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LESSON TWO

- Is this a telephone?

- Yes, this is a telephone.

- Is this a book?

- No, this is not a book.

- Is this a hospital?

- No, this isn't a hospital.


- Is that a school?

- Yes, that's a school.

- Is that an airport?

- No, that is not an airport.

- Is that a field?

- No that isn't a field.

- Is that a flower?

- No that's not a flower.

- Are these ships?

- Yes, these are ships.

- Are these guides?

- No, these are not guides.

- Are these horses?

- No, these aren't horses.

Are those reports?

- Yes, those are reports.

- Are those shops?

- No, those are not shops.

- Are those stones?

- No, those aren't stones.


- Is that a book?

- No, that's not a book.

That's a box.

- Are these letters?

- No, these aren't letters.

These are tickets.

- Are those pictures?

- No, those aren't pictures.

Those are letters.

- Is this a train?

- No, this isn't a train.

This is a tram.

- What is that?

- That's a building.

- And what are those?

- Those are windows.

- Is that a wall?

- Yes, that's a wall.

- Aren't those steps?

- Yes, those are steps.

- What is this?

- This is a letter.

- And what are these?

- These are cards and papers.

- Is this a book?

- Yes, this is a book.

- Aren't these stamps?

- No, these aren't stamps.

- Is this a pen or a pencil?

- This is a pencil and that is a pen.

- Is that a dog or a cat?

- That is a cat but that is a dog.

- These are apples but those аге oranges.

- Are those socks or stockings?

- Those are socks and those are stockings.

- Is this rubber or metal?

- This is metal but that is rubber.

- Is that plastic or glass?

- That is plastic and this is glass.

^ LESSON THREE

- What's this?

- This is a thing.

- And what are these?

- These are things, too.

- But these aren't things.

- No, these are persons.

- And aren't those persons?

- Yes, those are persons, too.

- Who is this?

- This is my cousin.

- Who is that?

- That's his sister.

- And who's that?

- That's her son.

- Who are those?

- Those are his brothers.

- And who's this?

- This Is their father.

- And who's that?

- That's his mother.

- Is this your hat?

- Yes, this is my hat.

- Are these your gloves?

- No, these aren't my gloves.

These are her gloves.

- Is this her bag or is this your bag?

- This is her bag. This isn't my bag.

- And what are these?

- These are my stockings.

- Are these your shoes?

- No, these aren't my shoes.

These are his shoes.

- Who are these?

- These are our friends.

- Aren't those your friends, too?

- No, those aren't my friends.

Those are my cousins.

- And who's this?

- This is my teacher.

- Who are those?

- Those are his students.

- Aren't those your colleagues?

- Oh, yes, those are my colleagues.

- What is this?

- This is a table and this is its leg.

- And what is that?

- That's a dog and that's its master.

- What is this?

- This is a child and this is its father.

- What's this?

- This is a car and these are its wheels.

- Is this your house?

- Yes, this is my house.

- Isn't this your garden?

- Yes, this is my garden.

- Is this your wife?

- Yes, this is my wife.

- And who are these girls?

- These girls are my daughters.

- Are those boys your sons?

- Yes, those boys are my sons.

- And is this your dog?

- Yes, this is my dog.

- Is this your car?

- No, this isn't my car.

- That is mу car.


^ LESSON FOUR


- Good morning. I am Mary.

Who are you?

- Good morning. I'm Tom. And this is Michael.

- Is Michael your brother?

- No, he isn't my brother.

He's my friend.

A very good friend.

- I'm a student. Are you also a student, Tom?

- Yes, I am.

- And Michael is also a student, I think.

- Yes, he is. What's your subject Mary?

- My subject is chemistry.

- And my subject is political economy.


- And what's your subject, Michael?

- My subject is history.

- History is very interesting.

- Isn't political economy interesting, too?


- Oh, yes, it is.

- What's your name, please?

- My name's Compton.

- Who is that man?

- He's Mr. Hunter.

- What's he?

- He's an officer.

- Is that tall woman his wife?

- No, she isn't. She's Mrs. Pitman.

- What's she?

