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2 72 Number 5. Where is the man traveling? Number 6. What is the woman trying to lose? Exercise 2. Dictation in a Dialogue: Trying to Get a Better Price (bargaining), p. 123: This is a dialogue in which the people are bargaining. Bargaining means when you try to get a better price for something that you want to buy. The people in the dialogue are friends talking about the price of a car. There are seven blank lines in the dialogue. Fill in each blank line with the correct sentence that you will hear. Listen carefully. You will hear a number. Find that sentence number. You will hear each sentence three times. First, listen to the sentence. Repeat the sentence. Then listen again. Write the sentence. Finally, listen again. Check your sentence. The number in the parentheses is the number of words in the sentence. Now, let s begin with number 1. Sentence number 1. I am asking \$10,000. Listen and write: I am asking \$10,000. Listen and check: I am asking \$10,000. Sentence number 2. How much do you think you can pay? Listen and write: How much do you think you can pay? Listen and check: How much do you think you can pay? Sentence number 3. It is the painting with the old house near the lake. Listen and write: It is the painting with the old house near the lake. Listen and check: It is the painting with the old house near the lake.

5 75 Number 4. Was the motorcycle an American motorcycle or a Japanese motorcycle? Number 5. Were the salespeople in the store nice? Number 6. Was your favorite motorcycle at the store? Number 7. Was your helmet expensive? Number 8. Were all the helmets black? Number 9. Was anyone with you when you bought your new motorcycle? Number 10. Were you happy when you bought your new motorcycle? Exercise 4. Understanding Simple Math Problems, p. 127: You will hear a math problem. Write in the missing numbers in the correct places. Are you ready? Let s begin. Number plus 16 is 26. Number 2. 8 plus 6 is 14. Number and 20 are 33. Number and 7 equals 28. Number minus 5 equals 90. Number minus 17 equals 10. Number minus 24 equals 1. Number minus 2 equals 84. Number time 3 equals 36. Number times 2 equals 74. Number divided by 4 equals 21.

6 76 Number divided by 8 equals 9. Exercise 5. Understanding Numbers in Number Situations, p.128: In this exercise, you will hear situations involving numbers. Listen very carefully to each situation. Take notes on the information and then answer the question about the situation. Each situation and question will be repeated. Example: YOU HEAR: I have 8 books. I gave 1 book to Jerry and 2 books to Jerry s brother. Question: How many books do I have now? ANSWER: 5. Are you ready? Let s begin with situation number 1. Situation number 1. There are 3 classrooms. Each classroom has 21 students in it. How many students are there altogether? (repeat) Situation number 2. The English test has 50 questions on it. Jackie had 13 wrong answers. How many of her answers were correct? (repeat) Situation number 3. This watch costs \$35, and that watch costs \$85. How much price difference is there between the 2 watches? (repeat) Situation number 4. February has 28 days in it. Mr. Hanks will spend the entire month of February traveling on business to 4 cities. He will spend the same amount of time in each of the 4 cities. How many days will he be in each city? (repeat) Situation number 5. Janet bought 10 cans of tennis balls. Each can has 3 balls in it. Each can cost \$4. How much did she spend for all the tennis balls? (repeat)

7 77 Situation number 6. Mrs. Lane had \$20. She gave the entire \$20 to her two children, giving an equal amount of money to each child. How much money did she give each child? (repeat) Situation number 7. The bus had 20 passengers on it. At the first stop, 8 passengers got off the bus. At the second stop, one passenger got off the bus. How many passengers are on the bus now? (repeat) Situation number 8. Kevin had \$10. He spent \$1 for the bus ticket to come home. How much money does he have now? (repeat) Situation number 9. There were 5 cans of soup. John used 2 of them. How many cans of soup are there now? (repeat) Situation number 10. The word United has 6 letters in it. The word States has 6 letters in it too. How many letters, then, are there in the name United States? (repeat) Situation number 11. Mrs. Smith went to the bookstore 4 times last month. Each time she bought 2 books. How many books did she buy altogether? (repeat) Situation number 12. This cat has 3 kittens, and that cat has 3 kittens, too. How many kittens do the 2 cats have together? (repeat) Exercise 7. Affirmative vs. Negative: was, were about a Trip, p. 130: Tim recently spent several hundred dollars for a trip. He took a vacation in Dallas, Texas. He flew from Los Angeles to Dallas. He stayed in a nice hotel. He ate at nice restaurants. Listen carefully. You will hear some statements about Tim s trip. All of the statements use was, wasn t, were, or weren t. If the statement is affirmative (was or were), circle the plus sign (+). If the statement is negative (wasn t or weren t), circle

