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Lesson 1 Narrator:Meet Sandy and Sue! Narrator:This is Sue's class. Narrator:Her teacher's Mr Crisp. Mr Crisp:Which is your pen, Sue? Sue:The red pen, sir. Mr Crisp:Here

you are, Sue. Sue:Thank you, sir. Lesson 3 Narrator:This is Sandy's class. Narrator:His teacher's Miss Williams. Miss Williams:Whose is this cap? Tom:It's Sandy's, Miss Williams. Miss Williams:Sandy! Sandy:Yes, Miss Williams. Miss Williams:Come here, please. Sandy:Yes, Miss Williams. Miss Williams:Is this your cap? Sandy:Yes, it is. Miss Williams:Here you are Sandy. Sit down, please. Sandy:Thank you, Miss Williams. Lesson 5 Tom:Kick the ball, Sandy! Sandy:All right, Tom. Tom:Look, Sandy! Mr Crisp:Oh! Mr Crisp:It's all right, Sandy. Whose is this ball? Mr Crisp:Is this your ball, Tom? Tom:No, it isn't, sir. Mr Crisp:Is this your ball, Sandy? Sandy:Yes, it is, sir. Lesson 7 Mr May:Who's that girl, Mr Crisp? Mr Crisp:Which girl, Mr May? Mr May:The girl on the red bicycle Mr Crisp:That's Sue Clark. She's in my class. Mr May:Who's that boy, Mr Crisp. Mr Crisp:Which boy, Mr May?

Mr May:The boy with the football. Mr Crisp:That's Sandy Clark He's Sue's brother. Tom:Kick the ball, Sandy! Mr Crisp:Look out, Mr May! Lesson 9 Mother:Hullo, Sandy! Hullo, Sue! Children:Hullo, Mum! Mother:Tea's ready. Mother:Are you hungry, Sue? Sue:Yes, I am. Mother:Are you hungry, Sandy? Sandy:No, I'm not. Sandy:What's for tea? Mother:Look! Mother:Are you hungry now, Sandy? Sandy:Oh yes, I'm very hungry. Lesson 11 Sandy:Look at my picture, Sue. Sue:That's nice, Sandy. Sue:What's that? Sandy:It's a bicycle. Sue:Who's that? Sandy:It's Tom. He's on his bicycle Sue:What's this? Sandy:It's a car. Sue:Who's this? Sandy:It's Mr Crisp. Sandy:He's in his car. Lesson 13 Mother:This egg is for you, Sandy! Sandy:Thanks, Mum. Sue:Listen, Sandy! That's Dad's car. Eat your egg quickly. Sue:Now put the egg in the egg-cup like this Father:Good evening, Betty. Mother:Good evening, Jim. Father:Good evening, Children. Children:Good evening, Dad. Sandy:Tea's ready, Dad. This egg is for you Father:An egg! That's nice. I'm hungry Father:Oh! It's empty!

Lesson 15 Sue:Put on Dad's hat, Sandy! Sandy:Put on Mum's shoes, Sue! Sandy:You are funny, Sue! Sue:You're funny, too, Sandy! Sue:Come with me. Sandy:Knock at the door, Sue. Mother:Come in! Sandy:Look at me! I'm an actor Sue:Look at me! I'm an actress. Lesson 17 Sandy:Who's that boy, Tom? Tom:Which boy, Sandy? Sandy:That fat boy. Tom:He's a new boy. His name's Billy Briggs Sandy:Look at him! Miss Williams:Billy! Billy:Yes, Miss Williams Miss Williams:Open your desk and give me that apple Billy:I'm sorry, Miss Williams. I'm hungry Lesson 19 Sandy:My bag's heavy! Tom:What's in it, Sandy Sandy:Open it and see. Tom:Six books and six exercise-books Billy:My bag's heavy, too. Tom:What's in it, Billy Billy:Open it and see! Tom:One book, two apples, three oranges and a banana! Lesson 21 Tom and Bill:What nationality are you? French or German Sandy(whispering):I'm French Tom:Come on my side! Tom and Billy:What nationality are you? Sue(whispering):I'm German. Billy:Come on my side. Tom and Billy:Pull! Pull! Lesson 23 Sandy:Give me that box please, Sue. Sue:Which box, Sandy? This one?

