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M You can start 1
S1 This year the date was the same in both 2
S2 The date of Easter 3
S3 (struggling) the Orthodox in (sic) the Western 4
S4 Church. I like Easter… 5
M OK the Orthodox and Western Church, hm? OK. 6
1 This year the date was the same in both 7
S2 The date of Easter 8
S3 (struggling) the Orthodox and the Western 9
S4 Church. 10
M Good. Ok, go on… 11
S5 I like Easter(does not pronounce the s) It is a season 12
S1 and S2 of renewal and hope 13
S3 and often the weather is good. 14
S4 On Thursday my mother and I 15
S5 went to the church and ate some (sic) 16
S1 chandles. 17
M No you say candles. And remembered 18
S2 deprtchd reltiv 19
M relatives. 20
S2 The next… 21
S3 day my sister went to church 22
S4 but I made the dark red paint 23
S5 for the eggs which we boiled…boiled 24

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S1 and decortd to kele.. 1
M celebrate 2
S1 celbrate 3
S2 the day when we feel close to 4
S3 each other and the people 5
S4 before…uz 6
M us 7
S4 us…so we took the eggs 8
S5 to the borial… [M burial] place on Sunday 9
S1 (a bit struggling) where…we…also…left 10
M where we also left… 11
S2 it was a happy moment really, cooking for my mother and 12
S3 (a bit mangled, excellent teleological peroration) a season of renewal and hope 13
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(viewing video) 15
M What’s he doing now? 16
S (very quiet) swimming…watching 17
M Yeah - What’s he doing? 18
S (quiet) swimming 19
M ….he’s swimming, yes. Because this rock is outside the coast: it is 20 meters from the coast; he has to 20
take his bag, with all the climbing things, on his back in the water. 21
S (very very quiet) And he’s swimming? 22
M As you see, he’s going to swim back – the other man is swimming back now… 23
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M So beautiful…eh? …He must find this place…he must swim.. 1
S1 Where (is it) ? 2
M He must go up…he must come down…he must swim…and everything is wet…there’s a good 3
sunshine…they’re going home. There’s it. (indicating sea stack on video) 4
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M So – where is it, Tamazi? Which country is it in? A beautiful country…Where is it? 6
S1 Hmm….(very quiet indeed) It’s Scotland? 7
M What country is it in? 8
S1 Scotland… 9
M Yes – it’s in Scotland…….What do you think – about this place? 10
S1 It’s very beautiful.. 11
M It’s very beautiful… 12
M Excellent…OK 13
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M Tamazi, Can you read? 15
S1 When I arrived at Store Lighthouse it looked 16
like I had made the right deci (pronouncing it ‘de-sigh’) 17
M decision 18
S2 When (for ‘while’) there was still a lot of mist it had britened…it had britened up and looked like the 19
sun might break through 20
S3 But my hopes were soon dashed, with more mist rolling in again 21
S4 shortly after I left for the walk. 22
S5 As I was already on my way I decided to continue anyway. 23

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M OK great. There is a lighthouse – and at the beginning…of the walk to this place…if you look at the 1
beginning of the film…you can see the lighthouse…the lighthouse… (plays extract) 2
M: What’s its name? 3
S lantern 4
M lantern, that’s right. Now – this section of the film…is what we have here….so what we can do…is 5
carry on here… But.. 6
S3 But my hopes were soon dashed, with more mist rolling in again shortly after I left for the walk. As I 7
was already on my way I decided to [wild guess] purpose anyway. 8
M Con… 9
S3 confort…(corrected by other students) continue… 10
M Good Mmm..hmn 11
S4 When or…the… (corrects himself) Walking over…(tries to say ‘Sidhean Morch’) 12
M This is Gaelic…this is old Scottish. I don’t know what it means. I tried to find out but the internet did 13
not tell me. Sidhean Mor – it maybe means the mountain by the sea…Because this is Morch which is like 14
the Welsh and the French… 15
S3 hmm… 16
M …for the sea, it has an M and a R – M at the beginning; R at the end; Latin : mare; so that’s what it 17
means… I spotted…I spotted 18
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S4 I spotted the…Old…Old Man…of Store 20
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M Yeah – what. I think this ‘Stoer’ *as in stir+ it’s a Scottish word…and it’s hard enough to learn English, 22
or to teach…I would say, ‘stoer’…stir the sugar in the tea…. 23
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S3 (hesitates) 25
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M …through the… 27
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S3 going through the mist 29
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M …through… 31
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S3…going through the mist…er 33
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M mist. Now that’s an easy (word). Mist. 1
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S4 Someone… 3
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M What? Now all of you, what you need to do is you need to put more ‘hhhhh’. And I want more 5
volume. And I’m getting…I want more volume…And I’m getting squeaking…It’s good…I want more sound 6
– you know? It’s like I’m listening in mono; and I want stereo. You know> Stereo. Mist. Well done. 7
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S5 Someone in a yellow jacket stood on the cliffs above it, taking pictures. 9
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M Very much better. Very much better. Now. I have a question. Old Man of Stoer. Is it an old man?.... 11
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Is it an old man? 13
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S1-5 (murmuring)… 15
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M Is it – I’m asking you – old man – is that old man of Stoer a man? …Is it a man? The Old Man of Stoer: 17
is it a man, or not?......What is the Old Man of Stoer?....You think it’s a man?.......Well, what d’you think 18
of this….? What is this thing? (indicates sea stack on video, which is paused…) 19
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S1-5 err… 21
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M And what are they climbing? 23
