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4. A:

Unit 1 Meeting People

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Lesson 1

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2. Listen and Understand Class CD 1 Track 2 → Page 2 1. A: B: A: B: 2. A: B: A:

Nice party, isn’t it? Yeah, it’s great. Hey, my name’s John. Nice to meet you, John. I’m Amy. Nice to meet you, too.

6. A: B: A: B:

Excuse me. Are you Sun-hee? No, I’m Young-hee. That’s Sun-hee over there. Oh, sorry. Good to meet you anyway. I’m Matt.

Great music, isn’t it? Yeah, it is. By the way, my name’s Sarah. Hi, Sarah. I’m Bob. How are you? Pretty good, thanks.

4. A: B: A: B:

Are you enjoying the food? Yes, I am. I’m David. Sorry, what’s your name again? It’s Jennifer. And you’re David? That’s right.

5. A: B: A:

Hi, Su-wei. Remember me? I’m Sumio. Of course. How are you, Sumio? Fine. And you?

6. A: B: A: B:

We haven’t met. I’m Hannah. Sorry, did you say Anna? No, Hannah. Hi, Hannah. Great to meet you. I’m Atsuko.

1. A: B: A: B: 2. A: B: A: B: 3. A: B: A: B: A:

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Your first name’s Mary, isn’t it? Actually, it’s Marie. Oh, sorry. How do you spell that? M A R I E? That’s right. M A R I E.

My name’s Soo-ji. Sorry. Did you say Soon-ji or Soo-ji? Soo-ji. S DOUBLE O DASH J I. S DOUBLE O DASH J I. Got it! Thank you.

You’re Sean, aren’t you? Yes, I am. Is that spelled S E A N? No, it’s S H A W N. Oh, OK. S H A W N.

Your name’s Peter, isn’t it? Yeah. So that’s P E T E R. No, actually it’s P I E T E R. It’s a Dutch name. My father’s Dutch.

How do you spell your name, Gillian—with a G or a J? A J. OK. So it’s J I L L I A N. That’s right.

3. Listen and Understand, Part B Class CD 1 Track 4 (Student CD Track 3) → Page 3

3. A: B: A: B:

3. Listen and Understand, Part A Class CD 1 Track 3 (Student CD Track 2) → Page 3

Excuse me, Kazu. How do you spell your name? Is it with a C or a K? It’s with a K. K A Z U. Thanks.

1. A: B: A:

Would you spell your name for me, please? It’s Yu-ting. Y U DASH T I N G. Y U DASH T I N G. That’s a nice name.

2. A: B: A:

And how do you spell your name, Cecelia? It’s C E C E L I A. C E C E L I A. Thanks.

3. A: B: A: B:

What’s your name again? It’s Akemi. A K E M I. A K E M I. Is that right? Yes, that’s right.

4. A: B: A: B:

And may I have your name, please? Sure. It’s Courtney. C O U R T N E Y. C O U R T N E Y. That’s right.

5. A: B: A: B:

Now tell me your name, please. It’s Sacha. S A C H A. S A C H A. That’s correct.

6. A: B: A:

May I have your name, please? Mi-kyoung. That’s M I DASH K Y O U N G. M I DASH K Y O U N G. OK, got it.

4. Tune In Class CD 1 Track 5 → Page 3 A: B:

Nice party, isn’t it? Yeah, it’s great.

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Great music, isn’t it? Yeah, it is.

A:

Are you enjoying the food?

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Tune In 1 Audio Script B:

Yes, I am.

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4. Tune In Class CD 1 Track 6 → Page 3 1. A: B: A:

It’s a beautiful night for a party, isn’t it? Yeah, I’m glad it didn’t rain! By the way, I’m Hao-ming. Hi. I’m Sophie.

2. A: B:

I love this singer. Isn’t she great? She’s fantastic! Do you know her name?

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Wow! This all looks great. Yeah. Try this. It’s really delicious.

4. A: B:

I’m really enjoying myself here. The people are so friendly. Yeah, they are. Do you know everybody?

2. Listen and Understand Class CD 1 Track 7 → Page 5 1. A: B: A: B: A:

Hi, Sandra. Nice to see you. Nice to see you, too. How’s it going? Pretty good, thanks. The food here is always good, isn’t it? Yeah, it’s delicious.

2. A: B: A: B:

I really enjoyed that movie. It was good, wasn’t it? I love action movies. Me, too. Well, I’d better go. Talk to you later. Bye for now.

3. A: B: A: B: A: 4. A: B:

4. A: B: A: B:

A: B: 5. A: B: A: B: A:

Hi, Daniel. What’s up? Not much. How are you? Pretty good. Are you going downtown? Yeah. Me, too. Oh, good. Here comes our bus now.

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2. A: B: A: B: A:

A: B: A:

Hello, Michael. How are things? Good, thanks. How have you been? Oh, not bad. Great day, isn’t it? Nice and hot. The water is nice and calm as well. Have you gone for a swim yet? No. I’m going now.

What did you buy, Eun-mi? A pair of boots. What are you looking for? A new sweater.

1. A: B: A: B: A: B:

3. A: B: A: B:

Oh, look at the time. It’s getting late. It sure is. And I haven’t finished my shopping. I need to get some bread and juice. OK. Catch you later. Yeah, see you later.

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3. Listen and Understand Class CD 1 Track 8 (Student CD Track 4) → Page 6

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Lesson 2

I saw some pretty ones over there. Well, see you later. Thanks! Have a nice day.

A: B: 5. A: B: A: B: A: B:

Hi, Terry. How are things with you? Fine, thanks. And you? Good, thanks. It’s really hot today, isn’t it? Yeah. I’m going to the pool. How about you? I can’t. I’m too busy today.

Hello, Suzanne. Hi, Emily. How are you? OK. I love that blouse. It’s really pretty. Thanks. By the way, have you heard about the great sale going on at the Paradise Boutique? Yeah, I’m planning to check it out. Me, too. I need some new jeans.

Hi, Akira. Good to see you. Hi, Josh. How’s your job going? Pretty good, but I’m really busy this month. What about you? Me, too. Are you going to the baseball game on Saturday? Yeah. So am I. Maybe I’ll see you there.

Hi, Kate. How are you? Good, thanks. How’s school going? OK, but I have two big exams this week. How are things with you? Pretty good. I’m going to the rock concert tomorrow night. Are you? No, I have to study.

Nice to see you again, Matthew. You, too. How was your trip? I really enjoyed it. Canada is beautiful. Really? Hey, I’m going to buy a new phone. Do you want a ride to the mall? Oh, thanks. That would be great. I’d like to look at phones, too.

4. Tune In Class CD 1 Track 9 → Page 6 A: B:

It’s really hot today, isn’t it? Yeah. I’m going to the pool. How about you?

A: B:

How’s your job going? Pretty good, but I’m really busy this month. What about you?

A:

How’s school going?

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OK, but I have two big exams this week. How are things with you?

4. Tune In Class CD 1 Track 10 → Page 6 1. A: B: 2. A: B:

I’m going to a movie tonight. How about you? I’m staying home. I have a headache.

This is my first year at the university. I’m a freshman. What about you? I’m a sophomore.

2. A: B: A: B: A:

I’ll need your mailing address, too. It’s 349 Haig Street, Apartment 56. Did you say 339 Haig Street? No, 349. 349. Got it.

3. A: B: A: B: A:

What’s your home address, please? It’s 17 Johnson Street, Apartment B. Is that 17 or 70? 17. All right. Thank you.

Just one more thing. Could you give me your address? Yes, it’s 499 Castle Street, Apartment 140. 499 Castle Street, Apartment 140. Thank you.

3. A: B:

I’m going to Florida for spring break. What about you? I haven’t made any plans yet.

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I have a lot to do today. How are things with you? Really good, thanks.

3. Listen and Understand Class CD 1 Track 13 (Student CD Track 5) → Page 9

Unit 2 Communicating Lesson 1 2. Listen and Understand Part A Class CD 1 Track 11 → Page 8 1. A: B: A: B: A: B:

Could I have your telephone number, please? Yes. My home number is 945-664-1234. 945-664-1234. And do you have a number at work? Yes, it’s 945-667-0513. Could you say that again, please? 945-667-0513.

2. A: B: A: B:

Do you have a cell phone? Yes, my number is 371-409-1148. Thanks. And do you have another telephone number? Yes, my home number is 371-980-3778.

3. A: B: A: B:

Is there a telephone number where we can reach you during the day? You can call my cell phone. It’s 230-671-2345. Thanks. And on weekends you can reach me at 230-573-2990.

4. A: B: A: B: A: B:

What’s your home phone number? It’s 577-882-5567. Great. And may I have your work number? Sure. It’s 625-855-8223, extension 567. Did you say extension 567? Yes, that’s correct.

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One more thing. What’s your street address, please? It’s 1445 Westbury Avenue. Thank you.

Could I have your e-mail address, please, Terry? Sure. It’s [email protected] Terrybrown? Is that one word? Yes. And is ‘harmony’ spelled H A R M O N Y ? No, it’s H A R M O N I. OK. Do you check your e-mail often? Yeah, about twice a day.

2. A: B: A: B: A: B:

Do you have an e-mail address, Li-wei? Sure. It’s [email protected] Did you say luckyboy? Yeah. It’s L U C K Y B O Y. All one word. That’s cute. Why did you choose that name? Oh, my girlfriend suggested it.

3. A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B:

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2. Listen and Understand, Part B Class CD 1 Track 12 → Page 8 1. A: B: A:

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Do you use e-mail much, Yumi? Yeah, but I don’t have my own address. I use my sister’s address. So what is it? It’s [email protected] Did you say ‘top girl’? Yeah. T O P G I R L–all one word. Isn’t it a problem when you and your sister have the same e-mail address? Not really. She doesn’t use e-mail very much. She prefers instant messaging.

May I have your e-mail address, Rosa? I want to send you some photos from my vacation. Sure, Paul. I’d love to see them. It’s [email protected] Sorry. Could you say that again, please? ROSA 7788 at galaxy dot com. How do you spell galaxy? Is it GALAXY? Yes. And why the numbers 7788? That’s my birthday. July 7, 1988. Of course.

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Tune In 1 Audio Script 4. Tune In Class CD 1 Track 14 → Page 9 A: B:

My number is 945-667-0513. Could you say that again, please?

A: B:

My address is 349 Haig Street, Apartment 56. Did you say 339 Haig Street?

A: B:

It’s 17 Johnson Street, Apartment B. Is that 17 or 70?

4. Tune In Class CD 1 Track 15 → Page 9

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My name’s Jack. I’m in her biology class. OK, Jack. Just a minute. Thanks.

4. A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B:

Mei-ling’s Boutique. Carmen speaking. Oh, hi. Could I speak to Mei-ling, please? I’m sorry. She’s busy at the moment. Could you ask her to call me? Sure. She has my number. All right. But what’s your name? Oh, sorry. It’s Tim.

5. A: B:

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What’s your phone number at work? Oh, it’s 333-936-7744, extension 307. OK, great. I’ll give you a call sometime next week.

2. A: B: A: B:

Could you give me your cell phone number, please? Sure. It’s 265-412-4589. Sorry. Is that 4589 or 4599? 4589.

3. A: B: A: B:

Here, I’ll give you my e-mail address. OK. It’s [email protected] OK, Got it. Thanks.

1. A:

4. A: B: A: B:

What’s your address? It’s 239A Melrose Road. Um … could you say that again, please? Sure. 239A Melrose Road.