Sandy:No, not that one. The big blue one. Sue:What's in it, Sandy? Sandy:Open it and see. Sue:Oh! Sandy:It's a Jack-in-the-box! Lesson 25 Sue:There's a man at the door, Dad. Father:Who is it, Sue? Open the door! Sue:It's the postman, Dad. Postman:Good morning, Sue. Sue:Good morning, postman. Postman:There's a letter for your mother. And there's a letter for your father. Sue:Thank you. Sue:Dad! There's a letter for mum and there's a letter for you. Father:This isn't a letter! It's a bill! Lesson 27 Gym Master:Look at these shoes! Gym Master:Which are your shoes, Sandy? Sandy:The brown shoes, sir. Gym Master:What colour are your shoes, Tom? Tom:My shoes are black sir. Gym Master:Here you are, Tom. Tom:Thank you, sir. Gym Master:There's a shoe on this locker. Whose is it? Tom:It's Billy's, sir. Lesson 29 Mother:Are your hands clean, Sandy? Sandy:Yes, my hands are clean, Mum. Mother:Show me your hands, Sandy. Mother:Your hands aren't clean. They're very dirty! Mother:Go and wash your hands at once! Sandy:All right, Mum. Mother:Are your hands clean now, Sandy? Sandy:Yes, they are, Mum Mother:Sandy! Look at my nice clean Towel! Lesson 31 Tom:Heads or tails, Sue? Sue(calling):Heads! Sue:It's heads! Tom:Come on our side.

Tom:Heads or tails, Sandy? Sandy(calling):Tails! Sandy:It's tails! Tom:Go on their side. Tom and Billy:Pull! Pull! Lesson 33 Mother:These shoes are nice. Try on these shoes, Sue. Salesman:Sit down here, please. Mother:How are they, Sue? Sue:They're very tight, Mum Sue:Oh, Mum! Look at those shoes. Those are pretty shoes Salesman:Here you are, young lady. Mother:How are they, Sue? Sue:They're just right! Lesson 35 Sandy:What are these, Billy? Billy:They're stamps. Billy:These are French stamps. Billy:And those are Italian stamps. Sandy:Show me those Italian stamps, Billy. They're very pretty Sandy:Give me this one please, Billy. Billy:Give me two apples then. Sandy:Two apples for one stamp! No, thank you! Lesson 37 Mr Crisp:Good morning, children Class:Good morning, sir Mr Crisp:Sit down, please. Mr Crisp:These two girls are new pupils. Their names are Liz and Lillie. Mr Crisp:Liz and Lillie are twins. They are in our class. Mr Crisp:This is... er ... Liz. And this is... er ...Lillie. Lillie:I'm not Liz. I'm Lillie. She's Liz. Liz:I'm not Lillie. I'm Liz. She's Lillie. Mr Grisp:Twins! Lesson 39 Sandy:Whose are these sandwiches, Tom? Tom:They're Billy's. Tom:Open the packet, Sandy. Tom:Take out the sandwiches. Tom:Put in this duster and this book Tom:Hurry up! There's Billy!

Billy:Hey! Leave my sandwiches alone! Sandy:Here you are, Billy. Billy:That's funny. These sandwiches are very hard Billy:Oh! Give me my sandwiches quickly! Lesson 41 Sandy:Listen, Sue! That's the school bell. Sue:Hurry up, Sandy! We're late for school Sandy:What's the time, Sue? Sue:It's nine o'clock. Sandy:Look! There's the headmaster. He's in the playground. Sue:Oh, dear! Headmaster:You're both very late this morning. Sandy and Sue:We're sorry, sir. Headmaster:Go to your classrooms quickly! Sandy and Sue:Yes, sir. Lesson 43 Father:The children are very quiet this morning, Betty. Mother:Sandy! Sue! Breakfast's ready. Father:Go upstairs and see, Betty. Perhaps they're still asleep. Mother:Wake up, Sandy! It's eight o'clock. Sandy(sleepily):Eh? Mother:Wake up! You're late. Sandy:No, I'm not, Mum. The school's shut today. It's a holiday! Mother:Lazybones! Lesson 45 Sue:Give us two packets of sweets please, Mr Hill Mr Hill:Which packets, Sue? These blue ones? Sue:No, not those. The big red ones. Sandy:How much are they, Mr Hill? Mr Hill:A shilling each. Sandy:A shilling each! That's all our pocket-money! Sue:Give us two small lollipops instead. Lesson 47 Miss Williams:This prize is for Billy, Sandy and Tom. Here you are, Billy. Billy:Thank you, Miss Williams. Tom:What is it, Billy? Billy:It's a box of chocolates Sandy:How many chocolates are there? Count them, Billy Billy:One, two, three, four, five, six... There are twenty-four. Tom:Eight chocolates each. Share them, Billy.

