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ФЕДЕРАЛЬНОЕ АГЕНТСТВО ПО ОБРАЗОВАНИЮ

ГОСУДАРСТВЕННОЕ ОБРАЗОВАТЕЛЬНОЕ УЧРЕЖДЕНИЕ ВЫСШЕГО
ПРОФЕССИОНАЛЬНОГО ОБРАЗОВАНИЯ
ВОРОНЕЖСКИЙ ГОСУДАРСТВЕННЫЙ УНИВЕРСИТЕТ

Sounds and Rhythm of English

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ББК 81.2 АНГЛ

Contents
Monophthongs.....................................................................................5
Unit 1[ i: ] sheep.................................................................................................................5
Unit 2 [ i ] ship...................................................................................................................6
Unit 3 [ e ] pen...................................................................................................................7
Unit 4 [ æ ] man................................................................................................................9
Unit 5 [ Λ ] cup.................................................................................................................10
Unit 6 [ а: ] heart...............................................................................................................11
Unit 7 Review...................................................................................................................13
Unit 8 [ ɔ ] clock..............................................................................................................13
Unit 9 [o:] Ball.................................................................................................................14
Unit 10 [u] book...............................................................................................................16
Unit 11 [ u: ] boot.............................................................................................................17
Unit 12 [ə:] girl................................................................................................................18
Unit 13 [ə] camera...........................................................................................................20
Unit 14 Review.................................................................................................................22

Diphthongs........................................................................................22
Unit 15 [ei] tail.................................................................................................................22
Unit 16 [ai] fine................................................................................................................23
Unit 17 [ oi ] boy..............................................................................................................25
Unit 18 Review.................................................................................................................26
Unit 19 [ au ] house..........................................................................................................26
Unit 20 [əu ] phone..........................................................................................................27
Unit 21 [ iə ] beer............................................................................................................28
Unit 22 [ ɛə ] chair...........................................................................................................30

Consonants........................................................................................31
Unit 23 [ p ] pen...............................................................................................................31
Unit 24 [ b ] baby.............................................................................................................32
Unit 25 [ t ] tin..................................................................................................................33
Unit 26 [ d ]......................................................................................................................35
Unit 27 [ k ] key...............................................................................................................36
Unit 28 [ g ] girl................................................................................................................38
Unit 29 [ s ] s....................................................................................................................39
Unit 30 [ z ] zoo................................................................................................................40
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Unit 31 [ ʃ ] shoe..............................................................................................................41
Unit 32 [ʒ] television.......................................................................................................42
Unit 33 [ ʧ] cherry...........................................................................................................42
Unit 34 [ʤ] jam...............................................................................................................44
Unit 35 [ f ] fan.................................................................................................................45
Unit 36 [v] van.................................................................................................................47
Unit 37 [ w ] window.......................................................................................................48
Unit 38 [ j ] yellow...........................................................................................................49
Unit 39 [ h ] hat................................................................................................................50
Unit 40 [ θ ] thin...............................................................................................................52
Unit 41 [ ð ] the feather...................................................................................................53
Unit 42 [ m ] mouth..........................................................................................................55
Unit 43 [ n ] nose..............................................................................................................55
Unit 44 [ ŋ ] ring...............................................................................................................57
Unit 45 [ l ] letter.............................................................................................................58
Unit 46 [ l ] ball...............................................................................................................59
Unit 47 [ r ] rain...............................................................................................................60
Unit 48 [ r ] girl................................................................................................................60
Stress Time...................................................................................................................60

Small talk..........................................................................................74
Unit 1 Greetings...............................................................................................................74
Unit 2. Introductions. Identifying yourself and others......................................................75
Unit 3. Saying good-bye...................................................................................................76
Unit 4. Giving and receiving complements......................................................................77
Unit 5. Inviting, accepting, refusing.................................................................................78
Unit 6. Expressing likes and dislikes. Asking for and giving an opinion.........................79
Unit 7. Expressing ability or inability to do smth. Making excuses. Giving
encouragements................................................................................................................80
Unit 8. Apologizing. Accepting an apology......................................................................82
Unit 9. Talking about food...............................................................................................83
Unit 10. Talking about money..........................................................................................84
Unit 11. Talking about the weather..................................................................................85
Unit 12.Asking for and giving information......................................................................86
Unit 13.Giving and receiving thanks...............................................................................87
Unit 14. Expressing confusion.........................................................................................88
Unit 15. Making plans....................................................................................................88

Monophthongs
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Monophthongs are vowels the articulation of which is almost unchanging.

Unit 1[ i: ] sheep
Eve is Pete’s niece.
He seems very pleased to meet these people.
Each teacher needs to be free to teach as he pleases.
Practice 1 Listen and repeat:
bean
heel
meal

peel
sheep
cheap

seat
eat
leek

cheeks

Practice 2 Listen and repeat:
Edi th
evening
easy
jeans
cheese

see
tea
pea
three

eating
Peter
meat

Dialogue : In a restaurant
Peter:
Edith:
Peter:
Jean:
Waiter:
Peter:
Edith:
Waiter:

What would you like to eat, Edith?
A meat sandwich.
Jean? Would you like a meat sandwich or a cheese sandwich?
A cheese sandwich, please, Peter.
Good evening.
Good evening. We’ll have one meat sandwich and two cheese
sandwiches.
And three teas, please!
One meat sandwich, two cheese sandwiches and three teas.

Intonation: Questions with 'or'
These have a falling tune at the end. The parts of words which are in blacker
type are louder, or stressed.
Would you like coffee or tea?
Would you like veal or beef?
Would you like coffee or milk or tea?
Now practice with somebody, using this menu.
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b) chip 5 a) heel. b) hill 6 a) peel. b) chicks 4 a) cheap. MENU Soup: leek soup OR pea soup Meat: veal OR beef Vegetables: beans OR peas Sweets & drinks: cheesecake OR ice cream OR peaches Coffee OR tea Unit 2 [ i ] ship This fish has a thin fin That fish has a thick fin This fish is a fish that has a thinner fin than that fish. It’s better to kiss a miss than to miss a kiss Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Sound 1 sheep bean eat seat leek cheeks Sound 2 ship bin it Sit lick chicks Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1 a) sheep. b) bin 3 a) cheeks. b) pill Practice 2 Listen and repeat: it's Tim 5 fifty .Example: Would you like leek soup or pea soup? Leek soup. please. b) ship 2 a) bean.

All is well that ends well. And it begins in six minutes. Quick. or we’ll miss the beginning of the film Unit 3 [ e ] pen Money lent is money spent. b) peg 3 a) tins. Are you ill. will you sit still? Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Sound1 pin bin tin pig bill chicks Sound2 pen Ben ten peg bell cheques Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1 a) pin. He sent him a telegram begging for help. b) pen 2 a) pig. b) set 6 . Tim. Bill. If I give you a lift. Here he is! Hello. If you're ill.. Hello. Tim .isn't ill Indians interesting film minutes beginning Mrs Smith sixty Dialogue: An interesting film Bill: Lyn: Mrs Smith: Bill: Tim: Lyn: Tim: Lyn: Bill: Mrs Smith: Tim: Is Tim in? Is he coming to the pictures? Tim's ill. b) tens 4 a) sit.. Tim? Is it an interesting film? It's 'Big Jim and the Indians'.

-Was it expensive? 7 . Use the place names below. Ben. Haven't you any money left? Yes. Eddie? I went to America with a friend. How did you spend your holiday. Ben! Hello. Jenny! Hello. Was it expensive? Yes. b) pecked Practice 1 Listen and repeat: any everybody everything Eddie Ellen Eddie: Ben: Eddie: Ellen: Jenny: Ben: Eddie: Everybody: Ellen: Ben: Eddie: Jenny: Eddie: spend friend left shelf ten pence Jenny jealous America expensive cigarettes help yourself Dialogue: An expensive holiday Hello. Yes No questions usually have a rising tune at the end. Very. b) Jenny 6 a) picked. Well! We’re all jealous. Ellen! Hello. Thanks. I’ve spent everything. It's on the shelf. Yes/No question: Was it expensive? Statement: Yes. Examples: “Wh” question: How did you spend your holiday? Statement: I went to America. Jenny. Very. Ten pence! Intonation Statements usually have a falling tune at the end. Help yourself to whisky.. Have a cigarette. Practise this dialogue. Eddie.5 a) Jinny. Kent Venice Belgium -How did you spend your holiday ? -I went to .. 'Wh' questions (Who? What? Why? When? Where? How?) usually have a falling tune at the end.

Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Sound 1 X pen men said beg bread 1 2 3 Sound 2 axe pan man sad bag Brad Test: Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: a) pen. b) a) jam men. Unit 4 [ æ ] man A black cat sat on a mat And ate a fat rat. that man. b) b) bad sad Practice 2 Listen and repeat: apple perhaps passenger hijacker jacket black slacks Hostess Bradley: Anne Amsterdam Alice Miss Allen camera lavatory traveling handbag left hand Miss Bradley Dialogue: A bad hijacker.-Yes. I’m glad I had my bag in my hand Or he might have sat on that. said. Alice! Perhaps that passenger is a hijacker! 8 . a) b) pan gem. that’s a fact. b) a) pet. Very. man b) pat a) a) bed. That man sat on my hat in a tram He is a bad man.

. You're mad. I don't understand. b) mud 5 a) hang. b) bug 4 a) mad. No. Anne ? That sad man with the camera? He's wearing black slacks and a jacket. Anne. She's traveling to Amsterdam. He bought a couple of buns and some honey. My sun had suffered much. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Sound 1 cap hat sack ban bag hag Sound 2 cup hut suck bun bug hug Test. Is she standing next to the lavatory? Yes. (clapping her hands) EVERYBODY STAND! I'm a hijacker. and now she's. b) hut 3 a) bag. b) cup 2 a) hat. Humpy Dumpy sat on a wall Humpy Dumpy had a great fall All the king’s horses and all the king’s men Couldn’t put Humpy Dumpy together again. b) run Practice 2 Listen and repeat: 9 . You see.Hostess Allen: Hostess Bradley: Hostess Allen: Hostess Bradley: Hostess Allen: Hostess Bradley: Fat lady: Handbag: Which passenger. when she went into the lavatory she didn't have that handbag in her hand... BANG! Unit 5 [ Λ ] cup As snug as a bug in a rug. And in this handbag I have a .. b) hung 6 a) ran. Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1 a) cap. That fat lady with the big black handbag in her left hand.

honey. His father isn’t hard-hearted. After the party we started to argue.. why are you so unhappy? I don't understand. But. You mustn't. You don't love me. I think you're wonderful. Russ! But. The lager cars passing can’t harm us While we are on the grass. why are you so sad? Honey. Oh. We are walking on the grass To let the larger cars pass. shut up. just once last month I took Sunny out for lunch. Russ. I like your company much better than Sunny's. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Practice 2 Listen and repeat: 10 .ugly untrue unhappy understand shut up just once Russ: (Janet says nothing) Russ: Janet: Russ: Janet: Russ: Janet: Russ: Janet: must much lunch Sunny cousin Russ love lovely honey worry company wonderful Dialogue: I love you Honey. You love my cousin. honey. I laughed and laughed when I saw my art dancing on the yard. Janet. Oh. SHUT UP! Unit 6 [ а: ] heart Mark Calmly back his car In the dark part of the yard A large part of the yard was dark. That's untrue. I love you very much.. You think she's lovely and I'm ugly. Sunny. You mustn't worry.

It's too dark Unit 7 Review Listening: Recognise the sounds you hear. In the garden? What a laugh! So they are! They're dancing on the grass! They're dancing under the stars! And Arnold's playing his guitar. Barbara? It's on the bar. c) car 4 a) bun. Doesn't Martha look smart! Look at Charles! What a marvellous dancer! Ah! Let's take a photograph of Martha and Charles. We can't. 11 . b)hut. b) cup. c) cart 3 a) cap. b) parties Practice 3 Listen and repeat: Ah! Arnold So they are! can't garden Margaret: Barbara: Martin: Margaret Barbara: Margaret: Martin: Barbara: Margaret: Barbara: Martin: marvellous bar far car star guitar Barbara Margaret Charles smart Martin Martha dark laugh photograph Dialogue: At a party Where’s your glass. b) calm 6 a) Patty's. Barbara! Margaret! Come into the garden. c) heart 2 a) cat. Martha and Charles are dancing in the dark. b) barn 5 a) come. b) cut.Sound 1 cap hat cat ban match clack Sound 2 carp heart cart barn march clerk Sound 1 cup hut cut bun much cluck Sound 2 carp heart cart barn march clerk Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1a) hat.

b) Tommy 2 a) sack. b) body 3 a) tap. A cup of coffee hot in a proper copper coffeepot. b) cot 4 a) Tammy. b) top 6 a) black. b) sock 5 a) baddie. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Sound 1 Sound 2 hat hot cat cot pat pot sack sock tap top backs box Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1 a) cat. b) block Practice 2 Listen and repeat: off got sorry often bottle holiday on want horrible 'Onwash' what's wrong washing a long job Mrs Bloggs popular Dialogue: TV advertisement for 'Onwash' Voice A: What’s wrong with you Mrs Bloggs? Mrs Bloggs: What’s wrong with me? I want a holiday from this horrible job of washing socks! Voice В: Buy a bottle of 'Of onwash'. My costly clock has stopped.i: i bea bin beat bit bea bid peak pic e æ Λ a: Ben bet bed pec ban bat bad pac bun but bud Puck barn Bart bard park Listen and repeat: eat seat tea eggs any ready mat ham apple sit fish chips cups buns lunch grass garden tart Unit 8 [ ɔ ] clock Lots and lots of clocks and watches have gone wrong. Mrs Bloggs! 12 .

b) short 5 a) Rod. 'Onwash' is so popular! Unit 9 [o:] Ball Her naughty daughter was at fault. b) cord 4 a) shot. b) roared 6 a) what a. You don't want lots of hot water with “Onwash”. Use 'Onwash' often. Everybody wants onwash'. The lion walked towards Tom and roared. It's not a long job with 'Onwash'. b) ports 3 a) cod. b) sports 2 a) pots. b) water Practice 2 Listen and repeat: or Paul awful score four towards audience airport reporter all always footballer forward forty George walking 'the Roarers' York 13 a football a forward match the score board score: Roarers four.Voice С: Voice D: Voice A: Voice В: Voice C: Voice D: Everybody: 'Onwash' is so soft and strong. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Sound 1 Don cod cot pot fox spots Sound 2 dawn cord caught port forks sports Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1 a) spots. York forty-four the goalkeeper the ball a fallen footballer . You won't be sorry when you've got 'Onwash'.

