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1 Mr. Stan s Compact Disk English Language Program STUDENT TEXTBOOK The fastest and best way to learn Conversational English and have a great English Accent!

2 Other Languages Available In Mr. Stan s English: This program is designed to be used in English only immersion classes. The purpose of the translated material is to eliminate the need to look words up in a bi-lingual dictionary which is time wasting and frustrating for the students. Because English Language Classes frequently have several different languages spoken by students in a single class, this program uses the same English text for every student in the class. Based on the 1000 most frequently used words in the English language, words are presented in-context in typical everyday conversational situations. The program is designed to be used like flash cards where spaced repetition enhances the student s ability to quickly lock words and phrases into long-term memory. This unique system is research based and has been scientifically shown to greatly speed English language learning. Used with the accompanying Computer Program & Audio CD the student also acquires the proper pronunciation right from the start. Students progress to conversational ability in as short a time as possible. Extensive classroom testing has proven this process to be the most effective strategy an English language teacher can use to help students learn English quickly and easily. Mr. Stan s English Language Program is available in: Arabic Armenian Bulgarian Chinese Czech English Farsi French German Hebrew Hindi Hmong Hungarian Italian Japanese Korean Mongolian Nepalese Polish Portuguese Punjabi Romanian Russian Spanish Telugu Thai Turkish Urdu & Vietnamese To Order Mr. Stan s English Language Program Call: (916) Or

3 Acknowledgment There are so many people to thank that to start with any name would be to risk forgetting one. All I can say is that this work was a joint effort of so many people over so many years that I can hardly be said to be its author. At most it is merely my framework modified by clearer thinkers than myself. But thanks must go to the teachers and colleagues who not only proofread and corrected my text but tested its veracity in the classroom with many, many students to document its validity. To my superiors in the administration who not only encouraged me but supported the introduction of the material into the classrooms, I can only offer my heartfelt thanks. Many others would not have looked so kindly upon new and novel material and teaching methodologies. The nearly uncountable number of students, and in some cases family members of students, who volunteered their time and efforts to translate the material and the many others whose critical review and confirmation of translated material ensured its accuracy and completeness were a joy to work with and to learn from. Lastly, my family who endured my near obsession with the minutest of details in the work not to mention the thousands of hours and expenses incurred along the way with their support and active encouragement at every turn in the road, I can scarcely begin to explain how much that love was felt and so very deeply appreciated.

4 Mr. Stan s English Language Program 602 Merlin Court Lincoln, CA (916) English/Czech Version Copyright Stan Burmich 2011 All rights reserved Without limiting the rights under copyright reserved above, no part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in or introduced into a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means (electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise), without the prior written permission of the copyright author of this work. The scanning, uploading, and distribution of this work via the Internet or via any other means without the written permission of the author is illegal and punishable by law. Please purchase only authorized books and electronic editions and do not participate in or encourage electronic piracy of copyrightable materials. Your support of the author s rights is appreciated.

5 Table Of Contents Daily Dialogs Pages 8 to 87 Rhythms Pages 88 to 100 Setting A Goal Page 101 Conversation Starters Pages 102 to 128 Evaluating Your Accomplishments Page 129 Appendix 1. Messages For Your Teacher Page 130 Appendix 2. Reasons For Your Call Page 131 Appendix 3. Would You Repeat That Please Page 132

6 STUDENTS PLEASE... THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT!!! English is a very different language from all other languages. Words are not always spelled the way they sound.... and some letters of the alphabet have several different sounds. Therefore, you must (absolutely must).... HEAR the word... SEE the word... and SAY the word OUT LOUD when you are studying English. LOOK LISTEN SPEAK 1. You must pronounce the words in a clear voice to get the proper English Accent! This is very important. Only with a tape recording that you can repeat, and repeat, and repeat again will you get the accent perfected. 2. This is why you must hear the words being spoken by a native English speaker and say them aloud yourself. It is impossible to read silently and learn to actually speak English with a good accent. 3. And finally you must look at the words on the printed page while both hearing and saying them out loud. This is the only way to learn how to spell the word. You will not be able to write English sentences unless you can spell the words correctly. Remember: 30 minutes a day, everyday, and you will achieve your goal! 6

7 English/Czech Version HOW TO USE THIS PROGRAM Instructions For The Student: 1. Read the Cards Out Loud every day. Your Teacher will give you a new card every few days. Read it Out Loud. Then start with Card 1 and read all the cards (including the new one again).... out loud. Always start with Card 1 and read each card until you reach the card for that day. Try reading them slowly then faster and faster. 2. It is better to practice 15 or 20 minutes every day than to work for several hours only one day every week. Our memory stores information that we need to use everyday more quickly than information it encounters only once every few days. By using the same words everyday we actually trick our mind into storing them much more quickly. 3. Listen carefully to your Teacher (or the Tapes if you have them) pronounce each word. Your number one goal is to perfect your accent and pronunciation. Attempt to pronounce the words as perfectly as you can every time you say them. 4. When you think you can say every word on the Card perfectly. Stop! Listen to your Teacher (or Tape) pronounce the word again carefully. As you get better at saying the words your ear also gets better at hearing the words. You may find that they now sound different Do not stop using a Card until you can repeat the words perfectly and can write the sentences when you hear them without looking at the Card spelling every word correctly! P.S. Never Read Silently. Always read everything OUT LOUD. Practice your Accent and Pronunciation at every opportunity. Practice speaking English (OUT LOUD) every day! 7

8 CARD #1 1. Hello. My name is. 2. What is your name? 3. Good afternoon. How are you? 4. I am fine, thank you. And you? 5. Nice to meet you. 6. Very nice to meet you too. 7. Where are you from? 8. I am from Sacramento. 9. How long have you been in the United States? 10. I have been here about four years. Past Present Future I was You were She was We were They were I am You are He/She is We are They are I will be You will be She will be We will be They will be 8

9 KARTA #1 1. Ahoj. Jmenuji se. 2. Jak se jmenujes? 3. Dobré odpoledne. 4. Dobre, děkuji vám. 5. Moc me tesi. 6. Take mne velice tesi. 7. Odkud jsi? 8. Jsem ze Sacramento. 9. Jak dlouho jsi ve Spojených státech? Jak se más? A ty? 10. Já jsem tu čtyři roku. Minulost Přítomnost Budoucnost Byl jsem Byl jsi Ona byla My jsme byli Oni byli Já jsem Ty jsi Ona je My jsme Oni jsou Já budu Ty budes Ona bude My budeme Oni budou 9

10 CARD #2 1. Do you speak English? 2. A little bit. But my sister speaks English very well. 3. My brother is learning German in school. 4. The best way to learn a language is to visit the country. 5. Did you study Spanish in college? 6. Do you like English or do you prefer Russian? 7. She does not speak Chinese. It is too hard. 8. It is a big advantage to speak a foreign language. 9. We practice English at home every day. 10. Do you want to speak English perfectly? Past Present Future (yesterday) (today) (tomorrow) I did You did She did We did They did I do You do He does We do They do I will do You will do It will do We will do They will do 10

11 KARTA #2 1. Mluvíš anglicky? 2. Trochu. 3. Můj bratr se uci německy ve škole. 4. Nejlepší způsob jak se naučit jazyk je navštívit tu zem. 5. Vy jste studoval španělštinu na vysoké škole? 6. Máš rád angličtinu nebo dávás přednost Rustine? 7. Ona nemluví Čínsky. 8. Je to velká výhoda mluvit cizí reci. 9. My procvicujeme angličtinu doma každý den. Ale má sestra mluví anglicky velmi dobře. To je příliš tezke. 10. Chcete mluvit anglicky dokonale? Minulost Přítomný Budoucnost (včera) (dnes) (zítra) Já jsem dělal Ty jsi dělal Ona dělala My jsme dělali Oni dělali Já dělám Ty dělás On dělá My děláme Oni dělají Ja udělám Ty udělás On bude delat My budem dělat Oni udělají 11

12 CARD #3 1. I have to go to the supermarket today. 2. Yesterday they had a sale on vegetables. 3. I really like fresh fruit. 4. She hopes they have some fish left. 5. They had some yesterday. 6. I know they will be out by tomorrow. 7. Do you have the time? 8. Yes. It is 6: I have to go to English class at 7: She has worked too hard today. Yesterday Today Tomorrow I had You had She had We had They had I have You have He/She has We have They have I will have You will have She will have We will have They will have 12

13 KARTA #3 1. Dnes musím jít do supermarketu. 2. Včera byla sleva na zeleninu. 3. Opravdu mam rada čerstvé ovoce. 4. Ona doufá,ze jeste mají nějake ryby. 5. Měli nějake včera. 6. Já vím, že budu zítra pryc. 7. Vis kolik je hodin? 8. Ano. To je 6: Musím na anglictinu v 7: Dnes velmi tezcepracovala. Včera Dnes Zítra Já jsem měl Vy jste měli Ona měla My jsme měli Oni měli Já mám Ty más On/ona má My máme Oni mají Já budu mít Budes mít Ona bude mít My budeme mít Oni budou mít 13

14 CARD #4 1. My sister lives in a big apartment building. 2. She goes to work on the bus. 3. I live in a small house. 4. I go to school in my old car. 5. My wife went to work on a bicycle. 6. She will ride her bicycle in the big race. 7. My house has three bathrooms. 8. We need to do more work around the house. 9. Do you have any money? 10. I don t have enough to fix my house. Yesterday (past) Today (present) I went You went She went We went They went I go You go She goes We go They go Tomorrow (future) I will go You will go He will go We will go They will go 14

15 KARTA #4 1. Má sestra žije ve velkém nájemním domu. 2. Ona jezdi do prace na autobusem. 3. Já žiji v malém dome. 4. Jesdim do školy starym autem. 5. Má manželka jela do prace na kole. 6. Ona pojede na kolo velkém závod. 7. Můj dům má tři koupelny. 8. My potřebujeme udělat více práce kolem domu. 9. Máš nějaké peníze? 10. Já nemám dost abych opravil můj dům. Včera (minulost) Dnes (přítomný) Zítra (budoucnost) Já jsem šel ty jsi šel Ona šla My jsme šli Oni šli Já jdu Jy jdes Ona jde My jdeme Oni jdou Já půjdu Ty půjdes On půjde Půjdeme Oni půjdou 15

16 CARD #5 1. Good afternoon. How are you doing? 2. Not too bad. I have some homework this evening. 3. I have an English class tomorrow morning. 4. What time do you have to get up? 5. Well, I leave home about 7: When will you get back? 7. I don t know.... sometime after noon. 8. Would you like to have dinner together? 9. I m sorry. I can t. I ve made other plans. 10. Oh! That s too bad. Maybe another time. Past Present Future (regular) Talked Walked Wanted Talk Walk Want Will Talk Will Walk Will Want (irregular) Went Got Left Go Get Leave Will Go Will Get Will Leave 16

17 KARTA #5 1. Dobré odpoledne. 2. Ne tak spatne. Já mám dnes vecer nejake domácí ukoly. 3. Já mám anglictinu zítra ráno. 4. V kolik hodin musíte vstávat? 5. Dobře, já odchazim z domu asi 7: Kdy se vracis? 7. Nevím.... někdy po poledni. 8. Chcete společně poveceret? 9. Omlouvám se. Já nemohu. Udelal jsem si jine plány. 10. Ó!! To je mrzuté. Jak se dari? Možná jindy. Minulost Přítomný Budoucnost (regulérní) Mluvil jsem Šel jsem Chtěl jsem Mluvim Chodim Chci Budu mluvit Budu kracet Budu chtít (neregulérní) Jel jsem Dostal jsem Odesel jsem odchazet Jedu Dosta vam Odchazim 17 Pojedu Dostanu Budu

