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English USA Lesson 6, Part 1
Writer: Maurice Imhoof
Producer: Frank Beardsley
Turkish: Hülya Polat

In this ENGLISH USA lesson you will learn how to ask for directions and understand simple directions. This is useful English for finding one's way in a city.

Bu derste yol sormayı öğrenecek ve basit tarifleri anlamaya başlayacaksınız. Derste, bir kentte yolunuzu bulmanıza yardım edecek yararlı diyaloglar dinleyeceksiniz.


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2. This is English USA, on VOA. Now, Lesson 6, part 1.

3. Today Martin Learner is walking in the city looking for the Art Museum. He asks several people where the museum is located.

Bugün Martin Learner kentte yürüyerek Sanat Müzesi’ni arıyor. Karşılaştığı kişilere müzenin nerede olduğunu soruyor.

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5. STREET-TRAFFIC NOISE

6. MARTIN: Excuse me. Where is the museum?

7. FEMALE 1: The Art Museum? Go straight ahead. Then turn right at the Post Office.

8. MARTIN: The Post Office?

9. FEMALE 1: Yes. That big white building straight ahead.

10. MARTIN: I see. Thank you.

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12. MARTIN: Excuse me, please. Where is the Art Museum?

13. MALE 1: The Art Museum? Sorry. I don't know.

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15. MARTIN: Excuse me. Where is the Art Museum?

16. FEMALE 2: Hmmm. It's on the river.

1. MARTIN: Where is the river?

2. FEMALE 2: Over there. The museum is on Adams Street. No, no. Maybe, it's on Jefferson Street. I'm sorry. I don't know the street. Ask in that office.

3. MARTIN: Thank you.

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5. MARTIN: Good morning.

6. MALE 3: Good morning.

7. MARTIN: Where is the Art Museum?

8. MALE 3: It's on the river.

9. MARTIN: I know it's on the river.

10. MALE 3: Barbara, where is the Art Museum?

11. FEMALE 3: It's on Jefferson Street.

12. MARTIN: And where is Jefferson Street?

13. MALE 3: You really are lost! Come, I'll show you.

14. MARTIN: Thanks. I'm Martin Learner. I'm a reporter. I want to write about your museum.

15. MALE 3: Oh, I see. Welcome.

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2. MALE 3: OK. Go straight ahead. Go. . one. . .two. . . three. Go three blocks. Then turn left. That's Jefferson Street. Then go to the river.

3. MARTIN: Thank you very much.

4. MALE 3: No trouble.

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7. Let's listen to part of this conversation again.

Bu konuşmanın bir bölümünü tekrar dinleyelim.

8. MARTIN: Where is the museum?

9. FEMALE: Go straight ahead.

10. MARTIN: Where is the Art Museum?

11. MALE: It's on the river.

12. MARTIN: Where is the river?

13. FEMALE: Turn right.

14. Now, can you say it? Try to answer the questions.

Şimdi de siz sorabilir misiniz? Sorulara cevap vermeyi de deneyin.

15. MARTIN: Where is the museum?

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17. MARTIN: Where is the Art Museum?

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19. MARTIN: Where is the river?

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1. Simple directions can be given by Turn right, turn left, go straight ahead, go three blocks, or three streets. By pointing out landmarks such as tall buildings, churches, and monuments, and by using simple phrases, it is possible to ask for and give directions.

Basit yol tarifleri “Sağa dönün, sola dönün, dümdüz gidin, üç sokak(blok) geçin” diyerek verilebilir. Yüksek binalar, kiliseler ve anıtlar gibi önemli binaları da gösterebilir, basit kelimeler kullanarak yol tarifi verebileceğiniz gibi bir yere nasıl gidileceğini de sorabilirsiniz.

2. MARTIN: Where is the museum?

3. FEMALE 1: Go straight ahead. Then turn right.

4. MARTIN: Where is the Post Office?

5. MALE 1: Go three blocks. Then turn left.

6. MARTIN: Where is the river?

7. MALE 2: Turn right. Then go two streets.

8. Think about your city or town. If you are standing in some prominent place in the town, in front of a big store for example, can you give directions? Can you answer these questions?

Yaşadığınız kenti veya kasabayı düşünün. Kentin çok bilinen bir yerindeyseniz ve örneğin büyük bir mağazanın önündeyseniz, yerinizi tarif edebilir misiniz? Bu sorulara cevap verebilir misiniz?

9. MARTIN: Where is the museum?

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11. MARTIN: Where is the river?

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1. STREET-TRAFFIC NOISE

2. MARTIN: Excuse me. Where is Jefferson Street?

3. FEMALE 2: This is Jefferson Street.

4. MARTIN: Wonderful! Where is the river?

5. FEMALE 2: Turn right. Then go straight ahead. You can't miss it.

6. MARTIN: Thanks.

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8. You have been listening to VOA's English USA, Lesson 6, Part 1. In this lesson you learned to understand and say in English -- turn right, turn left, go straight ahead.