Billy:One for Tom and one for me. One for Sandy and one for me One for Tom and one for me. One for Sandy and one for me… Sandy and Tom:Hey! That's not right! Lesson 49 Mother:Post these letters for me please, Sue. Sue:O.K. Mum. Sue:Good morning, postman. Postman:Good morning, Sue. How are you today? Sue:Fine, thanks. Sue:Are there any letters in the letter box this morning? Postman:No, there aren't any letters here. Sue:Just a minute. Sue:There are some letters in the letter box now. Postman:Thank you, Sue. Lesson 51 Father's glasses Father:Where are my glasses Sue? Are they over there? Sue:Where, dad? Father:There. Near that box. Sue:No, they aren't here, dad. Father:And they aren't under this newspaper. Sue:Perhaps they're in your pocket, dad. Father:So they are! How silly of me! Lesson 53 Hide-and-seek Sue:Let's play hide-and-seek. Billy:Count up to ten, Sue. Sue:One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten. I'm ready! Sue:I can see you, Billy. You're behind that fence. Sue:Where's Sandy? Billy:He's beside that tree. Sue:That's funny! He's not here. Sue:Look! There he is! He's up there! Lesson 55 Sandy's kite Sandy:Hold this kite for me please, Sue Sandy:Now stand between those two trees. Sue:All right, Sandy. Sandy:Ready, Sue? Sue:I'm ready, Sandy. Pull the kite. Sandy:Look at it, Sue! It's like a bird! Sue:I can't see it. Where is it? Sandy:It's over that building.

Sue:I can see it now. It's very high. Lesson 57 Silly Billy Teacher:Get into lines boys. Good. Now we can do some exercises. Teacher:Jump together! One, two, three, four, stop! Teacher:Touch your knees! Teacher:Touch your toes! Teacher:Pay attention, Tom. Don't laugh! Sandy:What's the matter, Tom? Tom:Silly Billy can't touch his toes. Lesson 59 Good old Billy! Teacher:Bring me that ball please, Tom. Tom:Yes, sir. Teacher:Now let's play football. Are you all ready? Boys:Yes, sir. Tom:Quick, Sandy! Pass me the ball! Tom:Oh, Sandy! Don't pass it to Billy. Pass it to me. Sandy:Kick it, Billy! Tom:It's a goal! Sandy:Good old Billy! Teacher:Billy can't touch his toes, but he can play football! Lesson 61 The bird's nest Mother:What's the matter, Jim? Father:I can't light this fire. Father:Please hold this ladder, dear. Father:Well! Well! Mother:What can you see, Jim? Father:There's a bird's nest in our chimney. Mother:Show it to Sandy and Sue. Father:Sandy! Sue! Come here a moment. Sandy and Sue:Yes, dad. Father:Look at this bird's nest. There are three pretty eggs in it. Sue:Give them to Sandy and me Lesson 63 A paper boat Sandy:Look at this paper boat, Sue. Sue:That's a nice boat, Sandy. Sue:Let's fill the wash-basin with water. Sandy:Turn on the tap. Sue:Can I make a boat like that? Show me, Sandy Sandy:Take a piece of paper and fold it like this. Mother:Sandy! Sue! Look at this wash-basin! Turn the tap off at once.

