الدرس 49

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

Anna: It is no secret that Washington, D.C. has spies. Well, it should be a secret because spying is secret. But it’s not a secret. There’s even a spy museum! The International Spy Museum has created an amazing collection of spy things! And today, we will see them! My boss, Ms. Weaver, has sent me here … on a mission!

Ms. Weaver: Hello, Anna, are you there?
Anna: That’s her. Yes, Agent Peacock. This is Agent Flamingo, reporting for duty.
Ms. Weaver: Agent what? Look, Anna … I mean, Agent Flamingo, I want you to learn all you can about spying.
Anna: You mean, collect intelligence?
Ms. Weaver: Yeah, it’s for our new show — “D.C. Secrets.”
Anna: You’ve got it, Agent Peacock. The mission is safe with me.
Ms. Weaver: Oh, okay, great. Just be back by noon.
Anna: Agent Peacock, I’m at an air duct!
Ms. Weaver: Yes, spies sometimes sneak down air ducts.
Anna: I have never snuck down an air duct. It’s dark and small. I’m afraid of dark, small places.
Ms. Weaver: You can do it, Agent Flamingo. You know, spies aren’t afraid of a little darkness.
Anna: Right. It’s just an air duct — a dark, small air duct. Okay. I’m doing it, Agent Peacock! I am sneaking down a long, dark, small air duct. I’m having a little trouble breathing.
Ms. Weaver: Just keep going, Agent Flamingo. Think of the team!
Anna: Okay, I will think of the team. I’m thinking of the team, Agent Peacock! I did it! I did it! I sneaked down an air duct. That was a little uncomfortable.
Ms. Weaver: Good!
Anna: What’s the next mission?
Ms. Weaver: Umm … have you ever cracked a code?
Anna: No.
Ms. Weaver: Well, go learn. Spies use their brains.
Anna: Got it! I’ve never cracked a code before. Let’s try, Agent Flamingo! This is really hard. I’m still trying to crack the code. I’ve cracked the code! I’ve cracked the code, Agent Peacock! My brain really hurts.
Ms. Weaver: Great. Umm, Agent Flamingo, now answer this question: Do spies have to be in good shape?
Anna: “Yes,” Agent Peacock! Spies have to be in really good shape! Can you hear me?
Ms. Weaver: You’re breaking up, Flamingo.
Anna: The International Spy Museum is awesome! Agent Peacock, I completed the mission!
Ms. Weaver: Great. Great. Now, I have another very important mission for you.
Anna: Got it. See you back at H.Q.!
Ms. Weaver: Yummy! You brought my lunch! Thanks, Agent Flamingo!
Anna: Mission completed. Agent Peacock!
(Amelia makes a face.)
Ms. Weaver: Don’t ask.
Special thanks go out to the International Spy Museum for letting us film in the museum!

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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