ລິ້ງ ສຳຫລັບເຂົ້າຫາ

It's Across from the Library


VOA Station ID

New Dynamic English, NDE 9A-1

Saly: Lao Opening

10/12/07

VOA

SCRIPT 9A

Contents

NDE Opening

Interview. Simon Tompkins: I just got back from Princeton

Language Focus. The oldest building is Nassau Hall.

Interview 2. Simon Tompkins: The lecture was in the library.

Language Focus. It’s on Nassau Street.

E-mail: What’s the town of Princeton like?

Language Focus. Listen and answer.

Daily Dialogue: In the Parking Lot (Part 1)

Question of the Week (answer): Riddles

NDE Closing

Story Interlude: Larry has visitors.

FIB Opening

Interview: Introducing Mr. Stewart Chapman of Federal Motors

Language Focus: Variations

Interview 2: Introducing Mr. Chapman

Language Focus: Questions Based on FIB Dialog

Culture Tips: Internet

Language Focus: True/False

Business Dialog: Greetings

Focus on Functions: Greetings

Gary’s Tips: Greetings

FIB Closing

NDE Opening

NDE MUSIC lead-in and then dips for voice over

Max (voice-over): Hi, I’m Max.

Kathy (voice-over): Hello. My name is Kathy.

Max and Kathy (voice-over): Welcome to New Dynamic English!

MUSIC up and then fade

Larry: New Dynamic English is a basic English language course and an introduction to American people and culture.

Today’s unit is “It’s Across From the Library.”

Saly: (In Lao)New Dynamic English is a basic English language course and an introduction to American people and culture.

Today’s unit is “It’s Across From the Library.”

This program will focus on locations and spatial relationships.

MUSIC

Kathy: Hi, Max.

Max: Hi, Kathy.

Who’s our guest today?

Kathy: Simon Tompkins.

Max: The photographer?

Kathy: That’s right.

Max: And what are we going to talk about?

Kathy: We’re going to talk about his visit to Princeton, New Jersey.

MUSIC

Interview. Simon Tompkins: I just got back from Princeton

Larry: Interview

Saly: The word Interview in Lao.

Simon visited Princeton, New Jersey.(in Lao)

The office of the university president is in Nassau Hall. Lao translation

It’s located at the main entrance to the campus, on Nassau Street. Chinese translation

Kathy: Our guest today is Simon Tompkins.

Hello, Simon.

Simon: Hi, Kathy.

Kathy: Simon, last week you visited Princeton, New Jersey.

Simon: Yes, I got back yesterday.

Kathy: What’s Princeton like? I’ve never been there.

Simon: Princeton University has a very beautiful campus.

There are lots of trees and some very old buildings.

The oldest building is two hundred and fifty years old.

It’s located at the main entrance to the campus, on Nassau Street.

Kathy: What’s the name of the building?

Simon: Nassau Hall. The office of the university president is in Nassau Hall.

Kathy: We’ll talk more with Simon Tompkins after our break.

This is New Dynamic English.

MUSIC

Language Focus. The oldest building is Nassau Hall.

Larry: Listen and repeat.

Saly: Listen to the words. Say the words.(in Lao)

Max: Princeton University has a very beautiful campus.

(pause for repeat)

Max: The oldest building is Nassau Hall.

(pause for repeat)

Max: Nassau Hall is located at the main entrance to the campus.

(pause for repeat)

Max: The office of the university president is in Nassau Hall.

(pause for repeat)

MUSIC

Interview 2. Simon Tompkins: The lecture was in the library.

Larry: Interview

Saly: The word Interview in Lao

Chinese: Simon gave a lecture about “The Art of Photography.”

· a lecture Lao translation

· a Student Center Lao translation

The library is in the northeast corner of campus. Lao translation

It’s at the intersection of Nassau Street and Washington Road. Lao translation

Kathy: Our guest today is Simon Tompkins.

What were you doing in Princeton?

Simon: I gave a lecture on “The Art of Photography.”

Kathy: Was your lecture at the art museum?

Simon: No, it wasn’t. It was in the library.

Kathy: Is the library near the art museum?

Simon: It’s not very far.

The art museum is in the center of campus, behind Nassau Hall.

The library is in the northeast corner of campus.

It’s at the intersection of Nassau Street and Washington Road.

Kathy: What did you do after the lecture?

Simon: I went to the Student Center for coffee with some students.

The Student Center is next to the library.

It’s between the library and Nassau Hall.

Kathy: Our guest is Simon Tompkins. We’ll talk more after our break.

This is New Dynamic English.

MUSIC

Language Focus. It’s on Nassau Street.

Larry: Listen and repeat.

Saly: Listen to the words. Say the words.(in Lao)

Max: Where is Nassau Hall?

It’s on Nassau Street.

(pause for repeat)

Max: Where’s the library?

The library is in the northeast corner of campus.

(pause for repeat)

Max: Where’s the Student Center?

The Student Center is between the library and Nassau Hall.

(pause for repeat)

MUSIC

E-mail: What’s the town of Princeton like?

Larry: E-mail.

Chinese: E-mail.

Chinese: Simon talks about the town of Princeton.

· a movie theater Chinese translation

What’s the town of Princeton like? Chinese translation

Kathy: Now let’s check our e-mail.

SFX: Computer keyboard sounds

Kathy: We have an e-mail from Lisa in Richmond.

Her question is: What’s the town of Princeton like?

Simon: Oh, it’s a small town.

The main street is Nassau Street.

There are a lot of small stores on Nassau Street, across from the campus.

And some very nice restaurants and coffee houses.

Kathy: Is there a movie theater in Princeton?

Simon: Yes, there’s a movie theater on Nassau Street, directly across from the library.

Kathy: Thank you for coming here today.

Simon: It’s been my pleasure.

Kathy: Let’s take a short break.

This is New Dynamic English.

MUSIC

Saly: Some explanations in Lao about Princeton University: its location, it's one of the famous American Universities ...

XS
SM
MD
LG