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  1. 1. Giao trinh DVD2-VOL 1, xem thu truoc 255/ 511 trang DVD 2 - Vol 1 LEARN REAL ENGLISHĐat mua sach tai : http://xmen1903.com (Dt : 0937 31 88 55)
  2. 2. Đat mua sach tai : http://xmen1903.com (Dt : 0937 31 88 55) DVD 2. LEARN REAL ENGLISH TABLE OF CONTENTS VOLUME 1 Pages Introduction 01 Welcome Guide 02 01. Earthquakes Conversation 06 Earthquakes MS 09 Earthquakes POV 26 Earthquakes Vocabulary 30 02. Trip To Washington Conversation 40 Trip To Washington MS 45 Trip To Washington POV 62 Trip To Washington Vocabulary 65 03. The Wedding Conversation 77 The Wedding MS 82 The Wedding POV 98 The Wedding Vocabulary 101 04. Grateful Dead Conversation 112 Grateful Dead MS 117 Grateful Dead POV 134 Grateful Dead Vocabulary 137 05. Grandmother Conversation 146 Grandmother MS 150 Grandmother POV 168 Grandmother Vocabulary 171
  3. 3. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55)06. Hitchhiking In Europe Conversation 182 Hitchhiking In Europe MS 188 Hitchhiking In Europe POV 205 Hitchhiking In Europe Vocabulary 20807. Moving As A Child Part 1 Conversation 221 Moving As A Child Part 1 MS 224 Moving As A Child Part 1 POV 240 Moving As A Child Part 1 Vocabulary 24308. Moving As A Child Part 2 Conversation 252 Moving As A Child Part 2 MS 256 Moving As A Child Part 2 POV 277 Moving As A Child Part 2 Vocabulary 28009. Parents Conversation 293 Parents MS 296 Parents POV 313 Parents Vocabulary 31610. Burning Man Conversation 326 Burning Man MS 330 Burning Man POV 348 Burning Man Vocabulary 35111. Ticket On The Train Conversation 364 Ticket On The Train MS 367 Ticket On The Train POV 382 Ticket On The Train Vocabulary 38512. New School Year Conversation 397 New School Year MS 400 New School Year POV 419 New School Year Vocabulary 422
  4. 4. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55)13. Music Festival Part 1 Conversation 430 Music Festival Part 1 MS 434 Music Festival Part 1 POV 450 Music Festival Part 1 Vocabulary 45314. Music Festival Part 2 Conversation 465 Music Festival Part 2 MS 469 Music Festival Part 2 POV 487 Music Festival Part 2 Vocabulary 490 VOLUME 215. Assisted Living Conversation 501 Assisted Living MS 503 Assisted Living POV 522 Assisted Living Vocabulary 52516. Visit To San Francisco Part 1 Conversation 536 Visit To San Francisco Part 1 MS 539 Visit To San Francisco Part 1 POV 555 Visit To San Francisco Part 1 Vocabulary 55717. Visit To San Francisco Part 2 Conversation 567 Visit To San Francisco Part 2 MS 570 Visit To San Francisco Part 2 POV 588 Visit To San Francisco Part 2 Vocabulary 59118. Las Vegas Part 1 Conversation 600 Las Vegas Part 1 MS 603 Las Vegas Part 1 POV 620 Las Vegas Part 1 Vocabulary 623
  5. 5. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55)19. Las Vegas Part 2 Conversation 630 Las Vegas Part 2 MS 635 Las Vegas Part 2 POV 655 Las Vegas Part 2 Vocabulary 65820. Chile Conversation 668 Chile MS 672 Chile POV 689 Chile Vocabulary 69221. Nepal Part 1 Conversation 698 Nepal Part 1 MS 702 Nepal Part 1 POV 718 Nepal Part 1 Vocabulary 72122. Nepal Part 2 Conversation 731 Nepal Part 2 MS 735 Nepal Part 2 POV 751 Nepal Part 2 Vocabulary 75423. Dating Conversation 767 Dating MS 772 Dating POV 787 Dating Vocabulary 78824. Drunk Driving Conversation 801 Drunk Driving MS 805 Drunk Driving POV 821 Drunk Driving Vocabulary 82425. Teaching-Teacher 1 Conversation 834 Teaching-Teacher 1 MS 838 Teaching-Teacher 1 POV 847 Teaching-Teacher 1 Vocabulary 850
  6. 6. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55)26. Teaching-Teacher 2 Conversation 856 Teaching-Teacher 2 MS 861 Teaching-Teacher 2 POV 872 Teaching-Teacher 2 Vocabulary 87527. Lookout Mountain Conversation 878 Lookout Mountain MS 883 Lookout Mountain POV 889 Lookout Mountain Vocabulary 89228. Vegetarian Conversation 896 Vegetarian MS 900 Vegetarian POV 907 Vegetarian Vocabulary 91029. Vegan Conversation 917 Vegan MS 921 Vegan POV 928 Vegan Vocabulary 93130. Health Care Conversation 939 Health Care MS 943 Health care POV 950 Health Care Vocabulary 952
  7. 7. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) IntroductionHello. This is Kristin and this is Joe ... we wanted to take a moment to welcome you to the Learn RealEnglish Family and to tell you a little about the lessons.Now these lessons are based on real, authentic English conversations that Joe and I have had with eachother and our friends... and also with my mom. These are actual conversations that we’ve had so you willbecome familiar, more familiar, with real spoken English.So youll hear Kristin and I in the conversations and also doing the lessons. Youll also hear our friend AJHoge from Effortless English. Hes done some of the lessons as well.Okay, so now a little bit about the lessons . . . Each lesson set has a conversation, a vocabulary lesson and amini-story lesson for you to listen to. And weve also included the text for each of these, in case you want toread along as you listen.The key to Learn Real English is deep learning. The best way to use these lessons is to listen to one lessonset at a time. You should spend at least one week on each lesson set. Now remember… one lesson set hasa conversation, a vocabulary lesson and a mini-story lesson in it. So listen to the lesson set every day for atleast one week before moving on to the next set. Even if the lesson set is easy, you should still continue forone week. And if after a week the lesson set is difficult, continue listening until you have a basicunderstanding. Also, you want to be sure that you do the lesson sets in order because the ones at the endare more difficult.Weve included a welcome guide that has more instructions. So please read it before you start listening tothe lessons. And if you have any questions or comments about the lessons you can go to our discussionboard. It’s at www.EffortlessEnglishForums.com.Okay, so now you’re ready to start. Thanks for joining the Learn Real English family. And good luck with thelessons. But most importantly, make sure you have fun. Bye.© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 1
  8. 8. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Welcome GuideGetting Started:1. Go to the Forums and Register now: http://www.EffortlessEnglishForums.com Click “Register” Create a Username and Password Introduce yourself to other members. Ask questions.2. Download the first lesson set.3. Read “How To Use The Lessons” below: How To Use The Lessons:Welcome To Learn Real English! You now have a link to the download page. Save the email and link. Donot lose it. It is the only way you can download each lesson set. You are only able to click on the link up to 9times. Therefore, try to download all of the lessons at one time and then save them on your computer. Thatway you will always have them.Each lesson set has a real conversation, a vocabulary lesson and a mini-story lesson for you to listen to. Andweve also included the text for each of these, in case you want to read along as you listen. All lessons in aset have the same name. These lessons go together. Every day, listen to all the lessons in ONE lesson SET(all the lessons with the same name). You will listen to only one set for a week or more. This is veryimportant. You will only improve quickly if you follow this method-- one lesson set everyday-- the samelesson set every day for a week (or more).What kind of lessons are in each set, and how should you use them?*A Text Article (Adobe .pdf file) Read the article. Do not “study” it. Don’t try to memorize it. Just read it a couple of times each day and review new words. Use a dictionary to translate difficult words, if necessary.*Vocabulary Lesson (MP3) Just listen. Don’t try to memorize the words.*Mini-Story Lesson (MP3) This is the most powerful lesson. First time, just listen. Then, listen and pause after each question. Answer each question loudly in English, then play again. Dont worry if you dont understand everything. Don’t worry about mistakes. www.LearnRealEnglish.com 1 Page 2
  9. 9. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Welcome Guide In the Mini-Story, Joe & AJ will do only three things:1. They will make a statement. After a statement, just say, “Ahhhh” or “Ohhhh”.2. They will ask a question that you know the answer to. Just answer the question. You dont need to answer with a sentence. You can answer with only one or two words.3. They will ask a question that you don’t know the answer to. Guess. Yell a guess immediately.4. Again, you can guess with just one (or a few) words. Saying a correct and exact answer is not important. The most important thing is speed. Try to answer very quickly (remember, one word is fine). Speed is your goal. You want short fast answers, not long answers! In the beginning, this may be difficult. Thats OK. Use your pause button. Listen to this lesson many times every day for at least a week. The Mini-Story is the MOST IMPORTANT LESSON in the Learn Real English system. Listen to these lessons the most. Authentic Audio Conversation (MP3):*Just listen. Relax and enjoy. Listen to it several times each day for at least a week. Your goal is to understand 100% instantly and automatically. Suggested Lesson Order (Every Day Using The Same Set):1. First, read the Conversation Text article. Read and review it, do not “study” it. Dont try to memorize it.2. Listen to the Conversation a few times.3. Listen to the Vocabulary Lesson several times.4. Listen to the Mini-Story a few times. Learning Schedule: www.LearnRealEnglish.com 2 Page 3
