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Some Streets Should Be for Bycycles Only


NDE Join Us on VOA

New Dynamic English, NDE 9F-3


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NDE Opening

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Kathy: Now let’s check our e-mail.

SFX: Computer keyboard sounds

Kathy: We have an e-mail from Christie in Los Angeles.

Her question is: “Is it safe to ride your bike on the streets of San Francisco?”

Mike: Well, that’s a difficult question.

There’s a lot of traffic, and sometimes there are accidents.

Kathy: Is the city government doing anything for bike riders... to make bike riding safer?

Mike: Well, last year they made bike lanes along some of the major streets.

But I think they should do more.

They should stop all automobile traffic on some streets.

Some streets should be for bicycles only.

Then it would be much safer to ride bikes.

Kathy: Thank you, Mike, for being our guest today.

Mike: Thank you.

Kathy: Let’s take a short break.

This is New Dynamic English.

MUSIC

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Language Focus. Listen and answer.

Larry: Listen and answer.

Listen for the bell, then say your answer.

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Max: If more people rode bikes, would there be more air pollution?

(ding)

(pause for answer)

Max: No, there wouldn’t.

Max: There would be less air pollution because there would be fewer cars.

(short pause)

Max: If there were fewer cars on the road, would there be more accidents?

(ding)

(pause for answer)

Max: No, there would be fewer accidents if there were fewer cars.

(short pause)

Max: If some streets were for bicycles only, would it be safer to ride a bike?

(ding)

(pause for answer)

Max: Yes, it would. It would be much safer.

(short pause)

MUSIC

Daily Dialogue: Making a Date (Part 3)

Larry: Daily Dialogue: Making a Date (Part 3)

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Stephanie has to do her English homework. \kp7;k,;jk Stephanie 8hv’wfhgIafdko[hkole]a[;y-krklkva’dyf0v’]k;D

Larry: Listen to the conversation.

SFX: phone

Stephanie: Hello?

(short pause)

Freddy: Hi, Stephanie. This is Freddy.

(short pause)

Stephanie: Oh... hi... Freddy.

(short pause)

Freddy: Would you like to go to a movie tonight?

(short pause)

Stephanie: Oh, Freddy, I’m sorry, but I can’t.

(short pause)

Freddy: Why not?

(short pause)

Stephanie: I have to wash my hair.

(short pause)

Freddy: That’s okay. I’ll wait.

(short pause)

Stephanie: No, really, I can’t.

(short pause)

I have to give my dog a bath.

(short pause)

Freddy: No problem. I’ll help you.

(short pause)

Stephanie: I just can’t, Freddy.

(short pause)

I have to do my English homework.

(short pause)

Freddy: I’ll do it for you!

(short pause)

Stephanie: Really??

(short pause)

OK. I’ll see you at six!

(short pause)

Larry: Listen and repeat.

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Stephanie: I just can’t, Freddy.

(pause for repeat)

I have to do my English homework.

(pause for repeat)

Freddy: I’ll do it for you!

(pause for repeat)

Stephanie: Really??

(pause for repeat)

OK. I’ll see you at six!

(pause for repeat)

MUSIC

Question of the Week (question): “Whose flag is it?”

Larry: Question of the Week!

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NDE Closing


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