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S1-5 mmm… 25
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M Tamazi? What are they climbing? 27
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S1 Mountain rocks… 29
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M yes, and what is the name of mountain rock? 31
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S1 Ahhh………!? 33
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S4 Lighthouse…. 35
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M Now…The lighthouse is the lighthouse….right? The lighthouse is to stop the ships crashing into the 37
edge of the land…..the Old Man of Stoer is….???? 38
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S1 A…. 40
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S4 stone…. 42
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M Yes!!!!!!!! The Old Man of Stoer… 44
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S (several) Stoer… 46
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M ….is the stack – what they call a stack….Now…stack...if I take these cards here, right? Give me the 1
cards please…These are our cards for our dialogue…(laughing) now give it back! This is a stack of cards… 2
Hm? A stack means….? In writing. What d’you… ? Tell me what is a stack…! …When you have [stacked 3
them] …tell me, what (is) it? 4
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S Twelve… 6
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M Not good…! Four…four hundred…four thousand…when you have…? 8
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S …um? 10
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M some… 12
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S (loudly) some cards…? 14
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M well many…many…many!!! what? 16
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S um.. 18
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M Many…? 20
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S Many things…. 22
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M Yeah. But…in general, a stack – this is a stack, yes? – when you have many….? many…? 24
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S s--- 26
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M What is it?? 28
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S (whispered) cards… 30
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M Yeah! When you have many…. 32
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S and M cards… 34
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M on the…(M taps..) 36
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S table…. 38
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M it is a …? a….what? I just told you: a…? 40
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S (very softly) stack. 42
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M sta-…? [no response] stack! 44
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S stack! 46
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M Can you write stack on the board please? 48

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S c-t—ah-c-k [first try] 1
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M That says: steak… [second try] 3
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(discussion between students…) 5
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M Take a better pen than that…! 7
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(student writes) 9
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M Great! Excellent! So: she’s written: what has she written? Read what she’s written: s… 11
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Students s-t-a-c-k 13
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M Great! Brilliant ! Now…….when we look at that….This is…this is…where I am not to be teaching you! 15
I’m so happy to have that, because… 16
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S Because…?...because? 18
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M Take this red pen…! Divide this word…(now, I want some intelligence…from you!) Divide this word 20
into three…into three… [it has] one, two, three, four, five letters….OK? Divide…where the new three 21
(will) come…three…into three…so…ok…s…1..ok…1…OK? Ok…now, second one…? Is what…? ā – good! 22
Stack! and number three is…? 23
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(murmurings and consultations, M does not help…We hear ‘stack’ whispered, sotto voce) 25
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M Good! Fantastic! How many letters? How many letters here? 27
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S1-5 (variously) four! one! – four, one… 29
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M How many letters here? 31
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(students count) 33
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S1-5 (variously) four! one! one! one! 35
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M Yes, one! And how many letters here? 37
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S Two letters here! 39
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M How many start(ing) sounds here? 41
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S (quietly) two… 43
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M st! – one sound! 45
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S Two! 47
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M Yeah! – but you say it fast: st! 1
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M st! st! That is one sound! 3
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S (quietly) one sound… 5
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M one sound – ā ? What’s the beginning? (to a visitor: ‘In a minute!’) So: two in one! This is a question in 7
English. One sound – but two symbols. Yes? This is normal for English. OK. So, the Old Man of Stoer is 8
a…? is a? is a? My ear is weak…! 9
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(students generally very quietly saying st, st, stick…steck) 11
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S1 …stack! 13
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M Ok. The sound in the middle is ā, ā, ā, ā, ā! 15