18 CARD #6 1. Yesterday I walked for three miles. 2. Tomorrow I will walk to the store. 3. Do you walk a lot? 4. Not really. I don t have the time. 5. What do you do? 6. I study English at night and work during the day. 7. What kind of work do you do? 8. I work in construction, building offices. 9. That must be very difficult work. 10.It is, but it is also very rewarding. Yesterday Today Tomorrow Studied Watched Called Visited Study Watch Call Visit Will Study Will Watch Will Call Will Visit (but irregular) Taught Teach Will Teach 18

19 KARTA #6 1. Včera já jsem ušel tři míle. 2. Zítra půjdu do obchodu pesky. 3. Chodis hodně pesky? 4. Ani ne. Já nemám čas. 5. Co děláš? 6. Vecer studuji angličtinu a během dne pracuji. 7. Jaký druh práce dělás? 8. Já pracuji na vystavbě stavebních úřadu. 9. To musí být velmi obtížná práce. 10.To je, ale je také velmi dobre odměňovana. Včera Dnes Zítra Studoval Dival jsem se Telefonoval jsem Navštívil jsem Studuji Divam se Telefonuji Návštěvuji Budu studovat Budu se divat Budu telefonovat Navštívim (ale neregulérní) Učil jsem Učim Budu učit 19

20 CARD #7 1. Hi. This is my sister. 2. Oh. Hello. What is her name? 3. Her name is Anna. She s nineteen years old. 4. Is she living with you now in Sacramento? 5. No. She is living with my brother. 6. I didn t know you had a brother. 7. Sure. I have two brothers and two sisters. 8. You have two of everything. Two cars, two jobs, and two sisters. 9. Well, you can t have too much of some things. 10. Right. Like chocolate and cash. PLURALS... (one) Brother Sister Window Class add s or es (more than one) Brothers Sisters Windows Classes IRREGULAR Child Man Woman Mouse Children Men Women Mice 20

21 KARTA #7 1. Ahoj. Toto je má sestra. 2. Ó!. 3. Její jméno je Anna. Ahoj. Jake je její jméno? Ona je devatenáct let stara. 4. Ona žije s vámi nyní v Sacramentu? 5. Ne. Ona žije s mým bratrem. 6. Já jsem nevěděl jste měli bratra. 7. Jiste. Já mám dva bratry a dvě sestry. 8. Vy máte vše dvakrat. Dvě auta, dvě práce, a dvě sestry. 9. Dobře,ale nemůžes mít vse. 10. Jasne. Jako čokolády a penez. MNOŽNÁ ČÍSLA... (jeden) Bratr Sestra Okno Třída přidají "s" nebo "e" (víc než jedny) Bratři Sestry Okna Třídy NEREGULÉRNÍ Dítě Muž Žena Myš Děti Lidé Ženy Myši 21

22 CARD #8 1. I heard you just got married. 2. When was the wedding? 3. Last Sunday at St. Paul s Church. 4. It must have been a beautiful ceremony. 5. Oh. It was. The music was terrific. 6. I m sure that Mike will be a good husband. 7. What kind of work does he do? 8. He works for the Sheriff s Department. 9. Is he working days or nights? 10. He just changed to nights. It pays better. From Sunrise to 12:00 noon Good Morning From 12:00 noon until Sunset Good Afternoon Then Good Evening.....coming! Good Night leaving! or going to bed! 22

23 KARTA #8 1. Slyšel jsem,ze ses právě ozenil. 2. Kdy byla svatba? 3. Minulou neděli v kostele St. Paula. 4. To musel být krásný obřad. 5. Ó!. To byl. Hudba byla bajecna. 6. Jsem si jist že Mike bude dobrý manžel. 7. Jaký druh práce dělá o dělá? 8. On pracuje pro šerifa. 9. Pracuje dne nebo noci? 10. Zrovna změnil na nocni. Ty platí lepe. Od slunka východu až 12:00 poledne "dobrý den" Z 12:00 poledne dokud západ slunce "dobré odpoledne" Pak "dobrý večer".....příchod! "pozdrav na dobrou noc" opouštění! nebo jde do postele! 23

24 CARD #9 1. Hello. Welcome to Joe s Restaurant. 2. My name is Todd and I ll be your server. 3. Our specials tonight are salmon and prime rib. 4. What would you recommend? 5. Well, they are both very good. 6. OK. I ll have the prime rib with baked potato. 7. Would you like soup or salad? 8. I ll have the salad with oil and vinegar. 9. What is the soup today? 10. We have French onion or vegetable beef. DESSERT Would you like coffee with dessert? Yes. I d like some coffee. Do you take cream and sugar? No. Just black. 24

25 KARTA #9 1. Ahoj. Vítejte v restauraci u Josefa. 2. Mé jméno je Todd a já budu váš cisnik. 3. Naše specialita dnes večer je losos a rostena. 4. Co byste nam doporučoval? 5. No,oboji je velmi dobre. 6. OK. Já si dam rostenou s pečeným bramborem. 7. Date si polévku nebo salát? 8. Já budu mít salát s naftou a octem. 9. Co je dnes zap polevku? 10. Máme francouzskou cibulacku nebo hovězí se zelininou. DESERT Date si kávu s desertem? Ano. Dal bych si nějakou kávu. Chcete smetanu a cukr? Ne. Jen černou. 25

26 CARD #10 1. How are you feeling today? 2. Not too good. I ve been sick all week. 3. Have you gone to the doctor? 4. No. Not yet. I have an appointment tomorrow at 3:00 o clock. 5. Have you taken any medicine? 6. I don t really like to take pills. 7. Aspirin may help. You should try it. 8. OK. I ll take some tonight before going to bed. 9. Well, I hope you feel better soon. 10. I m sure I ll be fine. On The Telephone: Hello. Can I make an appointment for tomorrow afternoon? (doctor or dentist) Hello. Can I make a reservation for tonight around 8:00 p.m. (restaurant or theater) 26

27 KARTA #10 1. Jak se dnes citite? 2. Ne příliš dobre. Jsem nemocný celý týden. 3. Byl jsi u lékaře? 4. Ne. Zatím ne. Jsem objednany zítra ve 3:00 hodiny. 5. Vzal sis nějake léky? 6. Já opravdu nerad beru prasky. 7. Aspirin by mohl pomoci. Měl bys to zkusit. 8. OK. Nějaký si dnes večer vezmu nez pujdu spat. 9. Doufám, že ti bude brzy lepe. 10. Jsem si jist, že budu v poradku. Po telefonu: Ahoj. Mohu domluvit si schůzku na zítra odpoledne? (doktor nebo zubař) Ahoj. Mohu si zarezervovat na dnes večer kolem 8:00 vecer? (restaurace nebo divadlo) 27

28 CARD #11 1. I need some new clothes for work. 2. My husband says it s not in the budget. 3. We can t charge it on a credit card. 4. The interest on credit cards is too high. 5. If we watch our budget maybe we can save some money for Christmas. 6. How much money are you saving for retirement? 7. First we need to save for the children s college tuition. 8. Well, they can always work part time. 9. We are hoping for a soccer scholarship. 10. Better to save. You can t depend on luck. At the Bank: Can I open an account? Sure. Savings or Checking? Actually, I need both. And do you sell CD s? Of course. We can even help you with an Individual Retirement Account (IRA). 28

29 KARTA #11 1. Já potřebuji nějaké nové šaty pro práci. 2. Můj manžel říká to není v rozpočtu. 3. My nemůžeme účtovat to na kreditní kartě. 4. Zájem na kreditních kartách je příliš vysoko. 5. Jestli my sledujeme náš rozpočet možná, že my můžeme šetřit nějaké peníze na Vánoce. 6. Kolik peněz jste vy šetření pro důchod? 7. První my potřebujeme šetřit pro dětský univerzitní školné. 8. Dobře, oni mohou vždy pracovní částečný úvazek. 9. My doufáme pro fotbalové stipendium. 10. Lepší chránit. Nemůžeš záviset na štěstí. V bance: Mohu otevřít účet? Jistý. Úspory nebo kontrolování? Ve skutečnosti, já potřebuji oba. A vy prodáte CD? Samozřejmě. My můžeme dokonce pomoct vám s jednotlivým důchodovým účtem (IRA). 29

30 CARD #12 1. John, let me introduce you to my friend Bill. 2. John Smith, this is my friend Bill Adams. 3. Bill plays soccer for the Sacramento Knights. 4. Nice to meet you Bill. I m a big fan. 5. Oh. Do you like soccer? 6. I love soccer, but I played basketball in high school. 7. Did you guys win your game tonight? 8. No. We lost, but we beat Dallas yesterday. 9. They won the championship last year, didn t they? 10. Yes. But we will win it this year. Past (last year) Present (right now) Future (next year) I won/lost You won/lost He won/lost We won/lost They won/lost I win/lose You win/lose She wins/loses We win/lose They win/lose I will win/will lose You will win/will lose He will win/will lose We will win/will lose They will win/will lose 30

31 KARTA #12 1. John, dovolte mi představí vás k mému příteli Bill. 2. John Smith, toto je můj přítel Bill Adams. 3. Bill hraje fotbal pro Sacramento Knights. 4. Milý k setkat se s tebou Bill. 5. Ó!. Máš rád fotbal? 6. Já miluji fotbal, ale já jsem hrál košíkovou v střední škole. 7. Vy jste chlapi vyhráli vaši hru dnes večer? 8. Ne. 9. Oni vyhráli mistrovství minulý rok, že ano? Já jsem velký fanoušek. My jsme ztratili, ale my jsme tloukli Dallas včera. 10. Ano. Ale my vyhrajeme to tento rok. Minulost (minulý rok) Přítomný (právě teď) Budoucnost (příští rok) Já jsem vyhrál/jsem ztratil Vy jste vyhráli/jste ztratili ztratíte On vyhrál/ztratil My jsme vyhráli/jsme ztratili ztratíme Oni vyhráli/ztratili Já získám/stát Vy vítězství/stát Já vyhraju/ ztratím Vy vyhrajete/ Ona vítězí v/ztratí My vítězství/stát On vyhraje/ ztratí My vyhrajeme/ Oni vítězství/stát Oni vyhrají/ ztratí 31

32 CARD #13 1. Good evening. It sure is a nice night, isn t it? 2. Yes it is. The weather was great today. 3. Very warm days. Last year it was very cold by this time. 4. Does it ever snow here in winter? 5. No, but it rains a lot. Almost every day. 6. It never rains in Sacramento during the summer. 7. But you have snow in the mountains, don t you? 8. Oh, yes, and the skiing is terrific. 9. You should see the beautiful sunsets in the mountains. 10. I would like to go there on vacation. The Weather It was raining cats and dogs today. It sure was nice out yesterday. I hope the weather is good this weekend for our picnic. It will probably snow and be foggy all day. 32

33 KARTA #13 1. Dobrý večer. To jistý je hezká noc, že ano? 2. Ano to je. 3. Velmi teplé dny. 4. To vůbec kdy sněží zde v zimě? 5. Ne, ale to prší hodně. Téměř každý den. 6. To nikdy prší v Sacramento během léta. 7. Ale vy máte sníh v horách, že ano? 8. Ó!, ano, a lyžování je hrozný. 9. Měl bys vidět krásné západy slunce v horách. Počasí bylo ohromný dnes. Minulý rok to bylo velmi chladný do této doby. 10. Rád bych šel tam na dovolené. Počasí Pršelo "spekulační cenné papíry" dnes. To jistý bylo hezké ven včera. Doufám, že počasí je dobrý tento víkend pro náš piknik. To pravděpodobně bude sněžit a být mlhavý celý den. 33