  10. 10. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Welcome GuideLearn Real English is a deep learning system. You will learn each lesson very well. You will relax, go slowlyand learn to speak English easily and automatically.The best study schedule is as follows: *Study one lesson set for a week or more. That’s right, only one set for at least a week. If you get bored, make a game with the Mini-Story lessons - Try to answer each question faster and faster. *Everyday, listen to all of the lessons in the lesson set. Try to listen to each lesson (in the set) at least two times every day. *Listen at least one hour every day. Two hours every day is best. It’s OK to divide your time during the day. For example, you might listen 30 minutes in the morning, 30 minutes going to work, 30 minutes during lunch, 30 minutes going home, and 30 minutes before going to sleep. In fact, this is an excellent way to learn. *Relax :) Do not think about grammar rules. Just listen to the lessons and enjoy them. *Start with the first lessons (at the top of the list). Even if the lessons seem easy, listen to only one set for a full week. You might know the words very well, but you need them to go deep into your brain. You need a lot of repetition and a lot of answering questions. If the lessons seem easy, try to answer the questions very quickly - make it a game. If the lessons seem difficult - just relax. You can listen to one lesson set for 4 weeks or 10 weeks if necessary. Dont worry about doing a lot of lesson sets. This is not important. Relax and focus on understanding. Go slowly. You will improve a lot, even if you listen to only one lesson set for 10 weeks! The Learn Real English Forum (part of the Effortless English Club Forum):Meet your new family! As a user of The Learn Real English System, you can join our Forum. The Forum is aplace to meet other members (as well as members from Effortless English Club). This is a bonus for users ofThe Learn Real English System. www.LearnRealEnglish.com 3 Page 4
  11. 11. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Welcome Guide**Go to the Forum at: http://www.EffortlessEnglishForums.comUse the Forum to meet other English speakers from all over the world. Schedule Skype discussions withother members. Share opinions, suggestions, and information. Make new friends.**You will be asked to login. Click “Register” and create an account. Later, you will login with the username and password you created.Good luck and enjoy The Learn Real English System,Kristin Dodds & Joe WeissDirectors of Learn Real English, LLC www.LearnRealEnglish.com 4 Page 5
  12. 12. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) 1.EARTHQUAKES Earthquakes Conversationcheck this out: listen to Joe: Hey, check this out. Y’know what Eric asked me when I got into work thisthis morning?I have no idea: I do not Kristin: I have no idea, what’d he ask you?know Joe: He asked me if I felt the earthquake last night.you’ve gotta be kidding: Kristin: Earthquake? You’ve gotta be kidding, I didn’t feel an earthquake.you cannot be serious Joe: I know, that’s what I said. He told me it actually woke him up last night. Y’know… Kristin: What? Joe: …yeah, it was like, it went, it happened at like, uh, 4:42 in the morning. So we must’ve been sleeping. But I mean, it’s possible that, y’know, even if we had been awake we might not have felt it because, y’know, maybe it, uh, wasn’t felt, y’know,pullin’ my leg: making ajoke by lying to someone this far north. But, uh, I, I mean I thought he was pullin’ my leg when he first talkedand pretending the lie is about it.truefar-fetched: unbelievable Kristin: Well, I guess it’s not so far-fetched considering we live on a major fault line here. Joe: Yeah, but actually I think this earthquake was, uh, on a different fault line, um, because, y’know, Eric lives, uh, just, uh, south of San Jose… Kristin: Yeah.due east: exactly east of Joe: …and, uh, the earthquake he said was due east of San Jose, so he wassomeplace obviously a lot closer to the epicenter than we were. So, I d-, I’m not even sure itepicenter: the middle of was felt here.an earthquake Kristin: Yeah, that makes sense. Well, y’know, I’ve experienced quite a few earthquakes in the past several years but I’ve been living here a little over two years, I’ve, I think I’ve only experienced one here. It was really strange, too, I was, um, each, I should say each earthquake has been a completely different experience. But the one I, the one I felt here, I was standing outside a restaurant talking to AJ andall of a sudden: right another friend and all of a sudden it just felt like, this shift. It’s really hard to explain,away with no warning but it made me think of, like, a cartoon, like how, in the cartoon, like buildings might just shift to the right and then shift right back. www.LearnRealEnglish.com 1© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 6
  13. 13. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Conversation Joe: Yeah, without falling. Kristin: Yeah, without falling. And I, I had no idea what was going on for a few minutes afterwards. And then I realized, oh that must have been an earthquake. Joe: Yeah, you know what I usually notice, the times that I’ve been at home, here… Kristin: Yeah. Joe: …and, uh, there’s been an earthquake? It’s almost as if there’s this really big train, or like a gigantic Mack truck going by. And, uh, suddenly I start to hear the heater shaking. And, um, it’s like, the noise is like, uh, is loud for like a second and then it’s gone, so… Kristin: That’s so… Joe: …it’s really weird, y’know, it’s almost like the first couple’a times I felt it, I wasn’t even aware it was an earthquake while it was happening. Kristin: Well, that’s so funny you say that because one that I experienced in Bangkok, it actually was after the tsunami and so later I found out that it was, it was,aftershock: an um, aftershock from the tsunami. But anyway, I was in a building up on the ninthearthquake that happens floor and suddenly, uh, there was all this rattling. And I’m thinking to myself, it, it just,right after another it, it was so irrational. I’m thinking to myself, god, there’s like a train going by and Iearthquake can’t believe that this building is shaking so much from the train [laugh]. It… And of course a train wouldn’t have made a building, or at least me up on the ninth floor, feel something to that effect. And I think it happened about two times. And it… That one wasn’t until several days later when I was talking to people and they were like, “Ohit dawned on me: I didja feel the earthquake?”. Then it dawned on me, oh, that was an earthquake. Itremembered; I realized was… Joe: Yeah, I know. It’s, uh, it’s crazy how when you’re not used to feeling them you can think it’s something else.totally: definitely Kristin: Yeah, yeah totally.a while: a long time Joe: I mean, I’ve been livin’ here for a while now and I’ve definitely felt my share ofit’s a given: there is no earthquakes. I mean, y’know, when you live here it’s a given that you’re gonnadoubt experience earthquakes. You just hope that you’re not gonna be here for the big one, www.LearnRealEnglish.com 2© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 7
  14. 14. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Conversation y’know… Kristin: [laugh] Yeah, right. Joe: When I first moved here, it was, uh, about five years after the Loma Prieta earthquake, which was a very big earthquake here. And, um, there are a lot of people who lived here who I met who had actually been living in the area when theperspective: what earthquake hit. So it was interesting to get their perspective…someone thinks aboutsomething Kristin: Oh. Joe: …and, uh, it also like made me remember where I was when I heard about theWorld Series: the Loma Prieta earthquake. I was watching the World Series on TV. And, uh, y’know,championship games inAmerican baseball it was, uh, taking place in San Francisco. So, uh, as I’m watching it suddenly the announcer starts, uh, uh, saying, “Wow, I think we’re feeling an earthquake here.”.taking place: happening And the cameras started shaking. And, uh, all of a sudden the TV coverage cut out.cut out: no longer was So, uh, y’know, I wanted to get a rundown on what happened. So I turned to theable to be seen news station and, uh, within a few minutes they were discussing this giganticrundown: information earthquake that had hit San Francisco. And they started showing pictures, uh, maybe thirty minutes later, of these people who were, uh, trying to weed through the rubbleweed through: to look ordig through of these buildings that had been, like, coming down. So, I mean, it was… Kristin: Oh, wow.I’ll tell you what: that is Joe: …it was pretty scary, I’ll tell you what…for sure Kristin: Yeah. Joe: …y’know. Kristin: Yeah, well, um, you know the three months I was living in Japan I experienced two. Both of those were very different, uh, very different from the one I’d experienced here and also very different from the one in Bangkok. But one of ‘em, I was actually up in my apartment, which was on the fifth floor of a building. And I was woken up at about 5 o’clock in the morning to the building swaying. And because, uh, earthquakes are like a dime a dozen in Japan, they, they’ve built a lot of theira dime a dozen: verycommon buildings to absorb the shock. So that’s why it was swaying, it was really, it was asurreal: unreal very surreal feel. www.LearnRealEnglish.com 3© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 8
