Erişilebilirlik

English USA Lesson 7, Part 1
Writer: Maurice Imhoof
Producer: Frank Beardsley
Turkish: Hülya Polat

In this ENGLISH USA lesson you will learn how to ask where people are from and tell others where you are from. This is useful English for getting acquainted.

Bu derste karşılaştığınız kişilere nereli olduklarını sormayı ve onlara nereli olduğunuzu sormayı öğreneceksiniz. Bu, tanışmalarda çok işinize yarayabilir.


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2. This is English USA, on VOA. Now, hear lesson 7, Part 1.

3. In today's lesson, Martin Learner interviews Stefan Nowak in a coffee shop. You will learn to ask where someone is from.

Bugünkü derste Martin Learner bir kafede Stefan Nowak’la roportaj yapacak. Karşınızdaki kişiye nereli olduğunu sormayı öğreneceksiniz.

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5. COFFEE SHOP SOUNDS

6. MARTIN: Hi, Stefan. Please, sit down.

7. STEFAN: Hello, Mr. Learner.

8. CHAIR BEING PULLED OUT

9. MARTIN: Oh, please call me Martin. OK?

10. STEFAN: Martin. OK.

11. WAITRESS: Morning. What're yu gonna have?

12. MARTIN: Two coffees, please.

13. WAITRESS: That's it!? OK.

14. STEFAN: What did she say?

1. MARTIN: She said, "What are you going to have?" What're yu gonna have? What are you going to have?

2. STEFAN: Ah. What are you going to have? Sometimes, I do not understand waiters?

3. MARTIN: Sometimes, I don't understand!

4. COFFEE CUPS BEING PLACED ON TABLE

5. WAITRESS: Here y'are. Two coffees.

6. MARTIN: Thanks.

She said, "Here you are."

7. STEFAN: I understand.

8. MARTIN: Stefan, I'm writing a news report. It's going to be about students in the U. S. and I want to write about you.

9. STEFAN: You are going to write about me!? OK.

10. MARTIN: Good. May I record you on this tape recorder?

11. STEFAN: Yes, sure.

12. LAUGH

13. TAPE RECORDER SWITCH

14. MARTIN: First, tell me your full name.

15. STEFAN: My name is Stefan Nowak.

1. MARTIN: I want to get it right. Please spell it for me.

2. STEFAN: S-T-E-F-A-N N-O-W-A-K.

3. MARTIN: Where are you from?

4. STEFAN: I am from Poland.

5. MARTIN: I know you're from Poland. What city are you from? Warsaw?

6. STEFAN: No, I'm not from Warsaw. I am from Cracow. Where are you from?

7. MARTIN: I'm from Chicago. But I live in Baltimore now.

8. STEFAN: I lived in Warsaw too.

9. MARTIN: Before I lived in Baltimore, I lived in many cities. I lived in Washington, San Francisco, Paris, and Berlin.

10. STEFAN: That's many places!

11. MARTIN: Well, I write news stories and reports. Reporters go where there is news.

12. WAITRESS: More coffee?

13. COFFEE SHOP SOUNDS

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

Konuşmanın bu bölümünü tekrar dinleyelim.

3. MARTIN: Where are you from?

4. STEFAN: I'm from Poland.

5. MARTIN: What city are you from?

6. STEFAN: I'm from Cracow. Where are you from?

7. MARTIN: I'm from Chicago.

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

Şimdi de siz söyleyebilir misiniz? Sorulara cevap vermeye çalışın.

9. MARTIN: I'm from Chicago. Where are you from?

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11. STEFAN: I'm from Cracow. Where are you from?

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13. Questions beginning with ?where? and ending with "from" are answeredby naming a place--a country, a region, a state, or a city.

Where? Soru kelimesiyle başlayan ve “from” la biten sorulara bir ülke, bir bölge, eyalet veya kent adıyla cevap verebilirsiniz.

