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The Motorhome Has a Kitchen


NDE VOA Station ID

New Dynamic English, NDE 9D-1

Saly: Lao Opening

NDE Opening

VOA

SCRIPT 9D

Contents

NDE Opening

Interview. Bob Harris: We’re going to rent a motorhome.

Language Focus. When you travel by car, you have to stay in hotels.

Interview 2. Bob Harris: It has a kitchen.

Language Focus: The door is on the side of the motorhome.

Interview 3. Bob Harris: There are four beds.

Language Focus. Listen and answer.

Daily Dialogue: Making a Date (Part 1)

Question of the Week (answer): What can’t you buy?

NDE Closing

Story Interlude: Househunting

FIB Opening

Interview: Blake

Dialog: FIB Dialog, Blake, first meeting with Gomez

Language Focus: Variations

Interview: Blake

Language Focus: Questions Based on FIB Dialog

Culture Tips: Embrace Change

Language Focus: True/False

Business Dialog:

Focus on Functions: Talking with a receptionist

Gary’s Tips:

FIB Closing

NDE 9D – 1

Saly: Lao Opening

New Dynamic English.

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 “The Motorhome Has A Kitchen.”

Saly: Explanation in Lao what New

Dynamic English is about and what the title of this lesson is.

MUSIC

Kathy: Hello, Max. Max: Hi, Kathy.

Who’s our guest today?

Kathy: Bob Harris, the postal worker from Florida.

Max: Oh, sure...

He’s married to Sandra Harris. They have two children--Collette and, uh, John.

Kathy: Right. Bob’s going to talk to us today about his family’s vacation plans.

Max: Great!

MUSIC

Interview. Bob Harris: We’re going to rent a motorhome.

Larry: Interview

Saly: Explanation of the word ·

· a motorhome in Lao

Are you going to rent a car? Lao translation

When you travel by car, you have to pay for motels. Lao translation

We can save a lot of money, because we don’t have to eat at restaurants. Lao translation

Kathy: Now it’s time for today’s interview.

Our guest today is Bob Harris

Next summer, you’re going to Alaska with your family.

Bob: That’s right.

We’re going to take the ferry from Seattle to Anchorage, Alaska.

And then we’re going to drive around Alaska for a week.

Kathy: Are you going to rent a car?

Bob: No, we’re going to rent a motorhome.

Kathy: A motorhome?

Bob: Yes. Some people call them RV’s --recreational vehicles.

Kathy: Why are you going to rent a motorhome?

Isn’t it expensive?

Bob: Not really.

When you travel by car, you have to stay in motels.

Motels are expensive.

When you travel in a motorhome, you don’t have to pay for motels.

You can sleep in the motorhome.

And the motorhome has a kitchen, so we can cook our own meals.

We can save a lot of money, because we don’t have to eat at restaurants.

Kathy: Sounds like a great idea for a vacation, Bob.

Our guest today is Bob Harris. We’ll talk more after our break.

This is New Dynamic English.

MUSIC

Language Focus. When you travel by car, you have to stay in hotels.

Larry: Listen and repeat.

Saly: Translation in Lao

Max: Bob is going to rent a motorhome.

(pause for repeat)

Max: Next summer Bob is going to rent a motorhome.

(pause for repeat)

Max: You have to stay in motels.

(pause for repeat)

Max: When you travel by car, you have to stay in motels.

(pause for repeat)

Max: You don’t have to stay in motels.

(pause for repeat)

Max: When you travel in a motorhome, you don’t have to stay in motels.

(pause for repeat)

MUSIC

Saly:

NDE Closing

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