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1 Conversation Practice Scripts from Imagine Learning English

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3 Conversation Practice Scripts from Imagine Learning English

4 Copyright Imagine Learning, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this work may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, or otherwise, including photocopying or recording, or by any information storage or retrieval system without prior written permission of the copyright owner unless such copying is expressly permitted by federal copyright law. Classroom masters in this publication are designed to be reproduced by teachers for use in their classes with accompanying Imagine Learning English software. Permission is granted to individuals licensed to use Imagine Learning English to reproduce the following pages: Developed and published by Imagine Learning, Inc. Imagine Learning, Imagine Learning English, the Imagine Learning Logo, and the Imagine Learning English Logo are all US registered trademarks of Imagine Learning, Inc., in the United States and in other countries. November 2010 edition

5 Contents Introduction vii Script 1 Introductions Hi. My name is What s your name? These are my friends. It s nice to meet you. It s nice to meet you too. Are you ready? Sorry. That was awesome. Script 2 What are you doing? What are you doing? I am reading a book. We are shopping. I m exercising. We re playing baseball. I m catching the ball. What are you going to do? I m going to work. I ll help you. Script 3 Greetings What s up? Not much. How about you? Hello. How are you? I m fine, thank you. Thank you very much. Goodbye. Have a nice day. Script 4 What is he doing? What s he doing? He is eating. He s sleeping. What s she doing? She is drawing. She s learning English. What are they doing? They are playing guitars. They re listening to music. Script 5 A new friend May I help you? Thank you. You re welcome. Where are you from? I m from China. This is where I live. Cool. How old are you? I am thirteen years old. Me too. Script 6 Colors, likes, and dislikes Do you like it? What colors do you have? I have black, yellow, brown, red, and blue. What color do you like? I don t like it. Let s make it. No. I m finished. Yes. Good job. iii

6 Script 7 Where is the library? Excuse me. Where is the library? I don t know. Go straight. Turn right. Then turn left. This is not the library. Please show me where it is. Follow me. Script 8 Families Who are they? This is my father. This is my mother. Do you have any brothers or sisters? This is my older brother. This is my baby sister. I love my family. Where s your picture? Here it is. I have an idea. Script 9 Choosing Fruit What s this? It s a lemon. It s your turn. OK. What s your favorite fruit? I like oranges and bananas. What are these? Apples are my favorite fruit. Choose the one you want. I want this one. Script 10 Counting tickets How many do you want? I want ten tickets. One, two, three, four, five Six, seven, eight, nine, ten What s the problem? Eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen Sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty Twenty-one I m sorry. Ten, twenty, thirty, forty, fifty Sixty, seventy, eighty, ninety, one hundred One hundred and one Script 11 What time is it? What time is it? It s eleven o clock (11:00). It s eleven fifteen (11:15). I m hungry. It s eleven thirty (11:30). It s eleven forty-five (11:45). It s twelve o clock (12:00). It s time for lunch. Let s eat. Script 12 Eating at a restaurant What would you like to drink? I ll have water. I ll have milk. What would you like to eat? I d like a large pizza. Would you repeat that, please? I m full. The food was delicious. Who wants ice cream? iv

7 Script 13 Calendars and days How do you say this in English? This is a calendar. This is a week. Would you say that again? Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday, Friday, Saturday Today is Friday. Yesterday was Thursday. Tomorrow is Saturday. Script 14 How s the weather? May I speak to Dallin, please? I m in Canada. It s snowing. How s the weather? Yesterday, it was cloudy. Today, it s sunny and hot. Where are you? It s windy. Are you OK? Script 15 Buying an umbrella It s raining. What should we do? Do you sell umbrellas? This is too small. This is too big. This is the best umbrella. How much does this cost? I have a problem. I ll buy it. Script 16 Surprise! What s the matter? My arm hurts. See you later. I don t understand. Surprise! This is for you. Congratulations. Do you speak English? I speak English. v

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9 Dear Teachers, Imagine Learning English is an effective and powerful tool that helps English learners read, understand, and speak English. As students develop their listening and speaking skills throughout the program, they watch videos that teach more than 100 everyday English phrases. You can use this guide to give your students additional conversation practice with the phrases they learn from these videos. To gain the full benefit from this guide, we recommend that you begin by watching the videos from the program together as a class. First, use the table of contents in this guide to choose a script you would like your class to practice. Next open the Level 1 Activity Menu, click Conversations, and then click Rock n Talk. Find the video you want by looking for the first target phrase taught in each scene. After you ve enjoyed the videos, have students act out what they ve just seen using the scripts in this guide. All target phrases are underlined in the scripts. Feel free to change names or show your class s creativity by using props or altering the scripts with new vocabulary words. So let the fun begin! Thank you for allowing Imagine Learning English to be a part of your classroom. Sincerely, The Imagine Learning Team vii