34 CARD #14 1. In America don t forget to say Thank You and Please. 2. Thank you very much. That s very nice of you. 3. Could you please pass the salt and pepper? 4. Would you help me please? How do I get to the airport? 5. Excuse me. Is this seat taken? 6. I m very sorry, but I m saving it for my husband. 7. Oh, that s OK. I ll find another one. Thank you anyway. 8. Pardon me. Could you repeat that please? 9. I m sorry, I didn t hear you. 10. Oh, that doesn t matter. I m sure you didn t do it on purpose. YOU CAN T BE POLITE ALL THE TIME!!! Listen. I don t want any! Go away! You need to get lost and leave me alone. Shut up and sit down! You are really getting on my nerves. 34

35 KARTA #14 1. V Americe nezapomeň říct "děkuji vám" a "prosím". 2. Děkuji vám velice moc. 3. Mohl byste prosím podáte sůl a pepř? 4. Mohl byste pomoci mi prosím? 5. Promiňte mi. 6. Já velmi lituji, ale já šetření to pro mého manžela. 7. Ó!, to je OK. Já najdu další. 8. Promiňte mě. Můžete opakovat to prosím? 9. Lituji, já jsem neslyšel vás. 10. Ó!, to nevadí. To je od tebe velice milé. Jak mohu dostat na letiště? Je toto sedadlo vzatý? Děkuji vám v každém případě. Já jsem si jist, že vy ne nebylo nedělalo to úmyslně. VY nemoct být ZDVOŘILÝ PO CELOU TU DOBU!!! Poslouchejte. Já nechci nějaký! Odejděte! Vy potřebujete ztratit se a nechej mě o samotě. Zavřete hubu a sedněte si! Vy jste skuteční jde mi na nervy. 35

36 CARD #15 1. Excuse me. Could you tell me which bus I take to get downtown, please? 2. Sure. You need to take the Madison Avenue bus east and change at Watt. 3. Does the Watt Avenue bus run north and south? 4. Yes. And the bus south goes all the way. 5. Is it very far from here? 6. Yes. It is too far to walk. 7. But there is a train station very close. 8. Oh. Can I take the train instead of the bus? 9. Sure. It s faster and you don t have to change. 10. I didn t know they had a direct line downtown. Thank you very much. Asking for Directions: Excuse me. Which way is the post office? Straight ahead to the stop sign and then turn right. You can t miss it. It s the big building on the right hand side. The one across the street from the mall? Yes. That s it. Thank you very much. Don t mention it. 36

37 KARTA #15 1. Promiňte mi. Můžete mi říct který autobus já vezmu dostat střed města, prosím? 2. Jistý. Vy potřebujete vzít Madison Avenue autobus východ a mění ve wattu. 3. Dělá watt uliční autobus běží všude? 4. Ano. A autobusový jih jde celou cestu. 5. Je to velmi daleko odsud? 6. Ano. 7. Ale tam je vlaková stanice velmi blízce. 8. Ó!. Mohu vzít vlak namísto autobusu? 9. Jistý. To je příliš daleko jít. To je rychlejší a nemusíte měnit. 10. Já jsem nevěděl oni měli přímý lineární střed města. Děkuji vám velice moc. Požadování pokynů: Promiňte mi. Kde je cesta na poštu? Přímo k signálu zastavení a potom zahne vpravo. Nemůžeš minout to. To je velké stavení na pravé ruční straně. Jeden na druhé straně ulice z nákupního střediska? Ano. To je to. Děkuji vám velice moc. 37 Rádo se stalo.

38 CARD #16 1. Pardon me. Do you have change for a dollar? 2. Is four quarters OK? I don t have anything smaller. 3. No. I need a dime for the telephone. 4. You can always call collect. 5. Yes. But it costs a lot more. 6. Maybe there is a change machine in the bank. 7. The coke machine takes coins or dollar bills. 8. Do you have enough money for the parking meter? 9. Do you have time to go to the store today? 10. I have a lot of studying to do for English class. Money Matters Do you have two dimes and a nickel for a quarter? Do you have anything smaller than a twenty? Don t forget to add 15% to the bill for the tip. 38

39 KARTA #16 1. Promiňte mě. Ty máš změnu pro dolar? 2. Jsou čtyři čtvrtiny OK? Já nemám cokoli menší. 3. Ne. Já potřebuji desetník pro telefon. 4. Vy můžete vždy volat sbírat. 5. Ano. 6. Možná dochází ke změně stroj v bance. 7. Automat na kolu vezme mince nebo dolarové bankovky. 8. Ty máš dost peněz na neparkom? 9. Ty máš čas na to jít do skladu dnes? Ale to stát daleko víc. 10. Já mám hodně studování dělat pro anglickou třídu. Peněžní záležitosti Ty máš dva desetníky a nikl pro čtvrt? Ty máš cokoli menší než dvacet? Nezapomeň přidat 15% do účtu pro tip. 39

40 CARD #17 1. It s almost time for dinner. 2. Could you help me set the table? 3. OK. How many plates should I set? 4. Let s see. We will need six. Uncle Jim is coming. 5. Mom. Where do I put the fork, knife and spoon? 6. Here, let me show you. There, like that. 7. Thanks. What are we having for dinner tonight? 8. We are having roast beef with mashed potatoes and gravy. 9. Umm. That sounds good. What about dessert? 10. Your father s favorite, chocolate cake with raspberries. Dinnertime in America Dinner is ready! Everybody come to the table. Did you remember to wash your hands? Please wait until our guests are served. Don t forget to ask your father to be excused from the table after dinner. 40

41 KARTA #17 1. To je skoro čas na večeři. 2. Můžete pomoci mi prostřít stůl? 3. OK. 4. Podívejme se. 5. Máma. 6. Zde, nechejte mě ukázat vám. 7. Díky. 8. My máme hovězí pečeni s bramborovými kašemi a šťávou. 9. Umm. Kolik talířů by měly nastavil jsem? My budeme potřebovat šest. Strýc Jim přichází. Kde já dám vidličku, nůž a lžíci? Tam, takto. Co jsme mající na večeři dnes večer? To zní dobře. A co desert? 10. Váš otcův favorit, čokoládový dort s malinami. Dinnertime v Americe Večeře je připravená! Každý přijít k stolu. Vzpomínáte si na mýt vaše ruce? Prosím čekejte, až naši hosté jsou obsloužení. 41

42 CARD #18 1. Where are we going for vacation this year? 2. Well, we could go to the mountains again. 3. No. We ve done that three years in a row. 4. OK. How about going to the beach this time. 5. Great. We should go to Big Sur or Carmel-by-the-Sea. 6. That would be lovely this time of year. 7. It s hard to beat sea, surf, and sand. 8. Don t forget about sunshine. Do you think it will rain? 9. I don t care. There are lots of things to do even if it does rain. 10. Sure. We can build a fire in the fireplace and enjoy some classical music. Vacations are Wonderful Did you remember to bring your swimsuit? It s fun to take a walk on the beach. We love to swim in the ocean. And the seafood is delicious in the restaurant. What do you like to do on vacation besides sleep? 42

43 KARTA #18 1. Kde jsme jdeme pro dovolenou tento rok? 2. Dobře, projít do hor znovu. 3. Ne. My jsme udělali ty tři roky v řadě. 4. OK. A co jít na pláž tentokrát. 5. Ohromný. Měli bychom jít k velký Sur nebo Carmel- - mořem. 6. To by bylo milý v této roční době. 7. To je těžké tlouct moře, vlnobití, a písek. 8. Nezapomeňte na sluneční svit. Myslíš, že je ten bude pršet? 9. Nestarám se. 10. Jistý. Tam je mnoho věci, které se dají dělat dokonce když to prší. My můžeme budovat oheň v krbu a těšíme se z nějaké klasické hudby. Dovolené jsou báječné Vzpomínáte si na pro přinést vaše plavky? To je legrace vyjít si na pláži. My milujeme plavat v oceánu. A mořské produkty jsou lahodné v restauraci. Co má rád dělat dovolená kromě spánku? 43

44 CARD #19 1. We need to clean the house. 2. Yes. My friends are coming this weekend. 3. Suzy, you can wash the dishes and your brother can dry them. 4. I will vacuum the carpet. 5. When your father gets home he can clean out the garage. 6. Who wants to dust the furniture? 7. Put those papers in the trashcan. 8. OK. I will take out the garbage. 9. Don t forget to put your clothes away. 10. You can do the laundry tomorrow. Getting Ready For A Party We are going to need some drinks. Yes. And some snack food like potato chips and pretzels. Did you bring your CD s for the music? Sure. And I brought some balloons for the kids to play with. 44

45 KARTA #19 1. My potřebujeme čistit dům. 2. Ano. Moji přátelé přicházejí tento víkend. 3. Suzy, vy můžete mýt nádobí a váš bratr může sušit jim. 4. Já budu vysávat koberec. 5. Kdy váš otec dostane domov on může vyčistit garáž. 6. Kdo chce oprašovat nábytek? 7. Dejte ty noviny v nádobě na odpadky. 8. OK. Já budu brát ven odpadky. 9. Nezapomeň dát pryč vaše šaty. 10. Vy můžete dělat prádelna zítra. Dostávající připravený na stranu My se chystáme potřebovat nějaké nápoje. Ano. A nějaké lehké jídlo jídlo jako bramborové čipsy a preclíky. Vy jste přinesli váš CD pro hudbu? Jistý. A já jsem přinesl nějaké balony pro děti hrát s. 45

46 CARD #20 1. Hello, Maria. Thank you for coming to my party. 2. Thank you for inviting me. Your house is really lovely. 3. Have you met my husband, Fred? 4. Nice to finally meet you Maria. My wife has told me so much about you. 5. Can I offer you something to drink? 6. A glass of white wine would be nice. 7. Help yourself to the food. 8. Oh. It all looks delicious. What is this? 9. That is a vegetable dip for the chips. 10. Let me introduce you to some of our other guests. At The Party Hi. My name is Jerry. Would you like to dance? OK. I really like this Latin salsa music, don t you? Yes. It s great. But it s hard to talk. The music is a little bit too loud. Let s take our drinks outside where we can talk and get some fresh air. 46

47 KARTA #20 1. Ahoj, Maria. Děkujeme Vám za příchod k mé společnosti. 2. Děkujeme Vám za pozvání mě. Váš dům je skutečný milý. 3. Setkali jste se můj manžel, Fred? 4. Milý k nakonec se setkat s tebou Maria. Má manželka řekla mi, že tak moc o vás. 5. Mohu nabízet vám něco pít? 6. A sklenice z bílého vína by byl hezký. 7. Poslužte si jídlo. 8. Ó!. To všechno vypadá lahodné. Co je to? 9. To je rostlinný pokles pro čipy. 10. Dovolte mi představte vás některý z našich dalších hostů. Na večírku Ahoj. Mé jméno je Jerry. Chcete tančit? OK. Já opravdu chci tuto latinskou salsa hudbu, že ano? Ano. To je ohromné. Ale to je těžké mluvit. hlasitá. Hudba je trochu příliš Pojďme vzít naše nápoje vně kde my můžeme mluvit a dostaneme nějaký čerstvý vzduch. 47

48 CARD #21 1. Are you studying English in school? 2. Yes. I'm taking night classes three times a week. 3. Can you learn English just by going to three classes a week? 4. Not really. I have to practice at home every day too. 5. How much homework do you have? 6. It's not that much. We have cards that you read aloud. 7. By reading them out loud it helps perfect my English accent. 8. We also read stories out loud to build vocabulary. 9. Why do you always say the words aloud? 10. Because it trains the muscles and tongue to say the words properly. Studying English at Home To learn a foreign language you must practice at home everyday. It is better to practice twenty minutes every day than to study longer but skip days. I always go to every class. I never miss a day of practice. My English is getting better and better. 48

