Вступ. Наукова основа інтенсивного навчання англійської мови II. Jazz Chants



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JAZZCHANTS
Starter

01. These Are My Blue Jeans
That’s my shirt.

This red shirt? No, that brown shirt.

Those are my shoes.

These brown shoes? No, those black shoes.

This is my jacket.

That green jacket? No, this blue jacket.

That’s my t-shirt.

This white t-shirt? No, that red t-shirt.

These are my jeans.

Those black jeans? No, these blue jeans.

Those are my shorts.

These green shorts? No, those white shorts.



02. I Get Up at Seven Thirty

Here’s my day. This is what I do.

I get up at seven o’clock.

Seven o’clock?

Seven o’clock.

I take a shower at seven thirty.

Seven thirty?

Seven thirty.

I have breakfast at seven forty-five.

Seven forty-five?

Seven forty-five.

I go to school at eight fifteen.

Eight fifteen?

Eight fifteen.

I start classes at nine o’clock.

Nine o’clock?

Nine o’clock.

I have lunch at one o’clock.

One o’clock?

One o’clock.

I go home at five fifteen.

Five fifteen?

Five fifteen.

I have dinner at seven thirty.

Seven thirty?

Seven thirty.

I go to bed at ten forty-five.

Ten forty-five?

Ten forty-five.

And then I start all over again.



03. I Do Karaoke on Wednesdays
Mondays, Mondays.

What do you do on Mondays?

On Mondays I usually listen to jazz music.

Tuesdays, Tuesdays.

What do you do on Tuesdays?

On Tuesdays I sometimes go for a drive.

Wednesdays, Wednesdays.

What do you do on Wednesdays?

On Wednesdays I always play the guitar.

Thursdays, Thursdays.

What do you do on Thursdays?

On Thursdays I often go to a rock concert.

Fridays, Fridays.

What do you do on Fridays?

On Fridays I always do karaoke.

Weekends, weekends.

What do you do on weekends?

On weekends I usually stay in bed!


04. I Can Play Basketball
Yoga, yoga, I can do yoga.

Can you do yoga, too?

I can’t do yoga, but I can do karate.

Can you do karate, too?

I can’t do karate, but I can play baseball.

Can you play baseball, too?

I can’t play baseball, but I can ice-skate.

Can you ice-skate, too?

I can’t ice-skate, but I can ski.

Can you ski, too?

I can’t ski, but I can play volleyball, too?

Can you play volleyball, too?


05. Where Can I Buy a Ticket?

Excuse me, where’s the coffee shop?

Not here! It’s behind the ticket office.

Excuse me, where’s the coffee shop?

Not here! It’s across from the exit.

Excuse me, where’s the coffee shop?

Not here! It’s between the phone booths and the luggage lockers.

Excuse me, where’s the coffee shop?

Not here! It’s in front of the restrooms.

Excuse me, is this the coffee shop?

Yes, it is. But sorry, it’s closed!

06. I'm Babysitting on Thursday
Would you like to go out on Monday?

No, sorry, I can’t.

Why not?

I’m babysitting on Monday.

Would you like to go out on Tuesday?

No, sorry, I can’t.

Why not?

I’m doing my laundry on Tuesday.

Would you like to go out on Wednesday?

No, sorry, I can’t.

Why not?

I’m working overtime on Wednesday.

Would you like to go out on Thursday?

No, sorry, I can’t.

Why not?

I’m working out on Thursday.

Would you like to go out on Friday?

No, sorry, I can’t.

Why not?

I’m visiting relatives on Friday.

Would you like to go out on weekend?

Well. maybe!


07. Add Some Salt & Pepper

Wash, wash, wash the lettuce.

Slice, slice, slice the cheese.

Put some butter on the bread.

Can I have my sandwich, please?

Fry, fry, fry the tomatoes.

Put them on a pizza base.

Add some cheese and bake it slowly.