2. A:

A: B: A: B:

3. Listen and Understand Class CD 1 Track 17 (Student CD Track 6) → Page 12

Lesson 2 2. Listen and Understand Class CD 1 Track 16 → Page 11 1. A: B: A:

3. A:

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Hello. Hello, may I speak to Sarah, please? Sorry. She’s not here right now. Would you like to leave a message? Yes. Please ask her to call Cindy. Sorry. Did you say Cindy? Yes, Cindy. My number is 735-744-3339. OK. I’ll ask her to call you.

2. A: B: A: B: A: B: A:

Hello. Koichi speaking. Hi. This is Tina. May I speak to Allison? She’s gone to class already. Oh, OK. I’ll call her back tonight. What time will you call? About six o’clock. No problem. She’ll be home by then.

3. A: B: A:

Hello. Hello. I’d like to speak to Moe. I’ll see if she’s in her room. Who’s calling, please?

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Hello. Hello. I’m calling from Apartment 206 downstairs. Is Haoming there? No, he’s at work. Oh, I see. I can give him a message if you like. Is that Billy? Yes, but don’t worry, thanks. I’ll call him back later.

4. A:

5. A:

Hi, Sally, this is John. I’m just calling about the movie tomorrow. It starts at five o’clock, so let’s meet at 4:45 in front of the theater. Jake and Ya-ping are coming, too. So don’t forget. I’ll see you there. Bye.

Koichi, this is Sarah. Listen, I’m sorry I forgot to call and say happy birthday on Sunday. I was really busy that day. My sister was leaving for the States, and we all went out to the airport. Anyway, I hope you had a nice birthday. I’ll see you tomorrow.

Teresa, this is Jian-hao. I have a favor to ask. Could I borrow your digital camera for a couple of days? I’m doing a project for my biology class, and I need to take some pictures of flowers and other plants. Please give me a call and let me know. My number is 449-828-0291. Thanks.

Hello, Anna. This is Ricardo. I’m just calling to say what a wonderful time I had at your party on Friday night. Your friends are so nice, and it was very kind of you to invite me. And thanks for giving me a ride home, too. Gracias, Anna. See you soon.

Hi, Jung-soo. This is Kevin. How are things? I wonder if you could give me a ride downtown tomorrow. My laptop is being repaired, and I have to pick it up before five o’clock. Could you please call tonight and let me know if you can help me out?

4. Tune In Class CD 1 Track 18 → Page 12 A: B:

What time will you call? About six o’clock.

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Who’s calling, please? My name’s Jack. I’m in her biology class.

A: B:

Please ask her to call Cindy. Sorry. Did you say Cindy?

A: B:

Is this Billy? Yes, but don’t worry, thanks. I’ll call him back later.

3. Listen and Understand Class CD 1 Track 21 (Student CD Track 7) → Page 15 1. A: B: A: B:

4. Tune In Class CD 1 Track 19 → Page 12 1. A:

What’s your telephone number, please?

2. A:

Did you say Kaito?

3. A:

Where do you live?

4. A:

What time shall I call back tonight?

5. A:

A: B: A: B: 2. A: B: A: B:

C: B: 3. A: B: A: B:

Lesson 1 2. Listen and Understand Class CD 1 Track 20 → Page 14

2. A: B: C: B: A: 3. A: B: A: C: B: A: 4. A: B: C: A: C: A:

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How long have you been driving a cab, Nathan? About ten years, I guess. And do you always work at night? Yeah. I like it because the traffic isn’t as bad. I usually start at 11 P.M. and drive till around 9 A.M.. Then I go home and sleep. Wow, so you work for 12 hours at a time? No, about ten hours, actually.

Is that 535-998-6632?

Unit 3 Telling Time

1. A: B: C: A: C:

So what’s your day like, Andrew? Well, I’m a cashier. The place I work is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It’s open 24 hours a day? Yeah. So some people work from 6 A.M. to 2 P.M., some from 2 P.M. to 10 P.M., and some from 10 P.M. to 6 A.M.. And what about you? I always work the first shift, from 6 to 2. So you get home pretty early, then? Yeah, I do.

Listen. I think they’re talking about our flight. “Flight number 69 to Toronto will depart at 2:15 P.M..” Did she say 2.15? That’s right. We have a long time to wait.

C: B: 4. A: B: A: B: C: B:

Are we late? No. That’s our train over there. “The 3:30 express to Townsville is now boarding on platform 17. All aboard, please.” See? I told you. Come on. Hurry up.

Do you work in a club, Atsuko? No, in a restaurant, actually. Oh, I see. So you play while people are eating? Uh-huh. We normally start playing around 9:00. We do a couple of shows and then finish around 2 A.M.. You finish at 2 A.M.? That’s right.

So, do you like your job, Jennifer? Yes, I love it. I really enjoy working with children. They learn so quickly, and we have a lot of fun. How long is your day? Our school starts at 8 A.M., and the kids leave at 3 P.M. So you go home then, too? No, I always have to get ready for the next day, so I don’t actually go home until around 5:00.

4. Tune In Class CD 1 Track 22 → Page 15

Excuse me. Are you going to Taipei? Yes, I am. Me, too. “Apex Airlines flight number 404 to Taipei is delayed by twenty minutes. It will now depart at 4.50.” Oh, no. Our flight is thirty minutes late. I think he said twenty minutes, actually.

I think we’re too early. “The next Gray line city sightseeing tour leaves at 11:05. Please buy your tickets on the bus.” Oh, good. It’s leaving soon. She said 11:05, didn’t she? Yeah, that’s right. Great. Now where’s the ticket window? Actually, we buy our tickets on the bus, she said.

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Did she say 2:15? That’s right.

A: B:

So you get home pretty early, then? Yeah, I do.

B: A:

Oh, no. Our flight is 30 minutes late. I think he said 20 minutes, actually.

A: B:

So you work for 12 hours at a time? No, about ten hours, actually.

4. Tune In Class CD 1 Track 23 → Page 15 1. A: B:

Do you get up early? Yeah, I’m usually up before six.

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Before 6 A.M.? That’s right.

2. A: B:

We’d better hurry. Soccer practice starts at five o’clock. Um, I think it starts at 5.30, actually.

3. A: B: A: B:

What time is your appointment with Dr. Lee? It’s at four o’clock. On Thursday? Yeah, that’s right. Four o’clock this Thursday.

4. A: B: A: B:

The concert starts at six, doesn’t it? Let me check our tickets. OK. Um, no—it starts at seven, actually.

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So our flight leaves at 9 o’clock? Uh-huh. Nine o’clock at night? Yeah, 9 P.M..

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Lesson 2 2. Listen and Understand Class CD 1 Track 24 → Page 17 1. A: B: A: B: A: B: A: 2. A: B: A: B: A: B: A: 3. A: B: A: B:

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Carlos, this is Josh. I’m planning a surprise party for Naoko. Are you free at all later this week? Let me see. I’m busy Wednesday night. But I don’t think I’m doing anything on Thursday. How about Friday? Unfortunately, I work every Friday night. Oh, yeah. But I’m not doing anything on Saturday. OK.

What are your plans for later in the week, Ai? I want to have a party for Naoko. That’s a good idea. Well, I’m free on Wednesday and Thursday nights. And is Friday night good for you? Not really, I’m afraid. The problem is I have karate on Fridays. I’m on the college team. I understand. But I don’t have any plans for Saturday. OK, I’ll call you later.

Jane, I’m still trying to find a good time for Naoko’s surprise party. Great. I really want to come. Are you free on Saturday night? I’m afraid not. The thing is I have Korean classes on Wednesday and Saturday evenings. But I’m free every other night this week. OK. I think I can find a good day for all of us then.

3. Listen and Understand Class CD 1 Track 25 (Student CD Track 8) → Page 18 8

Karen, this is Mary. How are you and Hao-ming doing? I was wondering if we could meet for coffee on Wednesday or Thursday after work. I really want to show you my wedding photos. And I have some great photos from our trip to Bali. Give me a call. Bye.

Hi, Ben. This is Jeff. Hey, guess what? There’s a new shop downtown that sells old comic books. I heard they have some fantastic ones, and they’re not too expensive. Why don’t we go down and take a look? We could meet at my place and go from there. Let me know if you’re interested.

Hello, Young-soo. This is Nicole. Are you doing anything Sunday evening? Some of us are getting together for a barbecue at 5:00. It’ll be mainly seafood. I hope it doesn’t rain. Please come if you can. Give me a call and let me know.

Hey, Megumi. This is Dianne. You’re a fan of that fabulous Hong Kong movie actor, Jet Li, aren’t you? Guess what? He’s coming to town tomorrow. Why don’t we go see him and take some pictures? Maybe we can even get an autograph! Let’s meet for lunch at 12:15 and then we can plan what to do. See you then.

4. Tune In Class CD 1 Track 26 → Page 18 A: B:

How about Friday? Unfortunately, I work every Friday night.

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And is Friday night good for you? Not really, I’m afraid. The problem is I have karate on Fridays.

A: B:

Are you free on Saturday night? I’m afraid not. The thing is I have Korean classes on Wednesday and Saturday evenings.

4. Tune In Class CD 1 Track 27 → Page 18 1. A: B:

Would you like to go dancing next Saturday? I’d like to, but unfortunately I have other plans.

2. A: B:

Are you free next Tuesday afternoon? Not really, I’m afraid. I have a class at 3:00.

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Are you free tonight, Chul-soo? We’re all going to study at the library. I’d like to go, but the thing is I have baseball practice.

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Do you want to watch the basketball game this weekend? When is it on? At two o’clock Saturday. Ah...the problem is I have to work that afternoon.

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Unit 4 Shopping Lesson 1 2. Listen and Understand Class CD 1 Track 28 → Page 20 1. A: B: A: B: A: B:

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So how much did you spend today, Elizabeth? Let’s see. These jeans cost $85. Hmm, they were expensive. This T-shirt was $49. Where did you go? To that boutique near the college. Oh. Things are really expensive there. That’s for sure. Look at these sandals–they were $99. Why did I buy them? And the sunglasses cost $108. I don’t think I’ll shop there again. Their prices are crazy.

So how much did you spend? Not very much, actually. Really? You sure bought a lot. Well, let me see. These DVDs were only $5 each. So that’s $15. And this video game was only $12. I wish I’d bought two of them. What else did you get? Um...I got these two CDs for $24. And look at this great CD rack! It holds 50 CDs, and it was only $15. You really found some great bargains.

Where did you get those movie magazines, Jung-soo? At MegaBooks. They were only $10! This set of all the Harry Potter books was only $19.99—a real bargain. And look at this huge dictionary! Wow! That looks expensive. How much did you pay for it? It was on sale for only $7.95. Hey, and look at these comics. I got 20 of them for only $17.50.

3. Listen and Understand Class CD 1 Track 29 (Student CD Track 9) → Page 21 1. A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B: A: 2. A: B: A:

I’m interested in one of these. This one is quite popular. It feels light. It is, but the wheels are very strong. You can go really fast on it. How much is it? It’s $45.00. That’s not bad. OK, I’ll take it. Here’s a fifty. And here’s your change, $5.00. Thanks very much.

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Is this the new one? Yes, it just came out. I’ve been listening to it all day. Great. How much is it? $15.00. I’ll take two, please. I want to give one to a friend. OK. That comes to $30.00. Here’s forty. Thank you. And your change is $10. Thanks.

4. Tune In Class CD 1 Track 30 → Page 21 A:

So how much did you spend today, Elizabeth?

A:

So how much didja spend today, Elizabeth?

A:

Where did you go?

A:

Where didja go?