  15. 15. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Mini-Story LessonHello, welcome to the mini-story lesson for the conversation titled “Earthquakes.” Let’s get started with thestory.* * * * *Luke lives in San Francisco.Luke can eat fifty eggs in one hour. Luke told his friend George. George thought this seemedfar-fetched. He thought that Luke was pulling his leg.“You’ve gotta be kidding,” he said to Luke.So Luke bet George $100 that he can eat fifty eggs in one hour.Luke ate fifteen eggs in the first ten minutes then all of a sudden the ground started to shake. Therewas an earthquake due east of San Francisco. Luke was not surprised because earthquakes are adime a dozen in San Francisco.“When you live in San Francisco, it’s a given that you will feel an earthquake,” said Luke.“Totally,” said George.Then Luke ate the rest of the eggs in twenty-two minutes so George had to give him $100.* * * * *Okay, so that’s our story. Now I will start at the beginning of the story and as I read the story I will askquestions and as always, please answer the questions out loud. If you need a little more time then you canpause your iPod or your mp3 player and take as much time as you need to answer the questions. Of course,if you just feel like listening to the questions and not answering them, that’s fine as well.Okay, so here we go.* * * * *Luke lives in San Francisco.Does Luke live in San Francisco?Yes, he does. Luke lives in San Francisco. www.LearnRealEnglish.com 1© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 9
  16. 16. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Mini-Story LessonWho lives in San Francisco?Luke. Luke lives in San Francisco.Does Larry or Luke live in San Francisco?Luke does. Luke lives in San Francisco.Does Larry live in San Francisco?No, Larry doesn’t live in San Francisco.Where does Luke live?San Francisco. Luke lives in San Francisco.Does Luke live in New York or San Francisco?San Francisco. He lives in San Francisco.Does Luke live in New York?No, Luke doesn’t live in New York.Does Luke live in San Francisco?Yes, yes, that’s correct. Luke lives in San Francisco.Luke can eat fifty eggs in one hour.Can Luke eat fifty eggs in one hour?Yes, he can. I mean that sounds like a lot of eggs but he can do it. He can eat fifty eggs in one hour.What can Luke do?Well, he can eat fifty eggs in one hour. www.LearnRealEnglish.com 2© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 10
  17. 17. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Mini-Story LessonCan Luke eat fifty eggs in one hour or read a book in one week?He can eat fifty eggs in one hour.Can Luke read a book in one week?No, no, Luke’s not reading a book in one week.Who can eat fifty eggs in one hour?Luke. Luke can eat fifty eggs in one hour.Can Luke’s brother Stanley eat fifty eggs in one hour?No, no, Stanley.Can Luke eat fifty eggs in one hour?Yes, he can. Luke can eat fifty eggs in one hour.What can Luke eat in one hour? Can he eat fifty eggs or two pieces of bread?Fifty eggs, he can eat fifty eggs in one hour.How many eggs can Luke eat in one hour?Well, he can eat fifty. He can eat fifty eggs in one hour.Can he eat fifty or sixty eggs in one hour?Fifty, he can eat fifty eggs in one hour.How much time does it take Luke to eat fifty eggs?Well, it takes him one hour. He can eat fifty eggs in one hour.Can Luke eat fifty eggs in one hour or ten minutes?One hour. He can eat fifty eggs in one hour. www.LearnRealEnglish.com 3© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 11
  18. 18. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Mini-Story LessonCan Luke eat fifty eggs in one hour?Yes, he can. Luke can eat fifty eggs in one hour.Luke told his friend George.Did Luke tell his friend George?He certainly did. Luke told his friend George.What did Luke do?That’s right, he told his friend George.Did Luke eat some eggs or tell his friend George?He told his friend George.Who told his friend George? Did Luke’s brother Stanley tell George?No, it wasn’t Stanley.Did Luke tell George?Yes, he did. Luke told George.Who did Luke tell? Did he tell his mother?No, he didn’t tell his mother.Did he tell George?Yes, yes, that’s correct. He told George.What did Luke tell George? Did he tell him the score of the football game?No, that’s not what he told him.Did he tell him that he can eat fifty eggs in one hour? www.LearnRealEnglish.com 4© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 12
  19. 19. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Mini-Story LessonHe certainly did, that’s what he told him.Did Luke tell George that he can eat fifty eggs in one hour?Yes, he did. That’s what he told his friend George.George thought this seemed far-fetched.Did George think this seemed far-fetched?Yes, he did. George thought this seemed far-fetched.What did George think? Did he think that it was going to rain?No, George didn’t think that it was going to rain.Did he think that it seemed far-fetched?Yes, yes, he did. He thought it seemed far-fetched.Did he think that it seemed believable?No, he didn’t think that it seemed believable. Far-fetched does not mean believable.Did he think that it seemed unbelievable?Yes, yes, he did. George thought that this seemed far-fetched, which is the same thing as saying that hethought that it seemed unbelievable.What did George think was far-fetched? Did he think that Luke being able to eat fifty eggs in one hour wasfar-fetched?Yes, yes, that’s correct. That’s what he thought was far-fetched or unbelievable.Did George think that Luke could eat fifty eggs in one hour?No, he didn’t. He thought that it seemed far-fetched or unbelievable. www.LearnRealEnglish.com 5© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 13
  20. 20. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Mini-Story LessonWho thought that it seemed far-fetched? Did Luke think that it seemed far-fetched?No, Luke didn’t think that it seemed far-fetched.Did George think that it seemed far-fetched?Yes, yes, he did. George thought this seemed far-fetched.Did George think that it seemed unbelievable?Yes, he did. He thought it seemed far-fetched or he thought it seemed unbelievable. Far-fetched meansunbelievable.He thought that Luke was pulling his leg,Did he think that Luke was pulling his leg?Yes, he did. He thought that Luke was pulling his leg.What did he think Luke was doing?Pulling his leg, he thought that Luke was pulling his leg.Did he think that Luke was pulling his leg or biting his hand?Pulling his leg, he thought that Luke was pulling his leg.Did he think that Luke was pulling his leg?Yes, he did. He thought that Luke was pulling his leg.Did he think that Luke was making a joke by lying to him and pretending that the lie was true?Yes, yes, he did. When someone is said to be pulling your leg, that person is making a joke by lying to youand pretending that the lie was true. So that’s what he thought Luke was doing.Who thought that Luke was pulling his leg? Did George or Leo think that Luke was pulling his leg?George. George thought that Luke was pulling his leg. www.LearnRealEnglish.com 6© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 14
  21. 21. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Mini-Story LessonDid George think that Luke was pulling his leg?Yes, he did, he thought that Luke was pulling his leg.Who did he think was pulling his leg? Did he think that Luke’s mother was pulling his leg?No, he didn’t think Luke’s mother was doing it.Did he think that Luke was pulling his leg?Yes, Luke, he thought Luke was pulling his leg.Did George think that Luke was making a joke by lying to him and pretending that the lie was true?Yes, he did. He thought that Luke was making a joke by lying to him and pretending that the lie was true,which is the same as saying he thought that Luke was pulling his leg.“You’ve gotta be kidding,” he said to Luke.Did he tell Luke that he’s gotta be kidding?Yes, yes, that’s exactly what he said. He said to Luke “You’ve gotta be kidding.”Did he tell Luke that he cannot be serious?Yes, yes, he did. He said, “You’ve gotta be kidding,” which is the same thing as saying you cannot beserious.Who told Luke he’s gotta be kidding? Did Stanley tell him?No, it wasn’t Stanley.Did George tell Luke he’s gotta be kidding?Yes, that’s correct. George told Luke he’s gotta be kidding.Did George tell Luke that he cannot be serious? www.LearnRealEnglish.com 7© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 15