49 KARTA #21 1. Ucis se anglictinu ve skole? 2. Ano. Chodim na nocni vyucovani tri krat tydne. 3. Muzes se naucit anglicky chozenim na pouze tri vyucovaci hodiny tydne? 4. Ani ne. Take musim cvicit doma kazdy den. 5. Kolik domacich ukolu mas? 6. Ne moc. Mame karty ktere si ctes nahlas. 7. Ctenim jich nahlas mi pomaha zdokonalit muj anglicky prizvuk. 8. Take predcitame povidky nahlas abychom si zvetsili slovni zasobu. 9. Proc stale pouzivas slovo nahlas? 10. Protoze to procvicuje svaly a jazyk pro spravne vyslovovani. Uceni anglictiny doma Pro nauceni se ciziho jazyka, je treba cvicit kazdy den. Je lepsi cvicit dvacet minut kazdy den nez ucit se dele a sidit dny. Vzdy jdu na kazde vyucovani. Neztratim ani jeden den cviceni. Moje anglictina je lepsi a lepsi (/se stale zlepsuje). 49

50 CARD #22 1. How was your grandmother's birthday party? 2. It was very nice. I baked her a chocolate cake. 3. This year I had to help her blow out the candles. 4. Did she get very many gifts? 5. Oh, did she ever. All my aunts, uncles, and cousins were there. 6. What did your mother and father buy her? 7. They bought her a very nice present. They gave her a photo album of all her children and grandchildren. 8. You should have seen her smile when I took her picture. 9. Did everyone sing "Happy Birthday" to her? 10. Yes. And then she cut the cake and opened the birthday cards. Getting a Present Oh! This package is beautiful. I wonder what it could be? Wow! This is terrific. Just what I always wanted. How did you know what size to buy? It fits perfectly. You shouldn't have spent so much money on my gift. How can I ever thank you? 50

51 KARTA #22 1. Jaka byla oslava narozenin tve babicky? 2. Byla pekna. Upekl/-a jsem ji cokoladovy dort. 3. Tento rok jsem ji mussel/-a pomoct svouknout svicky. 4. Dostala velice mnoho darku? 5. Oh, did she ever. Vsechny me tety, strycove, a bratranci a sestrenice tam byli. 6. Co ji koupili tva matka a otec? 7. Koupili ji velice pekny darek. Dali ji fotoalbum vsech jejich deti a vnoucat. 8. Mel jsi ji videt se smat kdyz jsem ji fotila. 9. Zaspival ji kazdy Hodne Stesti Zdravy? 10. Ano. A potom narezala kolac a otevrela narozeninova prani. Getting a Present Oh! To baleni je nadherne. Zajimalo by mne co to je? Wow! To je ohromne. Presne to co jsem si vzdy pral/-a. Jak jsi vedel/-a jake koupit cislo? To sedi perfektne. Nemel/-a jsi utracet tolik penez za muj darek. Jak se ti jen muzu odvdecit? 51

52 CARD #23 1. What did you do today? 2. Well, let's see. I got up very early this morning. 3. I had a job interview and I didn't want to be late. 4. I brushed my teeth, took a shower, and got dressed. 5. Did you wear a suit and tie to the meeting? 6. Yes. And I took my briefcase and a pen and paper in case I needed to take notes. 7. Was the interview completely in English? 8. Completely! I think I did very well actually. 9. It really helped to practice introductions and meetings in my English class. 10. Do you think you got the job? The Job Interview I've heard a lot of good things about your company. Everybody says you have the best products on the market today. I'm really very interested in the opening. Can you tell me more about what you are looking for? How soon would you want me to start? My present company has been very good to me and I would like to give them at least two weeks notice. 52

53 KARTA #23 1. Co jsi dnes delal? 2. Tak se na to podivejme. Dnes jsem vstal/-a velice brzo. 3. Mel/-a jsem pracovni pohovor a nechtel/-a jsem prijit pozde. 4. Vycistil/-a jsem si zuby, vysprchoval/-a, a oblekl/-a se. 5. Mel/-a jsi na sobe oblek a kravatu na pohovoru? 6. Ano. A vzal/-a jsem si aktovku a tuzku a papir pro pripad ze bych si potreboval/-a udelat poznamky. 7. Byl cely ten pohovor v anglictine? 8. Uplne! Myslim si ze jsem si vedl/-a velice dobre. 9. Velice mi to pomohlo procvicit si predstavovani a schuzky pro me hodiny anglictiny. 10. Myslis si ze jsi dostal/-a tu praci? Pracovni pohovor Slysel/-a jsem mnoho dobrych veci o Vasi spolecnosti. Vsichni rikaji ze mate nejlepsi produkty dnesniho trhu. Jsem velice zvedav na zahajovci otevreni. Muzete mi rict vice o tom na co se tesite? Jak brzy by jste chteli abych zacal? Muj aktualni zamestnavatel ke mne byl velice dobry (/laskavy) a proto bych jim chtel/-a dat oznameni o vypovedi alespon dva tydny predem. 53

54 CARD #24 1. Can you tell me about yourself? 2. Well, I was born in Romania but moved to Austria when I was ten years old. 3. So you speak both Romanian and German fluently. 4. Yes, I do. But I'm afraid my English is not exactly perfect yet. 5. I think your English is very good. How long have you been studying? 6. Only about three months now. My class lasts until June, so I hope I'll get better. 7. You are doing very well for only three months. I'm sure it will be very good by the time you graduate. 8. What kind of job are you hoping to get? 9. Well, in Germany I worked as a chemist. 10. Here in the United States I will take part-time work while I study English. Personal Data I have been here for only about six months. I am married and have two children. A boy eight years old and a girl six years old. Both of them are in school here and already speak and understand English very well. If I can find a job, my wife and I are hoping to buy a small house. 54

55 KARTA #24 1. Muzes mi o sobe vypravet? 2. Takze, narodil/-a jsem se v Rumunsku, ale prestehoval/-a se do Rakouska kdyz mi bylo deset let. 3. Takze mluvis i rumunsky i nemecky plynule. 4. Ano. Ale mam starch ze moje anglictina jeste neni uplne perfektni. 5. Ja myslim ze tva anglictina je velice dobra. Jak dlouho jsi studoval/-a? 6. Ted je to pouze okolo tri mesicu. Me vyucovani je do cervna, takze doufam ze se zlepsim. 7. Na pouze tri mesice si vedes velice dobre. Jsem si jist ze do doby nez budes promovat to bude skvele. 8. V jaky druh zamestnani doufas? 9. No, v Nemecku jsem pracoval/-a jako chemik. 10. Zde ve spojenych statech si vezmu praci na castecny uvazek behem studia. Osobni udaje Byl/-a jsem tu pouze okolo sesti mesicu. Jsem zenaty/vdana a mam dve deti. Osmileteho chlapce a sestiletou holku. Oba dva tu chodi do skoly a uz mluvi a rozumneji anglicky velice dobre. Jestli si najdu praci, tak moje zena a ja doufame, ze si budeme moci koupit maly dum. 55

56 CARD #25 1. What time is your English Class? 2. We start at 7:00 p.m. and go until 9:30 p.m. 3. How many students are there in your Class? 4. We usually have about twenty students show up. 5. You mean some students actually skip class? 6. Not too often. If you miss class, it will slow your progress. 7. Do you use computers to study English? 8. We don't in the beginning class, but the advanced class does. 9. What do you like most in your class? 10. I like the stories if they are not too hard to understand. In the Classroom Which one is your desk? That one over there in the corner. I need to sit up front so I can see the board easier. Is your teacher funny? Well, he thinks he is.... Do you read all your cards everyday? Yes. I practice at home and then the teacher listens to us in class. 56

57 KARTA #25 1. Kdy je tva hodina anglictiny? 2. Zaciname v 19:00 a koncime ve 21: Kolik studentu mate ve tride? 4. Vetsinou prijde okolo dvaceti zaku. 5. Tim myslis ze nekteri zaci vynechavaji hodiny? 6. Ne moc casto. Kdyz vynechas vyucovaci hodinu, zpomali to tvuj pokrok. 7. Pouzivate pocitace pro uceni angllictiny? 8. Ve tride pro zacatecniky ne, ale pokrocilejsi trida ano. 9. Co se ti ve tvem vyucovani libi nejvic? 10. Mam rad/-a povidky pokud nejsou prilis tezke k porozumeni. Ve tride Ktery je tvuj stul? Tamhle ten v tom rohu. Musim sedet ve predu abych videl/-a lehceji na tabuli. Je tvuj ucitel/-ka vtipny? No, on/ona si mysli ze je.... Ctes si vsechny sve karticky kazdy den? Ano. Cvicim doma a potom nas ucitel posloucha ve tride. 57

58 CARD #26 1. I have a flight to Chicago today at 11:00 a.m. 2. You have to check in at least an hour before your flight. 3. I know, and I have a lot of bags to check too. 4. Do you have any carry-on luggage? 5. Yes. Just one small suitcase that I like to keep with me. 6. It has all my overnight stuff in case my bags get lost. 7. You mean like your toothbrush and toothpaste? 8. Yes. Plus pajamas and clean underwear. 9. I always like to take a good book to read on the flight. 10. Well? Can you drop me off at the gate this morning? At the Airport Has anyone given you anything to carry on board today? No Sir. Have your bags been out of your control at any time? No Sir. OK. You are checked all the way to Chicago. Thank you very much. Here's something for you. Have a nice day! You too! 58

59 KARTA #26 1. Mam let do Chicaga dnes v 11: Musis se nechat odbavit alespon hodinu pred tvym letem. 3. Ja vim, a take mam mnoho tasek k odbaveni. 4. Mas nejaka prirucni zavazadla? 5. Ano. Jen jednu malou aktovku ktoerou bych sir rad/-a nechal u sebe. 6. Jsou v nem vsechny me veci k prespani pro pripad ze by se mi stratila zavazadla. 7. Myslis jako tvuj kartacek a zubni pasta? 8. Ano. Plus pizamo a ciste spodni pradlo. 9. Vzdy si rad/-a beru dobrou knizku ke cteni do letadla. 10. Muzes mne hodit na letiste dnes rano? (gate = brana) Na letisti Dal Vam dnes nekdo neco k propasovani do letadla? Ne pane. Have your bags been out of your control at any time? Ne pane. OK. Jste odbaven/-a na celou cestu az do Chicaga. Velice Vam dekuji. Zde je neco pro Vas. Hezky den preji! Vam take! 59

60 CARD #27 1. How are you doing today? I am not too good. 2. Oh! What's wrong? Is something the matter? 3. Well, it's nothing serious. Just a lot of little problems. 4. Do you want to tell me about it? 5. Yesterday my sink got stopped up and now it's leaking water on my floor. 6. Bad news. Plumbers are very expensive these days. 7. That's not all. I tried to fix it myself and broke the water faucet. 8. That's not so bad. You can replace that yourself. 9. Well, I already tried and now the pipe is broken. 10.Look, you d better just call a repairman and pay someone to do it right. Customer Service How can I help you Sir? Can you give me my money back? Your product doesn't work. What seems to be the problem? Can I speak with the manager? 60

61 KARTA #27 1. Jak se dnes mas? Moc dobre ne. 2. Oh! Co se deje? Je neco v neporadku? 3. No, neni to nic vazneho. Jen mnoho malich problemu. 4. Chces mi o tom povedet? 5. Vcera se mi ucpalo umyvadlo a ted mi tece voda na zem. 6. Spatne zpravy. Instalateri jsou v dnesni dobe velice drazi. 7. To neni vsechno. Snazil/-a jsem se to opravit sam/-a a rozbil/-a kohoutek na vodu. 8. To neni tak spatne. To muzes vymenit sam/-a. 9. No, o to uz jsem se pokousel/-a a ted je rozbite potrubi. 10. Podivej, radsi by sis mel/-a zavolat opravare a zaplatit nekomu aby to udelal poradne. Zakaznicky servis Jak Vam mohu pomoci pane? Muzete mi vratit penize? Vas produkt nefunguje. Co se zda byt problem? Mohu mluvit s manazerem? 61

