Lesson One: Excuse me!
Excuse me!
Is this you handbag?
Is this you handbag?
Yes, it is.
Thank you very much.

Lesson Three: Sorry sir.
My coat and my umbrella please.
Here is my ticket.
Thank you sir.
Number five.
Here is your umbrella and your coat.
This is not my umbrella.
Sorry sir.
Is this your umbrella?
No, it isn't.
Is this it?
Yes, it is.
Thank you very much.

Lesson Five: Nice to meet you.
Good morning.
Good morning, Mr. Blake.

This is Miss Sophie Dupont.
Sophie is a new student.
She is a French.

Sophie, this is Hans.
He is German.
Nice to meet you.

And this is Naoko.
She’s Japanese.
Nice to meet you.

And this is Chang-woo.
He’s Korean.
Nice to meet you.

And this is Luming.
He’s Chinese.
Nice to meet you.

And this is Xiaohui.
She’s Chinese, too.
Nice to meet you.

Lesson Seven: Are you a teacher?
I’m a new student.
My name’s Robert.
Nice to meet you.
My name’s Sophie.

Are you French?
Yes, I’m.

Are you French, too?
No, I’m not.

What nationality are you?
I’m Italian.

Are you a teacher?
No, I’m not.

What’s your job?
I’m a keyboard operator.

What’s your job?
I’m an engineer.

Lesson Nine: How are you today?
Hello, Helen.
Hi, Steven.
How are you today?
I’m very well, Thank you.
And you?
I’m fine,Thanks.
How is Tony?
He’s fine, Thanks.
How’s Emma?
She’s very well, too, Helen.

Goodbye, Helen.
Nice to see you.
Nice to see you, too, Steven.

Lesson Eleven: Is this your shirt?
Whose shirt is that?
Is this your shirt, Dave?
No, sir.
It’s not my shirt.
This is my shirt.
My shirt’s blue.
Is this shirt Tim’s?
Perhaps it is, sir.
Tim’s shirt’s white.
Yes, sir.
Is this your shirt?
Yes, Sir.
Here you are.
Thank you, sir.

Lesson thirteen: A new dress
What color is your new dress?
It is green.
Come upstairs and see it.
Thanks you.
Here it is!
That’s a nice dress.
It’s very smart.
My hat’s new, too.
What color is it?
It’s the same color.
It’s green, too.
That’s a lovely hat.

Lesson fifteen: Your passport, please.
Are you Swedish?
No, we are not.
We are Danish.

Are your friends Danish, too?
No, they aren’t.
They are Norwegian.

Your possport, please.
Here they are.

Are there your cases?
No, they aren’t.

Our cases are brown.
Here they are.

Are you tourists?
Yes, we are.

Are your friends tourists too?
Yes, they are.

That’s fine.
Thank you very much.

Lesson seventeen: How do you do
Come and meet our employees, Mr. Richwrds.
Thank you, Mr. Jackson.
This is Nicola Grey, and this is Claire Taylor.
How do you do?
Those (that)women are very hard-working.
What are their jobs?
They’re keyboard operators.
This is Michael Baker, and this is Jeremy Short.
How do you do?
They are’t very busy!
What are their jobs?
They’re sales reps.
They are very lazy.
Who is this young man?
This is Jim.
He is our office assistant.

Lesson nineteen: Tired and thirsty
What’s the mater, children?
We are tired and thirsty, Mum.
Sit down here.
Are you all right now?
No, we aren’t.
There’s an ice cream man.
Two ice creams please.
Here you are, children.
Thanks, Mum.
There ice creams are nice.
Are you all right now?
Yes, we are, thank you.

Lesson twenty-one: Which book?
Give me a book please, Jane.
Which book?
This one?
No, not that one. The red one.
This one?
Yes, please.
Here you are.
Thank you.

Lesson twenty-three: Which glasses?
Give me some glasses please, Jane.
Which glasses?
These glasses.
No, not those. The ones on the shelf.
Yes, please.
Here you are.

