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Friday, October 5, 2012

LISTEN CAREFULLY U1-U8

LISTEN CAREFULLY UNIT1-UNIT8
UNIT 1

NUMBER


ACTIVITY1    
- five – seventeen - twenty-seven  - eighty-nine  - seven -  thirty - thirty-nine  - fifty-one  - eighty
- one hundred and twenty - three hundred and forty-nine  -  hundred and nine  -  four hundred and eleven   - five hundred and seventy-nine   - six hundred and fourteen - seven hundred and thirty-two  - nine hundred and twenty-five
- one thousand and three  - one thousand and twelve - one thousand one hundred and twenty -
one thousand three hundred and seventy-six  -  one thousand five hundred and thirty-nine  -
one thousand six hundred and thirty -  one thousand seven hundred and eighty  -  one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine - one thousand nine hundred and five



ACTIVITY2
You will hear seven numbers. Circle the numbers you hear.
1 twenty-two
2 one hundred and ninety
3 thirteen
4 one thousand and ten
5 seventy
6 one hundred and fifty-one
7 one thousand five hundred and fifty nine

ACTIVITY3
Listen to the prizes in a lottery. What were the winning numbers? Circle the correct number for each prize.
And here are the prizes in the lottery. Has everybody got their tickets? Good. Well, the seventh prize is ticket number one hundred and fifteen. A hundred and fifteen. The sixth prize is.. . number one thousand seven hundred and seventy. One thousand seven hundred and seventy. The fifth prize goes to ticket number nineteen, nineteen. Now, let’s see who’ll win the fourth prize.
Mmmm. . it looks like, yes, number three hundred and nine. Three hundred and nine is the lucky number. Now, we have three more prizes. OK. The third prize goes to ticket number fifty-nine. Fifty-nine. Right, and second prize goes to ticket number one thousand nine hundred and ninety. Who has ticket number one thousand nine hundred and ninety in second place? Finally, the first prize. The lucky first prize winner is ticket number forty. Number forty wins the first prize!



TELEPHONE NUMBER
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oh eight three oh, nine four one, double five seven oh one, three oh eight, double three seven eight oh two seven four, three double eight two six oh five one, four three, three seven eight oh six one, three five two, two eight double nine eight six, four five one, two eight three oh two one, six one six, seven four two five oh four six two, six two three, seven two eight


ACTIVITY2


You will hear nine telephone numbers. Tick the numbers you hear.
1- 313597
2- 743678
3- 018087688
4- 051923092
5- 045764332
6- 0419045308
7- 06891789
8- 339279
9- 04255781


ACTIVITY3
Listen to people asking Directory Enquiries for telephone numbers for the places below. Write down the correct numbers.
I
A Directory enquiries, which town please?
B Oxford.
A What name?
B I’d like the number of the John Radcliffe hospital, please.
A John Radcliffe hospital. The number’s Oxford 64711
B Thank you.
2
A Directory enquiries, which town please?
B Birmingham.
A What name?
B The Odeon Cinema, please.
A Odeon Cinema. Yes, The number’s 021 930 2738
B Thanks, bye.
3
A Directory enquiries, which town please?
B Manchester, please.
A What name?
B Could I have the number for the Shangri-La restaurant?
A Shangri-La, yes. . . the number is 061 439 4576
4
A Directory enquiries, which town please?
B London.
A What name?
B London University, please.
A University of London. The number’s 01 388 0542
B Thank you.
6
A Directory enquiries, which town please?
B Bristol, please.
A What name?
B I’d like the number for County Hall.
A County Hall. Bristol 88070

7
A Directory enquiries, which town please?
B Edinburgh
A What name?
B British Airways office.
A British Airways, yes, the number’s 031 897 4567.
B Thank you. Bye.
                                                                               





ACTIVITY4


Listen to people telephoning the places below. Did they dial the right number or not? Tick the correct box, right or wrong.
1 Let me see. The number for the restaurant is 0439 7889.
2 Now, the number for the Central Library is 35946.
3 The number for the Inland Revenue is 40811.
4 I’ll call the bookshop. The number is 01 636 1577.
5 British Caledonian. That’s 0759 41112.
6 The number for Kim’s Food Store is 021 876 3804.