62 CARD #28 1. John. Come in and sit down. Make yourself at home. 2. I have to go out back and light the barbecue. 3. OK. I'll go outside with you and keep you company. 4. Great. Give me a hand, will you? Bring the salt and pepper with you. 5. OK. Do you need anything else? 6. No. I have the hot dogs and the hamburgers. 7. The rest of the stuff is already out there. 8. Do you cook outside a lot? 9. As much as possible. My wife isn't a very good cook. 10. But I prefer a thick, juicy steak myself. On the Lawn You have a very nice backyard. Yes. It's a little too big though. I hate to cut the grass. Do you have a vegetable garden? No. Just some flowers that I planted. 62

63 KARTA #28 1. Johne. Pojd dovnitr a sedni si. Cit se jako doma. 2. Musim jit zpatky ven a zapalit gril. 3. OK. Pujdu s tebou ven a budu ti delat spolecnost. 4. Skvele. Pomohl/-a bys mi? Prines sul a pepr s sebou. 5. OK. Potrebujes jeste neco jineho? 6. Ne. Mam hot-dogy i hamburgery. 7. Zbytek veci uz je je tam venku. 8. Varis venku hodne? 9. Jak jen muzu. Moje zena neni prilis dobra kucharka. 10. Ale ja preferuji tucny, stavnaty steak. (thick = siroky) On the Lawn Mas velice peknou zahradu. Ano. Ale je preci jen prilis velka. Nenavidim sekat travu. Mate zeleninovou zahradku? Ne. Ne jen par kytek ktere jsem zasadil/-a. 63

64 CARD #29 1. Hey Steve. What are you doing today? 2. I'm going over to the art museum today to help with a class. 3. Come in and tell me all about it. 4. Thanks. Well, they need someone to tell the school kids about art. 5. Sit down. Make yourself comfortable. Would you like anything? 6. Oh. No thanks. I just finished eating. 7. Do you know a lot about art? 8. No. You don't have to know about art to volunteer. 9. Why are you doing it? 10. Because it's a good way to meet people and to practice my English at the same time. In the Museum Please don't touch the artworks. Do you like sculpture or do you prefer the paintings? I really like the old oil paintings myself. Have you ever tried to learn how to paint? Oh! I don't think I have the talent for painting. You never know until you try! 64

65 KARTA #29 1. Hey Steve. Co dnes budes delat (/delas)? 2. Dnes jdu do umeleckeho muzea pomoct s nejakym vyucovanim. 3. Pojd donvitr a vsechno mi o tom povez. 4. Dekuji. No, potrebuji nekoho kdo by detem rekl neco o umeni. 5. Sedni si. Udelej si pohodli. Dal/-a by sis neco? 6. Oh. Ne dekuji. Zrovna jsem dojedl/-a. 7. Vis mnoho o umeni? 8. Ne. Nemusis vedet nic o umeni na to abys mohl delat dobrovolnika. 9. Proc to delas? 10. Protoze je to dobra cesta jak poznat lidi a procvicit si anglictinu najednou. V muzeu Prosim nesahejte na umelecka dila. Libi se ti skulptury nebo mas radsi obrazy? Osobne mam rad/-a stare olejove kresby. Zkusil/-a jsi se nekdy naucit jak kreslit? Oh! Nemyslim si ze mam talent na kresleni. Nikdy nevis nez to zkusis! 65

66 CARD #30 1. I need to fill my car with gas and get the oil changed. 2. How are you paying? Cash or credit card? 3. Can I use my ATM card? 4. Sure. Just slide the card through the slot and enter your PIN number. 5. Do you want any cash back? 6. Yes. Can you give me $30.00? And I also need a new air filter. 7. OK. Here you go. Is there anything else I can help you with? 8. Well, I need to rotate and balance the tires. 9. Sure. We can do that. We always check the brakes at the same time. 10. Good. If it won't take too long, I'll wait in the lobby. At the Gas Station How much air pressure do I need in the tires? We usually pump them up to about 35 pounds. How often should I change the oil and rotate the tires? We recommend doing it every 5,000 miles at least. 66

67 KARTA #30 1. Musim v aute doplnit benzin a vymenit olej. 2. Jak platite? Hotove nebo kreditni kartou? 3. Mohu puzit svou bankovni kartu? 4. Ovsem. Jen projedte kartu cteckou a zadejte PIN. 5. Chcete vratit nejakou sumu v hotovosti? 6. Ano. Muzete mi dat $30.00? A take potrebuji novy vzduchovy filtr (/osvezovac vzuchu). 7. OK. Here you go (= americka fraze doslovne: Tak tady to mate). Je jeste neco s cim Vam mohu pomoci? No, potrebuji vymenit a nafouknout pneumatiky. 8. Jiste. To muzeme udelat. Vzdy zaroven kontrolujeme brzdy. 9. Dobre. Jestli to nebude trvat dlouho, budu cekat v hale. Na benzinove stanici Jaky tlak potrbuji mit v pneumatikach? Vetsinou je pumpujeme do 35 pounds. Jak casto bych mel/-a menit olej a pneumatiky? Doporucujeme to udelat alespon kazdych 5,000 mil. 67

68 CARD #31 1. Tom, can I borrow your English book? 2. I wish I could lend it to you, but yesterday I lost my English book. 3. Maybe you could get another one from the library. 4. O.K. In the meantime can I take a look at your notes from English class last week? 5. Sure. Why didn't you go to class last week? 6. I told the teacher that I was sick, but that was just an excuse. 7. The truth is that I went to San Francisco with my girlfriend for a couple of days. 8. Man! You shouldn't make up excuses like that! 9. Besides, you'll never learn English if you don't study every day and go to class. 10.O.K. No more excuses. May I please borrow a piece of paper and a pencil? Excuses, Excuses I'm sorry that I'm late. The traffic was terrible today. I'm sorry that I broke your pencil. I didn't mean to do it. I'm sorry I forgot about our date. I've just been so busy lately. Can you ever forgive me? 68

69 KARTA #31 1. Tome, muzu si pujcit tvou knihu anglictiny? 2. Kez bych ti ji mohl pujcit, Ale vcera jsem svou knihu anglictiny ztratil. 3. Mozna by sis mohl/-a pujcit jinou v knihovne. 4. OK. Mohu se mezitim podivat na tve zapisky z hodiny anglictiny z minuleho tydne? 5. Ovsem. Proc jsi minuly tyden nesel/-sla na hodinu? 6. Rekl/-a jsem ucitelce ze jsem nemocny/-a, ale to byla je omluva/vymluva. 7. Pravda je ze jsem odesel na par dni do San Francisca se svou pritelkiny. 8. Man! (= americka fraze neco jako: Clovece!/ Kamo! atd.) Nemel by sis vymyslet takovehle vymluvy! 9. Mimochodem, Nikdy se nenaucis anglicky pokud se nebudes ucit kazdy den a nebudes chodit na hodiny. 10. OK. Uz zadne vymluvy. Muzu si pujcit kus papiru a propisku? Omluvy, Vymluvy Omlouvam se ze jdu pozde. Dnes byl hrozny provoz. Omlovam se ze jsem ti rozbil/-a propisku. Ja nechtel/-a. Promin ja zapomel/-a na nasi schuzku. Posledni dobou jsem byl/-a zaneprazdnena/-y. Muzes mi kdy prominout? 69

70 CARD #32 1. If I were you, I'd take a vacation. You need some time off. 2. I wish I could, but I can't afford one. 3. Then, I suggest that you go camping. 4. It's cheap and the forest is beautiful this time of year. 5. That's a great idea! Why don't you come with me? 6. That would be fun and I have a tent and sleeping bags. 7. Great! I have some camping equipment myself that we can use. 8. Do you know how to start a campfire? 9. Yes, but in California you need to get a fire permit from the Forest Ranger Station first. 10. This is going to be so much fun. I love to hike in the mountains. Giving Advice and Making Suggestions I think you should take some time off from work. Me too! What do you recommend? Well, my advice is to look for a better job. And I think you should mind your own business! Well, I think you owe me an apology! O.K. I apologize. 70

71 KARTA #32 1. Byt tebou, vzal/-a bych si dovolenou. Potrebujes nejaky cas na odpocinek. 2. Kez bych mohl/-a, ale nemuzu si ho dovolit. 3. V tom pripade, navrhuji abyss sel/sla kempovat. 4. Je to levne a les je v tohle rocni obdobi nadherny. 5. To je skvely napad! Proc nejdes se mnou? 6. To by byla sranda a ja mam stan a spacaky. 7. Skvele! Ja mam take nejake vybaveni na kempovani ktere muzeme pouzit. 8. Vis jak zalozit taborak? 9. Ano, ale v Californii nejdrive musis mit povoleni k zalozeni ohne ze stanice ochrancu lesa. 10. To bude tolik srandy/zabavy. Miluji putovat po horach. Davat rady a navrhy Myslim ze by sis mel/-a vzit v praci volno. Ja take! Co doporucujes? No, Moje rada je najit si lepsi praci. A myslim si ze bys mel/-a zacit podnikat! No, myslim ze mi dluzis omluvu! OK. Omlouvam se. 71

72 CARD #33 1. What do you think, Judy, about this coat? 2. It really fits you very nicely. 3. Don't you agree with me Bob? 4. Well, yes, but the color would be better if it were darker. 5. I agree with Bob. It is too light. 6. Why don't you try on a different style? 7. That's a good idea. I need some new shirts and a black belt too. 8. Do you like solid colors or do you prefer stripes? 9. For work I need shirts that I can wear with a tie. 10. What's your opinion of this one? Oh! That's ugly! At The Clothing Store Can I help you find anything? No thanks. We're just looking. Well. Be sure to ask if you have any questions. O.K. Do you have anything on sale today? Sure. What size do you wear? 72

73 KARTA #33 1. Co si myslis, Judy, o tomhle kabatu? 2. Ten ti opravdu pekne slusi. 3. Nesouhlasis se mnou Bobe? 4. No, ano, ale ta barva by byla lepsi kdyby byla tmavsi. 5. Souhlasim s Bobem. Je prilis svetla. 6. Proc si nevyzkousis jiny styl? 7. To je dobry napad. Take potrebuji nejaka tricka a cerny pasek. 8. Libi se ti jednobarevne veci nebo mas radsi prouzky? 9. Do prace potrebuji tricka ke kterym mohu mit kravatu. 10. Co si myslis o tehle/tomhle/teto? Oh! Ten/ta/to je hnusny/-na/-ne! V obchode s oblecenim Mohu Vam pomoci neco najit? Ne dekuji. Jen se divame. No dobre. Kazdopadne se zeptejte pokud budete mit jakekoliv otazky. OK. Mate dnes neco ve vyprodeji? Ovsem. Jakou nosite velikost? 73

74 CARD #34 1. Is that your dog? What's his name? 2. Her name is Daisy. She's a poodle. 3. Do you have any other pets? 4. Yes. I have two cats and a goldfish. 5. What about you? Do you like animals? 6. Well, I do, but they are very expensive. 7. Tell me about it. My pets cost me a fortune in food and vet bills. 8. I heard that pet birds can be really costly. 9. Yes. I have a friend that has to buy special food for his pet snake. 10.Don't tell me! I don't want to know! Man's Best Friend Can your dog do any tricks? Sure. He's very smart. You won't believe what he did yesterday! I dropped some money in the river and he jumped in to get it for me. He brought back a big fish and twenty-five cents in change!!! 74

