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ENGLISH IS FUN Whats your name? VOCABULARY PHRASES Come in. Excuse me. Good afternoon. Good evening.

Good morning . Thank you. wrong number WORDS a to be conversation goodbye greetings hello hotel I it man Miss Mr

Mrs my name no not number oh party phrase please Sir sorry

summary telephone that the this vocabulary what who word yes you your

CONVERSATION THE HOTEL Jane: Good evening, Sir. Whats your name, please? Sam: My names Smith. Mr Smith. Jane: Thank you, Mr Smith. Sam: Whats your name? Jane: Jane. My names Jane. Sam: Yes. Jane. My names Sam. Jane: Thank you Mr Smith. GREETINGS Good morning. Good afternoon. Good evening. Goodbye. WHATS YOUR NAME? Whats (what is) your name? My names (name is) Smith. Sam Smith. MR/MRS/MISS Sam SMITH = Mr Smith Jane BLACK Miss Black Mary BROWN Mrs Brown Francis MATTHEWS Mr Matthews CONVERSATION A PARTY Mary: Good evening. Francis: Excuse me. Are you Mary Brown? Mary: Yes, Im Mary Brown. Are you Sam Smith? Francis: No. Im not. Im not Sam Smith. Im Francis Matthews. Mary: Oh, sorry, Francis. Come in. Sam: Hello. Im Sam Smith. Mary: Hello, Sam. Come in.

ARE YOU MARY BROWN? A Hello. Excuse me, are you Mary Brown? B Yes, Im (I am) Mary Brown. No, Im (I am) not. A Im sorry. Sorry. NUMBERS 1 10 1 one 2 two 6 six 7 seven 0o 3 three 8 eight 4 four 9 nine 5 five 10 ten

CONVERSATION THE TELEPHONE Jane: 604 1528. Hello? Man: Is that 604 1529? Jane: No. This is 604 1528. Man: Sorry. Wrong number. Goodbye. THE TELEPHONE A Is that 604 1529? B No. This is 604 1528. A Oh, sorry. Goodbye. SUMMARY TO BE I am............................... You are......................... Are you........................? I am not....................... WHAT?/WHO? What is......................? My name is................ . THIS/THAT Is that..............................? This is..............................

Jane: 604 1528. Hello? Francis: Is that Jane? Jane: Yes. Whos that? Francis: Its Francis.

B Whos (who is) that? C Its (It is) Francis.

Im............................ Im Sam Smith. Youre....................... Youre Jane Black. Are you Sam Smith? Yes. Im Sam Smith. Im not....................... No. Im not Sam Smith. Whats.......................? My names................... Whats your name? My names Smith. Sam Smith.

Is that 604 1529? No. This is 604 1528.

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VOCABULARY
PHRASES How are you? How do you do? Telephone number WORDS address alphabet and boyfriend brother family father fine girlfriend mother he her his how husband introduction London

road she sister to spell thanks to think wife

CONVERSATION INTRODUCTION Francis: Hello, Jane. How are you? Jane: Hello, I'm fine, thanks, Francis. Francis: Jane, this is Bill. Jane: Hello, Bill. Bill: Hello, Jane. Mr. Robinson: Francis: Mr. Robinson: Francis: Mrs. Robinson: How do you do? I'm George Robinson. How do you do, Mr. Robinson? I'm Francis Matthews. And this is my wife. How do you do, Mrs. Robinson? How do you do?

HELLO, HOW ARE YOU? A Hello. How are you? B I'm fine, thanks. How are you? HOW DO YOU DO? A Jane, this is Bill. Bill, this is Jane. B How do you do? D How do you do? Francis: Sam: Francis: Sam: Francis: Sam: CONVERSATION Who's that? That's Barbara. Is she your sister? No. No, she isn't my sister. She is your girlfriend! No. A Is she your sister? B No, she isn't (is not) my sister. A (I think) she's your girlfriend. B Hello, I'm Bill. C Hello, Bill, I'm Jane.

THAT'S BARBARA A Who's that? B That's (that is Barbara).

MY FAMILY My mother, my father, my sister, my brother, my wife, my husband. His mother, his father, his sister, his brother. Her mother, her father, her sister, her brother. A [ei] K [kei] u [ju:] THE ALFABET b c [bi:] [si:] l m [el] [em] V w [vi:] ['d blju:] d [di:] n [en] x [eks] e [i:] o [ u] y [wai] f [ef] p [pi:] z [zed] g [d i:] q [kju:] h [eit ] r [a:] I [ai] s [es] j [d ei] t [ti:]

CONVERSATION NAME, ADDRESS, TELEPHONE NUMBER Father: Your boyfriend. What's his name? Kathy: Francis Matthews. Father: What's his address? Kathy: 7, London Road, London S. W. 18 Father: What's his telephone number? Kathy: 3148411. Father: And his name? How do you spell it? Kathy: F-R-A-N-C-I-S M-A-T-T-H-E-W-S. Father: Hello? Is that Francis Matthews? NUMBERS 11-20 11 ELEVEN, 12 TWELWE, 13 THIRTEEN, 14 FOURTEEN, 15 FIFTEEN, 16 SIXTEEN, 17 SEVENTEEN, 18 EIGHTEEN, 19 NINETEEN, 20 TWENTY. WHAT'S HIS NAME? What's his name please? How do you spell it? What's his address? What's his telephone number? Francis Matthews, 7 London Road, London S.W.18 3148411 Summary Iam =I'm You are =You're He is = He's She is = She's It is = It's Am I Are you? Is he? Is she? Is it? I'm not = I am not You arent = You are not He isn't = He is not She isn't = She is not It isn't = It is not HOW? How are you? I'm fine. How do you do? How do you do? How do you spell it? F-R-A-N-C-I-S. MY/YOUR/HER

(I) (You) (He) (She)

my Your His Her

My brother Your name His wife Her husband THIS/THAT

This is Bill That's Barbara. THIS = acesta, aceasta (indica apropierea) THAT = acela, aceea(indica departarea) TO BE (a fi) afirmativ Forma lunga I am You are He is She is It is We are You are They are TO BE negativ Forma lunga I am not You are not. He is not. She is not. It is not. We are not. You are not. They are not. TO BE interogativ Forma lunga Am I? Are you? Is he? Is she? Is it? Are we? Are you? Are they?

Forma scurta Im Youre Hes Shes Its Were Youre Theyre

Rom. Eu sunt. Tu esti. El este. Ea este. El/Ea este. Noi suntem. Voi sunteti. Ei/Ele sunt.

Forma scurta Im not Youre not/You arent Hes not/He isnt Shes not./She isnt. Its not./It isnt. Were not./We arent. Youre not./You arent. Theyre not./They arent.

Rom Eu nu sunt. Tu nu esti. El nu este. Ea nu este. El/Ea nu este. Noi nu suntem. Voi nu sunteti. Ei/Ele nu sunt. Rom. Sunt (eu)? Esti (tu)? Este (el)? Este (ea)? Este (el/ea)? Suntem (noi)? Sunteti (voi)? Sunt (ei)?

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VOCABULARY PHRASES Can I...? Of course. Just a moment. Shall I...? Will you...? Would you...? WORDS door entrance entry exit to follow to go in to go out to help here luggage madam me to open to park parking porter room to stay to take we

CONVERSATION Porter: Mr Williams: Mrs Williams: Porter: Can I help you? Sir? Madam? Yes. Mr Williams. And Mrs Williams. Just a moment, please. Yes, of course. Room 8. Can I take your luggage? Mr Williams: Yes please. B Yes, please. Just a moment, please. Can you take this, please?

CAN I ...? A help you? Can I take your luggage? CONVERSATION

Porter: Can I take your luggage, Sir? Mr Williams: Yes, please. Will you take that? Porter: Yes, Sir. Shall I take this? Mr Williams: No. Dont take that, please. Porter: Yes, Sir. Would you follow me, please? WILL YOU TAKE THAT?/DONT TAKE THAT A Can I take your luggage? Shall I take this? Would you follow me, please? B Will you take that? Dont (do not) take that. CONVERSATION A Can I park here? B No, you cant. CAN I...? C Can I help you? D No, thank you. E F E F Can I come in? Arthur, yes, of course. Can I sit here? Yes.

YOU CAN You can park here. You cant (cannot) park here. SUMMARY CAN/CANT I You He She can CANNOT) It We You They ME/YOU (I) (You) Me You

YOU CANT You can go in here. You cant (cannot) go in here. You can go out here. You cant (cannot) go out here.

I? you? he? she? Can it? we? you? they?

I You He She cant It We You They (CANT =

Can you help me? Can I help you?

PARK HERE/DONT PARK HERE Park here. Take that. SHALL I...? park here? Shall I take this? go in here? WILL YOU...?/WOULD YOU...? take that? Will you go in here? Would you park here? CAN Afirmativ I can You can Eu pot Tu poti negativ Forma lunga Forma scurta I cannot I cant You cannot You cant interogativ Can I? Can you? take that, please? follow me, please? park here, please? Dont park here. (DONT = DO NOT) Dont take that.

He/She can It can We can You can They can

El/Ea poate He/She cannot El/Ea poate It cannot Noi putem We cannot Voi puteti You cannot Ei pot They cannot

He/She cant It cant We cant You cant They cant

Can he/she? Can it? Can we? Can you? Can they?