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English USA Lesson 6, Part 2
Writer: Maurice Imhoof
Producer: Frank Beardsley
Turkish: Hülya Polat


In this English USA Lesson, you will learn how to ask for directions and give simple directions to others.

Bu derste, yol tarifi sormayı öğrenecek ve başkalarına bir yere nasıl gideceklerini anlatmayı deneyeceksiniz.

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2. This is English USA, on VOA. Now, hear lesson 1, part 2.

3. Martin Learner is inside a museum. He meets the director.

Martin Learner müzede. Müze müdürüyle tanışıyor.

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5. MARTIN: Hello. I'm Martin Learner.

6. DIRECTOR: Good morning.

7. MARTIN: I'm a reporter for the Voice of America.

8. DIRECTOR: I'm Elizabeth Gonzalez.

9. MARTIN: I'm writing a story about museums in the United States.

10. DIRECTOR: How may I help you?

11. MARTIN: First, I want to see the museum. Then I want to ask some questions. What do you do?

12. DIRECTOR: I'm the director of the museum.

13. MARTIN: Good.

14. DIRECTOR: I direct all of the work in the museum. What do you want to see first?

15. MARTIN: I like to write about people.

16. DIRECTOR: Then you must see the American rooms. Come, I'll show you the way.

1. MARTIN: Thank you. Where are the American rooms?

2. DIRECTOR: First, go upstairs. Go straight ahead. Turn left in the second room.

3. MARTIN: Upstairs, straight ahead, turn left.

4. DIRECTOR: Yes. The American rooms are upstairs.

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6. MARTIN: Excuse me. Are these the American rooms?

7. MALE 1: No. They are on the left. Look there. Do you see that door?

8. MARTIN: Yes.

9. MALE 1: Go there. Turn left. Then go straight ahead.

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11. FEMALE 1: Excuse me, please. Where are the Native American rooms?

12. MARTIN: I'm sorry. I don't know. Ask that man over there.

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14. MALE 2: Hello. Where is the office?

15. MARTIN: Go downstairs. Then turn right.

16. MALE 2: Thanks.

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1. Let's listen to part of this conversation again.

Bu konuşmanın bir bölümünü yeniden dinleyelim.

2. MARTIN: Where are the American rooms?

3. DIRECTOR: Go upstairs. Then turn left.

4. MALE 2: Where is the office?

5. MARTIN: Go downstairs. Then turn right.

6. Can you answer the questions?

Bu sorulara cevap verebilir misiniz?

7. MARTIN: Where are the American rooms?

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9. DIRECTOR: Go upstairs. Then turn left.

10. MALE 2: Where is the office?

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12. MARTIN: Go downstairs. Then turn right. Come, I'll show you.

13. The most useful phrases for giving directions in English are [SAY IN ENGLISH] Straight ahead. [LOCAL LANGUAGE] which means go straight ahead. [SAY IN ENGLISH] Turn right. Turn left. [LOCAL LANGUAGE] which mean turn right or turn left. Another useful word is [SAY IN ENGLISH] "go" [LOCAL LANGUAGE] which means go in the direction of or to a specific place.

İngilizce’de tarif vermekte kullanılan en yararlı terimler STRAIGHT AHEAD/Dümdüz Gidin, TURN RIGHT/sağa dönün, TURN LEFT/sola dönün yapılarıdır. Bir başka yararlı kelime de “GO/gidin”dir, bir yöne veya belirli bir yere doğru gitmeniz gerektiğini belirtir.

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2. MARTIN: Excuse me. Where is a coffee shop?

3. FEMALE 2: Sorry. I don't know.

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5. MARTIN: Please, excuse me. Where is a coffee shop?

6. MALE 1: Coffee shop? Go to the Post Office. Then turn right. It's on Adams Street.

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8. MARTIN: Excuse me. Where is Adams Street?

9. FEMALE 1: Straight ahead.

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11. MARTIN: Excuse me. Where is a coffee shop?

12. MALE 2: Go one block. Do you see that hotel? Turn right.

13. MARTIN: Thanks.

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15. MARTIN: Excuse me, please. Where is the coffee shop?

16. FEMALE 2: Uhh. Coffee shop. Go over there.

17. MARTIN: Oh, I see. Thanks.

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19. COFFEE SHOP

1. WAITRESS: Hello.

2. MARTIN: Hello. Coffee, please.

3. COFFEE POURING

4. MARTIN: Ahhh. Wonderful.

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6. You have been listening to VOA's English USA, Lesson 6, Part 2. Today you practiced giving directions by answering where something is located.

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