Trong bài này chúng ta học các mô tả người như tên người đó, cá tính, nghề nghiệp và nơi làm việc hoặc các sự việc mà người đó đang thể hiện như nói chuyện, cách ăn mặc…
P = Peter M = Mary
P: Gosh! All these people, and I don’t know any of them!
M: Don’t worry! First things first. What would you like to drink?
P: A glass of wine, please. Thank you. Could you tell me one or two names?
M: Of course. Right. Can you see that man over there, sitting at the table? His name’s Paul and he’s really nice. He’s a musician and he works in LA.
P: Sorry, where?
M: Los Angeles.
P: Uh huh.
M: And he’s talking to Kathy. She’s on the other side of the table. She’s wearing a red and white T-shirt. Kathy’s very interesting. She has an art gallery in London, she’s incredible rich, and she lives in a beautiful house. Married, unfortunately for you.
M: And then on Kathy’s right there’s Suzie. She’s drinking some wine. She’s one of my oldest friends. We were at school together.
P: And what does she do?
M: She’s writer, actually.
P: Oh! What does she write?
M: She writes children stories. Not very successful ones, but never mind. Now, she’s talking to Alex. Alex is smoking a cigar, and Alex travels all over the world. He’s a film producer.
P: And who are the children?
M: They’re Suzie’s girls, Laura and Ellie. They go to St Mary’s School. Do you know it?
P: Yes, I do.
M: And they’re eating crisp and dropping them all over the carpet, aren’t you?
A: Excuse me! Is this your ball?
B: No, it isn’t mine. It’s his.
A: Is this yours?
C: No, it isn’t mine. It’s hers.
A Excuse me! Is this your ball?
D No, it isn’t mine. I think it’s theirs.
A: Hello. Is this yours?
F: No, it isn’t ours. It’s the dog’s!
a- Who’s on the phone?
b- I’m going to the pub. Who’s coming?
c- There’s a ten pound note here. Whose is it?
d- This is a good book. Who’s reading it?
e- Wow! Look at that sports car. Whose is it?
f- I found these on the floor. Whose clothes are they?
g- Who’s that standing near the door? That man with glasses.
h- Who’s your favourite football team?
bread head steak wake lamb
ham lose shoes sign wine
half laugh soap hope when
again near beer suit boot
wait late heart part meat
feet dead said hair wear
war door ball Paul list kissed
Wonderful tonight by Eric Clapton
It’s late in the evening
She’s wondering what clothes to wear.
She puts on her make up,
Then brushes her long blond hair.
And then she ask me,
‘Do I look all right?’
And I say ‘Yes, You look wonderful tonight.’
We go to a party
And everyone turns to see
This beautiful lady
That’s walking around with me.
And then she asks me,
‘Do you feel all right?’
And I say ‘Yes, I feel wonderful tonight.’
I feel wonderful
Because I see
The lovelight in your eyes.
And the wonder of it all
Is that you just don’t realize
How much I love you.
It’s time to go home now
And I’ve got an aching head.
So I give her the car keys,
She helps me to bed.
And then I tell her
As I turn out the light,
I say ‘My darling, You were wonderful tonight.’
A Can I help you?
B No, thanks. I’m just looking.
A: Can I help you?
B: Yes, I’m looking for a jumper.
A: What colour are you looking for?
A: What size are you?
A: What about this one?
B: No, I don’t like the colour.
A: This one’s a bit darker.
B: Mm, that’s nice.
B: Can I try it on?
A: Yes, the changing rooms are over there.
A: Is it the right size?
B: It’s a bit too big.
A: Is it the right size?
B: Yes, it feels fine.
B: Have you got something bigger?
A: That’s the last we’ve got, I’m afraid.
B: I’ll leave it, thanks.
B: How much is it?
A: ? 19.99.
B: I’ll have it, please.
A: Thank you. How would you like to pay?
B: By credit card.