14. MARTIN: Where are you from?

15. STEFAN: I'm from Poland.

16. MARTIN: Where?

1. STEFAN: Poland. Where are you from?

2. MARTIN: I live in Baltimore now. But I'm from Chicago.

3. STEFAN: I live in Baltimore now too.

4. Can you answer the questions?

Sorulara cevap verebilir misiniz?

5. MARTIN: I live in Baltimore now. Where do you live?

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7. STEFAN: I live in Baltimore too. Where do you live?

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9. COFFEE SHOP SOUNDS

10. WAITRESS: More coffee?

11. MARTIN: Yes, please.

12. STEFAN: Thank you. Excuse me, where are you from?

13. WAITRESS: Here.

14. STEFAN: Where?

15. WAITRESS: Here. I'm from Baltimore. Where're you from?

16. STEFAN: I live in Baltimore.

1. WAITRESS: I lived in Florida last year. I lived in California. I lived in Texas.

2. COFFEE SHOP SOUNDS

3. WAITRESS: I lived in Ohio, New York, Washington. . .

4. COFFEE SHOP NOISE

5. You have been listening to VOA's English USA, Lesson 7, Part 1. In this lesson, you heard Martin Learner, the reporter, and Stefan Nowak, the student, talk about where they are from and where they live.

English USA’nin 7’inci dersinin 1’nci bölümünde Amerika’nın Sesi muhabiri Martin Learner’in öğrenci Stefan Nowak’la yaptığı ropörtajı dinlediniz. Learner ve Nowak nereli olduklarını ve nerede yaşadıklarını konuştu.

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English USA Lesson 7, Part 2
Writer:
Maurice Imhoof
Producer: Frank Beardsley
Turkish: Hülya Polat

In this English USA lesson, you will learn how to tell people where you are from, where you live now, and where you lived in the past. This will help you get acquainted with English speakers when you first meet.

Bu derste nereli olduğunuzu, nerede yaşadığınızı, eskiden nerede oturduğunuzu söylemeyi öğreneceksiniz. Bu bilgi, ilk kez tanıştığınız İngilizce konuşan kişilerle anlaşmanızı kolaylaştıracaktır.

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2. This is English USA, on VOA. Now, hear Lesson 7, Part 2.

3. Martin and Stefan are in the coffee shop. Martin finds out Stefan is a student studying health administration, and he meets Stefan's friend Susan.

Martin ve Stefan bir kafedeler. Martin, üniversite öğrencisi olan Stefan’ın sağlık yönetimi okuduğunu öğreniyor ve Stefan’ın arkadaşı Susan’la tanışıyor.

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5. COFFEE SHOP NOISE

6. MARTIN: OK, Stefan. You live in Baltimore now. What do you do in Baltimore?

7. STEFAN: I am a student.

8. MARTIN: Where?

9. STEFAN: At Johns Hopkins University. I am studying health administration.

10. MARTIN: That's very interesting.

11. WAITRESS: More coffee?

12. STEFAN: No, thank you.

13. MARTIN: No, thanks. Let's listen to our tape Stefan.

1. TAPE REWINDING

2. MARTIN: There we are.

3. FOLLOWING DIALOGUE ON CASSETTE RECORDER

4. MARTIN: First, tell me your full name.

5. STEFAN: My name is Stefan Nowak.

6. MARTIN: I want to get it right. Please spell it for me.

7. STEFAN: S-T-E-F-A-N N-O-W-A-K.

8. MARTIN: Where are you from?

9. STEFAN: I am from Poland.

10. MARTIN: I know you're from Poland. What city are you from? Warsaw?

11. STEFAN: No, I'm not from Warsaw. I'm from Cracow. Where are you from?

12. MARTIN: I'm from Chicago.

13. SWITCH RECORDER OFF

14. MARTIN: That sounds good.

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16. Let's listen to part of this conversation again, then you try to answer the questions.

Konuşmanın bu bölümünü tekrar dinleyin, sonra da sorulara cevap vermeye çalışın.