ME pe mine, ma YOU pe tine, tie Poti sa ma ajuti? Ajuta-ma ! I park You park. He/She park We park. You park. They park. Help me! Eu parchez. Tu parchezi. El/Ea parcheaza. Noi parcam. Voi parcati. Ei parcheaza. Can you help me?

He/She misses. (El/Ea rateaza.) He/She boxes. (El/Ea loveste.) He/She washes. (El/Ea spala.) He/She punches. (El/Ea loveste cu pumnul.) He/She watches. (El/Ea priveste.) He/She goes. (El/Ea merge.) Try - he/she/it tries [s] dupa consoane -He parks. [-z] dupa consoane sonorte si vocale - He goes. [-iz] dupa consoane (sh, tch, ch etc.) Park here Dont park here. Left, right, straight ahead VOCABULARY PHRASES On the left On the right Next to Over there Straight ahead Thank you very much. There is This way WORDS bank corner in to know to look at Map market near/nearest north on one opposite park policeman police station post office street there west where woman

CONVERSATION Woman: Can you help me, please?

Policeman: Woman: Policeman: Woman:

Yes, of course. Where's the park? The park? It's over there. On the left. Thank you very much. WHERE?

Exuse me, wheres (where is) the park? police station? Grand Hotel? post office? bank? Market Street?

Its over there here there that way straight ahead.

On the left right

THE The park, the police station, the Grand Hotel, Market Street, the bank, the post office. !!! THE bank Market Street THE park London Street CONVERSATION Man: Good morning. Policeman: Good morning, Sir. Can Ihelp you? Man: Yes, please. Wheres the nearest post office? Policeman: Look at this map. Theres a post office in North Street. And theres one in West street and one in Market Street, and. Man: Wheres the nearest one? Policeman: Yes. The nearest post office is in Market Street. Look at this map. THERES A / THERES ONE Theres a post office in North Street. Theres a post office in West Street. Theres a post office in Market Street. Theres a post office in North Street, and theres one in West Street, and theres one in Market Street. The nearest post office is in Market Street. THE / A A Wheres the park, please? nearest post office, please? B Theres a post office in Market Street one CONVERSATION Wife: Excuse me. Can you help me? Wheres the Grand Hotel, please? Man: The Grand Hotel? Im sorry, I dont know. Husband: Excuse me. Wheres the Grand Hotel, please? Woman: Its near here. Its in North Street. No, it isnt in North Street. I think its in Market Street. Wife: Thank you very much. Policeman: Can I help you? Husband: Yes. Wheres the Grand Hotel? Policeman: Its near here. Its in Market Street.

First Second Third Fourth Fifth

(1 st) (2 nd) (3 rd) (4 th) (5 th)

FIRST, SECOND, THIRD, FOURTH, FIFTH New Street is first right. Green Street is second right. Long Street is third left. West Street is fourth left. Hill Street is fifth right. ON THE CORNER OF / OPPOSITE on the corner of Market Street and North Street. next to the post office. opposite the bank. Summary

The Grand Hotel: its

Where
Wheres? Wheres? Wheres the post office? Wheres the nearest post office? THERES Theres Theres

Theres a post office in North Street.

ON / IN / OVER / NEAR / NEXT TO / OPPOSITE / ON THE CORNER OF Wheres the nearest post office? Its OVER there. ON the left. IN Market Street. NEAR here. NEXT TO bank. OPPOSITE the hotel. ON THE CORNER OF North Street and Market Street. Wheres the nearest bank? I THINK / I DONT KNOW Its in Market Street. I think. I think its in Market Street. I dont (do not) know. I dont take. You dont take. He/She/It doesnt take. We dont take. You dont take. They dont take.

TAKE I do not take. You do not take. He/She/It does not take. We do not take. You do not take. They do not take. TAKE Do I take? Do you take? Does he/she/it take? Do we take? Do you take? Do they take?

VOCABULARY PHRASES Shes in. WORDS airport at bed Buckingham Palace cinema England friend home hospital house meeting of our receptionist school south theatre their they Tower of London town visitor work

CONVERSATION Receptionist: Grand Hotel. Good morning. Can I help you? John: Yes. Is Mr Jones there, please? Receptionist: Mr Jones? No, he isnt here. I think hes at London Airport. Receptionist: Good morning. Sam: Good morning. Can you help me? Is Miss Brown here at the hotel? Receptionist: Miss Brown? Yes, Shes here. Room 301. AT A Mr Jones? Wheres (where is) Miss Brown? IS HE THERE? A Is Mr Jones there, please? CONVERSATION Visitor: Is Miss Brown in, please? Receptionist: I dont know, madam. Just a moment, please. Im sorry. She isnt in her room. Visitor: Thank you. Visitor: Is Mr Black in the hotel? Receptionist: No. Hes not in his room. Visitor: Where is he? Receprionist: I dont know. Oh, yes, Hes gone to the cinema. Yes, Hes at the cinema. IN his room. bed. Hes in town. hospital. England. B Yes, hes here. No, he isnt here. I think hes B Shes at London Airport. the hotel.

IS MISS BROWN IN? A Is Mr Black in the hotel? Miss Brown in, please? B She isnt (is not) in Hes not (is not) her room. his

!
at Bills

Shes not = She isnt

AT/GONE TO at a party. gone to CONVERSATION Francis: Bob: Francis: Bob: Francis: Bob: Francis: Bob: Bob, where are you? London. Where in London? Im in South Street. Then at Victoria Station. Yes. Then, at the Tower of London, then at Buckingham Palace, then at London Airport. Then where? Home? Kathys gone to work.

AT at work school home cinema at the theatre his girlfriends at a party meeting friends

Hes at his girlfriends. (at the house of his girlfriend) Hes at a friends. (at the house of a friend)

MY/YOUR/HIS/HER/OUR/YOUR/THEIR Im at MY brothers Youre at YOUR Hes at HIS Shes at HER Were OUR Youre at YOUR Theyre at THEIR AT/IN/GONE TO Hes at the cinema. Wheres Mr Jones? Hes in his room.

Hes gone to the cinema.

VOCABULARY PHRASES Whats the time? Its ten oclock. on (Monday) twelve) day every for Friday girl half hour CONVERSATION Francis: Policeman: Francis: Policeman: Francis: Policeman: Can you help me? Yes, Sir. Whats the time? Its ten oclock. Ten oclock? Yes, its ten oclock. next now past quarter Saturday shop assistant station train Tuesday Wednesday week when WORDS to arrive at (at ten oclock) to close closed to leave to leave for (London) minute Monday Sunday Thursday time to (a quarter

to

NUMBERS 21 30 21 twenty one 25 twenty five 29 twenty nine 22 twenty two 26 twenty six 30 thirty 23 twenty three 27 twenty seven 24 twenty - four 28 twenty eight

WHATS THE TIME? Its five oclock. Its quarter past five. Its five fifteen. NUMBERS 20 100 20 twenty 50 fifty 80 eighty CONVERSATION Woman: Are you open? 30 thirty 60 sixty 90 ninety 40 forty 70 seventy 100 a hundred Its half past five. Its five thirty. Its quarter to six. Its five forty five.

Shop assistant: No, were closed. Sorry. We close at 5.30 on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. And we close at 12.30 on Wednesday and Saturday. And were closed on Sunday. We open at 9.15 every day. OPEN/ CLOSED A Are you open? No. Sorry, were closed. nine fifteen open We close twelve thirty DAYS OF THE WEEK Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday at five thirty on Wednesday and Saturday. Monday. B Yes, we are.

CONVERSATION

AT THE STATION

Man: When do the trains leave for London, please? Porter: Trains for London, Sir? They leave at ten minutes past every hour, and twenty minutes to every hour. Man: Ten past and twenty to. Girl: And when do they arrive in London? Porter: They arrive in London at five minutes to every hour and twenty five minutes past every hour. This train will leave at ten ten and itll arrive in London at ten fifty five. Man: ...arrive in London at ten fifty five. Thank you. Porter: And the next train will leave at ten forty. TRAIN/TRAINS One train two train + s two trains One minute two minute + s two minutes A When do the trains leave for London? arrive in WHEN WILL THE TRAIN LEAVE? Its ten oclock now. This train will 10.10 The next leave at Itll (it will) 10.40. Twenty to. B Ten minutes past.

WHEN DO YOU CLOSE? When do you close? When do the trains leave? WILL When will this train leave? When will the next train leave? We close at twelve thirty. They leave at ten past. This train will leave at ten ten. Itll (it will) arrive in London at ten fifty five. Itll leave at ten forty.

FOR/TO/PAST/EVERY When do the trains leave FOR London? Trains FOR London leave at ten oclock. Trains leave at ten PAST EVERY hour and twenty TO EVERY hour. Trains leave at ten PAST and twenty TO. What is the time? Do you have the time? Tell me the time, please! si se raspunde prin It is (Its...) Pluralul train trains address addresses push pushes box boxes party - parties wife wives dar: belief beliefs chief chiefs cliff cliffs Pluralul neregulat: child children ox oxen man men woman women VOCABULARY PHRASES Bottle of wine Customs officer Here are Here is Well done!

bus subes lunch lunches watch watches tomato - tomatoes proof proofs roof roofs goose geese tooth teeth mouse mice louse lice WORDS meter old or plural question quiz quizmaster red river singular soap suitcase

about Big Ben black blue bottle cigarette grass green high kilometer long member

the Thames these those tourist tree to wait welcome white wine year yellow

Customs officer: Tourist: Customs officer: Tourist: Customs officer: Tourist: Customs officer: Tourist: Customs officer: Tourist: Customs officer: Tourist: A Whats this?

