Kolejny PODCAST dla Waszej przyjemności nauki angielskiego! Tym razem kilka słów z o tym czy warto zamieszkać w mieście, czy na wsi.
Przypominam zasady pracy z PODCASTami:
Jednocześnie wykonujemy dane czynności:
Puszczamy plik dźwiękowy, słuchamy PODCASTu (najlepiej na słuchawkach), czytamy tekst na głos, starając się powtórzyć wymowę jak słyszymy (nie jak czytamy). Zaczynamy!
Town or Country?
Julie: Where would you like to live when you grow up, Peter? You know: when you can live where you like and do what you like?
Peter: In the country, of course. It’s so much noisier and dirtier in a town.
Julie: But Peter, what is there to do in the country?
Peter: Lots of things. You know I’m going to study to be a vet, Julie. There is lots and lots to do in the country for a vet.
Julie: Do you really like animals so much, Peter?
Peter: Yes, I do. Animals and birds and trees.
Julie: You can’t spend all your time with birds and animals. What are you going to do in your free time? There aren’t any shops in the country. And there are no cinemas and no theatres.
Peter: You know I’m not interested in shops. And there are cinemas in the country, you know.
Julie: Yes, but the films are so much older than in a town.
Peter: Perhaps. But I like it better in the country even with old films in the cinema. And people are so much friendlier than in a town.
Julie: That’s because everyone knows everyone else. You always meet the same people. And nothing ever happens in the country. You’ll be bored to death if you go to live in the country, Peter.
Peter: I won’t. I’ll have such a lot to do…
Julie: Well, I don’t want to live in the country. I like the shops and the cinemas and the theatres. I like meeting new people all the time. And I want to know all about the latest records and the latest films and about the most fashionable clothes. I’m going to live in a town all my life, Peter.