17. STEFAN: I'm from Poland. Where are you from?

18. MARTIN: I'm from Chicago? What city are you from?

1. STEFAN: I'm from Cracow.

2. Now you try to answer.

Şimdi de cevap vermeye çalışın.

3. MARTIN: I'm from Chicago. Where are you from?

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5. STEFAN: I'm from Cracow. Where are you from?

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7. Let's listen again.

Tekrar dinleyin.

8. MARTIN: I live in Baltimore now.

9. STEFAN: I live in Baltimore too.

10. WAITRESS: I live in Baltimore. I lived in Florida last year.

11. MARTIN: I lived in Berlin.

12. STEFAN: I lived in Warsaw.

13. In English, one important way to talk about events in the past is to change the endings of words. [SAY IN ENGLISH] "I live in Baltimore now. I lived in Warsaw last year. Live. Lived. “I live” means I live in a place now, today, in the present time. "I lived" means I lived in a place some time in the past.

İngilizce’de geçtişteki olaylardan sözederken genellikle fiillerin sonları değiştirilir. "I live in Baltimore now. I lived in Warsaw last year.” “I live" şu anda yaşadığınız yeri söylemek istediğiniz zaman kullanılır. “I lived” daha önce yaşadığınız yeri söylerken, geçmiş zamandan bahsederken “live”/yaşamak fiilinin kullanmanız gereken şeklidir.

1. COFFEE SHOP NOISE

2. MARTIN: Let's go on.

3. SWITCH ON

4. MARTIN: You live in Baltimore. You're a student at Johns Hopkins University. Where did you live last year?

5. STEFAN: I lived in Warsaw last year. I worked in Warsaw for two years.

6. MARTIN: What did you do?

7. STEFAN: I worked in a hospital. I worked in the office.

8. MARTIN: What did you do in the office?

9. STEFAN: There's my friend Susan. Susan! Sorry, Martin. I want you to meet Susan.

10. SUSAN: Good morning.

11. MARTIN: Good morning. I'm Martin Learner.

12. SUSAN: Hello. I'm Susan Wolf.

13. STEFAN: Martin is a reporter. He is writing a story about me.

14. SUSAN: Really!? Why?

15. STEFAN: Because I'm from Poland.

16. MARTIN: And he's a student. He's studying at the university. Where are you from, Susan?

1. SUSAN: I'm from Ohio.

2. MARTIN: What do you do?

3. SUSAN: I'm a student too.

4. MARTIN: What do you study?

5. SUSAN: I study music. I'm a musician.

6. MARTIN: Wonderful! Do you live in Baltimore?

7. SUSAN: I live in Baltimore now. I worked (lived) in Washington last year.

8. WAITRESS: What're yu gonna have?

9. SUSAN: What?

10. STEFAN: She said, "What are you going to have?"

11. ALL LAUGH

12. SUSAN: Nothing, thank you. I'm going to study now. Goodbye, Mr.Learner. 'Bye, Stefan.

13. MARTIN: Goodbye.

14. STEFAN: Goodbye, Susan.

15. COFFEE SHOP NOISE

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17. You have been listening to VOA's English USA, Lesson 7, Part 2. Today you learned to tell another person where you live now and where you lived in the past.

English USA’de 7’nci dersin 2’nci bölümünü dinlediniz. Bugün karşınızdaki kişiye şu anda oturduğunuz yeri ve eskiden yaşadığınız yeri (kenti, ülkeyi) söylemeyi öğrendiniz. Sekizinci derste yine birlikte olmak umuduyla.

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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.

13. PEOPLE

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

15. MARTIN: Go downstairs. Then turn right.

16. MALE 2: Thanks.

17. PEOPLE

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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.

1. STREET-TRAFFIC NOISES

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

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

4. STREET-TRAFFIC NOISES

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.

7. STREET-TRAFFIC NOISES

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

9. FEMALE 1: Straight ahead.

10. STREET-TRAFFIC NOISES

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.

14. STREET-TRAFFIC NOISES

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.

