Урок №39 Английский язык по методу доктора Пимслера

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Lis­ten to this con­ver­sa­tion.
A — Miguel, wait, where are you going?
B — I have to go into the city I have to buy a few things for my wife.
A — Are you going to take the sub­way?
B — Yes, my wife needs the car.
A — Do you have time for cof­fee first?
B — Maybe. How late are the stores open tonight?
A — Until nine o’clock.
B — Then I do have time for cof­fee.

A friend of mine is com­ing to vis­it.

He’s from Mex­i­co.

But he’s lived here for three years.

What’s your friends name?

Fil­ipe Mar­tinez. His name is Fil­ipe Mar­tinez.

We are going to have lunch togeth­er.

At the Park Avenue restau­rant.

Some­times I eat there.

And some­times I eat at home.

First

First we are going to have lunch.

And then we are going to a depart­ment store.

T‑shirt.

My friend wants to buy a t‑shirt.

For his son.

First he’s going to buy a t‑shirt.

And then we are going to have a glass of wine.

Fil­ipe always drinks red wine.

He nev­er drinks beer.

How are you going into the city?

By sub­way?

By sub­way or by taxi?

By sub­way, of course.

I often take the sub­way.

Say that taxis are faster.
Taxis are faster.

But they are more expen­sive.

I’m going to buy a t‑shirt.

Do you need a car?

No, I can walk.

The store isn’t far.

And I often walk there.

I don’t need the car today.

We can both go by car.

We can go into town togeth­er.

You can buy the t‑shirt

And then

We can have a glass of wine togeth­er.

Let’s have a glass of wine togeth­er.

Let’s go into town togeth­er.

Why not?

How late?

How late do you want to stay in town?

Until six o’clock.

Then let’s go by sub­way.

Here’s a let­ter for you.

Here’s a let­ter for you.

For me?

Yes, a let­ter for you.

It’s from Mex­i­co.

Oh, the let­ter is from a Mex­i­can col­league.

What’s your colleague’s name?

Miguel. Miguel Rodriguez.

The let­ter is from Miguel.

He and his wife are com­ing to vis­it.

His wife’s name is Ele­na.

They live in Guadala­jara.

He’s lived there for two years.

And she’s lived there for five years.

They speak Eng­lish, don’t they?

Yes, of course. They both speak Eng­lish very well.

But some­times we speak Span­ish togeth­er.

When are they com­ing?

They are com­ing

On Mon­day

They are com­ing on Mon­day.

They are com­ing on Mon­day.

But they arrived in the Unit­ed States.

Yes­ter­day morn­ing.

How long are they going to stay?

For two days.

They are com­ing on Mon­day.

They’re arriv­ing

They’re arriv­ing

They are arriv­ing on Mon­day.

At five o’clock.

They are both arriv­ing on Mon­day at five o’clock.

At what time are they arriv­ing?

At five o’clock, I think.

At ten to five.

At ten to five.

They’re arriv­ing at ten to five.

No, at twen­ty to five.

At five to five.

At ten to five.

At twen­ty to five?

Or at ten to five?

Mr. and Mrs. Rodriguez are arriv­ing at twen­ty to five.

Here’s the let­ter.

Tues­day

Do you have time on Tues­day?

What would you like to do?

What would you like to do on Tues­day.

Why don’t we go to the Gar­den cafe?

I often go there with my friends.

How late is the cafe open?

Until eleven o’clock.

Ok, let’s go to the Gar­den cafe.

On Tues­day.

With you col­league and his wife.

We can go by sub­way.

Or we can walk.

It’s twen­ty to six.

Do you have time for a cup of cof­fee?

Of course.

I have to leave now.

First I have to buy a t‑shirt.

For my lit­tle girl.

And then I have to buy some wine.

How long are the stores open?

Until eight o’clock, I think.

Then I don’t have much time.

See you on Tues­day.

Here’s a let­ter for you.

It’s a let­ter from Maria.

From whom?

From Maria. She’s a col­league of mine.

She’s com­ing to vis­it.

When?

She is arriv­ing on Mon­day.

At twen­ty to three.

No, at ten to three.

First she is com­ing to New York.

And then she is going to Wash­ing­ton.

Is her hus­band com­ing too?

No, he’s going to stay home.

He’s going to stay home.

With the younger daugh­ter.

How long is your col­league going to stay?

She is stay­ing until Tues­day.

Here’s the let­ter.

But I don’t under­stand the let­ter. I don’t under­stand Span­ish.

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      Вы молодец, я уже по второму кругу иду.

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