Lesson Four Identify Objects
1. What is this?
2. It's a cocktakl.
4. It's a mixed alcoholic drink.
5. Whose notebook is that?
6. It is not mine. It may belongs to Jessie.
7. Up to now, nobody has cleaned the suitcase.
8. Where is your umbrella?
9. It's behind the door.
10. I looked for my wallet everywhere. But I couldn't find it.
11. You must have left it in your office.
12. Please look for it in the hotel lost and found office.
13. Can you describe your blouse?
14. It is a green one with a high neck.
15. Do you remember where you misplaced it?
Number one Your rooms are mess.
A. Tide, it's time to get up. You are going to be late for school.
B. Mum, where is my white shirt?
A. It's in the wash machine.
B. Dammit, I can only have have the blue shirt on. Where my new tier and belt?
A. On the chair.
B. Where is cap?
A. Behide the door.
B. I looked for but cannot find it.
A. Isn't this black cap yours?
B. This is not mine. Mine is blue. This might be Michael's.
A. You must have left it in your classroom.
B. I'll go have a look. Mum, where is my overcoat?
A. Tide, it is on your bed. Look, your room is mess.
Number two, At the lost and found office of a hotel.
A. Good morning, Sir?
B. Good morning, Miss! I'm worry because I have lost my suitcase this morning.
A. Where did you lose it?
B. I still had it when I got off the taxi. And I just couldn't remember where I misplaced it.
A. Can you describe it?
B. Sure, it is brown medium size suitcase on wheels.
A. M.., I'm afraid we've got nothing like that, sorry.
B. Oh, I made a mistake. I carried the black one today. It must be very like because there is nothing but a Cousu in it.
A. A cousu?
B. Where, a cousu is a sort of toy music instrument like flute. I will play at night at the Halloween parade.
A. Let me see.Yeh, we do have a black suitcase. Do you have the key?
The customer hands over the key, and the clerk opens the suitcase.
A. You are right, Sir. This is your cousu.
The clerk takes out a notebook.
A. Please sign your name here, Sir.
B. Ok, thank you for you help.
A. Welcome, enjoy yourself tonight.