Telephone conversation between two friends.

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What do you do?

Top Notch Pop Lyrics

What Do You Do?
(CHORUS)
What do you do?
What do you do?
I’m a student.
You’re a teacher.
She’s a doctor.
He’s a nurse.
What about you?
What do you do?
I’m a florist.
You’re a gardener.
He’s a waiter.
She’s a chef.
Do-do-do-do…
That’s what we do.
It’s nice to meet you.
What’s your name?
Can you spell that, please?
Thank you.
Yes, it’s nice to meet you, too.
(CHORUS)
We are artists and musicians,
architects, and electricians.
How about you?
What do you do?
We are bankers,
we are dentists,
engineers, and flight attendants.
Do-do-do-do…
That’s what we do.
Hi, I’m Linda. Are you John?
No, he’s right over there.
Excuse me. Thank you very much.
Good-bye.
Do-do-do-do…
Do-do-do-do…
Do-do-do-do…
Do-do-do-do…

English Conversation

Practice Makes Perfect: English Conversation (Practice Makes Perfect Series)

English Conversation – Practice Makes Perfect

Practice Makes Perfect: English Conversation (Practice Makes Perfect Series)

Learn how to speak English fluently and spontaneously with helpful instruction on correct pronunciation, grammar, syntax, and word usage, keeping in mind the typical problems of non-native English speakers. Includes engaging dialogues to illustrate practical conversational situations and example phrases or sentences to clarify each point. Practical and high-frequency vocabulary used throughout.

Practice Makes Perfect: English Conversation offers:
Engaging dialogues illustrate practical conversational situations
Example phrases or sentences clarify each point
A variety of exercises for practice, with an answer key that provides instant feedback and reference
Practical and high-frequency vocabulary used throughout.

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Real Life Elementary Episode 3.

Episode 3:
In this episode, the whole family goes to a café. They
discuss what they are going to order but Jon finds it
difficult to choose what to eat. When the waiter comes to
take the order, Jon is finally able to make a decision. Dave
appears and is invited to join them but he has a previous
arrangement with friends. Anna’s attitude to Dave again
gives Mark the opportunity to make fun of her.

Functional language

Scenes 1, 2 and 3 Offering and ordering food and
drink; asking and saying prices

Before you watch

Elicit what happened in the previous episode. Ask
students how often they eat out. Where do they go?
What are their favourite cafés or restaurants?

Vocabulary to be pre-taught or checked

Choice hurry up a slice of smoothie sir/madam

Extra questions

Scene 1

What kinds of food are healthy?

Scene 2

What would you order?

Scene 3

What kinds of food do you think are ‘yummy’?

Top Notch TV Fundamentals Course Season 1.

The four-Level “Top Notch TV Video Course,” by Joan Saslow and Allen Ascher, builds both Listening comprehensions skills and Productive Language skills. Each level of “Top Notch TV” consists of a hilarious TV-style situation comedy and authentic on-the-street interviews. In addition, five original pop songs and karaoke help reinforce new language. “Top Notch TV” is available in DVD or VHS format and Comes Packaged with photocopiable Activity Worksheets and Teaching Notes.
The “Top Notch TV Video Course” CAN be Used in a number of Ways:
* As a video-based Complete Listening / Speaking Course That Teaches Key Vocabulary, Grammar, and Social Language
* As a video-plus-workbook Supplement to Accompany the “Top Notch” Textbook series
* As a video-plus-workbook complement to any Low-Beginning to Intermediate-Level English Language Course
* As a self-study or distance-learning video-plus-workbook program.

Top Notch TV Fundamentals Course Season 1/ Unit 1.

The four-Level “Top Notch TV Video Course,” by Joan Saslow and Allen Ascher, builds both Listening comprehensions skills and Productive Language skills. Each level of “Top Notch TV” consists of a hilarious TV-style situation comedy and authentic on-the-street interviews. In addition, five original pop songs and karaoke help reinforce new language. “Top Notch TV” is available in DVD or VHS format and Comes Packaged with photocopiable Activity Worksheets and Teaching Notes.
The “Top Notch TV Video Course” CAN be Used in a number of Ways:
* As a video-based Complete Listening / Speaking Course That Teaches Key Vocabulary, Grammar, and Social Language.
* As a video-plus-workbook Supplement to Accompany the “Top Notch” Textbook series
* As a video-plus-workbook complement to any Low-Beginning to Intermediate-Level English Language Course.
* As a self-study or distance-learning video-plus-workbook program.

Top Notch TV Fundamentals Course Season 1 / Unit 2.

* Who’s that?
* Social language.
* Discuss nationalities and occupations.
* Grammar possessive adjectives.