الدرس 29

إذا كنت تعتقد أن المحادثة صعبة فأنت خاطئ،فمن خلال هذه السلسلة سوف تصبح قادرا على تعلم المحادثة باللغة الانجليزية،بالإضافة إلى تطوير مهارة الاستماع،حيث سنحاول الاستماع يوميا.

وما يميز هذه السلسلة هو أنها من تقديم أساتذة أمريكيين،يعني ستتعلم اللغة الانجليزية من مصادر أصلي

ودائما قم بإحضار دفتر وقلم وهيا لنبدأ.الدفتر سيكون خاص بهذه السلسلة فقط

الخطوة الأولى أن تستمع على اللأقل 3 مرات ثم تقرأ النص أسفل الملف الصوتي مع تشغيل الأوديو.

Anna: Hello! In Washington, D.C., there are many places that bring history to life. But people who live here often do not have time to see them. They are too busy with work — like me. Hi, Marsha!
Marsha: Hi, Anna! Have a seat.
Anna: Thanks. This was a good idea. Working outdoors is nice.
Marsha: Um-hum, it is.
Anna: I am tired. Today was a busy day at work. And I still have work to do!
Marsha: Hmm, that’s too bad.
Anna: How are you these days?
Marsha: I’m really busy too, Anna. Let’s get to work.
Anna: Marsha, look! That bus has a photo of Abraham Lincoln!
Marsha: That’s an advertisement for Ford’s Theatre. They have a new show.
Anna: They have shows where Abraham Lincoln died?
Marsha: Yeah, it’s a working theater and a museum.
Anna: I love Lincoln. You know, Marsha, that advertisement reminds me of something.
Marsha: Um-hum. What’s that?
Anna: When I was a little girl … When I was a little girl … I was not like other children.
Marsha: Um-hum, I can believe that.
Anna’s voice: I was a tall, serious child. At the playground the other children played silly games. They played with dart guns. They played on the swings, the slide and the teeter-totter. They also played ball But not me. I loved to read serious books about U.S. presidents.
Anna: In fact, I wanted to be … don’t laugh … President of the United States.
Marsha: (laughs)
Anna: Stop! I know it’s a silly childhood dream.
Marsha: I’m sorry. It’s not silly. Guess what I wanted to be?
Anna: What?
Marsha: I wanted to be… an astronaut.
Anna: Really?
Marsha’s Voice: When I was a kid, I studied the stars and planets. I wanted to fly into outer space!
Anna: You know, Marsha, childhood dreams are really important.
Marsha: They are. And it’s good to remember them.
Anna: Hey! I have an idea. Let’s go.
Marsha: Go where?
Anna: Let’s go make our childhood dreams come true.
Marsha: We’re going to the Air & Space Museum! Yes!
Anna: No. We’re going to see a show at Ford’s Theatre just like Abraham Lincoln did when he died! It’s not far from here.
Marsha: Uh huh. That is your childhood dream.
Anna: Good point. Okay, next week, we’ll come here and be astronauts.
Marsha: Honestly?
Anna: Honestly.
Anna: Tonight we are seeing a show at Ford’s Theatre, where a man shot President Abraham Lincoln. This is history come to life … and a childhood dream come true! Until next time …

ابحث عن صديق ومارس معه هذا الحوار أو إنضم إلى مجموعتنا على تلكرام ومارس اللغة الإنجليزية مع أعضاء المجموعة،للإنضمام للمجموعة إضغط هنا

و في الأخير أنصحك بتكرار المقطع الصوتي أكثر من 3 مرات ونقل المحادثة في دفترك الخاص بهذه السلسلة و قم بممارسة اللغة عن طريق التحدث بها ولو مع نفسك بصوت مرتفع،كافئ مجهوداتنا بتعليق أو شارك السلسلة من خلال الأزرار الموجودة أسفله

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