- She's a nurse.

- What's her husband?

- Her husband's a postman.

- And this is Dr. Brown, I think.

- That's right. This lady is Dr. Brown.

- Is that old gentleman her husband?

- You're right. He's also Dr. Brown.

- And those girls and boys are their children,

aren't they?

- You're right again.

- A big family. Is Dr. Brown a physician?

- No, he isn't. His wife is. He's a lawyer.

- Who are those two people?

- They are Mr. and Mrs. Miller.

- What are they?

- They are writers.

- Is that young man their son?

- Yes, he is.

- What is he?

- He's a journalist.

- And who's that elegant woman?

- She is Miss Miller.

- Miss Miller is a painter, I think?

- Yes, she is a famous painter.

Her pictures are very good.

- This is Mr. Sharp, my friend.

- And this is my teacher, Mr. Bell.

- How do you do, Mr. Bell?

- How do you do, Mr. Sharp?

Is Mrs. Florence Sharp your wife?

- Yes, Mrs. Florence Sharp is my wife.

- Is that your school, Mr. Bell?

- Yes, it is.

- And those small boys and girls

are your pupils, I think.

- You're right. They're my pupils.

- Are they good pupils?

- Yes, they are.


^ LESSON FIVE


- What's that?

- That's a box

- And what's that?

- That's a bottle.

- Is the box full?

- No, the box is empty,

but the bottle is full.

- What's that?

- That is a star.

- And what's that?

- That's a star too.

- But that isn't a star, is it?


- No, that isn't a star.

That's the moon.

- Who are those?

- Those are men and women.

- Are the men your friends?

- Yes, they are.

- Are the women your friends?

- No, they aren't.

- What are they?

- They're my sisters.

- What is this?

- This is a map.

- What are these points?

- These points are towns and villages.

- The big points are towns, I think.

- Yes, you're right.

And the small points are villages.

- And what are these lines?

- These lines are roads and railways.

- Which are roads?


- The black lines are roads.

- So the red lines are railways,

- That's right.

- And the blue lines are rivers.

- Yes, rivers and canals.

- Is it your camera?

- Yes, it is.

- Is it Polish or foreign?

- It's an English camera.

- Is the camera good?

- Yes, it's good.

- Is it expensive?

- No, it isn't expensive.

It's cheap.

- Is it old or new?

- It's new.

- Whose books are these?

- These are my books.

- What books are they?

- They are novels and plays.

- Are they English books?

- They're English and American books.

- Is this also your book?

- Yes, it is.

- I think, it's a novel.

- Yes, you're right.

- What's its title?

- "A Farewell to Arms".

- Who's the author?

- Ernest Hemingway.

- Is the novel good?

- Yes, it is, its story is interesting.

- Is the novel long or short?

- It isn't very long.

- Are its style and language difficult?

- No, not at all. They're fine, but they are simple

and easy.

- Is Hemingway an American writer?

- Yes, he is.

- Is he old or young?

- He's rather old and he's very famous.

- So I think his books are popular here.

- They're popular not only here but everywhere.

- Are you British or American?

- I'm British.

- English, Scottish, Irish or Welsh?

- English. My mother's English, too.

But my father's Scottish.

- And your husband?

- My husband's Irish. Aren't you English?

- I'm Australian.

- But your wife isn't Australian. She's Canadian, I think.

- No, she's neither Canadian not Australian.

- But her English is so good.


- Yes, her English isn't bad, but she's Swiss.

- What's your name, please?

- My name's Charles Wood.

- What's your profession?

- I'm an engineer.

- What's your nationality?

- I'm British.

- What's your age?

- I'm thirty-two.


^ LESSON SIX


- What street is this?

- This is the main street.

- The red bus is coming here, isn't it?

- Yes, it is.

- Is it stopping here?

- No, it isn't stopping here.

- The bus stop is there.

- Oh, yes. It's stopping there now.

- And it's starting again now.

- Yes, its wheels are turning and it's moving.

- And what's that going there?

- That's a tram going there.

- What color is that tram?

- It's blue.

- What people are those?

- Those are workers.

