NDE VOA Station ID
New Dynamic English, NDE 9C - 1
Saly: Lao 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 “There Are Pictures on the Walls.”
Saly: Explanations about New Dynamic English in Lao and what this lesson is about.MUSIC
Kathy: Hi, Max. Max: Hello, Kathy.
Who’s our guest today?
Kathy: Today we’ll be talking again with Sara Scott.
You know, the doctor from Chicago.
She’s going to tell us about the hospital where she works.
Saly: Explanation of the word funny in Lao with examples.
Interview. Sara: The fourth floor is only for children.
Saly: (in Lao) The fourth floor is only for children.
a room Lao translation·
a ceiling Lao translation
The fourth floor of the hospital is only for children. Lao translation
There are funny pictures on the walls. Lao translation
There are colorful curtains on the windows. Lao translation
We want our children to feel comfortable. Lao translation
Kathy: Our guest today is Sara Scott.
Sara is a doctor at a large hospital in Chicago.
You work mostly with children, don’t you?
Sara: That’s right. Most of my patients are children.
Kathy: Is your hospital only for children?
Sara: No, it isn’t. It’s a very large hospital.
But the fourth floor of the hospital is only for children.
The rooms look like children’s rooms.
There are funny pictures on the walls.
And there are colorful curtains on the windows.
Sometimes there are even pictures on the ceilings.
Kathy: Why are there pictures on the ceilings?
Sara: So that the children can look at the pictures when they are lying in their beds.
We want our children to feel comfortable.
Kathy: Our guest is Dr. Sara Scott. We’ll talk more after our break.
This is New Dynamic English.
Saly: Learning New Words: book and border with explanations and examples in Lao.