Tài liệu Dialogues for beginner

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Dialogues for beginners Narrator: Randall Benton & Barbara Dawson Matt & Caryl Auckerman (USA) Dialogue 1 - Hello. My name's Pete. What's yours? - Ann - Nice name. I like it very much. - Thank you. You name's good, too. - It was nice meeting you. - Thanks. It was nice meeting you. Dialogue 2 - What's the date today, I wonder? - Sunday, the 8th of March. - What is it famous for? - Don't you know? It's International Women's Day. Dialogue 3 - Are lessons over? - Yes, they are. - Where're you going? Home? - No, to the pictures. My friend's waiting for me there. - Good luck, then. Good bye. - Well, I'm off. See you later. Dialogue 4 - Have you got any hobbies? I have. I like English. - So do I. - Do you read much? - Yes, because I want to know English well. - Oh, let's talk English for a bit. - No objections to it. Dialogue 5 - Oh, dear, hurry up! - I'm trying to. - Well, come on. It's your first day at school. - Do you want to be late? - I'm ready now. - Off we go! Dialogue 6 - I don't think English is easy. - Why do you think so? - Because I have to work hard learning a lot by heart. Dialogue 7 - I'm going to be an English language teacher. - Why? - For a number of reasons. - What reasons, I wonder? - The main one is I like English. Dialogue 8 - What do you think the best sort of job is? - Engineering, I think. - I like medicine. - To my mind the best one is the one you like the most. Dialogue 9 - I say, where're you going? - To school, as you see. - Why so early, I wonder? It's only 12 o'clock now. - That's right, but I'm on duty, you know. - I see. - Where're you going? - To a friend of mine to play chess. Bye-bye. - Bye-bye. Dialogue 10 - Please give me that book. - What for? - To have a look at it. - Here you are. - Thank you. - Not at all. Dialogue 11 - Have you had a good day at school? - Wonderful! I've got three really good marks! - Jolly good. Congratulations! - Thank you. Dialogue 12 - You're far too lazy. Look at your English. Is this the best you can do? - You know I'm no good at English. - And what about Physics? - I'm ashamed of myself. - You could easily come top of the class. - I'll work harder, I promise. Dialogue 13 - Well, hurry up. - I'm trying to. But look, isn't there half an hour before school starts? - Is that the right time? - I'm sure it is. Dialogue 14 - School's almost over. - Yes, I know. - How many more days? - Six. - When do the holidays start? - Next week. Dialogue 15 - How did you enjoy your summer holidays? - Oh, yes, very much. I spent them at a youth camp. - On the south coast as usual with your elder sister? - Yes, but this time I was alone. - How lucky you were! - That's right. Dialogue 16 - Look here, this has got to stop. You've come bottom in nearly every subject. - Except Geography. - Yes, indeed. You came second to bottom in that. - It wasn't really my fault. I was ill for some time, wasn't I? - That's no excuse. - I'll improve. - I doubt it. Dialogue 17 - My bag, please. - Which one is it? - It's one of those, there. - This one? - No, not that one. - What colour? - It's brown… Yes. That's it. Thank you. - Not at all. Dialogue 18 - So you've passed your exams. - It wasn't all that difficult. - It's because you worked hard, I think. - Well, I was all right in History, but I didn't do so well in Literature. - And how about your English? - Not so good, only so-so. Dialogue 19 - Hello, glad to see you! - Hello, so am I. - Today's your birthday, isn't it? - That's right. It's kind of you to remember. - Well, many happy returns of the day. Here's a present for you. - Oh, thank you. What beautiful flowers! I don't know how to thank you. Dialogue 20 - Is painting your hobby? - Why do you think so? - Because there're a lot of pictures in this room. - It's my elder brother's hobby. - I see, but what about you? - I prefer books. Dialogue 21 - What shall we have for breakfast? - What about some bread and butter, two eggs and a cup of tea? - Well, I don't mind, but I'd like to add some biscuits. - OK. Dialogue 22 - Fish? Again? - Why, I