Lesson 65 Upside-down Sandy:Can you stand on your head, Tom? Sandy:Look! Like this. Tom:Let me try. Tom:That's easy. I can do it. Tom:Billy can't stand on his head. Billy:Of course, I can! Billy:Watch me! Now I'm upside-down. Sandy:Look, Tom! Billy's pockets are full of sweets! Lesson 67 A puncture Tom:Pump up this tyre, Sandy. It's very flat. Sue:What are you doing, Sandy? Sandy:I'm pumping up this tyre. Sandy:Whew! I'm tired. Tom:It's still flat. Tom:Let's take the tyre off the wheel. Sue:Put the tube in this basin, Sandy. Tom:Look at those bubbles. There's a puncture in this tube. Lesson 69 A game of hopscotch Billy:Hullo Liz, hullo Lillie, hullo Sue. Girls:Hullo Billy. Billy:What are you doing? Liz:We're playing hopscotch. Billy:Can I play, too? Girls:All right. Billy:It's my turn. Sue:Throw your stone, Billy. Tom:Look at Billy! He's playing hopscotch with the girls! Sandy:Hopscotch is a girls game, Billy. Tom:Come and play football with us. Lesson 71 Father's telescope Father:Look through this telescope, Sandy What can you see? Sandy:I can see a man and a dog. Father:What are they doing? Sandy:They're standing beside a lake. Father:What's the man doing now? Sandy:He's picking up a stick. Father:What's happening now? Sandy:Now the man's throwing the stick into the water. Father:What's happening now?

Sandy:Now the dog's swimming across the lake. Sandy:Now the dog's holding the stick between its teeth. It's swimming back to the man. Lesson 73 Happy birthday, Billy! Sandy and Sue are going to Billy's house. It's Billy's birthday. Billy's nine years old today. "Happy birthday, Billy," Sandy says "Happy birthday, Billy," Sue says. "Here is a present for you," Sandy says. "Thank you, Sandy. Thank you, Sue," Billy says. Billy is opening his present. "Is it a Jack-in-the-box?" he asks. "No, it isn't," Sue answers. "It's a car!" Billy says." And it's made of chocolate!" Lesson 75 Three cheers for Billy The children are enjoying Billy's birthday party. They're wearing funny hats. They're laughing and playing games Now they're eating sandwiches, cakes and biscuits. They're drinking lemonade, too. Billy's birthday cake is very big. There are nine candles on it. "Can you blow out the candles?" Sandy asks. "Of course I can," Billy answers. "Watch me!" "Three cheers for Billy," Sandy shouts. Sandy:Hip! Hip! Children:Hurray! Sandy:Hip! Hip! Children:Hurray! Sandy:Hip! Hip! Children:Hurray! Lesson 77 Sh! Be quiet! Sue:Let's go into the store-room, Sandy Sandy:All right, Sue. Sue:Where's your torch, Sandy? Sandy:Here it is. Sue:Look, Sandy! I can see a man standing beside that box! Sue:Turn on your torch, Sandy. Sandy:You're right, Sue There's a man standing beside that box! Sue:Sh! Be quiet! Come with me! Sandy:Look! It's only an old hat and an old coat. Lesson 79 Ugh! Sandy:Is there any sugar in my tea, Sue? Sue:Taste it, Sandy. Sandy:Ugh! It's not very nice. This isn't tea! It's coffee! Mother:Sandy! What are you drinking? Sue:He's drinking dad's coffee, mum.

Mother:Give me that cup please, Sandy. Sandy:It's not very nice, mum. There isn't any milk or sugar in it. Lesson 81 Sue helps mother Sue:What are you doing, mum? Mother:I'm making some sandwiches for tea. Sue:Let me help you, mum. I can cut the bread. Mother:All right, Sue. Mother:Sue! Those slices are very thick. Give me the bread-knife please. Mother:Bring me some jam. Sue:Yes, mum. Sue:Mum! Sandy's eating the jam! Sue:The jar's nearly empty. Lesson 83 Billy draws Miss Williams. Billy:Pass me some white chalk, Sandy. I can draw Miss Williams. Billy:Now pass me some blue chalk and some red chalk. Miss Williams:Billy! What are you doing? Billy:I'm drawing, Miss Williams. Miss Williams:Is that me, Billy? Billy:Yes,Miss Williams. I'm sorry. Miss Williams:It's all right, Billy. Miss Williams:It's a nice picture. Miss Williams:My eyes are blue, Billy. But my nose isn't red! Sit down, please. Lesson 85 A picture of Billy. Miss Williams:Take out a piece of paper, children. Miss Williams:Now you can all draw a picture. Miss Williams:What are you drawing, Tom. Tom:A football match, Miss Williams. Miss Williams:What are you drawing, Sandy? Sandy:Billy's birthday party. Miss Williams:Who's this? Sandy:It's Billy. Sandy:He's holding a bar of chocolate in his right hand and a bottle of lemonade in his left hand. Lesson 87 Mother's shopping-list Sue:What are you doing, mum? Mother:I'm making a shopping-list, Sue. Sue:Let me help you. Mother:All right, Sue. Open that cupboard. Mother:Is there any jam or honey in the cupboard? Sue:There isn't much jam, but there's a lot of honey. Mother:Are there any apples and oranges in that bowl?

