Peter and Mary are talking about their plans for the summer. Marygoingworkthe city, but Petergoinggocamp. Mary thinks that their friend Johngoingthe mountains with his family.
PETERL: What are you goingdo after you return from Washington? MARY: I'm goingstaythe city. PETER: What will you do all day? MARY: I'm goingwork with my father at the store. In the evening,I'll read books. On weekends, I'll gothe beach with my family. PETER: Have you ever worked? MARy: No, butcan learn. What are you goingdo this summer? PETER: I'm goingcamp. I've gonecamp for four summers. MARY: I've never gonecamp. What do you do there? PETER: We do many things . In the morning, we go swimming and boating. In the afternoon, we play basketball or tennis. We sit around a campfire at night.We sing or tell . stories. MARY: That sounds wonderful. PETER: Itwonderful. What's John goingdo this summer? MARY:think he's goingthe mountains with his parents. FETER: Well, so long, Mary. Have fun. MARY: You too , Peter. Give my regardsJohn.'8 I'll see youSeptember.
My Dishwasher Mrs Williams liveda small streetLondon, and now she had a new neighbour. Her name was Mrs Briggs , and she talked a lot about her expensive furniture, her beautiful carpets and her new kitchen. "Do you know, " she saidMrs Williams one day, "I've got a new dishwasher. It washes the plates and glasses and knives and forks beautifully. " "Oh?" Mrs Williams answered. "And doesdry them and put themthe cupboard too?" Mrs Briggs was surprised. "Well," she answered, "the thingsthe machine are dry after an hour,butdoesn't put them away,of course. " "I've had a dishwasher for twelve and a half years," Mrs Williams said. "Oh?" Mrs Briggs answered. "And does yours put the thingsthe cupboard whenhas washed them?" She laughed nastily. "Yes , he does," Mrs Williams answered. "He dries the dishes and puts them away. "
7. Read the following dialogue once. Underline the key words while reading and retellyour partner the dialogueyour own words.
Frank and Charles discuss last night's television programme. Frank: Did you watch television last night, Charles? Charles: Yes ,did. Frank: It was a good game, wasn't if? Charles: Oh,didn't watch the football match.wanted, but my wife preferredsee the Frank: What a pity. It was quite exciting. Both teams played very well. Charles: How didfinish? Frank: It finisheda draw. What was the film like? Charles: It was quite good. But.I missed the beginningit becausehadeat first. Frank: Did your wife enjoy it? Charles: No , she didn't. After half an hour slie stopped watching and startedread a book.