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Lesson XV. I'm going to see a musical

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Youth at play.
Talking about plans.
Future with continuous.
Leisure activities.
An Invitation.
Telephone messages.
Who is calling?








act [‘ækt] акт
Address   [əˈdres] Адрес
amusement park [əˈmjuːzmənt pɑːk] парк развлечений
arts/crafts festival [ɑːts krɑːfts ˈfestɪvl̩] искусство / фестиваль ремесел
at (college) till (7:00)   в (колледж) до (7:00)
Barbecue   [ˈbɑːbɪkjuː] Барбекю
cafeteria [ˌkæfəˈtɪərɪə] кафетерий
canceled [ˈkænsəld] отменен
comedy [ˈkɒmədi] комедия
dictionary [ˈdɪkʃənri krɑːft feə] словарь
(craft) fair   (ремесленная) ярмарка
finish [ˈfɪnɪʃ] Конец
gathering handout [ˈɡæðərɪŋ ˈhændaʊt] сбор раздаточный
give [ɡɪv] дайте
Historic [hɪˈstɒrɪk] исторический
in [in] в
live [laɪv] жить
Musical   [ˈmjuːzɪkl̩] музыкальный
open [ˈəʊpən] открытый
overtime [ˈəʊvətaɪm] со временем
pick (someone) up [pɪk ˈsʌmwʌn ʌp] Взять кого-нибудь с собой
plan [‘plæn] план
return [rɪˈtɜːn] вернуть
speak [spiːk] говорить
spectator [spekˈteɪtə] зритель
telephone call [ˈtelɪfəʊn kɔːl] телефонный разговор
tennis tournament  [ˈtenɪs ˈtɔːnəmənt] теннисный турнир
that [ˈðæt ] что
tomorrow [təˈmɒrəʊ]
завтра
turn [‘tɜːn] очередь



EXPRESSIONS
Talking about plans
What are you doing tonight?
I’m going....
Are you doing anything tomorrow/ tonight?
No, I’m not.
What is he going to do tonight?
He’s going to ... .
Is he going to . . . tomorrow night? Yes, he is.

 

Apologizing and giving reasons.
I’m sorry, but I can’t go.
I’m working late.

 

Accepting and refusing invitations

Would you like to . . . ?/Do you want to ... ? I’d love to.

Oh, sorry, I can’t.

 

Making a business call

Good morning, ....

Hello. May I speak to ... , please?

. . .’s not in. Can I take a message? Yes, please. This is ... . Would you ask ... to call me?

My number is ... .

I’ll give . . . the message.

Thank you. Good-bye.

 

Leaving and taking messages.

Can/May I take a message?

Please tell. . . (that)....

Please ask ... to ... .

Would/Could you tell.. . (that). .. ? Would/Could you ask ... to ... ?


GRAMMAR EXTENSION

Future sentences:

With be going to

The verb be is always used in the be going to form - never in the present continuous.

Where are you going to be tomorrow?

I’m going to be at home.

With present continuous Arrive, come, go, leave, and stay are usually used in the present continuous.

We’re arrivnig (coming, going, leaving, staying) tomorrow.



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