  22. 22. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Mini-Story LessonYes, he did. Remember you’ve got to be kidding is the same thing as saying you can’t be serious.Why does George think that Luke has gotta be kidding?Well, he does not think that George can eat fifty eggs in one hour.Does George think that Luke can eat fifty eggs in one hour?No, no, he doesn’t. He said to him “You’ve gotta be kidding,” which means he did not think that what Lukesaid was true. And Luke had told him that he can eat fifty eggs in one hour. And then that’s when Georgesaid, “You’ve gotta be kidding.”So Luke bet George $100 that he can eat fifty eggs in one hour.Did Luke bet George $100 that he can eat fifty eggs in one hour?Yes, he did. Luke bet George $100 that he can eat fifty eggs in one hour.Okay, so what did Luke do?Well, he bet George $100 that he can eat fifty eggs in one hour.Who bet George $100? Did Luke or Stanley bet George?Luke did. Luke bet George.Did Stanley bet George?No, Stanley didn’t bet George.Did Luke bet George?Yes, he did. Luke bet George, he bet him $100.How much money did Luke bet George?One hundred dollars, he bet him $100.Did Luke bet George $500? www.LearnRealEnglish.com 8© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 16
  23. 23. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Mini-Story LessonNo, he didn’t bet him that much money.Did Luke bet George $100?Yes, that’s correct. He bet him $100.Who did Luke bet? Did Luke bet George or Stanley?Well, he bet George. He made a $100 bet with George.What did Luke bet George? Did he bet him that he can bake a cake?No, he didn’t bet him that he can bake a cake.Did Luke bet him that he can eat fifty eggs in one hour?Yes, he did. That’s what he bet him. He bet him that he can eat fifty eggs in one hour.How many eggs does Luke have to eat to win the bet? Does he have to eat fifty eggs or one hundred eggs?Fifty eggs, he has to eat fifty eggs in order to win the bet.How much time does Luke have to eat the fifty eggs? Does he have one hour or one day to eat the eggs?Well, he has one hour to eat the eggs.If Luke eats twenty eggs in one hour, does he win the bet?No, he doesn’t. He has to eat fifty eggs in one hour in order to win the bet.If Luke eats twenty eggs in one hour, does George win the bet?Yes, he does. If Luke eats twenty eggs in one hour, that means that Luke loses the bet and George wins thebet.Luke ate fifteen eggs in the first ten minutesDid Luke eat fifteen eggs in the first ten minutes? www.LearnRealEnglish.com 9© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 17
  24. 24. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Mini-Story LessonYes, he did. He ate fifteen eggs in the first ten minutes.What did Luke do in the first ten minutes?Well, he ate fifteen eggs.Did Luke eat ten pieces of bread or fifteen eggs?Fifteen eggs, he ate fifteen eggs.Did Luke eat ten pieces of bread?No, he didn’t eat any bread.Did Luke eat fifteen eggs?Yes, he did. He ate fifteen eggs.Who ate fifteen eggs in the first ten minutes?Luke did. Luke ate fifteen eggs in the first ten minutes.Did George or Luke eat fifteen eggs in the first ten minutes?Luke did. Luke ate fifteen eggs in the first ten minutes.Did Will Smith eat fifteen eggs in the first ten minutes?No, it wasn’t Will Smith.Did Luke eat fifteen eggs in the first ten minutes?Yes, that’s correct. Luke ate fifteen eggs in the first ten minutes.How much time did it take Luke to eat fifteen eggs? Did it take him thirty minutes?No, it didn’t take him that long.Did it take Luke ten minutes to eat fifteen eggs? www.LearnRealEnglish.com 10© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 18
  25. 25. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Mini-Story LessonYes, that’s correct. It took him ten minutes. Luke ate fifteen eggs in the first ten minutes.then all of a sudden the ground started to shake.Did the ground start to shake all of a sudden?Yes, yes, it did. All of a sudden the ground started to shake.What happened?Well, the ground started to shake all of a sudden.Did the ground start to shake or a tree start to fall?The ground started to shake.Did a tree start to fall?No, a tree didn’t start to fall.Did the ground start to shake all of a sudden?Yes, that’s correct. The ground started to shake all of a sudden.Did the ground start to shake right away?Well, yes, it did, because it started to shake all of a sudden.Did the ground start to shake without any warning?Yes, yes, it did. It started to shake all of a sudden, which is the same as saying it started to shake right awayand without any warning.Did the ground start to shake all of a sudden?Yes, yes, it did. All of a sudden the ground started to shake. www.LearnRealEnglish.com 11© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 19
  26. 26. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Mini-Story LessonThere was an earthquake due east of San Francisco.Was there an earthquake due east of San Francisco?Yes, there was. There was an earthquake due east of San Francisco.What was there? Was there an earthquake or a rainstorm?An earthquake, there was an earthquake.Where was the earthquake?Due east of San Francisco, the earthquake was due east of San Francisco.Was the earthquake east of San Francisco?Well, yes, yes, it was. It was due east of San Francisco which is the same thing as saying it was east of SanFrancisco.Was there an earthquake due east of San Francisco?Yes, there was. There was an earthquake due east of San Francisco.Luke was not surprisedSo was Luke surprised?No, he wasn’t. He was not surprised.Who was not surprised? Was Will Smith not surprised?No, we’re not talking about Will Smith here.Was Luke not surprised?Yes, that’s correct. Luke was not surprised.What was Luke not surprised about? Was he not surprised that gas prices increased? www.LearnRealEnglish.com 12© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 20
  27. 27. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Mini-Story LessonNo, that’s not it.Was he not surprised that there was an earthquake?Yes, that’s correct. He was not surprised. He was not surprised that there was an earthquake.because earthquakes are a dime a dozen in San Francisco.Are earthquakes a dime a dozen in San Francisco?Yes, they are. Earthquakes are a dime a dozen in San Francisco.Okay, so what are a dime a dozen in San Francisco? Are red cars or earthquakes a dime a dozen in SanFrancisco?Earthquakes are. Earthquakes are a dime a dozen in San Francisco.Are red cars a dime a dozen in San Francisco?No, not red cars.Are earthquakes a dime a dozen in San Francisco?Yes, they are. Earthquakes are a dime a dozen in San Francisco.Are earthquakes very common in San Francisco?Yes, that’s correct. Earthquakes are a dime a dozen in San Francisco, which is the same thing as sayingearthquakes are very common in San Francisco. A dime a dozen means very common.Why was Luke not surprised? Was he not surprised because earthquakes are a dime a dozen in SanFrancisco?Yes, yes, that’s true. He was not surprised because earthquakes are a dime a dozen in San Francisco.Was Luke not surprised because earthquakes are very common in San Francisco? www.LearnRealEnglish.com 13© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 21
  28. 28. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Mini-Story LessonYes, that’s true, that’s why. Luke knew that earthquakes are a dime a dozen in San Francisco so he wasn’tsurprised when he felt an earthquake, because he knows earthquakes are a dime a dozen or thatearthquakes are very common in San Francisco.“When you live in San Francisco, it’s a given that you will feel an earthquake,” said Luke.Is it a given that you will feel an earthquake when you live in San Francisco?Yes, it is, that’s what Luke has said.Is it doubtful that you will feel an earthquake when you live in San Francisco?No, it’s not doubtful, it’s a given and when something is a given that means that there is no doubt about it.Is there any doubt that you will feel an earthquake when you live in San Francisco?No, there isn’t. There is no doubt, it’s a given. It’s a given means that there is no doubt.Is it a given that you will feel an earthquake if you live in New York?No, not New York, we’re talking about San Francisco.Is it a given that you will feel an earthquake if you live in San Francisco?Yes, that’s correct. It’s a given that you will feel an earthquake when you live in San Francisco.What is a given when you live in San Francisco? Is seeing a red car or feeling an earthquake a given whenyou live in San Francisco?Well, feeling an earthquake is. It’s a given that you will feel an earthquake when you live in San Francisco.Does Luke believe that you will feel an earthquake if you live in San Francisco?Yes, he does. He said it’s a given that you will feel an earthquake.Does Luke have any doubt that you will feel an earthquake when you live in San Francisco?No, he has no doubt. He says it’s a given that you will feel an earthquake. www.LearnRealEnglish.com 14© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 22