18. STREET-TRAFFIC NOISES

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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English USA Lesson 7, Part 1

Writer: Maurice Imhoof

Producer: Frank Beardsley

Turkish: Hülya Polat

In this ENGLISH USA lesson you will learn how to ask where people are from and tell others where you are from. This is useful English for getting acquainted.

Bu derste karşılaştığınız kişilere nereli olduklarını sormayı ve onlara nereli olduğunuzu sormayı öğreneceksiniz. Bu, tanışmalarda çok işinize yarayabilir.

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2. This is English USA, on VOA. Now, hear lesson 7, Part 1.

3. In today's lesson, Martin Learner interviews Stefan Nowak in a coffee shop. You will learn to ask where someone is from.

Bugünkü derste Martin Learner bir kafede Stefan Nowak’la roportaj yapacak. Karşınızdaki kişiye nereli olduğunu sormayı öğreneceksiniz.

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5. COFFEE SHOP SOUNDS

6. MARTIN: Hi, Stefan. Please, sit down.

7. STEFAN: Hello, Mr. Learner.

8. CHAIR BEING PULLED OUT

9. MARTIN: Oh, please call me Martin. OK?

10. STEFAN: Martin. OK.

11. WAITRESS: Morning. What're yu gonna have?

12. MARTIN: Two coffees, please.

13. WAITRESS: That's it!? OK.

14. STEFAN: What did she say?

1. MARTIN: She said, "What are you going to have?" What're yu gonna have? What are you going to have?

2. STEFAN: Ah. What are you going to have? Sometimes, I do not understand waiters?

3. MARTIN: Sometimes, I don't understand!

4. COFFEE CUPS BEING PLACED ON TABLE

5. WAITRESS: Here y'are. Two coffees.

6. MARTIN: Thanks.

She said, "Here you are."

7. STEFAN: I understand.

8. MARTIN: Stefan, I'm writing a news report. It's going to be about students in the U. S. and I want to write about you.

9. STEFAN: You are going to write about me!? OK.

10. MARTIN: Good. May I record you on this tape recorder?

11. STEFAN: Yes, sure.

12. LAUGH

13. TAPE RECORDER SWITCH

14. MARTIN: First, tell me your full name.

15. STEFAN: My name is Stefan Nowak.

1. MARTIN: I want to get it right. Please spell it for me.

2. STEFAN: S-T-E-F-A-N N-O-W-A-K.

3. MARTIN: Where are you from?

4. STEFAN: I am from Poland.

5. MARTIN: I know you're from Poland. What city are you from? Warsaw?

6. STEFAN: No, I'm not from Warsaw. I am from Cracow. Where are you

from?

7. MARTIN: I'm from Chicago. But I live in Baltimore now.

8. STEFAN: I lived in Warsaw too.

9. MARTIN: Before I lived in Baltimore, I lived in many cities. I lived in Washington, San Francisco, Paris, and Berlin.

10. STEFAN: That's many places!

11. MARTIN: Well, I write news stories and reports. Reporters go where there is news.

12. WAITRESS: More coffee?

13. COFFEE SHOP SOUNDS

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

Konuşmanın bu bölümünü tekrar dinleyelim.

3. MARTIN: Where are you from?

4. STEFAN: I'm from Poland.

5. MARTIN: What city are you from?

6. STEFAN: I'm from Cracow. Where are you from?

8. MARTIN: I'm from Chicago.

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

Şimdi de siz söyleyebilir misiniz? Sorulara cevap vermeye çalışın.

10. MARTIN: I'm from Chicago. Where are you from?

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12. STEFAN: I'm from Cracow. Where are you from?

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14. Questions beginning with ?where? and ending with "from" are answered

by naming a place--a country, a region, a state, or a city.

Where? Soru kelimesiyle başlayan ve “from” la biten sorulara bir ülke,

bir bölge, eyalet veya kent adıyla cevap verebilirsiniz.