4. Tune In Class CD 1 Track 31 → Page 21 1. A: B: A:

I love your new cell phone. It’s cool, isn’t it? Where didja buy it?

2. A: B:

I bought a lot of things. I see. How much money didja spend?

3. A: B: A:

How much was your new computer? Almost seven thousand dollars. Why did you buy such an expensive computer?

4. A: B: A:

Is that a new shirt? Yeah. I bought a lot of shirts at that sale last week. How many didja buy?

Lesson 2

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I’d like to get these, please. Did you try them on? Yeah. They’re really comfortable. Just what I need for basketball. And they’re on sale this week for $40.00. That’s pretty cheap. OK, here’s a hundred. Let me get your change. Here it is: $50.00. How much did you say? That can’t be right.

3. A:

I like this one. Is it a new model?

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Yes, it is. We just got them last week. Why don’t you try it? Thanks. It’s really small. I could keep it in my pocket. That’s right. And it has lots of features. It takes great pictures and has a very good battery. It’s just what I need. How much is it? It’s $115. OK. Here’s $150. And here’s your change: $45. Sorry, how much did you say?

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Wow! They have a great selection here, don’t they? They sure do. Look at those, with all the raisins. They look delicious. Yeah. And look at these chocolate ones! I love chocolate. How much are those? They’re only $1.50 each.

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This one looks interesting, Dylan. I love this writer. Me, too. And that one is really good. Oh, have you read it? Yeah. I have it at home. Do you want to borrow it? Thanks, that would be great. I want something to read this weekend. And besides, I don’t have 25 dollars!

Oh, this must be BoA’s latest. Have you heard it? Yeah. It has some terrific songs. I love her voice. And she’s so cute. Are all these songs in Korean? Some are in Korean and some are in Japanese. Great. I think I’ll take it. You can pay over there.

I like these. And they’re on sale! They look really comfortable. That’s what I need for playing soccer. Why don’t you try them on? I think I will. How do they fit? Oh, they’re too small. Maybe we could ask for a bigger size. I don’t think so. The clerk looks really busy, and it’s time for me to go home.

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movies on DVD for only $19.95 each. You’ll also find all the latest digital cameras at 40% off. So why don’t you come to the 2nd floor and get some great bargains? Don’t miss these prices, ladies and gentlemen.

Why don’t we each get one? We can have them with lunch. That’s a good idea.

If there’s a little girl or boy in your family, don’t forget to visit the 5th floor. It’s full of great things for kids, and many of them are on sale this week. How about taking home a new computer game? Today they’re on sale for just $29.95. And all our puzzles and games are 25% off. So come on up to the fifth floor and take a look. On the 3rd floor we have a great selection of sporting goods. You’ll find everything you need for summer sports like tennis, swimming, baseball, and golf. And how about some new summer clothes? We have great prices on swimsuits, shorts, baseball caps, and shoes. And this week all T-shirts are on sale for under $20! So hurry along to the 3rd floor. th

On the 4 floor we have an exciting new book and magazine section. You can enjoy a drink or snack from our café while you look through a wide variety of books and magazines from all over the world. Maybe you’d like to sit down with a glass of lemonade and a great novel. It’s all happening on the 4th floor! And this week only, if you spend more than $30 on books you get one book free.

Our electronics section on the 2nd floor has a great selection of cell phones, TVs, and DVD players. They all make great gifts. And this week you can buy your favorite

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My girlfriend’s birthday is next week. What can I give her? How about a DVD? That’s a good idea.

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Kyoko fixed my computer. How can I thank her? Maybe you could buy her some chocolates. Mm. Some chocolates. Yes, I think I will.

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Father’s Day is next Sunday. What are we going to buy for Dad? I don’t know. Um...how about a tie? I don’t think so. That’s what we bought him last year.

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What kind of food should we have at the party? Maybe we could get some Korean food. Most people really like it. Great idea! Let’s do that.

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I want to buy some jeans. OK. Why don’t you go to that new store in the mall? I’m not sure. I’ve heard it’s really expensive.

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How was your birthday, Andrew? It was great, thanks. What did you do?

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Oh, I just celebrated at home with my mom and dad and sister. We had a big birthday cake, and I got some great presents. My parents gave me a new scooter. Oh, that’s cool. But you didn’t have a party? No, not this year.

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When’s your birthday, Yumi? Have you had it yet? No. It’s Saturday, actually. Oh, great. What have you got planned? My family’s going to have a barbecue at the park. That’s what we usually do for birthdays. That sounds nice. I hope it doesn’t rain. Me, too.

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Hello? Happy birthday, Linda. Thanks. But it was last weekend, actually. Oh. Did you have a nice time? Yeah, some friends and I went to Wonder World. Great! That’s a fun place. Did you try many of the rides? Yeah. We went on all of them.

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When’s your birthday, Akihiko? It’s Sunday. Do you have any plans? Yeah, my girlfriend is taking me out for lunch at the seafood café by the harbor. Oh, that’s nice. I went there once. Well, have a great birthday and enjoy the meal. Thanks.

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How does it work? Well, we spend the day at a different school, and kids from other schools come to our school. That must be interesting. It is. And I always love the music gala on February 16th. It’s a whole day of concerts and performances. That sounds great. Yeah! But my favorite thing about school is our international trip, from April 20th to the 25th. We always go to a nearby country. Last year we went to Malaysia and had a wonderful time.

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All the schools get together for a huge sports competition. How exciting!

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Hi, Katy. I heard you had a nice birthday party on Saturday. Yeah, it was great, thanks. A bunch of my friends came. So what did you do? Oh, we played video games and party games, and then we sang some karaoke. It was a lot of fun, and everyone stayed really late.

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So tell me about your school year, Emily. How many semesters do you have? Well, Jin-won, we have two. The first semester goes from August 16th to December 17th , and the second semester is from January 10th to June 2nd . I see. So you have summer vacation in June and July. I do, too. Do you like your school? I love it. We have lots of special events. For example, there’s a big international festival on September 15th . Students from different countries wear their national costumes to school and perform their national dances. The best performers get prizes. That sounds nice. Then on October 10th we have a sports festival. That’s when kids from all the international schools in Singapore get together for a huge sports competition. How exciting! Yeah! Another thing I really like is the school exchange day. We usually have that on November 1st.

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What did you do on Sunday? I tried out that new roller coaster at Wonder World. How exciting! Yeah. But my sister didn’t like it. She got sick. Did she? Too bad.

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How was your weekend? Terrific. I went to a great birthday party. Oh, that’s cool. Yeah. We played some really fun party games. I love party games.

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Did you enjoy your birthday lunch? It was wonderful, thanks. We went to a great restaurant by the harbor. That sounds nice. What did you eat? I had fried shrimp, and my girlfriend had salmon. We both got big salads, too.

How was your barbecue? Well, my relatives all came, and we ate some terrific food. Great! Yeah, but then it started to rain, so we had to leave the park.

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Welcome to Celebrity Showcase! Today’s quiz is on movie stars—and our contestants are Paul, Akira, and Hannah. Are you ready?

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Ready. Let’s start with a question about the beautiful Chinese actress Ziyi Zhang. How old do you think she is? Was she born in 1979 or 1981? 1981. Sorry, Paul. She was born in Beijing, China, in 1979. Next question. Ziyi Zhang starred in the movie House of Flying Daggers. Did that movie come out in 2003 or 2004? 2004. That’s right, Akira. 2004. That gives you ten points. Now let’s talk about the American actor Tom Cruise. When was he born? Was it in 1960 or 1962? 1962? Ten points for you, Hannah! Tom Cruise was born in Syracuse, New York, in 1962. His first big film was Risky Business. In what year did it come out—1982 or 1983? Was it 1982? Sorry, Paul, it was 1983. Let’s try one more. Tom Cruise was married to actress Nicole Kidman for about ten years. Although she grew up in Australia, Nicole Kidman was born in Honolulu, Hawaii. When was she born? Was it in 1967 or 1970? 1970. Sorry, Akira. She was born on June 20th, 1967. So the scores at…

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So have you always lived in Boston, Sue? No, I grew up near Chicago. But my family moved here right before I started high school. And what did you do after you graduated from high school? I took a year off and traveled around Mexico. I really enjoyed it, and my Spanish is pretty good now. When I came back I got a job with the airlines. That was in 1999. Just a year before you won your gold medal at the Olympic Games? Yes, I was selected in...

How did you learn to play the guitar, Jae-won? Well, I took lessons for a couple of years when I was in high school. Pretty soon I was playing all the time, and I got first prize in a music contest at school. That’s terrific. Yeah. Then some guys in town asked me to join their band. While you were still in high school? Yeah. We made our first CD, and it sold 100,000 copies in a month. Wow. That’s amazing! So I left school. I see. So you didn’t graduate from high school? No, and I wish I had. Do you think that...

Is it interesting to host a TV show, Laura? Yes, very. Have you always lived here in Boston? No, I spent a few years in Italy after high school. But then I came back to go to college. I see. What did you study in college?

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Drama. It was fun. But after college I worked for a newspaper, writing news stories. Then I applied for a job at a TV station, and eventually I got my own show. Yes, one of the most popular shows….

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When was he born? How did you learn to play the guitar? What did you study in college?

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Tell me about your new job. Well, it’s quite difficult. Do you like it?

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It would be interesting to learn more about your country. Sure. Ask me anything you like. How do people spend their free time?

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Tell me about your graduation. It was great. I felt so happy. Were your mom and dad there?

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We need to talk about the party. You’re right. We should make some plans. Who are we going to invite?

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And here is one of the prettiest lakes in the world, Lake Biwa. Ah, it’s beautiful! Yes, it is. And the water’s very clear. Yes, it is. Many artists have painted Lake Biwa, and many writers have written poems about it. It’s also the biggest lake in Japan. How big is it? Well, it’s about 670 square kilometers. 670 square kilometers? My goodness!

This looks like an interesting place. Yes, it’s a very important temple, Wat Chiang Man. It’s very pretty. Yes, it is. When we go inside, you’ll see some wonderful statues. It’s not very big, though. No, it isn’t, but it’s the oldest temple in Chiang Mai.

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How old is it? It was built 700 years ago by King Mengrai.

On your right is the Menara Kuala Lumpur telecommunications tower. How tall is it? It’s 421 meters high. Wow! I guess there’s a good view from up there! Yes, there is. The observation deck is the best place to see the Petronas Twin Towers and the rest of Kuala Lumpur. And there’s a revolving restaurant with great food and views of the whole city. But most importantly, the tower has a high-tech telecommunications center. That’s where all our TV and radio programs come from.

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Is there a park near here, Max? Yes, Century Park. It’s behind the train station. Can you tell me about it? Well, it has a lake in the middle and a bike path around the outside. You can rent paddleboats and bicycles there. It also has a snack bar and a playground. Thanks very much. And it’s behind the train station? Yes, it is.

Is the Star Shopping Mall worth a visit, Max? Oh, definitely. It has some great stores. And they’re not expensive? No, they’re not. It probably has good restaurants, too. Yeah, it does. There’s an excellent Asian restaurant and an Italian restaurant that makes wonderful pizzas.

What’s the downtown like here, Max? It’s too crowded for me. Are there any good clothing stores downtown? Some people say they’re OK, but I prefer to shop at the mall. The stores downtown never have what I want.

What did you think of the art museum, Max? It wasn’t very interesting, to be honest. I didn’t like the things they had on display. I guess you don’t like modern paintings. No, I don’t. I think they’re horrible. And the building itself isn’t very nice. The rooms are small and dark. I think this city should build a new museum and get some better paintings for it.

