Scott: Where is Jane? Patricia: She is in the living room. Scott: What is she doing? Patricia: She is playing the piano. Scott: Where is the car? Patricia: It is in the garage. Scott: Where is the dog? Patricia: The dog is in front of the door. Scott: What is the dog doing? Patricia: The dog is eating.
Husband: Where you are? Wife: I am in the kitchen. Husband: What are you doing? Wife: I am cooking dinner. Husband: Where are Bill and Mary? Wife: They are in the living room. Husband: What are they doing? Wife: They are watching TV. Husband: Where is the cat? Wife: she is in the dining room. Husband: What is she doing? Wife: She is sleeping
Susan: Who is she? Roger: She is my sister. Susan: What's her name? Roger: Her name is Jennifer. Susan: Where is she in this photograph? Roger: She's in Toronto. Susan: What is that building behind her? Roger: She's standing in front of the CN Tower
Scott: Excuse me? Can you tell me the way to the nearest bank? Ann: Yes, it's on Geneva Street. As a matter of fact, I am going that way myself. So if you come with me, I will show you. Scott: Thanks very much. Ann: You are welcome.
Stewart: May I help you? Sera: Yes, please. I am looking for an umbrella. Stewart: What's your favorite color? Sera: It's black. Stewart: Sorry, we have no black umbrella right now. Here is a nice umbrella. Sera: But this umbrella is yellow. Stewart: That's OK. Yellow umbrellas are very popular this year.
Dennis: Are you married? Jane: No, I'm not. I'm single. Dennis: Tell me about your new car. Is it large? Jane: No, it's not. It is small. Dennis: Tell me about the questions in your English book. Are they difficult? Jane: No, they're not. They are easy. Dennis: Tell me about your new neighbors? Are they quiet? Jane: No, they aren't. They are noisy.
Linda: Is Alice young or old? Glen: She is young. Linda: Is Bill tall or short? Glen: He is short. Linda: Is Albert's apartment big or little? Glen: It's small. Linda: Were the last examinations easy or difficult? Glen: They were difficult. Linda: Is Julie married or single? Glen: She is single.
Dave: Hello, Jack. This is Dave. I want to return the book I borrowed from you last night. Will you be at home at about six o'clock? Jack: Yes, I will. I will be cooking dinner. Dave: Oh! Well. Then I won't come over at six. Jack: Why not? Dave: I don't want to disturb you. Jack: Don't worry! You won't disturb me. Dave: OK. I will see you at six.
Ted: My daughter is going to college. Keith: That's great, but it must be expensive. Ted: Yes, but she has a grant. Keith: A grant? What's a grant? Ted: The government is giving her money. Keith: To pay for her education? Ted: That's right. Keith: Does it pay for everything? Ted: No, she has a loan, too. Keith: What's the difference between a loan and a grant? Ted: You have to pay back a loan; a grant is a gift.
John: Would you like to go to a pop concert? Chris: Well, I'd like to... but when is it? John: On Friday evening. Chris: What a pity! I'm busy on Friday. John: Maybe you could change your plans? It's going to be a really great concert. Chris: Maybe I will, I wouldn't want to miss it. John: Great, I'll see you Friday!
Wild: Ah-choo! Smith: God bless you! Wild: Thank you. Smith: Do you have a cold? Wild: Yes, that's why I'm sneezing so much. Smith: I hope you feel better soon. Wild: I get a bad cold every winter. Smith: Are you taking anything for your cold? Wild: I'm taking Contac. Smith: Does it help? Wild: Yes, but it makes me sleepy. Smith: You'd better not drive then!
Phil: What are you looking for? Donald: My jacket. I'm going to the doctor. Phil: Why? What's the problem? Donald: I'm not sure, but I don't feel well. Phil: Do you have a fever? Donald: No, but I have a pain in my chest. Phil: What time is your appointment? Donald: Eleven-thirty. I'm going now. Bye. Phil: Good-bye. I hope it's nothing serious. Donald: Thanks. See you.
