Урок №38 Английский язык по методу доктора Пимслера

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Lis­ten.
A — Oh, hi, Susan! How are you?
B — I’m fine, thanks. And you?
A — Not bad. Where are you going?
B — I’m going to see some friends, Maria and Fil­ipe Mar­tinez. They are both from Mex­i­co but they’ve lived here for a few years now.
A — They live here in the city? Where?
B — On East 52nd street. Do you want to walk there with me?
A — You are going to walk? Why don’t you take a taxi?
B — Taxis are too expen­sive and I like to walk.

New York city.

There’s a col­league of mine.

A col­league of yours?

What’s your colleague’s name?

His name is Fil­ipe Mar­tinez.

He is Colom­bian.

And his wife is from Mex­i­co.

His wife’s name is Maria.

But I don’t know her.

They live in the Unit­ed States now.

They’ve lived here for two years now.

Both

They both lived here for two years.

No, wait.

She arrived lat­er.

He’s lived here for two years.

He’s lived here for two years.

But she’s lived here

She’s lived here for one year.

His wife has lived here for one year.

How long has she lived here?

For one year.

They’ve lived here for one year.

Togeth­er.

They both speak Eng­lish very well.

But some­times

Some­times we speak Span­ish togeth­er.

What’s your colleague’s name?

Felipe, his name is Felipe.

And his wife’s name is Maria.

She’s lived here for one year.

They both live in Wash­ing­ton DC.

Some­times I go to Wash­ing­ton.

Because my col­league lives there.

Why don’t we go to the Gar­den cafe?

We can have some cof­fee.

Or a glass of wine.

All right, I like the gar­den cafe.

I often go there.

I often go to the Gar­den cafe.

We can walk there.

Or we can take a taxi.

But my car is at home.

We can walk or take a taxi.

Or we can take the sub­way.

We can take the sub­way.

The sub­way is fast.

And it’s not expen­sive.

In the city I some­times take the sub­way.

And I often walk.

But my car is at home.

We can take the sub­way.

Yes, of course.

Of course, we can take the sub­way.

Do you want to take the sub­way?

Not today.

Today I’d like to walk.

Of course.

We can walk to the cafe.

And we may have a glass of wine.

And then

I have to go to a depart­ment store.

I want to buy a few things.

For my son.

The old­er one or the younger one?

The younger one.

The old­er one doesn’t need any­thing.

Do you want to go to the store with me?

Of course, I do.

I often go to the depart­ment store.

On Park Avenue.

How far is it?

How late?

How late are the stores open?

Until eight o’clock.

How late are the stores open?

Until ten o’clock.

Some­times they are open until ten o’clock.

Then we have a lot of time.

Would you like to have some­thing to drink first?

First

Would you like to have some­thing to drink first?

Yes, of course.

Of course I would.

I’d like to have some­thing to drink first.

Then why don’t we go to the Gar­den Cafe?

Wе can walk.

Or we can take a sub­way.

Or a taxi.

But my car is at home.

Today my wife needs the car.

Why?

Because a friend is com­ing to vis­it.

A friend of yours?

Yes, a friend from Mex­i­co.

What’s your friend’s name?

Ani­ta Lopez. Her name is Ani­ta Lopez.

I don’t think you know her.

Her hus­band is com­ing to vis­it too.

He’s Mex­i­can.

For ten years.

And she’s lived in Mex­i­co.

She’s lived in Mex­i­co for ten years.

They both speak Eng­lish very well.

When did they arrive in the Unit­ed States?

They arrived last night.

They have to go to Boston.

But want to see New York first.

They both want to see New York.

What time is it?

It’s three o’clock.

Three o’clock? Then I have to leave.

Why?

I have to go to a depart­ment store.

How late are the stores open?

Today they are open until six o’clock.

I’d like to go with you.

I have to buy a few things.

For my friends in Mex­i­co.

Of course, we can go togeth­er.

Do we have time for cof­fee first?

All right. Why don’t we take a taxi?

I often take the sub­way.

But today we can take a taxi.

It’s more expen­sive, but it’s faster.

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  1. Аватар
    Olga

    Thanks a lot! Вторая 30 уроков проходит медленнее, но всё очень интересно. Как говорится: медленно но верно.

  2. Аватар
    Анна

    Добрый день! В начале упражнения в строчке «They both lived here for two years.» опечатка, говорит диктор правильно, а написано не совсем точно :) нужно
    “They’ve both lived here for two years”

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