Please tell our audience about the football match with York. I'm going to buy a horse. E is surprised that he always plays. 14 . Good morning. you a reporter? Yes. At the airport. This is Paul Short. It's too warm to go walking. Practise in pairs. They were always falling down or losing the ball! Intonation: Surprise A: Mr Short always plays football in the morning. D is surprised that he plays football. A: I saw Audrey at the airport. Here's George Ball. I'm from Channel 4. B: At the airport? A: Yes. Dawn wrote a report in shorthand. But it wasn't my fault. D and E are all surprised by what A says. C. Good morning. 1 2 3 4 5 I've put the ball in the drawer. George has bought forty five forks. And the score was four: forty-four. the goalkeeper. George. and he was at the airport. The forwards? Yes. B is surprised that he plays in the morning. Example: I saw Audrey at the airport. Whose fault was it? The forwards. Paul Short is our sports reporter. The forwards. C is surprised that Mr Short plays. We lost. B: In the morning? C: Mr Short? D: Football? E: Always? In this conversation B. Well.Announcer: Paul Short: George Ball: Paul Short: George Ball: Paul Short: George Ball: Paul Short: George Ball: Dialogue: Sports report from Channel 4 This morning the Roarers football team arrived back from York. B must sound surprised about the part of the sentence in italics. Are. it was awful. Good morning. All the footballers are walking towards me.

b) good 4 a) cod. Unit 10 [u] book Have a good look at the cookery book.. b) look 3 a) god. shouldn't you? Mr Cook: I've looked. Mrs Cook: Then you should look in the bedroom. The bookshelf is full of your cookery books. 7 I saw George when 1 was in New York. b) cook 2 a) lock.6 You ought to get up at four in the morning. b) Puss 6 a) Brockhurst. b) Brookhurst Practice 2 Listen and repeat: put look good foot could full cookery books woman shouldn’t you bedroom didn’t you living room Mr Cook bookshelf Dialogue: A lost book Mr Cook: Woman! Could you tell me where you’ve put my book? Mrs Cook: Isn't it on the bookshelf? Mr Cook: No. He pushed it and pulled it and than put his foot on it. You took that book and put it somewhere didn't you? Mrs Cook: The living-room? 15 . She took the book and put it under her foot. 8 It's your fault. b) could 5 a) Poss. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Sound 1 pot cock God lock rock box Sound 2 put cook good look rook books Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1 a) cock.

b) foolish Practice 2 Listen and repeat: Miss Luke: Girls: Miss Luke: Prue: Miss Luke: Prue: Miss Luke: Sue June soup Prue unit stupid shoe afternoon nuisance threw excuse me Miss Luke twenty two chewing gum It was YOU! rude Dialogue: In a good school Good afternoon. I've looked. Who said that the soup was too cool? Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Sound 1 look pull full foot 1 2 3 4 Sound 2 Luke pool fool boot Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: a) look. Yes. b) fool a) pull. Miss Luke. Good afternoon. Ah! Good! Unit 11 [ u: ] boot He was soon in a gloomy mood. b) pool a) fullish. Open your books at unit twenty-two Excuse me.Mr Cook: Mrs Cook: Mr Cook: No. I'm going to put all my books in a box and lock it! Look. Who threw their chewing gum on the floor? Was it you. Prue? There's some chewing gum on your shoe. Miss Luke This afternoon we're going to learn how to cook soup. girls. b) Luke a) full. Prue? 16 . Mr Cook! It's on the floor next to your foot. Only a fool swims as a rule in a cool pool.

you stupid fool. June. First come first served. You two nuisances can stay in school this afternoon instead of going to the swimming pool. Look Miss Luke Stop pulling my hair. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Sound 1 four torn Paul warm ward walker Practice 2 Listen and repeat: Sound 2 fur turn pearl worn word worker Sound 1 ten Ben bed head west kennel Practice 3 Listen and repeat: Sound 1 shut huts bun bud Sound 2 shirt hurts burn bird 17 Sound 2 turn burn bird heard worst colonel . It was Sue. The purple turban edged with fur and worked with thirty pearls was purchased by a Persian merchant. stupid. It was you! YOU! YOU! Excuse me! You're being very rude. Who? June Cook It wasn't me. It was June. It’s early bird that catches the warm. Will Bertha be thirty on her birthday next Thursday? The nurse said that her first patient was worse than her third.Prue: Miss Luke: Prue: June: Sue: June: Sue: June: Sue: Miss Luke: No. Unit 12 [ə:] girl She didn’t tell the girl was dirty She said the girl was thirty. Miss Luke. It was you! It wasn't me. My mouth's full of chewing gum.

b) word 6 a) or. Practice 1 We use the sound /ə/ in words and syllables that are not important. c) bird 4 a) walk. . b) buns. She's the worst nurse in the world! Unit 13 [ə] camera We never know the value of water till the water is dry. c) burns 5 a) short. . Practice these. she isn't. were they? Colonel Burton: No.bug gull berg girl Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1 a) bed. weren't Sir Herbert: Nurse Sherman is the worst nurse in the ward. b) bud. Nurse Turner weren't at work on Thursday. b) shirt 3 a) ward. Sir Herbert: And such short skirts. Colonel Burton: She never arrives at work early Sir Herbert: She and . isn't she? Colonel Burton: No. b) work 2 a) Ben's. they. b) er Practice 4 Listen and repeat: er Herbert sir Sherman worst skirts early Turner thirsty shirts world weren't dirty nurse Thursday colonel Burton Curse these nurses Dialogue: The worst nurse Sir Herbert: Nurse! Colonel Burton: Nurse! I'm thirsty! Sir Herbert: Nurse! My head hurts! Colonel Burton: NURSE! Sir Herbert: Curse these nurses! Colonel Burton: Nurse Sherman always wears such dirty shirts. . In the words on the right the spelling has been changed to show you when to make the sound /ə/. . Listen and repeat: a photograph of Barbara a glass of water ə photəgrəph əf Barbərə ə glass əf watə 18 . er .

they said tə hə. when Barbərə woke up it wəs six ə'clock. and hə brothəs and sistəs wə laughing at hə. It wəs ə quartə tə seven. This is a different sound. Barəerə spent Satəday aftənoon looking ət ə beautifal book əbout South əməricə. she was. This is the sound ə. Practice 2 Read this story aloud. Weak forms Wəs she dreaming ? Yes. She wəs thinking about hə wondəful journey tə South əmericə. 'I want tə go tə South əmericə she said tə həself. ənd opened hər eyes. Barbərə looked ət thəm. ənd closed hər eyes əgain. 'a glass ef wate’ she said. Then she quiətly got out əf bed ənd started tə pack hə suitcase. Thə next morning. 'Watə’ she said. I mustn't fəget tə have səme breakfəst she said tə həself. ‘l’ll jəst drink ə glass ef watə’ she said. 19 . She packed ə photəgrəph əf həself and one əf hə mothər ənd fathə.ə pair əf binoculərs a pair of binoculars a photograph of her mother and ə photəgrəph əf hə mothər ənd fathə father ə book əbout South əmericə a book about South America Now practice these: Example: A: What's the time? B: It's a quartə tə twelve. Practice 3. ‘Tell əs what you wə dreaming əbout’. Bət Barbərə didn't ənswə. She wəs still in h ə bed. ənd hə brothəs ənd sistəs wə still əsleep. She packed ə pair əf binoculəs ənd hə sistə's camərə. But then she looked ət thə clock. This is the strong form of was This is the weak form of' was. The spelling has been changed to show you when to make the sound /ə/. She took səme comfətəble clothes out əf thə cupbəd.

Yes. Yes. Yes. . they were. Yes. she was.Listen and repeat: Wəs she thinking about South America? Wə her brothers and sisters asleep ? Də they like reading ? Həve you read about South America? Dəs your friend like reading? əm I talking to myself? ə we working hard ? Həs your friend been to South America? Cən you swim? 20 Yes. they do. Yes. you are Yes. I can. he does. you are Yes. I have. he has. Yes.

is very weak. Unit 15 [ei] tail The rain in Spain stays mainly in the plain. The glide. the nucleus.Unit 14 Review Listening: Recognise the sounds you hear. They waited in the rain and hail until eight. 0 Polly folly cod what э: Paul fall cord ward u pull full could would u: pool fool cooed wooed з: Pearl furl curd word Diphthongs In the pronunciation of diphthongs the organs of speech glide fron one vowel position to another within one syllable. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Sound 1 pen shed tell wet test pepper Sound 2 pain shade tail wait taste paper 21 . Our maid Marry makes mistakes. which shows the direction of the quality change. Than they painfully came away. The starting point. They came the same way On the same day By the same train. is strong and distinct. He who makes no mistakes makes nothing. But she never brakes plates and she isn’t lazy.

It's the first of May today. b) late 5 a) letter. Little Mike look to cook at bright lights.Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1 a) pen. A stitch in time saves nine.18 to Baker Street. The Baker Street train leaves at 8. they changed the timetable at the end of April.18.18? I'm afraid you've made a mistake. b) gate Practice 2 Listen and repeat: Hey! say Mr Grey may they today railway Mr Grey: Porter: Mr Grey: Porter: Mr Grey: Porter: Mr Grey: Porter: Mr Grey: Porter: Mr Grey: made afraid train timetable ages changed late waiting eighty-eight station Baker Street April Dialogue: At the railway station (Mr Grey is wiring at the railway station for a train. The 8. sir. b) shade 3 a) pepper. I'm late. Which train sir? The 8.08? You see. Unit 16 [ai] fine I like my pipe quite nicely fried for just the right time.) Hey! This train's late! I've been waiting here for ages.08 At 8. I like my tie and my pipe. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: 22 .08. sir.8. b) pain 2 a) shed. b) later 6 a) get. sir. Changed it? May I see the new timetable? What does it say? It says: Baker Street train . Oh no. A mistake? My timetable says: Baker Street train -8. Hm! So the train isn't late. b) paper 4 a) let.

Mike! Hello. he's put something behind your typewriter. Myra and Violet (Myra and Violet are typists in the library. Violet.) Hello. Talk to me some other time.Sound 1 bar star darn lark cart heart Sound 2 buy sty dine like kite height Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1 a) cart. Mike: Hm! Oh. Mike: Never mind. b) life 5 a) hard. b) kite 2 a) darning. Violet? Violet: No thanks. Mike: What about Friday? Violet: I'm going climbing with Miles. Violet? Violet: Not tonight. Myra. Do you like riding. b) hide 1 a) Pa. Mike. Bye! Myra: Violet. Violet! You’re looking nice. b) dining 3 a) star. I’m going for a drive with Nigel. Mike: Would you like to come riding with me tonight. all right. 23 . b) sty 4 a) laugh. Hello. b) pie Practice 2 Listen and repeat: I'm 'Bye time mind Miles Myra Violet riding climbing ninety-nine ice nice like Mike Nigel tonight all right type typist typewriter Dialogue : Mike. Mike. I have ninety-nine pages to type by Friday. Violet? Violet: Sometimes. Myra: Mike: (silence) Mike: Would you like some ice-cream. I’m busy typing.

this is very annoying noise. b) boiling 3 a) all. b) oil 4 a) aw. b) boy 6 a) all. In a noisy voice he said that oysters were poisonous and I had spoilt his enjoyment. Madam. Joyce: (pointing) It’s out oil.) Garage boy: What a terrible noise! Joyce: Eh? Garage boy: (raising his voice) WHAT A TERRIBLE NOISE! This is the noisiest Rolls Royce I've ever heard. Myra? No. a Rolls Royce isn't a toy Perhaps you've spoilt the motor 24 .Violet: Myra: Is it something nice. Garage boy: Out of oil? And look the water's boiling. b) oil Practice 2 Listen and repeat: toy enjoy noisiest destroyed annoying boiling pointing spoilt Joyce voice Rolls Royce boyfriend Dialogue: Joyce's Rolls Royce (Joyce takes her Rolls Royce to the garage. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Sound1 all ball corn tore jaw Sound2 oil boil coin toy joy Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1 a) corn b) coin 2 a) bawling. Unit 17 [ oi ] boy That noise is very annoying Yes. b) oi 5 a) bore. It's a spider.

b) grouse 5 a) ah. 1 ei bay ale paint race 2 ai buy isle pint rice 3 oi boy oil point Royce Unit 19 [ au ] house Mr. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Sound1 car bar bra grass arch Sound 2 cow bow brow grouse ouch Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1 a) car. I'll go and visit my boyfriend. b) cow 4 a) ha. How annoying! W\uh you're changing the oil.Joyce: or even destroyed it. Brown found an owl in town. Unit 18 Review Listening: Recognise the sounds you hear. b) ow! 3 a) bra. b) how 2 a) grass. b) town Practice 2 Listen and repeat: Ow! now ground Brown out mouse 25 our ours . Round and round the town Went the crowd shouting Louder and louder “Down with the crown”. Roy. b) brow 6 a) tarn.

get it out. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Sound 1 burn fern work flirt Practice 2 Listen and repeat: Sound 2 bone phone woke float Sound 1 caught nought bought jaw ball Sound 2 coat note boat Joe bow Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1 a) cork. no. Don’t go home alone Nobody knows how lonely the road is. Ours is the cleanest house in the town! Unit 20 [əu ] phone I’m going to see my old folks at home. Get it out somehow. Sit down and don't shout (sitting down) I've found a mouse in the house! A brown mouse? Yes. How? Turn the couch upside-down. b) phone 3 a) or. b) coke 2 a) fern. We don't want a mouse in our house. A little round mouse. It's running around in the lounge On the ground? Yes. Well. Oh. b)Oh! 26 .town found round Mrs Drown: Mr Brown: Mrs Drown: Mr Brown: Mrs Drown: Mr Brown: Mrs Drown: Mr Brown: Mrs Drown: Mr Brown: lounge loudly upside-down house shouting couch our house Dialogue: A mouse in a house (shouting loudly) I'VE FOUND A MOUSE! Ow! You're shouting too loudly. It's under the couch now.

Joan. Joe You're joking. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Sound 1 E bee tea pea Sound 2 ear beer tear pier 27 . and I'm going to go to sleep again. There's no snow. We are near the end of the year. I'll put my coat on and go out and make a snowball and throw it at your nose. Come over to the window.4 a) ball. my dear. No: My eyes are closed. I can’t hear you from here.) Joe!Joe! JOE! Hello! (groans) Oh! What is it. b) work c) woke Practice 3 Listen and repeat: Oh! no Joe go ago window Joan: Joe: Joan: Joe: Joan: Joe: Joan: Joe: Joan: know throw snow over nose hello don't Joan groans closed Jones October joking woke coat OK Dialogue: Snow in October (Joe Jones is sleeping. Joe. Look at the snow! Snow? But it's only October. Don't go to sleep. Joe Jones! Unit 21 [ iə ] beer Come nearer here. b) bowl 5 a) burn. OK. Joan? Look out of the window. b) bone 6 a) walk. but Joan woke up a few minutes ago. I know there's no snow.

