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English USA

Lesson 4 - Part1

Worksheet - Part1 - Part2

1. 

In the next English USA lesson, you will learn to ask other people to write something in English for you, for example names and other useful words. You will hear Martin Learner on an outing (picnic). Some of the people there know one another, but some are meeting for the first time. They are enjoying themselves beside a swimming pool where the children are playing.

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This is English USA on the Voice of America. Now, Lesson 4, Part 1.

 

 

 

Melanie:

Martin! Good morning. How are you?

 

Martin:

Hello. I'm fine thanks. How are you?

 

Melanie:

Fine thanks. This is Dan Booth. Dan this is Martin Learner.

 

Martin:

Hello.

 

Dan:

Good morning. What do you do Martin?

 

Martin:

I'm a reporter. What do you do?

 

Dan:

I'm an engineer.

 

Melanie:

We're both engineers.

 

Martin:

Wonderful.

 

Melanie:

This is Yuzen Yang.

 

Martin:

Yuzen?

 

Yuzen:

Yuzen Yang.

 

Martin:

Please write it for me. Oh. Yuzen Yang. Thank you.

 

Yuzen:

What do you do Mr. Learner?

 

Martin:

I'm a reporter. What do you do?

 

Yuzen:

I'm a teacher.

 

Debbie:

Hello, Martin.

 

Martin:

Good morning. How are you?

 

Debbie:

Fine thanks. How are you?

 

Martin:

Fine thanks.

 

Debbie:

This is Peter.

 

Peter:

We've met. I'm Peter Greer.

 

Martin:

You're an accountant.

 

Peter:

Yes. How are you?

 

Martin:

Fine thanks.

 

Peter:

This is Dr. Parmeggiani.

 

C.K.:

C.K. Parmeggiani. C.K is fine.

 

Martin:

I'm happy to meet you. Please write it for me.

 

2. 

You sometimes need to ask speakers to write their names for you in order to understand and remember them. Listen to some sentences again.

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Yuzen:

Yuzen Yang.

 

Martin:

Please write it for me.

 

 

 

 

C.K.:

C.K. Parmeggiani.

 

Martin:

Please write it for me.

 

3. 

Now practice to say, Please write it for me.

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Yuzen:

Hello I'm Yuzen Yang.

 

You:

 

 

 

 

 

C.K.:

Hello I'm C.K. Parmeggiani.

 

You:

 

 

 

 

 

Martin:

Hello I'm Martin Learner.

 

You:

 

 

 

 

 

Martin:

Hi. I'm Martin Learner.

 

JOAN:

Hi. I'm Joan Pearl.

 

Martin:

How are you?

 

JOAN:

Fine thanks. What do you do?

 

Martin:

I'm a reporter. What do you do?

 

JOAN:

I'm a teacher. And this is Dean Meganhardt.

 

Martin:

I'm happy to meet you. Please write it for me. Thanks. What do you do?

 

DEAN:

I'm a painter.

 

4. 

Can you ask some of the people at the outing (picnic) what they do?

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DEAN:

Hello I'm Dean Meganhardt.

 

You:

 

 

DEAN:

I'm a painter.

 

 

 

 

JOAN:

Hi. I'm Joan Pearl.

 

You:

 

 

JOAN:

I'm a teacher.

 

 

 

 

Martin:

Good morning I'm Martin Learner.

 

You:

 

 

Martin:

I'm a reporter.

 

 

 

 

Jim:

Hi.

 

Martin:

Hello Jim. How are you?

 

Jim:

Fine thanks. How are you?

 

Martin:

Fine thanks.

 

Jim:

This is Patty.

 

Martin:

Hi Patty. How are you?

 

Patty:

Fine.

 

Martin:

What do you do?

 

Patty:

Nothing.

 

English USA

Lesson 4 - Part1

Worksheet - Part1 - Part2