thought you liked it. - I do, of course, but not every day. - Well, in that case I'll give you some meat. - Thank you. That'll be better. Dialogue 23 - Good morning. Glad to see you. - Good morning. So am I. - Won't you come and sit down? - I'm sorry, but I can't. - Why not, I wonder why? - I'm short of time, you know. - Well, then. What's up? - I'd like to see your sister. Is she in? - Oh, no. She's still at school. Dialogue 24 - Hello, who's that? - Pete. - Hello, Pete. How are you? - Hello, quite well. Thanks. What are you doing? - Playing chess with my father. - I'd like to speak to Eliza. What's she doing? - Watching the TV programme. - Shall we go to the cinema? I've got three tickets. - What's on? - A new film. They say rather interesting. - O. K. We'll meet at the entrance. - Shall we? Dialogue 25 - Have you done your homework? - Not yet. - Why not? - I didn't have time last night. - That's no excuse. Dialogue 26 - Mummy! - Yes, dear. What's the matter? You seem upset? - Yes. - Well, what's happened? - You see ... I ... well ... - Come on now, out with it! - All right, then, if you must know. I've got a bad mark. - What? Again? Dialogue 27 - I say, what's wrong? - Nothing. Everything's fine. - Why are you crying, then? Will you tell me what's happened? - Well, you see, I've lost my book. - Have you looked for it everywhere in the room? - Yes. I still can't find it. Dialogue 28 - What are you looking at? - That book. - Which one? Point to it. - That one, there. - Oh, yes. Beautiful one, isn't it? - Yes, it is. I wish I had it. - So do I. Dialogue 29 - What about killing that fly? - No. - Why not? - Why should I? - Isn't it annoying you? - No, it isn't. - Well, it's annoying me. - In that case you kill it yourself. Dialogue 30 - Why are you switching on the radio set? - Shall we listen to the 7 o'clock news? - Isn't it too early for that now? - Of course not. It's already one to 7. Dialogue 31 - Shall I help you wash? - Thanks, but I'd rather do it myself. - As you like. It's a pity I can't help you or shall I try? - Oh, no. Don't bother. - It's no bother at all. Dialogue 32 - Will you help me, my boy? - What do you want me to do, Mummy? - Will you polish the floor today? - Is it my turn? - Yes, it is. Your brother did it last time. - Oh, all right, then. Dialogue 33 - Your things are lying about all over the room. - Well, what about it? - Just tidy them up. - I'll think about it. - How about doing it now? - Well... if you insist... Dialogue 34 - What are you doing here? - I'm reading. Why are you asking me? - Sorry, but I need your help. - What can I do for you? - Please bring me a pail of water. - With pleasure. Dialogue 35 - Will you copy this text for me? - Sorry, but I'd rather not. - Why not? - I don't feel like copying. - Is that as difficult as all that? - No, but still, you have to do it yourself. Dialogue 36 - Excuse me. Could you help me, please? - I'll try. What do you want? - Something's wrong with my alarm-clock. - Let me see ... Sorry, but I can't help. You'd better get it repaired. Dialogue 37 - What's the matter with you? - I'm not feeling very well today. - Do you have a headache? - Yes, and a sore throat, too. - Well, in that case you'd better stay at home. - Oh, yes, I'll have to. Dialogue 38 - I'd like to go and play for a while. - But you've got to do your lessons first. - Oh, I've already done my homework. - Have you really? Then you may go. Dialogue 39 - You know it's our mother's birthday soon. - Isn't it about time to think of a good present for her? - Well, I've a little surprise for her. - How nice! What? - This drawing. - Wonderful! She'll be delighted. Dialogue 40 - Believe it or not! I've got three tickets for today's football match! - You don't say! That's wonderful! - Will you come with us? - Well, you see ... I ... - Why are you hesitating? - Well, I'd like to, but I'd better ask my mother first. Dialogue 41 - This is my new dress. What do you think of it? - It's a very pretty one. I'll bet it cost a lot. - It certainly did. - Where did you get it? - In London. - Really? Dialogue 42 - Can I see