Lesson 6

Conversation Script
Listening 14 – Introducing a friend.

Michael:
Robert:
Mrs. Smith:
Robert:
Mrs. Smith:
Robert:
Mrs. Smith:
Robert:
Mrs. Smith:
Robert:
Mrs. Smith:
Robert:
Mrs. Smith:
Robert:

 

Robert, this is my friend, Mrs. Smith.
Hi, Nice to meet you.
Nice to meet you too.
Mrs. Smith, what do you do for work?
I’m a doctor.
Oh. Where do you work?
NY University hospital in New York City. What do you do?
I’m a teacher.
What do you teach?
I teach English.
Where?
At a high school in New Jersey.
That’s nice. How old are you?
I’m 32.  

Conversation Script
Listening 19 – Who is that woman?

Donna:
Joseph:
Donna:
Joseph:
Donna:
Joseph:
Donna:
Joseph:
Donna:
Joseph:
Donna:
Joseph:
Donna:
Joseph:
Donna:
Joseph:
Donna:
Joseph:
Donna:

Joseph, who is that woman?
That’s Susan.
What does she do for work?
She’s a lawyer.
Is she American?
No, but she speaks English fluently.
She’s really tall. Do you know her?
Yes, I know her. We’re friends.
Who’s that man standing next to her?
Which man?
That short guy on her right. What’s his name?
Oh, that’s Matt.
He’s really good looking.
Yeah.
Do you know him?
I don’t know him, but I think my sister does.
Is he married?
Yes, he’s married.
I remember now. I met him before.

Conversation Script
Listening 22 – Do you have any children?

Michelle:
Charles:
Michelle:
Charles:
Michelle:
Charles:
Michelle:
Charles:
Michelle:
Charles:
Michelle:
Charles:
Michelle:
Charles:

Charles, do you have any children?
Yes.
How many children do you have?
I have two kids. A boy and a girl.
What are their names?
Jack and Stephanie.
How old are they?
Stephanie is 18 and Jack is 24.
Are they in school?
Stephanie is. She goes to college in Washington and Jack works in Florida.
What does Stephanie study?
She studies English.
Is she here now?
No, she’s at school. 

Conversation Script
Listening 30 – Where do your parents live?

Jason:
Melissa:
Jason:
Melissa:
Jason:
Melissa:
Jason:
Melissa:
Jason:
Melissa:
Jason:
Melissa:
Jason:
Melissa:

Hi Melissa, are you going home this weekend?
No, not this weekend. I have too much work to do.
Where do your parents live?
My father lives in Washington DC.
How about your mother?
My mother died two years ago.
Oh, I am sorry to hear that. Is your father still working?
No, he’s retired.
Do you have any family here?
Yes, two of my cousins live here and my aunt and uncle live about 30 miles from here.
Do you have any brothers or sisters?
Yes, I have two brothers who live in New York and a sister who lives in Boston.
Do you see them a lot?
Not as much as I’d like to. Usually just on holidays like Thanksgiving and Christmas.


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