Mmm. Can I have a taste?

08. I Have a Headache
Head, head, I have a headache.

I have a headache,

And my eyes hurt!

Stomach, stomach, I have a stomach ache.

I have a stomach ache,

And I have the flu!

Ear, ear, I have an earache.

I have an earache,

And I have a fever!

Tooth, tooth, I have a toothache.

I have a toothache,

And a sore throat!

Back, back, I have a backache.

I have a backache,

And my knee hurts!

I have a headache, I have an earache,

A toothache, a backache,

And a sore throat.

My eyes hurt, my knee hurts, I have a stomach ache.

I have a fever,

And I have the flu!

Oh, dear. Next, please!



Pre-intermediate
09. I'll Have Soup, Please
What would you like for your appetizer?

I’ll have soup.

I’ll have salad.

I’ll have salad, too.

Two salads and one soup for table number two.

What would you like for your entree?

I’ll have fish.

I’ll have beef.

I’ll have stir-fried pork.

One fish, one beef, one stir-fried pork for table number four.

What would you like for your dessert?

I’ll have ice cream.

I’ll have fruit tart.

Nothing, thanks, for me.

One ice cream and one fruit tart for table number three.

10. I Got Engaged in January

A: Did you hear the gossip? Did you hear the news?

B: No, I didn’t, what’s the story? Tell me all the news!

A: Well, Mr. Smith retired last month.

B: Mr. Smith retired?

A: And Mrs. Jones moved last week.

B: Mrs. Jones moved?

A: Mr. Green got married in June.

B: Mr. Green got married?

A: And a week ago, Dick Harper died.

B: Dick Harper died?

A: I think that’s it. I’d better go! I have a lot to do.

B: Well, thanks a lot. It was really good to talk to you.
B: Did you hear the gossip? Did you hear the news?

C: No, I didn’t, what’s the story? Tell me all the news!

B: Well, Mr. Smith retired last month.

C: Mr. Smith retired?

B: And Mrs. Jones moved last week.

C: Mrs. Jones moved?

B: Mr. Green got married in June.

C: Mr. Green got married?

B: And a week ago, Dick Harper died.

C: Dick Harper died?

B: I think that’s it. I’d better go! I have a lot to do.

C: Well, thanks a lot. It was really good to talk to you.



11. My Computer Crashed

Computer, computer,

I love my computer.

My printer, my keyboard, my mouse.

I never have problems,

I use it all day.

I never go out of the house!

Computer, computer,

I hate my computer.

My modem, my disk drive, my screen.

I always have problems,

It’s driving me crazy.

Computers make me want to scream!
12. He's Passed His Driving Test

Upset, upset,

I’m really upset.

I’ve had an argument with my boyfriend,

I’m really upset.

Relieved, relieved,

I’m really relieved.

I’ve found my wallet,

I’m really relieved.

Disappointed, disappointed,

I’m really disappointed,

I’ve failed my driving test,

I’m really disappointed.

Thrilled, thrilled,

I’m really thrilled.

I’ve won the lottery,

And now I’m rich!


13. May I Switch Off the Light?
May I turn down the air conditioning?

Do you mind if I lower the blind?

Is it all right if I put away these files?

I don’t mind! I don’t mind! I don’t mind!

Is it all right if I switch off the light?

Do you mind if I close the door?

May I switch on the fan?

Sure! Sure! Sure!


14. I Twisted My Ankle

Ow!


What happened?

I was lifting a heavy bag and I hurt my back!

Ow!

What happened?



I was changing a light bulb and I got an electric shock!

Ow!


What happened?

I was slicing an onion and I cut my finger!

Ow!

What happened?



I was making some tea and I burned my hand!

Ow!


What happened?

I was climbing a ladder and I fell off and broke my leg!


15. I Feel So Embarrassed
I’m frustrated! My computer’s been crashing all day.

I’m heartbroken. I’ve been fighting with my girlfriend again.