75 KARTA #34 1. Je to tvuj pes? Jak se jmenuje? 2. Jeji jmeno je Daisy (jinak: jmenuje se Daisy). Je to pudlik. 3. Mas nejaka jina domaci zvirata? 4. Ano. Mam dve kocky a zlatou rybky. 5. A co ty? Mas rad/-a zvirata? 6. No, ano mam, ale jsou velice draha. 7. To mi povidej. Ma domaci zvirata me stoji jmeni za jidlo a ucty za veterinare. 8. Slysel/-a jsem ze ptacy (jako domaci zvirata) mohou byt financne velice narocni. 9. Ano. Mam kamarada/-ku ktery/-a musi nakupovat specialni zradlo pro sveho domaciho hada. 10. Nerikej! Ani nemluv! Nejlepsi pritel cloveka Umi tvuj pes nejake triky? Ovsem. Je velice chytry. Nebudes verity tomu co udelal vcera! Spadli mi nejake penize do reky a on skocil do ni aby mi je vratil. Vratil se s velkou rybou a dvacetipeti centy. 75

76 CARD #35 1. Excuse me. Could I ask you something? 2. Sure. What do you need? 3. We're looking for Mrs. Johnson's classroom. 4. I think she's in Building B. Down this hallway and then turn left. 5. Hello. We're the Smiths. Our son Tommy is in your class. 6. Oh. How nice to meet you. Thanks for coming in for the parentteacher conference. 7. How's Tommy doing? His grades are pretty good. 8. He's a good student. He might be able to do even better with a little more work. 9. Does he study at home in the evenings? 10. He's pretty good. Sometimes we have to make him turn off the TV. Meeting The Teacher Excuse me. May I talk to you for a minute? Your daughter isn't behaving herself in class. I'm not following you. What is she doing? Well, she s not paying attention in class, she s talking to her neighbors, and she s disturbing the other students. Things like that. Well, it was nice talking to you. 76

77 KARTA #35 1. Omluvte me. Mohl/-a bych se Vas na neco zeptat? 2. Ovsem. Co potrebujete? 3. Hledame tridu pani Johnsonove. 4. Myslim si ze je v budove B. Rovne po chodbe a pak zatocte do leva. 5. Dobry den. Mi jsme Smithovi. Nas syn Tommy je ve Vasi tride. 6. Oh. Jak rada Vas poznavam. Dekuji Vam ze jste prizla na rodicovskou schuzku. 7. Jak se Tommymu dari? Jeho znamky jsou celkem dobre. 8. Je to dobry zak. Mohlo by se mu darit jeste lepe s trochu vice praci. 9. Uci se doma po vecerech? 10. Je celkem dobry. Nekdy mu musime ricta aby vypnul televizi. Schuzka s ucitelem Prominte. Mohu s Vami na minutku mluvit? Vase dcera se ve tride neumi chovat. Nerozumim Vam. Co dela? No, ve tride nedava pozor, bavi se ze sousedy a vyrusuje ostatni studenty. Takovehle veci. No, rad/-a jsem si s Vami popovidal/-a. 77

78 CARD #36 1. Can I ask you something? 2. Well, I'm kind of busy at the moment. 3. It will only take a few minutes. 4. O.K. But I have a business meeting in fifteen minutes so it will have to be fast. 5. Maybe it would be better if we set up another time to get together. 6. I'd love to continue this conversation, but I really do have to go now. 7. Well, I don't want to take up any more of your time. 8. Sorry I'm so rushed right now. Maybe we can get together tomorrow. 9. Oh. I understand completely. Thanks anyway. 10. Please forgive me. I really have to run now. Responding To Criticism Oh! I'm so sorry. I promise it won't happen again. I'm sorry to hear that. Please forgive me. Please accept my apology. 78

79 KARTA #36 1. Smim se te na neco zeptat? 2. No, v tomto momentu jsem tak nejak zaneprazdnen/-a. 3. Zabere to jen par minut. 4. OK. Ale za patnact minut mam pracovni schuzi, takze to bude muset byt rychle. 5. Mozna by bylo lepsi, kdybychom se dohodli na nejakem jinem case kdy bychom se sesli. 6. Strasne bych si pral/-a pokracovat v teto konverzaci, ale ted doopravdy musim jit. 7. No, Uz te nechci okradat o zadny tvuj cas. 8. Promin, zrovna ted jsem v takovem casovem skluzu. Mozna ze se muzeme sejit zitra. 9. Oh. Naprosto to chapu. Stejne dekuji. 10. Prosim odpust mi. Ted opravdu musim bezet. Reakce na kritiku Oh! Ja se omlouvam. Slibuji ze uz se to nikdy nestane. Nerad/-a to slysim. Prosim odpust mi. Prosim prijmi mou omluvu. 79

80 CARD #37 1. Hello, James. Tell me, when was your last physical? 2. Hello, Doctor. Probably last year when I went out for the basketball team. 3. So is this your last year in school? 4. Yes. I am studying English literature and hope to be a teacher. 5. Excellent. What seems to be the problem today? 6. I have frequent backaches and headaches. 7. Are you getting enough exercise on a daily basis? 8. Not much. Not since basketball season ended. 9. How about nutrition? Well, doctor, I've been on a diet actually. 10. You need more protein in your diet and regular exercise. At The Doctors Office First we need to get your vital statistics. How tall are you? What is your weight? Well, John, you would be the perfect weight if you were just eight feet tall. Take two (2) of these daily. One is Vitamin E and the other is for the headaches. 80

81 KARTA #37 1. Ahoj Jamesi. Povez mi, kdy jsi naposledy sportoval? 2. Dobry den pane doktore. Asi minuly rok kdyz jsem sel hrat basketball. 3. Takze to je tvuj posledni rok ve skole? 4. Ano. Ano studuji anglickou literaturu a doufam ze ze mne bude ucitel/se stanu ucitelem. 5. Uzasne! Co je dneska za problem? 6. Mam jaste bolesti zad a hlavy. 7. Mas dost treninku na denni bazi? 8. Moc ne. Ne od te doby co skoncila basketballova sezona. 9. Co s nutrici? No, pane doktore, vlastne jsem byl/-a na diete. 10. U sve diety potrebujete vice proteinu a denni cviceni. V kancelari pana doktora Nejdriv potrebujeme vase vitalni statistiku. Jak jste vysoky/-a? Kolik vazite/vazis? No, Johne, Mel by jsi perfektni vahu kdybys meril osm stop. Techto si vem denne dve. Jeden je vitamin-e a ten druhy je na bolest hlavy. 81

82 CARD #38 1. What time is our business meeting tomorrow? 2. The boss wants us all to meet in the conference room at 9:00 a.m. 3. Do you know what's on the agenda? 4. We're going to talk about new product ideas first. I know that much. 5. And probably cost reductions. We're always trying to cut costs around here. 6. Well, profits are always slim during a recession. 7. Why don't we just raise our prices? That would increase our profit. 8. I disagree with you. We would just sell less. 9. I'm not sure I agree with that. 10.It seems to me that we have a product people really want. Meetings, Meetings, and More Meetings Could you tell us more about your ideas? In other words, you think that we should lower our prices. Sorry for interrupting, but that just won't work either. Not everyone will agree with me, but here's what I think we should do. 82

83 KARTA #38 1. V kolik je zitra nase pracovni schuzka? 2. Sef chce abychom se vsichni sesli v konferencni mistnosti v 9:00 (a.m. = ante meridiem = pred polednem). 3. Vis co je tema porady? 4. Nejdrive se budeme bavit o novych produktovych napadech. To je vse co vim. 5. A nejspis redukce vydaju. Tu u nas se vzdy snazime sredukovat vydaje. (cut = seriznout/rezat) 6. No, vydelky jsou vzdy male behem recese. (slim = hubene/tenke) 7. Proc proste nezvedneme nase ceny? To by zvysilo nas vydelek. 8. Nesouhlasim s tebou. Take bychom proste mohli prodat mene. 9. Nejsem si jist/-a s tim souhlasim. 10. Zda se mi ze mame produkt, ktery lide doopravdy chteji. Porady, schuze a jeste jednou porady Mohl/-a by si nam povedet vice o tvych napadech? Jinymi slovy, myslis si ze bychom meli snizit nase ceny. Promin/-te za vyruseni, ale ani jedno z toho nebude fungovat. Ne kazdy se mnou bude souhlasit, ale tady je co si myslim ze buchom meli udelat. 83

84 CARD #39 1. So, how is your English coming along? 2. Pretty good. I understand almost everything. 3. But I still make mistakes once in awhile. 4. Well, it's hard work to learn a foreign language. 5. Yes. My teacher says it sometimes takes years to master. 6. And you have to practice every day. Otherwise you will begin to forget the words again. 7. If you can't find someone to talk to, you can buy English tapes to practice with at home. 8. Yes. And reading a lot of books or newspapers keeps your vocabulary up. 9. Movies and TV shows are good practice too. 10. But they use so much slang it's hard to follow. Find A Friend The best way to practice is to find someone that speaks only English. Meet a neighbor or join a club. Visit a retirement (assisted living) home and ask for someone who needs company and would like to meet a new friend. Of course, the best way is to get a handsome American boyfriend. 84

85 KARTA #39 1. Takze, jak to pokracuje s tvou anglictinou? 2. Celkem dobre. Rozumim skoro vsemu. 3. Ale stale jeste obcas delam chyby. 4. No, ono je to tezke naucit se cizi jazyk. 5. Ano. Muj/moje ucitel/-ka mi rika, ze to obcas trva roky naucit se ho ovladat. 6. A musis cvicit kazdy den. Jinak zacnes zase zapominat slova. 7. Kdyz nemuzes najit nikoho s kym mluvit, muzes si koupit anglicke kazety s kterymi muzes cvicit doma. 8. Ano. A cteni mnoho knih nebo novin ti dava slovni zasobu. 9. Filmy a televizni porady jsou take dobry cvik. 10. Ale ti pouzivaji tolik slengu, je tezke jim rozumet. (follow = nasledovat) Najit si kamarada Nejlepsi cesta jak si procvicit anglictinu je najit si nekoho kdo mluvi pouze anglicky. Sejdi se ze sousedem nebo se prihlas do nejakeho klubu. Navstiv domov duchodcu a zeptej se na nekoho kdo potrebuje spolecnost a chce si najit noveho kamarada. Ovsem, nejlepsi cesta je si najit pekneho/dobre vypadajiciho americkeho pritele. (podle me taky :-)) 85

86 CARD #40 1. You don't have to leave already, do you? 2. Yes. We really must be going. 3. Well, I don't want to take up any more of your time. 4. I'd love to continue this conversation, but I just have so much to do today. 5. I understand. Maybe we can get together again sometime. 6. I'd like that. Call me and we'll get together for lunch. O.K.? 7. That would be great! I'll talk to you again soon. 8. Take it easy. See you later. 9. I can't tell you how much I'm going to miss you. 10. I've got to go now! I hate good-byes! Saying Goodbye!!! Goodbye! We love you! Don't forget to write. Do you have my address? Come back and see us again soon!!! 86

87 KARTA #40 1. Nemusis jeste odejit, ze ne? 2. Ano. Doopravdy uz musime jit. 3. No, nechci vas nejak okradat o cas/nechci vas dele zdrzovat. 4. Strasne rad/-a bych pokracoval/-a v nasi konverzaci, ale mam toho dnes tolik na praci. 5. Rozumim/chapu. Mozna bychom se mohli nekdy sejit. 6. Rad/-a bych. Zavolej mi a sejdeme se na obed. OK? 7. To by bylo skvele! Uvidime se brzy/na slysenou/na videnou. 8. Bud v pohode. Navidenou. 9. Nemuzu vujadrit jak moc mi budes chybet. 10. Ted musim jit! Nesnasim louceni! Louceni!!! Ahoj! Milujeme te/mame te radi! Nezapomen napsat. Mas mou ovou adresu? Vrat se brzy/prijd se na nas brzy zase podivat!!! 87