(speaking to the waiter) Two beers. And it's windier than last year. please. (bringing the beer) Here you are. 28 . I’ve really traveled there by air.) Let's have a beer here. dear. b) dear Practice 2 Listen and repeat: Lear here hear dear Mr Lear: Mrs Lear: Mr Lear: Mrs Lear: Mr Lear: Mrs Lear: Mr Lear: Mrs Lear Mr Lear: Waiter: Mr Lear: Mrs Lear: year idea atmosphere mountaineer Cheers! nearly bearded disappeared Austria windier easier clear Dialogue: A bearded mountaineer (Mr and Mrs Lear are on holiday in Austria. sir.bead beard Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1 a) bee. The atmosphere here is very clear. dear! Cheers! Here's to the bearded mountaineer! Unit 22 [ ɛə ] chair Mary is upstairs airing the room And dusting the chairs. We came here last year. b)pier 5 a) E's. His beard is in his beer. b) ears 6 a) Dee. b) beer 2 a) tea. dear! Look at that mountaineer drinking beer. Marry has very fair hair. His beard has nearly disappeared into his beer! Sh. Look. Two beers. (drinking his beer) Cheers. dear! He might hear. What a good idea! They have very good beer here. b) beard 4 a) pea. Take care! There’s a chair on the stair. Such fairness is rare but I don’t care. b) tear 3 a) bead.

b) chairs a) beer. Hm! Are they square. Have you looked carefully everywhere? Yes. They're nowhere here. Claire. They're square hairbrushes. b) bear a) pier. b) Claire Practice 2 Listen and repeat: Claire pair chair square where Mary: Claire: Mary: Claire: Mary: Claire: Mary: Claire: Mary: Claire: there they're wearing Mary hairbrushes nowhere anywhere everywhere upstairs and downstairs carefully Dialogue: A pair of hairbrushes I've lost two small hairbrushes. Have you seen them anywhere? : Well. They're a pair. I've looked everywhere upstairs and downstairs. Have you looked upstairs? Yes. b) pear a) here. Mary? Yes. They aren't anywhere. b) Dare a) clear. 29 .Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Sound 1 ear beer pier hear tear Cheers 1 2 3 4 5 6 Sound 2 air bear pear hair tear chairs Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: a) cheers. b) hair a) dear. you're wearing one of them in your hair! Oh! Then where's the other one? It's over there under the chair.

Aspiration is very strong before a vowel or a diphthong. Poppy. It is less noticeable before an unstressed vowel or in initial position. please I Mr Tupman: I think I’ve lost the passports. [ t ]. t. Pitter Piper picked a pack of pickled peppers A pack of pickled peppers pitter Piper picked If Pitter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers Where’s the pack of pickled peppers Pitter Piper picked? a pen a pencil a pin a pear Peter Poppy Paris a pocket a postcard a passport Practice 1 Listen and repeat: a passenger a piece of pork pie a policeman an airport a newspaper stupid a pepper pot impatient a spoon a plane a plastic plate an apple. 30 .) Official: Passports. please people pretty surprise Practice 2 Listen and repeat: The sound p is quieter in these words: A cup A pipe An envelope A stamp Help Practice 3 Listen and repeat: The sound p is very quiet in these words: empty upstairs dropped help me helpful perhaps Mr Tupman stop shouting stop talking stop pulling Dialogue : Passports. They have just got off the plane from Paris. k ] before a vowel.Consonants Unit 23 [ p ] pen [ p ]. please (Mr and Mrs Tupman are at the airport. [ k ] in initial position in stressed syllable are accompanied by aspiration – strong puff of breath after the explosion of [ p. it is weaker before a short vowel.

a pear.. stop pulling things out of the plastic bag. Poppy Mrs Tupman: We've lost our passports.a postcard.. help me. some paper plates . Perhaps we dropped them on the plane. please. b)pub 4 a) pig.. a plastic cup . b) bin 2 a) Poppy.... Official: Your name.. Mr Tuprnan: Poppy. please? MrTupman: Tupman.. Mr Tupman: Well. a pin Mrs Tupman: Oh. a pencil . stop taking things out of your pockets.. why don't you help? You aren't being very helpful...... Peter! Didn't you put them in your pocket? Mr Tupman: (emptying his pockets) Here's a pen . b) Bobby 3 a) pup. b)big 31 . Official: Please go upstairs with this policeman. a pepper pod Mrs Tupman: Oh.. Mr Tupman: (emptying the plastic bag) Here's a newspaper.. Peter. a piece of pork pie . a stamp ..... my pipe . an envelope ... Official: Then let the other passengers раst. an apple .Mrs Tupman: How stupid of you.. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Sound 1 pin pen pear cap pup poppy Sound 2 bin Ben bear cab pub Bobby Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1 a) pin. a spoon . Perhaps you put them in the plastic bag. Unit 24 [ b ] baby A big black bear bit a big black bug A big black bug bit a big black bear. Mr Tupman. These people are getting impatient.... Put the things in the plastic bag.

Hello Bob. We'll get into a cab and go to a pub. you can buy me a big bottle of perfume. It's my birthday today. b) beach Practice 2 Listen and repeat: Barbara birthday beautiful butterfly Bob: Barbara: Bob: Barbara: Bob: Barbara: Bob: Barbara: Bob: Barbara: Bob: Ruby about remember somebody black blue blouse terribly brown brother hairbrush Bob Dialogue: Happy birthday Hello. Barbara.5 6 a) pack. Oh yes! Your birthday! Happy birthday Barbara! Thanks Bob. Bob! I've got a better idea. Well. I’m terribly sorry. Barbara. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: tin tennis top cafeteria fourteen thirteen tell the time ten to ten telephone photographer tomato restaurant pretty assistant steak student upstairs Practice 2 Listen and repeat: 32 . I didn't remember your birthday. And my brother gave me a hairbrush and a book about baby birds. Did Ruby buy it for you? Yes. The trip by train took a tiresome twenty-two hours. and I'll buy you a bottle of beer! Unit 25 [ t ] tin Too many teenagers tend to spend their time watching television. b) back a) peach. Somebody gave me this blouse for my birthday. What a beautiful blouse! It's got brown and blue butterflies on it. And big black buttons.

Pretty girl: I want to buy a hat coat.[t] is quieter in these words : hat cricket bat coat let skirt lift shirt basement Practice 3 Listen and repeat: [t] is also quiet in these words: travel bootlace coats try bottle coats lavatory little skirts twenty gentleman shirts twelve exactly restaurants twins cricket bats department store want some first floor fat man light bulbs hot meal fruit juice Dialogue: In a department store. Gentleman: Could you tell me where the travel agency Lavatory Assistant: It's right next to the cafeteria on the thirteenth restaurant floor. Tall lady: I want some tins of tomato paste steak. Assistant: Try the supermarket in the basement. please? Assistant: Yes. dear. It's exactly twenty-two minutes to ten. Twins: Could you tell us the time. cricket bat. light bulbs. bottles of fruit juice. 33 . Student: I want to buy a football. skirt. Assistant: Hats are upstairs on the next floor / Coats / first / Skirts / Shirts Fat man: Where can I get a hot meal? Assistant: The restaurant is on the thirteenth floor: cafeteria Little girl: I want to buy some bootlaces. Assistant: They're on the next counted on your left. tennis racquet. Assistant: Take the lift to the sports department It's on the top floor fourteenth Little boy: Could you tell me where the telephone is? Assistant: It's on the twelfth floor opposite the photograph.

What did you do yesterday. And what did you do? Did you play cards too? No. Did уou? I telephoned twenty times and nobody answered. b) bad 6 a) try. Oh. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Sound 1 tore tarts cart write train trunk Sound 2 door darts card ride drain drunk Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1 a) writing. They repaired it today. Daisy? You forgot our date. hello. the telephone was damaged.Unit 26 [ d ] Dennie’s daughter Diana doesn’t dislike darning. Donald. They stayed at home and played cards with the children. Oh. it rained all day. Hello. b) card 5 a) tarts. Daisy. What did David do yesterday? Did he and Dotty go dancing? No. b) send 2 a) cart. What did 34 . b) dry Practice 2 Listen and repeat: do date Daisy Dotty darlig dancing Daisy: Donald: Daisy: Donald: Daisy: Donald: Daisy: Donald: Daisy: Donald: Daisy: told tried rained stayed studied repaired did David Donald decided damaged goodbye Sidney didn’t cards bad cold children Dialogue: A damaged telephone Dunston 238282. b) darts 3 a) bat. didn't you? Weil. Sidney and I listened to. the radio and studied. and I have a bad cold. b) riding 4 a) sent. so I decided to stay at home. darling. This is Donald.

If we keep quiet we may be lucky and see the cockoo.Donald: you do yesterday. Donald? I've just told you. Daisy. I tried to phone you twenty times! Pronunciation: -ed ending Listen and repeat: ed = d ed = t ed = id played cleaned snowed closed filled studied brushed laughed pushed watched danced walked waited painted shouted wanted landed departed Unit 27 [ k ] key Take care not to make many mistakes when you bake those cakes. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: car carpet cuckoo cup of coffee American ticket pocket school scarf because scooter sky of course Practice 2 Listen and repeat: [k]is usually quieter here: like talk look work milk ask plastic Practice 3 Listen and repeat: [k] is usually quieter here: black dog take two cake fork electric picture exactly bookshelf asked worked Practice 4 Listen and repeat: 35 looked talked .

It's an electric clock. and it's very quiet. Is it plastic? Oh. Look Cuckoo! Cuckoo! Cuckoo! Cuckoo! Cuckoo! Cuckoo! How exciting! What a clever clock! Cuckoo! Unit 28 [ g ] girl If you go digging in the garden. Doesn’t’ t it say “cuckoo”? : Of course. It's a very expensive clock. Mrs Clark. Here's a cake fork. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Sound 1 cold coat curl class back clock Sound 2 gold goat girl glass bag clog Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 36 . But what's that next to your bookshelf? Is it a clock? Yes. it's exactly six o'clock now. Would you like some chocolate cakes? Thank you. It's an American cuckoo clock. don’t forget to take your old grey gloves. Mrs Clark. Take two. Well.Clark clock clever cream cricket Mrs Cook Mrs Clark: Mrs Cook Mrs Clark: Mrs Cook Mrs Clark: Mrs Cook Mrs Clark: Mrs Cook Mrs Clark: Mrs Cook Clock: Mrs Clark: Clock: six next exciting expensive excuse me cakes forks clocks likes talks quiet quick quickly question thank you Dialogue: The cuckoo clock Would you like some cream in your coffee. Mrs Cook. and here's a… Excuse me. But I'd like a little milk. Mrs Clark ? No thank you. no.

1 a) cold; b) gold
2 a) back; b) bag
3
a) clock; b) clog

4
5
6

a) curl; b) girl
а) frock b)frog
a) clue b) glue

Practice 2 Listen and repeat:
give
beginning
get
together
again

Craig:
Carol:
Craig:
Carol:
Craig:
Carol:
Craig:
Carol:

guests
garden
gun
good
go

August
guitar
dog
Craig
Greg

Greek
Margaret
telegram
glad
England

Dialogue: Guests in August.
I’ve just got a telegram from Margaret and Greg.
Are they coming to England again?
Yes. At the beginning of August.
Good. We can all get together again.
I'm glad they're coming in August. We can take the dog and
go for walk together.
Yes. And we can give a garden party.
And Margaret can play her guitar in the garden and sing Greek
songs again.
August is a good time to come to England.

Unit 29 [ s ] s
-I can’t think of six thin things. Can you?
-Yes, I can think of six thin things and of six thick things too.
This is the third time this month that I have a sore throat.
Practice 1 Listen and repeat:
Sue
bus
said

sip
price
piece

Practice 2 Listen and repeat:
sit

sensible

interesting
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sleep

six

Sam
sand
Saturday
Sunday
sailing

outside
seaside
star
it’s expensive
let’s

instead
just
skiing

spend
swim

yes
Alice

exciting

Dialogue: It's expensive
Sam:
Alice:
Sam:
Alice:
Sam:
Alice:

Let's go to the seaside on Saturday.
Yes! Let's go sailing and water-skiing. That's exciting.
It's expensive too. Let's just sit in the sun and go swimming
instead
Let's stay in the Six Star Hotel and spend Sunday there too".
Be sensible, Alice. It's too expensive. Let's sleep outside instead.
Yes. Let's sleep on the sand. That's more exciting.
Reading. Practice reading aloud:
The smile of a snake

She speaks slowly, and smokes special, expensive cigarettes.
As she steps upstairs, her long skirt sweeps over her silver slippers. She
is small and smart and sweet-smelling. Her skin is like snow.
'You have stolen my heart!' I once said stupidly, and she
smiled. But when she smiled, she smiled the smile of a snake.

Unit 30 [ z ] zoo
Is this this is? This is is this.
Practice 1 Listen and repeat:
Sound1
Sue
said
sip
buss
piece
price

Sound 2
zoo
Z
zip
buzz
peas
prize

Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear:
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1 b) bus; b) buzz
2 a) sip; b) zip
3 a) price; b) prize

4 a) pence; b) pens
5 a) police; b) please
6 a) Sackville; b) Zackville
Practice 1 Listen and repeat:
Zzz!
zoo
buzzing
surprising
amazing
surprises'
buzzes"

Mrs Smith:
Mrs Jones:
Mrs Smith:
Mrs Jones:
Mrs Smith:
Mrs Jones:
Mrs Smith:
Sack:
Mrs Jones:
Mrs Smith:
Mrs Jones:
Box:
Mrs Smith:
Mrs Jones:
Mrs Smith:

Mrs
these
bees
is
does
says
noise

hisses
smells.
something's
contains
Jones
isn't

Dialogue: Surprises in the post office
This parcel smells Mrs Jones.
Something's written on it.
What does it say?
It says: “This parcel contains six mice”
Pooh!
Listen! What's in this sack?
It's making a strange hissing noise.
(hisses) gssssssssssssss!
Mrs Smith ! It's a sack of snakes!
So it is! And what's in this box, Mrs Jones?
It's making a buzzing sound?
Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzl
These are bees!
A parcel of mice! And a sack of snakes! And a box of frees!
This is very surprising.
It's amazing. This isn't a post office, Mrs Jones. It's a zoo!