I’m lonely. I’ve been living on my own for years.

I’m confident. I’ve been studying really hard.

I’m furious. Someone’s been using my car.

I’m exhausted. I’ve been running in the park for an hour.

I’m excited. I’ve been thinking about my vacation.

I’m irritated. He’s been playing that music for hours.

I’m confused. I’ve been trying to read this book.

I’m embarrassed. I’ve been wearing my jacket inside out.



Small Talk

Jazz chants
Unit I Greetings

1, Hi! How Are You?

(a casual greeting)

Hi! How ′are you?

Fine. How are ′you?

Hi! How ′are you?

Fine. How are ′you?

Hi! How ′are you?

Hi! How ′are you?

Hi! How ′are you?

Fine. How are ′you?





  1. How’s Jack?

(greeting someone and asking about mutual friends)

Hi! How ′are you?

Fine. How are ′you?

I’m fine. How’s Bill?

He’s fine.

How’s Mary?

She’s fine.

How are the children?

They’re fine.

How’s your job?

It’s fine.

How’s Jack?

He’s sick!

Oh no!




  1. Hello . How’ve You Been?

(Greeting someone you haven’t seen in a long time)

Hello. How’ve you been?

It’s ′so good to see you.

It’s good to see ′you.

How’ve you been?

Just fine.


Hello. How’ve you been?

Hello. How’ve you been?

Hello. How’ve you been?

Just fine.

Just fine.

It’s ′so good to see you.

It’s ′so good to see you.

It’s good to see ′you.

How’ve you ′been?

Just fine.





  1. Hello? Hello?

(an informal greeting on the telephone)

Hello? Hello?

Hi, Sue, this is Bill.

Bill? Bill ′who?

Bill Brown.

Oh hi! How are ′you?





  1. Jack! You’re Back!

(greeting a friend who has been away)

Jack! You’re back!

I haven’t seen you for a long time.

How’re you been?

Just fine.

It’s been a long time.

How’re you been?

Just fine.

It’s been a long time.
I’m so glad you’re back, Jack.

So am I.


I’m so glad you’re back, Jack.

So am I.

I’m so glad you’re back.

I’m so glad you’re back.

I’m so glad you’re back, Jack.

So am I.


I haven’t seen you for a long time.


Unit II Introductions/ Identifying Self and Others


  1. Harry , This Is Mary

(an informal introduction)
Harry, this is Mary.

Hi.


Hello.
(more formal variation)

Harry, this is Mary.

How do you do?

How do you do?

(a formal variation)

Harry, I’d like you to meet my sister Mary.

How do you do, Mary.

I’m very glad to ′meet you.

Thank you, I’m glad to meet ′you.



  1. Nice to Meet You

Nice to meet you.

Nice to meet ′you.

Nice to meet you.

Nice to meet ′you.

Nice to meet you.

I’m so glad to meet you.

Thank you. I’m glad to meet ′you.



  1. I’m Glad to Meet You. I’ve Head So Much About You.

I’m glad to meet you.

I’ve head so much about you.

I’m glad to meet you.

I’ve head so much about you.

I’m glad to meet you.

I’ve head so much about you.

Thank you. I’m glad to meet ′you.


I’ve head so many nice things about you.

I’ve head so many nice things about you.

So many nice things.

I’ve head so many nice things.

I’ve head so many nice things about you.

I’m glad to meet you.

I’ve head so much about you.

Thank you. I’m glad to meet ′you.





  1. What’s Your Name? Where Are You from?

What’s your name?

Where are you from?

What’s your name?

Where are you from?

What’s your name?

Where are you from?

How long have you been here?


How long have you been here?

How long have you been here?

What’s your name?

Where are you from?

How long have you been here?



  1. What’s Your First Name? How Do You Spell It?

What’s your first name?

Mary.

How do you spell it?



M – A – R – Y.

M – A – R – Y.