88 Rhythm #1 English Rhythms CATS EAT MICE. (3 Beats) CATS EAT MICE. (3 Beats) The CATS EAT MICE. (3 Beats) the MICE. (3 Beats) the MICE. (3 Beats) The The CATS The CATS have might have the EATEN EATEN 88

89 Rhythm #2 English Rhythms KIDS LOVE TOYS. (Again 3 beats) The KIDS LOVE TOYS. (Again 3 beats) The KIDS LOVE The KIDS might LOVE The KIDS might have LOVED 89 the TOYS. (Again 3 beats) the TOYS. (Again 3 beats) the TOYS. (Again 3 beats)

90 Rhythm #3 English Rhythms Here is one with four (4) beats. Imagine yourself as the conductor of a large group of musicians: ONE TWO THREE a ONE a TWO a THREE a ONE a ONE and a TWO and a THREE and then a TWO and then a THREE 90 FOUR a FOUR and a FOUR and then a FOUR

91 Rhythm #4 English Rhythms Here is a "Rhythm" exercise to practice with: I read the book. I read the book that you lent. I read the book that you lent to me. I read the book that you lent to me yesterday. I read the book that you lent to me yesterday at the coffee shop. I read the book that you lent to me yesterday at the coffee shop beside the parking lot. I read the book that you lent to me yesterday at the coffee shop beside the parking lot near the apartment. 91

92 Rhythm #5 English Rhythms Say this Rhythm softly like you are whispering: Here is a Rhythm with /th/ sound: 1. It s nothing. 2. I told you it s nothing. 3. I thought I told you it s nothing. 4. I thought I told you a thousand times it s nothing. 5. I thought I told you a thousand times it s nothing worth thinking through. 6. I thought I told you a thousand times it s nothing worth thinking through at the theater. 7. I thought I told you a thousand times it s nothing worth thinking through at the theater on Thursday, enthusiastically. 92

93 Rhythm #6 English Rhythms Say this Rhythm loud like you are angry! Here is another Rhythm with a different /th/ sound: 1. Don t bother. 2. Don t bother your father. 3. Don t bother your father, ask your mother. 4. Don t bother your father, ask your mother then your brother. 5. Don t bother your father, ask your mother then your brother you have another. 6. Don t bother your father, ask your mother then your brother you have another sister and another brother. 7. Don t bother your father, ask your mother then your brother you have another sister and another brother you can bother. 93

94 Rhythm #7 English Rhythms A rhythm that works on the letter /l/: 1. My love called me. 2. My love called me late. 3. My love called me late last night. 4. My love called me late last night to let me know. 5. My love called me late last night to let me know that he would leave. 6. My love called me late last night to let me know that he would leave Illinois. 7. My love called me late last night to let me know that he would leave Illinois and go to California. 8. My love called me late last night to let me know that he would leave Illinois and go to California to look for a little work. 94

95 Rhythm #8 English Rhythms Here is a Rhythm that works on the letter /r/: 1. My brother wrote. 2. My brother wrote his secretary a card. 3. My brother wrote his secretary a card three times. 4. My brother wrote his secretary a card three times to ask her. 5. My brother wrote his secretary a card three times to ask her to marry him. 6. My brother wrote his secretary a card three times to ask her to marry him but she worried. 7. My brother wrote his secretary a card three times to ask her to marry him but she worried about how to react. 95

96 Rhythm #9 English Rhythms A rhythm that works on the letter /e/: 1. He used to sleep. 2. He used to sleep at least thirteen hours. 3. He used to sleep at least thirteen hours, eat ham and cheese. 4. He used to sleep at least thirteen hours, eat ham and cheese, and leave the house. 5. He used to sleep at least thirteen hours, eat ham and cheese and leave the house to play soccer. 6. He used to sleep at least thirteen hours, eat ham and cheese, and leave the house to play soccer on a team. 7. He used to sleep at least thirteen hours, eat ham and cheese, and leave the house to play soccer on a team until he hurt his heel. 96

97 Rhythm #10 English Rhythms And here is a Rhythm that works on the letter /i/: 1. It was silly. 2. It was silly that my sister Cindy picked. 3. It was silly that my sister Cindy picked the simple red bricks. 4. It was silly that my sister Cindy picked the simple red bricks to fix the doorway. 5. It was silly that my sister Cindy picked the simple red bricks to fix the doorway since the color simply didn t fit. 6. It was silly that my sister Cindy picked the simple red bricks to fix the doorway since the color simply didn t fit into the vintage style house. 97

98 Rhythm #11 English Rhythms This Rhythm will help you work on the letter /b/: 1. The boy. 2. The boy s brother. 3. The boy s brother used to be a bad baseball player. 4. The boy s brother used to be a bad baseball player, but now he is probably the best. 5. The boy s brother used to be a bad baseball player, but now he is probably the best baseball player. 6. The boy s brother used to be a bad baseball player, but now he is probably the best baseball player on his baseball team. 98

99 Rhythm #12 English Rhythms This Rhythm will help you with the letter /v/: 1. They live. 2. They live in a valley. 3. They live in a valley and bought a very expensive television. 4. They live in a valley and bought a very expensive television, video. 5. They live in a valley and bought a very expensive television, video and oven. 6. They live in a valley and bought a very expensive television, video and oven so they invited us over. 7. They live in a valley and bought a very expensive television, video and oven so they invited us over to show off their valuables. 99

100 Rhythm #13 English Rhythms This Rhythm will help you with the letter /w/: 1. Who wants? 2. Who wants a window? 3. Who wants a window wound down? 4. Who wants a window wound down in the wind? 5. Who wants a window wound down in the wind on a winding way? 6. Who wants a window wound down in the wind on a winding way in the west? 7. Who wants a window wound down in the wind on a winding way in the west when driving in Wyoming? 100

101 Before You Start... Setting A Goal I need to improve my accent and pronunciation so that I can. This is what I will do in the next three months (12 weeks) to be certain that I hit my goal: Now! Find out what goal 3 other students have set for themselves and what they will do to hit their goal. Are they the same as yours or different? 101

102 Conversation Starter #1 How to Begin a Conversation Hello. How are you? I am fine, thanks, and you? I am very good. What is your name? My name is Fred. Nice to meet you Fred. Great! Now you re talking. Ask each other questions. Find out all about each other. For example: Where are you from? Are you married or single? How long have you studied English? How long have you been in the United States? Now find another conversation partner and practice again! 102

103 Conversation Starter #2 Tell Me About Your Family Do you have a big family? Yes, it s very big. What about you? No. My family is very small. Do you have any pictures? Sure. Would you like to see them? Bring in pictures of your family to class. Show the other students your pictures and tell them about your family. Pictures of your Children. Pictures of your Mother and Father. How about Brothers, Sisters, Aunts and Uncles? Do you have pictures of your Grandfather and Grandmother? Now ask another student to see their pictures and hear about their family. 103

104 Conversation Starter #3 Ending A Conversation Hi. Do you remember me? We met last week in English class. Yes, of course, I do. But I m afraid that I ve forgotten your name. Bill. Bill Smith. And your name is Maria, isn t it? Yes. It is. Nice to see you again Bill. Very nice to see you, too, Maria. Now say Excuse me, and end the conversation... Oh! Look at the time. I really have to go. Could we get together later today? No, I have so many things to do today. Well, it was really nice talking with you. Yes, I hope that I see you again sometime! Now find another partner and practice saying Hello and Goodbye! 104

105 Conversation Starter #4 Which Do You Prefer? Hi, Sandy! Would you like something to drink? Yes. That would be very nice. It is really hot today! Do you prefer iced tea or a cold soda? Actually, I prefer the ice tea to the soda. O.K. Sit down and make yourself comfortable while I get the drinks. Now find a Conversation Partner and ask them which of the following things they prefer. Then ask them why they prefer that one to the other one. Pepsi Coke Running Biking Mountains Ocean Bears Tigers Dogs Cats Hamburg Hotdog Soup Salad Classical Music Jazz Tango Salsa Books Movies Now find another Conversation Partner and see if they prefer the same things that your first Partner preferred. 105

106 Conversation Starter #5 Taking Telephone Messages (Ring! Ring!) Hello. Hello. Is (Teacher s name) there? No. I m sorry but he s not here right now. Can I take a message? Yes. Would you tell him that (Your name) called and that? First you will be given a Message for your Teacher. Then you will call another student and give them the message. They will then give the message to the Teacher. Student Name Telephone Number *Sample messages are on Page # Message

107 Conversation Starter #6 Making Excuses (Ring! Ring!) Hello. Hello. Is (Your Friend s Name) there? Yes. Speaking. Hi (Your Friend s Name) this is (Your Name). And I am calling about our lunch today because (Reason For The Call). First get five telephone numbers of classmates. Please write down your classmate s name and telephone number. Then select a card with your reason for the call. Student Name Telephone Number *Sample reasons for the call are on Page # Reason

108 Conversation Starter #7 At The Restaurant MENU Starters Bread and Butter $5.49 Garlic Bread..... $5.99 French Onion Soup.....$4.49 Vegetable Soup $3.99 Calamari... $7.99 Ask your waiter about the soup of the day!! Main courses Roast Beef with mixed vegetables $14.00 Grilled Lamb Chops with garlic sauce... $15.00 Broiled Salmon with lemon butter... $12.00 Steak & Grilled Shrimp.....$15.00 Spaghetti with Meat balls.... $9.00 Seafood Pasta..$10.00 Dessert Ice Cream (Vanilla, Chocolate, or Strawberry)...$3.00 Blueberry Cheese Cake.....$5.00 Apple Pie.....$4.00 Drinks Coffee $2.50 Coke, Pepsi, and Sprite....$2.50 Juice (Orange, Apple, or Cranberry)....$3.50 Wine (Red or White).... $5.50 You want to go to a very nice restaurant for a special dinner. Select a Conversation Partner to take phone calls for Dinner Reservations. Then have another student act as Hostess and seat the guests and give them the Menu. Finally, have your Waiter take your orders and serve the food. Don t forget to pay the bill... and leave a tip for the waiter!!! 108

109 Conversation Starter #8 Pardon The Interruption Two people practice starting a conversation and then another student comes over and interrupts their conversation. One of the students practices ending the conversation and leaving: Excuse me. Do you mind if I talk to Sherrie for a minute? Oh, no, not at all. I have to go anyway. Thank you so much! See you again soon. Have a nice day you two! You too! Then the person leaving becomes the interrupter and goes to find two other people that are having a conversation. This way you can practice starting, ending, and interrupting conversations at the same time. 109

110 Conversation Starter #9 What s For Dinner Tonight? What are we having for dinner tonight? I don t know. What do you want? I don t know either. How about fish? O.K. We haven t had fish for a long time. Find a classmate and start a conversation. Ask them what they are going to have for dinner tonight. Then ask them what they had for dinner last night. Tell them about your meals. Student Name Last Night Plans For Tonight

111 Conversation Starter #10 Would You Repeat That Please? I ve been studying veganism. I don t know that word. How do you spell it? V E G A N I S M. I m afraid that I don t understand. Can you tell me the meaning? Oh, sure. That s when you don t eat any animal products. Well, what are some examples of things that you can eat? Spelling Meaning Examples Your Teacher will give you a card with words that the other students do not know. They have to ask you questions about your word until they understand all about it. Then you have to ask questions about their card. *Sample Cards are on Page #