CONVERSATION Is this your suitcase? Yes, it is. And is this your suitcase? Yes it is. Would you open this one, please? Yes. Excuse me. Whats this? Its a bottle. A bottle of wine. And this? Whats this? Its soap. And these? What are these? Theyre cigarettes. WHATS THIS? / WHAT ARE THESE? B Its a bottle of wine. wine. B Theyre cigarettes. IS THIS YOUR? A Is this your suitcase? B Yes, it is.

A What are these?

CONVERSATION Woman: Whats that? Man: Its a river. Woman: Is that a river? Man: No, it isnt. Thats a road. Woman: Is that grass? Man: Yes, it is. Its green. Woman: What are those? There. Man: Those are trees, I think. Wait a moment. Yes, theyre trees. Woman: And thats a house. And those are houses. And those. Man: And thats a road. Straight ahead. This way. A Whats that? B What are those? WHATS THAT? / WHAT ARE THOSE? B Thats a river. B Those are houses.

SINGULAR-TREE / PLURAL-TREES A hotel a bank a house Hotels banks houses CONVERSATION THE LONDON QUIZ Quiz master: Hello, and welcome to London quiz. Yes, a quiz about London. Here are six questions about London and this is question one. Question one. Whats this? 1 st and 2 nd members: Its the Tower of London. Quiz master: Yes, and question two is How old is the Tower of London? Is it 500 years old? Is it 700 years old or is it 900 years old? 1 st member: 900.

Quiz master: Yes. Yes, the Tower of London is 900 years old. Right. Question three. Whats this? 3 rd member: The river Thames. Quiz master: Yes. Heres question four. How long is the River Thames? Is it 238 kilometers long? Or is it 338 kilometers long? Or is it 438 kilometers long? 1 st member: I dont know. 2 nd member: I think its 338 kilometers long. Quiz master: Yes, it is. Heres question five. Whats this? ! st member: Is that Buckingham Palace? Quiz master: No, it isnt. 2 nd member: Is it Big Ben? Quiz master: Yes, it is. And question six is How high is Big Ben? Is it 78 meters high? Is it 88 meters high? Or is it 98 meters high? 3 rd member: 88? Quiz master: No. It isnt 88 meters high. 2 nd member: 98? Quiz master: Yes, well done! Big Ben is 98 meters high. A How high is it? old long HOW HIGH / OLD / LONG B Its 78 metres high. 500 years old. 338 kilometres long. COLOURS White; blue; red; yellow; black. Summary Whats this? What are these? Whats that? What are those? Is that a river? Are thouse houses? Is this your suitcase? Are these cigarettes? Whats this? THIS / THAT / THESE / THOSE Its a bottle of wine. Its soap. Theyre cigarettes. Its grass. Its a river. Theyre houses. Yes it is. Yes they are. Yes, it is. Yes, they are. No, it isnt. No, they arent. No, it isnt. No, they arent.

A BOTTLE OF WINE / WINE Its a bottle of wine. Its wine. Its a river. Its grass.

HOW HIGH / LONG / OLD How high is it? Its a 78 meters high. How long is it? Its 238 kilometers long. How old is it? Its 900 years old.

VOCABULARY PHRASES at all (I dont like it at all.) not bad (television) very much (I like it very much.) What do you think of it? WORDS beer big chair coffee film good to like nice to prefer quite small tea table TV very to watch well which

CONVERSATION LIKE/DONT LIKE LIKE Not bad. I like it. I like it very much. Its nice. Its very nice. CONVERSATION Man: Come in. Welcome to our new house. Woman: What do you think of it? Mother: I think its very nice. I like the chairs. Father: I dont. I dont like small chairs. Woman: What do you think of that table? Mother: I like it. Its a nice table. Father: Im sorry. I dont like it. I dont like small tables. Man: Coffee or tea? Which do you prefer? Father: I dont like tea. Mother: We prefer coffee. I LIKE.../I DONT LIKE... chairs. big I like coffee. tables. I dont like tea. small tables. chairs. DONT LIKE Well... I dont (do not) like it. I dont like it at all.

I PREFER.../WHICH DO YOU PREFER? What do you think of that table? Do you like this one? A Coffee or tea? Which do you prefer? B I prefer tea.

CONVERSATION Woman: Shall we go to the cinema? Look! Marilyn Monroe! Father: Marilyn Monroe! Ah! Mother: Its an old film. Father: But its a very good film. Woman: Its not bad, mother. Man: Yes, Marilyn Monroe is very good. Mother: No. I dont like old films. And I dont like Marilyn Monroe. Woman: Shall we watch TV? A GOOD FILM A good film. An old film. A very good film. Quite good. Its not bad. SUMMARY TO LIKE I like it. I dont (do not) like it. You like it. You dont like it. WHAT? What do you think of it? GOOD/MUCH/AT ALL Its quite good. Its good. GOOD/NICE Its good. The film is good. Its a good film. Theyre good films. I like it. I like it very much. Its nice. The chairs nice. Its a nice chair. Theyre nice chairs. I dont like it. I dont like it at all.

Do I like it? Do you like it?

The dress is long. The film is interesting. My dress is longer than your dress. This film is more interesting than that film. My dress is as long as your dress. This film is as interesting as that film. My dress is less long than your dress. This film is less interesting than that film. This film is the most interesting I have ever seen. This dress is very long. This film is very interesting.

VOCABULARY PHRASES Here you are A table for two Are there? Is there?

WORDS an any bread directions fish garage German

to have to Italian orange pen restaurant salad shop

so some steak sugar us waiter

CONVERSATION IN A RESTAURANT Waiter: Good evening, Sir, Madam. Man: Good evening. Have you got a table for two? Waiter: A table for two? Of course, Sir. This way, please. Man: Waiter! Waiter: Yes,Sir? Man: One fish, one steak, two salads. Waiter: One fish, one steak, two salads. Woman: Have you got any German wine? Waiter: German wine? No, Im sorry, Madam. We havent got any German wine. Weve got some Italian wine. Woman: Oh, yes. I like Italian wine. Do you? Man: Yes,I do. So a bottle of wine, Italian wine. One fish, one steak, two salads. A B HAVE YOU GOT? / SOME / ANY? Have you got a table for two? any German wine? We havent (have not) got any German wine. Weve (we have) got some Italian wine.

CONVERSATION
Waiter: Man: Waiter: Man: Waiter: Man: Waiter:

IN A RESTAURANT

Excuse me, Sir. Have you got a pen? Yes, here you are. A bottle of Italian wine, one fish, one steak, two salads. Thank you, Sir. Waiter! Sir? Youve got my pen. Oh, sorry, Sir. Yes. A / AN / SOME PLURAL SOME cigarettes some oranges pens

SINGULAR -A / AN a cigarette an orange a pen SINGULAR SOME sugar bread

some wine beer CONVERSATION Waiter: Man: Waiter: Man: DIRECTIONS

Good evening, Sir. Can I help you? Yes. Is there a garage near here? Yes. Theres a garage in North Street. Straight ahead. On the left. Thank you.

Waiter: Good evening, Sir, Madam. A table for two? Woman: No, thank you. Can you help us? Are there any hotels near here? Waiter: Yes. There are some hotels in this street. The nearest hotel is next to the bank. Woman: Thank you. IS THERE A ...?/ ARE THERE ANY...? YES A Is there a garage near here? Are there any garages near here? B Theres a garage in North Street. There are some garages in Market Street. THERE ARENT ANY.../THERE ARE SOME... A Are there any shops B No. There arent any shops West but there are some in Market TO HAVE GOT Afirmativ Forma scurta Ive Youve Weve Youve Theyve got Hes Shes Its Forma lunga (I have got) (You have got) (We have got) (You have got) (They have got) (He has got) (She has got) (It has got) Street. hotels in North Street hotels in North Street? B Yes, there is. Yes, there are.

Interogativ Forma scurta I you Have we you they he Has she it I you we you they he she it

Negativ Forma lunga (Ihave not got) (You have not got) (We have not got) (You have not got) (They have not got) (He has not got) (She has not got) (It has not got)

havent got hasnt

got?

A/ SOME/ ANY Ive got a pen, a bottle of wine. some wine, sugar, tea. some cigarettes, pens. WORDS always bathroom but to come to do to listen never to sit a pen, a bottle of wine. I havent got any wine, sugar, tea. any cigarettes, pens.

VOCABULARY PHRASES to have a bath to have a shower on holiday Please do. Thats right. CONVERSATION

THE LONDON QUIZ

Quizmaster: Hello. And welcome to What are they doing? Members: Hello. Quizmaster: Now. Listen. Theres a girl. Whats she doing? 1 st member: I dont know. Quizmaster: Well, where is she? 2 nd member: Shes in the bathroom. Quizmaster: Yes, she is. But what is she doing? 2 nd member: Shes having a shower. Quizmaster: No, she isnt. She isnt having a shower. 3 rd member: Shes having a bath. Quizmaster: Yes. Thats right. Shes having a bath. WHATS SHE DOING? SHES... A Whats (what is) she doing? What are they doing? CONVERSATION B Shes (she is) having a shower. A No, she isnt (is not) having a shower. ON HOLIDAY

Brian: Jane: Brian: Jane:

Hello. Can I sit here? Yes. Please do. Do you like Bringhton? I dont think is very nice. And my father doesnt like it. But my mother likes it. We always come here. Brian: Always? Jane: Yes. We come here every year. PLEASE DO A Can I sit here? come in? have a cigarette? B Yes, please do.

