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Living English: Episode 4 - Second on the Left
Living English: Episode 4 - Second on the Left
Living English is English teaching programmed ran by Australia Network TV. These 42-part series focuses on the English language used in everyday situations such as checking into a hotel or describing people. Get to know the characters of our drama 'Sisters and Brothers' as you learn and revise your basic English skills.
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Living English: Episode 4 - Second on the Left



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Anne is looking for John's office. A woman is waiting at a bus stop. Anne approaches her.

ANNE is looking for JOHN’s office. A WOMAN is waiting at a bus stop. ANNE approaches her.
ANNEExcuse me.
WOMANYes?
ANNECould you tell me how to get to Mitchell Street?
WOMANYes. 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.
ANNEThank you very much.
WOMANYou’re welcome.
ANNE follows the directions. She approaches a shopkeeper.
ANNEExcuse me.
SHOPKEEPERYes?
ANNEI’m looking for number 23. Barbour’s Private Investigator.
SHOPKEEPEROver there. Next to the trees.
ANNEOh. Thank you
SHOPKEEPERGood luck. You’ll need it.
ANNE enters the building and goes up the stairs. She knocks at the door.
JOHNCome in!
ANNE enters and looks around.
JOHN(to ANNE) Sorry. (to phone) Yes, any time…yes usual rates. Must go now. Right. Goodbye. Julia. Bye.
He hangs up and leaps to shake ANNE’s hand.
ANNEMr Barbour?
JOHNJohn. Private investigator. You must be Ms Lee. Please sit down.
She does so, hesitantly.
JOHNNow what can I do for you Ms Lee?
She puts the photo of DAVID on his desk.
ANNECould you find him for me?

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