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English - анимация

 
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Man: Excuse me, can you tell me what time the next bus to Fairview is due?
Woman: Well, we've just missed one. The next one should be along in about 15 minutes.
Man: OK, thanks. And how long does it take to get there?
Woman: Around half an hour usually, but it depends on the traffic. It can be very heavy at this time of day. 30 minutes later – in a traffic jam
Man: That's better. I thought we were going to be stuck in that traffic jam all day!
Woman: Yes, it's not far now. Is this your first trip to Fairview?
Man: Yes. I'm visiting some friends.
Woman: That's nice. Oh, this is my stop. Have a good day.
Man: You too, thanks.
Hi. I'm on holiday in the south of Spain. This is the story of how I got here … It all started a week ago.
My flight was scheduled to leave at one forty, so I made sure I was at the airport a couple of hours before.
After checking in my baggage, I went through the security checks before making my way to the gate, where I had to show my boarding pass.
The plane took off right on time. The flight took two and a half hours.
During the flight, I played games on my computer, and the flight attendant brought us some drinks.
I flew in economy class, but luckily it wasn't too crowded. Finally, we landed in Malaga.
After going through customs and immigration, I went directly to the baggage claim area to collect my suitcase.
I then took a taxi to the hotel — and here I am. Cheers!
Receptionist: Good afternoon. Welcome to the Westcliff Hotel. How may I help you?
Guest: I have a reservation for today. It's under the name of Langham.
Receptionist: Can you please spell that for me, sir?
Guest: Of course. It's L-A-N-G-H-A-M.
Receptionist: Ah yes, Mr. Langham. We've reserved a double room for you with a sea view for two nights. Is that correct?
Guest: Yes, that's right.
Receptionist: Here's your key. You are in Room 237 on the second floor. You can take the lift or the stairs over there.
Guest: Right. And what time is breakfast?
Receptionist: Breakfast is served from 7 to 9 in the dining room.
Guest: Ok, thanks.
Receptionist: My pleasure, sir. Have a wonderful stay at the Westcliff Hotel.
If you already have a basic level of general English, but want to improve your ability to communicate in everyday business or professional situations in an effective yet enjoyable way, then English for Business and Tourism is just the course for you!
Each of the fifteen lessons begins with a fully animated dialogue.
The dialogues present the key language you need to communicate effectively in a wide range of common business situations.
The situations include: - booking a flight - checking in to a hotel - hiring a car - meeting and greeting people - selling a product - visiting a trade fair - taking part in a job interview - using the telephone Each dialogue is complemented by:
- a quiz to test your comprehension
- a listen and repeat activity to help you improve your pronunciation and intonation
- a role play where you will have the opportunity to use the key language in a simulated dialogue
- a series of questions for you to answer about the lesson topic
- a listening comprehension passage related to the topic of the lesson All the audio material has been recorded by professional voice actors with authentic British or American accents.
MP3 audio versions of the dialogues and listening passages are also provided, and each lesson comes with a ten-page downloadable PDF workbook, which contains:
- a full transcript of the dialogue
- language notes explaining key grammar and vocabulary points
- a word list featuring definitions of the vocabulary used in the lesson
- language exercises - a crossword - a word search puzzle
SCRIPT A: You don't look very happy today. What's the matter?
B: Oh, nothing.
A: Come on now. Tell me what's wrong.
B: There's nothing wrong. I'm quite all right thank you.
A: Look, something's obviously worrying you. Why don't you talk to me about it? I'll help, honestly.
B: Well ....
A: Come on. You know you can trust me. Tell me all about it. You'll really feel much better if you get it off your chest.
B: All right then. DESCRIPTION English idioms are sometimes difficult to understand.
This series uses animated dialogues to illustrate the meaning of some common English idioms.
Air Hostess: Hello sir. Would you like anything to drink?
Passenger: Yes, I'll have a coffee please. Black with no sugar.
Air Hostess: There you are.
Passenger: Thanks. How long will it be before we reach London?
Air Hostess: We're due to arrive at 6.30pm local time, so we still have about 3 hours before landing.
Passenger: Will you be serving any more food?
Air Hostess: Yes, around 90 minutes before we arrive. But I can get you a snack now if you like.
Passenger: No, that's OK. Thanks.
Air Hostess: No problem. Just let me know if you need anything else.
Passenger: I will. Thank you.
A: You seem to be really struggling today, Gail.
B: I know. I slept very badly last night and I’m feeling a bit tired.
A: Well, it’s only two more weeks before we run in the London marathon. You’ll need to be on top form.
B: Yes, I’ve been meaning to talk to you about that.
A: I hope you’re not getting cold feet. We’ve been training for months now.
B: No, I’m sure I’ll be fine.
A: Who was that?
B: My mother.
A: Oh. What did she want?
B: Just a chat. I'm her only son, you know.
A: Hmm.
B: Actually, she was feeling a bit lonely, so I, er, invited her for the weekend.
A: What! Oh Simon! You could have talked to me about it first.
B: What have you got against my poor old mother?
A: She's always interfering. C: This soup needs a bit more salt.
B: Well, she won't be interfering this weekend. She isn't coming.
A: You mean you haven't invited her for the weekend?
B: No, of course I haven't. I was just pulling your leg. A: Grr. Uh!
 
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Animated English — My Daily Routine  https://www.youtube.com/watchv=CN19WrsJkGw
In this video for learners of English, a web designer describes his daily routine
TRANSCRIPT
I usually wake up at seven o’clock, except on Sundays when I like to sleep in.
The first thing I do after getting up is have a shower.
After my shower I get dressed and have breakfast.
I normally have milk and cereal with a cup of coffee.
When I have finished breakfast, I always clean my teeth.
Most days, I leave the house at 7.45 and walk to the subway station, which is two minutes from my flat.
I usually take the subway because it’s quicker, but sometimes I catch the bus.
From nine to five, I work in an office. If I’m busy,
I have a sandwich at my desk for lunch, otherwise I go to the nearby coffee shop with a colleague.
After sitting in front of a computer screen for most of the day,
I need to get some exercise, so after work I always go the gym.
In the evening, I like to relax by listening to some music with a glass of wine.
I rarely go out during the week, but on Saturdays I often go to the movies with my girlfriend.
I usually go to bed at 10.30, but if I’m tired, I go to bed earlier.
One thing I never do is drink coffee in the evening. It stops me from sleeping!
 
Видео-анимация (интервью, и т.д.)
 
English Speaking for Everyday - Анимация с субтитрами English Speaking Course - YouTube
 
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