DO YOU LIKE BRINGHTON? A Do you like Bringhton? Does she B My father doesnt (does not) like it. I dont (do not) ALWAYS/EVERY YEAR/NEVER We ALWAYS come here. We come here EVERY YEAR. We NEVER come here. CONVERSATION Jane: Brian: Jane: Brian: Jane: Brian: ON THE TELEPHONE B My mother likes I like it.

Brian. Hello. Hello. What are you doing this evening? Im staying at home this evening. What are you doing? Im going to the cinema. At 8 oclock. Oh! Can I come? Yes, of course. WHAT ARE YOU DOING THIS EVENING?

What are you doing this evening? evening? Were going to the cinema. A What are you doing this evening? SUMMARY

What are your mother and father doing this Theyre watching TV. Im staying at home this evening. going to the cinema.

Present Tense Continuous SHES HAVING A BATH Im Youre Were Youre watching TV Theyre Hes Shes Im not You We You arent They He isnt She Am I you we Are you they he Is she NOW/ THIS EVENING NOW: 3 oclock What are you doing? Im having a bath. Im going to the cinema. is she watching TV? What are you they he (Im = I am) (Youre = you are) (Were = we are) (Youre = you are) (Theyre = they are) (Hes = he is) (Shes = She is) (Im not = I am not) (You arent = you are not) (We arent = we are not) (You arent = you are not) (They arent = they are not) (He isnt = he is not) (She isnt = she is not) am I you we doing?

now. this evening.

watching TV.

THIS EVENING: 9 oclock What are you doing this evening? I LIKE IT I You We like You They it He She likes It

I You (DONT = DO NOT) We dont You They like it. He She doesnt (DOESNT = DOES NOT) It

I You Do We You They He Does She It

like it?

ALWAYS/ EVERY We always come here. watch TV. have tea. every evening. watch TV

come here We

*** Can I have your name, please? VOCABULARY PHRASES WORDS apology appointment to call certainly Into To check office secretary to see to speak (to) to want well (Im very well.)

Im afraid... All right. (telephone) call What can I do for you? It doesnt matter. CONVERSATION Mrs Black: Secretary: Mrs Black: Secretary: Mrs Black: Secretary: Francis: Mrs Black:

AN APPOINTMENT

Good morning. I want to see Mr Matthews, please. Can I have your name, please? Black. My names Black. Mrs Black or Miss Black? Mrs Black. Mrs Black to see you, Mr Matthews. Good morning, Mrs Blake. No, Black. My names Black. B-L-A-C-K.

Francis: Oh, Im sorry. Come into my office, Mrs Black. Now, What can I do for you? Secretary: Good morning, Sir. What can I do for you? Jim Brown: Good morning. I want to see Mr Matthews, please. Secretary: Im sorry, Sir. Im afraid you cant see him now. Hes with Mrs Black. WHAT CAN I DO FOR YOU? A I want to speak to Mr Matthews, please. B Can I have your name, please? B Mrs Black (is here) to see you, Mr Matthews. C What can I do for you? B Im afraid you cant see him now. Hes with Mrs Black. CONVERSATION Receptionist: Francis: Receptionist: Francis: Jim: Francis: Jim: Francis: Jim: Francis: Jim: Francis: Jim: Francis: Jim: Francis: A TELEPHONE APPOINTMENT

602 7345. Good afternoon. Good afternoon. Can I speak to Mr Brown, please? Certainly, Sir. Just a moment, please. Mr Brown, theres a call for you. Mr Brown? Is that Mr Jim Brown? Yes, this is Jim Brown, speaking. Whos that? Whos calling? Its Francis Matthews here. Hello, Francis. How are you? Im very well, thank you. And you? Fine, thanks. Can I come and see you this afternoon or this evening? Well, shall I come and see you? Yes, all right. Come to my hotel this evening. Where are you staying? At the Grand Hotel. Its in Green Street. Im in Room 432. Room 432. Fine. Shall I come at six oclock? All right. Ill see you at six. Goodbye. Goodbye.

ON THE TELEPHONE A This is Jim Brown speaking. Whos calling? B Its Francis. A Hello. How are you? B Im very well, thank you. And you? A B A B

Im fine.
Can I come and see you this afternoon? Yes, all right. Fine. All right. Ill see you at six. At your hotel. Room 432. CONVERSATION APOLOGY

Woman: Francis: Woman: Francis: Woman: Francis: Woman:

Yes, who are you? My names Francis Matthews. Is Jim Brown there? No, he isnt. This is my room and my names Joan Robinson. But this is Room 432, isnt it? No, it isnt. This is room 482. Oh, Im sorry. It doesnt matter.

Jim: Come in Francis. Excuse me. (On the telephone) Room 432. Jim Brown speaking. Yes, hes here. Its a call for you, Francis. CHEKING A This is Mr Brown here, room 432, isnt he? B it? B No, He it is. Yes, I am. it isnt

A This isnt room 482, is it? You arent Joan Robinson, are you? APOLOGY A Oh, Im sorry. TELEPHONE Jim Brown speaking. Its a call for you, Francis. SUMMARY I WANT TO see Mr matthews. speak to Kathy. I want to watch television. go to the cinema. COME AND SEE you? see come Can I go and watch television? call John? him? B It doesnt matter.

FOR

Theres a call for What can I do

you. you?

ISNT IT?/IS IT? Im /Francis Matthews,/arent I? Youre/Joan Robinson,/arent you? Hes/Jim Brown,/isnt he? Shes/Mrs Black,/isnt she? Its/10 oclock,/isnt it? Were/at the Grand Hotel,/arent we? Youre/at work,/arent you? Theyre/watching TV,/arent they? He lives in Brasov, doesnt he? Martha is looking fine, isnt she? You cannot come in, can you? Tina and John dont leave tonight, do they? We have got a new car, havent we? Im not......., am I? You arent......., are you? He isnt......, is he? She isnt......, is she? It isnt......, is it? We arent....., are we? You arent...., are you? They arent...., are they?

*** What does she look like? VOCABULARY PHRASES I think so. I dont think so. WORDS about bar brown to carry dark description fat first name foot (five foot seven) full name hair WHO IS HE? hat him lady long to look to look for to look like manager parcel perhaps short skirt suit surname tall than thin to wait for to wear with young

CONVERSATION

Manager: Whos that man over there? Receptionist: Which man? Manager: The man in the brown suit.

Receptionist: The thin one? The tall, thin man? Manager: No. Not the tall, thin man. Thats not him. Thats Mr Jones. Look. Hes wearing a brown suit and a hat. And hes carrying a parcel. Who is he? Receptionist: The man with the parcel? I dont know. DESCRIPTION Hes a man. Hes tall. Hes thin. Hes wearing a suit. Hes carrying a parcel. Hes a tall, thin man in a brown suit. Hes carrying a parcel. The man in the brown suit. The tall, thin man? No, the short, fat man. Hes wearing a hat. Hes carrying a parcel. WHERE IS HE?/ WHATS HE WEARING? Hes near the bar. Hes quite tall. Hes wearing a hat. Hes carrying a case. CONVERSATION Man: Manager: Man: Receptionist: Man: Manager: Man: Manager: Man: My names Turner. Im looking for a friend. Her names Kay. Is Kay her first name or her surname? Its her surname. Her full name is Jean Kay. Mrs Kay. Mrs Kay isnt in her room, Sir. Perhaps shes in the bar. I dont think so. She never goes into bars. Is she waiting for you? I dont but, I think so. What does she look alike? Shes got dark hair and shes quite tall. About five foot seven.

WHAT DOES SHE LOOK LIKE? A What does she look like? A How tallis she? B Shes got a long, dark hair and shes quite tall. B About five foot seven.

In England we dont use the metric system for height. We use feet and inches. One foot is twelve inches. One foot is 0.3 metres so five feet is 1.5 metres. Tean is five foot seven. In metres?

Sam is five foot nine. Ulrich is 1 metre 80. Gisela is 1 metre 20.

In metres? In feet? In feet?

I THINK SO/ I DONT THINK SO A B A B Is she waiting for you? I think so. She always waits for me. Is she in the bar? I dont think so. She never goes into bars. PERHAPS A Perhaprs shes in the bar. B I think so. I dont think CONVERSATION Manager: Man: Manager: Man: Manager: Man: Is that your friend? Over there? No. That isnt her. Jeans got longer hair. And her skirt? Jeans skirt is shorter than that. Is she younger than your friend? I dont think so. She looks older than Jean. And Jean is taller.

ITS LONGER Jean is taller. Her skirt is longer than that ladys. Jeans got longer hair.

!
SUMMARY

short shorter (than) long - longer (than) old older (than)

IN/WITH in a brown suit. A man with a parcel. WHAT DOES SHE LOOK LIKE? He What does She look like? Shes got long, dark hair. Hes a tall, thin man.

OLDER/YOUNGER Your hair is My hair I am You are older than younger me. I THINK SO Is she in the bar? I think so. I dont think REVISION *** No smoking VOCABULARY PHRASES Im afraid not. Lets (let us)... May I...? WORDS air hostess another bag case Chinese drink food to get passenger plane to put suggestion ON A PLANE them too under up longer you. shorter than your hair. my hair.