Lesson twenty-five: Mrs. Smith’s kitchen
Mrs. Smith’s kitchen is small.
There is a refrigerator in the kitchen.
The refrigerator is white.
It is on the right.
There is an electric cooker in the kitchen.
The cooker is blue.
It is on the left.
There is a table in the middle of the room.
There is a bottle on the table.
The bottle is empty.
There is a cup on the table, too.
The cup is clean.

Lesson twenty-seven: Mrs. Smith’s living room
Mrs. Smith’s living room is large.
There is a television in the room.
The television is near the window.
There are some magazines on the television.
There is a table in the room.
There are some newspapers on the table.
There are some armchairs in the room.
The armchairs are near the table.
There is a stereo in the room.
The stereo is near the door.
There are some books on the stereo.
There are some pictures in the room.
The pictures are on the wall.

Lesson twenty-nine: Come in, Amy.
Come in, Amy.
Shut the door, please.
This bedroom is very untidy.
What must I do, Mrs. Jones?
Open the window and air the room.
Then put these clothes in the wardrobe.
Then make the bed.
Dust the dressing table.
Then sweep the floor.

Lesson thirty-one: Where’s Sally?
Where’s Sally, Jack?
She’s in the garden, Jane.
What’s she doing?
She’s sitting under the tree.
Is Tim in the garden, too?
Yes, he is.
He’s climbing the tree.
I beg your pardon?
Who’s climbing the tree.
Tim is.
What about the dog?
The dog’s in the garden, too.
It’s running across the grass.
It’s running after a cat.

Lesson thirty-three: A fine day
It’s a fine day today.
There are some clouds in the sky, but the sun is shining.
Mrs. Jones’s with his family.
They are walking over the bridge.
There are some boats on the river.
Mrs. Jones and his wife are looking at them.
Sally is looking at a big ship.
The ship is going under the bridge.
Tim is looking at an aeroplane.
The aeroplane is flying over the river.

Lesson thirty-five: Our village
This’s a photograph of our village.
Our village is in a valley.
It’s between two hills.
The village is on a river.
Here is another photograph of the village.
My wife and I are walking alone the banks of the river.
We are on the left.
There’s a boy in the river.
He’s swimming across the river.
Here is another photograph.
This is the school building.
It is beside a park.
The park is on the right.
Some children are coming out of the building.
Some of them are going into the park.

Lesson thirty-seven: Making a bookcase
You’re working hard, George.
What are you doing?
I’m making a bookcase.
Give me that hammer please, Dan.
Which hammer.
This one?
No, not that one.
The big one.
Here you are.
Thanks, Dan.
What are you going to do now, George?
I’m going to paint it.
What colour are you going to paint it?
I’m going to paint it pink.
This bookcase isn’t for me.
It’s for my daughter, Susan.
Pink’s her favorite colour.

Lesson thirty-nine: Don’t drop it!
What are you going to do with that vase, Penny?
I’m going to put it on this table, Sam.
Don’t do that.
Give it to me.
What are you going to do with it?
I’m going to put it here, in front of the window.
Be careful.
Don’t drop it!
Don’t put it there, Sam.
Put it here, on this shelf.
There we are!
It’s a lovely vase.
Those flowers are lovely, too.

Lesson forty-one: Penn’s bag
Is that bag heavy, Penn?
Not very.
Put it on this chair.
What’s in it?
A piece of cheese.
A loaf of bread.
A bar of soap.
A bar of chocolate.
A bottle of milk.
A pound of sugar.
Half a pound of coffee.
A quarter of a pound of tea.
And a tin of tobacco.
Is that tin of tobacco for me?
Well, it’s certainly not for me!

Lesson forty-three: Hurry up!
Can you make the tea, Sam?
Yes, of course I can.
Is there any water in this kettle?
Yes, there is.
Where’s the tea?
It’s over there, behind the teapot.
Can you see it?
I can see the teapot, but I can’t see the tea.
There it is!
It’s in front of you.
Ah yes, I can see it now.
Where are the cups?
There are some in the cupboard.
Can you find them?
Yes. Here they are.
Hurry up, Sam.
The kettle’s boiling.