112 Conversation Starter #11 What s wrong? / What s the matter? You don t look well. What s wrong with you? I ve had a headache and a sore throat since last night. Well, maybe you caught a cold. You should take an aspirin and drink hot tea with lemon. Examples of Symptoms sore throat sprained wrist have allergies stomach flu bad cough a bad burn stomachache toothache rash cut have a fever Examples of Advice apply lotion take a blood test need an operation cough syrup take pain medicine drink fluids pregnancy test hot tea with lemon take an aspirin get some rest chicken soup see a doctor Ask your partner about their symptoms and give some advice!! 112

113 Conversation Starter #12 How Often Do You.....? How often do you work-out? Three times a week. What about you? Me? Never! I m in such bad shape. Well, it s never too late to start working out you know. Frequency words Never Always Sometimes Usually Often Not very often Twice a week A couple of times a year Everyday Once a day Find a classmate and start a conversation. Ask how often they do these activities. You can also add some more questions that you want to ask. Activity Classmate s Name How Often? Speak English Check your Go shopping Go to school Go out to eat Clean your house Take a shower Call your mother 113

114 Conversation Starter #13 Helping Or Hurting? With your classmates make a list of things Helping you get to your Goal. Then make a list of things Hurting you and keeping you from getting to your Goal. 1. *Look at Page #101 to review your Goal! Now work together to find Solutions to your Problems. How can you help each other to reach your Goals? 114

115 Conversation Starter #14 The Best Place To Vacation. June, I heard that you are going to visit my country next month. Yes, but I don t know where to go. Where do you recommend? Well, actually there are a lot of good places to go in my country. But I don t have a lot of time. So, where is the best place to go? Find a Conversation Partner that is from a country different from the country where you were born. Now ask them to tell you about the best place to go on vacation in their country. Ask for all the information that you would need to see everything and do everything on vacation. Have them draw you a map: Remember you can only visit one time so you have to go to the best place. Now tell them about the best place to go on vacation in your country! 115

116 Conversation Starter #15 How Do I Get To...? A: Excuse me. Is there a hotel near here? B: Yes, there s a hotel on the corner of 1st Ave. and Beach Drive. A: How do I get there from the Post Office? B: At the traffic light, turn right and go straight ahead. It s on your right. *Ask your conversation partner how to get to 3 different places/from 3 different places.using the expressions below. Where would I find the? At the stoplight Would you tell me the best way to? Go straight ahead. Turn right onto /Make a right turn onto. Go all the way to Next to Between At the end of On the corner In front of Behind. Around the corner When you get to At the stop sign Sorry, I don t live around here. 116

117 Conversation Starter #16 What Would You Like To Do? Hey Bobby! Would you like to go for a bike ride in the park? I d like to but I can t. I have to go to the supermarket with my mom. Maybe we can do it after you get back. Give me a call, O.K.? O.K. But it might be pretty late before we get back. Think of something that you would like to do... and something that you have to do. Now find a classmate and ask them to tell you what they would like to do and what they have to do. Student Name Like To Do Have To Do

118 Conversation Starter #17 At The Post Office Hello. I would like to get a post office box for my new business. Certainly. I just need you to fill out this application for me. O.K. May I borrow a pen, please? Of course, there s one over there on the counter you can use. APPLICATION FOR POST OFFICE BOX FULL NAME (First) SEX M (Middle) (Last) F COLOR EYES COLOR HAIR DATE OF BIRTH / / HEIGHT WEIGHT (Month/Day/Year) MAILING ADDRESS APT. # CITY STATE ZIP CODE TELEPHONE # ( ) - SIGNATURE Now find a Conversation Partner and exchange forms. Write a letter to your Conversation Partner. Say something ice about them in your letter. Get an envelope from your Teacher. Address the envelope and put the letter inside. Give the letter to your Teacher. 118

119 Conversation Starter #18 Talking About The Wedding. I heard that Sara just got married! Yes, the wedding was last Sunday. It must have been a beautiful wedding. It was, and the music was terrific. Oh! I m sure she was a beautiful bride. Bring in pictures from your wedding (or your parents wedding) to share with the class. Show the other students your wedding pictures and answer these questions: 1. How did you meet? Was it Love at first sight? 2. How did he propose marriage? 3. Describe the wedding. 4. Where did you get married? 5. Where did you go on your Honeymoon? 6. How long have you been married now? Now find another student with wedding pictures to enjoy! 119

120 Conversation Starter #19 What are we going to do tonight? Hey, it s Friday. What are we going to do tonight? I want to go out dancing. What about you? I feel like dinner and a movie. How about pizza at Adolfo s and then we go dancing! Write down three things you might want to do tonight. (1) (2) (3) Find a conversation partner and ask them what they want to do tonight. Then, tell your partner about your plans. Decide what you and your partner can do together. 120

121 Conversation Starter #20 Talking About Last Weekend. Hi. How was your weekend? Actually, it was really great! Really? What did you do? We went to San Francisco and saw a play. Oh! That must have been so much fun! Find a classmate and start a conversation. Ask them to tell you what they did last weekend. Student Name Did Last Weekend Now tell them what you did last weekend! 121

122 Conversation Starter #21 Talking About Next Weekend. What are your plans for next weekend? I m not sure yet. But I would really like to go to the beach. That sounds like fun! I have to stay home. I have a lot of work to do. Well, that doesn t sound like any fun at all! Find a classmate (preferably one that doesn t speak your language) and start a conversation. Ask them what they are going to do next weekend. Student Name Plans For Next Weekend Now tell them what you are going to do next weekend! 122

123 Conversation Starter #22 Have you ever gone to? Have you ever gone to Australia? Yes, I went there last year for a week. You did! Where all did you go and what did you do? I went to the Sydney Opera House. It was so beautiful. Find a Conversation Partner and then ask them if they have ever gone to any country (or city) on the map. Then, ask as many questions as you can think of about their trip. Now tell them about a place you have gone and let them ask you questions about your trip. 123

124 Conversation Starter #23 Plans For Your Vacation. Do you have any plans for your vacation? I m planning on going to Europe with my family. How about you? I m not sure but I m thinking about camping at Lake Tahoe. That sounds like a lot of fun! Write three things that you want to do during vacation (1) (2) (3) Find a classmate and start a conversation. Ask about their plans for vacation and tell them your plans, too!! Student Name Plans for Vacation

125 Conversation Starter #24 Talking About Music Do you like music? Oh yes! I really like music! Do you play a musical instrument? Well, I play the piano a little. But I m not very good. What kind of music do you listen to usually? Name 1. Type of Music Favorite Artist Favorite Song Now find someone who likes the same type of music that you like. 125

126 Conversation Starter #25 Education And Work Experience Well, I went to High School in Oregon. But I studied Accounting at the University of California in San Diego. My first job was with a manufacturing company. But right now I am not working. I would like to find something in advertising. Find a Conversation Partner and complete all the information about their Education and Work Experience. Then let them complete the chart about your experience. School Dates Attended Company Job Title Dates Subjects Studied Salary Duties Now work with your Classmate to prepare a Resume! 126

127 Conversation Starter #26 Talking About The Future So, Carol, what will you do after school is finished? I have a job lined-up in a small dress shop downtown. Oh! That sounds like a very good experience. Yes, I have to save some money to go to college. Why? What do you want to study? Fashion Design. I want to have my own line of clothes. Find out what your Classmates are going to do in the future: Student Name Next Year 5 Years 10 Years Now! Tell the Class about their hopes and dreams! 127

128 Conversation Starter #27 Tell Me About Yourself You are interviewing students for a job. Ask them to tell you all about themselves. You are to write down everything they tell you. Which student is the best candidate for the job? Well, I was born in Thailand. But I studied Engineering in Singapore. I have seven sisters and two brothers, and I really like sailing and golf. Someday, I would like to work in Europe. Applicant #1 Applicant #2 Applicant #3 Now report your findings to the class! 128

129 Evaluating Your Accomplishments Go back to Page #99 and look at your written goal. How would you describe your progress toward reaching your goal? Where do you think you are today? Answer the following questions: 11. I feel comfortable talking to my neighbors in English. 12. I have no problem speaking English with my boss at work. 13. On the telephone speaking English is easy. 14. Talking to Teachers at School is enjoyable in English. 15. When shopping I can get information in English. 16. At the Bank, Post Office and Library I can speak English. 17. With the Doctor or at the Hospital I do not need a translator. 18. I can go to a Job Interview and speak only English. 19. If a friend has a problem I can translate for them. 20. Mr. Stan s is the best English Language Program ever! Thank You for using Mr. Stan s English Language Program!!! 129 Yes No

130 Appendix for Conversation Starter #5... His soccer game is canceled. Messages For Your Teacher. You can t meet with him at two o clock tomorrow You want him to call you. You have to work tomorrow and cannot come to class. His Dentist appointment has His Doctor appointment has been moved to three o clock. been moved to Thursday. You will come to school next You will return his CD Friday to talk to him. tomorrow. You found his wallet. You need the money that he borrowed from you. Does he want free tickets to the His class has been canceled Theater on Sunday?. because of bad weather. His mother is home from the Your child is sick so you have to Hospital and wants him to visit. go to the Doctor. You missed the test and want to It is his Birthday and you want reschedule a time to take it. to wish him a Happy Birthday. 130

131 Appendix for Conversation Starter #6... Reasons Your car won t start. For Your Call. You have to work through lunch today for a big meeting later. You have to stop at the bank to Your child is sick and you have get some money. to go see the Doctor. You are stuck in traffic and you Your Mother s Doctor are going to be very late. appointment is changed to today. Your cousin from out of town is You need directions to the calling from the airport. restaurant and are on the way. You have to take the cat to the You forgot all about your Dental Veterinarian. appointment today. An old boyfriend (girlfriend) You are not feeling very well wants to have lunch with you. today and may be sick. Your husband s (wife s) mother Your husband (wife) just invited is in the hospital. their boss to dinner tonight. Your Boss just called and wants You haven t finished your you to come in to work. homework yet! 131

132 Appendix for Conversation Starter #10... Would You Repeat That Please? Woodwinds Meaning: belonging or relating to a group of pipe-shaped musical instruments which are played by blown through a thin flattened tube at one end or across a hole near one end. Examples: Flute, Clarinet, Oboe, Saxophone Percussion Meaning: musical instruments that you play by hitting them with your hand or object such a stick. Examples: Piano, Drum, Tambourine Brass Meaning: musical instruments made of metal and played by blowing. Examples: Trombone, Trumpet, Tuba Strings Meaning: a thin wire or cord which is stretched across a musical instrument and is used to produce a range of notes which depend on its thickness, length and tightness. Examples: Violin, Cello, Guitar Amphibian Meaning: Animal which lives both on land and in water but must lay its eggs in water. Examples: Frog, Newt, Toad Reptile Meaning: an animal which produces eggs and uses the heat of the sun to keep its blood warm. Examples: Alligator, Crocodile, Rattlesnake, Turtle, Lizard Mammal Meaning: any animal of which the female gives birth to babies, not eggs, and feeds them on milk from her own body. Examples: Whale, Seal, Otter, Dolphin and Human Beings! 132

133 ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Stan Burmich earned his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) from Ohio University and a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from Stanford University. He lived in France for three years studying French and then worked in International Sales and Marketing positions for large high-tech multinational companies for more than 20 years traveling extensively. He has been teaching ESL for the last 10 years and is the author of several language books. Mr. Stan s English Language Program has been translated into 30 different languages and is used by students around the world. His belief that people of any age can acquire the perfect accent in any language if given the proper material and teaching method resulted in the creation of a bi-lingual accent reduction program that stresses the 1000 most frequently used words in the English language. By utilizing scientifically research proven methods that have only been discovered in the last couple of years, students can learn English much more quickly and develop an excellent American English Accent in less time than ever thought possible before. For more information visit: 133

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