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Hello.
Welcome to Living English.
Today we're looking at directions.
How do you ask the directions when you're in a strange city?
Remember from last episode...
... Anne has an appointment with a private detective.
Now she has to find his office.
Let's see how she goes in today's episode of 'Sisters and Brothers'.
Excuse me.
Yes.
Could you tell me how to get to Mitshell Street?
Yes, you...
You're going the wrong way.
You need to go straight along here...
... past the silver balls.
Turn left and it's the second on the right.
Opposite the Town Hall.
Thank you very much.
You're welcome.
Excuse me.
Yes.
I'm looking for number 23.
Barbour's Private Investigator.
Over there, next to trees.
- Thank you. - Good luck.
[...].
Come in.
Sorry.
Yes. Any time.
Oh, yes. [...].
Must go now.
And goodbye.
Ms [...]. Julia.
Bye.
Mister Barbour?
John, John. [...] private investigator.
And you must be Ms Lee.
Please sit doown.
Now.
What can I do for you Ms Lee?
Could you find him for me?
Who's the man on the photograph...
... we'll find out in the next episode.
But first let's look again at how Anne asks for directions.
- Excuse me. - Yes?
Could you tell me how to get to Mitshell Street?
Anne says 'Excuse me'.
This is polite.
Because the woman is a strainger.
Let's practise that.
Make sure you say 'excuse' and not 'scuse'.
Excuse me.
How does Anne ask for direction?
Could you tell me how to get to Mitshell Street?
Anne asks politely for directions.
She says 'Could you tell me how to get to'...
... where she wants to go.
Let's try at home with some different places.
First Smith Street.
Ask how to get to Smith Street.
Could you tell me how to get to Smith Street?
The post office.
Could you tell me how to get to the post office?
The airport.
Could you tell me how to get to the airport?
Now let's listen to the directions.
Yes, you...
You're going the wrong way.
You need to go straight along here...
... past the silver balls.
Turn left and it's the second on the right.
Opposite the Town Hall.
Thank you very much.
You're welcome.
We'll look at some of those words a bit later.
Anne asks someone else for directions.
Watch how she asks this time.
Excuse me.
Yes.
I'm looking for number 23.
Barbour's Private Investigator.
Anne says what she is looking for.
She says...
... 'I'm looking for number 23.'
This is the street number.
You try saying this with the clip.
Excuse me.
Yes.
I'm looking for number 23.
Anne is talking about what she is doing now.
She is looking for something.
"I'm looking for" is short for "I am looking for".
This is called the Present Continuous Tense.
We use it for actions which continue.
Let's practise.
Use 'I'm looking for' with these words.
The post office.
I'm looking for the post office.
The supermarket.
I'm looking for the supermarket.
Look at what happens when instead of 'I' we use other words.
Anne's looking for number 23.
So what's Anne looking for?
Answer using 'she's'.
She's looking for number 23.
What's he looking for?
He's looking for number 23.
What are you looking for?
You're looking for number 23.
And what are they looking for?
They're looking for number 23.
Everybody is looking for number 23.
Look at how we write and say these.
Say it after me.
I'm looking.
He is looking.
She is looking.
It's looking.
You're looking.
We're looking.
They're looking.
Notice how we use 'am' with 'I'.
I am looking.
But we usually say 'I'm looking'.
'Is' is used with 'he', 'she', and 'it'.
He is looking.
But we usually say 'He's looking'.
'Are' is used with 'you', 'we', and 'they'.
They are looking.
Finally look at how John asks Anne what she wants.
What can I do for you Ms Lee?
He asks what he can do for her.
He means what does she want him to do.
Try at home with the clip.
What can I do for you Ms Lee?
Come in.
Brenton [...]?
You must be Michelle. Please sit down.
Thank you.
What can I do for you Michelle?
You can help me practise my card checking.
What do I have to do?
Pock three cards.
Put them face up on the table.
So we have an Ace, a Queen, and a Ten.
Where's the Queen?
In the middle.
The Queen is in the middle.
Where's the Ace?
On the left.
The Ace is on the left.
And where's the Ten?
On the right.
The Ten is on the right.
Now you try at home.
I'll just mix them around a bit.
Now look at the cards and tell me.
Where is the Ace?
That's right.
The Ace is on the right.
Where is the Ten?
The Ten is in the middle.
And where is the Queen?
The Queen is on the left.
Now Brenton.
I'm going to turn the cards face down...
... and we'll see if you can remember where the Queen is.
Watch carefully.
Now where is the Queen?
- Um. - What do you think?
Is it on the left?
On the right?
Or in the middle?
I think it's on the left.
Let's have a look.
Oh no, that's the Ten.
I think the Queen is in the middle.
Sorry.
Let's look again at our episode of 'Sisters and Brothers'.
And see how many words you can hear describing where things are.
You need to go straight along here...
... past the silver balls.
Turn left and it's the second on the right.
Opposite the Town Hall.
The woman tells Anne to go straight along that is 'don't turn'.
Then she says it's past the silver balls.
It is further along [...] silver balls in the same direction.
She tells Anne to turn left.
And then she says 'It's the second on the right'.
She means Anne should turn to the right at the second street she comes through.
Finally the woman says 'It's opposite the Town Hall'.
That is it is directly across the street from the Town Hall.
Look at another part of the story.
Over there, next to trees.
The place Anne is looking for is next to the trees.
Now we have some new words to describe where something is.
Brenton, I'm going to put another card down here.
It's a Two.
Now where is the Two?
The Two is on the left.
Is there another way we can describe where it is?
It's next to the Queen.
And where is the Queen?
The Queen is between the Two and the Ace.
That's right. It's between them.
There's a card on one side...
... and another one on the other side of the Queen.
Now there's one more word we heard they had said where something is.
But I need to put up some more cards.
Now Brenton, how would you describe where the Queen is now?
Well, it's between the Ace and the Two.
Uhuh.
That's also opposite the Four.
Goodbye till next time.
See you later.
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Living English - Episode 04 - Second on the left

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