- What are they doing?

- They are working.

- They are working hard, aren't they?


- Yes, they are. Their work is hard.

- But that man isn't working, is he?

- No, he isn't. He is standing and watching.


- What's that?

- That's a park.

- It's big, isn't it?

- Yes, it's a big park.

People are sitting and resting there.

- They are also reading, aren't they?

- Yes, they are.

And these two girls are running and playing.

- And those three boys are walking,

talking and laughing.


- What's that new white building there?

- It's an important office.

- What office?

- Perhaps a ministry.

- And who's standing there?

- A soldier is.

- Is it a guard?

- Yes, it is.

- He isn't walking.

He's just standing and watching.

- Yes he is.


- What are those five boys?

- They're pupils.

- Is that man their teacher?

- Yes, he is.

- What are the boys doing?

- They're fighting.

- And their teacher's just standing and watching?

- Yes, he is. The fight isn't real.

The boys are just playing.


- What are those two black things there?

- They're birds, I think.

- Are they? But birds aren't so big.

- Yes, you're right. They aren't birds.

They're planes.

- Are they coming here?

- Yes, they are. And they are very fast.


- They're flying very fast.

- Are they flying high?

- No, they are flying pretty low.

- They are quite near now.

- What color are their marks?

- Their marks are red and white.

- So, they're Polish planes, aren't they?

- Yes, they are. And they're going now.

- And they're two small black things now again.


- Good afternoon. What are these people?

- Good afternoon. They're sportsmen.

- What are they doing?

- They're training.

- They are running, aren't they?

- Yes, they are.

- What else are they doing?

- They're also jumping.

- And what's that man?

- He's their trainer.

- What's he doing?

- He's sitting and watching.

- You're also watching, aren't you?

- Yes, I am.


^ LESSON SEVEN

- Where are you going?

- I'm going to the library.

- Where's the library?

- The library is in that building.

- It isn't far from the university, is it?

- No, it's near the university.

- Are you studying at the university?

- Yes, I am.


- Are you living in this town?

- Yes, I'm living in this house.

- And where are you working?

- I'm working in a factory.

- Where's your factory?

- It's behind the station near the airport.

- Is it far from your house?

- No, it isn't.

- Are you living with your wife?

- Yes, I am. And with my children.

- Where are your children now?

- They're in the park now.


- Where are we now?

- We are in front of the station now.

- What are these people doing?

- They're standing in a queue.

- Is the queue for the bus?

- No, the queue is for the tram.

- And where's the queue for the bus?

- The queue for the bus

is at the stop on the right.

- What are these?

- These are tickets.

- What tickets are they?

- They're tickets to the theatre.

- When are we going to the theatre?

- At seven in the evening.

- Is dinner before the show?

No, dinner's after the show.

- And what are we doing after dinner?

- We're going to bed after dinner.

- We're going for a walk.

Are you ready, Pat?

- Yes, I'm almost ready.

Where are my shoes?

- Your shoes are under the bed.

- Oh, yes. They are here.

And where's my coat?

- Your coat's somewhere here.

- Where's my hat?

- Your hat's already on your head.


- Oh, yes. And where are my gloves?

- Your gloves are on the table.

- And my glasses?

- Your glasses are in your bag.

- Yes. Here they are.

- And where's the dog?

- The dog's already running in the street.

- Where are we going?

- We're going to the station.

- Are we going there by tram?

- Yes. By tram or by bus.

- Where's the station?

- It's not far from our house.

It's near the park.


- This is the station, isn't it?

- Yes, it is. You're right.

- Where are the booking-offices?

- They're there. On the left.

- Oh, yes. People are standing in a queue there.

- Yes. But the queue isn't very long, is it?


- No, it isn't.

- Good morning, madam.

Where are you going?

- I'm going to Glasgow. To my friends.

- Are you traveling without your children?

- No, I'm traveling with my daughter.

- What time's your train leaving?

- It's leaving in an hour.

- We're also going to Glasgow,

and our train's also leaving in an hour.

- So we're traveling together.

- Yes, we're.

^ LESSON EIGHT

- What are you doing?

