Unit One A Quick Lunch Dave: Here you go. A half-caf, half-decaf, low-fat latte. Enjoy! Next, please… Emi: Hi, Dave. Dave: Oh, hi, Emi. What can I get for you? Emi: I’d like a tuna fish sandwich. Dave: For here, or to go? Emi: For here. Dave: Sure. What kind of bread would you like? Emi: Bread? Whole wheat, I guess. Dave: Sorry, we don’t have any whole wheat. How about white or rye? Emi: White is fine. Dave: Would you like a slice of tomato or lettuce on it? Emi: Um… Tomato or lettuce? Just lettuce, no tomato. Dave: Would you like mustard or mayo? Emi: Dave, look, I don’t really care. Just give me a tuna fish sandwich! Dave: Sure. One tuna fish sandwich. Coming right up! Anything to drink with that? Emi: Maybe some iced tea. Dave: With ice? Emi: Of course! Dave: Sure. Large, medium, or small? Emi: Small. Dave: Regular or decaf? Emi: Regular or decaf? You have decaf tea? Dave: Emi, there’s always a choice, didn’t you know that? Emi: OK, Dave. Regular. Dave: With sugar or sweetener? Emi: Dave, cut it out! Why are there so many choices? Unit 2 What a Weekend Ana: Hi, Chris. How was your weekend? Chris: Boring. I was at home all weekend. How about you? Ana: You know me, I’m never home on weekends! Chris: Where were you? Ana: I was in L.A. on Saturday and Sunday. Chris: Where? Ana: Los Angeles. Chris: Oh, wow! What did you do? Ana: We did a bunch of tourist stuff ? shopping, beach, movie studios. Chris: Ah. Did you have a good time? Ana: Oh, yeah, it was great. But I spent way too much money. Chris: Who… who did you go with? Ana: Emi and Sam. Chris: Oh. How did you get there? Ana: We flew. Chris: Wasn’t that expensive?
Ana: No. It was really cheap. Sam had these great discount coupons. Chris: Where did you guys stay? Ana: Oh, Sam has a brother in L.A. We stayed at his place. Chris: Ah. Wasn’t that … crowded? Ana: No. It was a lot of fun. You know, Chris, you ought to come with us next time. Chris: Hmm. Maybe. Unit 3 Working Smart Laura: Hi, Frankie. What are you doing? Frankie: Homework. Laura: Need any help? Frankie: Uh, yeah. Can you show me how to use this math program? Laura: Sure… Just type the numbers in column
  1. Frankie: OK. Do I have to hit “return”? Laura: Right. You have to hit “return” after each number. OK, oops …careful … do it carefully. Good! Frankie: Cool. OK, now how do I add them? Laura: Next, you need to highlight the numbers …and now you have to click on “add”. Frankie: And that’s the answer? Laura: That’s it. Pretty cool, huh? Frankie: Wow. That’s easy. You don’t have to think. I love it! Laura: Yeah, computers are great … but, you have to learn how to add numbers the real way. Frankie: The real way? This is the real way. Laura: Well, you know what I mean. You have to learn how to add without a computer. Frankie: Why do I have to learn that? Laura: That’s a good question. It’s important. Frankie: But why? Laura: Believe it or not, Frankie, you won’t always have a computer with you when you need to add something. Frankie: Why not? Unit 4 Feeling Down Doctor: Hi, Emi. You don’t look so good today. Emi: I know. I feel terrible. Doctor: You have a fever. Emi: I know. I have a cold. Doctor: Gesundheit! Emi: What does that mean? Doctor: Oh, it’s German. It means “Good health”. People say it when someone sneezes. Emi: Thank you. Doctor: OK, open up … Say “ahh” … Emi: Ahh.