15. MARTIN: Where are you from?

16. STEFAN: I'm from Poland.

17. MARTIN: Where?


1. STEFAN: Poland. Where are you from?

2. MARTIN: I live in Baltimore now. But I'm from Chicago.

3. STEFAN: I live in Baltimore now too.

4. Can you answer the questions?

Sorulara cevap verebilir misiniz?

5. MARTIN: I live in Baltimore now. Where do you live?

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7. STEFAN: I live in Baltimore too. Where do you live?

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9. COFFEE SHOP SOUNDS

10. WAITRESS: More coffee?

11. MARTIN: Yes, please.

12. STEFAN: Thank you. Excuse me, where are you from?

13. WAITRESS: Here.

14. STEFAN: Where?

15. WAITRESS: Here. I'm from Baltimore. Where're you from?

16. STEFAN: I live in Baltimore.

1. WAITRESS: I lived in Florida last year. I lived in California. I

lived in Texas.

2. COFFEE SHOP SOUNDS

3. WAITRESS: I lived in Ohio, New York, Washington. . .

4. COFFEE SHOP NOISE

5. You have been listening to VOA's English USA, Lesson 7, Part 1. In this lesson, you heard Martin Learner, the reporter, and Stefan Nowak, the student, talk about where they are from and where they live.

English USA’nin 7’inci dersinin 1’nci bölümünde Amerika’nın Sesi muhabiri Martin Learner’in öğrenci Stefan Nowak’la yaptığı ropörtajı dinlediniz. Learner ve Nowak nereli olduklarını ve nerede yaşadıklarını konuştu.

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English USA Lesson 7, Part 2

Writer: Maurice Imhoof

Producer: Frank Beardsley

Turkish: Hülya Polat

In this English USA lesson, you will learn how to tell people where you are from, where you live now, and where you lived in the past. This will help you get acquainted with English speakers when you first meet.

Bu derste nereli olduğunuzu, nerede yaşadığınızı, eskiden nerede oturduğunuzu söylemeyi öğreneceksiniz. Bu bilgi, ilk kez tanıştığınız İngilizce konuşan kişilerle anlaşmanızı kolaylaştıracaktır.

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2. This is English USA, on VOA. Now, hear Lesson 7, Part 2.

3. Martin and Stefan are in the coffee shop. Martin finds out Stefan is a student studying health administration, and he meets Stefan's friend Susan.

Martin ve Stefan bir kafedeler. Martin, üniversite öğrencisi olan Stefan’ın sağlık yönetimi okuduğunu öğreniyor ve Stefan’ın arkadaşı Susan’la tanışıyor.

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5. COFFEE SHOP NOISE

6. MARTIN: OK, Stefan. You live in Baltimore now. What do you do in Baltimore?

7. STEFAN: I am a student.

8. MARTIN: Where?

9. STEFAN: At Johns Hopkins University. I am studying health administration.

10. MARTIN: That's very interesting.

11. WAITRESS: More coffee?

12. STEFAN: No, thank you.

13. MARTIN: No, thanks. Let's listen to our tape Stefan.

1. TAPE REWINDING

2. MARTIN: There we are.

3. FOLLOWING DIALOGUE ON CASSETTE RECORDER

4. MARTIN: First, tell me your full name.

5. STEFAN: My name is Stefan Nowak.

6. MARTIN: I want to get it right. Please spell it for me.

7. STEFAN: S-T-E-F-A-N N-O-W-A-K.

8. MARTIN: Where are you from?

9. STEFAN: I am from Poland.

10. MARTIN: I know you're from Poland. What city are you from? Warsaw?

11. STEFAN: No, I'm not from Warsaw. I'm from Cracow. Where are you from?

12. MARTIN: I'm from Chicago.

13. SWITCH RECORDER OFF

14. MARTIN: That sounds good.

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16. Let's listen to part of this conversation again, then you try to answer the questions.

Konuşmanın bu bölümünü tekrar dinleyin, sonra da sorulara cevap vermeye çalışın.

