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English USA

Lesson 5 - Part1

Worksheet - Part1 - Part2

1.

 

In this lesson, Martin Learner says goodbye at the tractor factory, and later he says goodbye and thank you to people at the airport. You will learn to say goodbye and thank you.

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This is English USA on the Voice of America. Now Lesson 5, Part 1.

 

 

 

Martin:

Good afternoon Mrs. Montgomery.

 

Melanie:

Hello. How are you?

 

Martin:

Fine thanks. How are you?

 

Melanie:

Fine thanks. This is Phil Russell. He's a supervisor.

 

Martin:

I'm happy to meet you.

 

Phil:

Thanks. Who are you?

 

Martin:

I'm Martin Learner.

 

Melanie:

He's a reporter, Phil.

 

Phil:

I'm happy to meet you.

 

Martin:

Thanks. Goodbye.

 

Phil:

Goodbye Mr. Learner.

 

Martin:

Hello. We've met. I'm Martin Learner.

 

Rajesh:

I'm Rajesh Sharma. How are you?

 

Martin:

Fine thanks. Please write your name for me. Thanks. Goodbye Mr. Sharma.

 

Rajesh:

Goodbye Mr. Learner.

 

Martin:

Goodbye Mr. Wang.

 

TIM:

Goodbye Mr. Learner.

 

2.
 

The easiest way to take leave of someone is to say simply "Goodbye." Listen again.

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Martin:

Goodbye.

 

Phil:

Goodbye Mr. Learner.

 

 

 

 

Rajesh:

Goodbye Mr. Learner.

 

Martin:

Goodbye Mr. Sharma.

 

 

 

 

Martin:

Goodbye Mr. Wang.

 

TIM:

Goodbye Mr. Learner.

 

3.
 

Can you say goodbye to these people?

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Martin:

Goodbye.

 

You:

 

 

 

 

 

Rajesh:

Goodbye.

 

You:

 

 

 

 

 

Melanie:

Goodbye.

 

You:

 

 

 

 

 

Martin:

Hello Miss Cosby.

 

Dinah:

Good morning. How are you?

 

Martin:

Fine thanks. How are you?

 

Dinah:

Fine thanks. This is Evokka Bedford.

 

Martin:

Pardon?

 

Dinah:

Evokka Bedford.

 

Martin:

Hello. Please write your name for me. Evokka. Bedford. Thanks. What do you do?

 

Dinah:

She's a painter.

 

Martin:

Goodbye Miss Bedford. Goodbye Miss Cosby.

 

Dinah:

Goodbye.

 

Melanie:

Martin, this is Betsy Steele.

 

Martin:

We've met. Hello, Miss Steele.

 

Betsy:

Good afternoon. How are you?

 

Martin:

Fine thanks. How are you?

 

Betsy:

Fine thanks.

 

Martin:

Who are you?

 

BOYD:

Boyd Rifice. Who are you?

 

Melanie:

This is Martin Learner. He's a reporter.

 

Martin:

Boyd?

 

BOYD:

Boyd Rifice.

 

Martin:

Please write your name for me.

 

Melanie:

Boyd is a painter too.

 

Martin:

I'm happy to meet you.

 

BOYD:

Thanks. Goodbye.

 

Martin:

Goodbye. Goodbye, Miss Steele.

 

Betsy:

Goodbye.

 

4.
 

Can you request some of these people to write their names for you when they introduce themselves or are introduced. Let's listen again to two examples.

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BOYD:

I'm Boyd Rifice.

 

Martin:

Please write your name for me.

 

 

 

 

Dinah:

This is Evokka Bedford. 

 

Martin:

Please write your name for me.

 

5.
 

Now, you ask them to write their names.

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Betsy:

I'm Betsy Steele.

 

You:

 

 

 

 

 

Dinah:

I'm Dinah Cosby.

 

You:

 

 

 

 

 

Martin:

I'm Martin Learner.

 

You:

 

 

 

 

 

Martin:

Who are you?

 

Andy:

I'm Andy Hendricks. We've met.

 

Martin:

Oh. Please write your name for me. Thank you for your time.

 

Andy:

Goodbye.

 

Martin:

Goodbye. Mrs. Montgomery and thank you for your time.

 

Melanie:

Goodbye, Mr. Learner.

 

English USA

Lesson 5 - Part1

Worksheet - Part1 - Part2