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S stack! 17
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M (beating breast) comes from here! Stack! stack! It is….now! – this is a stack of….? a stack of…? 19
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S mmmm…? 21
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M What is this? Stack of…? 23
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S1 cards… 25
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M cards – ok. And what is the Old Man of Stoer? It is a …? …stack…of….(indicating on board) 27
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S1 (very quietly) r…r…rocks… Other S (playing for time) stack of…? 29
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M A stack of…? 31
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S3 cards… 33
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M No, it’s made of…stone. It is a stack of…? 35
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S1 stone… 37
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M Yes. And what do we call those kind of stones? You know the word, see if you know this word (writes 39
up partially on board) I pick Tamazi…I’m naming you…you know this word? 40
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S1 (faintly) Yes, it’s what’s it…? (after a silence) rock! 42
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M Yes! yes. Now this: we have exactly the same sound. ck – at the end. 44
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S1 rock! 46
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M Yes. A stack of… 48

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S1-5 …rock 1
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M of rock…? In English? 3
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S1 Ah! A stack of…st...rocks! 5
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M yeah – a stack of rocks! And it’s also called (writing on board) Mari? 7
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S Sea stack… a sea stack of… 9
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M A sea stack… a sea stack. A sea stack is a…? What is a sea stack? It is…a… 11
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S a…sea… 13
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M stack… 15
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S1 stack of rock! 17
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M rocks! – where? Where..? In…In the…? 19
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S1 sea! 21
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M Yeah! – In the sea! This is a stack of rocks in the sea. 23
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S1 Ah!!! 25
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M And to get…to get to this stack of rocks in the sea… Which country? Which country is it? (showing 27
book, ‘Scotland’..) 28
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S1 Of course it’s… 30
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M Yes – in Scotland. It is here! (indicates on map on the wall). It is here! Right at the top of Scotland! On 32
the left. North-west. A stack of rocks… To get to this stack of rocks…you must go there, huh? So: here’s 33
Georgia: you take your plane from Tbilisi airport, which is here… 34
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S1-5 Near here! 36
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M Right! Ok! And you’re flying to…where are you flying to? (discussion) You go to Turkey first…Turkey – 38
Istanbul. 39
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S1 Turkey! 41
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M Yes. 43
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S3 No – Turkey is this! (indicating) 45
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M Yes. Now, Istanbul is….(reading the Georgian map) ‘Stamboul’. You fly from 47
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S 1-5 Georgia… 1
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M Georgia to…? 3
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S 1-5 Istanbul 5
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M And then you…? Then you have coffee! 7
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M And then you….the you fly from…? Go on! 11
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S1-5 and M Istanbul… 13
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M to…. 15
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S1 Scot- 17
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M No… 19
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S1-5 Eng…England! 21
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M Right! Then England.Then you stop. And you have coffee. 23
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M And then you go to…? 27
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S1 (?) Glasgow, actually… (another student: ‘Coffee’) 29
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M Yes, so you go by plane to maybe… (looking at map…) 31
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S I don’t know… 33
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M No – what does that say? 35
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S1 Sea? 37
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M No…this word here! Gla…Gla…What does that say? It’s in Georgian! Gla-- 39
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(children jokingly try to decode word but map is too high for them to read…) 41
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M (not realizing this) Glas… Glas… 43
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S1 Glasgow. 45
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M Glasgow. 47
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S3 Glasgow! 1
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S kheli dautset (write it by hand!) 3
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M Glasgow. Here! 5
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S iqo! (there it was!) 7
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M It is in…da khlebisze (‘yes, at the point where your hands are..’) This is Scotland. Then you have a little 9