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It’s beautiful. Yes, it is.

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It’s not very big. No, it isn’t.

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They’re not expensive. No, they’re not.

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I guess you don’t like modern paintings. No, I don’t.

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I don’t really like the beach. The water isn’t very clean.

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The science museum has some great exhibits.

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The new baseball stadium is fantastic, but it’s not in a very good location.

The mall is a great place to shop. And the prices are pretty reasonable.

The new airport is big and modern, but it isn’t very easy to get to.

I love that pool near the university. It isn’t very crowded on weekends.

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Excuse me. I’m trying to find the school library. Oh. It’s not far from here. Do you know where the computer center is? Is it that big white building? That’s the one. The library’s right next to it. Right next to the computer center. OK, thanks.

Excuse me. I’m looking for a company called Business Computers. Their office is on the next floor. No need to take the elevator. There’s a stairway at the end of the hall. They’re on the left. Thanks. Did you say on the next floor? That’s right.

Is there an ice-cream parlor here? Yes. There’s one on this level next to the café. And there’s another one on the third floor by the elevator. I like it better. It has really good ice cream. Did you say on the second floor? No, the third floor. Oh, right. Thank you.

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Excuse me. Is there a music store around here? Yes. There’s one about two blocks down that street. It’s on the left, next to a sporting goods store. Two blocks down, on the left. OK. Thanks a lot.

Excuse me. I’m trying to find the American Airlines Counter. That’s one floor up. Oh, dear. I’ve got all these heavy bags. You can take the elevator. It’s over there by the restrooms.

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Is there a good coffee shop nearby? Yeah. When you get outside, turn right and go to the first corner. That’s Pine Street. Turn left on Pine and you’ll see Bob’s Coffee Shop on the left, next to a flower shop. It has the best coffee around here. Did you say Pine Street or Green Street? Pine. Got it. Thanks.

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Excuse me. Can you tell me how to get to the subway station? Sure. Just go down this street and turn right at the first corner. You’ll see it. Great. Um, sorry, did you say turn right or turn left? Right. OK, thanks.

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Keiko, do you know where the bookstore is? Yeah. It’s on the third floor near the music store. OK. Third floor, near the music store. Thanks.

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Is there a hairdresser near here? I really need a haircut. Sure. When you go outside, turn left until you come to Maple Street. Turn right on Maple and go one block, then turn left on Oxford. The hairdresser will be on the left, across from the post office. On Oxford Street, across from the post office. That’s right. The prices are very reasonable. I go there myself.

Hi. I’m looking for a music store. There’s a nice one on London Street. You can walk there in about five minutes. Great. How do I get there? Turn left outside this office and then turn right on Maple Street. Walk two blocks and then turn left on London Street. The music store will be on your left, next to a bank. The people who work there are very helpful.

Hi. Can you tell me where I can find a noodle shop, please? Yes. There’s a place on Pine Street that has delicious noodles. Turn right outside this office and then turn left on Pine. Cross Oxford Street and you’ll see the noodle shop on your left, next to the hotel. Thanks.

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Turn left on Oxford. The hairdresser will be on the left, across from the post office. On Oxford Street, across from the post office.

Um...I’m looking for George Street. Do you know where it is? Yeah. Turn left here and then turn right at the second street. Left and then right at the second street. OK. Thanks for your help.

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Excuse me, ma’am. Could you tell me where the First Bank is? Certainly. It’s about three blocks down this street. It’s on the right, across from the park. Thank you. I’m sorry. Did you say it’s on the right? Yes, that’s correct. Thank you very much.

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Excuse me. Where’s the National Stadium? Oh. Just walk down this street three blocks and turn left. You can’t miss it. Three blocks and turn left. OK. Thanks

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Do you surf the Internet much, Soo-ji? What’s your favorite Web site? Well, Tom, there’s a great site that has the latest news about pop stars and movie stars. I go there pretty often. Oh, I love that site, too. Do you like chat rooms? Yeah. I think they’re good places for people to talk about things, like problems they’re having with their girlfriend or boyfriend, and get advice from other people.

Josh, how often do you use your phone? Do you make a lot of calls? I hardly ever make calls, actually. It’s easier to send people text messages. And it’s more fun, too. Right. Do you send a lot? I guess I send about 20 a day, and probably get about 20 from my friends. It drives my parents crazy at times.

How big is your collection, Peter? Do you buy them all

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yourself? Oh, I have about a hundred, I guess. I get some for presents but I buy most of them on sale. The great thing is I can watch them in my bedroom on my laptop. Uh-huh. My mom and dad think I’m doing my homework, but half the time I’m actually watching a movie.

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How often do you go out, Kate? Do you ride every day? Yeah. I never miss a day: I go out even when it’s cold or wet. Really? How far do you ride? I usually go about 30 kilometers every morning. Wow! So you really like cycling. To me it’s very relaxing. I always listen to music while I’m riding.

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What time do you start work, Sophie? I usually get to the club at about 9:00. We have two shows every night. The first show starts at ten o’clock and the second one starts at midnight. So it’s tiring being a singer. Yeah. I don’t get home till after 3 A.M., and then I go to bed. I usually sleep till about noon. I wish I could find a daytime job. I really don’t like this lifestyle.

What’s it like being a flight attendant, Carl? Do you work long hours? I do. I have to be at the airport two hours before every flight. Sometimes I have to work all night on long flights. You must get tired. Yeah, but I don’t mind it. We always get a day off after a long flight. And I love the travel. Sometimes I get to stay in another country for a day or two.

Where do you work, Young-woo? Do you always go to the same place? Well, often I’m at the store, like when we’re showing a new summer or fall collection. Then I usually do two or three shows a day. Uh-huh. But sometimes they want me in magazine photos, so we go to a hotel or a park or something. Right. So, lots of different locations? Yeah. Being a model is pretty fun.

I guess you work mostly in the evenings, Amy. Yeah. That’s when the players can practice. They’re busy during the day. And what exactly do you do as a coach? Well, we meet at the stadium at seven o’clock and start with some exercises. Then we have a practice game until ten o’clock. After that we go out and get something to eat. How nice! It’s OK, but I never get to see my children in the evening. I think I need a daytime job.

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What do you eat for breakfast? Do you always eat the same thing?

What time is your last class? Do you have a class in the evening?

How often do you send text messages? Do you send some every day?

What do you like to read? Do you like comic books?

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So what are your plans for the weekend, David? I haven’t made any plans yet. Maybe I’ll go to a movie or a baseball game. But I really don’t know. How about you, Anne? Oh, my cousins are coming for the weekend, so I’ll be busy showing them around. I’m gonna take them sightseeing on Saturday, and then we’re gonna see a pop concert on Sunday.

Have a nice weekend, Tony. Thanks. You too, Mary. What are your plans? Well, I think it’ll be an interesting weekend. I entered my dog in the dog show. Really? When is it? It’s Saturday and Sunday at City Hall. Would you like to come? I’d love to, but I’m going away for the weekend. Some friends and I are gonna go to the beach. The weather is gonna be good this weekend, so I want to try out my new surfboard.

I’m really looking forward to the weekend. It’s been such a

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busy week. Yeah, me, too. Do you have any plans, Silvia? I want to go to the International Electronics Fair at the Convention Center. I read about that. It sounds interesting. Yeah, they always have great stuff to look at. You can buy things, too, and the prices are usually pretty good. Are you gonna go, Hye-won? I don’t think so. I have a lot of things to do at home this weekend.

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That Springfield guy is gonna do a show here next week. Have you seen him on TV? Yeah. He’s amazing, isn’t he? Have you seen him fly? I wonder how he does that. I don’t know. It’s incredible. And I love it when he pulls things out of the air, like a bird or a rabbit. Yeah. How much are the tickets? Oh. They’re $90 each. I don’t think I can afford $90. Neither can I.

This sounds good. Free entry. Both Saturday and Sunday, downtown on Market Street. There are going to be chefs from Japan, Taiwan, Singapore, and Thailand. Mm. Sounds great, Ethan. You can watch them cook and then try a lot of the dishes for free. Let’s go Sunday morning. Then we can stay and have lunch there. Great. This is gonna be fun.

I see that Canadian group is back in town. Oh, really? I went to their show with my girlfriend last year. It was great. You should really try to go this time. They don’t have any animals. It’s a different kind of show, with clowns and acrobats and dancers. I know. My parents are gonna take me to the show for my birthday. I’m really excited about it. Are you gonna go again? No. It was terrific, but it’s pretty expensive.

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Hey, this sounds interesting. It’s the Asian finals. Oh, yeah? Who’s playing? China and Korea. And is it singles or doubles? Both, I think. When is it? Saturday afternoon. Oh, I can’t go then. That’s too bad. I guess I’ll go by myself.

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I’m gonna take them sightseeing on Saturday.

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Hi, Matt. This is Kristi. Are you free on Saturday night? Kazu and I are gonna go to a movie. Do you want to come with us?

Hi, Megumi, it’s Su-wei. Listen, let’s go swimming this afternoon. It’s gonna be really hot. Give me a call, OK?

Hi, Max. This is Terry Wood, your neighbor. I just wanted to remind you about the barbecue at our place Friday night. I hope you’re going to come. Could you give me a call to let me know? Thank you!

Hi, Kerry. Li-wei here. Are you free later today? I’m gonna go downtown and try to get a new camera. Could you come along and help me choose one? Thanks.

Hi, Emma. This is James. Don’t forget about the party at school Friday night. It’s gonna be so much fun. Bring a few CDs if you can. See you there!

Good morning, Ms. Wang. This is China Air calling about your flight to Los Angeles. I’m afraid it has been delayed. It’s now going to depart at 10 P.M. instead of 5 P.M. That’s 10 P.M. Thank you.

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That looks really nice on you, Melissa. Thanks. I wear it a lot. It’s rather special. Really? Is it made of gold? No, it’s not. But the thing is, it used to belong to my grandmother. So I always think of her when I wear it.

That’s really cool. Thanks. It’s very handy for keeping my keys and other things in. It’s unusual. Yeah, I think the design is pretty. You don’t see many like that around here. No, I bought it on my first trip to Mexico. So it always reminds me of the fantastic vacation I had in Acapulco.

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How long have you had that one, Christopher? Oh, I’ve had it for years. I suppose I should get a new one. My friends say this one looks really old fashioned. But it still tells the time, and it’s special to me. Why is it so special? Well, it brings me good luck during exams. I wore it when I took my university entrance exam—and here I am!

Could I borrow that, please, Li-hong? Sure, it writes really well. Do you use it a lot? Not really. I write most things on my laptop, but I always use it when I send someone a postcard. Did someone give it to you? No, it was a school prize. In fact, it’s the only prize I’ve ever won at school. That’s why it’s special to me.

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May I show you our new cell phone? It’s only $80. Yeah, it looks awesome. What can it do? Well, of course it’s lightweight like all the others, but it has one brand-new feature. Let me show you: “Andrew Choi.” That’s amazing. So you don’t have to dial the number. You just say the name. Yes, you can say the name or the number, and the phone dials for you. Cool! I’d love to have one of those, and the price is pretty good.

This camera looks kind of big. True, but tiny cameras are often hard to use. This one is easy to use. And watch this. Wow! That’s neat. You see, it folds up when you’re not using it. Now it’s small enough to carry in your wallet. That’s a cute idea, but I’m happy with the camera I have.

Here’s our new MP3 player. You can store hundreds of songs on it. You can do that on any MP3 player. So what’s special about this one? Well, you can play it underwater. So you can listen to music in the shower or at the pool. Hmm. I don’t know. Who needs to listen to music while they’re swimming?

