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November 27, 2007

LESSON 1:

ENGLISH SENTENCES Listen to the example. Hello. (Hello.) How are you? (How are you?) Fine. (Fine.) Fine, thank you. (Fine, thank you.) Okay, thanks. (Okay, thanks.) Good morning. (Good morning.) Good afternoon. (Good afternoon.) Good evening. (Good evening.) Excuse me. (Excuse me.) What time is it? (What time is it?) It is 2 o'clock. (It is 2 o'clock.) Thank you. (Thank you.) My name is John. (My name is John.) What is your name? (What is your name?) Do you live here? (Do you live here?) Yes, I live here. (Yes, I live here.) Do you speak English? (Do you speak English?) I speak a little English. (I speak a little English.) Have you lived here long? (Have you lived here long?) I have lived here two years. (I have lived here two years.) Thank you. (Thank you.) Goodbye. (Goodbye.) 1.1 Repeat each sentence. 1.1a Hello. (Hello.) 1.1b How are you? (How are you?) 1.1c Fine. (Fine.) 1.1d Fine, thank you. (Fine, thank you.) 1.1e Okay, thanks. (Okay, thanks.) 1.1f Good morning. (Good morning.) 1.1g Good afternoon. (Good afternoon.) 1.1h Good evening. (Good evening.) 1.1i Excuse me. (Excuse me.) 1.1j What time is it? (What time is it?) 1.1k It is 2 o'clock. (It is 2 o'clock.) 1.1l Thank you. (Thank you.) 1.1m My name is John. (My name is John.) 1.1n What is your name? (What is your name?) 1.1o Do you live here? (Do you live here?) 1.1p Yes, I live here. (Yes, I live here.) 1.1q Do you speak English? (Do you speak English?) 1.1r I speak a little English. (I speak a little English.) 1.1s Have you lived here long? (Have you lived here long?) 1.1t I have lived here two years. (I have lived here two years.) 1.1u Thank you. (Thank you.) 1.1v Goodbye. (Goodbye.) Listen to the example. Hello, how are you? (Hello, how are you?) Fine, thank you. (Fine, thank you.) Okay, thanks. (Okay, thanks.) Are you sick? (Are you sick?) No, I am not sick, but I hurt my arm. (No, I am not sick, but I hurt my arm.) Is your child sick? (Is your child sick?) No, my child is not sick. (No, my child is not sick.) Do you live here in the city? (Do you live here in the city?) Yes, I live here. (Yes, I live here.) 1.2 Repeat each sentence. 1.2a Hello, how are you? (Hello, how are you?) 1.2b Fine, thank you. (Fine, thank you.) 1.2c Okay, thanks. (Okay, thanks.) 1.2d Are you sick? (Are you sick?) 1.2e No, I am not sick, but I hurt my arm. (No, I am not sick, but I hurt my arm.) 1.2f Is your child sick? (Is your child sick?) 1.2g No, my child is not sick. (No, my child is not sick.) 1.2h Do you live here in the city? (Do you live here in the city?) 1.2i Yes, I live here. (Yes, I live here.) 1.2j What kind of work do you do? (What kind of work do you do?) 1.2k I work in a store. (I work in a store.) 1.2l Do you have a phone? (Do you have a phone?) 1.2m Yes, I have a phone. (Yes, I have a phone.) 1.2n May I call you? (May I call you?) 1.2o Yes, you may call me. (Yes, you may call me.) 1.2p Thank you. Goodbye. (Thank you. Goodbye.) 1.2q Goodbye. (Goodbye.) Listen to the Example. Hello, how are you? (Hello, how are you?) Hi, how are you? (Hi, how are you?) Hello. (Hello.) Hi. (Hi.) Fine, thank you. (Fine, thank you.) Fine, thanks. (Fine, thanks.) Okay, thanks. (Okay, thanks.) Okay. (Okay.) How are you? (How are you?) Fine, thanks. And you? (Fine, thanks. And you?) Do you live here? (Do you live here?) Do you live here in the city? (Do you live here in the city?) Are you from this city? (Are you from this city?) Where do you work? (Where do you work?) What kind of work do you do? (What kind of work do you do?) What do you do? (What do you do?) 1.3 Repeat each sentence.