bit more and you go right out here… 10
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S Ah…yeah! 12
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M And at…Right on the edge of this …is this island… 14
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S1 igive! (the same) 16
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M And when you’ve gone to this island… 18
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S1 ipove! (I’ve found it!) 20
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M Yeah! - No- I’m talking ‘island’ s…s… 22
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S Ireland? Yes! 24
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M Yeah- but I’m talking about the island 26
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S Island, yes. I’m hearing you now. 28
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M Yes. But there’s two things. There’s a place with water around… 30
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S1 Around the sea with… 32
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M with a S. island ... island 34
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S Ok, aba? (but what?) 36
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M But what are you going to call that one? Ireland ! 38
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S Oh! I see – this, yes! 40
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M …Ireland 42
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S3 This one… 44
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M Yes. Exactly – which you must pronounce as Ireland in English. 46
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M (indicating e of ‘Ireland’ on board) This is a ‘sleeping’ letter- it’s not pronounced. lreland! 1
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S1 Ireland! 3
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M With an ai . And this problem now… what you must…what you must begin to try to show… sh!…and 5
this (an) experiment, so…it’s exciting. When you have letters in English, right? a b c d ..i…z. Ok – look – 6
no? That is an aeee vowel, that one is: that is the name of the letter: the name. Like: what is your 7
name? 8
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S3 Erakle 10
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M Erakle. Ask me what is..? What is…? Ask me…Ask…! 12
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S (finally) What is your name? 14
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M My name is Martin. Ok. Ask her: What is… 16
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Students (one to another) What’s your name? My name is Eka. What is your name? My name is Alex. 18
What is your name? My name is Mary. 19
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M Ok so great. So here we have…ok, now imagine…imagine the letters…are people, ok? And I say to 21
people, Hello! 22
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S1 And what’s your name? 24
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M (very loud) Hello! What is your name? 26
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S1 Ah…my name.. 28
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M My name is… 30
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S1 Tamazi! 32
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M No…my name is…B 34
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S1 Ah! – B (laughs) 38
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M Hello, what is your name? 40
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S3 My name’s C 42
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M My name is C. Can you go on? 44
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S3 Hello what’s your name? 46
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S5 Hello, my name is Aki [? diminutive of Alex] 1
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M Ah – aï! Good. Now. Notice the name of this letter is ā. It’s the name of the letter. Ok now. You’re 3
called Tamazi. And your father is from the family….I guess your name may be…Gogoladze…Tabidve… [ a 4
bit of playing around…+ What’s your name? 5
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S1 Ah! – Razmadze 7
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M Razmadze? Ok – so that is also your name. So you have two names! 9
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S1 yes! One name and [one] last name. 11
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M Now. (indicating letters on boards and making them into ‘dancing men’) These are like…human 13
beings! Oh how about this one. Oh gamarjobat hello! Hello! This is Y. hello! Hello! It has two names. But 14
the second name is a sound. So there’s aeee: ā – it’s like back in the first class 15
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S and M bee-b; cee-c; 17
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M I thought this was going to be (fun)… 19
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S dee-d …aii-ī 21
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N Now you’ve heard this…But what (we are) having to do….you have to be very clever… 23
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S1 Why you have to be clever? 25
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M Why – exactly. You ask me why, I will explain. The reason you need to be very clever…is because in 27
English, really, the letters are dancing – like your Georgian dances; the letters are dancing. Seriously 28
difficult: seriously difficult to know…how to pronounce a word. As it is. As you have trouble. It’s…it’s not 29
your fault. English is difficult for how the words operate: (dancing) sometimes they’re like this; 30
sometimes they’re like this. (a little laughter) It’s very difficult to actually know – now even for English 31
children: they may be ten or eleven years….your age…or even a bit younger, really…they thought, they 32
can really read: but in England now, some people just cannot even read! (I read [that] in the paper!) 33
Even English, yeuh? So your language has a difficulty in this way (draws a Georgian strong ch ჭ) 34
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S ch 36
