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Living English: Episode 8: This is my brother
Living English: Episode 8 - This is my brother
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 8 - This is my brother:

Anne goes to Sarah's house for lunch.Anne arrives in a taxi.

TAXI-DRIVERHere we are.
ANNEHow much is that?
TAXI-DRIVERThat’ll be seventeenfifty thanks love.
She gives him twenty dollars
ANNEKeep the change.
TAXI-DRIVERThankyou. Have a nice day.
ANNE walks towards the house and knocks.
The door is opened by a little girl (LOUISE).
ANNEHello. I’m Anne.
Louise turns and runs.
LOUISEMummy!
SARAH comes to the door.
SARAHCome in Anne!
ANNEWhat a beautiful house!
SARAHIt’s been a lot of work, but we’re getting there. This is the bathroom. This is my daughter’s bedroom. And here’s the kitchen.
Louise is in the kitchen ‘helping’.
SARAHAnne’s here. You’ve met my daughter Louise.
ANNEHello Louise.
LOUISEI’m helping.
ANNEYes, I see…
SARAHAnd my husband Mark.
ANNEHello again.
Mark pretends to have a pain in the back.
ANNEOoh! Sorry about my heavy bag.
MARKJust kidding.
SARAHBut you haven’t met my little brother. This is Steve.
STEVEI was going to pick you up this morning. You wouldn’t let me.
ANNEI’m sorry. I like to find my own way around.
STEVENo worries. Maybe another time.
ANNEYes, maybe
SARAHCome on. Let’s go outside.

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