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The Student Center Is Near the Library


VOA Station ID

New Dynamic English, NDE 9A-3

Saly: Lao Opening

NDE Opening

Language Focus. Listen and answer.

Larry: Listen and answer.

Listen for the bell, then say your answer.

Saly(Lao): Listen for the bell, then say your answer.

Max: Is the Student Center near the library?

(ding)

(pause for answer)

Max: Yes, it is. It’s next to the library.

(short pause)

Max: Is the art museum in front of Nassau Hall?

(ding)

(pause for answer)

Max: No, it isn’t. It’s behind Nassau Hall.

Max: Is Nassau Hall on Washington Road?

(ding)

(pause for answer)

Max: No, it isn’t. It’s on Nassau Street.

(short pause)

MUSIC

Daily Dialogue: In the Parking Lot (Part 1)

Larry: Daily Dialogue: In the Parking Lot (Part 1)

Saly(Lao): Daily Dialogue: In the Parking Lot (Part 1))

A woman is talking to a policeman.

She thinks someone has stolen her car.

· a parking lot Lao translation

Someone stole my car. Lao translation

Larry: Listen to the conversation.

Saly(Lao): Listen to the conversation.

Nancy: Excuse me, officer, but.. but... someone stole my car!

(short pause)

Policeman: Someone stole your car?

(short pause)

Nancy: Yes, they stole it! They stole my car!

(short pause)

Policeman: Where was it? Where was your car?

(short pause)

Nancy: It was right here, in this parking lot.

(short pause)

Larry: Listen and repeat.

SalyLao): Listen to the words. Say the words.

Nancy: Excuse me, officer, but.. but... someone stole my car!

(pause for repeat)

Policeman: Someone stole your car?

(pause for repeat)

Nancy: Yes, they stole it! They stole my car!

(pause for repeat)

Policeman: Where was it? Where was your car?

(pause for repeat)

Nancy: It was right here, in this parking lot.

(pause for repeat)

MUSIC

Question of the Week (answer): Riddles

Larry: Question of the Week!

Saly(Lao): The Question of the Week is “Riddles.”

· a hint Lao translation

UPBEAT MUSIC

Max: It’s Question of the Week time, Kathy!

Are you ready to play?

Kathy: I certainly am!

Max: This week our questions will be riddles.

A riddle is a kind of word game.

It’s a question without an easy answer.

And often the answer is a kind of joke.

Kathy: Well... I think I’m ready.

Max: Okay... first riddle: Why isn’t your nose twelve inches long?

Kathy: Twelve inches long?

Hmm... Let me see....

Max: Do you want a hint?

Kathy: Yes, please.

Max: Twelve inches is one foot.

Kathy: One foot? Twelve inches is one foot.

Oh, oh, oh. I get it!

Your nose can’t be twelve inches long...

Because if it were twelve inches long, it would be a foot!

Max: That’s right, Kathy!

It would be a foot! A foot is twelve inches long!

Kathy: Okay, I’m ready for riddle number two.

Saly: Lao Closing

NDE Closing

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