- I'm writing.

- What are you writing?

- I'm writing a letter.

- What letter are you writing?

- I'm writing a letter to my father.

- What are you doing?

- I'm reading.

- What are you reading?

- I'm reading a story.

- What story are you reading?

- I'm reading a story about travels into space.


- What are you doing here?

- I'm taking a book from the library.

- What book are you taking?

- I'm taking an English book.

- Are you taking it home?

- Yes. I'm taking it home.

I'm taking it for Clare.

- Is Clare learning English?

- Yes, she's taking English lessons now.


- Is the museum open every day?

- No, it's open only on some days.

- On what days is it open?

On Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.

- Is the museum open all day?

- No, it's open from 10 in the morning

till 7 in the evening on Sundays.

- And when is it open on other days?

- It's open between 3 and 7 on other days.


- You're a student, aren't you?

- Yes, I am.

- What are you studying?

- I'm studying medicine.

- Are you taking an examination this year?

- Yes, I am.

- What examination are you taking?

- I'm taking my final examination.


- What are all these people doing here?

- They're eating and drinking.

- What are they eating?

- Some are eating meat, others are eating fish.

- What are they drinking?

- Some are drinking tea, others are drinking coffee.

- Are these people waiting?

- Yes, they are. This is а waiting-room.

- They are waiting for trains, aren't they?

- Yes, they are.

- Are all these people waiting for the fast train?

- No, only some are waiting for the fast train.

Others are waiting for other trains.


- What's this noise?

- Somebody's coming.

- Oh, it's Joan. Hallo, Joan.

- Hallo, everybody.

- Are you coming from town?

- Yes. I am. And I'm bringing something for everybody.

- What is it?

- I'm bringing a pen for Dick, а box for Tom, and

some books for Tony.

- So everybody's getting а fine present.

.- What are you doing here?

- I'm sending a letter to my friends.

And what are you doing?

- I'm sending a cable.

- Where are you sending the cable?

- I'm sending it to my mother.

- Is it a special occasion?

- Yes. Mother's sixty-five today

and I'm sending greetings.


^ LESSON NINE

- Are you living here, Mr. Brand?

- Yes, I'm living in this village.

- You're living in your own house, aren't you?

- Yes, I am. I have a house.

- Is it big?

- No, it isn't big. It has six rooms.

- Have you any children?

- Yes. I have three children.

Each has one room.

- Have you a garden?

- Yes, we have a garden in front of our house.


- You haven't friends in Britain, have you?

- Yes, I have a friend in Scotland.

- Where's he living?

- He's living in the mountains.

- Has he a house there?

- Yes. He has two or three houses in Britain.

He has also a farm in the North.

He's very rich.

- Has he a big family?

- Yes, he has a wife and five children.


- Anne has a sister, hasn't she?

- Yes, she has.

- What's her name?

- Her name's Barbara?

- Is she a nice girl?

- Yes, she's beautiful.

- Is she like Anne?

- No, she isn't like Anne at all.

Anne has blond hair and Barbara has black hair.

- What color eyes has Barbara?

- Barbara has fine blue eyes.

- Hasn't Anne blue eyes, too?

- No, she hasn't. She has brown eyes.


- Have you any interesting things in your town?

- Yes, we have a museum, а gallery…

- What gallery is it?

- It's a picture gallery.

- What else have you?

- We have some very old buildings,

a monument, a fine library.

- You haven't any theatres, have you?

- Yes, we have. We have some very

good actors in our theatre.


- Have you any newspapers?

- Yes, I have some.

- What papers have you?

- I have some English papers.

- What English papers have you?

- I have "The Times" and "The Observer"

- Have you any Polish papers?

- No, I'm afraid. I have no Polish papers

- You have some American papers, haven't you?

- No, I have none.

I have only some English papers.

- Have you any whisky?

- Yes. I have some.

- Have you any sweet wine?

- I'm sorry, I have no wine.

- Have you any beer?

- No, I have none. I have only some whisky.

- What whisky is it?

- Its Scotch whisky.

- That's fine. Scotch whisky is very good.

