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Deborah:
John:
Deborah:
John:
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Deborah:
John:
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Deborah:
John:
Deborah: | Hello?
Hi, Deborah! This is John. I'm calling from Australia. 
What are you doing in Australia?
I'm attending a conference in Sydney this week. Remember?
Oh, right. What time is it there? 
It's 10:00 P.M. And it's four o'clock in Los Angeles, right?
Yes - four o'clock in the morning. 
4:00 A.M.? I'm reallysorry.
That's OK. I'm awake now |

Deborah: Hello!
John: Hi, Deborah! This is John. I'm calling from Australia.
Deborah: What are you doing in Australia?
John: I'm attending a conference in Sydney this week. Remember?
Deborah: Oh, right. What time is it there?
John: It's 10:00 P.M. And it's four o'clock in Los Angeles, right?
Deborah: Yes- for o'clock in the morning
John: 4:00 A.M?I'm really sorry.
Deborah: That's Ok. I'm awake now.
awoke (awóuk) | awoken |
Lesson 2 Breakfast or lunch?    First listen and then answer the question.
   
    Why was the writer's aunt surprised?
    It was Sunday. I never get up early on Sundays. I sometimes stay in bed until lunchtime. Last Sunday I got up very late. I looked out of the window. It was dark outside. 'What a day!' Ithought. 'It's raining again.' Just then, the telephone rang. It was my aunt Lucy. 'I've just arrived by train,' she said. 'I'm coming to see you.'
    'But I'm still having breakfast,' I said.
    'What are you doing?' she asked.
    'I'm having breakfast,'
New words and expressions
until  prep.
outside adv.
ring  v.
aunt  n.
repeat  v.

Lesson 2 Breakfast or lunch?
First listen andthen answer the question
Why the writer´s aunt surprise?
It was Sunday. I never get up early on Sundays. I sometimes stay in bed until lunchtime. Last Sunday I got up very late. I looked out of the window. It was dark outside. “What a day! I thought. It´s raining again. Just then, the telephone rang. It was my aunt Lucy. I´ve just arrived by train, she said I´m coming to see you
But I´m stillhaving breakfast. I said
What are you doing? She asked
I´m Breakfast.
New words and expressions
Until prep
Outside adv
Ring v
Aunt n
Repeat v
CARMEN - Hi!  My name's Carmen.  What's your name?
PAULO - I'm Paulo.
CARMEN - Are you a new student?
PAULO - Yes, I am.  I'm from Brazil.  Where are you from?
CARMEN - I'm from Spain.
PAULO - Nice to meet you.
CARMEN - Nice to meet you too.Carmen- Hi! My name´s Carmen. What´s your name?
Paulo- I´m Paulo.
Carmen- Are you a new student?
Paulo Yes, I am. I´m from Brazil. Where are you from?
Carmen I´m from Spain
Paulo Nice to meet you
Carmen Nice to meet you too
Hi!  My name is Lupe.  I'm from Mexico.  I am a housewife.  I have a husband.  His name is Jorge.  I have two children.  Their names are Veronica and Alberto.  Nice tomeet you.
Hi! My name is Lupe. I´m from Mexico. I am housewife. I have a husband. His name is Jorge. I have two children. Their names are Veronica and Alberto. Nice to meet you
Looking for a Job
(before 2003)
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Are you looking for a job? More and more people arelooking for work. Also, more people are changing jobs as job markets change. How do you find out about new jobs? Besides the local newspaper, there are many places to check for more information on possible jobs. 
Public libraries in most towns and cities have information about jobs and different careers. This information includes lists of local, state, and federal government job opportunities. Theinformation tells you how to apply for the jobs. 

Government offices provide services in locating jobs. Federal, state, and local governments offer many civil service job opportunities. Civil service jobs are jobs with the federal, state, or local government like forest rangers, post office clerks, and highway workers. 

Many businesses hire workers through employment agencies. Employment...
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