Unit 1 The First Day
Emi: Oh, no… it’s ten o’clock! I’m late. Emi: Is this English with Prof. Brown? Prof. Brown: Yes. This is it. Emi: I’m nervous. Prof. Brown: Don’t be nervous. This class is easy. Emi: Really? It’s easy? Prof. Brown: Yes. And the instructor is really nice. Emi: He is? Wait … Are you a student? Prof. Brown: No, I’m not. I’m the instructor Emi: You’re Professor Brown?! I’m so embarrassed. Prof. Brown: Don’t be. Welcome to the class. Jin: Hi. Emi: Hi. Jin: I’m a student too. My name’s Jin. Emi: Hi. I’m Emi … Emi Okada. Jin: Oh, you’re Japanese! Emi: That’s right. And you’re …? Jin: I’m Korean. This is my first class here. I’m a little nervous, too. Emi: Well, it’s nice to meet you. Your name’s Jean? Jin: Jin. Jin Koh. Prof. Brown: OK, everyone. Good morning. I’m Eric Brown. Let’s get started.
Unit 2 A Great Place
Kate: Chris: Kate: Chris: Kate: Chris: Kate: Chris: Kate: Chris: Kate: Chris: Kate: Chris: Kate: Chris: Kate: Chris: Kate: Chris: Yes…OK. Mm-hmmm. OK. Goodbye. Bye-bye. Good morning. Good morning. Can I help you? Yes, I need a hotel reservation. OK. What city? New York. Manhattan. OK. When? Next week. Three nights. The 7th, 8th, and 9th. OK. Let’s see. How about the Wellington? Excellent location, it has large rooms, nice views. It’s a little expensive, but very nice. Um… I don’t think so… Here’s one. The Northgate. It’s very convenient, and it’s not expensive. It’s a great place. OK. Sounds good. And it’s available for the nights of the 7th through the 9th. Good. Can you reserve it for me? Sure. Single room, for the 7th, three nights. Can I have your credit card, please? Here. OK. That takes care of that… You’re all set. Here’s your confirmation. Great, thanks. Is there anything else I can do for you? Nope, that’s it.
Kate: Chris:
All right. Well, have a great time in New York. Thanks, I will.
Unit 3 Whose Stuff
Laura: Hi, Emi. Emi: Hi, Mrs. Arnello. How are you? Laura: Good. Oh, Emi… Is this your shirt? Emi: The blue one? No, that's not mine. It's Maggie's. Laura: How about this sweater? Emi: The yellow sweater? Yes, that's mine. Laura: It's cute. Emi: Oh, thanks. Laura: And… these are your socks, right? Emi: No, but those are mine. Laura: Well, here's your stuff. Emi: Thanks, Mrs. Arnello. I really appreciate it. Laura: Oh, Emi, you forgot this. Emi: Mrs. Arnello, you know, you really don't need to do my laundry. Laura: Don’t be silly. It's my pleasure. Emi: Well, I would feel better if you would… Laura: No, no, no. I know you're so busy with school and everything. Emi: But you're busy, too. Laura: Really, it's OK. I have to do the laundry for Paul and the kids anyway. Emi: Please let me help sometime… Laura: You know, if you really want to help, Emi… you can get Maggie to clean her room!
Unit 4 Lunch at the Rock
Ana: Chris, what do you want? Chris: Mmm, I don't know. Ana: How about grilled Mahi-Mahi? Chris: What's that? A kind of fish? Ana: Yes. It's good. Why don’t you try it? Chris: No, I don't like seafood. Ana: (Surprised) You don’t like sea-food? Chris: No, not really. Ana: All right. How about a Caesar salad? Chris: A salad? No, I don't really like salads. Ana: (Asking in a quizzical 嘲弄的, 探询的 tone) What do you like? Chris: Well, I like hamburgers. Ana: Oh, Chris, everybody likes hamburgers. Chris: So? Dave (waiter) approaches the table. Dave: Hi. Ready to order. Ana: Yes. I'll have a grilled Mahi-Mahi sandwich … and a small house salad … and some iced tea. Dave: Sure. Chris: I'll have a hamburger, with French fries … and a Coke. Dave: Would you like anything on the hamburger? Cheese, onions, mushrooms, avocado, sprouts? Chris: No. Um … yeah … avocado. Dave: OK, anything else?
