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Reading Practice

05 Oct

Do you still remember the motto I put on my previous posting?

PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT.

If you do –  then please read the below given materials in a little bit loud

until you’ll get familiar with your own voice.

If you need someone to listen to you and correct your pronunciation,

please contact me on 0813 856 49 658  or 0857  829 32 590.

Be my guess.  I’ll be there for you.

Please read the below mentioned reading materials and please DRILL yourselves to read them again and again:

  • Julia often gets up late and she got up late this morning.  She ate some cornflakes and drank some tea.  She did not was all the dishes.  She washed only some of them.  She did not have very much time this morning.
  • Julia is having lunch with a friend. “Were you late again this morning?” her friend wants to know.  “Yes, I was, and the manager was in the office, too!”.

“Oh? Did he see you?”

“Yes, he did.  He saw me when I came in.”

  • Arthur often goes to London. He is going there today and he went there yesterday, too.  He is talking to an old friend.

“Does this train usually arrive on time?” his friend wants to know.

“Yes, it does, but it didn’t yesterday.  It arrived late!”.

  • Arthur is back from London.  He went there this morning.  Deborah is at the station to meet him.

“Did you have a good time in London?” she wants to know.

“Yes, I did, and I met an old friend on the train this morning.”

  • Tom and Susan got married this morning.  They are having a party now. Susan’s parents are there and so are Tom’s.  They are drinking champagne, eating cake and having a good time.  Only Tom’s mother is unhappy. Susan’s father is making a speech.
  • Tom and Susan had a party here this afternoon. Tom’s parents were there and so were Susan’s.  Everybody ate cake, drank champagne and had a good time.  Only Tom’s mother did not eat or drink very much. She was unhappy. Frank made a speech.

 

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Posted by on October 5, 2011 in English Lessons & Exercises

 

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