M – A – R – Y.

M – A – R – Y.


How do you pronounce it?

Mary.


How do you spell it?

M – A – R – Y.

How do you pronounce it?

Mary.



Unit 3 Saying Good – bye


  1. Good – bye, Good - bye

( a casual good – bye to a friend)
Good – bye, Good – bye.

See you tomorrow.

Bye – bye.
Good – bye, see you tomorrow.

Good – bye, see you tomorrow.

Bye – bye.

See you tomorrow.

Bye – bye.

Bye – bye.


So long, see you tomorrow.

So long, see you tomorrow.

So long, see you tomorrow.

Bye – bye.




  1. Have a Nice Weekend

Have a nice weekend.

Thanks, you too.

Have a nice weekend.

Thanks, you too.

Have a nice weekend.

See you on Monday.

Have a nice weekend.

Thanks, you too.

Have a nice weekend.

See you on Monday.

Have fun.

Thanks, you too.



  1. It’s Getting late

It’s getting late.

It’s getting late.

It’s getting late,

and I really hate

to say good – bye.

Please don’t go.

It’s getting late,

And I really hate

To say good – bye.

Please don’t go.

It’s getting late.

Please don’t go.

It’s getting late.

Please don’t go.

It’s getting late.

Please don’t go.

I’ve got to go home.

Please don’t go.

It’s getting late,

and I really hate

to say good – bye,

but I’ve got to go home.

Oh no, please don’t go.

Oh no, please don’t go.

I’ve got to go home.

Oh no, please don’t go.

Oh no, please don’t go.




  1. It Was Nice Seeing You Again

It was nice ′seeing you again

Thanks.


It was nice seeing ′you.
I enjoined ′seeing you again.

Thanks.


I enjoined seeing ′you.

It was ′so nice.

I enjoyed it too.

It was ′so nice.

I enjoyed it too.

It was nice ′seeing you.

Thanks.

It was nice seeing ′you.



  1. Good – bye, Harry, Say Hello to Mary

Good – bye, Harry, say hello to Mary

I will


Say hello to Bill.
Bye – bye, Jack, say hello to Jill.

Tell her I miss her.

I will.
So long, Mary, say hello to Harry.

Tell him I miss him.

I will.



  1. We Going to Miss You

( this chant offers practice in the reduction of going to (gonna) and the use of the emphatic forms We really are?/ I really am)
We’re going to miss you.

We really are.

We’re going to miss you.

We really are.

We’re really going to miss you.

We’re really going to miss you.


I’m going to miss you too.

I’m going to miss you too.

I’m really going to miss you.
We’re going to miss you.

We really are.

I’m going to miss you too.

I’m really am.


We’re going to miss you.

We really are.

I’m going to miss you too.

I’m really am.



Unit 4 Giving and Receiving Compliments


  1. You Look Wonderful Today

You look wonderful today.

So you do.

You look wonderful today

So you do.

That’s a nice color on you.

Thanks a lot.

That’s a nice color on you.

Thanks a lot.

I’m glad you like it.

That’s a wonderful color on you.

Thanks a lot.

I’m glad you like it.



  1. That’s a Nice Sweater

That’s a nice sweater.

Is it new?

Yes, it is.

Where did you get it?

I got it at Macy’s.

It’s beautiful.

Thank you.

I’m glad you like it.
Those are nice boots.

Are they new?

Yes, they are.

Where did you get them?

I got them at Macy’s.

They’re beautiful.

Thank you.

I’m glad you like them.



  1. I Like Your Gloves

I like your gloves.

Are they new?

Oh, no. I’ve had them for years.

Where did you get them?

I got them in London.

They’re beautiful!

Thank you.

I like your ring.

Is it new?

Oh, no. I’ve had it for years.

Where did you get it?

I got it in India.

It’s beautiful.

Thank you.