-Yes, it isn't bad. It's pretty strong.


- Have you any questions, gentlemen?

- Yes, I have a question.

- What's your question?

- Are we discussing this problem now?


- I think we aren't. We have a different plan.

- And we haven't enough time, have we?

- No, we haven't enough time for this problem.


^ LESSON TEN

- Are there any parks in this town?

- Yes, there are some parks in it.

- Are there any old trees in those parks?

- Yes. There are many old trees in them.

- What else is there in them?

- There's grass. There are flowers.

There's also much water.


- What's there for breakfast today?

- There's bread and there's butter.

- What else is there?

- There are eggs. And there's also some ham.

- How much ham is there?

- I'm afraid there's very little ham.

- Are there any cakes?

- Yes, there are some.

- How many cakes are there for me?

- There are three cakes for you.

- What's there to drink?

- There's milk or cocoa.

- Is there much milk?

- No, there isn't very much milk,

but there's enough for.

- Are there any mistakes in this text?

- Yes, I'm afraid there are many.

- What mistakes are they?

- There are many spelling mistakes, and there are

also grammatical mistakes.

- Is the text very difficult?

- No, it isn't very difficult. But it's very long.

- How many pages are there?

- There are about twenty pages.

- Are you going to the theatre with Bill?

- Yes, I'm going with him.

- Are you waiting for him?

- Yes, I'm waiting for him.

- Are your mother and father going with you?

- Yes, they are. And I'm waiting for them, too.

- But there's still much time, isn't there?

- No, there isn't. There is very little time in fact.

- But they're already coming. Here they are.

- Are there any buses to Birmingham in the morning?

- Yes, there are a few.

There's one at 5.33 (five thirty three)

- That's too early.

- There's another bus at 8.20 (eight twenty).

- Is it a direct bus?

- Yes, it is. Is it good for you?

- Yes, I think it's quite good for me.

- Where's your cousin?

- Не is at the station.

- Is anybody coming?

- Yes. His sister's coming.

- She has a small daughter, hasn't she?

- Yes, she's bringing her.

- And he's meeting them at the station, isn't he?

- That's right.


- How many shillings are there in a pound?

- There are twenty shillings in a pound.


- How many shillings are there in a guinea?

- There are twenty one shillings in a guinea.

- How many pints are there in a gallon?

- There are eight pints in a gallon.

- How many feet are there in a yard?

- There are three feet in a yard.

- How many pounds are there in a stone?

- There are fourteen pounds in a stone.


^ LESSON ELEVEN

- Is it fine today or is it raining?


- It's fine but it's cold.

- Is it very cold?

- No, not very cold.

- Is it warm in your room?

- Yes, it's very warm in my room. It's almost hot.

- You can buy this book, can't you?

- No, I can't. I have no money.

- I can give you some.

- Thank you. But may I take money from you?

- Oh, yes. Aren't we good friends?

You should accept my help.

You must take this money.

- What's the time?

It must be rather late.

- It's twenty-five past one.

- It's very late. We must have lunch.

- Can we go home and have lunch there?

- No, we can't.

- Why?

- There's nothing to eat at home.

- Impossible. There must be something.

There always is.

- Yes. Usually there is.

But I'm afraid there isn't anything this time.


- So we must go to a restaurant this time.

- I'm afraid we must.

- Can we go for a walk?

- I'm afraid I can't.

- Why can't you?

- I have no time.

- What are you doing?

- I'm writing a report.

- But you must rest a little.

- You mustn't work so hard.

- I think you're right. But where can we go?

- We may go to the park

or we may walk as far as the bridge.

- But it may rain.

- Yes, it may. And it may be fine too.

- Can you wait for me a little?

- All right. But it mustn't be too long.

- What's the time?

- It's six. No, I'm sorry. It's already ten past six.

- It's late.

- It may be late for you, but it's still early for me.

- It's too late for the theatre anyhow.

- But it's still early enough for the cinema.

- Is it? I'm afraid we may be late for the cinema, too.

- May we? So what can we do?


- You should dress in a few minutes

and we should take taxi.

- There may be no taxis.