Unit 31 [ ʃ ] shoe
She sells sea- shells on the sea-shore.
The shells she sells are sea-shells, I’m sure.
For if she sells sea -shells on the sea shore
Than I’m sure she sells sea-shells.
Practice 1 Listen and repeat:
Sound 1

Sound 2
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sea
sue
sip
ass
Ross
puss

she
shoe
ship
ash
rush
push

Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear:
1 a) Sue's; b) shoes
2 a) ass; b) ash
3 a) puss; b) push
4 a) sack; b) shack
5 a) scats; b) sheets
6 a) save; b) shave
Practice 2 Listen and repeat:
sheets
shall
shop
shut
shouldn’t

Mrs Marsh:
Mr Shaw:
Mrs Marsh:
Mr Shaw:
Mrs Marsh:
Mr Shaw:
Mrs Marsh:
Mr Shaw:
Mrs Marsh:
Mr Shaw:
Mrs Marsh:

Shaw
shake
show
shirts
sure

washing
machine
special
Marsch
wish

Swedish
English
shrunk
finished
demonstartio
n

Dialogue: A special washing machine.
Does this shop sell washing machines?
Yes. This is the newest washing machine, madam.
Is it Swedish?
No, madam. It's English.
Please show me how it washes.
Shall I give you a demonstration? Here are some sheets
and shirts. You put them in the machine. You shut the
door. And you push this button.
The machine shouldn't shake like that, should it?
Washing machines always shake madam. Ah! It's
finished now.
But the sheets have shrunk and so have the shirts.
Do you wish to buy this machine, madam?
I'm not sure.
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b) chips 5a) shin. b) watching 4a) ships. b) chop 2a) sherry. I can’t measure the pleasure I have in viewing this treasure at leisure. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: television garage measuring tape treasure casual clothes Asia an unusual collision Unit 33 [ ʧ] cherry What a charming child! How much wood would a wood-chuck chuck If a wood-chuck would chuck wood? Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Sound 1 ship sheep sherry cash wash sound 2 chips cheap cherry catch watch Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1a) shop. b) cherry 3a) washing. drink with measure. b) chin 6 a) shoes.Unit 32 [ʒ] television Eat at pleasure. b) choose Practice 2 Listen and repeat: children cheque butcher’s shop clump chops 41 Mrs Church much .

Unit 34 [ʤ] jam Teaching geography is the joy of his life. Mrs Church? Which one is cheaper? This one's the cheapest. Can I pay by cheque? Of course. Mrs Church.Cheshire cheaper choose Shoulder chops a delicious chicken children’s lunch which Dialogue: At the butcher's shop Butcher: Mrs Church: Butcher: Mrs Church: Butcher: Mrs Church: Butcher: Mrs Church: Butcher: Good morning. Jack and Gill went up the hill To fetch a pallet water Jack fell down and broke his crown And Jill came tumbling after. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Sound 1 cheap choke chin cherry larch h Sound 2 jeep joke gin Jerry large age Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1 a) choking. b) joking 42 . It's a delicious chicken. The aged judge urges the jury to be just but generous. Chump chops or shoulder chops Mrs Church? Mrs Church: I’ll have four shoulder chops. I'd like some chops for the children's lunch. Good morning Mr Cheshire. Would you like to choose a chicken. and I want a small chicken. Mrs Church. How much is all that? I haven't got cash.

What happened? Well George Churchill was the driver of the larger jeep. That ginger-haired chap. The other jeep went over the edge of the bridge. and two children and another passenger were badly injured Were both the jeeps damaged? Oh. I remember George. b)Jane 5 a ) c hil ly . He's always telling jokes. Well. b) Ji l ly 6 a) cheered. George Churchill? Do I know George Churchill? Yes.2 a) larch. He's the manager of the travel agency in Chester. yes. He'd been drinking gin. Oh. was anybody injured? Oh. Yes. yes. b)jeep 4 a) chain. And what happened to George? George? He's telling jokes in jail now. Charles told me two jeeps crashed on it in January. and he was driving very dangerously. yes. I suppose! Unit 35 [ f ] fan This fish has a thin fin That fish has a thick fin This fish is a fish that has a thinner fin than that fish. b) large 3 a) cheap. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: 43 . b) jeered Practice 2 Listen and repeat: gin jeep January just joke jail Jerry: John: Jerry: John: Jerry: John: Jerry: John: Jerry: John: Jerry: dangerous manager agency injured passenger damaged village bridge edge large George Churchill ginger-haired chap Dialogue: George Churchill Just outside this village there's a very dangerous bridge.

b) feel a) snipping. b) feel a) hat. c) foal Practice 3 Listen and repeat: fill in finished feels fine five for form February Phillip: Photographer: full front friendly office sofa profile telephone beautiful comfortable after Mr Puffin difficult if wife laugh photograph photographer myself soft Phillip Phillippa Dialogue: At the photographer's I want a photograph of myself and my wife. b) sniffing a) heel. b) fin a) peel.Sound 1 pin peel pail pine ship harp Sound 2 fin feel fail fine sniff half Practice 2 Listen and repeat: Sound 1 hat heat hill heel hall hole Sound 2 fat feet fill feel fall foal Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1 2 3 4 5 6 a) pin. b) hole. b) fat a) pole. Would you prefer a full 44 . Please fill in this form please sir.

please give a friendly laugh. Please sit on this sofa. b) halve 45 .Phillip: Phiilippa: Photographer: Phiilippa: Photographer: Phillip: Photographer: Phillip: Phiilippa : Photographer: front photograph or a profile? A full front. A full front photograph. b) view 2 a) half. Is it comfortable. Mrs Puffin? Yes. Mr Puffin. Unit 36[v] van Little Vinny is very vain. Phillippa? Yes. please look soft and beautiful. And. (laughs) Is it finished? Yes. That’s difficult. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Sound 1 feel fine fail few leaf half Sound 2 veal vine veil view leave halve Practice 2 Listen and repeat: Sound 1 bet best ban bolts boat bowl Sound 2 vet vest van volts vote vole Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1 a) few. don't you think. My very valuable vest has vanished. Mrs Puffin. If you say something funny I can laugh. It feels fine.

Why Wiley. We arrived on the first of February. why do you cry? Why Wiley. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: V veal we wheel 46 . Why? When the weather is wet We must not fret When the weather is cold We must not scold When the weather is warm We must not storm But be thankful together Whatever the weather.3 a) fast. b) bowels. I love living here. b) vast 4 a) boat. b) vote 5 a) bolts. Unit 37 [ w ] window Why do you cry. Why? Whenever we meet you There is a tear in your eye Why Wiley. Wiley. It's a lovely view. What a fine view you have! Yes. c) vowel Practice 3 Listen and repeat: Vera very village valley van Victor Vera: Victor: Vera: Victor: Vera: Victor: living November leaving driving lived arrived have five love lovely leaves Dialogue: A fine view Has your family lived here for very long? Five and a half years. Look! You can see the village down in the valley? Yes. b) volts 6 a) fowls. Why Wiley.

b) we 3 a) veal. b) worse 5 a) veils. We counted twenty squirrels. William yelled loudly at the football match yesterday. We went for a walk in the woods near the railway. b) wine 2 a) V. and there were wild squirrels everywhere. Wendy? Yes. b) wheel 4 a) verse. We wore warm clothes and walked quickly to keep warm. Further away from the railway it was very quiet. It was a very nice walk. Wasn't it cold on Wednesday? Yes. How wonderful! Twenty squirrels! And did you take lunch with you? Yes. It's lovely and quiet in the woods.vest vet vine veil west wet wine whale Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1 a) vine. About twelve we had veal sandwiches and sweet white wine. It was very cold and wet. b) whales 6 a) viper. Yes. and we watched the squirrels. b) wiper Practice 2 Listen and repeat: when well wet Wendy went which what was watched Gwen: Wendy: Gwen: Wendy: Gwen: Wendy: Gwen: Wendy: walk warm wonderful woods why wild white wine were twelve where twenty wore quiet away quickly railway sweet everywher Gwen sandwiche squirrel s s Dialogue: A walk in the wood Did you see Victor on Wednesday. Unit 38 [ j ] yellow What can’t be cured must be endured. 47 .

b) yolk 2 a) jam. Hugh Young? Did he use to have a huge yellow jeep? Yes. Did you use to live in York? Yes. A millionaire? Playing the tuba? 48 . Stuart wants a newer of pure water. b) use 6 a) jet. b) yet Practice 2 Listen and repeat: yes yesterday yellow years York Europe onion Jim: Jack: Jim: Jack: Jim: Jack: Jim: Jack: Jim: Jack: tubes stupid student stew Hugh huge young few knew New York music beautiful produces millionaire you university excuse me tutor tunes tuba Dialogue: A stupid student Excuse me. I knew Hugh. He used to be a very stupid student. b) yes 4 a) jeers. Did you use to be a tutor at the University? Yes. Yes. He's a millionaire now in New York. b) yam 3 a) Jess.He’ll find very interesting news in the newspaper. For a few years. b) years 5 a) juice. And he used to play beautiful tunes on the tuba. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: joke jack Jam Jess jeers yolk yak yam yes years Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1 a) joke. Do you have any news of Hugh ? Yes. Do you remember Hugh Young? He was a music student.

and sells them in Europe. b) hair Practice 2 Listen and repeat: hit Hilda Mrs Higgins hello Helen husband having happened hospital horrible how house horse heard hope perhaps behind unhappy Dialogue : A horrible accident Helen: Ellen: Helen: Hello. b) heels 2 a) and. Hello. no.Jim: Oh. Ellen. Helen. I read about Hugh in the newspaper yesterday. Unit 39 [ h ] hat How high he holds his head. b) how 6 a) air. dear! What's happened? 49 . Jack: Oh! Well. Have you heard? There's been a horrible accident. b) hand 3 a) eye. and tins of sausages and onion stew. b) high 4 a) art. Oh. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Sound 1 ill eel and old ear eye Sound 2 hill heel hand hold hear high Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1 a) eels. He wished Helen happy holidays. b) heart 5 a) ow. he wasn't so stupid. He produces jam in tubes. Henry had a huge hole in the heel of the sole.

How did it happen? He was hit by an express train. Poor Hilda! She's so unhappy. I can think of six thin things and of six thick things too.Ellen: Helen: Ellen: Helen: Ellen: Helen: Ellen: Helen: Ellen: Hilda Higgins' husband has had an accident on his horse. An ambulance has taken him to hospital. b) thought 5 a) moss. Can you? Yes. It was on the crossing just behind his house. Perhaps he'll be all right. b) moth 6 a) fought. b) thought 50 . How awful! Is he injured? Yes. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Sound1 mouse sum sick sink pass Practice 2 Listen and repeat: Sound2 mouth thumb thick think path Sound 1 free first fin Fred half Sound 2 three thirst thin thread hearth Practice 3 Listen and repeat: Sound 1 tin tree tanks sheet Sound 2 thin three thanks sheath Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1 a) sink. b) mouth 3 a) tin. How horrible! He's having an important operation in hospital now. I hope so. This is the third time this month that I have a sore throat. Unit 40 [ θ ] thin I can’t think of six thin things. b) think 2 a) mouse. b) thin 4 a) taught.

Is it? I thought it was worth three thousand. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Sound 1 Dan day dare doze Ida Practice 2 Listen and repeat: Sound 2 than they there those either Sound 1 bays close whiz breeze boos 51 Sound 2 bathe clothe with breathe booth . I'm so thirsty.Practice 4 Listen and repeat: thank you thought thousand thirsty Thursday thirty -three Ethel author nothing something birthday mathematician Judith worth Mrs Smith Smiths’ Edith moths Dialogue: Gossip Judith: Ethel: Judith: Ethel: Judith: Ethel: Judith: Ethel: Judith: Ethel: Judith: Ethel: Judith: Edith Smith is only thirty. Shall I buy you a drink? Thank you. Are you ? I thought you drank something at the Smiths. Is he? I thought he was a mathematician. Edith gave me nothing to drink. Edith's birthday was last Thursday. Mr Smith is the author of a book about moths. Was it? I thought it was last month. Is she? I thought she was thirty-three. The Smiths' house is worth thirty thousand pounds. Unit 41 [ ð ] the feather Is this this is? This is is this. No.

b) either 2 a) day. madam. The small one for three pounds? No. The other one. Ah I The leather one. 52 . There are three hats together in the window.size scythe Practice 3 Listen and repeat: Sound 1 What’s this? What are those? What’s this? What’s that? What are these? Who’s that Sound 2 This is the zoo That’s a zebu This is Z That’s a zero These are zips That’s Zack Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1 a) Ida. Not that one either. b) boot Practice 4 Listen and repeat: the this that clothes Miss Brothers: Assistant: Miss Brothers: Assistant: Miss Brothers: Assistant: Miss Brothers: Assistant: together feathers leather Miss Brothers another smoother rather Dialogue: The hat in the window I want to buy the hat in the window. I’d rather have the one in the window. But we don't take anything out of the window until three o'clock on Thursday. The leather one. It's better than the one in the window. b) scythe 5 a) bays. madam. That one over there. b) bathe 6 a) boos. b) they 3 a) dares. Do you want the one with the feathers? No. It's smoother leather. Certainly. b) there's 4 a) size. madam. It goes with my clothes. Now this is another leather hat.

. 53 . The murmur of the bees in the elms bring back memories of many memorable summers. may Tom Mitcham come home with me for tea tomorrow? Of course. Mum. Since time immemorial the moon has moved men to make poems. If I have time.. That ’s why he's coming for tea tomorrow! Unit 43 [ n ] nose Needless and pins. Mum! Will you make some home-made crumpets tomorrow? Mm . maybe. Oh. Jim. Does his family come from Cambridge? Yes. yes. I remember Tom.Unit 42[ m ] mouth Needless and pins. I told Tom about your crumpets. needless and pins When a man marries His troubles begin. needless and pins When a man marries His troubles begin. Oh. He's very small and smart. Practice 3 Listen and repeat: Mm! me met may make may be Mitcham Jim: Mrs Smith: Jim: Mrs Smith: Jim: Mrs Smith: Jim: tomorrow summer family crumpets Cambridge remember him Tim time come some home Smith small smart Mum home-made Tom Dialogue : Mum’s crumpets Mum. Have I met Tom before? You met him in the summer.