Is this a TV? Yes, it’s a projection TV. This box receives the TV signal and sends the picture anywhere you want, like to your bedroom or living room wall. You don’t need a TV screen. And what’s the picture quality like? It’s much better than the picture on any plasma or LCD screen. That’s terrific. I need a better TV, and this one could be moved from room to room.

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May I show you our new cell phone? Yeah, it looks awesome.

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Watch this. Wow! That’s neat.

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How long have you had that new camera? I bought it last month. It looks nice. Was it expensive? No, it was on sale for $30. Amazing! Was it made in Japan? No, it was made in Germany. Oh. Look. It actually unfolds to get bigger. Wow! That’s awesome. And how much does it weigh? It only weighs 200 grams. Cool. How long does the battery last? It lasts up to 50 hours. That’s neat. You made a good choice.

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Yesterday I found an article in the paper about the weird things people collect. Oh, yeah? It’s amazing what people collect. There’s this guy in the United States named Peter Lavinger... OK. And he’s got 1,300 autographed drumsticks! Really? That’s awesome! Yeah. He even has one from Ringo Starr of the Beatles! Wow! Ringo played with it? He played with it and autographed it. Then there’s another guy called John Meisenheimer who has a huge collection of yo-yos. Let’s see here . . . He has 23 boxes of yo-yos. How many yo-yos do you think it takes to fill 23 boxes? I have no idea. 4,251. That’s a lot of yo-yos! Yeah. And there’s an Italian guy, Alessandro Benedetti, who collects music records made of colored vinyl. He has more than a thousand! Eighty-eight have pictures on them and 23 are unusual shapes. I’d like to look through that collection. Me, too. But I think the coolest collection in this article is banana objects! Ken Bannister of California has collected 17,000 things that look like bananas or have pictures of bananas on them. That’s crazy… Well, if any of you have interesting collections, we want to

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We have a series with pictures of trains and factories. How about that? Trains and factories? Yes, I’d like to see them, please.

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Paul’s Poster Shop. How can I help you? Hi. I collect movie posters. Do you have posters from the Harry Potter movies? Harry Potter movie posters? Let me see…Yes, we have them all except the poster from the first movie. Oh. That’s the one I was looking for. Well, thanks anyway. We do have all the Lord of the Rings posters if you’re interested. Lord of the Rings? No, I’ve got those, thanks.

This is Collectors’ Corner. May I help you? Yes. I’m looking for things for my Elvis Presley collection. Elvis Presley things? We have a lot of them. What kind of things are you looking for? I’m looking for record albums, actually. Albums? Sure. We have quite a few. But they’re pretty expensive. The cheapest one is $50.00. Oh, I think that’s a bit too much for me. But thanks anyway. Thanks for calling.

Good morning. Sports Memories. Hello. Do you have any old World Cup T-shirts? World Cup T-shirts? Yeah. Which one are you looking for? Do you have any from the 2002 World Cup series in Korea and Japan? The 2002 World Cup? Just a minute…Yes. You’re lucky. We have just a couple of T-shirts left from the 2002 series. But they’re expensive. Around $100 each. Wow. They are expensive. But I’ll come down and get one anyway. It’s a birthday present for my dad. He collects them.

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Do you have posters from the Harry Potter movies? Harry Potter movie posters? Let me see.

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We have all the Lord of the Rings posters. Lord of the Rings? No, I’ve got those, thanks.

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Do you sell old stamps? Old stamps? Yes, we do. What kind of stamps are you looking for? I collect stamps from the 1950s. Stamps from the 1950s? Are you looking for stamps from a certain place? Yes, I’m trying to find stamps from China in the 1950s. China in the 1950s? OK. I think I can help you. Let me check the computer to see what we have.

How did this happen? I was helping in the kitchen last night and I picked up a pot with hot oil in it. So you weren’t wearing anything on your hands? No, I didn’t know the pot was hot. The pain is pretty bad, and I can’t type anything on my laptop.

Oh, I see you’re very red. That must be painful. Yes, it is. Were you at the beach? No. I was at the swimming pool on Sunday. It was really hot. I did put sunscreen on my face and arms. But you forgot about your shoulders? Yeah. It really hurts when I put on my shirt.

It hurts when I turn my head. How long has it been hurting? For about a week. Have you been using the computer a lot? Yeah, I play a lot of computer games. So you’re on the computer for hours at a time? I guess so. Well, you need to take breaks when you’re using the computer. Every hour you should get up and move around a bit.

Oh, that looks painful. How long has it been like that? Since Saturday. I stepped on something sharp at the beach. You mean a can or something? No. I think it was a piece of glass. I was barefoot and so it made quite a deep cut. I put a bandage on it, but that didn’t help much. So it still hurts? Yeah, especially when I walk.

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City Clinic. Good morning. Good morning. I’d like to make an appointment to see a doctor, please. My name is Henry Chen. And what’s your problem, Mr. Chen? I have a very sore knee. I can hardly walk. I see. So you need to see a doctor as soon as possible? Yes, please. I can give you an appointment with Dr. Brown at 2:15 today. That sounds fine, thanks.

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City Clinic. How may I help you? Hello. Could I see Dr. Lee this afternoon, please? She’s not here today. Could you come at 10:30 tomorrow morning? OK. I need to see her about my back. All right. Your name, please? Wendy Lipskin. Thank you, Ms Lipskin. And the problem is your back? Yes. My backache hasn’t gone away.

City Clinic. Sorry to keep you waiting. That’s OK. I need to see a doctor about my ear. All right. Would you like to see Dr. Brown at 5 o’clock today? That would be great. Could I have your name, please? Sun-hee Pak. Sun-hee Pak. Right. And you’re calling about an ear infection? I don’t know if it’s infected, but I can’t hear very well.

City Clinic. Good morning. Hi. I need to see a doctor, please. I hurt my leg playing baseball. I see. Would you like to see Dr. Lee this morning at 11.15? OK. Your name, please? Cindy Lopez. And did you say you’d cut your leg? No, but it’s very swollen.

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I picked up a pot with hot oil in it. So you weren’t wearing anything on your hands? No. I didn’t know the pot was hot.

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I woke up with a very bad headache, so I took some pain killers. But they didn’t help? No. My head still hurts a lot.

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I’ve hurt my back again, Doctor. So this isn’t the first time? No. I’ve done it a few times before.

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I cut myself while I was fixing dinner last night. So you were using a knife? Yes. A very sharp one.

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I’d like to see a doctor, please. Any doctor will do! So you haven’t been here before? No, I haven’t.

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My ear has been bothering me for a long time. But you haven’t taken anything for it? No, not yet.

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I hurt my ankle playing tennis on Saturday. So you play a lot of tennis, do you? I do.

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OK, everyone. Stand up and raise your hands straight above your head. That’s right. We’ll hold them there for ten seconds. Perfect.

Now I want you all to bring your right knee up as high as you can and hold it there. Listen. You’re not paying attention. I said your right knee. Let’s try it again.

OK, now put your hands behind your head. Yes, that’s right. On your neck. Yes, both hands, everyone. Very good. That’s great. Everyone is correct.

OK, listen carefully. This time put your right hand on your left shoulder and your left hand on your right shoulder. No, that’s not right. You can do better than that. Let’s do it again.

OK. Now bend forward as far as possible with your hands behind your back. No, some of you are touching your toes. Pay attention. Put your hands behind your back.

OK. Now the last one. Put your head back as far as possible and look up. No, not like that. Come on, everyone, listen carefully.

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How often do you do it, Alex? I try to do it every day. It really helps me relax. And what’s more, I enjoy it. Do you do it at home? Yeah. I put on a CD with some relaxing music and just sit on the floor for about 20 minutes. Sometimes I fall asleep for a minute or two, but that’s OK.

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Do you do it by yourself, Nicholas? No. I go to a class with some friends three times a week. Is it fun? Yeah. We have a wonderful teacher, and he plays lively music while we exercise. So you just follow what he does? Yeah. It’s really hard work. On the other hand, you feel great when you’re done.

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Why do you like it so much? Well, it’s relaxing, and also I love country-western music. Right. And where do you do it, Sang-hoon? Our group meets in a school gym. We all wear cowboy hats and boots. Then we get in lines and start dancing to the music. It’s easy. You just watch the others. I think it’s a lot of fun. However, you do have to love the music.

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Where did you learn to do it, Katy? In China. But I still do it every week. I meet with a group at the park on Sunday mornings. And does it help you? Yes. It’s very slow and gentle—and yet it really stretches your muscles and is very good for your health. And another thing, the Chinese music we play is very relaxing.

Do you do it every day, Martin? Yeah. I do about 10 kilometers a day. It takes me about two hours, but the time goes quickly. And how do you do it exactly? Well, you move very fast but you don’t run. You also move your arms up and down.

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Meditation helps me relax. And what’s more, I enjoy it. Tai chi is very slow and gentle. And another thing, the Chinese music we play is very relaxing. You move very fast but you don’t run. You also move your arms up and down.

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Our aerobics class is really hard work. On the other hand, you feel great when you’re done. Tai chi is very slow and gentle. And yet it really stretches your muscles. Line dancing is a lot of fun. However, you do have to love the music.

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I think swimming is a great sport. It really keeps you fit and healthy. I agree. And what’s more, you don’t often get injuries.

I don’t like going outside to exercise. I prefer to exercise at home in front of the TV. It’s more fun. And another thing, no one can see you do it.

I keep fit by walking for about twenty minutes every day. It’s really easy and enjoyable. And also you don’t need any equipment to do it.

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I think I’ll take these sandals. They’ll be comfortable on the trip. Good idea. But you won’t need those boots. I guess not. And I won’t need a jacket, either. Should I take a hat? I think so. It’s going to be sunny. And don’t forget sunscreen, James. Right. Oh, I nearly forgot my swimming trunks. Don’t forget those!

I’ll need three or four nice shirts. Yes, and don’t forget some ties. You should wear a different one each day. I suppose so. And here’s my jacket for the meetings. I guess I won’t need any T-shirts or shorts. No, I don’t think so. You won’t need sandals, either. But remember your nice dark shoes. Right. And I’ll take an umbrella in case it rains.

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I think I’ll need some sweaters and a heavy coat. Yeah. Did you check the weather forecast? It might be snowing when you get there. You’re right. I’ll need some warm pants, too—and maybe my boots. Is there a gym at the hotel, Joanna? Yes, I guess so, but I won’t have time to use it. I have meetings all day. So no need for your sneakers. I don’t think so. I’m not taking any shorts or T-shirts, either.

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We’ll be sleeping outdoors in tents, so it’ll get cold at night. Yeah, you’ll need jeans and a warm sweater. And a light jacket in case it rains. Good thinking. Those sandals aren’t strong enough for

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I love cycling. I feel really good after I’ve gone a few kilometers. Yeah, me, too. However, it’s hard work going uphill.

Skiing is fantastic. It strengthens your body, and you can get fresh air at the same time. That’s true. And yet it’s not very popular here, is it?

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My favorite kind of exercise is playing golf. It’s very relaxing and a lot of fun. Yeah, I know what you mean. On the other hand, it’s not very nice when it rains.

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hiking. I guess not. I’ll take my boots. Will you need a swimming suit? I think it’s too cold for swimming this time of year. Hey, maybe I’ll take a hat in case it gets really cold.

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Excuse me. May I ask you a few questions? Sure. Go ahead. Where do you work? I’m a grade school teacher. I see. I suppose you have to dress quite formally. No, not really. I usually wear pants and a nice shirt and comfortable shoes. I guess comfortable shoes are important. Definitely! I never teach in high heels.