Sue:There aren't many oranges, but there are a lot of apples. Mother:Sugar, tea, jam, oranges... Sue:And bananas for Sandy and me. Lesson 89 Flour on the floor Narrator:Mother is still making her shopping-list. Sue is still helping her. Mother:Is there any butter in the refrigerator? Sue:There's very little, mum. Mother:Are there any tomatoes in the refrigerator? Sue:There are very few, mum. Mother:Is there any flour in that tin? Sue:Yes, there's a lot. Mother:Be careful, Sue! Sue:I'm sorry, mum. Mother:Never mind, Sue. Sue:There isn't much flour in the tin now! Mother:No, but there's a lot on the floor! Lesson 91 Beans or ice-cream? Mother:Some meat, potatoes and beans for Sue. Sue:Thanks, mum. Mother:Some meat, potatoes and beans for Sandy. Sandy:I don't like beans, mum. I don't want any. Father:There's some ice-cream in the refrigerator, Sandy. Do you want any? Sandy:Yes please. Father:Then eat some beans or I can't give you any ice-cream Mother:Do you want any beans now, Sandy? Sandy:Yes please. Sandy:I want a lot of beans. And I want a lot of ice-cream, too. Lesson 93 Don't forget your change! Mother:Go and buy a large tube of toothpaste, and a small bar of soap please, Sue. Mother:Here's some money. Sue:Thanks, mum. Sue:Good morning, Mr Green. Mr Green:Good morning, Sue. Sue:My mother wants a tube of toothpaste and a small bar of soap, please. Mr Green:A large tube or a small one, Sue? Sue:She wants a large one, please. Mr Green:Here you are, Sue. Sue:Thank you, Mr Green Goodbye. Mr Green:Sue! Sue:Yes, Mr Green? Mr Green:Don't forget your change!

Lesson 95 The snowman Sue:Come to the window quickly, Sandy! It's snowing. Sue:Mum, we want some buttons please. Sandy:And a carrot. Mother:Do you want a lot of buttons, Sue? Sue:No, I don't want very many. Sandy:We want dad's old hat, too. Sue:And an old pipe. Mother:What are you doing, children? Children:We're making a snowman, mum. Sue:His eyes are black buttons. Sandy:And his nose is a carrot. Lesson 97 It's time for bed Mother:Hurry up, children. It's time for bed. Sue:Oh! We're not sleepy, mum. Sandy:I don't want to go to bed. I want to watch television Sue:I want to watch television, too. Mother:All right then. You can watch television for ten minutes Father:Are the children in bed, Betty? Mother:No, they're watching television. Father:Sandy! Sue! It's time for bed. Father:Look at them! They're both fast asleep! Lesson 99 Wake up, Billy! Miss Williams:Look at this boy. His name's Paul. He's a French boy. Miss Williams:Now look at this map of the world. Miss Williams:This country is France. Paul comes from France. Miss Williams:The capital city of France is Paris. Paul lives in Paris. Miss Williams:What language does Paul speak, Billy. Billy:Er... er... He speaks German, Miss Williams. Miss Williams:Wake up, Billy! You're not paying attention! Paul speaks French. Lesson 101 Simon's never careless but Billy...! Miss Williams:Here's your exercise-book, Billy Miss Williams:You're often careless. Look at these mistakes Miss Williams:Don't laugh at Billy, Sandy! Miss Williams:Whose is this exercise-book? Billy:It's Sandy's, Miss Williams. Miss Williams:Sandy, put your name on the cover. You are sometimes careless, too! Miss Williams: Look at Simon's exercise book. Simon's never careless. His work is always neat and tidy. Billy! You naughty boy!