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11 Script 1 Introductions In a school music room, three friends in a band meet, who auditions to become part of the band. After dropping his drumsticks, apologizes and then plays an amazing solo. The others welcome him into the band. Student 4 Scene 3 Hi. Hi. My name is Eric. What s your name? Dallin. These are my friends Sarah and Abby. Hi! It s nice to meet you. It s nice to meet you too. Are you ready? Yes. Oh, sorry. That was awesome. Welcome to the Rock n Talk Band. Conversational Phrases 1

12 Script 2 What are you doing? asks different people what they are doing. A group of students are playing baseball. Student 6 doesn t catch the ball, and it breaks a window. helps him clean up the mess. The first line in is meant to model pronouns. can point to class members to illustrate the meaning of each pronoun. Notice that there are two instances of the word you; one is singular and one is plural. Student 4 Student 5 Student 6 Scene 3 Student 6 Student 6 I, you, you, we What are you doing? I am reading a book. What are you doing? We are shopping. What are you doing? I m exercising. What are you doing? We re playing baseball. I m catching the ball. What are you going to do? I m going to work. I ll help you. Thanks. 2 Conversational Phrases

13 Script 3 Greetings practices with his drumsticks in class, but one accidentally slips and flies toward the teacher (). She returns the drumstick to him. Scene 3 Hey. What s up? Not much. How about you? Watch this. Hello, Mrs. Smith. How are you? I m fine, thank you. How about you? Fine, thank you. Thank you very much. Goodbye. Have a nice day. Conversational Phrases 3

14 Script 4 What is he doing? and walk around taking pictures of people and asking what they re doing. At the end of, asks what a boy is doing. asks the boy, but he doesn t respond because he is asleep. The first line in is meant to model pronouns. can point to class members to illustrate the meaning of each pronoun. Scene 3 He, she, they What s he doing? He is eating. What s he doing? What are you doing? What are you doing? He s sleeping. What is she doing? She is drawing. What s she doing? She s learning English. What are they doing? They are playing guitars. What are they doing? They re listening to music. 4 Conversational Phrases

15 Script 5 A new friend At school, meets a new friend () as she offers to help her carry her books. uses a globe to show where she lives. They talk about themselves. Scene 3 May I help you? Thank you. You re welcome. Where are you from? I m from China. This is where I live. Cool! How old are you? I am thirteen years old. Me too! Conversational Phrases 5

16 Script 6 Colors, likes, and dislikes is painting a poster for a band concert. She asks her friends if they like it, and they each tell her the colors they like. She keeps changing the poster until she creates a version that everyone likes. Do you like it? No. What colors do you have? I have black, yellow, brown, red, and blue. What color do you like? I don t like yellow. I like red Do you like it? I don t like it. I like purple. Purple? I don t have purple. Let s make it. Ta-da! Purple! Scene 3 Do you like it? Student 4 No, I don t like purple I m finished! Do you like it? Yes! Student 4 Good job! 6 Conversational Phrases

17 Script 7 Where is the library? looks for the school library and asks his friends for directions. After he accidentally ends up in the school gym, he asks Student 4 to show him where the library is. Scene 3 Student 4 Student 4 Student 4 Excuse me. Where is the library? Huh? Where is the library? I don t know. Excuse me. Where is the library? Go straight. Turn right. Then turn left. Thank you. This is not the library. Excuse me. Where is the library? I ll draw you map. Please show me where it is. OK. Follow me. Thanks. Here it is. Conversational Phrases 7

18 Script 8 Families shows a poster with pictures of her family. doesn t like her picture for the poster, so draws one for her. Scene 3 Who are they? This is my father. This is my mother. Cool. Do you have any brothers or sisters? This is my older brother. This is my baby sister. I love my family. Where s your picture? Here it is. I don t like it. I have an idea. Awesome! Thanks! 8 Conversational Phrases