Excuse me, may I ask you something? What do you wear to work? Well, I work as a hotel receptionist, so I wear a uniform every day. A uniform. Are uniforms a good idea? I think so. We have quite a nice uniform–a jacket with a high collar and pants. Some people say uniforms are boring. I don’t think so. I like our uniform. And it’s convenient. I never have to worry about what to wear to work, and I don’t have to spend money on work clothes.

And so you work at a bank? That’s right. What do you wear to work? I have to wear a suit. And do you like that? Not really. I don’t find it very comfortable, especially in the summer. Do you think the customers expect you to dress formally? Yes, I guess so.

Where do you work, if I may ask? In an office. And do you wear a uniform to work? Oh, no. We dress very casually in our office. I never wear a tie, for example, and it’s OK to wear sandals in the summertime. Usually I wear a sport shirt, pants, and sneakers. Then I don’t have to change shoes if I go to the gym after work. And do you think dressing casually helps you work better? I think so. Definitely.

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Do you think uniforms are boring? Not really.

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Do you think this shirt goes with these pants? No, I don’t think so.

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Do you like wearing high heels? Not really.

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Can these jeans be washed? I think so.

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May I borrow your jacket for the party? I suppose so.

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Do I need to take a sweater? No, I don’t think so.

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This shirt looks very well made. I think you’re right. It’s made of very fine cotton, and you can wash or dry clean it. That’s good. I think the price is reasonable, too. I agree, Matt. It’s on sale for $17.95. That’s a very good price.

What do you think of these jeans, Christine? Do you like them? I like the color and I love the style. The little pink heart on the pocket is really cute. Yeah, it is. And they’re only $20.00. They look much more expensive. I agree. Unfortunately, they’re too tight for me. I could never wear them.

Here are some sneakers. You like that brand, don’t you? Yeah, I love Adidas but these are too big for me. Really? What size do you wear? I wear a ten, and these are elevens. They don’t have them in a ten. That’s too bad.

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It sure is, because they’re on sale for $35.00.

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This shirt looks very well made. I think you’re right.

Look at these ties! Hey, they’re pretty cool. I like this one. The color’s a little bright, but everyone’s wearing this narrow style right now. Yeah, it’s very fashionable. And it’s only $12.00!

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The price is reasonable, too. I agree.

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It’s fun to wear bright colors. Really? Do you think so? I like to wear soft, warm colors.

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It doesn’t matter what clothes look like if they’re comfortable. I don’t know about that. I think style is important.

These earrings are pretty, aren’t they, Nicole? Yeah. I like the blue stones with the gold around them. So do I. They sort of look like stars, don’t they? Yeah. I’d love to get these. Oh, but they’re $60.00. That’s really more than I can afford.

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So do you spend a lot on clothes, Sally? No, I don’t, Kazu. In fact, I often buy second-hand clothes. It’s silly to spend a lot of money on new things when you can get used ones for half the price. Well, maybe, but I wouldn’t be very comfortable wearing second-hand clothes.

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I’ve noticed that you wear a lot of bright colors, Pei-ting. That’s right, Robert! And I love putting unusual colors together, like orange and purple. It makes people notice me, and it’s fun. Really? Do you think so? I never wear bright colors. I like to wear soft, warm colors.

Do you spend a lot on clothes, Kevin? I sure do. Especially shoes. I always get designer brands. They’re usually very well made. I know what you mean. I’d rather buy one piece of designer clothing than ten cheap things. You pay a lot more for designer brands, but they look better and last longer than cheap ones. I agree with you, Linda. We should go shopping together!

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I always buy cotton shirts. They’re so comfortable to wear. I think you’re right. They’re the best, especially in the summer.

It’s good to keep up with the latest fashions. You can have a really modern, fresh look. Really? Do you think so? I think a classic look is better.

I usually wear dark colors. I think they make you look slimmer. I don’t know about that. Sometimes a lighter color makes you look slimmer.

I think most men look good in a suit. I agree. I wish men would wear them all the time.

This shirt is so cool. I love the bright colors. But it’s $120that’s too expensive. I don’t know about that. It’s from Italy, and it’s very good quality. I think it’s worth it.

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I enjoy dressing up in my best clothes. I hardly ever wear casual clothes in public. When I go out I want to look as fashionable as possible. I’m just the opposite, Ben. I never dress up unless I have to. Oh, really, Sarah? Then I don’t think we should go out together.

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Most men aren’t very interested in clothes. I don’t know about that. Some men spend a lot of time and money on clothes.

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My son has always wanted one of these. Yes, most kids love them. They make a lot of noise. That’s for sure. And there are so many different kinds. Yes, there are. Will your son be playing in a group or on his own? He’s going to be a drummer in the school band.

My daughter wants one of these, but I think they look uncomfortable to play. They aren’t, really. You can stand up or sit down when you’re playing, but you should always keep your back

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straight. Also, it's very important to hold the instrument correctly. Uh-huh. Some violinists get a pain in the neck when they first start playing because they’re not holding their instruments right.

Can you teach yourself to play one of these, or do you need to take lessons? Well, some people learn to play them without taking lessons, but the trouble is, when you learn to play the guitar on your own you often develop bad habits. That’s true. And later it’s hard to change the way you play.

I tried to play one of these once, but I found it very difficult. Yes, it takes a while to learn how to blow into it and get the right sound. I know. But my daughter really wants to play the trumpet. Would this be a good one for a beginner? Yes, it would. Does she have a good place to practice? You don’t want to cause problems for your family.

This is a beautiful instrument. That’s right. It’s useful to have in the house so you can practice and it’s also a beautiful piece of furniture. My son is only seven. Do you think his hands are big enough to reach the keys? Oh, yes. Many children learn to play at that age.

born in Shenyang, China, in 1982 and began taking piano lessons when he was only three. He gave his first concert two years later. Within a few years Lang had won several national and international prizes, and at age 17 he became widely known after a dazzling performance with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. What an amazing musician. And now let’s listen to Lang playing.. 4. Tune In Class CD 3 Track 4 → Page 63 A: B:

Drums make a lot of noise. That’s for sure.

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Today, we’re going to be listening to the music of some outstanding young musicians: all of them were very successful musicians before they turned 21. First we’re going to hear an artist that I know many of you love—the beautiful Alicia Keys. What a talented lady. Singer, pianist, and songwriter, she really has it all. Born in New York in 1981, Alicia began piano lessons at just 7 years old and started writing songs as a teenager. And she was an excellent student. Yes, that’s right. She graduated from high school at age 16 and was accepted into Columbia University. But Alicia left the university before graduating, to follow her singing career, and her albums have already sold more than 10 million copies. Here she is singing one of my favorites from her second album…

And now let’s hear from ‘the queen of the violin,’ the lovely Vanessa-Mae, a truly international star who has performed in more than 50 countries. Born in Singapore in 1978, Vanessa-Mae moved to London with her family when she was four years old and started playing the violin at the age of five. In 1988 she gave her first professional performance, and she had recorded three albums by the age of 13. Wow! Here’s one of her latest songs...

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I just started taking piano lessons. Uh-huh. I have to learn to read music first. You can read music, can’t you, Mike? Yes, I can. Are you finding it difficult? Yeah. More difficult than I expected, to be honest. It takes so long. That’s true. Do you have a good teacher? Yeah, he’s great. It’s really important to have a good teacher. That’s for sure. And the teacher needs to be very patient, too. Uh-huh. How often do you have lessons? Four times a week. That’s a lot! Yeah, but I think it’s better to do it that way. You learn more quickly, I think. Uh-huh. It’s fun, too. You know, it feels great when you make progress. I know. You play the violin, right? Yeah. I think the piano is easier to learn than the violin. That’s true. I think the violin takes even longer. People just don’t understand how hard it is to be a musician. That’s right.

And now some information about an event for pop music fans. Don't forget the big pop concert in the park. I hear it's going to be a terrific show. You can get tickets at the park

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entrance. The concert will take place in the middle of the park near the fountain. Bring a lawn chair or blanket to sit on if you want to be comfortable, because there aren’t any seats. See you there.

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The final performance by students of the Ballet Academy will be held at the outdoor stadium this year. It's a great place for a show as long as it doesn't rain. The stadium holds up to 3000 people, and every seat has a good view of the stage. So if you like ballet, this is an event you’ll really enjoy.

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Would you like to go to the “Pop Idol” show on Sunday, Brian? What’s that, Su-wei? You know, that TV show. The competition for people who want to become pop singers. Oh, yeah. I’ve seen it on TV. Well, do you want to see it live? I have a couple of tickets. I’m afraid I can’t. I’m busy on Sunday.

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Are you interested in going to a rock concert? Thanks, that sounds nice.

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Would you like to go to the “Pop Idol” show? I’d love to, but I’m busy tonight.

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If you like opera, make sure you get tickets for tomorrow night's concert by the brilliant Korean singer Sumi Jo. She’s going to sing music by some of the greatest composers of opera, Mozart and Puccini. Her concert starts early—at 7 P.M. and the doors open at 6 P.M.. So make sure you arrive in plenty of time.

And if you like musicals, you’ll want to see one of my favorites—West Side Story. This show has wonderful music and dancing, and it was made into a famous movie. The Maple Hill Theater Company is performing West Side Story next Wednesday the 16th at 6:30 P.M. It's a fairly long show–that’s why it starts at 6:30. Do try to get tickets. They’re only $10 each.

Did you know there’s going to be a rock concert in the park on Saturday, Mary? No, I didn’t, Cameron. Who’s playing? It’s a new group from the West Coast. They’re called the Five Stars. I’ve never heard them play, but people say they’re really good. Yeah, I’ve heard of them, too. I was thinking of going. Are you interested? I can get some tickets. That sounds great.

Do you like Rain, Sang-hoon? Yeah. I love his songs, and I think he’s a fantastic dancer. Uh-huh. Did you know he’s singing here next month? Really? I’d love to see that show. How much are the tickets? They’re around $100. But I’m willing to pay that much. How about you? Sorry, I can’t. That’s too expensive for me.

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Are you interested in guitar music, Kayla? Yes, I am. Actually I’m learning to play the guitar at the moment. Why? Well, there’s a classical guitar concert at the university next Thursday. I believe the guitarist is from Spain. Hey, that sounds interesting. How much are the tickets? They’re only ten dollars. Would you like to go? Sure, I’d love to.

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Do you want to come over to my place tonight? We could hang out and listen to music. Sure, I’d love to.

Kaoru, I’m going to that hip-hop show at the college tonight. Would you like to come along? Oh, thanks, Dominic. I’d love to, but I’ve got a big assignment to finish.

Are you free tomorrow night? I have two tickets for the symphony concert. My boyfriend is one of the violinists. Thanks, that sounds nice.

I got some free tickets, so I’m taking a group to the opera on Friday. Would you like to join us? I’m afraid I can’t. I’ll be out of town on Friday.

We’ve just bought a new karaoke machine. Why don’t you come over and try it out with us tonight? Thanks, but I’m busy tonight. Maybe some other time.

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Want something to eat, James? I’ve got some chocolate ice cream in the freezer. Sounds good, but no, thanks. I’m trying to lose weight. OK. So...want to try out my new video game? Sure. Where is it?

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These chocolates are delicious. I think they’re from Belgium. Care to try one, Akemi? I’d love to. Belgian chocolates are my favorites. OK. And let’s listen to some music. I want you to hear this new album I got. Sounds good.

