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  • Hello, darling!

  • Hi, Agatha.

  • Who are you?

  • l'm Elena.

  • Darling, this is Elena!

  • Elena! Hello Elena! What are you doing here?

  • She's staying with us, sweetheart.

  • Why don't you tell me about these things?

  • l do, l do! l tell you everything, darling!

  • Elena, this is my gorgeous brother, Vic.

  • He's very handsome, very clever, and very forgetful!

  • l'm studying English here.

  • l come from Madrid. Nice to meet you.

  • . . . studying English?

  • Yes, l want to speak a good English and become a tourist guide.

  • Lovely! Lovely girl!

  • Where. . . where are you studying?

  • At the Queens School on Exeter Avenue. You know it?

  • Do l know it? . . .Agatha? Do l know the school?

  • Of course darling! Of course he does.

  • Of course l do! Silly me.

  • Silly you.

  • Silly you!

  • Well, l think that we are going to have a wonderful time

  • with Elena staying here.

  • Yes, a wonderful time.

  • Thank you.

  • How long are you going to be in London?

  • That's right: get to know each other and. . . l'll go start dinner.

  • Can l help you, Agatha?

  • No! Sweet girl.

  • You stay right where you are!

  • All right.

  • When did you arrive?

  • Today.

  • And you'll be staying with us. . . until you go back to Spain? When?

  • l go back to Madrid after my English course.

  • My language course is eight weeks.

  • l'm sorry. My sister is a little. . . eccentric.

  • Your sister is very nice.

  • Tell me. . . tell me about your family, Elena.

  • l have. . . many sisters and brothers.

  • Are you the oldest?

  • No. l have two brothers and one sister, who are older. . .

  • . . . older? Older than you.

  • Yes.

  • And. . . my mother is Carmen and my father is Fernando.

  • And this is your first time away from Madrid?

  • Yes. l am happy to be in London but also l am a little sad.

  • You miss. . . you miss your big family?

  • Yes, but you are very kind and you are very nice.

  • Thank you. And what does your. . .

  • what does your father do back in Madrid?

  • What's his job?

  • He makes. . . this. . . and this. . .

  • Oh! He makes. . . he makes furniture!

  • Yes, yes.

  • And your mother? Does she work?

  • My mother works very hard in the house. . . cooking, washing, cleaning.

  • Your mother is a housewife.

  • A housewife.

  • Housewife.

  • So. . . how are you getting along?

  • Just fine thanks, Agatha.

  • Very fine. Thank you.

  • Wonderful! Now come and help me set the table.

  • Ok.

  • Hi everyone, welcome back to your English course!

  • l hope you are ready to study hard today -

  • we have a lot to do!

  • What about our sitcom?

  • Was it difficult to understand?

  • Don't worry, it's always difficult at the beginning.

  • ln our story today,

  • Elena meets Agatha's brother Victor.

  • Victor is very surprised isn't he?

  • And Agatha is very strange in this episode!

  • l wonder why?

  • Anyway, today we are going to review

  • the personal subject pronouns,

  • the present simple of regular verbs

  • and then we are going to look at a new topic:

  • the personal object pronouns.

  • Listen: you're good students and... l like you,

  • He's Dylan, my husband, he's very good-looking and...

  • l like him!

  • We are also going to study how to say some countries,

  • nationalities and languages.

  • Are you ready to start?

  • So, do you remember how to use personal subject pronouns

  • and how to conjugate regular verbs?

  • Of course you do!

  • Let's practice them again and look at countries,

  • nationalities and languages.

  • l come from Australia so l am Australian and l speak English.

  • You come from France so you are French

  • and you speak French.

  • He comes from ltaly so he is ltalian and he speaks ltalian.

  • We come from Germany so we are German

  • and we speak German.

  • They come from Japan so they are Japanese

  • and they speak Japanese.

  • The nationality always stays the same - singular,

  • plural, masculine and feminine.

  • Do you see?

  • So, what do you think?

  • ls your English improving or. . .

  • 'please, help me:

  • the English language is too difficult!?'

  • Well, actually this is very helpful for our lesson today.

  • Have a look at this sentence 'please, help me!'.

  • 'Me' is a personal object pronoun, the object of the verb.

  • So, let's look at all the personal object pronouns.

  • We have me, you, him, her,

  • it, us, them.

  • Here are some examples:

  • Anna knows James well, Anna knows him well.

  • lnstead of Anna knows... Nadia well

  • we can say Anna knows her well.

  • lnstead of saying Anna knows French well,

  • we can say Anna knows it well.

  • Next we have us.

  • ln the sitcom when Victor says to Elena 'what are you doing here?'

  • Agatha replies 'she's staying with us'.

  • Finally we have them.

  • Anna knows Jack and Alice well,

  • Anna knows them well.

  • Wow, Anna knows a lot of people!

  • Well, that's all for today, well done!

  • You're great students and you're going to learn a lot!

  • l'll see you next time. Bye!

Hello, darling!

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英語之路 - DVD 01 - Lesson 03 - She comes from Spain(她來自西班牙) (English Way - DVD 01 - Lesson 03 - She comes from Spain)

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