Lesson forty-five: The boss’s letter
Can come here a minute please, Bob?
Yes, sir?
Where’s Pamela?
She’s next door.
She’s in her office, sir.
Can she type this letter for me?
Ask her please.
Yes, sir.
Can you type this letter for the boss please, Pamela?
Yes, of course I can.
Here you are.
Thank you, Bob.
What’s the matter?
I can’t type this letter.
I can’t read it.
The boss’s handwriting is terrible!

Lesson forty-seven: A cup of coffee
Do you like coffee, Ann?
Yes, I do.
Do you want a cup?
Yes, please, Christine.
Do you want any sugar?
Yes, please.
Do you want any milk?
No, thank you.
I don’t like milk in my coffee.
I like black coffee.
Do you like biscuits?
Yes, I do.
Do you want one?
Yes, please.

Lesson forth-nine: At the butcher’s
Do you want any meat today, Mrs. Bird?
Yes, please.
Do you want beef or lamb?
Beef, please.
This lamb’s very good.
I like lamb, but my husband doesn’t.
What about some steak?
This is a nice piece.
Give me that piece, please.
And a pound of mince, too.
Do you want a chicken, Mrs. Bird?
They’re very nice.
No, thank you.
My husband likes steak, but he doesn’t like chicken.
To tell you the truth, Mrs. Bird, I don’t like chicken either.

Lesson fifty-one: A pleasant climate
Where do you come from?
I come from Greece.
What’s the climate like in your country?
It’s very pleasant.
What’s the weather like in spring?
It’s often windy in March.
It’s always warm in April and May, but it rains sometimes.
What’s it like in summer?
It’s always hot in June, July and August.
The sun shines every day.
Is it cold or warm in autumn?
It’s always warm in September and October.
It’s often cold in November and it rains sometimes.
Is it very cold in winter?
What is it in winter?
It’s often cold in December, January and February.
It snows sometimes.

Lesson fifty-three: An interesting climate
Where do you come from?
I come from England.
What’s the climate like in you country?
It’s mild, but it’s not always pleasant.
The weather’s often cold in the North, and windy in the East.
It’s often wet in the West and sometimes warm in the South.
Which seasons do you like best?
I like spring and summer.
The days are long and the nights are short. The sun rises early and sets late.
I don’t like autumn and winter.
The days are short and the nights are long. The sun rises late and sets early.
Our climate is not very good, but it’s certainly interesting.
It’s our favorite subject of conversation.

Lesson fifty-five: The Sawyer family
The Sawyers live at eighty-seven King Street.
In the morning, Mr. Sawyer goes to work and the children go to school.
Their father takes them to school every day.
Mrs. Sawyer stays at home every day.
She does the housework.
She always eats her lunch at noon.
In the afternoon, she always sees her friends.
They often drink tea together.
In the evening, the children come home from school.
They arrive home early.
Mrs. Sawyer comes home from work.
He arrives home late.
At night, the children always do their homework.
Then go to bed.
Mr. Sawyer usually reads his newspaper, but sometimes he and his wife watch television.
Lesson fifty-seven: An unusual day
It is eight o’clock.
The children go to school by car every day, but today, they are going to school on foot.
It is ten o’clock.
Mrs. Sawyer usually stays at home in the morning, but this morning, she is going to the shops.
It is four o’clock.
In the afternoon, Mrs. Sawyer usually drinks tea in the living room.
But this afternoon, she is drinking tea in the garden.
It is six o’clock.
In the evening, the children usually do their homework, but this evening, they are not doing their homework.
At the moment, they are playing in the garden.
It is nine o’clock.
Mr. Sawyer usually reads his newspaper at night.
But he’s not reading his newspaper tonight.
At the moment, he’s reading an interesting book.

Lesson fifty-nine: Is that all?
I want some envelopes, please.
Do you want the large size or the small size?
The large size, please.
Do you have any writing paper?
Yes, we do.
I don’t have any small pads.
I only have large ones.
Do you want a pad?
Yes, please.
And I want some glue.
A bottle of glue.
And I want a large box


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