I feel like having a little snack. Oh, I know. I’ve got some potato chips in the kitchen. Want some? Nothing for me at the moment, thanks. Are you sure? Yeah. I had a big lunch. OK. I’ll just get some for myself, then we can go down to the pool.

Like a snack, Sharon? I have some cookies if you’re getting hungry. I’m fine right now, thanks. OK. Maybe later. Shall I change the channel? Actually, I’m enjoying this show. Oh OK.

I’m a little hungry. I wonder if we have anything to eat. Hmm. Here’s some popcorn. Like some popcorn, Li-wei? Um...sure. Popcorn’s not too fattening, I guess. It’ll be ready in a minute. Then I’ll show you my new laptop.

Care for a sandwich, Justin? That’d be great. I’m really enjoying this game of chess. Me, too. How about peanut butter and banana? Sure. Here you go. Now where were we? It’s your move.

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Wow. Those look really tasty, Ken. They are! I guess I should eat something healthier, but I usually get a double order of fries and cover them with ketchup. Mm. Delicious. Plus it’s a very cheap lunch. Only four dollars. Care for some?

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What do you have for lunch, Emi? I’m not very hungry at lunchtime, so I usually don’t eat anything. I just have something to drink—a soda or some juice or something like that. Nothing else? No, that’s all.

Do you eat a big lunch? No. I only get half an hour for lunch, so I don’t have time to eat much. My lunch break is half an hour, too. I usually just eat some fruit.

Is that all you’re having for lunch, Maria? Yeah. I don’t eat rice or bread. They’re too fattening. I see. In the summertime I usually just have a salad and some yogurt. Well, that does look nice. Mind if I join you?

Do you bring your lunch from home, Jeff? No. I like to get something hot for lunch. So you buy lunch near your office? Yeah, at a food stall usually. I get fried rice most days. It really fills me up.

Going to lunch? Yeah. Like to join me? Sure. Where are you going? To the college cafeteria. It has great sushi. I love sushi. Yeah. It’s delicious.

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Care for a hamburger? I’m going to pick some up. Oh, thanks. I’ll take two.

I’m going to buy something for dinner. Would you like some noodles?

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Would you care for a cookie? I made them myself. Mm. They look delicious.

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Today we’re talking about simple meals that you can make in less than 30 minutes. Welcome to the show, Will. So, let’s get started! Great. For my first recipe you need some rice, onions, garlic, stock, and cheese. Oh, and mushrooms. Rice, onions, garlic, chicken, stock, cheese, and mushrooms. Right. And here’s how you make it. First, chop the onions and garlic into small pieces. Fry them in olive oil along with 120 grams of mushrooms. Stir in the rice. Then add the stock and some chopped parsley. Stir slowly until all the liquid has disappeared. All the liquid has disappeared? Yes. Stir in some cheese and then serve! Here’s some I made earlier. Mm. That looks delicious...

And do you have anything else for us today, Will? Yes, I want to show you another simple rice dish. This one is handy for using up leftover cooked rice. Sounds great. What else do you need? Eggs, vegetable oil, shrimp, soy sauce, a couple of chopped onions, and some chopped garlic. And how do you start? First, beat three eggs with salt and pepper. Heat some oil and make a thin omelet with the eggs. Let the omelet cool and then chop it up. Next, fry the shrimp for two to three minutes. Two to three minutes. Right, then add the onion and garlic and cook for another one to two minutes. Stir in the rice and then the soy sauce. Finally, remove your pan from the heat and stir in the cooked omelet. Wonderful. That sounds easy and looks very delicious…

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Pizza To Go. May I help you?

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Yes. I’d like a mushroom pizza, please. Mushroom. OK. Small, medium, or large? Medium, please. And would you like thick or thin crust? Thick or thin. Um...I’ll have thin crust. OK. That’ll take about 30 minutes.

Asian Express. Hello. I’d like some fried rice, please. Small or large? Large. OK. What would you like in your rice? You can have chicken, pork, or seafood. Pork, please. Would you like anything to drink? No, thanks. OK. One order of fried rice with pork. May I have your address, please?

Hello. Best Burger. What would you like? A burger, please. For delivery. All right. What kind of burger? We have cheese, bacon, and chili burgers. Um. I guess I’ll have a cheeseburger. And do you want fries with that? Yeah. A small order of fries. With salt, please. OK. So you want one cheeseburger and a small order of fries. Anything to drink? Yeah. I’d like a can of orange soda, please.

Spicy Eats. What would you like? Um. I’d like some chili con carne. But I don’t want it too spicy. Chili con carne. Not too spicy. Is medium all right? Uh-huh. Anything else? Maybe a salad. One salad. Regular or large? Just regular, thanks. OK. And what’s the address? Actually, I’ll pick it up. My name’s Grace.

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I’d like a mushroom pizza, please. Mushroom. OK.

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I’d like two chicken sandwiches. I’m really hungry today. Two chicken sandwiches. Right. Anything else?

Could you deliver the food before 7:00? I have to leave after that. Before 7:00. Sure, that’s no problem.

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I think we should have beef kebabs at the barbecue. What do you think? Beef kebabs. Yeah, that sounds good.

We have two kinds of ice cream. Would you like chocolate or vanilla? Chocolate or vanilla? Hmmm. Let me think…

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When you go to Bangkok, you must try the shrimp soup. It’s quite spicy, but it’s delicious. Shrimp soup in Bangkok. I’ll remember that.

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You live alone, don’t you, Atsuko? Yeah. I like it, actually. I’m usually pretty tired when I come home from school, so I don’t want to have to talk to other people. So what do you do when you get home? Well, sometimes I put on a CD of my Spanish lessons and listen to them with no one around to bother me. Sometimes I just read. Are you going to stay in the same apartment next year? It depends. Probably so.

Where are you going to live when you go to college, Jacob? I’m not sure. But location is pretty important to me. What do you mean? Well, the traffic in this city is really a problem. It takes a long time to go anywhere. I don’t want to spend time sitting on a bus or train every day. I want to live on campus, so I can walk to my classes easily. What are your options for housing then? I don’t know.

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Are you going to stay on campus next semester, Ashley? Maybe, but I don’t think so. The residence halls are quite expensive. Uh-huh. So what are you going to do? I’m not sure yet, to be honest, but a group of us are thinking of living together. That’ll be cheaper. We can buy our food together and share expenses.

I don’t want to live on campus. Why not, Ken? I don’t think it’s a good idea to live in the same place you’re studying. I’ve saved some money, so I think I’ll be able to rent an apartment by myself. Some place nice, with a bedroom, a living room, a kitchen, and maybe a balcony. Don’t you think you’ll be lonely? No, I don’t think so.

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Do you live on campus, Jun-hao? No, I’m staying with a local family. Oh. How do you like it? Well, they have two little kids who are pretty noisy. Uh-huh. They always have the TV on loud. And my room faces the street, so I hear a lot of traffic noise. Are you thinking of moving? Well, I’m not sure. I wish I could but I really can’t afford to move at the moment.

What kind of housing do you have, Sam? I share an apartment with three friends. Great. Do you have your own bedroom? Yeah. We each have a bedroom. I’m really lucky – mine is the biggest one. I have enough room for a bed, a desk, and two armchairs. Wow. Are you planning to stay there next year? Maybe. I hope so.

Does it take you a long time to get to your classes, Emma? Not at all. I live in a residence hall on campus. That sounds convenient. It is. Everything I need is so close by–the library, the swimming pool, the bus stop. It’s really great.

You live with a local family, don’t you, Mei-ling?. Yes. Actually, it’s just an old lady and her granddaughter. How does that work out? It’s great. They’re both really sweet and friendly. And their house is close to campus.

My friends and I are going to move. Oh, really? I thought you were happy in your apartment, John. Not any more. It’s too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter. And some of the windows are broken, so the rain comes in. Where are you moving to? I don’t know yet.

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You’re looking for a new roommate, aren’t you? I’m not sure. Oh. I thought Jenny was moving. She might change her plans.

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Is your rent going to go up next year? No. I spoke to the landlord yesterday. It’s not going to go up.

Are you getting an apartment soon? I’ve already found one, actually. I move in next week.

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I’d really like to paint my room, Mom. I’m getting sick of these purple walls. But we painted them just last summer, Amy. Anyway, I thought you liked purple. I do, but it makes my room too dark. Let’s try a lighter color—maybe yellow or pink. All right. If that’s really what you want, I guess we can.

We need to do something about this living room. It looks awful. What do you suggest, Sumio? Well, I think we should get a new sofa, for one thing. This one is really old, and it’s not very comfortable. Do you know what new sofas cost? Yeah, I saw some at the mall the other day. They were on sale for $399. What do you think? I suppose we could get one. Yeah, why not?

Don’t you think we should get a new TV? No, I don’t think so, Jane. Why not? A lot of my friends have plasma TVs. They’re really great. I know, but our TV is only two years old, and the picture quality’s very good. Yeah, but a plasma screen is much cooler. And much more expensive, too. I don’t think we can afford one at the moment.

Why don’t we get some carpeting for my bedroom floor? Carpeting? Why do you need carpeting, Tommy? Don’t you like the tiles we put down last year? Well, they look nice, but I like to lie on the floor and watch TV, and the tiles aren’t very comfortable. They’re also really cold in the winter. Oh, that’s too bad. I don’t think we should get carpeting, Tommy. I think you should lie on your bed.

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Now, I think the problem with this room is that it’s somewhat dark and cold. Yes, I think you’re right. It would be fairly easy to change it. We could start with the walls, and maybe paint or paper them in a lighter color. That sounds nice. And maybe try a new rug, something much lighter. Then I think you’ll find the room feels very different—much warmer and more relaxing.

I would take out a lot of this stuff to begin with. Oh, really? I got most of the furniture from my parents. Well, it’s nice, but it looks dark and heavy, and the pieces are all quite large. I would suggest getting just one or two comfortable pieces. That’s interesting. Then the room won’t seem so crowded. You’ll have more space to move around.

Hmm. This room looks as if it hasn’t been changed for 50 years. Why do you say that? Well, nowadays we prefer fresh colors, modern furniture, and a simple, clean look. Right now the room looks very 1950s. We want to bring it into the present day. Um, well, thanks for that idea.

Do you know what the problem is here? No. Well, you see, the door is in the wrong place. That makes it very difficult to get in and out of the room. I think we should move it. Oh, really? Yeah! And if we move the door over here, see how much extra space there is in the room? And then I suppose we could put the sofa and the chairs over on that side closer to the window. Will it cost a lot of money to move…?

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Let’s paint this room. I hate looking at these blue walls all the time. Let’s paint them green or yellow or something. I don’t think we need to, really. The blue is very relaxing.

Don’t you think we should get some curtains for that window? People can see in from the street. Sure. OK. We could ask my dad to help put them up.

Let’s get a new rug for the living room. We can share the cost. Yeah, why not? It won’t cost very much, I guess. And a new rug would be nice.

This apartment is too small for the two of us. Why don’t we get a bigger place? That’s a good idea. It would be more expensive, I guess, but we could use more space.

Let’s move the stereo over to this side of the living room, Tom. Um...I don’t think so. It’ll be too close to Kazu’s bedroom if we do that.

Hey. That furniture store’s having a sale. Why don’t we get a new sofa? I don’t think we should. Our sofa’s old, but it’s really comfortable.

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What about this one? “See the country and earn good money. Tour guides needed.” That sounds great. Oh, no. The ad says you need to speak Japanese. I can’t

This one sounds interesting, Ryan. Listen: “College student needed to work with children at a summer camp.” I’d love to do that. So would I. Oh, but wait a minute. It says you have to teach swimming lessons. Can you swim, Ryan? No, I can’t. Neither can I.