Doctor: Does this hurt? Emi: Yes. Doctor: You need some medication. Emi: What kind of medication do I need? Doctor: You have a sinus infection, so I’m giving you some Azithromycin. Emi: Azithro-what? What’s that? Doctor: It’s an antibiotic. You need to take it for five days. Emi: What do I do with this? Doctor: That’s the prescription. Take it to the pharmacy, and they’ll fill it for you. Emi: Thank you. Doctor: Oh, and I know you’re busy, but you need to take it easy for a few days, OK? Emi: I know. I definitely need some rest. Doctor: OK. Bye-bye. Emi: Bye. Unit 5 Late Again Luis: Hello. Luis Mendez. Laura: Luis, it’s Laura. Where are you? Luis: What do you mean, where I am? I’m here. I’m in the office. You’re talking to me. Laura: But we have a meeting with Lucid Systems, at one o’clock! Luis: At one? Oh, man! How do I get to Lucid? Laura: It’s on Ashby, 3121 Ashby, near Telegraph Avenue. Take College Avenue to Ashby, and turn right. Luis: Got it. Laura: Hurry! Luis: I’m on my way. Laura: Oh, Luis? Luis: Yeah? Laura: Be sure to bring the Lucid file. Luis: Where is it? Laura: I put it on your desk this morning. Luis: You did? Laura: Remember? I put it next to your computer. Luis: Oh, right. Yeah, here it is Laura: And Luis, please hurry. I need to talk to you about… Luis: OK, we’ll talk about it when I get there. Bye. Unit 6 Weekend Plans Ana: Are you going to the party tomorrow night? Chris: Emi’s farewell party? Absolutely I’ll be there. Ana: Great. It’ll be so much fun. Chris: Yeah. Who else is going to be there? Ana: Oh, probably a million people! Emi has so many friends. Chris: Yeah, she does. Are you going to bring a present?
Ana: Sure. I’ll bring something. Chris: Hmm, what should I bring? Ana: Oh, Chris, use your imagination! Flowers or a card would be nice. Chris: Ok, I’ll think of something. Sam: Emi, Emi, I think it’s time for a speech. Chorus of friends: Yeah Emi…Speech, speech… Emi: I just want to thank everyone for coming…This is a really special day for me. I’m going back to Japan next week, but I’ll always remember my fabulous time here…and I’ll miss all of you. Someday, you’ll all have to come and visit me in Japan. So thanks, everybody, for being such great friends… I think I’m going to cry. Unit 7 Excellent Choice (In the Arnello kitchen: Laura checks Paul’s grocery list.) Paul: OK. Frankie, let’s do the grocery shopping. Can you help? Frankie: Sure, Dad. Paul: Bye. Laura: Bye, sweetie. Maggie: Bye-bye. Paul: Bye. (In the grocery store.) Paul: OK, I made a list. Now, where is it? Frankie: It’s in your shirt pocket, Dad. Paul: Oh, got it! Frankie, go get some milk, two cartons, okay? And I’ll go get the vegetables and fish. (Frankie arrives with two cartons of ice cream.) Paul: Ah, did you get the milk? Frankie: No, I didn’t get any milk, but I did get some ice cream. Paul: Frankie, put it back. You know we have to cut down on sweets. Frankie: (Pleading) But, Dad, check it out! Chocolate Crunch! Paul: Oh … hey … Chocolate Crunch … Excellent choice. (Laura enters the kitchen as Paul and Frankie are unpacking groceries.) Laura: Hi, guys. Oh good, you got the groceries. Frankie: Yeah! We got a lot of good stuff. Laura: Mmm … did you pick up some lettuce? Paul: Oh, lettuce. Darn! I forgot to get that. Laura: Oh. Did you remember to buy some tomatoes? Paul: Tomatoes? Shoot! I didn’t know we needed tomatoes. Frankie: But look, Mom, we got a big box of Crunch-O’s cereal, a six-pack of Orange Plus, three bags of chips, and two cartons of ice cream. Maggie: Hey, Chocolate Crunch … excellent choice! Laura: (Being sarcastic) Good work, guys. Unit 8 Sound Advice (Maggie is lying on her bed, by the phone, looking sad.) Emi: What’s wrong, Maggie? Maggie: Nothing.
Emi: Come on, you can tell me. Maggie: Well, I wanna ask Brian to the school dance… but I can’t. Emi: You want to go to the dance, but you don’t want to ask Brian? Maggie: No, I want to ask Brian, but I can’t. Emi: Sure, you can. It’s easy. Maggie: It is? Emi: Yes. Try calling him up. Say, “Do you want to go to the dance with me?” Maggie: I can’t do it. I’m too shy! Emi: Don’t be shy. You can do it! I’ll bet he says yes. Most guys would love that. Maggie: Well, OK. I’ll do it. Oh, it’s busy! Maggie: OK... I’ll try again. Oh! It’s ringing! Brian: Hello. Maggie: Brian? Brian: Yeah. Maggie: Hi, it’s Maggie. Maggie Arnello from third period math. Brian: Hey, what’s up? Maggie: Um… I was wondering … if you… had a date for the dance on Friday? Brian: No. Maggie: Well, I was wondering if you … do you wanna go to the dance with me? We could just go as friends, we could… Brian: You wanna go to the dance with me? Maggie: Yeah. Brian: Cool. But do we have to dance? Maggie: Well, no… but it is a dance. Brian: Oh… but I don’t have to dress up, do I? Maggie: No, you don’t have to dress up. Well, maybe you can pick me up or something? Brian: Sure. What time? Maggie: Well, the dance starts at 8:00, so maybe, like, 7:30? Brian: Yeah, cool. Maggie: OK, great, see you later? Unit 9 Welcome Back Ana: Kate! Welcome back! Kate: Thanks. Ana: You look tired. Kate: Ahh... I’m exhausted… Ana: What happened? Kate: What didn’t happen?! First, I left my hotel in New York at 6:00 this morning. But I forgot my briefcase, so I had to go back and get it. Ana: Oh, Kate … Kate: And then I missed my flight… Ana: Ohhh … Kate: So I had to wait two hours for the next flight. It was so frustrating! Ana: I bet.
