
1. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you become comfortable with the expression. Click A, B, and C. 
a) 
How many students are there in our class? 
b) 
Are there more boys or more girls? 
c) 
How many chairs are there in the classroom? 
d) 
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2. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you become comfortable with the expression.Click A, B, and C. 
a) 
How many windows are there? 
b) 
How many doors are there? 
c) 
Are there pictures on the wall? 
d) 
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3. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you become comfortable with the expression.Click A, B, and C. 
a) 
Are there maps on the wall? 
b) 
Is there a calendar in the room? 
c) 
Is there a desk or a table for the teacher? 
d) 
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4. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you become comfortable with the expression.Click A, B, and C. 
a) 
Are there desks or tables for the students? 
b) 
Our teacher speaks English very well. 
c) 
I mean he speaks clearly. It is easy for me to understand him. 
d) 
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5. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you become comfortable with the expression. Click A, B, and C. 
a) 
I want to speak English well. I want to go to school in the United States. I study every night. 
b) 
I know him. He writes letters to my friend John. They are good friends. 
c) 
I have your history book. 
d) 
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6. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you become comfortable with the expression. Click A, B, and C. 
a) 
Here is your book. 
b) 
Hello, Alisha, how are you? 
c) 
Fine. Do you have a book in your hand. 
d) 
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7. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you become comfortable with the expression. Click A, B, and C. 
a) 
What book is it? 
b) 
Do you study English? 
c) 
Do you study with Mr. Baki? 
d) 
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8. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you become comfortable with the expression.Click A, B, and C. 
a) 
Does your friend Tonya speak English? 
b) 
Do you and Tonya like the class? 
c) 
Does Tonya study at your house every night? 
d) 
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9. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you become comfortable with the expression.Click A, B, and C. 
a) 
Tell me, do you see Chris every day? 
b) 
He has my science notebook. Pleases ask him to bring it to school tomorrow. 
c) 
No, I need it in my science class. Goodbye. 
d) 
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10. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you become comfortable with the expression. Click A, B, and C. 
a) 
Mark, may I ask you a question? 
b) 
What do you do every night? 
c) 
Can you help me with the new English lesson? It is very difficult. 
d) 
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11. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you become comfortable with the expression. Click A, B, and C. 
a) 
May I come over tomorrow? 
b) 
No, I cannot. 
c) 
The teacher says we must also write a letter in English. I know I cannot do that. 
d) 
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12. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you become comfortable with the expression. Click A, B, and C. 
a) 
O.K., thanks Mark. I must go now. Goodbye. 
b) 
How do you get to school every day? 
c) 
What time does the bus come? 
d) 
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13. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you become comfortable with the expression. Click A, B, and C. 
a) 
Where do you meet the bus? 
b) 
Why do you go by bus? 
c) 
Does Rachel live with you? 
d) 
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14. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you become comfortable with the expression. Click A, B, and C. 
a) 
Who does she live with? 
b) 
How do they get to school? 
c) 
How long does it take for them to get to school? 
d) 
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15. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you become comfortable with the expression. Click A, B, and C. 
a) 
Devin, what day is it ? 
b) 
What day was yesterday? 
c) 
What was the day before yesterday? 
d) 
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16. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you become comfortable with the expression. Click A, B, and C. 
a) 
Was there school the day before yesterday? 
b) 
Was there school yesterday? 
c) 
Were you here yesterday> 
d) 
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17. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you become comfortable with the expression. Click A, B, and C. 
a) 
Were Mark and Zachary here yesterday? 
b) 
Was Steve there? 
c) 
Where was he? 
d) 
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18. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you become comfortable with the expression. Click A, B, and C. 
a) 
Was there an examination yesterday? 
b) 
I was sick. I stayed home in bed. 
c) 
Yes, I know. This morning I asked him to give me the examination tomorrow. 
d) 
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19. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you become comfortable with the expression. Click A, B, and C. 
a) 
I visited my friend on Sunday. When I walked home, it rained. 
b) 
No, I was not. I visited Zachary. We studied for the exam. 
c) 
Zachary helped me with the reading exercise. We also studied several lessons. 
d) 
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20. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you become comfortable with the expression. Click A, B, and C. 
a) 
Was it easy or difficult? 
b) 
I hope I can answer them. 
c) 
Thanks Mark. Goodbye. 
d) 
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21. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you become comfortable with the expression. Click A, B, and C. 
a) 
Hi, Steve . 
b) 
I saw your friend Dennis last night. 
c) 
He and I went to see a movie last night. 
d) 
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22. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you become comfortable with the expression. Click A, B, and C. 
a) 
We saw a picture about the French Revolution. 
b) 
It was good. Where were you last night? 
c) 
I went to bed very late. We saw Chris after the movie and he told us about his vacation. 
d) 
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23. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you become comfortable with the expression. Click A, B, and C. 
a) 
Hi, Albert. Did you have a good vacation last week? 
b) 
Did you go to ther mountains or to the seashore? 
c) 
Did you go with a friend? 
d) 
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24. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you become comfortable with the expression. Click A, B, and C. 
a) 
That is good. I wanted to take a vacation but I did not have enough money. 
b) 
No, I did not. I went to summer school. 
c) 
No, he did not. Excuse me, Chris, what time is it? 
d) 
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25. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you become comfortable with the expression.Click A, B, and C. 
a) 
I am late for class. 
b) 
Yes, it did. I must go. See you later. 
d) 
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