Home » , » Let's Learn English - Lesson 18: She Always Does That

Let's Learn English - Lesson 18: She Always Does That


ADS



Let's Learn English - Lesson 18: She Always Does That
Let's Learn English - Lesson 18: She Always Does That
This is the 18th episode of Let's Learn English. Anna reads the news for the first time. She learns that there is a right way and a wrong way to read the news.

Let's Learn English is a new course for English learners. Certified American English teachers designed the course for beginners. The course continues for 52 weeks.

Full Episode List of Let's Learn English



Let's Learn English - Lesson 18: She Always Does That


Download - Let's Learn English - Lesson 18: She Always Does That

Download

Let's Learn English - Lesson 18: She Always Does That:


AnnaHello, from Washington, D.C.! Today at work I am reading the news for the first time. I am really nervous. But my boss, Ms. Weaver, is here to help me.
CatyNow, Anna, remember. When we read the news we are always reading facts. We never show our feelings.
AnnaSure thing, Ms. Weaver.
CatyGreat. Are you ready?
AnnaYes.
CatyOkay, let’s try the first story!
AnnaHello, and welcome to The News.
AnnaA new book is very popular with children and families. This is it.
AnnaIt is about a lost duckling. The duck's mother cannot find him.
CatyStop! Anna, when you say the words “duck” and “duckling” you look really sad.
AnnaI do?
CatyYes. Sad is a feeling.
AnnaSad is not a fact. Sorry. Let me try again.
CatyOkay, she’s trying again! And go.
AnnaHello, and welcome to The News. A new book is very popular with childrenand families. This is it.
AnnaIt is about a lost duckling. The duck’s mother can not find ‘im. But a family gives him a home.
CatyStop! Anna, you are doing it again.
AnnaThis story is very sad.
CatyI have an idea. Let’s read the second story. She’s reading the second story. And … go!
AnnaHello , and welcome to The News. In Indiana, a grandmother is the first 80-year-old woman to win The Race Car 500.
AnnaThat is awesome!
CatyStop! Stop! Anna, please -- no feelings.
AnnaRight. But it is awesome that an 80-year-old grandmother wins a car race.
CatyJust the facts, Anna.
AnnaRight.
AnnaHello, and welcome to The News. In Indiana, a grandmother is the first 80-year-old woman to win The Race Car 500.
AnnaShe rarely talks to reporters. But when she does, she often says, “Nothing can stop me now!”
AnnaI am very happy for her!
CatyStop, stop, stop!! Anna, you cannot say you are happy.
AnnaBut I am happy.
CatyBut you can’t say it.
AnnaWhy?
CatyThis is the News. Happy and sad are feelings. You can’t have them in The News.
AnnaOkay. I got it.
CatyOkay. Let’s try the third story. She’s reading the third story!
AnnaHello and welcome to The News.
City politicians in Big Town are using city money to have a big party on a cruise ship. They are taking the money for the party from the children’s library.
AnnaWhat?! That makes me very angry.
CatyNo, no, no! Anna, you cannot say you are angry! This is The News!!!
AnnaWhat can I do, Ms. Weaver? Take out my feelings and put them here … on the news desk?
CatyYes. Yes. That’s right! Now you’ve got it!
CatyLet’s repeat the first story.
AnnaThis is going to be a very long day.
AnnaUntil next time!




Originally published at http://learningenglish.voanews.com/p/5644.html

Written by : Learn from real English Team

We always believe that the best way to learn English is learning English from real English the way the native speaker use. This is the natural way of learning English. You will be surprised how much your English has improved when you expose yourself to real English environment.

Join Me On: Facebook | Twitter | Google Plus :: Thank you for visiting ! ::

0 comments:

Post a Comment