Ron: Can you help me, officer? Steve: I'll try. What's the problem? Ron: I can't get into my car. Steve: Where are your keys? Ron: They're in the car. Steve: Don't worry. I can open it. Ron: How can you do that? Steve: With a coat hanger. It's easy. Ron: Where can we get a coat hanger? Steve: There's one in the police car. Wait here. Ron: Thanks a lot! You're very kind
Cab Driver: Hello. Michael: Hello. Cab Driver: Where do you want to go? Michael: 70 Maple Street, please. Cab Driver: 70 Mibble Street. Michael: No, Maple street. Cab Driver: Maple Street...let's see... Is that near St. David Street? Michael: I don't know. I've been here only one week. Cab Driver: Oh, where are you from? Michael: Toronto.
Mike: I hate to get up in the morning. Ray: Me too! What time do you get up? Mike: At six o'clock. Ray: Why do you get up so early? Mike: I have to be at work by seven. Ray: I don't get up until eight. Mike: You're lucky. What do you do? Ray: I own a bookstore. Mike: What time does your store open? Ray: At eight-thirty.
Mel: This heat is killing me! Matthew: Me too! It must be ninety-five degrees. Mel: I would like a cold drink. Matthew: I'll get you one. Mel: Thanks. Mmm. This tastes good! Matthew: It does, jeez, this hot weather makes me lazy. Mel: Me too, get me another drink? Matthew: I guess if you're lazy no one else is allowed to be! Mel: He he he, thanks for understanding!
Gerald: Hey! Hey! Walter: What's wrong? Gerald: There is something wrong with the phone. I'm getting a strange noise. Walter: Are you? I can hear you very clearly. Gerald: Hello! Hello! Walter: This pay phone might be out of order. I'll call you again with another phone.... Walter: Hello! How about now? Is there still a strange noise? Gerald: Yes. Perhaps my phone is out of order. Walter: You should get in touch with the phone company.
Gerald: Hey! What's the matter with the phone?(Handing the receiver to B) Listen to this peculiar noise. Thomas: It doesn't sound like a dial tone. Gerald: It must be out of order. We'd better notify the phone company. Thomas: How do we do that? We can't use the phone. Gerald: Let's go next door and use our neighbour's phone. Thomas: He's always complaining about people. I don't want to ask any favours of him. Gerald: How about across the street? Thomas: I forgot about Mrs. Riley! I'm sure she'd let us use her phone.
Henry: Does it take long to get a visa? Mr. Chandler: It depends on the season. Anywhere from one month to two months. Henry: What do I need to do? Mr. Chandler: Fill out an application form and wait. Henry: Will there be a long waiting period? Mr. Chandler: Not if you don't run into any government delays.
Mr Orwell: Well, this woman may be suitable for the job. But is she energetic enough? Mr Bays: Yes, she certainly seems to have lots of energy. Mr Orwell: Mm. She's got to be ambitious too. Is she? Mr Bays: Yes, she has plenty of ambition. Mr Orwell: And we really need a flexible sort of person. Do you think she is? Mr Bays: Mm. She seems to be determined enough, but she's a little tough. Mr. Orwell: Well I guess we will give her a try, and see how she works out!
Harry: What are you so happy about? You're grinning from ear to ear. Gill: Sandy and I are going to go out this weekend. Harry: Oh, yeah? That's fast work. That's great! Which night are you going to see her-- Friday or Saturday? Gill: On Friday. She isn't going to be in town on Saturday and Sunday. She's going to visit a friend in Quebec. Harry: What are you going to do on Friday? Gill: I don't know yet. Do you have any ideas? Harry: How about taking her out to a Chinese restaurant? I've heard that she likes Chinese food. Gill: That's a great idea. Harry: What are you going to wear on your date? Gill: I am going to wear my new suit. Harry: That's too formal. Wear your jeans and a T-shirt. Gill: How about your sports jacket? Are you going to wear it Friday night? Harry: No, I am not. Go ahead and wear it.