- Oh, there must be some at this hour.

- Good morning. Barton speaking.

May I speak to Mr. Jones, please?

- No, I'm sorry, Mr. Jones isn't here now.

- Where can he be now?

- He may be at his club, or he may be at home.

- And when may I find him at his office?

- I think he may come again in the afternoon.

- May I call again in the afternoon?

- Yes, you may call any time.

- Thank you very much.

- Good-bye.

- I should tell Jim about it, shouldn't I?

- No, you shouldn't.

- Why shouldn't I?

- Because it's a secret.

- And you mustn't tell Lucy about it.

- Why mustn't I?

- Because Lucy's still a child and she may

tell everything to her mother.

- Yes, children can't keep secrets.

But we must tell Irene about it, I think.

- Yes, we must. She may help us.

- Oh, she may refuse to help us.

- But she should know about it anyhow.

- Yes, you're right. She should.

- Is this letter from Joe?

- Yes, it is.

- What's he writing?

- He's asking me to send him a book.

- What book is he asking you to send him?


- A book on electronics.

I have it in my library here.

- Are you sending him the book?

- I'm afraid I can't. I must refuse his request.


- Why?

- Because I may not get another copy.

- Is it difficult to get the book?

- Very difficult. It may be quite impossible.


^ LESSON TWELVE

- What day is it today?

- It's Monday.

- No, it can't be Monday.

- Why?

- Because it was Monday yesterday.

- Yes, I'm wrong. I'm sorry. It was Monday yesterday

and it's Tuesday today.

.- How are you today?

- I'm fine. Thank you. And how are you?

- I'm quite well today.

- Thank you. But I was seriously ill last month.

- Seriously ill?

- Yes, I had Asian flue.

I had a temperature. I was very weak.

I was in hospital. But I'm all right today.

- That's fine. I'm very glad.


- Are you a student?

- No, I'm not. But I was still a student a year ago.

- Were you a good student?

- Yes. I was a pretty good student on the whole,

but sometimes I was lazy.

- What was your subject?

- My subject was nuclear physics.


- Were there many students in your faculty?

- No, there weren't many.

I had twenty colleagues.


- Could you also study foreign languages

during your course?

- No, I couldn't. There wasn't enough time for that.

- Are you learning languages now?

- Yes, I'm learning French now.

- It's Wednesday today.

And it will be Thursday tomorrow, won't it?

- Yes, it will. Have you any plans for tomorrow?

-Yes, I have. I'll go to a lecture in the afternoon.

- Who will give the lecture?

- A professor from Oxford will come to give it.

- What lecture will it be?

- It'll be a lecture on English architecture.

- It'll be very interesting.

- Oh, yes. There'll be many people.

- Will you take me to the lecture?

- Of course I will.

- Where were you last April?

- I was in the mountains last April.

- You were there on holiday, weren't you?


- Yes, I was.

-Was the weather very good?

- I can't say that. There were many fine days.

But it was cold and wet on others.


- Could you really rest there?

- Oh, yes, I could rest very well.

- Where will you go on holiday next year?

- I'll go to the seaside next summer.

- What will you do there?

- Oh, I'll do many things there. I'll swim in the sea.

I'll play on the sand. I'll dance in the evening.

- You'll take your car with you, won't you?

- Yes, I will. It'll be very nice.

- Will you be free on Saturday afternoon?

- Yes, I will.

- Will you come to my house?

- Yes, I'll come with pleasure.

- Good. I'll also ask Julia and Jack to come.

- Fine. And what shall we do?

- We may either stay at home and play bridge

or we may go to a dance.


- Good evening Jane.

- Good evening, Andrew.

- How are you today?

- Fine. Thank you. And you?

- Fine. Thank you.

Shall we go and have coffee somewhere?

- Yes. We must. I must tell you so many things.

- Fine. Shall we go to this cafe?

- Good.

- Where shall we sit? Perhaps there, near the window.

- All right, what will you have?

- I'll have coffee and two cakes.

- I'll have the same. Waiter!

- Yes, sir.

- Can we have two coffees and four cakes, please?

- Certainly, sir.

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