CONVERSATION

Air hostess: Is this your bag, Sir? Passenger: Yes, it is. Air hostess: You cant put it up there, Sir. Passenger: May I put it here? Air hostess: Im afraid not. Passenger: May I put it here? Air hostess: Yes, of course. MAY I...? A May I? May I put it here? B No, you cant. You cant put it up there, Sir. Im afraid you cant put it up there, Sir.

Im afraid not. UNDER/OVER/UP THERE May I put my case up there? May I put it under there? May I put it over there? CONVERSATION Angela: Waiter: Angela: Waiter: Waiter: Angela: Mary: Angela: Waiter: A RESTAURANT

Waiter. Yes, Madam. May I have a glass of white wine, please? Certainly, Madam. Here you are, Madam. Thank you. A drink for you, Mary? Yes, please. May I have a glass of white wine too, please? Yes, of course. Waiter, would you get me another glass of white wine, please? Another glass of white wine. Certainly.

TOO/ANOTHER a glass of white wine, please? May I have a glass of white wine too, please? Would you get me another glass of white wine, please? MAY I HAVE...?/YES, HERE YOU ARE A B A B A May I have a cigarette, please? Certainly. Here you are. Thank you. May I have some wine, please? Yes, of course. Here you are. Thank you. CONVERSATION Mary: What shall we do this evening? Bob: I dont know. Mary: Lets go to the cinema. Bob: No, not this evening. Lets stay here. Mary: No. Lets go to a restaurant. Shall we go to an Italian restaurant? Bob: Which one? Mary: Francos. I like Francos. Bob: I dont like Francos, Im afraid. And I dont like Italian food very much. I prefer Chinese food. Mary: All right. Lets go to a Chinese restaurant. Is there one near here? Bob: I dont think so. Mary: All right. Shall we have another drink? Bob: Yes. Lets have another drink. SUGGESTIONS

NO NO YES

A Lets go to the cinema. B No. Not this evening. I dont want to go to the cinema. A Lets go to an Italian restaurant. B I dont like Italian food, Im afraid. A Lets go to a Chinese restaurant. B Yes. Lets. I like Chinese food. WHICH ONE?

A B A B A B A B

Lets go to an Italian restaurant. Which one? Francos. No, I dont like Francos. Lets go to a Chinese restaurant. Which one? Wang Hos. Yes. Lets. I like Wang Hos. SUMMARY MAY I ...? I have a drink? put it here? Yes, certainly. Of course.

May we TOO/ANOTHER another glass of wine? May I have a glass of wine, too? ME/ YOU/ HIM... me him another glass of wine, Would you get her some bread, us a beer, them you I like it LETS ...

please?

Yes, lets. Lets go to the cinema. No, I dont want to. (LETS = LET US) No. I dont want to go to the cinema. UNDER/ OVER/ UP THERE under Put it over up there.

*** Its on the first floor VOCABULARY PHRASES Along this street Down this street Can you tell me the way to...? to have dinner Its on the first floor. How nice! Thats all right. WORDS businessman downstairs ground floor to get to invitation late lift present right to take (take the lift) to tell then toilet to turn turning upstairs

CONVERSATION Businessman: Good morning. Im looking for Mr Robinson. Receptionist: Mr Robinsons office is on the second floor. Room 205. Businessman: Thank you. Man: Excuse me. Is there a telephone near here? Receptionist: Yes. Its on the ground floor. Over there. Next to the lift. Man: Thank you. Receptionist: Can I help you? Woman: Yes, please. I want to see Mrs Bramley. Receptionist: Mrs Bramleys office is on the fourth floor. Take the lift to the fourth floor and its Room 403. Woman: Thank you very much. IS THERE ...? ITS ON .../ THERES ONE... A Is there a telephone near here?

toilet on this floor? B Its on the ground floor. Over there. Next to the lift. Its upstairs. Theres one downstairs. Take the lift to the fourth floor and its room 403.

WHERE IS ...?/ WHERE ARE ...? Excuse me. Where are the toilets? Theyre upstairs. On the first floor. Excuse me. Where are the telephones? Theyre downstairs. On the ground floor. Excuse me. Wheres Mr Robinsons office? Take the lift to the second floor and its room 205. CONVERSATION John: Hello, Linda. These are for you. Linda: How nice! Thank you, John. John: Would you have dinner with me this evening? Linda: Of course1 Where? John: Lets go to the Italian restaurant in Green Street. Francos. Linda: How can I get there? John: Go along North Street. Turn left down West Street and take the second turning on the right. Thats Green Street. And Francos restaurant is on the corner. Next to the Grand Hotel. A PRESENT A This is for you. These are AN INVITATION Would you have dinner with me this evening? DIRECTIONS A How can I get there? Can you tell me the way? B Go along North Street. B How nice1 Thank you!

Down Turn right down West Street. Take the first turning on the left. CONVERSATION Linda: Excuse me. Can you tell me the way to Bridge Street, please? Woman: Yes. Go down this street and take the third turning on the right. Linda: Down this street, then its the third turning on the left. Woman: Right. The third turning on the right. Linda: Thank you very much. John: Im sorry Im late, Linda. Linda: Thats all right. But Francos restaurant isnt here now. Its in Bridge Street. I can tell You the way, I think. IM SORRY... A Im sorry Im late. B Thats all right.

GO DOWN THIS STREET A Excuse me. Wheres Bridge Street? How can I get to Bridge Street, please? Can you tell me the way to Bridge Street, please?

B Go down this street. Take the third turning on the right. SUMMARY ON/ UP/ DOWN Upstairs Downstairs Down this street on the second floor along this street. HOW NICE! These are for you. Lets go to Francos. Do you want a glass of wine? Thanks. Yes, lets. How nice! Thank you.

Its Go

TELL ME THE WAY... Can you tell me the way to Green Street? I can tell you the way to Green Street. ***

Wheres he gone? VOCABULARY PHRASES to be back to be out to have lunch Whats the matter? WORDS been (where have you been?) to come back to find Football match Gentleman inside message outside waitress

CONVERSATION Secretary: Mr Jones: Secretary: Mr Jones: Secretary: Mr Jones: Secretary: Hello. Francis Matthews office. Is Mr Matthews there, please? Im afraid Mr Matthews is out. Out? Yes, hes out. Hes gone to lunch. Hes gone to a restaurant, I think. Oh! When is he coming back, please? Hes coming back at two oclock. Sorry. He isnt coming back at two. Hes coming back at three. Can I take a message for him? Mr Jones: No, thank you. WHERE IS HE? HES OUT A Is Mr Matthews there, please? B Im afraid hes out. Hes coming back at two. Can I take a message? WHERE HAVE THEY GONE?/WHEN ARE THEY COMING BACK? Janes (Jane has) gone to lunch. Sams the cinema. Sallys gone to Munich. Francis has Bill and Marys. Shes (she is) Coming back Hes (he is) CONVERSATION Mr Jones: Excuse me. Im looking for Francis Matthews. Waitress: Mr Matthews? Hes having lunch with some friends. Theyre outside. Francis: Can you help me? Manager: Yes, Mr Matthews. Whats the matter? Francis: Im looking for the waitress and I cant find her. at 2.30. 6.00. 7.00. on Saturday.

Manager: Ill find her, Sir. But theres a gentleman outside. Hes looking for you. Mr Jones: Excuse me. Im looking for Francis Matthews. Bob: Oh. Hes inside. Mr Jones: Is he coming back? Oh, yes. Ithink so. Hes getting some coffee. EXCUSE ME. IM LOOKING FOR... A Excuse me. Im looking for Francis Matthews. Can you help me? I cant find Francis Matthews. B Hes B Excuse me. Theres a lady WHERE ARE THEY? Theyre outside. Theyre having lunch. CONVERSATION Wife: Ah, youre back. Where have you been? Husband: Ive been to the football match. Where have you been? Wife: Well, Ive been here, at home. Hes inside. Hes getting some coffee. Theres a gentleman outside. Hes looking for you. I cant find the waitress. here. over there. Having lunch with some friends (over there). gentleman over there. Shes Hes looking for you.

Girl: Ah, there you are. Woman: Sorry, Im late. Ive been to the shops. Where have you been? Girl: Ive been at work. Man: Hello, Jill. Where have you been? Girl: Ive been to Majorca. HES GONE TO.../HES BEEN TO... Hes gone to lunch. Hes been to lunch. WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN? A Where have you been? B Ive been to London and Paris and Madrid. A Have you been to Paris? B Yes, I have. No, I havent.

