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TITLE: FINAL PROJECT

TEACHER'S NAME: ALAN REYES CORONADO

COURSE: ENGLISH

LEVEL: BASIC 02

MEMBERS:

 GIANFRANCO BRYAN NICHO GONZALES


 LUIS ANGEL QUISPE AZALDE
 MARCOS BENJAMIN HUAMÁN ARAUJO
 WILLLIAMS JESUS TASAYCO ZAMUDIO

CALLAO-BELLAVISTA

2019
CONVERSATION

Context (In front of the CIUNAC)

(Bryan is reunited with Marcos)

BRYAN: Hey!. Hi Marcos. To the times.

MARCOS: Who are you?

BRYAN: I'm Bryan. Your friend from elementary school. Remember me?

MARCOS: mmm ... Yes Bryan. How is it going?

BRYAN: Great. How about you?

MARCOS: I was living in Chile for three years.

BRYAN: What brings you back to Perú?

MARCOS: The family and job.

BRYAN: Now. Where do you live?

MARCOS: I live across from a tap ''PECSA'' on the corner of Tomas Valle Avenue and
Universitaria Avenue.

BRYAN: mmm ... I don't know. How do I get there?

MARCOS: Easy. To get to my house. Walk towards Venezuela Avenue. Take a bus up
to the corner of the Venezuela Avenue and Faucett Avenue. Get off the bus and cross
Faucett Avenue. Take another bus in front of the ''METRO'' of Faucett. Go straight to
the airport, then turn right on Tomas Valle Avenue. Go straight up to the corner of the
Tomas Valle Avenue and Universitaria Avenue. Get off the bus in the tap ''PECSA'',
cross Tomas Valle Avenue and you have arrived.

BRYAN: Ok, Any day I visit you.

MARCOS: Ok, Bryan. I have to going. Nice to see you friend.

BRYAN: Nice to see you too Marcos. Bye.


(Marcos retires and Luis enters the scene)
LUIS: What are you doing here Brayan?

BRYAN: Here waiting a the people for go play soccer.

LUIS: Oh no Brian! This is not where we agreed.

BRYAN: So, where is it?

LUIS: It is the other park that is beyond. Turning right, crossing the cellar on the
corner. Come on, Bryan, it's late.

BRYAN: Okey.Let's go Luis!

(Bryan and Luis go walking and meet Williams)


LUIS: Stop Bryan. That boy is coming towards us. It seems he is lost.

WILLIAMS: Hello friends, you could help me ,I'm lost.

LUIS: Of course friend.

WILLIAMS: Do you know how I can get to Minka?. My girlfriend is waiting for me in
that place.

LUIS: Listen out. You cross this avenue. Then you take that bus and you advance 8
blocks, you get off at the Argentina station and from there you can see the minka
shopping center.

WILLIAMS: okay, I cross this avenue. Then I take the bus and after 8 blocks, I get off
at the Argentina station and from there I can see the minka shopping center.

LUIS: Yes, correct. Good luck with your girlfriend.

WILLIAMS: Friends, if it does not bother you. Could you accompany me to take the
bus?
LUIS: Yes, there's no problem, we also go out there.

WILLIAMS: Then let's go, my girlfriend must be angry.

THE END
VOCABULARY

Avenue (noun): is important way of communication within a city.

Place (noun): Portion of space, real or imagined, in which something is placed.

Tap (noun): an immovable property where the Fuels are the object of reception,
storage and sale to the public.

Wait (verb): Is to stop the movement or action in a certain time until the arrival
or occurrence of something.

Nice (adjective): Is the person who is friendly in the deal and produces a good
impression.

Job (noun): It is a set of activities that are carried out in order to reach a goal,
solve a problem and obtain money.

Live (verb): Spend the life or part of it in a certain place.

Know (verb): The action refers to a knowledge or experience of something.

Cellar (noun): It is the space where the reception, storage and movements of
materials, raw materials and semi-finished products are executed.

Towards (prep.): Indicates the direction of a movement.

Elementary school (noun): Basic education, basic education, elementary


education, primary education, basic studies.

Beyond(prep.): Indicates a place away from the speaker, but with less precisión.

Seems(verb): Being a probable thing seems that it will snow.

Bother(verb): Person, animal or thing that causes loss of tranquility or well-


being or that makes someone uncomfortable