Lesson 103 Which season do you like best? Miss Williams:Look at the blackboard, children. Miss Williams:What's the weather like in Spring, Sandy. Sandy:It's often warm, Miss Williams. Miss Williams:What's the weather like in Summer? Sandy:It's often hot. Miss Williams:What's it like in Autumn, Tom? Tom:It's often cool. Miss Williams:What's it like in Winter, Billy? Billy:It's often cold. Miss Williams:Which season do you like best, Billy? Spring, Summer, Autumn or Winter? Billy:I like Winter. That's the football season! Lesson 105 The school year There are four terms in the school year: the Autumn Term, the Winter Term, the Spring Term and the Summer Term The first term is the Autumn Term. The Autumn Term begins in September and ends in December The second term is the Winter Term. The Winter Term begins in January and ends in April The third term is the Spring Term. The Spring Term begins in May and ends in July The fourth term is the Summer Term. The Summer Term begins in July and ends in September Sandy and Sue like the Summer Term best. They are always on holiday then. They always go to the seaside. Lesson 107 North, South, East and West. Miss Williams:Look at this map of Britain. This is the North. It often snows in the North. Miss Williams:This is the South. The sun often shines in the South. Miss Williams:This is the East. The wind often blows in the East. Miss Williams:This is the West. It often rains in the West. Miss Williams:In winter, the sun always rises late and always sets early. The days are short and the nights are long. Miss Williams:In summer, the sun always rises early and always sets late. The days are long and the nights are short. Lesson 109 They don't always go to sleep! The Clarks always get up early every day. In the morning, father always goes to work. Sandy and Sue always go to school. Mother usually stays at home. At midday, Sandy and Sue always eat their lunch at school. In the afternoon, Sandy and Sue always come home from school. They usually arrive home early. In the evening, Sandy and Sue always do their homework. At night they go to bed early, but they don't always go to sleep!

Lesson 111 A holiday It is seven o'clock. Sandy and Sue usually get up early every day. but today it is a holiday. It is a quarter to nine. Sandy and Sue usually go to school in the morning, but this morning they are walking to the park It is a quarter past four. Sandy and Sue usually come home from school in the afternoon, but this afternoon they are playing in the park. It is half past six. Sandy and Sue usually do their homework in the evening, but this evening they are watching television It is a quarter past eight. Sandy and Sue usually go to bed early at night, but tonight they are playing a game. They are playing Snakes and Ladders! Lesson 113 A flat tyre Miss Williams is driving her car to school. Suddenly, she stops. "That's funny," she says. She gets out of her car. "Oh dear!" she says. "It's twenty to nine. I can't get to school on time this morning!" Then a car stops behind her. It's Mr Crisp! "What's the matter?" Mr Crisp asks. "Look!" Miss Williams says. "A flat tyre." "It doesn't matter. " Mr Crisp says. "Come in my car." Lesson 115 The week Monday mornings are usually terrible. Father always gets up late and he's always in a hurry. On Tuesday mother usually goes to the shops. On Wednesday Sandy and Sue always play games at school. On Thursday Miss Jones always gives Sue her piano lesson. Sue likes this lesson very much. On Friday Miss Jones always gives Sandy his piano lesson. Sandy doesn't like it at all! Saturday and Sunday are the best days of the week. The family usually spend a quiet week-end at home! Lesson 117 .The weather forecast. Sandy:It's Saturday tomorrow. What are we going to do tomorrow? Sue:Let's ask mum. Mother:We're going to spend the day at the seaside Sandy:The seaside! Sue:Hurray! Father:Let's listen to the weather forecast first. Turn the television on, Sue. Television:Here is the weather forecast for tomorrow. Television:It's going to snow in the North and it's going to rain in the South. Sandy and Sue:Oh!

Mother:Never mind, children. Father:We can go to the cinema instead. Lesson 119 Fixing the clock Father:That clock doesn't work. Mother:I'm going to take it to the watchmaker's next week. Father:Don't take it to the watchmaker's. Give it to me. I can fix it. Sandy:What are you doing, dad? Father:I'm fixing this clock. Mother:Is it nearly ready now, Jim? Father:No, Betty. I can't put all these pieces together! Mother:Oh, Jim! Give me all the pieces. I'm going to take them to the watchmaker's at once!


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