SUMMARY HAS BEEN TO... Ive Youve Weve Youve been to London. Theyve Hes Shes Its I You We havent You They He hasnt She (Ive = I have) (Youve = You have) (Weve = We have) (Youve = You have) (Theyve = They have) (Hes = He has) (Shes = She has) (Its = It has)

(HAVENT = HAVE NOT) been to London (HASNT = HAS NOT)

I you Have we been to London? you they he Has she It I havent seen John. TO BE WAS/ WERE *** Going away VOCABULARY PHRASES in the afternoon in the morning in the evening to be home WORDS arrived bank manager to book darling to go away Good! holiday robber tomorrow tonight travel agent was BEEN

to be at home in (two) hours last night (twelve) hours late this morning the next day next week on weekdays at weekends CONVERSATION

to delay/delayed early flight

then today

were yesterday

A HOLIDAY IN SPAIN

Travel Agent: Are you going away on holiday? Robber: Yes, Im going away. Travel Agent: Then book an XYZ holiday. Look! A holiday in Spain in Majorca. There are flights on weekdays at twelve oclock. The train leaves Victoria Station at ten. It arrives at Gatwick airport at ten forty. The flight leaves at twelve and gets to Majorca at fourteen thirty half past two in the afternoon. Robber: Can I go today? Travel Agent: Sorry, sir. Not today. Not on Saturday. Robber: Tomorrow is Sunday. We havent got any flights on Saturday or Sunday. Is next week all right? Monday next week? THERES A .../ THERE ARE ... There are flights on weekdays at twelve oclock. We havent got any flights on Saturday or Sunday. The flight leaves at twelve and gets to Majorca at fourteen thirty. flight Theres a train on Wednesday Monday at two oclock.

ON WEEKDAYS = Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday AT WEEKENDS = Saturday Sunday

24 HOUR CLOCK Ten oclock. Fifteen thirty. Twenty ten.

Ten oclock in the morning. The train leaves at ten. Half past three in the afternoon. The train leaves at fifteen thirty. Ten past eight in the avening. The train leaves at twenty ten. CONVERSATION ILL BE HOME LATE TONIGHT

Bank Manager: Im sorry, darling. Ill be home late tonight. Wife: Where are you? Bank Manager: Im in my office. Im working. But Ill be home in two hours. Its seven oclock now. Ill be home at nine oclock. Wife: Will you be late tomorrow? Bank Manager: Tomorrow? No, I wont be late tomorrow. Ill be early. Ill be back at four oclock. Will you be at home then? Wife: Of course. Bank Manager: Good1 And the next day well be on holiday. I WILL/ I WONT Ill (I will) be home late I wont (will not) Ill be back at four oclock. Will you be at home then? NEXT WEEK/ IN TWO HOURS A When will you be back? B next week. Ill be back two hours. in four days. CONVERSATION Young Man: Bank Manager: Young Man: Wife: Young Man: Young Lady: Bank Manager: Young Man: Bank Manager: Wife: WHEN DID YOU ARRIVE? tomorrow. tonight.

Are you on an XYZ holiday? Yes, Im afraid we are. Im on an XYZ holiday too. When did you arrive? I arrived this morning. The plane was late. It was delayed. Yes, we arrived in Majorca twelve hours late. We arrived at half past two in the morning. Our plane was late, too. Did you arrive today? No, we didnt. We arrived yesterday. We arrived last night. Our flight was late. We were seven hours late.

WAS/ WERE/ ARRIVED The plane was late. were We arrived in Majorca seven hours late. twelve

A Did you arrive today? B No, we didnt (did not). We arrived yesterday.

! NOW
Im late. We are late. this morning. today. ARRIVE + D I arrived yesterday. last night.

YESTERDAY I was late. We were late.

Past Tense Simple (Trecutul Simplu) I went to the theatre yesterday. We left Majorca last week. Did you dance with her? Did she arrive late? She didnt arrive late. I didnt dance with John. I was. (Eu am fost.) You were. (Tu ai fost.) She/he/it was. (El/Ea/El,Ea a fost) We were. (Noi am fost) You were. (Voi ati fost.) They were. (Ei au fost.) Was I? Were you? Was she/he/it? Were we? Were you? Were they? TO HAVE (a avea) I had. (Eu am avut.) You had. (Tu ai avut.) She/He/It had. We had. You had. They had. Had I? Had you? Had she/he/it? Had we? I had not. (hadnt) You had not. (hadnt) He/she/it had not. (hadnt) We had not. (hadnt) I was not. (wasnt) You were not (werent) She/He/It was not (wasnt) We were not. (werent) You were not. (werent) They were not. (werent)

Had you? Had they? Viitorul

You had not. (hadnt) They had not. (hadnt)

Se formeaza folosind auxiliarele shall sau will alaturi de infinitivul scurt. Shall va fi folosit cu persoana I sg. si pl., iar will pentru celelalte persoane. I shall (Ill) speak. You will (youll) come. He/She will (hell/shell) ask. It will (itll) bite. We shall (well) run. You will (youll) eat. They will (theyll) return. Shall I speak? Will you come? Will he/she ask? Will it bite? Shall we run? Will you eat? Will they return? I shall not (shant) speak. You will not (wont) come. He/She will not (wont) ask. It will not (wont) bite. We shall not (shant) run. You will not (wont) eat. They will not (wont) return.

*** Buying things VOCABULARY PHRASES ( 2.50) all together Anything else? How much does it cost? It costs ( 15). Whos it for? Its for (my husband). It isnt (big) enough. How much is it? A kilo of (tomatoes). half a kilo of (tomatoes) Whats it made of? Its made of (fur). What size is it? Its size (5). Its the right size. Thatll be ( 1.20). There you are. What about...? WORDS apple to buy cabbage carrot cheap currency expensive fur greengrocer handbag heavy lemon money pence pineapple potato(es) pound probably veal salesman salesgirl silk sterling thing tomato(es) vase

CONVERSATION

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

Salesgirl: Mr Williams: Salesgirl: Mr Williams: Salesgirl: Mr Williams: Salesgirl: Mr Williams: Salesgirl: Mr Williams: Salesgirl: Mr Williams: A B A B

Good mornin, sir. Can I help you? Yes. Im looking for a present for my wife. This handbag is very nice, sir. Is it expensive? Oh, no, sir! Its quite cheap. It costs fifteen pounds. Fifteen pounds! Thats too expensive, Im afraid. Look at this vase, sir. No, that ones too big.What about the one next to it? Ah, yes, sir. This one is smaller. And its cheaper. How much does it cost? Eleven pounds, thirty pence. Eleven pounds thirty! Its too expensive. And its too heavy.

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST? How much does it cost? It costs eight pounds fifty. Its too expensive. This ones quite cheap.

English Money English currency is the pound sterling. There are 100 pence in one pound One pound 1 One pound and twenty pence is 1.20 (One pound twenty)
TOO EXPENSIVE/NOT CHEAP ENOUGH A Do you like the suitcase? not CONVERSATION WHATS IT MADE OF? handbag? B Its Theyre too expensive. small. cheap enough. Big

Mrs Williams: How much is this hat? Salesman: Fifty pounds, madam. Mrs Williams: Thats expensive. Whats it made of? Salesman: Its made of real fur. Its a very good hat. Mrs Williams: Hm... Salesman: Those hats are cheaper. That one there is twelve pounds. Whos it for? Mrs Williams: Its for my husband. Salesman: Its probably too small fpr your husband. Um. It isnt big enough. Its size five. Now, this ones bigger. Mrs Williams: What size is it? Salesman: Its size seven. Is that big enough?

Mrs Williams: Yes. Its the right size. ITS MADE OF FUR A How much is that hat? Whats it made of? B Its made of fur. A What size is it? B Its size seven. Is that big enough? WHAT SIZE IS IT?/ ARE YOU? A is the hat? What size are you? is she? B Its 7. Im size Shes 12. A HOW MUCH DOES IT COST? = B (ITS) 6.50. B (IT COSTS) A KILO OF TOMATOES 6.50. CONVERSATION

A HOW MUCH IS IT?

Greengrocer: There you are, Mrs Williams. A kilo of tomatoes, half a kilo of carrots, four apples and two lemons. Anything else? Mrs Williams: Yes, please. A big cabbage, and two kilos of potatoes. Oh, and a pineapple... Greengrocer: The pineapples are very expensive. Eighty pence for this small one. Mrs Williams: It looks too small. Greengrocer: Is this one big enough? Mrs Williams: Yes, Ill buy that one. Greengrocer: Thatll be one pound twenty for the pineapple. Two pounds fifty all together. THATLL BE ... There you are? Thatll be one pund twenty. Two pounds fifty all together. A KILO/ KILOS A kilo Half a kilo Two kilos of tomatoes. potatoes. carrots.

SUMMARY HOW MUCH? A is it? B 15.

How much does it cost? TOO BIG/ NOT BIG ENOUGH Its too big. small. expensive. MADE OF/ SIZE A Whats it made of? B Its made of

Its It costs

six pounds eighty (pence). 6.80 (p).

Its not

big small enough. Cheap

fur. silk.

A What size

is it? are you? FOR

Its size Im

7. 12.

A Whos the present FOR.? B Its FOR my husband. But the hat is probably too small FOR him. Relative Who are you? (Cine esti?) Who is it? (Cine este?) He is the man who can swim. (El este barbatul care poate sa inoate.) The boy whose car is red. (Baiatul a carui masina este rosie.) Which is Toms car? (care este masina lui Tom?) I live in a house which is beautiful. (Locuiesc intr-o casa care este frumoasa.) These are the flowers that I like most. (Acestea sunt florile care-mi plac cel mai mult) The flowers (which/that) you buy are beautiful. The person (who/that) speaks is my teacher. Past Perfect I had worked. You had eaten. He/She had watched TV. He had jumped. We had swim.

