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Lesson 19 - Can you tell me the way?

Prepare for the video II Lost in England (Giving Directions):
Learn this vocabulary first. Read, and click on the play button to listen. Record & compare.

Listen Look Listen, then record yourself. Listen to yourself. Listen to the person from the video.

1 -
Excuse me. Could you tell me the way to Southgate Street, please?
Just go up there and turn left.
Up, sorry, where?

Straight up to the traffic lights, and then turn left at the traffic lights.

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Answer:

Can you tell me the way to - Giving Directions.

Prepare your microphone. Click on the red button. Speak into your microphone. Click on stop. Then click on play. Listen!

Record:
2 - Excuse me. Could you tell me the way to Parchment Street?
Mmmh. Go down to Smith's and turn left. That's Parchment Street.

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 Can you tell me the way to - Giving Directions.

Record:
 

3 -
Excuse me. Can you tell me the way to The Cut, please?
Yes. It's just along here, and your first on your left.


Question & Answer:

 Can you tell me the way to - Giving Directions. Record:  

4 -
Excuse me. Can you tell me the way to Southgate Street, please?
Southgate? Up to the lights, and it's the road on the left.

Lovely. Thanks a lot.


Question & Answer:

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5 -
Excuse me. Could you tell me the way to the cathedral, please?
The cathedral's straight down here. Straight down here?
Yes.
Thanks.

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6 -
Excuse me. Could you tell me the way to the train station, please?
Train station?

Hmm-hmm (yes)
Straight up the road.

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