19 Script 9 Choosing Fruit has a table with fruit on it. She and take turns tasting a lemon. They talk about their favorite fruits, and tells to choose an apple to eat. Just as picks an apple, walks by and takes it, so chooses another. Scene 3 What s this? It s a lemon. It s your turn. OK. What s your favorite fruit? I don t like lemons. I like oranges and bananas. What are these? They re grapes. Apples are my favorite fruit. Choose the one you want. This is the best one. Hey, thanks. I want this one. Conversational Phrases 9

20 Script 10 Counting tickets gives away free tickets to a rock band concert. asks for enough tickets for all of her friends, but she keeps remembering more friends! Then brings more tickets to give away and accidentally drops them on the ground. and pick them up together. Free tickets! I want some tickets. How many do you want? One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten. I want ten tickets. OK. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten. Wait! What s the problem? Eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty. I want twenty tickets. OK. Eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty. Twenty tickets. Wait! What s the problem? Twenty-one tickets. OK. Twenty-one. Thank you. Continued on the next page. 10 Conversational Phrases

21 Scene 3 I need more tickets. Here they are. Oh! I m sorry. I ll help you. Ten, twenty, thirty, forty, fifty. Sixty, seventy, eighty, ninety, one hundred. We re finished. Uh-oh. Oh. One hundred and one. Conversational Phrases 11

22 Script 11 What time is it? and do schoolwork together before lunchtime. is very hungry and can t wait until lunch. Scene 3 What time is it? It s eleven o clock. What time is it? It s eleven fifteen. I m hungry. What time is it? It s eleven thirty. What time is it? It s eleven forty-five. What time is it? It s twelve o clock. It s time for lunch. Let s eat. 12 Conversational Phrases

23 Script 12 Eating at a restaurant A family goes to eat at a restaurant. The server () asks them what they would like to eat and drink. Student 4, who is the smallest, surprisingly eats the most! Student 4 Student 4 Student 4 Scene 3 Student 4 Good afternoon. What would you like to drink? I ll have water. I ll have milk. Me too. What would you like to eat? I d like soup. I d like a hamburger and fries. I d like a large pizza. Would you repeat that, please? I d like a large pizza. I m full. The food was delicious. Who wants ice cream? Conversational Phrases 13

24 Script 13 Calendars and days asks about days, weeks, and calendars in English. How do you say this in English? Calendar. This is a calendar. This is a week, and these are the days of the week. Sunday. Sunday. Monday. Monday. Tuesday. Tuesday. Wednesday. Wednesday. Thursday. Thursday. Friday. Friday. Saturday. Saturday. Would you say that again? Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday. Continued on the next page. 14 Conversational Phrases

25 Scene 3 Today is Friday. Yesterday was Thursday. Tomorrow is Saturday. Conversational Phrases 15

26 Script 14 How s the weather? calls his three friends, who are traveling all over the world, and asks them what the weather is like. Student 5 is in Japan, where it s so windy that wonders if she s OK. Student 4 Student 4 Scene 3 Student 5 Student 5 Hello. Hello. May I speak to Dallin, please? Hello. Hi, Dallin. Where are you? I m in Canada. How s the weather? It s snowing. Hello, Abby. Where are you? I m in Brazil. How s the weather? Yesterday, it was cloudy. Today, it s sunny and hot. Hi, Sarah. Where are you? I m in Japan. How s the weather? It s windy. Sarah, are you OK? 16 Conversational Phrases

27 Script 15 Buying an umbrella It s raining and two friends need to buy an umbrella. They go to a store and pick one out, but doesn t have enough money to pay for it. helps her pay for the umbrella, and they buy it Oh no. It s raining. What should we do? We need an umbrella. Do you sell umbrellas? Uh-huh. Scene 3 Here they are. This is too small. This is too big. This is the best umbrella. How much does this cost? Six dollars and fifty cents. One, two, three, four, five. I have a problem. Six dollars and fifty cents. I ll buy it. Conversational Phrases 17

28 Script 16 Surprise! Four friends plan a surprise party for their friend. sees them acting sneaky and asks them about it. They make up excuses that confuse. Then they surprise her with gifts and a certificate. Hi, Dallin. Oh hi, Li-Li. What s the matter? My arm hurts. Can I help you? No, I m okay. See you later. I don t understand. Hi, Abby. Hi, Li-Li. What s the matter? I m hungry. See you later. I don t understand. All Students Surprise! This is for you. Student 4 Congratulations. Student 5 Congratulations. Thank you, everyone! Scene 3 Student 6 Hi. Do you speak English? Yes, I speak English. 18 Conversational Phrases

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