8 78 the minus sign (-). Example: YOU HEAR: The trip was great. ANSWER: +. Ready? Now, let s begin. Number 1. Tim was happy about this trip. Number 2. Tim s trip was not very expensive. Number 3. His air ticket was not first class. Number 4. His air ticket was less than \$200. Number 5. Many of the seats on the flight were not occupied. Number 6. The hotel wasn t very expensive. Number 7. Tim s room was on the 19 th floor of the hotel. Number 8. Unlike on his last trip, breakfast was not included in the cost of the room. Number 9. The taxi from the airport to the hotel was almost \$40. Number 10. The taxi ride was almost \$40. Exercise 8. Understanding Simple Conversations: Buying a Vehicle, p. 131: You will hear a short conversation between Carla and a car salesperson named Ricardo. In this conversation, the salesperson Ricardo will describe a new vehicle to Carla. Listen carefully. After you hear the conversation, read the questions below. Choose the correct answer and put a check on the line. Ready? Let s get started. Ricardo: Carla: This is a brand-new truck. What do you think? It s very big. Does it use a lot of gasoline?

11 81 Number 10. Where did you buy this dictionary? Number 11. When do you have to buy your Spanish textbooks? Number 12. Where did you buy your yellow raincoat? Exercise 11. Spelling Common Letter Combinations, p. 134: Listen carefully. You will hear 3 letters. The 3 letters do not spell a word. They are only 3 letters. Write the 3 letters that you hear. This is a rapid exercise. Now, let s begin with number 1. Number 1. I E S Number 2. T O R Number 3. C O L Number 4. N A T Number 5. T E R Number 6. S P R Number 7. F U L Number 8. T I O Number 9. I N T Number 10. T R E Number 11. S E N Number 12. C O M Number 13. I N G Number 14. T R A

12 82 Number 15. I O N Exercise 13. Following Directions: Rows and Columns, p. 137: Listen carefully to the instructions. You will hear each piece of information two times. Find the correct square. Write the correct information in the square. The first square is already completed for you. Now, let s begin. Number 1. Write the letter N in the top row, middle column. (repeat) Number 2. Write the letter O in the right column, bottom row. (repeat) Number 3. Put the letter X in the right column, middle row. (repeat) Number 4. Now put the letter W in the middle column, bottom row. (repeat) Number 5. Write the letter O again in the top row, left column. (repeat) Number 6. Write the letter I in the middle row, middle column. (repeat) Number 7. Put the letter T in the left column, bottom row. (repeat) Number 8. Write the letter E in the top row, right column. (repeat) Number 9. Last, put the letter S in the left column, middle row. (repeat) Exercise 14. Following Directions: Rows and Columns, p. 137: Listen carefully to the instructions. You will hear each piece of information two times. Find the correct square. Write the correct information in the square. The first square is already completed for you. Now, let s begin.

14 84 she could have the second ticket, and I said sure. I told both Amy and Karen they can go with me to the concert, but I only have two tickets. What do I do? Exercise 16. Recognition of Sounds B and V in Words, p. 139: You will hear one word. The word has the sound of either B or V at the beginning or end of the word. Write the letter of the sound that you hear. Let s begin with the first word. Number 1. boat Number 2. book Number 3. vowel Number 4. very Number 5. vote Number 6. bottle Number 7. busy Number 8. flavor Number 9. able Number 10. living Number 11. robber Number 12. arrived Number 13. every Number 14. heavy Number 15. rob

15 85 Number 16. arrive Number 17. love Number 18. rib Number 19. of Number 20. live Exercise 17. Recognition of Sounds /b/ and /v/ in Words in Sentences, p. 140: Look at the list of words below. You will hear a sentence that has one of these words. Circle the word that you hear. Now, let s begin with number one. Number 1. This check is for the vet. Number 2. Will you vote tomorrow? Number 3. She bet ten dollars. Number 4. He is wearing a brown vest. Number 5. She has a very nice voice. Number 6. Mr. Mack bought a beautiful boat. Number 7. The price for the coat was very expensive. Number 8. Please do not bend this card. Number 9. A beer costs \$1. Number 10. I bought a berry pie for dessert.

17 87 By the end of 5 years, you will have \$1,340. However, by the end of 10 years, you will have almost \$1,800. This means that you earned \$800 over a 10 year period. If you did not have compounding, you would earn \$600 because you were earning 6% or \$60 per year. By the end of 25 years, you will have a total of almost \$4,300. If you had not used compounding, you would have \$2,500. This means that you have made an additional \$1,800. Why should you start saving early? This is a clear example. If you put \$1,000 in the bank and wait 25 years, would you rather have \$2,500 or \$4,300? The answer is simple. Again, the key is to start saving early so compounding can work for you. Now, answer the questions about this lecture.

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