Kate: And I sat next to this lady who talked and talked, and this little kid kept kicking my seat! I almost lost my mind! Ana: Oh, no! That’s terrible. Where’s your suitcase? Kate: Well, when I arrived, my bag wasn’t at the baggage claim! Ana: That’s SO annoying, I can’t believe it! Well, at least you made it! Ana: By the way, what were you doing in New York? Kate: I was there on business. Our head office is in New York, and I was at a national meeting. Ana: Oh, I see. Did that go well? Kate: It was great. Lots of interesting presentations. So much new stuff. I am so-o-o brain-dead now! Ana: Well, get some rest, and I hope they find your suitcase. Kate: Thanks, Ana. Unit 10 A Better Place Landlady: This is a great location. It’s really close to the subway station, and there’s a bus stop right across the street! Kate: Mmm, that’s convenient. Landlady: And this is the apartment! Kate: Mm-hmmm. Landlady: High ceilings, large windows, very spacious. Kate: Yes, it is big. It’s bigger than my place. Landlady: And, it has two bedrooms. A large bedroom … and a smaller one. Kate: Mmm. Landlady: It’s a great place. And the rent is only 1,600 dollars a month. Kate: That’s … a little more expensive than I thought. Landlady: Yes, well, rents are going up in this area, you know! Kate: Oh. Landlady: It has a lovely view of the ocean. Kate: That’s a view of the ocean? Landlady: And this is the garden! Kate: This is the garden? Landlady: And here is the kitchen … fully equipped with all the modern conveniences! Kate: Ah, well, thanks for showing the place to me. I will definitely give this some consideration. Landlady: Well, I would encourage you to act quickly. This beautiful place won’t last long. Unit 11 Somewhere around Here Kate: Luis, where are you from? Luis: San Francisco, you know that! Kate: No, no. I mean, where is your family from? Luis: Oh, my parents are from Mexico. Kate: But where in Mexico? Luis: Colima.
Kate: Calina? Luis: That’s close. Kate: Where is that? Luis: It’s in western Mexico. Kate: Is it close to Mexico City? Luis: Not far. Here, I’ll show you. It’s somewhere around here… here. Kate: Oh, Colima! What’s it like there? Luis: Not far. Here, I’ll show you. It’s somewhere around here… here. Luis: It’s near the ocean and the mountains. I think it’s the most beautiful place on Earth! How about you? Where’s your family from? Kate: Well, I was born in California. My father moved here from Georgia in the 1950s . Luis: Oh? Kate: And my mother moved here from Texas in the 1960s. Luis: Uh-huh. Kate: And they met, and they got married… and here I am! Luis: Wow! Everyone’s got a story, huh? Unit 12 It’s Spicy (Sam is visiting Emi in Japan; they are seated at the counter in a sushi bar with a plate of sushi between them.) Sam: What’s this little dish? Emi: That’s the sashimishoyuzara. Sam: The what? Emi: It’s a dish that you use for the soy sauce. Sam: Oh. And this is the soy sauce, isn’t it? Emi: Mm-hmm. Sam: And what’s this green stuff? Emi: It’s called wasabi. Sam: Wasabi? Emi: Mm-hmmm. It’s like horseradish. It’s a spice that you mix with the soy sauce. Sam: I’ll try it. Emi: Careful. It’s very spicy. Sam: (beginning to eat a large chunk of wasabi) Good. I love spicy food. Emi: Wait, wait, wait! Sam: Wow! That is spicy! Emi: Here, drink some water… You’re OK? Sam: Whew! Yeah, I’m OK. Next time, I won’t eat the whole thing. Emi: Sam, you’re supposed to mix it with the soy sauce!
 

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