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Living English

Living English

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Episode 1. Pleased to meet you
Anne, a wine dealer from Singapore, arrives at Adelaide Airport and meets her localbuyer, Sarah.
 Anne walks out with the other passengers...
ANNE
Excuse me...
SARAH
Anne Lee?
ANNE
Yes. Hello
SARAH
I’m Sarah Taylor. I’m your new local buyer. Pleased to meet you.(they shake hands)
ANNE
It’s very kind of you to meet me.
SARAH
Oh. Sorry. This is my husband, Mark.
MARK
Good morning. How are you?
ANNE
Very well thankyou.
MARK
How was your flight?
ANNE
Actually, I’m a bit tired. It was a very long flight.
SARAH
Let’s get your bags.The three watch as the bags go around. Anne points.
ANNE
That’s mine there! The red one.
MARK
It’s heavy!
ANNE
Sorry.
SARAH
Don’t worry. Mark’s strong – aren’t you dear?
MARK
No worries.
SARAH
Come on. Let’s go to the hotel.
They leave the airport.
Vocabularydealer (n)
1. (dt) người buôn bán, kinh doanh (chuyên một mặt hàng nào đó)someone who buys and sells something
buyer (n)
 1. (dt) người mua hàng vàosomeone whose work is to buy for a department store, a company, etc.
 
local (adj)
 1. (tt) địa phương, thuộc về một nơi nào đóin or of a certain place
shake hands (~)
 1. bắt tayhold someone's hand as a greeting and move it up and down
flight (n)
2. (dt) chuyến baya trip on an airplane
Episode Note
1 Greetings2. Introductions3. Simple Sentences4. Personal Pronouns5. THAT and THIS6. Adjectives
Episode 2. Enjoy Your Stay
Sarah and Mark take Anne to her hotel. She checks in.
ANNE
Thank you very much for picking me up.
SARAH
You’re very welcome. Will you be alright here?
ANNE
Thanks. I’ll be fine. And thankyou Mark, for helping with my heavy bags.
MARK
Don’t mention it.
SARAH
Alright then. Nice to meet you finally. I’ll ring you tomorrow.
 
ANNE
Nice to meet you too.
SARAH
Goodbye.
CLERK
Good morning. Would you like to check in?
ANNE
Yes please.
CLERK
And your name?
ANNE
Anne Lee.
CLERK
Ah yes. Could you just fill this out please?How long will you be staying?
ANNE
Two weeks.
CLERK
Are you here on business?
ANNE
Mainly business.
CLERK
Will you need a hire car?
ANNE
No thankyou.
CLERK
And will you need a map of the city?
ANNE
Maybe later.
CLERK
Will you want a newspaper in the morning?
ANNE
No thankyou.
CLERK
OK. And how will you be paying Ms Lee?
ANNE
Credit card.
CLERK
Thankyou. Here’s your key. It’s room 309. Enjoy your stay Ms Lee.
ANNE
Thankyou. I hope I will.
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