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M Yeah- exactly. This is difficult for me. Now we have a difficulty of the…letters. You see, they don’t 38
have straight…different ID. Different ID(s) Right…so…someone in yellow… 39
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S3 Someone in a yellow jacket stood on the cliffs above it, taking pictures. While the mist created a 41
curtain- (for ‘certain’) 42
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M No – curtain: interesting! You had this sound, didn’t you: c before e is not k – in English it is…? 44
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S cut…? 46
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M Why would it be? It’s not k, it must be…? 48

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S q….q? 1
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M No! Here it was…? 3
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S Ah! 5
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M Yes, go on…! 7
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S Euh! cert- 9
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M Ye-ees! So… 11
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S spooky atmosphere it wasn't exactly helpful while ( recte: when) trying to take picture (for pictures) of 13
a sea stack (good stress on sea rather than stack) 14
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M Great. Erakle? But…but… 16
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S3 But luck was on my side again: Suddenly the mist lifted and some hay [for hazy - student looks at z of 18
‘hazy’; is unsure, decides to leave it out altogether as a calculated risk ensuring the ability not to be 19
stopped here!] sunshine broke through, giving me a great view of the Old Man of Stoer. I even 20
(pronounces this ē-vēn..) had some unexpected action: 21
M Great! The only thing there is eeeven . Thre’s two e’s together with something in the middle, like 22
evening – in English it’s similar - eeee – v ‘e’. It was very good! Now. 23
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S (after false start) When (for while) I was taking pictures I suddenly I suddenly heard the sound of a 25
helicopter…a helicoptor’s rotor. Looking up a helicopter…a helicopter approa.. 26
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M (very slowly and deliberatively) approach… 28
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S ….very (says wery) low over the sea, flying quite close to the stack.(all OK, words done in individual 30
takes with background vocalizations of err.. between them…)As the Old Man of Stoer is only two 31
hundred…(?) 32
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M feet… 34
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S sixty..mmm 36
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M meters 38
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S meters…high it probably wasn't flying much higher than 150ft 40
M feet. 41
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S feet. It all happened very…quietly… 43
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M managed 2
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S managed to take the two quick snaps of the helicopter below… 4
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next S (very muffled and halting) From the Old Man of Stoer I continued northwards towards the Point 6
of Stoer. I found a nice rock on a cliff overlooking the Point of Stoer where I sat down and had my 7
lunch… (pronounes my as (e.g.It) mi) 8
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M My… 10
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S My lunch, enjoying the mild.. pronounces mil-d (to rhyme with build) 12
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M No, this one is mild…mild…mild 14
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S sunshine 16
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M This one is…this one is ‘mild’ now; how we picked (this) out: two letters after the i ; ok? ; two 18
letters…two letters after the i and they are both consonants…the are both …not vowels. We might call 19
these dark, heavy: L…d. Yes? Where the e i o u…they’re…? 20
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S light… (inaudible but suggested by the context) 22
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M Very good! Yeah! Very good, good, good! (laughter) They are on the ground…And this is what – we 24
already had d…good – after eee : and this is mild… 25
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S Yes…now… 27
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M yes… 29
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S yes… 31
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M if you have…no d….maybe you would be right… 33
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S eee ? 35
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M (indicating next word) sunshine…(responding to question) yes. 37
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S sunshine…? 39
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M Right, now…Refreshed… 41
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S Refreshed… 43
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M I walked.. 45
next S (after a moment of hesitation) Refreshed I walked past the Point of Stoer for a view north and 46
east, but the mist and low clouds pretty much prevented any good views any good views. 47
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M Ok. 1
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S With more …mist (first tries maist but immediately corrects himself..) 3
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M Yes – good… 5
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S …and low clouds coming in again I decided against walking back over Sidhean Mor and Sidhean Beag 7
and I returned along the coastal path I had walked out on 8
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M Ok-Tamazi…? 10
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S1 A (says ‘the) last view of the Old Man of Stoer from the north before the mist closed (ending left 12
vague) in again, reducing (says redu-king) 13
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M re-du….? 15