Richard: Hi, how are you? You look tired. Did you sleep okay last night? Dave: No, I didn't. Richard: Why? What did you do yesterday? Dave: I went to a nightclub last night and danced all night. Richard: Oh, yeah? Did you have a good time? Dave: I had a wonderful time, but I'm beat today. Richard: What time did you leave the nightclub? Dave: I left at about 3:00 a.m. Richard: I'm not surprised that you're tired. Which nightclub did you go to? Dave: Fantastic. It's on Ontario Street. It's really nice.
Henry: Do I check in here for Air Canada to Mexico? Mr. Silver: Do you already have your ticket? Henry: Yes. Here you are. Mr. Silver: Thank you. Can you put your luggage up here, please? Henry: Sure, I have three suitcases. Mr. Silver: We allow only two pieces. You'll have to pay an extra charge. Henry: Oh! Can I carry this one with me? Mr. Silver: No, I'm sorry. It won't fit under your seat. That's $45.00. Henry: Here you are. Mr. Silver: Thank you. You can choose your seat. A window seat or aisle seat? Henry: I'd like a window seat, please. Mr. Silver: Fine. Seat 15A. Here's your ticket and your boarding pass. Enjoy your flight!
Customs Officer: Good morning. Can I see your passport? Clark: Certainly. Here it is. C. O.: Yes, that's all right. Have you got anything to declare? Clark: Yes, I have. I've got some whisky and some cigarettes. C. O.: How much whisky have you got? Clark: A litre. C.O: That's all right. And how many cigarettes have you got? Clark: Two hundred. C.O.: Fine. What about perfume? Clark: Er...No, I haven't. C.O.: Good. Open your case, please. Clark: Pardon? C.O.: Open your case, please. Open it now! Oh, dear! Look at this! You've got three bottles of whisky, four hundred cigarettes and a lot of perfume! Clark: Does that mean I can't go?
Mr Palmer: Well, hello, Mr Wallace. You seem unusually happy today. Mr Wallace: I just became a father! Mr Palmer: Congratulations. A boy or a girl? Mr Wallace: You never saw such a cute girl. Nine pounds, three ounces...and as cute as a button. Mr Palmer: Doesn't this call for cigars? Mr Wallace: Oh, yes. I forgot about the cigars. Here, have one. Mr Palmer: Thank you. How is your wife? Mr Wallace: She's just fine.
Nancy: Where are you going? Maggie: To Canada. Nancy: Why are you going there? Maggie: I'm going to learn English; there is a school there that has an excellent program. Nancy: Is learning English going to be difficult? Maggie: Yes. I have to study and practice a lot. Nancy: Where is your school? Maggie: It's in a town called St.Catharines. In Ontario. Nancy: I'm jealous, I'll bet you're excited. Maggie: Yes, but I'm also really nervous.
Debbie: Where's Kevin? Tania: He's in front of the house. Debbie: What is he doing? Tania: Washing his car. Debbie: Not again? Tania: Yes, he takes good care of his car. Debbie: But he never cleans his room. Tania: I know. It's always dirty. Debbie: And nothing is in order. Tania: You're right. His room is a mess. Debbie: Maybe he should move into his car!
Jamie: This is a big menu. Katy: Yeah, what are you getting? Jamie: Chicken, peas, and baked potatoes. Katy: I don't know what to get. Jamie: They have very good turkey. Katy: I had turkey yesterday. Jamie: How about steak? Katy: Perfect. I'll get steak and mashed potatoes. Jamie: What vegetable are you getting? Katy: I'm not getting any. I don't like vegetables.
سلام.اینجانب یحیی عسکرزاده با هدف ارتقای سطح علمی و ایجاد ارتباط با دوستان در فضای مجازی تارنمای " مرکز آموزش زبان انگلیسی " را راه اندازی کرده ام. امیدوارم با همکاری و کمک دوستان و زبان دوستان بتونم مطالب مفیدی براتون قرار بدم.