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Lesson that teaches how lines can change meaning in different situations. Included are sixteen sets of lines for pairs, with four different situations for each set of lines.

In this lesson, students learn about how the meaning of lines in a script can change given different circumstances. Here are sixteen sets of two lines. There are enough for 32 students to each have a turn trying two lines four different ways!

For example:

A: I’m sorry.

B: It’s not your fault.

A toddler has spilled her milk and the babysitter is cleaning it up.
A friend has just discovered that her pet bird has died. Her friend tries to console her.
A husband and a wife have been arguing heavily for hours. One of them tries to end the argument.
An office worker has just been fired, and his co-worker has just heard about it.

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