I want an apartment in central London. There’s no news of Annie. Manager: £27 a month? We don't often have apartments as inexpensive as that. b) warn 6 a) money. b) mummy Practice 2 Listen and repeat: noise morning rent agency oven often seven eleven apartment unfinished inexpensive month station accommodation television prison North end Avenue central London ninety-nine 11. b) mane 4 a) some. b) nine 3 a) name. No friends in the apartment 54 . It's down near the station.That fine bunch of bananas will make a nice snack for noon. How much rent did you want to pay? Mason: No more than £27 a month. b) sun 5 a) warm. sir. We have one apartment for £29 a month in North end Avenue. It's unfurnished. Mason: Is it furnished? Manager: No. It's forbidden to use the garden. b) cones 2 a) mine. The kitchen has no oven. Manager: Certainly. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Sound 1 me mile mine Tim comb name Sound 2 knee Nile nine tin cone mane Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1 a) combs.15 garden kitchen Mr Mason certainly Dialogue: At an accommodation agency Mason: Good morning.

Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Sound1 win thin ban ran run Ron Practice 2 Listen and repeat: Sound 2 wing thing bang rang rung wrong Sound 1 wink sink rink stink bank Sound 2 wing sing ring sting bang Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1 a) Ron. not a prison! Mason: Unit 44[ ŋ ] ring One Italian singer as little as a finger. No thank you! I want an apartment. b) wrong 2 a) ran. c) singers Practice 3 Listen and repeat: pink Mr King think Mr Pring drink morning finger something angrily standing happening hanging 55 running ringing singing bringing banging strong string .after eleven in the evening. Seeing is believing.. b) sings 4 a) win. Went sing a song sailing on a boat And if the boat had been stronger His song would have been longer. No. b) sinkers. No noise and no television after 11. Everything is going wrong. c) bang 6 a) sinners.. b) rang 3 a) sinks. b) bank. c) wing 5 a) ban.15. b)wink.

What's Mr King doing? He's hanging from the string. And what's Mrs King doing? She's bringing something pink for Mr King to drink. He's holding the string in his fingers and he's shouting to Mrs King. He lost his life in the struggle for liberty. and . And is she helping him? No..Mr Pring: Mrs Pring: Mr Pring: Mrs Pring: Mr Pring: Mrs Pring: Mr Pring: Mrs Pring: Mr Pring: Mrs Pring: Mr Pring: Mrs Pring: Mr Pring: Dialogue: Noisy neighbours (angrily) Bang! Bang! Bang! What are the Kings doing at seven o'clock on Sunday morning? Well. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Sound 1 no night nine Jenny bin ten Sound 2 low light line jelly bill tell 56 .. Let Lucy light a candle and we’ll all look for the missing ball. He laughs best who laughs last. Now he's hanging some strong string on the nails. I'm sleeping. I'm not going to answer it. Yes. Now she's ringing our bell. When L occurs before vowels the sonorant [ j ] it is clear. Unit 45 [ l ] letter Part 1 There are two variants of letter L in English language. Now she's putting it under the ladder. Mr King is singing. She's running to our house. Ohh! What's happening? The ladder's falling. but what's the banging noise? (looking out of the window) He's standing on a ladder and banging some nails into the wall with a hammer. It is ‘dark’ when pronounced before consonants and in final poisition.

. When I come later there's usually nothing left. What would you like? Leg of lamb.. You're early for lunch. please. Hello. b) slow 6 a) snacks. And would you like a plate of salad? It's lettuce with black olives. b) low 3 a)Jenny. b) lot 5 a) snow. b) light 2 a) no. Mr Allen. Unit 46 [ l ] ball Part 2 He laughs best who laughs last. This child is too small to ride this bicycle.Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1 a) night. It's a very difficult bicycle to . sir. And would you like a glass of lemonade? Yes please. You're looking lovely today. It's only eleven o'clock. Lily. Marvellous! I love olives.. In these words “I” has a slightly different sound: Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Bill Paul tell fall pull I’ll small fault Paul: Uncle Bill: Salesman: help myself holding difficult salesman a spoilt child always gentleman uncle bicycle careful beautiful sensible special little Dialogue: A spoilt little boy in a bicycle shop What a beautiful bicycle! Paul! Be careful! Excuse me. 57 . b)jelly Mr Allen: Waitress: Mr Allen: Waitress: Mr Allen: Waitress: Mr Allen: Waitress: Mr Allen: 4 a) knot. And a slice of melon and some yellow jelly. b) slack Dialogue: Early for lunch Hello Lily.

(Paul falls) It was Uncle Bill's fault. b) rain 3 a) glass. b) grass 6 a) flea.. Paul. b)Jerry 5 a) lane. Practice 1 Listen and repeat: Sound 1 long light load jelly fly glass Sound 2 wrong right road Jerry fry grass Test Tick the words you recognise in the sentences you hear: 1 a) long. I'll do it myself. sir. b) free Practice 2 Listen and repeat: Ruth Rita Rosemary Mrs Reed restaurant Russia everywhere in Europe very Jerry Paris married parent America interesting secretary pretty proud France waitress countries Austria 58 grownup Greece drives . I won’t fall. Don't pill the bicycle. It's . He was holding the bicycle. Don't help me. Unit 47 [ r ] rain Robert Rolly rolled the round roll around A round roll Robert Rolly rolled around If Robert Rolly rolled a round roll around Where is the round roll Robert Rolly rolled around? The real reason is really rather curious. b) correct 2 a) jelly. b) wrong 4 a) collect.Uncle Bill: Paul: Salesman: Paul: Uncle Bill: Paul: Be careful Paul! You always tell me to be careful.. But. This gentleman says it's a.. This is a very special bicycle. Be sensible. Uncle Bill..

Ruth? Oh. Rosemary is a waitress in a restaurant in Paris. When there is no vowel 59 . And what about Jerry and Roland? Jerry drives a lorry. And does Roland drive a lorry too? Oh. She's married to an electrician. And what about Rita? She's a secretary at the railway station. no.Practice 3 Listen and repeat: railway really Roland Mrs Randal Mrs Randal: Mrs Reed: Mrs Randal: Mrs Reed: Mrs Randal: Mrs Reed: Mrs Randal: Mrs Reed: Mrs Randal: Mrs Reed: Mrs Randal: Mrs Reed: Mrs Randal: Mrs Reed: Laura lorry library librarian cleverest electrician children Australia Dialogue : A proud parent Are all the children grown up now. Very interesting. Roland is a pilot. Really? Which countries does he drive to? France and Austria and Greece and Russia. Laura is the cleverest one. yes. And what about Rosemary? She was always a very pretty child. Really? Which countries does he fly to? Australia and America. Unit 48 [ r ] girl New York later quater depart weather airport afternoon announcer order passengers sir earlier forbidden are departure wonderful beer forecaster German dear supermarket upstairs four Dr Darling marvelous more Mr Martin emergency there storm sure worse The letter ‘r’ is silent in these words. He drives everywhere in Europe. She's a librarian in the public library.

yes. There's just a storm. “r” is silent. Where's the bar? It's upstairs. Ah! Here's an airhostess. sir. I don't understand. Has there been an emergency? Oh. This is a marvelous airport! Oh dear! I wanted to get to New York earlier. no.following it. and the weather forecast says it will get worse. And a supermarket.30 plane to New York will depart later this afternoon at four forty four. Excuse me. There's a bookshop too. sir. So the plane will leave a little later this afternoon. Our departure time is at four forty-four. Passengers on this flight are forbidden to leave the airport. Wonderful! I'm going to the bar to order some more German beer. 60 . Are you sure? Oh. Announcer: Dr Darling: Mr Martin: Dr Darling: Mr Martin: Air hostess: Mr Martin: Air hostess: Dialogue: In the airport The 2.

Wherever you fly you’ll be the best.| You can get so confused that you’ll start in to race down long wiggled roads at a break-necking pace and grind on for miles across weirdish wild space headed I fear a most useless place. I’m sorry to say. A place you could sprain both your elbow and chin.| Un-slumming yourself is not easily done. Just go right along. Everyone is just waiting. Waiting for a train to go or a bus to come or a plane to go or the mail to come or the rain to go or the phone to ring or the snow to snow or waiting around for a yes or no or waiting for their hair to grow.|| It’s opener here in the wide open air.| You are off to Great Places!| You have brains in your head. And you may not find any you’ll want to go down. but sadly it’s true that Bang-ups and Hang-ups can happen to you. OH! THE PLACES YOU’LL GO! || You’ll be on your way up! You’ll be seeing great sights. Don’t stew. You’ll pass the whole gang and you’ll soon take the lead.| …for people just waiting.| About some you will say: « I don’t choose to go there».|| You’ll look up and down the streets| Look them over with care. You’ll be left in a Lurch. You’ll start happening too. You’ll come down from the Lurch with an unpleasant bump and the chances are then that you’ll be in a Slump and when you are in a slump you’re not in much fun.| Out there things can happen| and frequently do to people as brainy and footsy as you.| Because sometimes you won’t. With your head full of brains and your shoes full of feet you are too smart to go down not so good street. And when things start to happen don’t worry. You’ll join the high fliers who soar to high heights. Congratulations! | Today is your day.| In that case. for the Uncle Jack or a pot to boil 61 . you head straight out of town. Except when you don’t.| The Waiting Place. Waiting for the fish to bite or waiting for a wind to fly a kite or waiting around for Friday night or waiting. And you are the guy who’ll decide where to go. perhaps. You won’t lag behind because you’ll have the speed. And your gang will fly on.| You can steer yourself any direction you choose. You can get all hang-ups in a prickly perch. of course.Read the text out with an appropriate intonation.|| You will come to a place where streets are not marked. Some windows are lighted but mostly they are darkened. Wherever you go you’ll top all the rest.| You are on your own and you know what you know.| You have feet in your shoes.| Do you dare to stay out? Do you dare to go in? | How much can you loose? How much can you win? And if you go in should you turn left or right…| or right and three quarters? Or may be not quite?| Or go around back and sneak in from behind?| Simple it’s not | I’m afraid you will find for a mindmaker-upper to make up his mind.

| Just never forget to be dexterous and deft and never mix up your right foot with your left. Games you can’t win cause you’ll play against you. I’m afraid that sometimes you’ll play lonely games too. With banner flip-flapping once more you’ll ride high|| Ready for anything in the sky. as you already know. You’ll get mixed up. On and on you will hike and I know you’ll hike far and face up to your problems whatever they are.| though your arms will get sore and your sneakers may leak. YOU’LL LOVE MOUNTAINS! So be you name Buxbaum or Bixby or Bray or Mordecai Ali Van Allen O’Shea you’ll be off to Great Places!| Today is your day!| YOUR MOUNTAIN IS WAITING! SO.|| Onwards up many a frightening creek. There are games to be won. Because sometimes you won’t.|| On you will go though the Hakken-kracks howl. There are some down the road between hither and yon that can scare you so much you won’t want to go on. of course. Fame. All Alone. And when you are along there’s a very good chance you’ll meet things that scare you right out of pants. You’ll be famous as famous could be with the wide world –watching your win on TV. And will you succeed?| Yes!| You will indeed!| (98 and ¾ percent guaranteed. be sure when you step. You’ll find the bright place where Boom Bands are playing.or a Better Break or a string of pearls or a wig with curls or Another Chance. You’ll get mixed up with many strange birds as you go.|| NO! That’s not for you.| Step with care and great tact. || Everyone is just waiting. Whether you like it or not. But on you will go though the weather be foul. Alone will be something you’ll be quite a lot. And remember that Life’s a Great Balancing act.) KID. GET ON YOUR WAY! 62 .|| Ready because you are that kind of a guy! Oh.|| So.| On you will go though your enemies prowl.| Somehow you’ll escape all that waiting and staying. And the magical thing you can do with that ball will make you the wining-est winner of all. Except when you don’t. places you’ll go! There’s fun to be done! There are points to be scored.

• Yes. 1 /. That is to say the beats or stress pulses in connected speech follow each other at roughly equal intervals of time: One Two Three Four This means that if there are any unstressed syllables between stresses. these have to be fitted in without delaying the regular beat of the stress pulses (printed in bold type throughout): One Two Three Four One and Two and Three and Four One and a Two and a Three and a Four One and then a Two and then a Three. then in larger combinations.and then a Four The more unstressed syllables there are after a stress. B/Two/Two/Two/Two. B /No/No/No/No. 2 63 . suitable for upper-intermediate and advanced learners. . John Sometimes a stress pulse is silent (indicated by A) • • A • Yes Yes A Yes /. A /Yes/Yes/Yes/Yes. that was probably necessary. The dialogues are dramatic. A /Oh. . A /Yes!/Yes!/Yes!/Yes! B /No/No/No/No. and can be used for listening comprehension at the same time as giving pronunciation practice. A /One/One/One/One. A /Two B /Two. A /Hm! B /Thanks. . The rhythm of English English is a 'stress-timed' language.Stress time Introduction Stress Time consists of 50 dialogues. the quicker they must be said in order to' catch' the next pulse : • • . A /Go!/Go! B /No/No. . • . in which the main rhythmical patterns of spoken English are presented first individually. A /One/One. then in pairs. B/Two/Two.

/Jenny! 6 /. but / January's / possible.. B / ٨ /٨/ Saturday. B /Coming! / Coming! B /Christopher. but I / wonder if he's / necessary? 12 /. a /Jimmy! /Jimmy! B /Jenny!/Jenny! A /Missed you.. I'll / come if it's in /January.. / Jenny! A /Like me... 64 . / ٨ / When can you / pay for it ? A /Saturday. / I wasn't / hiding them. A /February's / difficult. B / ٨ / Probably. A /Jimmy! /Jimmy! A /Carolyn.. / Can't it be in / January? B/Probably in / January. I / love it. / Margery! B / She doesn't /need it and /neither do we. B/Necessary? A /Necessary. A /٨/ Probably. / probably. / This is the / furniture. / Jimmy? B /Love you. B/Certainly in / January. / Where's my new / pullover? / Find it your / self. A /Dinner's / ready. B/Irritating? A /Irritating.. / Don't you / like it? B /Yes. A /٨ / Jimmy's / coming.. / Isn't it / terrible? / Terrible? / Terrible. A/Er. A /Saturday.. / This is Aunt / Agatha's / furniture.… A /Jonathan's an / irritating / fellow. / ٨/٨/ A / Where were you / hiding them? ٨/Jimmy's/come! B / Hiding them? A B A B / Hiding them. A /Jimmy! /٨/Jimmy! A / Where are my/spectacles? B /Coming! / ٨/ ٨/٨/Coming! B / Here are your / spectacles. /٨ A /When are you/bringing it? B /Saturday. 9 A B A B A /. B /Something /special? A /Chicken / curry. B /٨/ ٨/ ٨ /Mm 11 /.. B /Certainly he's / useful. /Jimmy! B /Missed you.. / possibly in / February. /٨ 8 /. A/Admirable. 7 /.. / Come and / get it. B /What’s for /dinner? A /Something /special.5 /. 10 /. / What's for / pudding? A /Wait and / see./m.… A /Will it be in / January? B/Possibly in / January. but he's / necessary.