  29. 29. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Mini-Story Lesson“Totally,” said George.Does George think that what Luke said is true?Yes, yes, he does. George said, “Totally,” which means definitely, so he was agreeing with what Luke said.Does George agree with what Luke said?Yes, he did. He said, “Totally,” which means definitely, I definitely think what you said is true is what hemeant.Does George think that it is a given that you will feel an earthquake when you live in San Francisco?Yes, yes, he did. He definitely agrees with Luke and Luke said that it’s a given that you will feel anearthquake when you live in San Francisco so that means George also thinks that.Then Luke ate the rest of the eggs in twenty-two minutesDid Luke eat the rest of the eggs in twenty-two minutes?Yes, he did, that’s what he did. Luke ate the rest of the eggs in twenty-two minutes.So what did Luke do?He ate the rest of the eggs in twenty-two minutes.Did Luke eat the rest of the eggs or watch the football game?He ate the rest of the eggs.Did Luke watch the football game?No, he didn’t watch the football game.Did Luke eat the rest of the eggs?He certainly did. He ate the rest of the eggs. www.LearnRealEnglish.com 15© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 23
  30. 30. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Mini-Story LessonWho ate the rest of the eggs?Luke did. Luke ate the rest of the eggs.Did George eat the rest of the eggs?No, George didn’t eat the rest of the eggs?How much time did it take Luke to eat the rest of the eggs?Twenty-two minutes. Luke ate the rest of the eggs in twenty-two minutes.Did it take him fifteen minutes or twenty-two minutes?Twenty-two minutes. It took him twenty-two minutes to eat the rest of the eggs.so George had to give him $100.Did George have to give him $100?He certainly did. George had to give him $100.What did George have to do?Well, he had to give him $100.Did George have to eat fifty eggs or give him $100?Give him $100. He had to give him $100.Who did George have to give $100 to?Luke, he had to give $100 to Luke.Did George have to give $100 to Bill Clinton or Luke?Luke, he had to give $100 to Luke.Did Luke have to give $100 to George? www.LearnRealEnglish.com 16© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 24
  31. 31. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Mini-Story LessonNo, he didn’t have to give him $100. George had to give Luke $100.How much money did George have to give to him?One hundred dollars, he had to give him $100.Did he have to give him $100 or $700?One hundred dollars.Why did George have to give him $100?Well, he had to give him $100 because Luke ate all fifty of the eggs in less than one hour.Did George lose the bet?Yes, yes, he did. George lost the bet because Luke ate all fifty of the eggs in less than one hour.Did Luke win the bet?Yes, he did. Luke won the bet because he ate all fifty eggs in less than one hour.* * * * *Okay, that brings us to the end of our story which means we have come to the end of the mini-story lesson forthe conversation “Earthquakes.” Now it’s your turn to tell the story by yourself. Remember you do not haveto memorize every word in the story but you should use the idioms that we went over. The idioms that weused were “far-fetched,” “pulling his leg,” “you’ve got to be kidding,” “all of a sudden,” “due east,” “a dime adozen,” “it’s a given,” and “totally.” Okay, so now tell the story on your own and remember, if you need tolisten to this lesson more times, you can do that.Okay, thanks a lot and we’ll see you next time. www.LearnRealEnglish.com 17© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 25
  32. 32. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes POV LessonHello and welcome to the point of view stories for “Earthquakes”. Im going to tell the same story from the“Earthquakes” mini-story lesson in a number of different ways. Each time I tell the story I’ll change the time inwhich the story is being told or I will change the person who is telling the story. So we’ll hear it from adifferent point of view. Let’s start by telling the story as if it is happening right now, or as we say, in thepresent. Okay.* * * * *Luke lives in San Francisco.Luke can eat fifty eggs in one hour. Luke tells his friend George. George thinks this seemsfar-fetched. He thinks that Luke is pulling his leg.“You’ve gotta be kidding,” he says to Luke.So Luke bets George $100 that he can eat fifty eggs in one hour.Luke eats fifteen eggs in the first ten minutes then all of a sudden the ground starts to shake. Thereis an earthquake due east of San Francisco. Luke is not surprised because earthquakes are a dime adozen in San Francisco.“When you live in San Francisco, it’s a given that you will feel an earthquake,” Luke says.“Totally,” George says.Then Luke eats the rest of the eggs in twenty-two minutes so George has to give him $100.* * * * *Okay, so that ends the story being told as if it is happening right now. Next let’s hear the story as if ithappened seven months ago.* * * * *Seven months ago Luke lived in San Francisco.Luke could eat fifty eggs in one hour. Luke told his friend George. George thought this seemedfar-fetched. He thought that Luke was pulling his leg.“You’ve gotta be kidding,” he said to Luke. www.LearnRealEnglish.com 1© Copyright 2009: Learn Real English, LLC Page 26
  33. 33. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes POV LessonSo Luke bet George $100 that he could eat fifty eggs in one hour.Luke ate fifteen eggs in the first fifteen minutes then all of a sudden the ground started to shake.There was an earthquake due east of San Francisco. Luke was not surprised because earthquakesare a dime a dozen in San Francisco.“When you live in San Francisco, it’s a given that you will feel an earthquake,” said Luke.“Totally,” said George.Then Luke ate the rest of the eggs in twenty-two minutes so George had to give him $100.* * * * *Okay, so that is the story as if its happening in the past or it’s already happened. Now let’s tell the story as ifit is happening in the future. So we think of the story happening, say, four years from now. Okay, here wego.* * * * *In four years Luke’s going to be living in San Francisco.Luke will be able to eat fifty eggs in one hour. Luke’s gonna tell his friend George. George’ll thinkthis seems far-fetched. He’ll think that Luke is pulling his leg.“You’ve gotta be kidding,” he’ll say to Luke.So Luke’s gonna bet George $100 that he’ll be able to eat fifty eggs in one hour.Luke’s gonna eat fifteen eggs in the first ten minutes then all of a sudden the ground will start toshake. There is going to be an earthquake due east of San Francisco. Luke’ll not be surprisedbecause earthquakes are a dime a dozen in San Francisco.“When you live in San Francisco, it’s a given that you will feel an earthquake,” Luke will say.“Totally,” George’ll say.Then Luke will eat the rest of the eggs in twenty-two minutes so George’ll have to give him $100. www.LearnRealEnglish.com 2© Copyright 2009: Learn Real English, LLC Page 27
  34. 34. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes POV Lesson* * * * *Okay so that’s the end of this version of the story, the version in which the story is in the future, where we talkabout events that are going to happen or events that will happen. Now, I’d like you to notice that instead ofsaying something like, “George will think.” we shorten it in normal conversation by saying, “George’ll think”.Basically we combine the words “George” and “will” into “George’ll.” This is more like how we would say itusing spoken English. But, say, in a text book you would be more likely to say / to see “George will” insteadof seeing “George’ll”. You also probably noticed that when we convert the word “can” into the future weusually say “is able to”. For example, “Luke can eat fifty eggs. “ is changed to, “Luke will be able to eat fiftyeggs.“Alright now let’s hear the story from Luke’s point of view. So this is the story that’s gonna be told by Luke.Okay, here we go.* * * * *I used to live in San Francisco.I could eat fifty eggs in one hour. I told my friend George. George thought that this seemedfar-fetched. He thought that I was pulling his leg.“You’ve gotta be kidding,” he said to me.So I bet George $100 that I could eat fifty eggs in one hour.I ate fifteen eggs in the first ten minutes then all of a sudden the ground started to shake. There wasan earthquake due east of San Francisco. I wasn’t surprised because earthquakes are a dime a dozenin San Francisco.“When you live in San Francisco, it’s a given that you will feel an earthquake,” I said.“Totally,” said George.Then I ate the rest of the eggs in twenty-two minutes so George had to give me $100.* * * * *Okay, so that’s our last story. Now, please listen to each version again and then after you listen to a version,try to tell the story to yourself. If you can’t do it, it’s okay. Just relax, go back, listen to it again and then makeanother attempt to tell yourself the story. Remember, you can listen to this every day until you feel www.LearnRealEnglish.com 3© Copyright 2009: Learn Real English, LLC Page 28
  35. 35. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes POV Lessoncomfortable. Okay, that’s all for our point of view stories for “Earthquakes”. We’ll see ya next time. www.LearnRealEnglish.com 4© Copyright 2009: Learn Real English, LLC Page 29
