23. JEENA IS GOING AWAY
Debby: Hallo, Amy.
Amy: Hallo, Debby. I’m sorry about the mess. Jeenagoing away. She’s packing her things now.
Debby: Oh, I see. Where’s she going?
Amy: She’s going to Devon, to stay with our parents. Oh, here she.
Jeena: Hallo, Debby. How nice to see you!
Debby: Hallo, Jeena.
Amy: You must hurry, Jeena. It’s late. Where’s your ticket?
Jeena: I have it in my pocket.
Amy: You may lose it. Put it in your bag.
Jeena: All right.
Amy: Where’s your suitcase?
Debby: It’s very nice.
Jeena: Oh, it n’t my suitcase. It’s Amy’s.
Debby: you taking that backpack, Jeena? It’s lovely.
Jeena: Yes, it. But it n’t my backpack, it’s Alan’s.
Amy:your suitcase packed?
Jeena: Yes, all my thingspacked. But I can’t close my suitcase. It’s too full.
Amy: Let’s sit on it. Here, it’s closed now.
Debby: You ought to lock it, Jeena.
Jeena: I can’t lock it.
Amy: Why? Wherethe key?
Jeena: It’s lost, Iafraid.
Amy: you sure? What’s that key on the radio?
Jeena: What? Where? Oh, of course, that’s the key… Here we. Now the case locked.
Amy: you ready now, Jeena? Alan’s waiting in the car.
Jeena: Iready. But wheremy scarf?
Amy: Jeena, you really must hurry. It’s late. Your trainin twenty minutes.
Jeena: But I can’t find my scarf.
Debby: Take my scarf, Jeena.
Jeena: Oh, Debby, can I really?
Debby: Yes, of course. Take it.
Jeena: Younice, Debby. Thank you. Good bye, Debby. Good bye, Amy.
Debby: Good bye, Jeena, and good luck.
ANSWER THE QUESTIONS.
WhereJeena going? – Shegoing to Devon.
Whyshe going there? – Shegoing to stay with her parents.
Whose suitcaseshe taking? – Shetaking Amy’s suitcase.
Whose backpackshe taking? - Shetaking Alan’s backpack.
her suitcase packed? - Yes, it .
Why can’t she lock it? – Because the keylost.
24. A DRIVING LESSON
Alan: Careful, Amy, we're driving to a crossroads. Look at that big car! It’s going to turn right.
Amy: Yes, I can see that.
Alan: Now it’s turning. So slow down a little.
Amy: All right.
Alan: Well, it’s turned (=turned) the corner now. The roadclear, you can accelerate.
Amy: Oh, good.
Alan: Oh no, not so fast. Wecoming to a level crossing.
Amy: The gatesclosed. Oh, bother. I’m stopped(?), I suppose. Now then, where’s my lipstick?
Alan: Look Amy, a mancoming. Hegoing to open the gates. Get ready to go.
Amy: But I can’t find my lipstick.
Alan: Never mind your lipstick! Look, the manopening the gates.
Amy: All right, Iready.
Alan: You can go now. Heopened them.
Amy: Really, Alan. You needn’t tell me that.
Alan: But you mustn’t go fast here. Those childrengoing to cross the road, I think.
Amy: Yes, you’re right. Theycrossing it now.
Alan: You can accelerate again. Theycrossed over.
Amy: No, I can’t. I must stop.
Alan: Why? What’s wrong?
Amy: I really must find my lipstick, Alan.
LISTEN AND REPEAT
Careful, Amy. That big cargoing to turn right. Slow down.
It’s just turned (=turned) the corner now. You can accelerate.
Wecoming to a level crossing now. You must stop at the gates.
The manopened the gates. Get ready to go.
25. PORRIDGE IS GOOD FOR YOU
Amy: Whereyou, Alan?
Alan: Iin the bathroom.
Amy: What? you still having your bath?
Alan: No, I’m finished. I’m shaving now.
Amy: You must hurry, it’s late. Oh, here youat last.
Alan:breakfast ready? What’re you cooking?
Alan: Porridge…Must I have porridge? What about some tomato juice?
Amy:Porridgegood for you, darling. Here, eat your porridge. You can have some tomato juice later. And I’ve fried (=fried) some bacon and eggs for you.
Alan: Fine. you made any toasts?
Amy:Yes, I. Here you. Toasts, butter, marmalade, sugar and here’s your porridge.
Alan: What about your breakfast, Amy?
Amy:I’ve had (=had) my breakfast, thank you, darling.
Alan: you had your porridge today?
Amy:Well…no, I n’t. I’ve only had tea and toast.
Alan: Oh, Amy, but you must have your porridge. Porridgegood for you
LISTEN AND REPEAT
I’m in the bathroom. I’m shaving.breakfast ready?
Yes, I’ve cooked (=cooked) some porridge.
you made any toast? - Yes, I .
you had breakfast? - Yes, I .
you had any porridge today? - No, I n’t.
ANSWER THE QUESTIONS.
Amy had breakfast? – Yes, she.
she had any bacon and eggs today? – No, she n’t.