A /٨ /Julia B /Yes? A /Oh! / This is a / difficult / thing to dis/cuss! B /Why should you / want to dis/cuss it at / all? A /Why? B /Yes. A/Twenty / pounds! / Does it / only / stop / once? B/Only/once. A/Certainly. / please. / Julia / Listen to / me! B /Yes./Yes. A/No / vegetables ' B /Just / chicken and a / little of the / pudding over / there. /Jenny.. / ٨ / Why don't you / buy me a / whisky in/stead? 65 . of I course. Ma/dame. B /Valerie. /Valerie. A/Pudding with the/meat? B /Naturally. A /Good. /٨ /.. A /No. / That’s what I / wanted to / tell you a/bout. /. 15 /.. /Fine. 17 /. A /٨/Jimmy! /٨/ NO. A /Now. /Jimmy! / ٨/ ٨/٨/٨/Oh! 16 /. /. /please. my /love? B /Where did you/buy it my/love? A /Anthony.. / please./Jenny. B/Yes.13 /.… /٨ A /Pendlebury! /٨ /Pendlebury! / / ٨ ٨ / ٨ / PENDLEBURY !!! B / ٨ / Pendelbury / Isn't in the / office on a / Saturday. A /No! /٨/No! /٨/NO. A /No.. / Jimmy. B/Twenty / pounds. and A /Pendlebury / isn't in the / office on a /Monday and a / Tuesday and a / Wednesday and a / Thursday and a / Friday. my/sweet? 18 /.. / Jenny. /Jimmy. B/٨/ Yes. / Anthony. / when did you / buy that new ~ A /How do you / like it. Uncle /Willy. /Jimmy! B /Jenny. B/Where's/home? A/Where the/train/stops. /. B /What did it/cost me. B /No. /Why? A /Oh. A /Well. A /Separately. /No. and so / Pendlebury's – B /Fired? 14 /. B/One/single/where? A/One / single / home.… A /Vegetables? B /No / vegetables. A/One/single. / how was the / trip? B /Fine. /٨ / Yes. / nothing. /٨/.

… A /Why was he / trying to em/barrass me? B /Probably he / wanted you to / notice him. // ٨ ٨ / Let's i/magine that /you are the /only / person / left in the / world ex/cept for / one other / person... /Janet. A /Why was he / rude to me ? B /Probably he's / planning to / marry you. / Billy's a A /Mr/Boddington!! 22 /. A /Who would you /choose./٨/. /.. A /Mr / Boddington. A / ٨/٨/ /Betty. / ٨/٨/ /That's 20 /.. B /John. but / Billy's / more than a/ nuisance.. / definitely.your / wife is / coming. /Is it /٨/morning? /No. B /What's the /question? A / ٨/ ٨ / Here's the / question. /٨/. A /Thank you. „.… A /Pendlebury's / coming in a / minute if he / can. B/Sorry. B /٨ /Splendid./.19 /. A /Why is he / talking to that / stupid little / Alison ? B /Why are you / letting him ? 66 . A /Mr / Boddington! B/Mrs /Bottomley! A /Why have you / beaten / Billy? B/Billy's a / nuisance. B /Hah! 21 /. it's / very / close to the a/partment that I / used to / live in. the / middle of the / after/noon. / please a/pologise! B/Sorry. B/Tell / Pendlebury. /٨ / tell him from his / boss. it's / Tuesday..… A /Come and/see us at our/new a/partment.. it's / February. / Come and have some/dinner with us. you / haven't / actually / told me / yet who / “us” is! 24 /. Doctor /Carrington? B /٨ / ٨/ ٨ / ٨ / Is my / wife in the / audience? A B A B A B /Is it /٨/ /January? /No. / positively / fired! A /Poor? / Pendlebury.. B /Where's your / new a/partment? / Is it in a/nother / district? A /No./. B/Coming in a /minute if he /can! A /٨ / Pendlebury / seems to be en/gaged.. /٨ /Interesting/question. A /This is a / question for / Doctor / Carrington.. /Come and / see us. /٨ / tell him that he's / fired! A /Permanently? B/Permanently. and it'll / soon be / time for an im/portant / visitor to / come and / see you . B /How about to/morrow? A /Round about / seven? We're at / home by / seven. /Is it /٨/Monday? /No.

... B /Well... / Yes. / four / men. the / General / Hospital! B /Now. / three. A /One... /٨ / ٨ / Thank you for / waiting so/patiently. /dear. but I / promise de/livery in / January. /. / ٨ / ٨ / Terribly / sorry a/bout the de/lay. / Yes. /٨/ ٨/ Definitely. B /Well. / Where's the / General / Hospital ? / Er. /how shall I/send it to you? B /Give it to Yvonne.… A /Yes././٨ /. B /When do I/get my/money? A /When you've / done it.her /name.../. / where's the / hospital ? B /Well. A /After she's/read it I sup/pose 29 /. / definitely.. /٨ /Certainly. /٨ /. /٨/ ٨/ Ready by /January. A /Please. 30 /. B I ٨/ ٨ / ٨ / Why did you / tell him you'll de/liver in / January? / ٨ / Probably it /won't be com/pleted by /February. ' .. B /٨/Erm. /dear. /when will you /do it for me? B /Will to/morrow/do? A /Yes..she'll / give it to me./. / fourteen. /Sammy. A /Is she re/liable? B /Perfectly re/liable . / Which do you / want? A /Either will / do. /٨ /”Definitely “ /٨ / each time you / talk to a / customer ? A /٨/ ٨ /Possibly. / ٨/ Definitely. the / General / Hospital A /Yes...it's Betty./..… A /Mike. B /Mm../. / " Certainly”. the / Fever /Hospital A /Not the/Fever/Hospital.. /٨/ProbablyA /Probably it / won't be com/pleted at / all. / sixteen / women. / fifteen. B /Definitely.. /٨ /.… A /Well. B /٨ / Thirteen. A /٨ /One/man to/four/women.. B /٨/٨/٨/ Ben./ please. 27 /. / Sammy. / two. /٨ / Isn't it a / fact that you / say./.. B /How do I/know I'll/get it? A /How will I /know you've / done it? /You and /I must / trust each /other. / Sammy. A /٨ /Splendid i/dea! B /٨ /Hm! / ٨ /Terrible ! 28 /. /. to/morrow will be/admirable. B /٨ / Four / women to / one / man. 26 /. / ٨ / Definitely. B /Didn't you/say that/either will/do? A /Where's the / other ?/ Quickly.../. there are / two /hospitals / here..… A /Certainly.. I sup/pose there's / 67 . 25 /.

B /٨But I'm /busy. A /٨ /٨/ BUT you can / trust /me. /٨ But per/naps I/ought to. B / ٨ is she/pretty? A / ٨ In a / sort of/ way she's / pretty. / Sam. 33 /٨./ Wellington! / ٨ We / haven't done / anything / wrong. /٨ But I'm a/little/late for – B /٨ It's in the / oven./٨ Po/lice! The po/lice! Mrs. /٨/ Mike! /٨/ ٨/ Mike!! B / ٨/٨/٨/٨ /٨/ ٨/ ٨/ YOU were a / nice / guy.. / ٨ But you're / busy. / Mike.. B /٨/ ٨/ A On your / head! 34 /٨…/. / Mike. A I ٨ It was / lovely. Mrs. / ٨They've / probably / made a 68 . / ٨ There was a /lovely / crowd of / people. /٨/ BUT. A /٨/Oh. / ٨It's/probably/someone for/Dorothy.. A /٨/ Is it/there? B /٨/ Is it/where? A /٨/ ON the / chair. Mrs / Wellington. A /٨/ It's /winning! / ٨ / ٨/ It's/ winning!! / ٨ it’s winning / /Willy! B / ٨/ ٨ The / winner! /٨ The / winner!! /٨/ ٨ Ter/rific!!! A / ٨ /٨ /٨ /٨ /٨ /٨ /٨/ It’s/won me-/٨ / it ’ s / won me. A / ٨ / thousand? /٨ But / didn't you / bet the / same a/mount as me? B /٨ I/didn't. I'm/busy. A / ٨/ And so she / died. / A It was ex/tremely / nice at / seven. B /٨/ She was a / fool! A /٨/ She was a/fool? /Why? B / ٨/ Because she / lied. B /٨/ And so she / died. A /٨ There's a /woman.. B / ٨/ On the/floor? A /٨/ On the / bed. / ٨ It was a / lovely / party. B /٨ In a/sort of/way. B / ٨/ By the / door ? A / ٨/ On the / floor. B / ٨He's / knocking a/gain.. B / ٨/ On the/chair? A / ٨/ the / door. / ٨ But at e/leven – A /٨ It'll be / lovely. / ٨ It was a / lovely / party. / darling. /٨ In my /office./٨ a / hundred / dollars! B / ٨It's/won me-/٨/ ٨ a {thousand I dollars. B /٨ ButI'm/busy! A /٨ But she's / sure you'll / want to / see her... /٨ It'll be /lovely 36 /٨. / ٨And she/ says she / wants to / see you.. 35 /٨../.. A / ٨Well she /says she /wants to /see you. A /٨/ She was a / nice / girl././. 38 A /٨.no al/ternative. B /٨ YOU had a / party./٨٨ /٨ It's / won me . / Sam. /٨ I'll /open the /curtains and / see who it ./. / Wellington.

I / A promise you.. B / ٨/ Are you comfortable? A /Reasonably. as you / said ? A / ٨/ He'll be / born on the e/leventh at e/leven. / ٨ ex / asperating A /Beautiful and B /Captivating / woman mis/take. B / ٨/ Do you / think it'll be / born on the e/leventh. A / ٨He was con/siderate.… A / ٨/ IS there /sugar in it? B / ٨/ YOU pre/fer it with / sugar in it. A / ٨/E R . and / none of us / ever sus/pected that / something pe/culiar was / happening. and we / ought to in/form them that . and / look at the / engine. B / ٨ / ٨ /٨If I'm / interested. B / ٨He was a / comical / fellow. / ٨ in/furiating B / ٨ Un/reasonable. B/ ٨ He was a / marvellous / treasurer. A / ٨ And he was / humorous. I / usually / do./.39 /٨. / ٨A S I/ say.. I / promise you.. / ٨/ Punctually! 69 .. the / en / ٨ It's in / perfect con/dition. B / ٨ But it / seems a bit / rusty. Mrs. but it's /recently been / making me a / bit /sick. B / ٨ He was a/ gentleman./. /Wellington? 40 /٨…/. as I / said.… A / ٨ She's /irritating! B / ٨ ln/furiating! A / ٨ Un/reasonable! B / ٨ Ex / asperating! A /٨ / An / irritating./.… A / ٨He was a / wonderful / treasurer. A / ٨/ Yes. / where have you / gone../٨ /٨/٨/ Well. B / ٨ / Mm// ٨ And in/”perfect con/dition”? A /Certainly. A / ٨ And that the/joke was on/us! 42 /٨./ ٨ /٨/ probably / this is more / suitable. / ٨ /٨ I shall / bring my me/chanic to /look at it. it's in / perfect con/dition but . A / ٨t's a / wonderful / bargain. 41 /٨..

/ ٨/ And I'll / see you later. / ٨/ I / think he's/ugly. I/didn't! A / ٨/ Ouch! / ٨/ You/ hit me! B / ٨ /٨/ l/did! 43 44 A B A B A B A B A /٨/. /Why? / ٨/ For/get it. / ٨/ small/cabbage. /٨/. / ٨/ I was / busy on / Monday../.. / ٨/ Can I/see her? / ٨/ You can/see them/both at about/six / ٨/ Well. / ٨ /٨/ Take/half a/dozen../. / ٨/ you were / going to / mend it. / ٨/ He's / vain. / ٨/ It's a / wonderful / flavour. / Sister./. / Where are you / going? / ٨/ For the / tools. A / ٨/ It's the/smell of it! B / ٨/ It's / marvellous. / ٨/ And I'll / 48 45 A B A B A B A A B A B A B A A B A B A B 70 /٨. / ٨ /٨/ I will re/pair it my/self. A / ٨/ You/did! B / ٨/ I /didn't! A / ٨/ You/did! B / ٨/ I /didn't! A / ٨/ You/did! / ٨/ You/did! B /No./. / ٨/ He's / quite / handsome. / ٨/ He's /rather / clever./. / ٨ /٨/ He/didn't say that./. / ٨/ and a / small / cabbage. / ٨/ Con/ceited.. / ٨ /٨ /٨/ l'm a/father! / ٨/ And it's . / ٨/ He's/rich./Peter. I'm ex/tremely / grateful. / ٨/ I'll re/pair it to/morrow./. / ٨/ I / couldn't.٨. A / ٨/ You can / eat it / for me. / ٨ /٨/ It was / rather ex/pensive. / ٨/ Some / eggs.. B / ٨/ Did you/buy them/here? / ٨/ I / don't re/member. A / ٨/ Well en /joy it... / ٨/ will you/do it this/evening? / ٨/ I'm / sorry. / Gladys! B / ٨/ But it's I nice if you /taste it. then 46 / ٨/ The / smell of it! / ٨/ It's the / smell of it./. / ٨ /٨/ He/did... / ٨/ And my /wife? / ٨/ She was a / marvel. / ٨/ And the/eggs? / ٨/ A dozen? / ٨/ Are they/fresh? / ٨/ Are they / fresh ? / ٨ /٨/ Of / course they're / fresh./. / ٨/ I/promise you. A / ٨/ The/last/eggs I/bought. / /٨ ٨/ they were/bad. / ٨/ It's a/boy. / ٨/ He/knows it! / ٨ /٨ /٨/ He / thinks you're / pretty.٨. / ٨/ And she's / fine./. / ٨/ / On / Monday. / Charlie./A And it's a/big one. / ٨/ Well.٨. / ٨ /٨/ Per/haps I / did./. /٨/. / ٨/ but I'm /off to a / meeting. / ٨ /٨/ /Per/haps I /didn't../٨/. / can't you ? B / ٨/ I sup/pose I can / eat it.٨./..