ACTIVITY5


Listen to people asking for the addresses of these places. Tick the correct address.
1 A What’s the address of American Express?
B It’s 89 Mount Street.
2 A Could I have the address of Asia Pacific Travel, please?
B The address is 103 Waterloo Road.
3 A Do you have the address of Black and Decker?
B Yes, their address is 623 Holloway Road.
4 A I wonder if you could give me the address of Gulf House?
B Yes, the address is 2 Portman Street, WI.
5 A What’s the address of Pan American, please?
B It’s 193 Piccadilly.
6 A Where’s the Eastman Dental Hospital?
B It’s at 256 Grays Inn Road.

 
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Listen to people giving their addresses. Complete the missing information.
1
A What’s your address?
B Three hundred and thirteen Cumberland Avenue.
2
A Whereabouts on University Drive do you live?
B At six hundred and fifteen, flat nineteen.
3
A Could I have your address, please?
B Yes, I live at 59 Wellington Street.
4
A Could you give me your address?
B Yes, it’s Grant Street. A hundred and nine Grant Street.
5
A You live on Judd Street, don’t you?
B Yes, I’m at two hundred and six Judd Street, flat fifteen.
 

UNIT 2:

NAMES


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Some of the people from Activity I will give their names. Number the names you hear from 1 -8.

I My name’s Short. Bill Short.
2 I’m Fiona Thomas.
3 Tina Johnson.
4 My name’s Gray.
5 I’m Kim Richmond.
6 My name’s Gloria Simpson.
7 Heather Jones is my name.
8 I’m David Smith.


ACTIVITY5


Listen to people opening bank accounts. Write down their names.
I
A Could I have your name, please?
B My surname’s Asada, A-S-A-D-A.
A And your first name, please?
B It’s Tosh. That’s T-O-S-H.
2
A Your name please, madam?
B My first name’s Monika.
A Is that M-O-N-I-C-A?
B No. M-O-N-I-K-A.
A Right. And your last name, please?
B Manning. M-A-double-N-I-N-G.
3
A What’s your surname, please sir?
B Gass. That’s G-A-double-S.
A And could I have your first name?
B Karl. K-A-R-L.
4
What is your first name please, madam?
B Sophie. S-O-P-H-I-E. And my surname is Jacobs.
A J-A-C-O-B-S?
B Yes.
5
A Could I have your name please?
B Yes, my surname’s Kirkby.
A How do you spell that?
B Oh, it’s K-I-R-K-B-Y. And my first name’s Gerald.
G-E-R-A-L-D.
6
A May I have your surname, please?
B La Tuille.
A Is that two words?
B Yes. L-A and new word T-U-I-double-L-E.
A And your first name?
B Francine. F-R-A-N-C-I-N-E.
7
A What’s your name please, sir?
B Forsythe. F-O-R-S-Y-T-H-E. And my first name’s Richard.
A That’s R-I-C-H-A-R-D.
8
A Could I have your name please, madam? B Yes, my last name’s Pennington. P-E-double-N-I
N-G-T-O-N.
A And your first name?
B Martha. M-A-R-T-H-A


 

ACTIVITY6


Listen. Did the bank clerk write down these people’s names correctly? Put a tick beside their name if they are spelled correctly. Correct the names with the wrong spelling.
1 Your name’s Jessie Bowman. That’s J-E-S-S-I-E B-O-W-M-A-N.
2 That’s Trisha Everett. T-R-I-S-H-A E-V-E-R-E-T-T.
3 And you’re Seichi Shimamoto. That’s S-E-I-C-H-I  S-H-I-M-A-M-O-T-O.
4 And your name is spelt C-A-R-L-A M-E-S-T-A-N-Z-A.
5 Did I spell your surname correctly Miss Hazzard? That’s H-A-Z-Z-A-R-D?
6 Now, your name is spelt F-E-R-N-A-N-D-O G-O-M-E-Z?
7 Could I just check your name? That’s R-O-B-E-R-T C-O-H-E-N.
8 Mr Bradley Metcalfe. That’s B-R-A-D-L-E-Y M-E-T-C-A-L-F-E.
 