you for a minute, please? - What's up? - Don't you know the news? - What do you mean by this? - There'll be no classes tomorrow! Dialogue 43 - What are you doing? Eating? Jam? - What difference does it make to you? - Well, you shouldn't eat in between meals. - Why not? I wonder why? - It's dinner - time soon. - All right, then. Dialogue 44 - I wonder, where my book is? - Why don't you ask your sister? - Has she ever touched my things? - How should I know? Dialogue 45 - How are you feeling today? - A bit better, thank you. - But did you call a doctor. - No. - Why not, I wonder? - Well, I didn't think it was necessary. But I'm going to bed now. - That's the best place for you at the moment. Dialogue 46 - What's the matter with you? - I'm not feeling very well, doctor. - What exactly is the trouble? - I've got an awful headache. - Are you working hard and getting too little rest? - Yes, I think so. - Now, you stay in bed until you're well. Dialogue 47 - Sorry, I'm a bit late, am I? - That's all right, darling. Take off your coat, wash your hands and sit down at table. - Dinner's ready, isn't it? - Yes, it is. Dialogue 48 - Well, I think that's all the reading for today. - Is it getting late? What time is it now? - Time for bed, I think. - O.K. Coming, Mummy. - Now, hurry up! Dialogue 49 - I don't want you fighting. Stop it once and for all. - Sorry, but I had to. He started it. - I don't care what the reasons are. I forbid you to fight. Dialogue 50 - Where're you going? I'd like to know. - To the playground. - What for? - To play football for a while. Will you come with me? - I'm sorry, but I can't. I'm busy now. - What a shame! Good-bye, then. - So long. Dialogue 51 - Excuse me. Do you have a ball? - Certainly. Here, help yourself. - Thanks. - Not at all. Dialogue 52 - Well, do you have anything arranged for tomorrow? - Nothing definite. - How would you like to go on an excursion? - Where to? - To Ostankino Tower. - Oh, yes, I'd be glad to! Dialogue 53 - Shall we go for a walk? - Good idea! Where to? - Let's go to the park. - Don't you think we'd better go to the fields? - Let me see... It's 10 o'clock now. We've got plenty of time. Dialogue 54 - Are you going out? - Yes, to the playground. Do you want to come? - Yes, I do. But I can't. - Can't you? Why not? - Because I have to do my homework now. - Oh, you can do it tomorrow. - Oh, no! There'll be no time for that tomorrow. I've got to do it today. - Well, in that case I'll stay at home and help you. - Thanks. That's very nice of you. Dialogue 55 - I've got to go to the Railway station. - What for? - To meet a friend of mine. How do I get there from here? - Catch a bus. It's the quickest way, I think. Dialogue 56 - I beg your pardon. Is this the right way to Hyde Park? - I'm sorry, I can't tell you. - Oh, what a nuisance! Why not? - You see, I'm stranger in these parts myself. - What shall I do, then? - Well, ask somebody else or, even better, ask a policeman. - Thank you. Much obliged. Dialogue 57 - Anything I can show you? - Oh, yes, please. I want some shoes. - What size, colour? - 35, brown, please. - Here you are. - Thanks. May I try them on? - Do, please. - They're all right. How much are they? - 10 roubles. Dialogue 58 - Can I help you? - Yes, I want a large box of chocolates for a present, please. It's Mummy's birthday tomorrow. - What about this one? - Oh, yes. It'll do. How much is it? - 75 pence, please. Anything else? - Nothing else. Thank you. Dialogue 59 - Will you be going shopping today? - Why do you ask? - I'd like to ask you a favour. - What can I do for you? - Would you get me some sugar and bread? - Certainly, if you give me some money. I'm very short. Dialogue 60 - It's raining hard at the moment. - And we're both carrying parcels. - I'm afraid of getting wet. - Why not get a bus? - That's a good idea. Dialogue 61 - What would you do if you had a lot of money? - I'd buy a scooter. - But if you can't buy a scooter? - Then, I'd buy a bicycle. Dialogue 62 - Hello! Is that nice? I hope you enjoy your breakfast, don't you?
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