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1 Speak English? Brian asks Fanny about how hard it might be to speak English in China. 1 Brian: Alright, so we're asking each other questions about our countries, and the last question that I asked was "when is the best time to visit?" but I have another question to ask if you don't mind. Fanny: Yeah, sure go ahead. Brian: As you might have noticed I'm not Chinese, and I don't speak any Chinese. Fanny: OK. Brian: Is it going to be hard for someone who only speaks English to travel in your country? Fanny: Yeah, that's a good question. You know, I mean if you go to China and now if you cannot speak Chinese, of course it will be a little bit difficult for you because you know there will be the 2008 Olympic games, in Beijing right, 2008, so there are a lot of Chinese people who can speak English right there so I think they can help you. Brian: See, I don't know if I would be going during the Olympic Games because, like, maybe it's really crowded and really kind of busy. I'm thinking to go like maybe before that when it may be a bit quieter. Fanny: Hmmm... sorry. I think maybe I made you confused, I mean because people are getting ready for the Olympic Games, so people are just, you know, learning English to communicate with foreigners to help them and to guide them... I mean, what I meant, you can find a lot of people who can speak English there. Brian: Oh, so because of the games many people are learning English... but I could still... even if I didn't go during that time, English people are still around. Fanny: Right, right exactly. If you go to the shops, most people there can already speak English, Japanese or Korean. Brian: Oh really? Fanny: Yeah, so... Brian: Very talented people in your country. Fanny: Yeah, we can say that.

2 Introduction Comprehension Page 2 A) Main Points: Answer the following questions about the interview. 1) What was Brian wondering about China? 3) What does Fanny help Brian understand? a) If people will speak English b) If he should study Chinese c) If Fanny can translate for him a) Basic Chinese phrases b) Useful English words c) Her initial comment 2) What does Fanny say about English in China? 4) What other languages are mentioned? a) Many people speak English b) Very few people speak English c) Everybody studies English a) French and Spanish b) Japanese and Korean c) Russian and Vietnamese B) Phrase Match: Match the phrases on the left with the example on the right. 1) crowded many skills 2) communicate many people close together 3) if you don t mind talk 4) exactly is it ok? 5) talented correct C) Unscramble: Put the mixed up sentences in the correct order. 1) hard in China Chinese speak is it if I don t to travel? 2) think crowded be too it will the Olympics do you during? 3) for how are preparing foreigners the Chinese? 4) languages most in China speak do how many people? How would Fanny respond to the questions? And You?

3 3 Bits and Pieces Put the PHRASES in the spaces Brian: Alright, so we're asking each other questions about our countries, and the last question that I asked was "when is the best time to visit?" but I have another question to ask if you don't mind. Fanny: Yeah, sure go ahead. Brian: I'm not Chinese, and I don't speak any Chinese. Fanny: OK. I think it may be as you might have noticed I mean if you can find is it going to be hard if you go to we can Brian: for someone who only speaks English to travel in your country? Brian: See, I don't know if I would be going during the Olympic Games because, like, maybe it's really crowded and really kind of busy. I'm thinking to go like maybe before that when a bit quieter. Fanny: Hmmm... sorry. I think maybe I made you confused, I mean because people are getting ready for the Olympic Games, so people are just, you know, learning English to communicate with foreigners to help them and to guide them... I mean, what I meant, a lot of people who can speak English there. Brian: Oh, so because of the games many people are learning English... but I could still... even if I didn't go during that time, English people are still around. Fanny: Right, right exactly. the shops, most people there can already speak English, Japanese or Korean. Brian: Oh really? Fanny: Yeah, so... Brian: Very talented people in your country. Fanny: Yeah, say that. Fanny: Yeah, that's a good question. You know, you go to China and now if you cannot speak Chinese, of course it will be a little bit difficult for you because you know there will be the 2008 Olympic games, in Beijing right, 2008, so there are a lot of Chinese people who can speak English right there so they can help you.