You had read. They had answered. I had not (hadnt) worked. Had I worked? Had you eaten? Mancasem cand a venit mama. I had eaten when my mother arrived. TO BE: I had been.(Fusesem.) TO HAVE: I had had (Avusesem) etc. *** Why do you like it? VOCABULARY WORDS assistant because cat colour different works) dog CONVERSATION 1. Why do you like dogs? Because theyre friendly. 2. I dont like dogs. I prefer cats. Why do you prefer cats? Because theyre quiet. They dont make much noise. 3. Why do you like parrots? Because they talk. That parrot doesnt talk. Yes, I do. WHY ...?/ BECAUSE ... A B A B Why do you like dogs? Because theyre friendly. Why do you like cats? Because they dont make much noise. friendly to give lamp to make a noise parrot quiet the same to show to talk why which (a

lamp

which

to work (it doesnt work) WHY DO YOU LIKE DOGS?

CONVERSATION

HERES A LAMP WHICH WORKS

Woman: I prefer that lamp. What do you think of it? Man: Oh no! Woman: Why dont you like that one? Man: Because its too big and too expensive. We cant buy a lamp which costs thirty five pounds. Assistant: Can I help you? Man: Yes. Would you show us a lamp? One which is not too big, and which isnt expensive, and which looks nice. Assistant: This one looks nice. Eres a lamp which looks nice. And heres one which isnt expensive. WHICH looks nice. Heres a lamp which isnt expensive. CONVERSATION ITS A DIFFERENT SIZE

Woman: May we have another lamp? Assistant: Yes, of course, madam. But why? Woman: Because this one doesnt work. Man: Would you please give us one which works? Assistant: Certainly, sir. Just a moment, please. Here you are. Woman: Thats not the same. Its smaller than this one. Assistant: Youre right. It Isnt the same. Its a different size. Man: This ones a different colour. Woman: May we have one which is the same size and the same colour? Assistant: This is the right one. These lamps are the same. Woman: Thank you very much. THE SAME/DIFFERENT the same. These lamps are different. May we have one which is the same size and the same colour? GIVE/ SHOW US Give Show me us him her the lamp. a lamp which works. Possessives(Posesive) Its my book. Its mine. Its your book. Its yours. (Este a ta.)

Its his book. Its his. (Este a lui.) Its her book. Its hers. (Este a ei.) Its its toy. (jucarie) Its its. (Este a lui/a ei) Its our book. Its ours. (Este a noastra.) Its your book. Its yours. (Este a voastra.) Its their book. Its theirs. (Este a lor.) I offered flowers to my mother. She/ He told the truth to Martha. He told Martha the truth. I told him the truth. I told the truth to him. I told it to him. IT It is eight oclock. (Este ora opt.) It is cold. (Este frig.) It snows. (Ninge.) It is autumn. (Este toamna.) It is a long way to the beach.(Este drum lung pana la plaja.) It is 5 km far from here. (Este la 5 km distanta de aici.) It is hard difficult Easy to explain.

(Este greu de explicat.) dificil usor It seems difficult to learn Japanese. (Pare dificil sa inveti Japoneza.) It appears it will be hot tomorrow. (Se pare ca va fi canicula maine.) It happens that they will come together. (Din intamplare vor veni impreuna.) Its all right. (Este in regula.) Its O.K. Its the milkman. (Este laptarul.) It is funny to say such a thing. (Este amuzant sa spui asemenea lucru.) It is Tom that delivered the speech. (Tom este acela care a tinut discursul.)

*** What do you need? VOCABULARY PHRASES What would you like? Id like (some wine). WORDS Boss chicken desk French fruit men to need new peas potato(es) sleep to take away tired red wine white wine

CONVERSATION Boss: Francis: Boss: Francis:

YOU NEED A HOLIDAY

Are you tired? Yes. You look very tired. Perhaps you need a holiday. I dont need a holiday. I need some sleep. What are those men doing? Why are they Taking those things away? Boss: You need some new things for your pffice a new desk, some new chairs... Francis: I dont need a new desk. This desk is good enough. YOU NEED .../ I DONT NEED ... A You need a holiday. B I dont (do not) need a holiday. I need some sleep. I dont need any new chairs.

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two MEN Twenty

CONVERSATION

WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE?

Francis: Hello, Francis Matthews here. Mary: Hello, Francis. Its Mary. What would you like for dinner? Francis: I dont know. Mary: Would you like fish? Francis: I dont think so. Mary: What would you like? Francis: Id like chicken. And Id like potatoes, and some peas, and some fruit. Mary: (to Jane) Hed like chicken, potatoes, peas and some fruit. Right. Now Francis, well need Some wine. Francis: All right. Ill buy a bottle of wine. Mary: Thanks, Francis. Goodbye.

Francis: Goodbye, Mary. WOULD YOU LIKE ...?/ ID LIKE ... A What would you like? Would you like (some) fish? B Id (I would) like chicken. A Well (we will) need (some) wine. CONVERSATION I WANT A BOTTLE OF WINE

Francis: I want a bottle of wine, please. Assistant: Red or white wine, sir? Francis: With chicken Id prefer white. Assistant: Do you want French wine, German or Italian wine? Francis: French wine, please. Assistant: This is a very good wine, sir. Francis: Yes, That looks very nice. Id like two bottles, please. WANT/LIKE A Do you want red or white, sir? B Id prefer white wine. Id like two bottles, please. ID LIKE... Id Youd Hed Shed (Itd) like Wed Youd Theyd I you he she Would (it) we you they What would you like? Would you like (some) fish? ID LIKE like a holiday? Id = I would Youd = You would Hed = He would Shed = She would Itd = It would Wed = We would Youd = You would Theyd = They would

a holiday. some wine.

A Id like a bottle of wine, please. I want B Would you like red or white wine? Do you want Conditionalul I work (Eu muncesc.) You sing. (Tu canti.) I shall work. (Eu voi munci.) You will sing. (Tu vei canta.) I should work. (Eu as munci.) You would sing. (Tu ai canta.)

Id like to drink a cup of coffee. (Mi-ar placea sa beau o ceasca cu cafea.) Theyd like to ask a lot of questions. (Ei ar pune o mutime de intrebari.) Negativul se formeaza cu ajutorul particulei negative not: I should not (shouldnt) go there. (Nu m-as duce acolo.) They wouldnt swim. The water is too cold. (Ei n-ar inota. Apa e prea calda.) Interogativul se formeaza prin inversiune: Would they buy this old car? (Ar cumpara masina aceasta veche?) I should have done it, but I didnt want to. (As fi facut-o, dar n-am vrut.) They would have gone shopping. (Ei s-ar fi dus la cumparaturi.) I shall go at the seaside if I have money. Work if you want to have money. (Munceste daca vrei sa ai bani.) She speaks fluent English if she in mood. (Vorbeste fluent engleza daca are chef.) Acesta reprezinta conditionala de tipul I. *** I sometimes work late VOCABULARY PHRASES Come and have dinner. to come to dinner WORDS Always bought opened pronunciationd

dark night the day before yesterday last (year) the (year) before last a lot of on (Saturday) night regular verb irregular verb on television this (year)

busy by detective doctor famous France the front door had Italy to make/made often

to smoke/smoked sometimes stayed story/stories usually waited walked went to write/wrote writer

CONVERSATION Francis: Arthur: Francis: Arthur: Francis: Arthur: Francis:

I NEVER GO OUT ON SATURDAY NIGHT

Hello, Francis Matthews here. Hello, Francis. Its Arthur. What are you doing in your office? Im working. I often work late on Friday. Im busy. Come and have dinner with us tomorrow. Sorry. I never go out on Saturday night. I always watch football then, on television. Would you come next Wednesday? Just a moment. Yes, Arthur. Ill come to dinner on Wednesday.

I ALWAYS WATCH FOOTBALL ON SATURDAY NIGHT always Usually I sometimes often go to the cinema go out watch football stay at home on Tuesday night. Monday night. Saturday night. Sunday.

DO YOU OFTEN WORK LATE?/NO, I DONT OFTEN WORK LATE A Do you always B Yes, often. Always. often No, dont always No, I never work late. COME TO DINNER A Come to dinner. Come and have dinner. B Thanks very much. How nice1 watch TV. work late. watch TV often work late on Saturday? Sunday?

CONVERSATION

WE WENT TO FRANCE

Francis: Ah Italy! Do you like Italy, Arthur? Arthur: Yes, we went there on holiday. Francis: When did you go there? Arthurs wife: We went to Italy last year. Francis: What did you do there? Arthurs wife: We went to the shop. Francis: What did you buy? Arthur: I bought some wine. Francis: Where did you go this year? Arthur: Look! We went to France. Francis: What did you buy in France? Arthur: I bought some wine. Arthurs wife: Yes, we bought some wine. Francis: I went to France last year. And then I went to Italy. But this year I stayed in England. Arthurs wife: What did you do? Francis: I made some wine. Look! I make wine every year. Would you like some? BUY/ BOUGHT A What did you buy? B I bought some wine. I didnt buy any beer. THIS YEAR/LAST YEAR WE WENT

!
The

ITS 1980 NOW We went to Italy this year. THE YEAR BEFORE LAST: 1978 year night weekend before last

IN 1979 We went to Italy last year.

we made some wine. THIS YEAR: 1980 This we made some wine. Today A STORY BY FRANCIS MATTHEWS year week weekend

LAST YEAR: 1979 year night weekend Yesterday Last

we made some wine.

