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1. GRAMMAR:





Summary of Sally's Phone:


Unos alumnos han hecho esta versión de Sally's Phone:


Unos alumnos de 1-ESO han hecho esta versión de Sally's Phone:








SUBJECT PRONOUN
OBJECT PRONOUNS
I
me
You
you
He
him (masculine)
She
her (feminine)
It
it (thing)
We
us
You
you
They
them (people and things)
· they go before the verb
(Subject), e.g. He likes swimming.
· they go after the verb,e.g. He loves her.
NOT He loves she.
· use them after prepositions (with, to, from, etc.)
e.g. Listen to me! I'm in love with her.
NOT I'm in love with she.

Subject and Object Pronouns are used to refer to people and things when you don't want to repeat the noun, e.g.:
Sam can see Molly but she can't see him.
Sam can see Molly but she can't see he.
I love you.

Excuse me.
Excuse I.
I spoke to her.
I spoke to she.

· me is used instead of the subject pronoun I to answer the question Who?, e.g.:
A: Who wants a cup of coffee?

B: Me! / Us! / Them!
NOT I! / We! / They!




SUBJECT PRONOUN
POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES
OBJECT PRONOUNS
I
my
me
You
your
you
He
his
him (masculine)
She
her
her (feminine)
It
its
it (thing)
We
our
us
You
your
you
They
their
them (people and things)
· they go before the verb
(Subject), e.g. He likes swimming.
· they go before a noun,
e.g. My mother is visiting her brother.
· they go after the verb,e.g. He loves her.
NOT He loves she.
· use them after prepositions (with, to, from, etc.)
e.g. Listen to me! I'm in love with her.
NOT I'm in love with she.





Subject pronouns and Object pronouns:


(This video is a little difficult for Básico 1, but you can try to see what you can understand.)





Oxford University Press Grammar Activities: Object pronoun 1; Object pronoun 2

Other on-line activities: Object pronoun 1; Object pronoun 2; Object pronoun 3; Object pronoun 4; Object pronoun 5; Object pronoun 6; Object pronoun 7; Object pronoun 8; Object pronoun 9; Object pronoun 10; Object pronoun 11; Object pronoun 12; Object pronoun 13; Object pronoun 14; Object pronoun 15; Object pronoun 16; Object pronoun 17; Object pronoun 18; Object pronoun 19; Object pronoun 20;

Mix-exercises: Subject / Object pronoun 1; Subject / Object pronoun 2; Subject / Object pronoun 3; Subject / Object pronoun 4; Subject / Object pronoun 5; Subject / Object pronoun 6; Subject / Object pronoun 7; Subject / Object pronoun 8; Subject / Object pronoun 9 (Treasure hunt); Subject / Object pronoun 10; Subject / Object pronoun 11; Subject / Object pronoun 12; Subject / Object pronoun 13; Subject / Object pronoun 14; Subject / Object pronoun 15; Subject / Object pronoun 16; Subject / Object pronoun 17; Subject / Object pronoun 18;






2. PRONUNCIATION:


/ai/


/i/


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/i:/




Love story:
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3. READING & LISTENING:


ON THE PHONE

Hello. Who is it?

Hola. ¿Quién es?
It's Maria speaking.
This is Maria speaking.
Soy María (es María la que habla).
It's Maria calling.
This is Maria calling.
Soy María (es María la que llama).



Is Fred in?
Is Fred there?
¿Está Fred ahí?
Can I talk to John?
May I speak with Mr. Smith?
¿Puedo hablar con ...?



Just a sec. I'll get him.
One moment please.
Un momento. Se lo diré.
Hang on one second.
Please hold on.
Espere un momento.



Fred is not in. Who's this?
I'm sorry, Lisa's nothere at the moment. Can I ask who is calling?
Fred no está. ¿Quién es?
He's busy right now. Can you call again later?

Ahora está ocupado. ¿Puede llamar más tarde?



Ok. I'll call back later.

Ok. Llamaré más tarde.