  36. 36. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Vocabulary LessonHi. Welcome to the vocabulary lesson for the conversation “Earthquakes.” In this conversation Joe and I aretalking about different earthquakes that we’ve both experienced.So let’s start with the conversation.* * * * *Joe starts off by saying, “Hey...”Now, hey…. This is just a filler word. It really has no meaning here except for Joe trying to get my attention.Joe goes on to say, “check this out.”Check this out. Check this out means listen to this. Check this out. An example of check this out would be:Scott said, “Check this out. I got two free tickets to the Rolling Stones concert.” Check this out.And Joe goes on to say, “Y’know what Eric asked me when I got into work this morning?”Y’know. This is short for you know. You won’t see this in written English but you will hear it in conversationalEnglish. Y’know.And then I say, “I have no idea, what’d he ask?”I have no idea, or have no idea. It means do not know. I do not know. For example: I have no idea how I’mgoing to make time each day to exercise. Have no idea.And then Joe says, “He asked me if I felt the earthquake last night.”Earthquake. This is when the ground shakes from natural causes.And then I say, “Earthquake? You’ve gotta be kidding, I didn’t feel an earthquake.You’ve gotta be kidding. Now gotta is short for got to. You’ve got to be kidding. This is something else you’llhear in conversational English but you won’t see it in written English. You’ve gotta be kidding. What thismeans is you cannot be serious. You’ve gotta be kidding. For example: When I told my mother that I hadwon $2 million, she said, “You’ve gotta be kidding.”And then Joe says, “I know, that’s what I said. He told me it actually woke him up last night.”Actually here is just really filler. It has no meaning. It’s not even needed in this sentence. www.LearnRealEnglish.com 1© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 30
  37. 37. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Vocabulary LessonAnd then Joe goes on to say, “Y’know...” And then I say, “What?” And Joe says, “yeah...”Yeah is casual or informal for yes.And Joe goes on to say, “it was like...”Like is just filler here. It also has no meaning. It’s not even needed in this sentence.And Joe says, “it went, it happened at like, uh...”Uh. This is filler as well. It has no meaning.And he goes on to say, “4:42 in the morning. So we must’ve been sleeping. But I mean...”I mean. This is filler so it also has no meaning. It’s not needed in this sentence.And Joe goes on to say, “it’s possible that, y’know, even if we had been awake we might not have feltit because, y’know, maybe it, uh, wasn’t felt, y’know, this far north. But, uh, I, I mean I thought he waspullin’ my leg when he first talked about it.”Pullin’ my leg. First of all, pullin’ is short for pulling. So you won’t see pullin’ in written English but you wouldhear it more in conversational English. Pullin’ my leg. Now this means making a joke by lying to someoneand pretending the lie is true. Pullin’ my leg. For example: When Chris said that he won $200,000 in LasVegas, I thought he was pullin’ my leg. Pullin’ my leg.And then I go on to say, “Well...”Well is just filler. It’s a filler word. It doesn’t have any meaning.And then I say, “I guess it’s not so far-fetched…”Far-fetched. This means unbelievable. Far-fetched. For example: When Chris said that he won $200,000 inLas Vegas, I thought it sounded far-fetched. Far-fetched.And I go on to say, “considering…”Considering meaning since.“we live on a major fault line here.” www.LearnRealEnglish.com 2© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 31
  38. 38. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Vocabulary LessonMajor fault line. A fault line is an area where a lot of earthquakes happen.Then Joe says, “Yeah, but actually I think this earthquake was, uh, on a different fault line, um,because, y’know, Eric lives, uh, just, uh, south of San Jose...”Now when I say um, you’ll hear um in a lot of conversations. But it’s not something that you would ever seein written English. But you’ll hear um, uh, a lot in conversations. San Jose. This is a city south of SanFrancisco.And then I go on to say, “Yeah.” And then Joe says, “and, uh, the earthquake he said was due east ofSan Jose...”Due east. This is exactly east of someplace. Due east. For example: Sacramento is a city that is due eastof San Francisco. Due east.And Joe goes on to say, “so he was obviously…”Or he was definitely.“a lot closer to the epicenter than we were.”Epicenter. This is the middle of an earthquake. Epicenter. An example of epicenter would be: Theepicenter of the earthquake was Los Angeles. So there was a lot of damage in that city. Epicenter.And Joe goes on to say, “So, I d-, I’m not even sure it was felt here.” And I say, “Yeah, that makessense. Well, y’know, I’ve experienced quite a few earthquakes in the past several years but I’ve beenliving here a little over two years...”Or a little more than two years.And I say, “I’ve, I think I’ve only experienced one here. It was really strange, too, I was, um, each, Ishould say each earthquake has been a completely different experience. But the one I, the one I felthere, I was standing outside a restaurant talking to AJ and another friend and all of a sudden it justfelt like...”All of a sudden. This is right away with no warning. All of a sudden. For example: I was driving my carwhen all of a sudden someone hit me. It happened so fast. All of a sudden.So I say,"all of a sudden it just felt like this shift.” www.LearnRealEnglish.com 3© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 32
  39. 39. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Vocabulary LessonOr change.“It’s really hard to explain, but it made me think of, like, a cartoon...”A cartoon is just animation.And I go on to say, “like how, in the cartoon, like buildings might just shift to the right and then shiftright back.” And Joe says, “Yeah, without falling.” And I say, “Yeah, without falling. And I, I had noidea what was going on for a few minutes afterwards. And then I realized...”Or I understood.“oh that must have been an earthquake.” And Joe says, “Yeah, you know what I usually notice...”Or he’s saying what I normally see.“the times that I’ve been at home, here...” And I say, “Yeah.” And Joe says, “and, uh, there’s been anearthquake. It’s almost as if there’s this really big train, or like a gigantic Mack truck going by.”Gigantic means very big or large. And Mack truck… This is just a kind of truck.And Joe goes on to say, “And, uh, suddenly…”Or right away.“I start to hear the heater shaking. And, um, it’s like, the noise is like, uh, is loud for like a second…”A second is a short time. 60 seconds makes one minute so it’s a very short time.And Joe says, “and then it’s gone, so...” And then I say, “That’s so...” And Joe says, “it’s reallyweird...”Weird, or strange.He goes on to say, “y’know, it’s almost like the first couple’a times I felt it...”Couple’a. This is short for couple of. So you won’t see this in written English but you’ll hear it inconversational English. Couple’a. Couple meaning two. www.LearnRealEnglish.com 4© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 33
  40. 40. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Vocabulary LessonSo Joe’s saying, "the first couple’a times I felt it, I wasn’t even aware it was an earthquake while itwas happening.”So he’s saying, I wasn’t even aware. I didn’t even know it was an earthquake while it was happening.And then I say, “Well, that’s so funny…”Now when I say that’s so funny, I’m not saying it’s really funny. I’m saying this because something Joe saidwas the same experience that I had. And that experience being not knowing there was an earthquake while itwas happening. He experienced that and I experienced it. So I’m saying wow, that’s so funny. Like that’s sofunny we both experienced this.And I go on to say, “that’s so funny you say that because one that I experienced in Bangkok, itactually was after the tsunami…”And I’m talking about the tsunami that hit Thailand, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, southeast India in December 2004.And I go on to say, “and so later I found out that it was...”So. Here this is a filler word. It has no meaning.And I say, “it was, um, aftershock from the tsunami.”Aftershock. This is an earthquake that happens right after another earthquake. Aftershock. An example ofaftershock would be: When I felt the aftershock of the earthquake, I ran outside. Aftershock.And I go on to say, “But anyway, I was in a building up on the ninth floor and suddenly, uh, there wasall this rattling.”Rattling is a kind of noise.And I go on to say, “And I’m thinking to myself, it, it just, it, it was so irrational.”Irrational. I’m saying, it wasn’t clear.And I go on to say, “I’m thinking to myself, god...”God is just showing emotion like I don’t believe. I don’t believe I’m hearing this.And I say, “there’s like a train going by and I can’t believe that this building is shaking so much from www.LearnRealEnglish.com 5© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 34