Ana: No, nothing else. Chris: Nope. Ana: Whoa, Chris, very original. (As Dave walks away, Ana teases Chris for his lack of originality) Chris: Thank you! 第二篇短文 A: I'm hungry. Do you want to go get fast food? B: Er ...no, actually, I've just had hamburgers and French fries yesterday and ...if we're gonna go out I'd rather sit down some place and relax. A: OK. Have you been to the Italian place in the mall? B: Yes. And it's not very good. A: Really? B: Ya ...ya ...It's kind of lousy. It's kind of greasy and ...it's just ... It's not very good. A: Now what are you in the mood for? B: How about some ...Mexican food? A: Mm ...I don't really feel like Mexican. B: OK. Um ... A: Chinese sounds good? B: Yes! That would be great. Chinese, let's go to ...Oh! I know! Let's go to ...New China, And ...let's get the “happy family”. And it's got ...you know, the pork, and the chicken, and the beef, and we can get some vegetables, too. Does that sound good? A: Yes, that sounds really good. B: I am in the mood for hot tea.
Unit 5 A Busy Life
Kate: Dave: Kate: Dave: Kate: Dave: Kate: Dave: Kate: Dave: Kate: Dave: Kate: Dave: Kate: Dave: Kate: Dave: Kate: Dave: Dave, you’re so busy all the time. Do you have any free time? Hah! I work every day. Every day? No days off? No way. I’m here every day. I get here at six in the morning. You get up at six in the morning? I never get up that early. No, I get here at six. I always get up around five. Oh, wow! That’s early. When do you go home? Around nine. Nine, at night? Oh, yeah. Dave, that’s crazy! I know. How about you? What’s your schedule like? Well, I work every day, from Monday to Friday, usually from 8:30 to 5:
  30. Sounds like a good schedule to me. Very relaxing! And I always do something fun on the weekends. Fun? What do you mean, fun? You knowcamping, hiking, the beach. Oh, I never do that kind of stuff. Dave, you need to get out more often. You need to have some fun! You need to get a life! Mmm. I don’t know, Kate. This is fun for me. This is my life.
Unit 6 Shopping Trip
Clerk: Looking for a TV? Emi: Yes. I need a ... Clerk: How about this one? MultiVision. Only $1,9
  99. Emi: It’s a little big. Clerk: Well, big is good. Emi: But... Clerk: Well, look over here. We have the Vista. It’s on sale. Only $9
  99. Emi: $999? That’s kind of expensive. Do you have anything …? Clerk: Well, we have the ViewTrix42
  00. Emi: This is perfect! How much is this TV? Clerk: That one? The MiniView? That’s $1
  99. Emi: Great. I’ll take it. Clerk: Are you sure? Let me show you a couple of others. Emi: Um… no, this is the one I want. Clerk: OK. Would you like a three-year warranty with that? It’s a great deal… Emi: No, no warranties. Clerk: OK. How about a satellite dish or a DVD player? Emi: Um … no, just the TV. Clerk: But at least you’ll need a TV stand. We have some great TV stands. Emi: Maybe later. Today, just the TV. Clerk: OK. Well, great. Right this way, I’ll get one for you.
Unit 7 Having a Snack
Kate: Luis: Chris: Luis: Chris: Luis: Chris: Luis: Chris: Luis: Chris: Kate: Chris: Kate: Chris: Kate: Luis: Kate: Luis: Kate: Chris: Kate: Chris: Kate: Be right back. Hello. Luis? This is Chris. Hi, Chris. What’s up? Not much. What are you doing? Right now, I’m taking a break. I have so much work to do tonight. Oh. What are you doing? I’m at the Rock right now. I’m having a snack with Kate. Oh, cool. Can I join you? Sure. Come on down. Who’s that? It’s Luis. Oh, Luis. Can I talk to him? Sure. Hang on a second. Kate wants to say something. Luis? Yes. Hi, Kate. Hi. What are you doing? Oh, you know me. Work, work, work. Well, why don’t you take a break? Chris and I are having a bite to eat here at the Rock. I know. I’m planning to… Why don’t you come and join us? Yeah, sure. I’m on my way. OK. Bye.
Unit 8 Ana’s Family
Chris: Ana: Chris: Ana: Chris: Ana: Chris: Ana: Chris: Ana: Chris: Ana: Chris: Ana: Chris: Ana: Chris: Ana: Chris: Ana: Chris: Ana: Chris: Ana: Chris: Hi. Hi. Oh, pictures. Mmm-hmm. Who’s that? That’s my brother, Marcelo. How old is he? He’s
  22. Is he a student? Yeah, he goes to the University of Maryland. What’s he studying? He’s studying engineering, but at night, he’s a musician. What does he play? The guitar? No, the piano. That’s great. What kind of music does he play? Jazz, mostly. He’s actually really good. He even sent me a tape. A tape of him playing? I think so. I’d like to listen to it sometime. Sure. Ah, so, Ana, can I talk to you after lunch? It’s about the Civic Center project. Oh, sure. I’ll stop by in about half an hour. Thanks. See you. Bye.