Other vocabulary:
answer
responder al teléfono
answering machine
contestador automático
busy signal
línea ocupada
call
llamada
caller
la persona que llama
call back / phone back
devolver la llamada
call display
lista de llamadas
cordless phone
teléfono inalámbrico
dial
marcar (los números)
dial tone
sonido de canal abierto
phone book
agenda de números
hang up
colgar
phone
teléfono
phone booth / pay phone
cabina de teléfono o teléfono público de pago
pick up
descolgar el teléfono
receiver
receptor / emisor
ring
sonido del teléfono

Practice 1: Making an Appointment

Receptionist:
Hello, this is White Teeth Dental Clinic. Sally speaking. How can I help you?

Paul:
Hi Sally. It's Paul Brown calling. I have a sore tooth. I was hoping Dr. Cruise would have some time to see me this week.

Receptionist:
How about next Friday?

Paul
That would be great. Okay great. I'll see you on Tuesday then.

Receptionist:
Okay. Thanks for calling. See you then.

Paul:
Thanks. Bye.


Practice 2: Taking a Message

Susan:
Hello?

Andrew:
Hi, is this Susan?

Susan:
Yes. Who's this?

Andrew:
It's Andrew here. Is John in?

Susan:
No, he just stepped out for a moment. Can I take a message?

Andrew:
Yes, thanks. Can you ask him to meet me at the cinema at 8 pm tonight?

Susan:
Sure. Just let me write that down. Oh Andrew. Could you hold for a second? I have to take another call.

Andrew:
No problem.

Susan:
Hi. Sorry about that. Now could you please repeat that information? I didn't have a pen handy.

Andrew:
Sure. It's at the cinema at 8 o'clock.

Susan
Okay, I've got it. Is there anything else?

Andrew
No, that's great.

Susan:
Okay. Uh-oh, there's my other line again. I'd better run .

Andrew:
Okay, thanks again. Bye for now.

Susan
Bye-bye.



Practice 3: Ordering a Pizza

Hostess:
Dumbo's Pizza. How can I help you?

Customer:
Hi. I'd like to order a pizza please.

Hostess:
Okay. I'll have to transfer your call to our take-out department. One moment please.

Recorded Message:
Thank you for calling Dumbo's Pizza. All of our operators are busy at the moment. Please hold for the next available person.

Take-out Clerk:
Thank you for waiting. Narigato speaking. Is this for take-out or delivery?

Customer:
Delivery please.

Take-out Clerk:
Can I have your name and address please?

Customer:
My name is...

Take-out Clerk:
Sorry, it's really busy in here. Could you speak up a little please?

Customer:
Oh, sure. This is Deborah Simpson. My address is number 5 Apple Street.

Take-out Clerk:
Is that an apartment or a house?

Customer:
It's an apartment. Number 12.

Take-out Clerk:
Okay. And what would you like to order today?

Customer:
I'd like a large pepperoni pizza with mushrooms, olives and extra cheese.

Take-out Clerk:
I'm sorry, my English isn't very strong. Could you slow down a little please?

Customer:
No problem. That's a large pizza.

Take-out Clerk:
Large pizza. Okay.

Customer:
And I'd like it with pepperoni and mushrooms.

Take-out Clerk:
Pepperoni and mushrooms. Is there anything else?

Customer:
Yes, olives and extra cheese please.

Take-out Clerk:
Okay. I've got it all down.

Customer:
Great. And how long will that be?

Take-out Clerk:
It will be about 20 minutes, Miss Simpson.

Customer:
And how much will it cost?

Take-out Clerk:
Um -- Could you please hold on while I check with the kitchen?

Customer:
Don't worry about it. I have to go. I have another call coming through. Thank you. Bye for now.

Take-out Clerk:
Okay. Thanks for calling. Bye.

If you want to listen to some other "on the phone dialogues" click here: http://www.learning-english-online.net/skills/speaking/dialogues/talking-on-the-phone/


On the Phone
  • Press the PLAY button, listen to this telephone conversation and answer the questions below. (maybe a little bit difficult).
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5. SONG


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