  41. 41. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Vocabulary Lessonthe train.” And I laugh, “It... And of course a train wouldn’t have made a building, or at least me upon the ninth floor, feel something to that effect.”Or feel something that much.And I go on to say, “And I think it happened about two times. And it... That one wasn’t untilseveral…”Several or many.“several days later when I was talking to people and they were like, oh didja feel the earthquake?”Didja. This is something you will hear in conversational English. It’s short for did you. You won’t see that inwritten English though.And I go on to say, “Then it dawned on me, oh, that was an earthquake. It was...”It dawned on me. This means I remembered or I realized. It dawned on me.And then Joe says, “Yeah, I know. It’s, uh, it’s crazy…”Or he’s saying it’s unbelievable.“how when you’re not used to feeling them you can think it’s something else.” And I say, “Yeah,yeah totally.”Totally here means definitely. For example: Sonia said that she totally felt the earthquake last night. Totally.And then Joe says, “I mean, I’ve been livin’ here for a while now…”Livin’. This is short for living. Again, you won’t see livin’ in written English but you’ll hear it in conversationalEnglish. So he says, I’ve been livin’ here for a while now. A while means a long time. A while. An exampleof a while is: I have been an English teacher for a while. A while.And Joe goes on to say, “and I’ve definitely felt my share of earthquakes.”So he is saying I definitely felt a lot of earthquakes.And Joe says, “I mean, y’know, when you live here it’s a given…” www.LearnRealEnglish.com 6© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 35
  42. 42. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Vocabulary LessonIt’s a given. This means there is no doubt. It’s a given. For example, when you walk or live in downtownNew York, it’s a given that you will hear a lot of noise. It’s a given.So he goes on to say, "it’s a given that you’re gonna experience earthquakes.”Gonna. This is short for going to. You’ll hear gonna in conversations but you won’t see it in written English.And then Joe goes on to say, “You just hope that you’re not gonna be here for the big one, y’know...”The big one. What he’s talking about is, you hope that you’re not gonna be here, or around, for a really bigearthquake that might hurt or kill a lot of people.And then I laugh and say, “Yeah, right.”So I’m saying, yeah, I know. Or I’m just agreeing with Joe.And Joe says, “When I first moved here, it was, uh, about five years after the Loma Prietaearthquake…”Loma Prieta. This is the name of a mountain, where this earthquake he’s talking about that happened fiveyears before he moved to San Francisco… The Loma Prieta mountain was at the epicenter or the middle ofthe earthquake.So he says, "about five years after the Loma Prieta earthquake, which was a very big earthquakehere. And, um, there are a lot of people who lived here who I met who had actually been living in thearea when the earthquake hit.”Or when the earthquake happened.“So it was interesting to get their perspective...”Perspective. What Joe is saying here is what someone thinks about something. Perspective. An example ofperspective is: I like to speak with my mother when I have a problem. She always has a different perspectivethan me. Perspective.And then I say, “Oh.”Oh, here is really just filler. It has no meaning. I didn’t even have to say that but I just say it. Oh.And then Joe says, “and, uh, it also like made me remember where I was when I heard about the www.LearnRealEnglish.com 7© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 36
  43. 43. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Vocabulary LessonLoma Prieta earthquake. I was watching the World Series on TV.”World Series. This is the championship games in American baseball. World Series. For example: Joe reallylikes baseball. One year he went to the World Series even though the tickets were expensive. World Series.And Joe goes on to say, “And, uh, y’know, it was, uh, taking place in San Francisco.”Taking place. This means happening. Happening in San Francisco. Taking place. For example: Iremember the Winter Olympics taking place in Japan when I was younger. Taking place.And then Joe says, “So, uh, as I’m watching it suddenly the announcer starts, uh, uh, saying, ‘Wow...”Announcer. This is a person who talks throughout a sports game about what’s happening. Wow. This is justshowing emotion such as, I don’t believe it.And Joe goes on to say, “I think we’re feeling an earthquake here.’ And the cameras startedshaking.”The TV cameras.And Joe goes on to say, “And, uh, all of a sudden the TV coverage…”The TV coverage of the game.“cut out.”Now. cut out… Here cut out means no longer was able to be seen. The TV coverage of the game cut out. Itwas no longer able to be seen. For example: The television station cut out during the big rain storm. Cutout.And then Joe says, “So, uh, y’know, I wanted to get a rundown on what happened.”Rundown. This is information. He wanted to get information on what happened. Rundown. An example ofrundown would be: I called my mother to get a rundown on how my father was doing. Rundown.And Joe goes on to say, “So I turned to the news station…”Or I changed to the news station.“and, uh, within a few minutes…” www.LearnRealEnglish.com 8© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 37
  44. 44. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Vocabulary LessonFew meaning three or more.“they were discussing...”Discussing or talking."they were discussing this gigantic earthquake that had hit San Francisco. And they started showingpictures, uh, maybe thirty minutes later, of these people who were, uh, trying to weed through therubble of these buildings that had been, like, coming down.”Weed through. This means to look or dig through. Weed through. An example of weed through is: I had toweed through a lot of papers when I did my yearly income taxes for the government. Weed through. So he’ssaying there were people trying to weed through the rubble of these buildings. Rubble means parts. Theparts of these buildings that had been like coming down or falling down.And Joe says, “so, I mean, it was...” And I say, “Oh, wow.” And Joe says, “it was pretty scary...”Pretty means very here.And Joe says, “I’ll tell you what...”I’ll tell you what. That means that is for sure. I’ll tell you what. An example of I’ll tell you what in this situationwould be: I’ll tell you what, I really enjoyed the Thai food we had today. I’ll tell you what.And I say, “Yeah.” And Joe says, “y’know.” And then I say, “Yeah, well, um, you know the threemonths I was living in Japan I experienced two. Both of those were very different, uh, very differentfrom the one I’d experienced here and also very different from the one in Bangkok. But one of ‘em...”‘Em is just short for them. This is something that you’ll hear in conversational English but not see it in writtenEnglish.So I say, "But one of ‘em, I was actually up in my apartment which was on the fifth floor of a building.And I was woken up at about 5 o’clock in the morning to the building swaying.”Swaying means moving from one side to the other side.And I go on to say, “And because, uh, earthquakes are like a dime a dozen in Japan...”A dime a dozen. This means very common. A dime a dozen. An example of a dime a dozen would be: I www.LearnRealEnglish.com 9© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 38
  45. 45. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) Earthquakes Vocabulary Lessonremember when no one had a cell phone. But today they are a dime a dozen. A dime a dozen.And then I say, “they, they’ve built a lot of their buildings to absorb the shock.”So what I’m saying here... To absorb the shock means the buildings take the shaking from an earthquakemuch easier. They make their buildings to take the shaking from the earthquake easier. Absorb the shock.And then I say, “So that’s why it was swaying, it was really, it was a very surreal feel.”Surreal. This means unreal. Surreal. For example: I looked at the sky and it was purple. It looked surreal.* * * * *Okay, so that is the end of the conversation and this is the end of the vocabulary lesson for the conversation“Earthquakes.” So if you need to, go back and listen to this until you have a basic understanding of thevocabulary. And when you feel ready, go to the mini-story.Alright, bye bye. See you next time. www.LearnRealEnglish.com 10© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 39
  46. 46. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) 2.TRIP TO WASHINGTON Trip To Washington Conversation Joe: Hello? Eric: Hey, Joe, this is Eric. Joe: Oh hey Eric, how’s it goin’? Eric: It’s goin’ well. How ‘bout yourself? Joe: Yeah, I’m doin’ really well. Eric: Great. Joe: How was your trip up to Washington this weekend?over the top: very good Eric: Oh, it was just over the top. Joe: Nice, nice. I… Eric: Yeah, it was… Joe: …really wish I could have joined you guys. Eric: Yeah, well, you should really try next year.on my list of things to Joe: Yeah, no, it’s, it’s definitely on my list of things to do, for sure.do: something that Iwant to do Eric: Good. Joe: Yeah, how was, did you, did you make it up there, uh, as you expected? I mean how was your, how was your trip up there?fed up: upset Eric: Oh man, I am just fed up with the airlines. Joe: [laugh]what’s new?: meansthat you are not Eric: [laugh]surprisedif it’s not one thing, it’s Joe: What’s new?another: more than onebad thing has happened Eric: If it’s not one thing, it’s another. I mean we, we got up there and, uh, and the www.LearnRealEnglish.com 1© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 40
