Education (my school)
a) Read and act the dialogue.
b) Make up die dialogues based on the models using as many words as possible dealing with the topic "Education ».
Jorge: Hey, Marta! Have you finished the exam?
Marta: Yes, I have. Whew!
Jorge: Was it hard?
Marta: Well, yes. It was hard — pretty hard.
Jorge: Did you pass?
Marta: I don’t know. Mrs. Nadler didn’t tell me.
Jorge: What questions did she ask?
Marta: First she asked me what my name was.
Jorge: That was easy, wasn’t it?
Marta: Yes, except I couldn’t remember! Then she asked me where I came from and how long I’d been studying here at the institute.
Jorge: And what else did she ask?
Marta: She asked when I had begun taking English, and she asked how I would use English in the future.
Jorge: Yes, yes, go on.
Marta: Then she asked me if I liked the institute and if i lived with my parents.
Jorge: Anything else?
Marta: I’m trying to remember, Jorge. Oh, yes! She asked if I spoke any other languages.
Jorge: Is that all?
Marta: Oh, there were a lot of other questions. She asked me what my hobbies were, and she asked me to tell her about them. Then she gave me a picture and asked me to describe it. Then I was asked to read a passage.
Jorge: What did she say at the end?
Marta: Hm. Let’s see... Oh, Yes! She asked me to tell you to go in - right away.
This is the list of questions that the examiner used when she was asking the questions:
What’s your name?
Where are you from?
How long have you been studying at the Institute?
When did you begin taking English?
How will you use English in the future?
Do you like the Institute?
Do you live with your parents?
Do you speak any other languages? What are your hobbies? Tell me about them.
Look at this picture. Describe it.
(from «American Streamline»)