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English USA

Lesson 10 - Part2

Worksheet - Part1 - Part2

1.

In the next English USA lesson you will learn how to request help with a map. You will also learn how to tell someone you possess an object [that is "have."]

In this lesson you will practice telling others what you possess (or have). Martin Learner has a car. He has arrived at the Seattle airport. He is going to drive his rented car to the city, but he doesn't know the way.

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This is English USA on the Voice of America. Now, Lesson 10, Part 2.

 

 

 

Martin:

Excuse me.

 

Clerk:

Oh, good morning. May I help you?

 

Martin:

Yes, please. I'm looking for the market. Where is the market?

 

Clerk:

Leave the airport. Go to the city. Look for the signs.

 

Martin:

Do you have a map?

 

Clerk:

Yes, I have a map.

 

Martin:

Show me on the map please.

 

Clerk:

Here we are. Look at this. We are here. This is the airport. Look at this.

 

Martin:

I see.

 

Clerk:

Take this road to the city. Are you driving?

 

Martin:

Yes, I'm going to drive. I have a car.

 

Clerk:

Look here. This is the market.

 

Martin:

Tell me which street.

 

Clerk:

I don't know. It's on the water. Look at this street. Take that street to the market.

 

Martin:

O.K. Now. Where is the harbor?

 

Clerk:

The harbor?

 

Martin:

Yes. I'm going to take the ferry.

 

Clerk:

Oh, that harbor! It's near the market.

 

Martin:

Tell me which street.

 

Clerk:

Look at the map. The market is here. The ferry is there.

 

 

 

 

Martin:

Excuse me. Where is the market?

 

Man:

Over there.

 

Martin:

Where?

 

Man:

Oh, sorry. Are you driving?

 

Martin:

Yes, I have a car.

 

Man:

Good. Turn left. Then go for about twenty blocks. Then turn right.

 

Martin:

I have a map. Please show me the market on the map.

 

2.

Let's listen to some sentences.

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Martin:

Do you have a map?

 

Woman:

Yes, I have a map.

 

 

 

 

Man:

Do you have a car?

 

Martin:

Yes, I have a car.

 

 

 

 

Woman:

Do you have a license?

 

Martin:

Yes, I have a license.

 

 

 

 

Man:

Do you have a phone number?

 

Martin:

Yes, I have a phone number.

 

3.

Now you answer the questions.

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Woman:

Do you have a map?

 

You:

[Yes, I have a map.]

 

 

 

 

Man:

Do you have a car?

 

You:

[Yes, I have a car.]

 

 

 

 

Woman:

Do you have a license?

 

You:

[Yes, I have a license.]

 

 

 

 

Man:

Do you have a phone number?

 

You:

[Yes, I have a phone number.]

 

4.

Let's listen again.

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Martin:

I have a map.

 

Man:

Martin has a map.

 

Woman:

He has a map.

 

Martin:

I have a car.

 

Man:

Martin has a car.

 

Woman:

He has a car.

 

5.

In English the words "have" and "has" are forms of the same word. We say I have a map. You have a map. And we say, he has a map. She has a map. Listen again.

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Woman:

Martin has a car.

 

Man:

He has a car.

 

Martin:

I have a car.

 

Man:

She has a car.

 

Woman:

I have a car.

 

Martin:

He has a car.

 

Man:

I have a car.

 

 

 

 

Martin:

Good afternoon. I'm Martin Learner. I'm a reporter. I want to ask some questions. Who are you?

 

Captain:

I'm Kurt Adamson. I'm the captain.

 

Martin:

I'm writing a story about the ferry.

 

English USA

Lesson 10 - Part2

Worksheet - Part1 - Part2