- Well, would you like to go?
- You mean with you?
4. How does the woman feel about the invitation?
- Sure, I'd like to go.
- Hi, Katy! This is Ron from your history class.
- Oh, hi!
- Listen. I was wondering. Am…
- Were you planning to go to Alis party in Saturday?
- Am… I haven't really thought about it yet.
- Well, would you like to go?
- You mean with you?
5. How does the woman fell about the invitation?
- Well, sank's, but I'm busy that night.
Part 4. Listening tests. Page 9.
A. Listen to the following telephone conversation between foreign student and a college consular. Compeat their application form using the information in the converdation.
- What's your lees name?
- You mean firname?
- First name?
- Do you have a mild name?
- What's your telephone number?
- g 382136.
- And your grown middling address?
- Excuse me?
- Your address you live in town, where you are live now.
- Oh, 3440 Heelstreat.
- What that 14 or 40?
- Oh 40, Colombus Ohio 43210.
- Date of birth.
- May 2, 1965.
- Country of birth.
- So you are a sitizen of the Right?
- All right, Surgio, what type of visa do you have?
- What does it expire?
- In June.
- Ok, this is the last question Surgio - who advise you to a programme?
- I don't understand.
- Who told you about the English language centure?
- Oh, my friend studied hier last year.
B. Look at the map of the college compass. Find the coffeteria. Linda is seating outside the coffeteria when some students approaching aske the direction. Listen to the direction Linda gives. Then write the names of the buildings you hear on the map.
- Excuse me, what's way the Student's Union?
- Oh, it's on Lection Drive, just one tour the lake and turn left on Lection - it's a large building on your right.
- Thank you.
- Excuse me, how can I get to the computer lab?
- The computer lab? Hm… Let me see. I am preaty sure it's in the computer science building. Do you know where are this?
- Ok. Go gross the street towards the park and continua down the Bridge road until you reach Breadford, turn right on Breadford. After you pass college bulwar, just see on your left.
- Let's see. I go down the Brodge road, turn right, then go straight.
- Hi, Gloria, you look lost.
- I am. A am trying to find the language lab.
- It's on the North side. Do you know where the business hall is?
- Yes a Campas road, right?
- Right, where Campas road and Joan street meet. Where the language lab is, cross the street for the business hall.
It's on the Bread for avenue.
- I get it, sank's a lot.
Write questions to which the bold type words are the answers.
1) Gloria Sanchals looks for Camble Hall. Who looks for Camble Hall?
2) Linda shows the way for Gloria.
3) Gloria is from Venesuella.
4) Glorias family used to come to USA when she was small.
5) Gloria is interested in business administration.
6) Linda hope to see Gloria in class.
Look at the table and write sentences as in the example:
Go to Camble Hall Gloria goes to Camble Hall. So does Linda.
Know where camble Hall is
Interested in business administration
Come from Venesuela
Going to be as English teacher
Taking an English placement test
Hope to see again
Put the verbs in brackets into the correct form.
1. Gloria (look for) Camble Hall now.
2. Gloria (meet) Linda just.
3. Linda (know) were Camble Hall is.
4. Linda and Gloria (go) together to Camble Hall.
5. Gloria (come) here from Venesuella.
6. Gloria (be) here since August.
7. Gloria's parents (come) here when she was small.
8. Gloria (take) here placement test.
9. Gloria (study) a business administration if she pass her test.
Say true or false.
1. Gloria are looking for Camble Hall.
2. She met a boy.
3. Linda is going to Camble Hall too.
4. Gloria is from Venesuella.
5. Gloria is from Europe.
6. Linda is going to be es an English teacher.
7. Linda have to pass test from English.
8. Gloria have a test of English, as a foreign language.
Choose the correct answer.
1. Gloria met…
a) a boy; b) Linda; c) a girl; d) a friend.
2. Linda is…
a) a teacher; b) a student; c) a friend; d) a pupil.
3. Gloria's surname is…
a) Smith; b) Brown; c) Sanchals; d) Baxton.
4. Gloria came from…
a) Europe; b) Kanada; c) Africa; d) Venesuella.
5. Gloria's English is…
a) awful; b) not bad; c) good; d) grate.
6. Gloria is going to study…
a) business administration; b) teaching; c) law; d) cooking.
Answer the questions.
1. Who is the story about?
2. What is Gloria's surname?
3. Where is the going?
4. Gloria met Linda, didn't she?
5. What did she get to know about Linda?
6. Does Linda know where Camble Hall is?
7. Is Gloria's English perfect or not?
8. Is Gloria interested in business administration?
Translate into English.
1. Глорія запитує де знаходить Кембл Хол.
2. Глорія тільки що зустріла Лінду.
3. Лінда йде туди ж, куди й Глорія.
4. Не будучи в США довго, Глорія чудово володіє англійською.
5. Глорія має намір вступити в коледж.
6. Лінда повідомляє Глорії про тест з англійської.
7. Можливо Лінда і Глорія зустрінуться на заняттях.
Look at the notes. Complete the story about Gloria.
Look for Camble Hall - meet Linda - know where Camble Hall is - go together - talk - student - interested in business administration - teacher of English - test of English - fromVenesuella - grate English - hope to see again.
Match the parts of the sentences:
1. Could you tell me where
2. Are you taking an
3. Linda is going
4. What do you want
5. Are you from
6. Maybe I will be
7. I am from a. in your class.
b. to study?
c. South America?
d. To be an English teacher.
e. Camble Hall is?
f. English placement test?
Turn the dialogue from Direct into Reported speech.
Listening to English, or any other foreign language that is being learner in my view plays a key part in its study.
Definitely, written speech is also an important element of the language studying pracess, however oral speech prevails in daily communication in our everyday life. To my mind listening (of texts, dialogs, radio and TV programs) is the main way of picking up some colloquial language.
The decisive part of listening for interpersonal communication and for language study, as the mean of exchange of information, may be explained by several reasons.
Firstly, it is generally known that ubsolutely the best method to sudy foreign language is in the language environment, simply speaking, while being surrounded by