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S1 redu-king… 17
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M What is…? 19
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S1 reducing…(now, recte: redu-sing) visibility sign-…(pronounces as in ‘sign’) 21
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M i-i-i …! 23
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S1 sain-fi-ci… (in attempting a correction transposes order of consonants…pronounces c soft, from 25
previous learning point) – ity (ending with end of the previous word, having lost his place…) 26
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M Say, my dear, we’ve got two consonants after if.. 28
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S1 sign- if… 30
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M Yes..no, no… 32
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S1 We say…? 34
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M We had that last week: sign…is [the one] on the…on its own; 36
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S1 sign – icent… 38
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M Yeah but – no. When you’ve got…when you’ve got… 40
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S1 Ah! – I had timed my work (for walk) almost to per...fect… 42
S3 perfection 43
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S1 perfection , having been at my destination for the short time the sun broke through (pronounced thu- 45
hoo) 46
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M OK – Tamazi, what I was saying : we have the same thing in Russian… 48

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S1 Ah! now… 2
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M..which is, that if you have a long word, it has to have a strong… 4
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S1 strong… 6
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M beat. So. Now. So: to keep us interested in this word, some bits are quick; and short; and bright; and 8
some bits – one beat – is heavy. In a word. 9
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S1 Yes. 11
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M Now, in these words, here, signifiCANT signifiCANTly – it’s a(n) ‘a’. Yes. signifiCANTly. Now…I – one 13
thing I need to tell you is some English words are…general English words are pronounced in two ways: 14
very quickly; and standardly. 15
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S1 Quick…slow? 17
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M Yeh. We say quickly: but a standard pronunciation, signifiCANT : significnt . If you say it more quickly: 19
significnt, significnt: significant (M pronounces normally and at normal speed) significant. 20
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(students try it out) 22
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M But the point [the reason why you need] to learn this: i-i- ; i-i- ; I : signi- ; signi- ; si: i- , i- , i ! : signifi- … 24
signifi –CNT! 25
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(student laughter) 27
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M Now if you start saying: ‘sigh…’ you’ve put *the stress’ in already! You’ve put your stress already! And 29
then, the word is…has a problem! What happens next? 30
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S1 yes. 32
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M same – word, this last word, this! : destiNAtion ! DES-TI- NA-tion! destination… 34
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S1 (impeccably) destination! 36
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M That’s right: we have a word, ‘nation’ … you know nation? Georgia is a …nation. England is a nation. 38
France is a nation. What is a nation? It is a…? 39
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S a nation…? 41
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M What’s a nation? 43
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S1 (just practising) destination… 45
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M It’s a place where people… 47
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M ..where people live, yeah? 3
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S1 live..? 5
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M Yes. A nation is a country. 7
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S1 Are you sure? 9
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M The Georgian nation. Nation-…*said nash-un] national…day…national… 11
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S1 national… 13
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M national…er.. (hums first four bars of the British National Anthem while giving mock salute) national 15
anthem. It’s a national song. 16
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M Does Georgia have a national song, yeah? 20
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Students Yes, yes, hymn! 22
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M A hymn! Exactly! OK. Now, what we have here now…will not be entirely…unfamiliar. Just take it, and 24
read this in a minute…OK? 25
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Tamazi begin. 27
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[Students read short extracts from the preceding text, the text having been removed to cards – each 29
having on them 3-7 words – presented more or less in the order of the story. Minimal correction by M; 30
but Eracle’s ‘giving me a great view’ elicits: 31
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M That’s beautiful speaking! nice and loud; nice and clear; right, well done, Eracle! 33
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Bookworms’ Reader, Scotland – from the CD, following the text; and colouring in pictures of the Mold 38
cape interlace patterns (from Wales lesson, previously) maps to examine and maybe label, of Eastern 39
Europe (reinforcing a comparison between the UK sphere and that of Black Sea/Eurasia) words games 40
on this theme; and the famous portrait of Mary Queen of Scots in reserve for home colouring…+ 41
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