/ ٨/ But in / English. / ٨/ He’s the / regional / champion.do . / ٨/ I must / buy some / flowers.im .٨. a/boy! / ٨/ I must /do some/shopping / quickly.what .. / ٨ /٨/ And a /train.. / ٨/ And they were / hopeless at / golf. 50 Combination plus A / ٨/ So in the /case of / syllable-/ timed / languages. / ٨ /٨/ You see you / never have a / sense of pro/ portion.it .. / ٨/ And it's ex/tremely im/portant to / try to get the / rhythm of the / language / right. I'm in/love with him.you . / ٨/ But / this is / different. and . / ٨/ And the / fellow with the / wife and the in/numerable / children.por .tant. / Marilyn. I re/member. and / What do I / mean by ”i/sochronous”? / ٨/ Well. B / ٨ ٨/ Any / questions? A Why . 49 A B A B A B A /٨/.chro – nous”? A / ٨/ Why is it im/portant.mean -by – “ i . you / know! 71 . I ‘ll / tell you.so ./. / ٨/ it's the /syllables that are i/sochronous../.meet you out/side.is . / ٨/ YOU were in / love with the /architect. / ٨/ And the so/llcitor. / ٨/ But it'd be a / pity to / change that ex/tremely/charming pronunci/ation. I can / promise you.… / ٨/ And you're/fond of him? / ٨/ Well. / ٨/ it's the /sentence / stresses that arc i/sochronous..

How've you been? -Just fine. Jack. -It's good to see you. -How's Jack? -He's sick. this is Bill -Bill? Bill who? -Bill Brown -Oh hi. you are back? -Jack. how‘ve you been? -Hello. -How’s Marry? -She’s fine. Hi. -How are the children? -They are fine. -Oh. how are you? -Hi. Hello. how are you? -Fine. -So am I. how are you? -HI. -Hello. Hello. Hello. How've you been? -Just fine. How's Bill? -He's fine. how are you? -Fine. -Hello. -I’m so glad you are back. It’s been a long time. how are you? Unit 1 Greetings. how are you? -I'm fine. Item 4. -I haven’t seen you for a long time. -So am I.Small talk Item 1. Jack. /2 -It's so good to see you. how are you? /3 -Fine. -How've you been? -Just fine. It’s been a long time. how've you been? /3 -Just fine. how are you? -Fine. How's Jack? -Hi. you are back? I haven’t seen you for a long time. Hello -Hi Sue. how've you been? It's so good to see you. how are you? 72 . no Item 3. -I'm so glad you are back. -How's the job? -It’s fine. how are you? -HI. -I'm so glad you are back /3 Jack. Item 5. How've you been? -Just fine. Item 2. -So am I. /2 -It’s good to see you. Jack.

Unit 2. 73 . -How do you spell it? -M A R Y. Item 4. -Thank you. Item 1. Introductions. -Nice to meet you -Nice to meet you. What's your name? Where are you from? -What's your name? Where are you from? /3 -How long have you been here? /2 Item 5. -Hi. -How do you pronounce it? -MARY. I’m so glad to meet you. I'm glad to meet you. I've heard so much about you. -Hello. I've heard so many nice things about you. Harry. I'm glad to meet you. this is Mary. -I’ve heard so many nice things about you /2. I've heard so many nice things. -Harry. -Nice to meet you. Item 3. I’d like you to meet my sister Mary. I’ve heard so much about you. I'm glad to meet you. I'm glad to meet you Item 2. -How do you do? -How do you do? -Harry. -Thank you. Nice to meet you. What's your first name? How do you spell it? -What's your first name? -Mary. I'm glad to meet you. -Nice to meet you. -Nice to meet you. so many nice things. I’m glad to meet you. this is Mary. -How do you do. -I'm glad to meet you. Mary? I'm very glad to meet you. -Harry. this is Mary. I've heard so much about you / 3 -Thank you. -Thank you. Identifying yourself and others.

Item 3. Item 4. no. see you tomorrow /2 -Bye-bye. It was nice seeing you again. It was nice seeing you. We really are -I’m gonna miss you too. see you tomorrow /3 -Bye-bye. -We’re gonna miss you. good-bye. -Have a nice weekend. We gonna miss you. -Please don’t go. Please don’t go /2. -We’re gonna miss you. no. -Have a nice weekend. Unit 4. Say hello to Harry. You too -Have a nice weekend. -We’re gonna miss you. I really am. -It's getting late. -I will. -It was nice seeing you again. -Please don’t go. You too. You too -Have a nice weekend. I really am. -I enjoyed it too. -Thanks. Have fun. -Bye-bye Jack. -It was nice seeing you.Unit 3. -Thanks. -I’m gonna miss you too /2. -I will. -It's getting late and I really hate to say good-bye. -Thanks. See you on Monday. Item 2. We really are /2. I enjoyed seeing you. -I enjoyed it too. -So long Gerry. -Please don’t go. -It was so nice. Byebye. -Thanks. see you tomorrow. -Thanks. We are really gonna miss you /2. bye-bye -So long. -It was so nice. Giving and 74 . Item 1. I’m really gonna miss you. Say hello to Bill. -I’ve got to go home. -I will. -Please don’t go -It's getting late. See you tomorrow. Saying good-bye. Item 6. -Oh. We really are -I’m gonna miss you too. -It's getting late. Say Hello to Marry. Item 5. -It's getting late and I really hate to say good-bye but I’ve got to go home. Have a nice weekend. It's getting late. -Thanks. Have a nice weekend. -Please don’t go. good-bye. See you on Monday. Tell her I miss her. you too. -Oh. -Bye-bye -Good-bye. Good-bye Harry. Say Hello to Marry. -I enjoyed seeing you again. Good-bye. -Good-bye. -It's getting late /3 and I really hate to say good-bye. It was nice seeing you. Please don’t go /2. -Thanks. Tell him I miss him. -Good-bye Harry. Say hello to Jill.

-It’s beautiful. -That's a nice colour on you. Are they new? -Yes they are. I don't. You are very kind. -Yes. -Where did you get them? -I got them in Mazy’s. -That’s a nice colour on you -Thanks a lot. you do. -They are beautiful. no. Item 5. I mean it. -Oh. 75 . -Thank you. -You haven't changed a bit. I'm glad you like it. -Yes it is. Item 4. I am glad you like it. I'm glad you like them. -Thank you. -Thank you. -Thank you. -Thank you. -You look wonderful. -So do you. I’ve had it for years. You really do. That’s not true. I mean it. I’ve had them for years. -No. You haven't changed a bit. -Thank you. I don't. I'm very glad you like it. Item 2. You are very kind. Is it new? -Oh. -You look wonderful today. -I like your gloves. -That's a nice sweater. -That's a wonderful colour on you. You look wonderful today. You really do speak English very well. Item 1. -Yes. -You look wonderful today. -You speak English very well. You haven't changed a bit. -Those are nice boots. -You look marvelous. -So do you. You speak English very well. -Neither have you /2. -Where did you get them? -I got them in London. I really mean it. Is it new? -Yes it is. I really mean it. you do. -No I don't. -Thanks a lot. no. -No. -So do you. -Thank you. -So do you. -No. -So do you. -Neither have you. You look marvelous.receiving complements. Item 3. Are they new? -Oh. -You look terrific. -Where did you get it? -I got it in India. I like your gloves. You really do speak English very well. That's a nice sweater. not really. -I like your ring. -They are beautiful. -Yes. -Where did you get it? -I got it in Mazy’s -It's beautiful. -You look marvelous. no. you do. -No. -Thanks a lot.

-Let's have dinner tonight -All right. -Let's have dinner tonight -All right. -Can YOU come over /3 for a drink tonight? -I'd live to /2. Item 3. Let’s have lunch. You call me. -OK. /2 -When’s the best time to call you? -I'm usually at home after 7. -OK. It's wonderful. It’s wonderful. -Oh. Inviting. Item 2. -Bye. or I call you. -We are having a party next 76 . You call me. very good. -Bye. -What time should I come? /2. -I really wish I could. -Can YOU come over for a drink tonight? -I'd live to. But I'm afraid I can't. We are having a party . -Come around 6 if you can.Item 6. It’s wonderful. -Can you come over for a lunch tomorrow? -I wish I could. -OK. -It's terrible. very good. Let’s have lunch together some day. -Let’s have lunch today. refusing. Item 1. I'm sorry.Can you come over? -Can you come over for dinner tonight? -I’d like that very much. not very good. -OK. that's too bad. -I'm afraid my English is not -Don't be silly. -I'm afraid my English is not -Don't be silly. I'm afraid my English is -Don't be silly. or I call you /2. Item 4. -Can you come over for dinner tonight? -I’d like that very much. accepting. I’ll call you. -I’m afraid my English is not -Don't be silly. very good. -All right. -Don't be silly. -It's terrible. ____________________________________________________________ Unit 5. -Let’s have dinner /3 tonight. -Let’s have lunch today. -Come around 6 if you can. -You call me /3 or I'll call you /2. -Let's have lunch /3 today. -When’s the best time to call you? /2 -I'm usually at home after 7.

Saturday night. Let’s go. I like it. Asking for and giving an opinion.Saturday night. Can you come? -Neither do I. tonight. Sounds good. I love it. Sounds great. -Good. I’d love to. -We are having a party next -So do I. -We are having a party. -I like it. -That sounds nice. tonight. That sounds ________________________________________________________________ Unit 6. I like it. Let’s go. Can you come? -I’d love to /2. it’s Item 1. How do you like it? -How do you like it? -I love it. -I feel like going to the movies Sounds like fun. I’d love to. I like it a lot. It’s all right. -Is this all right? -It’s wonderful. -Do you like it? -I like it a lot. Can you come? -I don’t feel like studying tonight. Item 2. -I do too. Item 3. the movies tonight? -We are having a party next -Would you like to go to the Saturday night. Item 4. Can you come? movies tonight? -I’d love to. Expressing likes and dislikes. I like it a lot. 77 . -I’m glad. -I’m glad. -I really like it very much /2. -Will this be OK? -It’s all right. I’d love to. Do you like it? -Do you like it? -I like it a lot. -I’m glad. -Do you like it? Do you really like it? /3. -How do you like it? -I like it a lot. -How do you like it? -I like it a lot. -Is this OK? -It’s wonderful. -I’d love to /2. I guess. I love it. I love it /2 -I like it very much /2. I like it a lot. -I like it a lot. -I’m glad you like it. I guess. I’d love to. I guess. It’s wonderful. -I’d love to /2. I hope -I feel like going to the movie you can come. -Is this OK? -It’s wonderful. Let’s go. I like it a lot. I’m glad you like it. Can you come? great. That sounds Item 5. Would you like to go to great.

You can do it. -Don’t give up. -I give up. -Don’t give up. -I hate it. -Don’t give up. awfully sorry you feel that way. -I’ve read it twice. Item 3. -I’ve read it three times. it’s all right. -It’s not quite right. I guess. you can do it. Read it again. I cannot do it. -Don’t give up. -I cannot do it. I’m afraid it’s not quite right. Giving encouragements. Try it again. you can do it. -Yes you can. I don’t like it all. -Not at all /2. -I hate it /2. Item 2. I don’t like it a bit. If I can do it Item 1. -Is this all right? -Not quite. I don’t like it at all. -I give up. I cannot stand it. -I cannot do it. -I’m sorry you feel that way /2. I couldn’t understand. It’s not quite right. -Is this all right? -Not quite. I don’t like it at all. it’ll do. -Yes you can. -I can’t do it. Unit 7. -Is this all right? -Not quite. -I cannot do it /2. Try it again. -Don’t give up. -Yes you can. It’s not quite right. -I don’t like it. -I hate it. -Not a bit /2. -Are you sure it’s OK? -It’s all right I guess. -I don’t like it. I don’t like it at all. If I can do it you can do it. I cannot stand it.all right. -I’ve read it once. Not quite right /2. I cannot do it. you can do it. -Are you sure it’s OK? -It’ll do. I cannot stand it. -I hate it. Try it again. You can do it. -Don’t give up. -I don’t like it at all. I cannot stand it. I cannot do it. -No I can’t. Read it again. -It’ll have to do /2. it’ll do. I give up. Making excuses. -Yes you can. I cannot stand it /4. I couldn’t understand. I couldn’t understand. You can do it. Expressing ability or inability to do smth. -Yes you can.I can’t do it. -I hate it. I don’t like it at all. 78 . -Do you think I can do it? -Of course you can. -I don’t like it a bit. Item 5. Item 6. I’m ___________________________________________________________ -No I can’t. Read it again -I give up. -Yes you can /2.

He was born in Japan. You are getting better all the time. I’m coming down with a cold. You are doing fine. -Can you speak Spanish? -Not very well. -I’m so sorry. -I’m terribly sorry. Item 5. I’m coming down with a cold. Apologizing. no! That’s too bad /2 -I’m afraid I won’t be able to go. It’s her native language. -That’s all right. -Can you speak French? -Just a little. -Do you think I can do it? -Of course you can. You are doing fine. You are doing fine. Item 1. Will I ever learn to speak English? -Will I ever learn to speak English? -Of course you will. -Can you speak Chinese? -Not at all. It’s not that hard. -Will I ever learn? /2 -Of course you will. Believe me. you can do it too. it’s not that hard. -Can you understand Turkish? -Not at all. -Can you understand your teacher? -Most of the time. You are getting better all the time. I have to work tomorrow. If I can do it you can do it too. -I’m afraid I won’t be able to go. You can do it just as well as I can. I’m sorry. -Can you understand French? -Just a little. You are getting better all the time. -I’m sorry. Item 4. -That’s all right. That’s all right. no! What a shame! /2 -I’m afraid I won’t be able to go. -Will I ever learn? /2 -Of course you will. 79 . Can you speak English? -Can you speak English? -Not very well. She was born in France. You are getting better all the time. If I can do it. I’m coming down with a cold. -Oh. Believe me. I’m afraid I won’t be able to go. You are getting better every day. -Can she speak French? -Of course she can. -Do you think I can do it? -Of course you can. I’m afraid I won’t be able to go. I have to work tomorrow. Accepting an apology. I’m afraid I won’t be able to go. -Can you understand Spanish? -More or less. -Am I doing all right? /2 -Of course you are. -Can she speak Japanese? -Of course he can. It’s his native language. Unit 8. Item 6. -Oh.you can do it too.