  1. You Look Marvelous! You Haven’t Changed a Bit.

(complimenting a person you haven’t seen for a long time)

You look marvelous!

You haven’t changed a bit.

Neither have you.

Neither have you.

You look marvelous!

So do you.

You look wonderful!

So do you.

You look terrific!

So do you.

You haven’t changed a bit.

Neither have you.



  1. You Speak English Very Well

You speak English very well.

Oh no, not really.

Yes, you do, you really do.

No, I don’t.

Yes, you do.

No, I don’t.

Yes, you do.

No, I don’t.

That’s not true.

Yes, it is.

You really do speak English very well.

Thank you.

You’re very kind.

No, I mean it.

I really mean it.

Thank you.

You’re very kind.

No, I mean it.

I really mean it.

You really do speak English very well.

Thank you.



  1. I’m Afraid My English Is Not Very Good.

(fishing for a compliment)
I’m afraid my English is not very good.

Don’t be silly.

It’s wonderful.

I’m afraid my English is not very good.

Don’t be silly.

It’s wonderful.

It’s terrible.

Don’t be silly.

It’s terrible.

Don’t be silly.

I’m afraid my English is not very good.

Don’t be silly.

It’s wonderful.


Unit 5 Inviting. / Accepting. /Refusing.


  1. Let’s Have Lunch

(a casual invitation)

Let’s have lunch today.

OK.

Let’s have lunch today.



OK.

Let’s have lunch.

Let’s have lunch.

Let’s have lunch today.

OK.

Let’s have dinner tonight.



All right.

Let’s have dinner tonight.

All right.

Let’s have dinner.

Let’s have dinner.

Let’s have dinner tonight.

All right.



  1. You Call Me or I’ll Call You

( making indefinite plans to meet)

You call me or I’ll call you.

You call me or I’ll call you.

Let’s have lunch together someday.

OK.

I’ll call you.



You call me.

You call me.

You call me or I’ll call you.
You call me.

You call me.

You call me or I’ll call you.

When’s the best time to call you?

When’s the best time to call you?

I’m usually home after seven.

I’m usually home after seven.

When’s the best time to call you?

I’m usually home after seven.


  1. Can You Come Over?

Can you come over for dinner tonight?

I’d like that very much.

Can you come over for dinner tonight?

I’d like that very much.

What time should I come?

What time should I come?

Come around six if you can.

Fine.


Come around six if you can.

Fine.


Can you come over?

Can you come over?

Can you come over for a drink tonight?

I’d love to. I’d love to.

Can you come over for a drink tonight?

I’d love to.

Can you come over for a lunch tomorrow?

I wish I could but I’m afraid I can’t.

Oh, I’m sorry. That’s too bad.

I really wish I could.




  1. We’re Having a Party

We’re having a party next Saturday night.

Can you come? Can you come?

I’d love to.

I’d love to.

That sounds great.

I’d love to.

We’re having a party next Saturday night.

Can you come?

I’d love to.

We’re having a party.

I hope you can come.

That sounds nice.

I’d love to.

Sounds great.

Sounds good.

Sounds like fun.

I’d love to.

We’re having a party next Saturday night.

Can you come? Can you come?

I’d love to.

I’d love to.

That sounds great.

I’d love to.



  1. Would You Like to Go to the Movies Tonight?

Would you like to go to the movies tonight?

I’d love to.

I’d love to.

I feel like going to the movies tonight.

I do too.

Let’s go.

I feel like going to the movies tonight.

So do I.


Let’s go.

I don’t feel like study tonight.

Neither do I.

Let’s go.
Unit 6. Expressing Likes and Dislikes Asking For and Giving an Opinion


  1. Do You Like It?

Do you like it?

I like it a lot.

I’m glad.
Do you like it?

I like it a lot.

I’m glad.
Do you like it?

Do you really like it?


Do you like it?

Do you really like it?


Do you like it?

Do you really like it?

I like it a lot.

I’m glad.




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