CONVERSATION Francis:

This is a story about Sherlock Holmes. Sherlock Holmes was a famous detective. His office was in Baker Street, in London. He had an assistant. His name was Doctor Watson. The writer, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, wrote a lot of Stories about Sherlock Holmes. I wrote a story about Holmes too. Here it is... It was a dark night. I was wiht Doctor Watson. We walked down the street and arrived at the front door of number 73. Mrs Harris opened the door. We waited outside. Mrs Harris: Oh, please1 Come in! Francis: We went in. WRITE/WROTE Francis writes stories. Yesterday he wrote a story. ABOUT.BY about Sherlock Holmes. Its a story by Francis Matthews. I should go to the seaside if I had money. As fi mers la mare daca as fi avut bani. I should have gone at the seaside if I had money. *** Welcome to Britain VOCABULARY PHRASES Where do you come from? I come from (America). What do you do? Not too fast. Whats your job? (Im) married. What nationality are you? Im (American). Whats your occupation? How old are you? Im (twenty eight) years old. Would you say that again? Where are you from? Im from (America). WORDS America American Athens to be from to come from compere to do English Greece Greek language to live in passport slow(ly) to speak (English) the United States well to work for

(Im) single. Would you speak slowly? CONVERSATION ARE YOU MARRIED?

Customs Officer: Now. Whats your surname? Mr Williams: Williams. Customs Officer: Thank you. Ill write your surname here. And your first names? Mr Williams: James. Robert. Customs Officer: Your first names go there. James. Robert. And you put Mr, Mrs or Miss there. Next to your name, Mr Williams. Are you married? Mr Williams: Yes, Im married. Now, your nationality, please? Customs Officer: Youre married. Now, your nationality, please? Mr Williams: Im American. I come from the United States. Customs Officer: American. And whats your occupation? Whats your job? Mr Williams: Im businessman. Customs Officer: Businessman. Thank you, Mr Williams. Now. May I see your passport, please? IM AMERICAN Im James Williams. Im American. I come from the United States. Im businessman. Im married. MARRIED/ SINGLE A Are you married? B Im single. A Where are you come from? Where are you from? What nationality are you? CONVERSATION B I come from the United States. Im from America. Im American. I LIVE IN ATHENS married.

Compere: Hello, where are you from? Mr Greece: Greece. Im Greek. I live in Athens. My home is in Athens. Im twenty eight years old. And my name is Stavros Papadopoulos. Compere: Would you say that again, please? Mr Greece: Im twenty eight years old. Im not married and my name is Stavros Papadopoulos. Compere: You speak English very well, Stavros. Mr Greece: I speak English, and French, and German and... Compere: Just a moment. Not too fast, please. Would you speak slowly, please? WOULD YOU SPEAK SLOWLY? Would you speak slowly, please? Where do you come from?

What town do you live in? SPEAK SLOWLY/SAY THAT AGAIN A My name is Jane Black. B Would you Not too fast. COME FROM/LIVE IN/HOME A Where do you come from in Greece? What town do you live in CONVERSATION B I come from Athens. I live in Athens. My home is in Athens. say that again, please? Speak slowly, please?

IM BUSINESSMAN

Compere: Whats your job? Mr Greece: Im businessman. I work in an office. Compere: Thank you. And you, Angus. What do you do? Angus: Would you say that again, please? Compere: Whats your job? Angus: I work for the Central Bank. I was a policeman but now I work for the Central Bank. Compere: Do you like your job? Angus: Yes, I like my job very much. Compere: Good. Thank you very much. WHATS YOUR JOB? Whats your job? I work in an office. I work for the Central Bank. JOB/OCCUPATION/WHAT DO YOU DO? A Whats your occupation? What do you do? SUMMARY MARRIED/SINGLE A Are you married or single? B Im married. B I come from England. job? B Im a waiter. I work in a bank. businessman.

WHERE DO YOU COME FROM? A Where do you come from?

Where are you from? What nationality are you? JOB/OCCUPATION A Whats your occupation? What do you do? SAY THAT AGAIN/SPEAK SLOWLY A I speak English and French and German and... B say that again, please? Would you speak slowly, please? Not too fast. SPEAK job?

Im from England. Im England.

B Im a

businessman. secretary. I work in an office. I work for the central Bank.

A What languages do you speak? B I speak 3 languages. I speak English very well and I speak French and German too. Who? = cine? What? = ce? Mary went to London last year. Who went to London? An accident happened here last week. What happened here last week? what? = ce? Mary went to London last year? What did Mary do last year? what kind of...? = ce fel de...? What kind of dress does Mary have? whose...? = a cui? It is Toms car. Whos car is it? Which of...? I prefer the blue dress to the red one which of these dresses do you prefer? how...? = cum...? He dresses beautifully. How does he dress? They earn 2000 a month. How much do they earn? When? = cand? Theyll leave tomorrow. When do they leave. where? = unde? We live in Tulcea. Where do we live? why? = de ce? They leave because it is late. Why do they leave? what? = ce? They want a watch for their kid. What do they want for their children?

We offered flowers to our mother. Whom did we offer flowers to? *** Whos that? VOCABULARY PHRASES WORDS again better cold to cook cook dentist to feel/felt (I feel ill) to go back hairdresser headache housewife hungry ill to make dinner medicine stomach ache thirsty toothache wrong

Hes got (a cold). Whats the matter with (him)? Whos that?

CONVERSATION

SHES A HAIRDRESSER

Quizmaster: Hello, and welcome to the London Quiz. Now, this is Mrs Walters. Mrs Walters comes from Croydon, near London. She lives in Brinxton Road. Now, what does Mrs Walters do? Whats her job? Mrs Walters will show us. First member: Shes making dinner. Shes cooking. Shes a cook in restaurant. Quizmaster: No, she isnt a cook. Second member: Shes a housewife. Shes making dinner for her husband. Quizmaster: No, thats wrong too. Whats Mrs Walters job? First member: I dont know. Quizmaster: All right. Mrs Walters is a hairdresser. COMES FROM/LIVES IN Mrs Walters is English. She comes from Croydon. She lives in Brinxton Road. HE COMES FROM ENGLAND Hes English. He comes from England. He lives in England. Hes a dentist. TOO

A B A B

Mrs Walters is a hairdresser. Mr Thompson is a hairdresser, too. And Mrs Walters comes from London. Oh! Mr Thompson comes from London, too!

CONVERSATION

HE DOESNT LOOK WELL

Jean: Whats the matter? Is Francis ill? Henry: I dont know, but he doesnt look well. Jean: Perhaps hes got a headache. (to Francis) Francis, you dont look well. You look ill. Francis: I feel ill. Jean: Whats the matter? Mrs Robinson: Ah! Youve got a headache. Francis: I think so. Yes, Ive got a headache. Henry: You need a doctor. Mrs Robinson: But there isnt a doctor here. Henry: Oh yes, there is. Sheila , over there, is one. LOOK/FEEL You look ill. You dont look well. I feel ill. I dont feel well. HES GOT A HEADACHE 1. Whats the matter with him? He doesnt look well. He isnt well. Hes got a headache. 2. Whats the matter with her? She doesnt look well. She isnt well. Shes got a cold. 3. Whats the matter with her? She doesnt look well. She isnt well. Shes got a cold. 4. Whats the matter with him? He doesnt look well. He isnt well. Hes got stomach ache. CONVERSATION YOULL FEEL BETTER

Doctor: Are you ill? Francis: I think so, but I dont know. I didnt feel very well in there. Doctor: You dont look very well. Perhaps you need some food. Are you hungry? Francis: No, Im not hungry.

Doctor: Are you thirsty? Do you want a drink? Francis: No, not now, thank you. Doctor: Take this medicine. Youll feel better. Francis: Ugh! Doctor: Youll feel fine tomorrow. Shall we go back to the party? Francis: Yes, lets go back. I feel better now. FEEL VERY WELL/FEEL BETTER A Are you ill? B I didnt feel very well in there. A Take this medicine. Youll feel better. SUMMARY WHAT DOES HE DO? A Whats his job? What does he do? A Where does he come from? Wheres he from? A What nationality is he? A Where does he live? HE LOOKS/FEELS ILL Whats the matter with Francis? He doesnt look very well. He looks ill. Francis doesnt feel well. He feels ill. HES GOT A HEADACHE a headache a cold Hes got toothache stomach ache TOO He feels ill today. He felt ill yesterday too. (The Past Tense Continuous) Dormea ieri pe vremea asta. He was sleeping yesterday at this time. I was talking to diary. You were watching TV. He/ She was eating a sandwich. It was running. B Hes a cook. B He comes from England. Hes from England. B Hes English. B He lives in Exeter.

We were reading. They were listening to music. I was not talking to Mary. Was I talking to Mary? -yesterday at this time -last week at this time etc. She was sleeping when her mother came in. (Dormea cand mama ei a venit.) She was sleeping while he son was playing. (Dormea in timp ce fiul sau se juca.) TO MAKE/ TO DO TO MAKE a mistake a face o greseala noise a face zgomot fun of a face haz de the bed a face patul a bargain a face un targ an appointment a stabili o intalnire a tea a face un ceai a promise a promite a remark a face o remarca

TO DO ones hair a se coafa - the homework a-si face tema - the washing up a spala - the dishes a spala vasele - the rooms a face curat in camera - the household a se ocupa de gospodarie - ones best a face tot posibilul - ones duty a-si face datoria - good/harm a face bine/rau - that will do e de ajuns

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