Battle 1 

Listening and Reading (American)

Part 1

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01  1  ATM

2  BMW

3  TV

4  PC

5  DJ

6  www

02  Hello, I’m Tony.

You aren’t in my class.

I’m not a student.

Are you in number 5?

Sorry, what’s your name? 

You’re in class 2.

03  - Where's she from?

- She’s from England.

- Is he from England, too?

- No, he isn't. He’s from Canada.

- Is the concert tomorrow?

- Yes, it is. It’s at seven.

- Let’s go!

04  - Where are you from?

- I’m from Mexico.

 

- Where is Sao Paulo?

- It’s in Brazil.

 

- Where’s she from?

- She’s from Peru.

 

- Is he from Korea?

- No, he isn’t.

 

- Is it good?

- Yes, it’s great.

 

- Are you from Vietnam?

- No, I’m not.

 

- Where’s he from?

- He’s from London.

 

- Where’s Bilbao?

- It’s in Spain.

05  - Are you on vacation?

- Yes, I am.

- Great! Where are you from?

- I’m from Osaka in Japan.

 

- Mmmm. Look. It’s pho!

- Pho? What is it?

- It’s Vietnamese food. And it’s very good.

 

- Look. Coldplay!

- They’re good. Are they American?

- No, they aren’t.

- Oh. Where are they from?

- They’re British.

06  - What’s your address?

- My email?

- No, what’s your address?

- Oh, OK. It’s 48 Lake Street.

- 48 Lake Street.

- Right.

- Great. Thanks.

 

- What’s your number?

- My home number or my cell phone number?

- Uh, your cell phone number.

- It’s 203-868-5174.

- Sorry, can you repeat that, please?

- Yes. It’s203...

- 203...

- 868...

- Uh-huh

- 5174.

- 203-868-5174. Thanks.

 

- Excuse me, Mr. Wang, what’s your first name?

- My first name?

- Yes.

- Uh...it’s Shuhao.

- Oh, how do you spell it?

- S-H-U-H-A-O.

- S-H-U-H-A-O.

- Right.

 

- Welcome to Phone House. How are you, sir?

- Good, thanks. A phone card, please.

- OK. What’s your zip code?

- My zip code?

- Yes. What’s your zip code, please?

- Uh, it’s 12345.

- 12345. Really?

- Yes, really.

07  - Hi, Bob. Where are you?

- Hello, Tom. I’m in my car. Uh, what’s your address?

- It’s 503 State Street.

- Excuse me?

- 03 State Street.

- Oh. It isn’t 503 Lake Street.

- No, it isn’t. Are you lost?

- Yes, I am.

- Look at this picture.

- Who is he?

- He’s my friend.

- Wow! He’s very good-looking. What’s his name?

- Adam.

- Is he married?

- No, he isn’t.

- How old is he?

- He’s twenty-six.

- What’s his number?

- Excuse me, Mr. Wang, what’s your first name?

- My first name?

- Yes.

- Uh...it’s Shuhao.

- Oh, how do you spell it?

- S-H-U-H-A-O.

- S-H-U-H-A-O.

- Right.

- Welcome to Phone House. How are you, sir?

- Good, thanks. A phone card, please.

- OK. What’s your zip code?

- My zip code?

- Yes. What’s your zip code, please?

- Uh, it’s 12345.

- 12345. Really?

- Yes, really.

08  - Good morning.

- Hello. I’m Eva Flores. I have a reservation.

- How do you spell your last name?

- F-L-O-R-E-S.

- Excuse me?

- F-L-O-R-E-S.

- Thank you.

09  - What’s your name?

- My name’s James.

- How do you spell it?

- J-A-M-E-S.

- Where are you from?

- I’m from England.

 

- What’s your name?

- My name’s Natasha.

- How do you spell it?

- N-A-T-A-S-H-A.

- Where are you from?

- I’m from New York, in the United States.

 

- What’s your name?

- My name is Franco.

- How do you spell it?

- F-R-A-N-C-O.

- Where are you from?

- I’m from Argentina.

 

- What’s your name?

- My name is Barbara.

- How do you spell it?

- B-A-R-B-A-R-A.

- Where are you from?

- I am from New York.

10  - How old are you?

- I’m 18.

- Your friend is very good-looking. How old is he?

- He’s 29.

- Liz, what’s your last name?

- It’s Thomas.

- Look. It’s Sarah.

- Who’s Sarah?

- She’s my teacher.

- Hi, Sam. How are you?

- I’m good, thanks.

- Are you from Vietnam?

- No, I’m not.

- Where’s he from?

- He’s from London.

- Where’s Bilbao?

- It’s in Spain.