4 What do you think? 4 Discussion 1. Would it be hard to travel in your hometown without knowing the native language? 2. What is your favorite sport to watch in the Olympics? 3. How many languages do most people speak in your hometown? 4. Do you know anything about Chinese culture? Write the number of the question being answered in the box Jeff - New Zealand Adeline - Singapore I once saw a program on TV about Even though English is the how Chinese women would wrap working language in Singapore, bandages around their feet to make there are four official languages: them really small. They did it English, Malay, Mandarin, and because at that time, men would not Tamil. At school, children are marry women who did not have tiny required to study their native feet. It looked like it was extremely language. Most Singaporeans painful and sometimes they got speak at least two languages and infections and diseases from doing it. many more speak three or more. Lenny - U.S. I like watching the decathlon. That is a combination of ten track and field events. Not only do the athletes have to be good at many different sports but there is a lot of drama because the competition is spread out over several days. So even though someone wins big in running events they may be weak in other events and lose overall. Anamaria - Mexico You can go to all the tourist places in Mexico and you will not need to know Spanish at all. Everyone at the hotels and beaches will know enough English to make basic transactions with you. However, if you really want to get to know people and understand more than just tourist culture, then you have to learn the language. Write about one of the discussion questions:

5 5 Comprehension Page A) Main Points: Answer the following questions about the interview. 1) What was Brian wondering about China? 3) What does Fanny help Brian understand? a) If people will speak English b) If he should study Chinese c) If Fanny can translate for him a) Basic Chinese phrases b) Useful English words c) Her initial comment 2) What does Fanny say about English in China? 4) What other languages are mentioned? a) Many people speak English b) Very few people speak English c) Everybody studies English a) French and Spanish b) Japanese and Korean c) Russian and Vietnamese B) Phrase Match: Match the phrases on the left with the example on the right. 1) crowded 5 many skills 2) communicate 1 many people close together 3) if you don t mind 2 talk 4) exactly 3 is it ok? 5) talented 4 correct C) Unscramble: Put the mixed up sentences in the correct order. 1) Is it hard to travel in China if I don t speak Chinese? hard in China Chinese speak is it if I don t to travel? 2) Do you think it will be too crowded during the Olympics? think crowded be too it will the Olympics do you during? 3) How are the Chinese preparing for foreigners? for how are preparing foreigners the Chinese? 4) How many languages do most people in China speak? languages most in China speak do how many people? How would Fanny respond to the questions? And You?

6 6 Bits and Pieces Put the PHRASES in the spaces Brian: Alright, so we're asking each other questions about our countries, and the last question that I asked was "when is the best time to visit?" but I have another question to ask if you don't mind. Fanny: Yeah, sure go ahead. Brian: As you might have noticed I'm not Chinese, and I don't speak any Chinese. Fanny: OK. I think it may be as you might have noticed I mean if you can find is it going to be hard if you go to we can Brian: Is it going to be hard for someone who only speaks English to travel in your country? Fanny: Yeah, that's a good question. You know, I mean if you go to China and now if you cannot speak Chinese, of course it will be a little bit difficult for you because you know there will be the 2008 Olympic games, in Beijing right, 2008, so there are a lot of Chinese people who can speak English right there so I think they can help you. Brian: See, I don't know if I would be going during the Olympic Games because, like, maybe it's really crowded and really kind of busy. I'm thinking to go like maybe before that when it may be a bit quieter. Fanny: Hmmm... sorry. I think maybe I made you confused, I mean because people are getting ready for the Olympic Games, so people are just, you know, learning English to communicate with foreigners to help them and to guide them... I mean, what I meant, you can find a lot of people who can speak English there. Brian: Oh, so because of the games many people are learning English... but I could still... even if I didn't go during that time, English people are still around. Fanny: Right, right exactly. If you go to the shops, most people there can already speak English, Japanese or Korean. Brian: Oh really? Fanny: Yeah, so... Brian: Very talented people in your country. Fanny: Yeah, we can say that.

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