Unit 9
Lunch with the Stars
Ana: Hello! Emi: Hi. Where are we going? Ana: There’s a great restaurant in this area. Emi: Oh? Ana: It’s called Enrico’s. We’re gonna have lunch there. Emi: Oh, great. Ana: It’s a famous place. You’ll love it. Emi: Look! There’s Tom Cruise! Ana: Shh… I know. Emi: Oh my gosh! Is that…? It’s not! Ana: Shh. Yes, it is. Emi: Wow! There are a lot of famous people here! Ana: Mm-hmmm. Emi: Oh, my gosh! I don’t believe it! Ana: What? Emi: Look! There’s Cher! Star: Oh! Are you OK, miss? Emi: Yes… Can I have your autograph? Star: My autograph? You want my autograph? Emi: Yes, please.
[PAUSE] Emi: Thanks. Star: There you go. Emi/Ana: Lillian Mortimer? Ana: Who on earth is that? Emi: I thought it was Cher!
Unit 10 A Birsthday Present
Emi: Hey, Kate! Happy birthday! Kate: Thanks, Emi. Emi: There are a lot of people here. Kate: I know. What a surprise! Is Luis here yet? Emi: Yes, he was here. I talked to him a minute ago. Oh, there he is. Kate: Where? Emi: He’s by the door. Do you see him? Kate: No, I don’t. Emi: Over there. Between Sam and Ana. Kate: Yes… Excuse me… Kate: Luis! (Someone bumps her arm; her drink spills on Luis) Oh, I’m sorry! I spilled it all over you! … Oh, Luis, I’m sorry. I ruined your shirt! Luis: (looking down at orange juice spilled on his shirt, then pulling a present out of his pocket while Kate tries to wipe it off) No, no, it’s OK… Don’t worry about it. I brought you this… happy birthday. Kate: Oh, Luis. How thoughtful! Thank you. Luis: You’re welcome. (I) hope you like it… (Kate starts to give Luis a hug. Luis realizes his shirt is dripping with orange juice. He stops Kate from hugging him.) (You’d) better not!
Unit 11
Rich: Dave: Rich: Dave: Rich: Dave: Rich: Dave: Rich: Dave: Rich: Dave: Rich: Dave: Rich: Dave: Rich: Dave:
Looking for a Job
Dave, you know I’m between jobs right now… Yeah? Maybe I can help you out around here. Oh, you can? What can you do? Anything. Can you wash dishes? Sure. I can do that. Can you wait on tables? Yes. I can do that too. Well, you can’t cook. I know that. Maybe you’re right. But I can learn. Hmmm. Can you work on weekends? Dave, I can work anytime! All right, Rich. You’re hired. Can you start tomorrow? No problem. Great. I’ll see you tomorrow, at 7:00 a.m. I’ll be here. All right, Rich. Ready to get started?
Rich: Dave: Rich: Dave: Rich: Dave:
Sure. What are we going to do first? Let’s see. What should we do first? You want to learn how to cook? Yeah. OK, see that apron over there? Yeah… Well, put it on. You can start by washing these dishes.
Unit 12
Chris: Sam: Chris: Sam: Chris: Sam: Chris: Sam: Chris: Sam: Chris: Sam: Chris: Sam: Chris: Sam: Chris: Sam: Chris: Sam: Chris: Sam: Laura: Luis: Laura: Luis: Laura: Luis: Susan: Laura: Luis: Laura: Luis: Susan: Luis: Laura: Luis: Laura:
Do I Know You?
Taxi! Yeah. 989 Union Street, please. Sure. Wait, you’re … the guy from the travel office. Pardon me? You came into our office last week … to I-Travel. Right, I did. You look familiar, too. Yeah, I work there part-time. Oh, right. Now I remember you… So you work at I-Travel and drive a taxi? Yeah, I have two part-time jobs. Wow, two jobs. Sounds busy. So … how was your trip? My trip to New York? Fine. Do you travel often? Yeah, I have to travel for work. I work for Silica Communications. I’m in sales. Ah. Well, here you are. Thanks… You can keep the change. Thanks. What’s your name again? Sam. Sam Weiss. I’m Chris Redmond. Nice to see you again, Sam. Good luck. Take care.
Unit 13
Somebody New
Hi. Hi. Are you busy? What’s up? I’d like you to meet someone. Luis, this is Susan Wu. She’s our new project director for the Star One program. She’s from Singapore. Oh, the new project director? Glad to meet you. Nice to meet you, too. Luis is very talented; he’s a great guy to work with. Thanks, Laura. Susan has a lot of experience with the company. I’m sure you’ll enjoy working with her. Yes, I’m looking forward to working with you. Same here, Luis. Which office will you be in? She’ll be in the office across the hall. The corner office? Right.
Luis: Susan: Luis: Susan: Laura: Luis:
Oh. Oh, OK. When will you be moving in? Tomorrow. So soon? Good! Well, please let me know if you need any help with anything. I appreciate that. Thanks. Well, sorry for the interruption. No problem. See you later.
 

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