-I’m terribly sorry.||2 I shouldn’t have done it. -What for? /2 -I’m sorry about last night. -It doesn’t matter. It’s not important. Don’t worry about it. -Pardon me. You couldn’t help it. -I shouldn’t have done it. -Excuse me. -I’m sorry I did it. I shouldn’t have done it. Excuse me. -It doesn’t matter. -That’s all right. Don’t be 80 . You couldn’t help it. No problem. Never mind. /2 -It doesn’t matter. -It doesn’t matter. -I’m terribly sorry. Item 4. -That’s OK. It’s all my fault. Never mind. -There’s nothing to apologise for. .Never mind. -I’m very sorry. -I’m sorry I’m late. That’s OK. -It’s all my fault. I shouldn’t have worn it. I’m sorry I did it. -I’m sorry about last night. -I’m terribly sorry. It was my mistake. -That’s all right. Never mind. -It doesn’t matter. silly. -Don’t be silly. -I’m really sorry. -That’s OK. honestly. Excuse me. I’m afraid I owe you an apology. -I should have told you. I’m really sorry. /2 -There’s really nothing to apologise for. nо problem. Don’t worry about it. Don’t worry about it. Never mind. It really doesn’t. . I’m afraid I owe you an apology. -There’s nothing to apologise for. I shouldn’t have taken it. It really doesn’t. I’m sorry I wore it. Don’t worry about it. I shouldn’t have written it. That’s all right. Item 5. -I’m sorry I took it. -Please. -I should have told you. -I’m terribly sorry.-That’s all right. Don’t worry about it. -I’m afraid I owe you an apology. honestly. -I’m really sorry. -That’s OK. Item 3. It’s all my fault. That’s all right. It’s all my fault. I’m terribly sorry. Item 2. -I’m sorry about last night. -It’s not your fault. -Pardon me. -It’s not your fault.Never mind. -It doesn’t matter. That’s all right. I shouldn’t have done it. nо problem. I’m sorry I wrote it. I’m awfully sorry. Never mind. honestly. Don’t worry about it. It doesn’t matter. That’s all right.

please -Please. -Tuna salad /2 tuna salad sandwich. -Chicken soup. -I'd like a large bowl of chicken soup /3 and a tuna salad sandwich on a whole-wheat toast. What are you gonna drink? -I haven't decided yet. What are you gonna have? -Chicken soup. -Chicken. I’d like a sandwich. What are you gonna have? -Chicken soup. -Chicken soup. Chicken soup. What are you gonna have? -1 haven't decided yet. Whole wheal toast. What are you gonna have? -I haven't decided yet. What are you gonna have? -Chicken soup. /2 -I'd like a tuna salad sandwich on a whole-wheat toast. hm.I’d like a cup of soup. -I think I'll have the same. That sounds good. That sounds good. -Please. /2 -I'd like a tuna salad sandwich on a whole-wheat toast. What are you gonna have? -Chicken soup. I think I'll have 81 . Chicken soup. What are you gonna have? -I haven't decided yet. pass the salt. Item 2. pass the salt. Item 4. Unit 9._______________________________________________________________ the same. That sounds good. /3 -Please. I haven’t decided yet. Item 3. -I’d like a large cup of soup. I’d like a cup of soup. -Please. -Salt and pepper. hm. -I'd like a bowl of soup. /2 Item 5. /2 -Rice and beans/2 -Whole wheat toast. Hm. -Pass the salt and pepper. -I think I'll have the same. -Chicken soup. pass the pepper. -Whole wheal toast. That sounds good. pass the pepper. -Hm. -I’d like a sandwich /2 I’d like a tuna salad sandwich. I’d like a large bowl of soup. -What are you gonna have for lunch? -1 haven't decided yet. Item 1. What are you gonna have for desert? -I haven't decided yet. What are you gonna have? -What are you gonna have? -Chicken soup. -Chicken soup. Chicken soup. Talking about food. -I'd like a bowl of soup. That sounds good. . -I'd like a large bowl of chicken soup. Salt and pepper.

-How much does it cost? -It costs a lot. nickels.How much does it cost? It costs a lot. pass the butter. ______________________________________________________________ Unit 10. Pass the bread and butter.Two -Pennies. /2 Item 5. Item 4. pass the bread. -Let me have it. I cannot afford it. save it. /2 -Spend it. -Pennies. Oh. dimes and quarters. -Please. -How much does it cost? -It costs a lot. /2 -How many quarters in a dollar? -Four -How many nickels in a dime? -Two. . -Spend it. It costs a lot. /2 -How many pennies in a nickel? -Five -How many nickels in a dime? -Two -Pennies. please. I’ll get it. Why don't you buy it? I can’t afford it. /2 -Save it. It’s hot worth it. -Why don't you buy it? 82 -I cannot afford it. about Item 1. I can’t’ believe how much it costs. Please. Dimes and quarters. -How much does it cost? -It costs a lot. pass the pepper. It costs a lot to live in the city. Please. -Oh. an awful lot. Bread and butter. -I'll get it. Item 3. Talking money. -Spend it. I cannot afford it. nickels. Put it in the bank. Pennies. no. dimes and quarters. nickels. -Save it. I'll get it. /2 -How many dimes in a dollar? -Ten -How many nickels in a dime? . dimes and quarters. nickels. -Save it. -Pennies. I’ll get it. It's my turn. no. Take \t out of the Bank. nickels. Put it in the Bank. Please. dimes and quarters. It costs a lot to eat out these days. It’s too expensive. -Oh. -How much does it cost? -It costs a lot. pass the salt. -Save it. I’ll get it. -PUT it in me Bank. -I'll get it. Item2 . no. -Why don't you buy it? -I don't have the money.-Salt and pepper. -Spend it.

blue sky. . -Clear. -Let me have it. -Do you think it's gonna snow? -I hope so. Item 5 . It’s bitter cold. It's hot today. -It's beautiful today. Do you think it's gonna rain? -Do you think it's gonna rain? -I hope not. -Clear. -It's too hot to work. -It's freezing. This time let's split it. /2 Do you think it's gonna rain? -I hope not. It’s bitter cold. -You got it last time. time. It's my turn. -Clear. this time. I’ll get it -You got it last time. -Wear something warm. -It's hot today. isn't it? -It certainly is. too hot to walk to work today. -You got it last time. Let's split it. -Nice day today /2 day today /2 Nice day today. It’s bitter cold. -It looks like rain. -It's cold outside. I’ll get it next time. ________________________________________________________________ Unit 11. -It looks like snow. Hot and humid. -Too hot! Much too hot! /2 -It's too hot to work. blue sky. I’ll get it -Let's split it /2. -It's too hot. It's bitter cold. Hot and humid /2. -Look at the sky! It's clear as a bell. -Let me have it. -It's a nice day today. Wear something warm. too hot to walk to work today. It's my turn. Item 1. 83 Item 4. -Do you think it's gonna snow? -I hope so. isn't it? /2 -It sure is /2. blue sky. Let’s split it this this time.blue sky. too hot to play. It’s a beautiful day. isn't it? -It certainly is. Hot and humid. -It's cold outside. /2 -Look at the sky! It's clear as a bell. It’s a nice day today.-Let me have it. It's my turn. isn’t it? -It's a nice day today. Clear. It’s bitter cold. Item 3. /2 Do you think it's gonna snow? -I hope so. -Clear. Item 2. Talking about the weather. -Hot and humid -It's too hot. blue sky. too hot to play. It’s bitter cold. -Do you think it's gonna rain? -I hope not. It’s cold outside. Not a cloud in the sky. -It's cold outside. It’s a beautiful day. -Hot and humid. -Put on your sweater.

-You cannot miss it. -That's a long time. -Are the stores open tomorrow? -They open from 9 to 5. Walk two blocks and turn left. It takes a long. -Is there a coffee shop near here? -Yes there is. Walk two blocks and turn right. -Is this a Down Town Bus? -Yes it is. long time.Unit 12. -It opens at 5 and closes at 9. -That's a long. -Does this bus go down town? -Yes. Down Town Bus. -When do they open? -They open at 9. Item 3. How long does it take? -How long does it take? -It takes a long time. -Is there a phone near here? 84 . -It takes 3 and half months. -Are the stores open tomorrow? -They are open from 9 to 5. -How long does it take? -It takes a long time.Asking for and giving information. -That's a long time. Yes there is. Walk two blocks and turn right. -Is the post office open tomorrow? -It's open from 9 to 5. Walk two blocks and turn right. Turn right/2. -Is there a newspaper stand near here? -Yes there is. It's OPEN from 9 to 5. Is the post office open tomorrow? -Is the post office open tomorrow? -It's open from 9 to 5. Down town bus. Yes there is. Item 2. -What time does it close? -It closes at 5. -It lakes 15 days. -Is this a Down Town Bus? -Yes it is. -Turn left /2 Walk two blocks and turn left. Walk two blocks and turn right. it does. -It takes 24 hours. -Are the stores open tomorrow? -They are open from 9 to 5. Item 1. -Is there a bank near here? -Yes there is. -Down Town. -That's a long time. Item 5. long time. Down town. Walk two blocks and turn right. -What time does it open? -IT opens at 9. -Yes there. Down Town Bus. -How long does it take? -It takes a long time. /2 -Is this a Down Town Bus? -Yes it is. -When do they close? -They close at 5.

-Thanks a million. -I’m glad you like it. /3.Thanks a lot for I was able to help. -That was so nice. The pleasure was mine -It’s perfect. Thanks a lot. -I wanted to. I was happy to do it. Thank you very much. Thanks a lot. -I’m glad you like it. I’m -Don’t mention it. -Thank you very much. -Thank you so much. That was awfully nice of you. I’m so glad. I appreciate this. -I love it. Thanks a lot. I’m glad I was able to help. -Thank you very much. could do it. -That was very nice. I wanted. I’m so glad. -Thanks again.Unit 13. -You are welcome. -Thanks a million. -I’m glad I was able to help. -You shouldn’t have done it. It’s just what -It was my pleasure. Item 2. I’m so glad -Don’t mention it. 85 . -I’m so glad. Item 1.Giving and receiving thanks. -I’m glad I could do it. I appreciate it. /3 -You are welcome. -I’m glad I could do it. -You are welcome. Thanks a lot for everything. I’m glad I could do it. -You are welcome. Thank you very much. -That was very nice of you. -I’m glad you like it. -I’m glad I could do it. -You are welcome. /2 . I was happy to do it. -It’s just the right size. -Thank you very much. -Thanks again. I was happy to do it. -It’s just the right color. you like it. -Thank you very much. glad I could do it. I’m so glad. Thanks again. -Thanks again. It’s -Any time. -That was awfully nice. -Thanks again. -Thanks again. -Thanks again. Item 4. -I’m glad I was able to help. just what I wanted. -You are welcome. -I’m glad. -Thank you. -Thank you. -It’s just what I wanted. -That was awfully nice of you. -I’m glad you like it. I’m glad I everything. Item 5. -It’s just what I wanted. I appreciate this. -I enjoyed doing it. Item 3 Thank you so much. I’m glad -Thanks a lot. -I’m glad you like it. -Thanks again.

Does it make any sense to you? 86 . -I thought you had them. Who has the key? -Who has the key? -What key? -My key. I can’t understand what he’s saying. I’m very confused. I can’t. -When are we supposed to go? Where are we supposed to be? What are we supposed to do? -I thought you knew. -This is confusing. -What am I supposed to do? -I thought you knew. This is confusing. I was counting on you. /2 It’s confusing. I’m very confused. -Where’s the hotel? Where is the car? -I’m not quite sure just where we are. I can’t understand him. Do you? -No. -I am too. -This is confusing. -What am I supposed to do? -I thought you knew. I can’t understand what he’s saying. -What are we supposed to do? -I thought you knew. -I’m very confused. I don’t understand this at all. -What do we do? Where do we go? -Don’t ask me. What are we supposed to do? -What are we supposed to do? -I thought you knew. Expressing confusion Item 1.Unit 14. -So am I. I’m very confused. Item 5. -Neither do I. I gave them to you. -Who has the money? -What money? -My money. I can’t understand it -I’m all mixed up. I was following you. -I thought you had them. -Where shall we go? What shall we do? -Don’t ask me. Where do we go? -Where do we go? What do we do? -Don’t ask me. -When am I supposed to go? Where am I supposed to be? What am I supposed to do? -I thought you knew. I don’t. -Neither can I. I can’t understand him. Does this make sense to you? -Does this make sense to you? -No. I gave it to you. I’m very confused. Can you? -This is confusing. Can you? -No. -I’m totally lost. He is talking too quickly. I gave them to you. ITEM 4. I can’t figure it out. Item 3. I don’t know. -I thought you had it. -Who has the tickets? -What tickets? -Our tickets. ITEM 2. -No.

How about nine? -How about nine? -Nine is fine. What are you gonna do? -What are you gonna do when you finish this course? -I’m not quite sure. I haven’t decided. -How about three? -That’s fine with me. -How about two? -It’s up to you. Are you busy tomorrow? -I’m free at two. ITEM 3. How about eight? -That’s a little too late. -Are you going to get a job? -It all depends. So much to do. What are you going to do? -I’m not quite sure. MAKING PLANS. ITEM 2. I’m not quite sure. I don’t know what to do first. ITEM 1. I’m sorry but eight’s just a little too late. Let’s make a date. -Can we get together tomorrow at 3? -I’m sorry that’s a little too early for me. -Let’s make a date. -Are you going to take a trip? -It all depends. -I’ve got so much to do. I’m not quite sure. 87 . . -Are you going to buy a car? -It all depends. I’ve got so much to do today. I finish at three. Are you going to stay? -It all depends. So much to do today. So much to do. When are you free? -Call me tomorrow. I don’t know what to do first. -I’ve got so much to do. -I’ve got so much to do.UNIT 15. What are your plans? Are you going to stay here? -I’m not quite sure. -How about eight? -Eight’s too late. What about you? -That’s fine with me. I’ll meet you at two. I’m not quite sure. ITEM 4. -I’d love to see you. -I’ve got so much to do today.

Will you be here next year? -Will you be here next year? -I will. So many things to do. I don’t know where to begin. if all goes well. -Is three OK? What about three? -Whatever you say is fine with me. I won’t be here. -What will you do. I will. What about you? What are you gonna do? -I haven’t decided. Yes. -What about nine? -Nine is fine. What about you? 88 . I’ve got so many things to do. if all goes well. if doesn’t go well? -If it doesn’t go well. I don’t know where to begin. ITEM 5. 2 times So much to do. -I’ve got so much to do. If all goes well. I will.-Is eight too late? -Not at all. -Is two OK? -Whatever you say. 2 times I’ve got so much to do. The later the better.

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