A. Sentence Structure Directions:Liston carefully. Draw a circle around the letter beside the sentence you hear. 1.a. Sheila is a secretary. b. She is a secretary. c. He is a secretary. 2.a. Is this your friend Jane? b. Is this your friend John? c. Is this your friend James? 3.a. She is from Finland. b. She is from England. c. She is from Greenland. 4.a. John studies in London. b. John stays in London. c. John is still in London. 5.a. Is this the box? b. Is this the boss? c. Is this the bus? 6.a. The glass is small. b. The class is small. c. The classroom is small. 7.a. There are some books on the table. b. Their books are on the table. c. There are some boxes on the table. 8.a. That's a hall. b. That's the hall. c. That's all.
B. Difficult sentences
Directions: You are going to hear some sentences chosen from the comprehension material in this lesson. Listen carefully and repeat. 1. --what is your address? --__9__Princess Street. 2. See that man near the door? He's our __10__. 3. --What's that, Robert? --This? Oh, it's an aspirin. I've got a __11__. 4. --And where are you from? --__12__, Australia. 5. --Are you here on holiday? --Yes, I am.
Part II What Is Your Name? Vocabulary: address/married/secretary/typewriter/boss/editor
Exercises: I. Choose the correct answer to each question you hear on the tape. 1.a.Robert Fox b.Albert Fox 2.a.London b.Edinburgh 3.a.4907 b.4709 4.a.35 b.45 5.a.No b.Yes
II. Fill in the blanks with the words your hear on the tape.
Hello! My name is alice. I'm a ___6___. This is my ___7___. And this is Jane. She is a ____8____ too. Listen. That's her ____9____. See that man near the ___10___? He's our boss. He's the ___11___. His name's Mr. Jemse. Well, it's one o'clock. Lunch time. Good-bye.
Part III Where Are You From? Vocabulary: journalist/aspirin/beer/pub
Exercises: I. Decide whether the statements are true or false.Write T for true and F for false. 1. Robert is a journalist. 2. Lulu is a secretary. 3. She is American. 4. Robert has got a headache. 5. Robert and Lulu go to the pub for lunch.
II. Listen to the dialogue and write the answer to each question in the space given.
A: What's your name,please? B: _________6___________. A: And where are your from? B: _________7__________. A: What's your job? B: _________8__________. A: Are you here on holiday? B: _________9_________. A: Thank you, Miss Martin.
KEY: Tapescript: Robert: I'm Robert Shade.I'm 28 years old, and I'm a journalist. This is Lulu. Lulu:Hello,I'm a journalist. too. I'm American. I come from New York. What's that, Robert? Robert: This? Oh, it's an aspirin. I've got a headache. Lulu: Too much beer last night? Robert: Mm... Lulu: It's lunch time. Let's go to the pub. Robert: No, thank you.
1.T 2.F 3.T 4.T 5.F 6.Sheila Martin 7.Sydney, Australia 8.I'm a secretary 9.Yes, I am
Key: A. 1.b. She is a secretary. 2.a. Is this your friends Jane? 3.b. She is from England. 4.b. John stays in London. 5.b. Is this the boss? 6.a. The glass is small. 7.a. There are some books on the table. 8.c. That's all. B. 9.12 10.boss 11.headache 12.Sydney
KEY: Tapescript: A: What's your name? B: My name is Robert Fox. A: Do you live in London? B: No, I live in Edinburgh. A: What is your addres? B: 12 Princess Street. A: What is your telephone number? B: 4709. A: How old are you? B: I'm 35. A: Are you married? B: Yes, I am. A: How old is your wife? B: I don't know.