Wow. Listen to this one. “Part time summer art teacher needed. Teach children to draw at an elementary school.” Well, that’s not for me because I can’t draw. But you draw pretty well, don’t you, Ryan? Yeah, I guess so. What else does the ad say? It says no teaching experience is needed.

Wait a minute! This sounds like the perfect summer job for me. “Motorcycle drivers needed by large courier company.” But can you ride a motorcycle, Anne? I can’t. Yeah, I can. I took classes last summer. So why don’t you apply for that one? I think I will.

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speak Japanese. But I can, Anne. That’s right. I forgot! But it also says you must be at least 21. Well, that’s a problem. I’m only 18.

How was your summer, Julie? Not bad. I got a summer job. So did I. Where did you work? In a furniture factory. The people I worked with were very nice. The only problem was that I had to work six days a week, so I didn’t have much free time.

Did you work last summer, Riko? Yeah. I worked at a zoo, in the monkey section. That sounds like fun! I think monkeys are cool. Me, too. Some of them were really cute and friendly, and they let me play with them. But I had to clean out their cages every day! Right. That doesn’t sound so nice. But do you know what happened one day? A spider monkey got out of its cage, and it took us hours to catch it.

What did you do last summer, Michael? I went to Australia and worked on a fruit farm, picking apples and peaches. Wow! I worked ten hours a day, but the money was good. I also got to travel around Australia a bit. Great. I love traveling. Me, too. I became good friends with a girl from Switzerland who was working with me. I’m going to visit her next summer.

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How was your summer, Jun-nan? Not bad. I worked in a restaurant. I did, too! How was yours? It was a very nice Mexican restaurant. The owners were very friendly, even though I couldn’t talk with them much. I mean, I can’t speak Spanish. Neither can I. Anyway, I enjoyed the work, and the pay was good. I also made a lot of extra money from tips. Me, too! Working in a restaurant isn’t bad, is it? No. But I found one problem. We could eat as much as we wanted, and I put on four kilos.

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I’d love to work at a summer camp. So would I. I’d love to work at a summer camp. I would, too. I’d love to work at a summer camp. Me, too.

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I got a summer job. So did I. I got a summer job. I did, too. I got a summer job. Me, too.

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I can’t swim. Neither can I. I can’t swim. I can’t, either. I can’t swim. Me, neither.

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I didn’t have much free time. Neither did I. I didn’t have much free time. I didn’t, either. I didn’t have much free time. Me, neither.

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I’d love to work in a music store this summer. Me, too.

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I want to have my own business. So do I. A: B:

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I’m not very good at using computers. Neither am I.

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I think it would be great to work as a fashion designer. I do, too.

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I don’t know how to search for jobs on the Internet. I don’t, either.

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I’m quite a good cook.

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So am I.

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You work in a restaurant, don’t you, Shawn? I work for a restaurant, but not in the restaurant. What do you mean? Well, our restaurant has a delivery service. You know, people can order food over the phone. I have to take people’s orders and deliver them. I see. And do you like it? Yeah, it’s fun. But the problem is we guarantee our meals will arrive in 30 minutes or they’re free. So it’s quite stressful. I have to work very quickly, or I’ll be in trouble.

It must be exciting being a real estate agent, Yu-ting. Yes, I guess so. I work really hard, but I like it. And what exactly do you do? Well, I help people sell their homes. I advertise the properties in the newspaper and on the Internet, and also I show them to buyers. When I sell a property, the owners pay me 4 percent of the price. Sounds great. Yeah, but the problem is it can take a long time to make a sale.

What do you do, Yuji? I’m a driving instructor, actually. A driving instructor! What’s that like? Well, it’s quite interesting. I show people how to drive a car, plus I teach them the rules of the road, to get them ready for their driving test. That sounds fun. It is. And on top of that, I meet lots of really interesting people.

So you have your own business, Linda? Well, my family does. It’s a catering business. You know, we prepare food for parties and weddings and things like that. I see. I guess you get quite busy. Yeah. Especially on the weekends. Sometimes we make food for two or three hundred people. It sounds like a good business. It is, I guess. But unfortunately, I have to work every weekend.

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How long have you been doing this, Maria? About three years, I guess. And do you like it?

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Oh, yeah. It’s a lot of fun. And on top of that, it’s good exercise. It keeps me fit. I suppose so. And who do you teach? Mostly older couples. I see. So you don’t teach the modern styles much? No. Usually I teach things like the waltz. My students prefer the older music.

These are really beautiful. Where did you learn how to do this, Tony? I just taught myself, actually. Wow. And tell me, do you work in color, too? All of these are black and white. Oh, yes. I do both. I do a lot of work at weddings and school graduations and so on. This weekend I’ll be out at the beach for the surf competitions. I hope to get some really good shots.

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People think my job is really easy, but actually it’s quite difficult. In what way, Will? Well, it’s difficult to test people every day. What’s more, the people taking the test are often very nervous, and they make mistakes and cry. It’s terrible. That must be hard. Yeah. And another thing, sometimes they have accidents. Last week one man smashed into another car and then he ran away.

You have a great job, Sun-young. Yeah. Everyone says that. People say they’d like to have my job, but I don’t think they understand how hard it is. In what way? Well, it’s true that I can see lots of different cities. On the other hand, I get very tired and my legs often hurt. Sometimes after a flight I just stay in my hotel room and sleep. And another thing I don’t like is that the passengers often complain.

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It’s a lot of fun. And on top of that, it’s good exercise. Plus, it’s good exercise. What’s more, it’s good exercise.

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It’s a good business. But unfortunately, I have to work every weekend. But the problem is I have to work every weekend. However, I have to work every weekend.

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If you work at home, you have a lot of freedom. But the problem is working by yourself can get very lonely and boring.

Nowadays you need a college degree if you want a good job. Plus, you really should speak English.

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I’d love to be a fashion model. But unfortunately, I’m not really tall enough.

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Working overseas can be a good experience. What’s more, you can often learn another language.

You can earn a lot of money as a doctor. However, it’s quite a difficult job.

Many college students get jobs in the summertime. And on top of that, some of them also take summer classes.

Did you find it difficult to learn? Yes, I did, actually. It was very difficult when I started, but going to Japan for a summer really helped. After a few weeks there I was quite fluent. I should take a trip like that. I need a lot more practice if I’m going to speak Japanese well.

Wow. That looks delicious. Where did you learn to make that? I just watched my mom and dad in the kitchen when I was a kid. Really? When I cook, I never have much luck. Everything I make tastes terrible. Here. It’s ready. Try some and tell me what you think.

You’re not very fast, are you? No, I’m not. I can only do about 20 words a minute. Sorry. You need to use all your fingers, not just two. I know, but I make too many mistakes if I do that. I can type fast. Let me do it. We need to finish this assignment today.

You play very well. Thanks. I really enjoy it. I didn’t know you were so good. Did you learn to play at school? Yes, I did. We had a great music teacher. I’d love to take lessons. I can play a little, but I’m not as good as you.

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I’m not sure about this, but he’s always wanted to try it. Is he a good swimmer? Oh, yes, he is. He’s on the school team. Then there should be no problem. The equipment is quite

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easy to use. How do you wear it? Well, this part goes over your eyes, and this part fits into your mouth.

Is it easy to play? Very easy. It can make a beginner sound great! That’s wonderful. My daughter’s only had a few lessons so far. That won’t be a problem. It comes with a video that shows how to use it. Shall I play you a tune so you can hear how it sounds? Yes, please do.

Can you do tai chi? No, I can’t. But I hear it’s a good way to keep fit.

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Are you good at fixing things? No, I’m not. I always get other people to fix them.

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Can you dance the tango? No, I can’t. I love music, but I’m a terrible dancer!

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I don’t know much about these. Could you help me choose one, please? Certainly. Who’s it for? It’s for my son’s birthday. I see. And does he know how to use one? Oh, yes. He belongs to a college club that makes short films. Right. Well, this one’s quite good. It’s very light and easy to use.

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How does it work? You just type in the word you want, like this. Then click here and you get the translation. Oh, I see. That’s fast! Yes. And it contains more than twenty-five thousand words. Really? That’s a lot. Are you planning a trip to Japan? No. This is for my daughter. She’s studying Japanese in college.

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Are these a size 8? Yes, sir. Are they for you? No, they’re for my son. He’s 12. Oh, I see. Are they his first pair? Oh, no. He’s been skating for years. He won a few prizes, actually. Really? And do you skate, too? No, I’ve never tried it.

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Did you find it difficult to learn Japanese? Yes, I did. But going to Japan for a summer really helped.

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Is he a good swimmer? Oh, yes, he is. He’s on the school team.

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Can you play chess? No, I can’t. But I’ve always wanted to learn how to play it.

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Do you know how to design a Web site? Yes, I do. I’ve designed quite a few.

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You’re always on the phone, Ya-ping! Well, not always. But I do love talking to my friends. What do you talk about? Well, we talk about stuff that’s going on and how we feel about it. Uh-huh. And a lot of my friends tell me their problems, so I try to help them out.

This room looks different. You’ve changed it, haven’t you, Misaki? Yeah. I did it yesterday. It looks great. Thanks. I like to move the furniture around from time to time, and I usually paint the walls a different color every year. Every year! Wow. Is that necessary? No, not really, but it makes the apartment more interesting.

You’re in college, aren’t you, Jasmine? Yeah. I’m a freshman at State University, in the school of engineering. Engineering! That’s interesting. Why did you choose engineering? Actually, my parents wanted me to study law, but I wanted to try engineering. In high school I always did well in math and science. Math and science. Wow! Yeah. My professors say I could be a good mechanical engineer.

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So, tell us, Hyun-joo, when did you start painting? When I was nine. I had my first exhibit when I was eleven. Eleven! Wow. And did people buy your paintings? Yes, I sold all of them. All of them? Incredible. And when did you become a professional artist? After I graduated from high school. I’ve been a full-time artist for five years now.

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B: You’re a very successful opera singer, Koichi. But when did you start singing? I took my first lesson when I was five. Five! Amazing. Yes, but my voice wasn’t very good then. Later, when I was a teenager, I found I had a pretty good singing voice. Pretty good! I guess so! Then you went to a music school to study opera. Yes, that’s right. And now I sing all over the world.

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A TV show! Which one?

I got interested in dance after I saw a famous Russian ballet dancer perform. A famous Russian ballet dancer! Who was it?

Now we’re joined by one of the best young tennis players in the country today. Welcome, Allison. Thank you. I understand you’ve always loved tennis. Is that true? Yes. My parents gave me a racket for my third birthday, and I’ve been playing ever since. That’s amazing. And when did you start competing? Well, I started playing in junior competitions when I was ten. I started playing the women’s competitions when I was 16.

Our final guest speaks five languages! So, where does your linguistic ability come from, Patrick? From your parents? My parents? No, I don’t think so. They only speak one language. Really? You just have this talent for languages? I guess so. I’m learning two more at the moment. Two more! Which ones? Italian and Thai.

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I usually paint the walls every year. Every year! Wow. Is that necessary?

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I’m a freshman in the school of engineering. Engineering! That’s interesting. Why did you choose engineering?

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I’m learning two more languages at the moment. Two more! Which ones?

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I won a sports prize at school last year. A sports prize! What was it for?

When I went to college, I was the youngest person in my class. The youngest! How old were you?

I’ve always liked animals, and we had a lot of pets when I was a child. A lot of pets! What kind of pets did you have?

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