17. STEFAN: I'm from Poland. Where are you from?

18. MARTIN: I'm from Chicago? What city are you from?

1. STEFAN: I'm from Cracow.

2. Now you try to answer.

Şimdi de cevap vermeye çalışın.

3. MARTIN: I'm from Chicago. Where are you from?

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5. STEFAN: I'm from Cracow. Where are you from?

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7. Let's listen again.

Tekrar dinleyin.

8. MARTIN: I live in Baltimore now.

9. STEFAN: I live in Baltimore too.

10. WAITRESS: I live in Baltimore. I lived in Florida last year.

11. MARTIN: I lived in Berlin.

12. STEFAN: I lived in Warsaw.

13. In English, one important way to talk about events in the past is to change the endings of words. [SAY IN ENGLISH] "I live in Baltimore now. I lived in Warsaw last year. Live. Lived. “I live” means I live in a place now, today, in the present time. "I lived" means I lived in a place some time in the past.

İngilizce’de geçtişteki olaylardan sözederken genellikle fiillerin sonları değiştirilir. "I live in Baltimore now. I lived in Warsaw last year.” “I live" şu anda yaşadığınız yeri söylemek istediğiniz zaman kullanılır. “I lived” daha önce yaşadığınız yeri söylerken, geçmiş zamandan bahsederken “live”/yaşamak fiilinin kullanmanız gereken şeklidir.

1. COFFEE SHOP NOISE

2. MARTIN: Let's go on.

3. SWITCH ON

4. MARTIN: You live in Baltimore. You're a student at Johns Hopkins University. Where did you live last year?

5. STEFAN: I lived in Warsaw last year. I worked in Warsaw for two years.

6. MARTIN: What did you do?

7. STEFAN: I worked in a hospital. I worked in the office.

8. MARTIN: What did you do in the office?

9. STEFAN: There's my friend Susan. Susan! Sorry, Martin. I want you to meet Susan.

10. SUSAN: Good morning.

11. MARTIN: Good morning. I'm Martin Learner.

12. SUSAN: Hello. I'm Susan Wolf.

13. STEFAN: Martin is a reporter. He is writing a story about me.

14. SUSAN: Really!? Why?

15. STEFAN: Because I'm from Poland.

16. MARTIN: And he's a student. He's studying at the university. Where are you from, Susan?

1. SUSAN: I'm from Ohio.

2. MARTIN: What do you do?

3. SUSAN: I'm a student too.

4. MARTIN: What do you study?

5. SUSAN: I study music. I'm a musician.

6. MARTIN: Wonderful! Do you live in Baltimore?

7. SUSAN: I live in Baltimore now. I worked (lived) in Washington last year.

8. WAITRESS: What're yu gonna have?

9. SUSAN: What?

10. STEFAN: She said, "What are you going to have?"

11. ALL LAUGH

12. SUSAN: Nothing, thank you. I'm going to study now. Goodbye, Mr.

Learner. 'Bye, Stefan.

13. MARTIN: Goodbye.

14. STEFAN: Goodbye, Susan.

15. COFFEE SHOP NOISE

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17. You have been listening to VOA's English USA, Lesson 7, Part 2. Today you learned to tell another person where you live now and where you lived in the past.

English USA’de 7’nci dersin 2’nci bölümünü dinlediniz. Bugün karşınızdaki kişiye şu anda oturduğunuz yeri ve eskiden yaşadığınız yeri (kenti, ülkeyi) söylemeyi öğrendiniz. Sekizinci derste yine birlikte olmak umuduyla.

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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.

10. PEOPLE

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.

13. PEOPLE

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

15. MARTIN: Go downstairs. Then turn right.

16. MALE 2: Thanks.

17. PEOPLE

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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.

1. STREET-TRAFFIC NOISES

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

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

4. STREET-TRAFFIC NOISES

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.

7. STREET-TRAFFIC NOISES

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

9. FEMALE 1: Straight ahead.

10. STREET-TRAFFIC NOISES

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.

14. STREET-TRAFFIC NOISES

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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