A． Sentence Structure Directions: Listen carefully. Draw a circle around the letter beside the sentence you hear.
1.a．I've caught a fish. 2.a．Green is the colour. b．I've cooked the fish. b．Green is the caller. c．I've got a fish. c．Green is the cooler.
3.a．Is she going to go? 4.a．What do you want? b．Is he going to go? b．Which do you want? c．Is it going to snow? c．Who do you want?
5.a．He was in a phone box. 6.a．Is that true? b． She was in a phone box. b．Is that two? c．Jean was in a phone box. c．Is that you?
7.a．They cost double. 8.a．School starts at 8:45 in the morning. b．They caused trouble b．School starts at 8:35 in the morning. c．They called Bumble. c．School starts at 8:55 in the morning.
9.a．Where are you going to stay? b．When are you going to Spain? c．Where are you going to study?
10a．A cousin of mine went to Spain last year. b．A cousin and I went to Spain last year. c．A cousin of mine worked in Spain last year.
B． Difficult Sentences Directions: You are going to hear some sentences chosen from the comprehension material in this lesson. Complete the sentences with what you hear on the tape. 1.----Goodness me! Your English is very good. ----I wouldn't say that. There's still a loi for me to learn. 2． I hope you'll also enjoy your stay in England.
Lesson 5 Part Ⅱ Next-Door Neighbours Exercises:
Choose a, b, or c to complete each statement.
1． Mr. Taylor and Mr. Bennett are on a… a．ship. b．bus. c．plane.
2．Mr. Taylor is going to… a．America. b．Hampstead. c．England.
3． Both Mr. Taylor and Mr. Bennett live in… a． America. b． London. c． Hampshire.
4．Mr. Taylor and Mr. Bennett…next-door neighbours. a．aren't b．are c．were
KEY: 1．a．I've caught a fish. 2．a．Green is the colour. 3．b．Is he going to go ? 4．c．Who do you want ? 5．b．She was in a phone box. 6．c．Is that you ? 7．b．They caused trouble. 8．b．School starts at 8:35 in the morning. 9．a．Where are you going to stay ? 10．a．A cousin of mine went to Spain last year.
Tapescripts: The Forty-second yearly Grammy Awards will presented next week, on February 23rd. What are teh Grammies? Shirley Griffith has the answer.
The national Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences presents the Grammy Awards every year. The group represents recording artists, song writers and technicians. The award honors excellent musical recordings and those who create them.
The Grammy Award itself is a small statue. It is shaped like the early record player called a gramophone. The word "Grammy" is a short way of saying gramophone.
Ten thousand members of the Academy vote to choose the best work of the year in areas including rock music, classical music and rap music. Ninety-eight awards will be presented next week at ceremonies in Los Angeles, California.
One of the major awards is called "The Record of the Year". Five songs are nominated. One is "I Want It That Way" by the Backstreet Boys.
Another is "Believes" sung by Cher.
A third nominated song is by the group called TLC. It is called "No Scrubs".
The forth nominated song is "Smooth" by Santana. And the fifth nominated song for the Record of the Year Grammy was recorded by Ricky Martin. We leave you now with that song "La Vida Loca".
II Key: 1．a 2．a 3．b 4．b 5．c
Next- Door Neighbours (53〃)
Mr. Taylor is or. a ship. He is going to America. He is talking to a stranger Taylor: Do you live in London ? Stranger: Yes, I do. I live in Hampstead. Taylor: Hampstead! I live in Hampstead, too. Lon-don's a funny place. I don't know my next-door neighbour. Stranger: I live in Pond Street. Taylor: That's funny! I live in Pond Street, too. Stranger: I live at No. 24 Pond Street. Taylor: I live at No. 23! You're my next-door neighbour! My name's Taylor. Stranger: My name's Bennett. Taylor: How do you do? Stranger
III Key: 1．Where is the student from? From Spain.
2．How long has he been learning English? For three years.
3．What does the woman think of his English Very good.
4．How long is he going to stay in England? Another two months.
5．Where is the woman's cousin now? In Spain.
On A London Bus (1〃) Old Woman: Lovely day, isn't it? Student: Oh, yes. Beautiful. Old Woman: You're not English, are you? Student: No, I'm from Spain. Old Woman: How long have you been learning English? Student: For three years now. Old Woman: For three years? Goodness me! Your English is very good. Student: I wouldn't say that. There's still a lot for me to learn. Old Woman: How long are you going to stay in this country? Student: Another two months. Then I'll have to go back to Spain to start work. Old Woman: A cousin of mine went to Spain last year. He's an engineer, you know. Student: Really? What did he think of Spain? Old Woman: He must like it very much, because he hasn't come back yet. I hope you'll also enjoy your stay in England. Student: Thank you. I'm sure I will.