ACTIVITY7



What are these people’s titles and initials? Listen and complete the guest register for a hotel.
1
A Is that Miss Agrabanti?
B That’s Doctor Agrabanti. Dr P M Agrabanti.
2
A Would that be Mrs Foster?
B Ms Foster please. Ms K Foster.
3
A Is that Mr Corpuz?
B Yes. Mr M P Corpuz
4
A Is that Mrs Kato?
B Miss K Kato, please.
5
A Is that Mrs Blackburn?
B Dr Blackburn, actually.
A And your initials, please?
B JD.
6
A Your initials please, Miss Chun?
B CC.
A It is Miss Chun, isn’t it?
B That’s right.
7
A What are your initials, please?
B DV.
A And is that Dr Lange?
B Mr, thank you.

8 A Is that Ms Corrigan?
B Mrs, please.
A And your initials Mrs Corrigan?
B B
 
MEETING PEOPLE


ACTIVITY1
A
I Good morning. How are you today?
2 Nice day, isn’t it?
3 How was your weekend?
4 Hi. How’s everything?
5 Hello. My name’s Pat.
6 What did you say your name was?
7 Nice to meet you.
8 How do you do?
9 How’re you doing?
10 See you later.
11 Have a nice day.
B
Fine, thanks
Yes, lovely.
Great. And yours?
Oh. OK thanks.
Mine’s Jenny. Hello.
Richard. Richard Deakin.
Yes. You too.
How do you do?
Not too bad.
Yeah, OK.
You, too.


ACTIVITY2


Activity 2 (40)
Listen and tick the best reply to each sentence.
I Did you say your name was Pat?
2 How have you been?
3 Nice to meet you.
4 How do you do?
5 How are things with you?
6 My name’s Amir.
 
 PLACES
ACTIVITY1
Activity 1 (45)
You will hear the names of some British counties. Tick the counties you hear.
1 Berkshire
2 Cornwall
3 Durham
4 Gwent
5 Lancashire
6 Tayside
7 Strathclyde
8 West Glamorgan



ACTIVITY2


These people are American. Where are they from? Listen and tick the correct state.
1
A You’re from Pueblo, are you? That’s in Colorado, not Utah, isn’t it?
B That’s right.
2
A I’m from Wayne.
B Oh. Is that in Indiana or Ohio?
A In Indiana,
3
A So you’re from Springfield. Where’s that? In Iowa or Illinois?
B Illinois!
4
A I’m from Birmingham.
B That’s in Alabama, not Georgia, isn’t it?
A Yeah.
5
Harrisburg? That must be in Pennsylvania or West Virginia.
B Pennsylvania, not West Virginia.
6
A Where is Prescott? New Mexico?
B No, in Arizona.
A Oh, of course.
7
A I’m from Great Falls. Do you know where that is?
B I guess Montana or North Dakota.
A Montana.
8
A I’m from Salem.
B That’s in Idaho, not Washington, isn’t it?
A Neither. It’s in Oregon.



ACTIVITY3


Where are these people living now? Listen and tick the correct city or country.
I I’ve just moved from London to Manchester.
2 Oh, I’m still in Paris. I’m moving to New York next year.
3 Well, I lived in Tokyo before I moved to Hong Kong.
4 Yeah, I just moved from Dallas to St Louis.
5 I’m still living in Barcelona. I decided not to move to Madrid.
6 You know, I used to live in Italy before I moved to France.
7 I don’t live in Mexico any more. I’m in Ecuador.
8 No, I’ve never lived in Cambridge. I’ve always lived here in Oxford.
 
ACTIVITY4


Listen to the students in a class introduce themselves. How many students come from each of the areas below
1- I’m Claude, from Hawaii.
2- I’m Azizah. I come from Malaysia.
3- My name is Celine. I come from Argentina.
4- I’m Alice. I’m from Tanzania.
5- I’m Hans, from Holland.
6- I’m Bashir. I come from Saudi Arabia.
7- I’m Marie-Hélène. I’m from Switzerland.
8- I’m Daeng. I come from Thailand.
9- I come from Kenya. My name is Said.
10- I’m Su, from Taiwan.
 

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