  47. 47. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) 3. THE WEDDING The Wedding Conversation Joe: Hey, Will, how’s it goin’? Will: Hey, what’s goin’ on? Not a lot. Joe: Man, I don’t, you know what, now that I see you right here, I don’t think I’ve seen you in probably like six weeks. Will: Yeah.where you been hidin’?:said when you have not Joe: Where you been hidin’?seen someone in a longtime Will: I don’t know, long time no see though.long time no see: it hasbeen a long time since we Joe: [laugh] Yeah.have seen each other Will: How, how have you been? Joe: Yeah, I’m doin’ really well. I, I don’t th-…you know what, I haven’t seen you since your wedding.you didn’t make it: you Will: I know. I know, I want to, uh, I want to tell you all about it. I can’t believe youwere not able to be there didn’t make it. Joe: Yeah, you know what, I told you the only reason I didn’t make it is because my uncle was getting married back east. So, y’know, I was gone the entire week. But Isuper bummed: to be was super bummed about it.very upset Will: Well you missed a good one. Joe: Yeah, yeah, I know. I mean I was bummed that I couldn’t be there with all our friends. And, y’know, I’d never had a chance to meet Isabelle’s family. So, y’know, I’m really bummed that I missed that, too. Will: Yeah, yeah, it was really nice having everybody out here from Spain. Joe: Yeah. Will: And, we had a good time. Joe: How long had you, how long were you and Isabelle together before you guys www.LearnRealEnglish.com 1© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 77
  48. 48. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) The Wedding Conversation got married? Will: Two years.time flies: to be surprised Joe: Wow, oh my god, time flies.about how much time hasgone by Will: Yeah. Joe: I remember that, y’know, when she first, uh, answered the ad you had for a roommate, so… Will: [laugh]the golden rule: the most Joe: …you guys broke the golden rule, y’know, as far as roommates go, which isimportant thing about don’t sleep with your roommates when they move in.somethingsleep with: to have sex Will: That’s right.withit’s all worked out: it Joe: [laugh] But it’s all worked out.ended wellit was worth it: said Will: It was worth it. It was worth it this time.when you are glad tohave done something Joe: Yeah, it’s all worked out. So I’m glad to see that, y’know. Will: Absolutely. Joe: Yeah. So, uh, y’know, you’ll have to give me some details on, y’know, I, I haven’t seen any of the pictures or anything, I don’t, maybe you didn’t get them back yet from the photographer.do-it-yourself: doing Will: Well I can’t wait to, uh, show you the pictures, of course, but, uh, yeah, do yousomething without paying have a second? I’ll tell you about the wedding.others to helpCity Hall: government Joe: Yeah, yeah, totally. I wanna hear about it.buildingStern Grove: a place in Will: Alright, well, we had kind of a, uh, do-it-yourself wedding. We, um, gotSan Francisco that has a married at, uh, City Hall which was easy. And then we had our real ceremony atlot of trees Stern Grove. You know where that is? Joe: Oh yeah, yeah, yeah, right on 19th. www.LearnRealEnglish.com 2© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 78
  49. 49. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) The Wedding Conversation Will: Here in San Francisco. Joe: Yeah. Will: Underneath the redwood trees. Joe: Oh, it must have been beautiful. Will: It was very nice.Did the weather Joe: Did the weather cooperate?cooperate?: was theweather nice Will: Actually we, uh, had a really beautiful day which is very unusual for summertime in, uh, San Francisco. Joe: Yeah. Will: As you well know. Joe: Totally. Will: We were planning on fog but we had really nice weather.made it in: arrived Joe: Oh that’s great. So everyone made it in okay? Because I know that, uh, her family had a long way to come. Will: Yeah. They, uh, they all made it. Her mom and dad, uh, their friend, uh, her brother and sister, of course, and, uh, her best friend from Spain came to represent all her, all her friends… We’re gonna go there, uh, soon and we’re gonna see her, uh, family and friends, y’know, th-, who couldn’t make it. But it was nice to have a group of her family and friends here in San Francisco for the wedding. Joe: Oh that’s great. How, what, where is she from in Spain? Will: Um, she’s from Bilbao. Joe: Oh yeah, y’know, she told me that before but I can’t say that, y’know, I could recall the actual town ‘cause I’d never heard of it before. www.LearnRealEnglish.com 3© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 79
  50. 50. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) The Wedding Conversation Will: Yeah, it’s actually a very large city. Uh, it’s an industrial city. And it’s, uh, got uh, a new museum so it’s become more famous. But, uh, it’s been there a long time. And it’s a big city. But it’s not one of the most, um, uh, known cities in Spain perhaps… Joe: Yeah. Will: …like Madrid and Barcelona. Joe: Yeah.medieval: time period Will: So, uh, yeah. But they were all there and, uh, her brother, uh, read a medievalfrom long ago Spanish love poem, uh. And, uh, that was really nice. And, uh, parts of our wedding were in Spanish, uh, for the people, um, you know our friends here who, uh, um, speak Spanish and also, uh, y’know, for her friends and family from Spain, yeah. Joe: Sure, yeah that’s great. I know that you’ve been trying to learn a lot of Spanish lately. Will: Yes I have, yes I have…well, y’know, I learned a lot of Spanish when I was in Chili but I’m learning a lot more with her now. Joe: Oh that’s great. Yeah, because the only way you’re gonna really, uh, y’know,pretty much: almost get more fluent in it is to use it pretty much every day. Will: Absolutely. Yeah.made an honest woman Joe: So, uh, I bet her father was happy to see that you made an honest woman ofof her: got married to her her. Will: [laugh] I guess, I guess so, yeah. Joe: I would imagine that, uh, maybe her, was her family pretty traditional andold-fashioned: ideas or old-fashioned? Or…things that are from a longtime ago Will: Uh, no actually they’re more, um, uh, progressive in a way than, uh, Americansinto the church are. Americans actually, it seems, uh, are more into the church wedding andwedding: wanted to have everything. We had a, uh, um, we had a very, uh, European wedding. They’re nota wedding in a church as, uh, religious as people think. Americans are pretty religious. www.LearnRealEnglish.com 4© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 80
  51. 51. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) The Wedding Conversation Joe: That’s true. Will: Yes. So, uh, they, uh, they loved everything we did and, uh, it was a really good time. Yeah. Joe: That’s great.I gotta run: I to have to Will: Yeah, so, uh, I gotta run.goget together: meet Joe: Okay, well, uh, Will let’s get together for drinks sometime soon, it’s been too long. Will: Sounds good. Joe: Alright, I’ll talk to you soon.ciao: Italian word for Will: Alright, ciao.goodbye Joe: Bye. www.LearnRealEnglish.com 5© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 81
  52. 52. http://xmen1903.com (Phone :: 0937 31 88 55) http://xmen1903.com (Phone 0937 31 88 55) The Wedding Mini-Story LessonHi. Welcome to the mini-story lesson for the conversation “The Wedding.”Let’s get started with the story.* * * * *Freddie the fork and Sara the spoon lived together in New York. Freddie and Sara are gettingmarried.Pretty much all of Sara’s friends came to the wedding. But her Aunt Patti didn’t make it.Two days before the wedding, Sara’s mother and father flew to New York from London. Their flightmade it in on time.Sara’s father is old-fashioned. He did not want Sara to live with Freddie before they got married.Freddie and Sara did not have a lot of money so they had a do-it-yourself wedding. Freddie and Saracooked all of the food and Sara’s mother made the wedding dress. It was a lot of work but it wasworth it.Freddie and Sara got married at the beach. They were worried it was going to rain but the weathercooperated.After they got married, Sara’s father was happy because Freddie had made an honest woman of her.* * * * *Okay, so that’s our story. Now I will read the story again and I will ask questions as I’m reading it. If youwant you can answer the questions out loud. If you need a little more time to answer the questions then feelfree to pause your player and, of course, if you just want to sit back and listen, that’s okay also.Okay, now let’s get started.* * * * *Freddie the fork and Sara the spoon lived together in New York.Did Freddie the fork and Sara the spoon live together in New York?Yes, they do. They live together in New York. www.LearnRealEnglish.com 1© Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Page 82

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