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



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How Do You Like It?

How do you like it?

I love it.

How do you like it?

I love it.

How do you like it?

I love it.

It’s wonderful.

I’m glad you like it.
Is this OK?

It’s wonderful.

Is this all right?

It’s wonderful.

Is this OK?

It’s wonderful.

Good.

I’m glad you like it.



  1. It’s All Right, I Guess

(an unenthusiastic agreement)

Will this be OK?

It’s all right, I guess.

I guess it’s all right.

It’ll do.

Are you sure it’s OK?

It’s all right, I guess.

I guess it’s all right.

It’ll do.

It’ll have to do.

It’ll have to do.

Are you sure it’s OK?

It’ll do.



  1. It’s Not Quite Right

(a polite rejection)

Is this all right?

Not quite.

Is this all right?

Not quite.

Is this all right?

Not quite.

It’s not quite right.

I’m afraid it’s not quite right.

Not quite right.

I’m sorry you feel that way.

I’m sorry you feel that way.

I’m awfully sorry you feel that way.

It’s not quite right.





  1. I Don’t Like It At All

I don’t like it.

I don’t like it at all.

I hate it.

I can’t stand it.

I don’t like it.

I don’t like it at all.

I hate it.

I can’t stand it.

I don’t like a bit.

I don’t like it at all.

I hate it.

I can’t stand it.

Not a bit.

Not a bit

I don’t like it a bit.
Not at all.

Not at all.

I don’t like it at all.

I hate it.

I can’t stand it.

I hate it.

I hate it.

I can’t stand it.

I hate it.

I hate it.

I can’t stand it.

I hate it.

I hate it.

I can’t stand it.

I hate it.

I hate it.

I can’t stand it.

I don’t like it at all.



Unit 7. Expression Ability or Inability to do Something /Making Exercises /

Giving Encouragements


  1. I Can’t Do It

I can’t do it.

I can’t do it.

Yes, you can.

Yes, you can.

I can’t do it.

Yes, you can.

You can do it.

You can do it.

I can’t do it.

Yes, you can.

You can do it.

You can do it.

No, I can’t.

Yes, you can.

No, I can’t.

Yes, you can.

I can’t do it.

Yes, you can.

You can do it.

You can do it.




  1. Give Up

I give up.

I can’t do it.

Don’t give up.

Try it again.

I give up.

I can’t do it.

Don’t give up.

Try it again.

I read it once.

I couldn’t understand it.

Don’t give up.

Read it again.

I read it twice.

I couldn’t understand it.

Don’t give up.

Read it again.

I read it three times.

I couldn’t understand it.

Don’t give up.

Read it again.

I give up.

I can’t do it.

Don’t give up.

Try it again.



3. If I Can Do It You Can Do It

Do you think I can do it?

Of course you can

If I can do it

You can do it too.

Do you think I can do it?

Of course you can

If I can do it

You can do it too.

Believe me,

It’s not that hard.

Believe me,

It’s not that hard.

You can do it

Just as well as I can

If I can do it

You can do it too.
4. Can You Speak English?

Can you speak English?

Not very well.

Can you speak Spanish?

Not very well.

Can you speak French?

Just a little.

Can you speak Chinese?

Not at all.
Can you understand French?

Just a little.

Can you understand Spanish?

More or less.

Can you understand Turkish?

Not at all.

Can you understand your teacher?

Most of time.


Can she speak French?

Of course she can.

It’s her native language.

She was born in France.

Can he speak Japanese?

Of course he can.

It’s his native language.

He was born in Japan.


5. I’m Afraid I Won’t Be Able to Go

I’m afraid I won’t be able to go.

I’m coming down with a cold.

Oh no, what the shame!

Oh no, what the shame!

I’m afraid I won’t be able to go.

I’m coming down with a cold.
I’m afraid I won’t be able to go.

I have to work tomorrow.

I’m afraid I won’t be able to go.

I have to work tomorrow.

Oh no, that’s to bad.

Oh no, that’s to bad.

I’m afraid I won’t be able to go.

I’m coming down with a cold.




  1. Will I Ever Learn to Speak English?

Will I ever learn to speak English?

Of course you will.

You’re doing fine.

You’re getting better

all the time.

Will I ever learn?

Will I ever learn?

Of course you will.

Do you think I can do it?

Of course you can
Am I doing all right?

Am I doing all right?

Of course you are

You’re doing fine.

You’re getting better

all the time.

You’re getting better

every day.

You’re getting better

all the time.

Will I ever learn?

Will I ever learn?

Of course you will.

You’re doing fine.

You’re getting better all the time.

Unit 8 Apologizing / Accepting an Apologizing


  1. I’m Sorry. That’s All Right

I’m sorry.

That’s all right.

I’m sorry.

That’s all right.

I’m terrible sorry.

That’s all right.

Don’t worry about it.

That’s all right.


I’m sorry I’m late

That’s all right.

I’m really sorry.

Never mind.

Don’t worry about it.

That’s all right.

Never mind.

Don’t worry about it.

Never mind.

Don’t worry about it.

I’m really sorry.

Never mind.

Don’t worry about it.

That’s all right.





  1. Excuse Me. That’s OK. Never Mind. No Problem.

Excuse me.

That’s OK.

Pardon me.

That’s all right.

Please excuse me.

That’s OK.

Never mind.

No problem.

Pardon me.

It was my mistake.

That’s all right.

Don’t worry about it.

I’m terribly sorry

That’s OK.

Never mind.

No problem.



  1. It’s All My Fault

It’s all my fault.

It’s all my fault.

I shouldn’t have done it.

It’s all my fault.

It doesn’t matter.

It’s not important.

I’m terribly sorry.

It’s all my fault.

Don’t be silly.

You couldn’t help it.

I’m terribly sorry.

It’s not your fault.

Don’t be silly.

You couldn’t help it.

I’m terribly sorry.

It’s not your fault.




  1. I’m Sorry I Did It. I Shouldn’t Have Done It.

I’m sorry I did it.

I shouldn’t have done it.

I’m sorry I did it.

I shouldn’t have done it.

It doesn’t matter.

It really doesn’t.

It doesn’t matter.

Honestly.


I should have told you.

It doesn’t matter.

I should have told you.

It doesn’t matter.

I should have done it.

It doesn’t matter.

It really doesn’t.

Honestly.



Unit 9. Talking About Food


  1. Chicken Soup

Chicken,

Chicken soup

Chicken,

Chicken soup.

Rice and beans.

Rice and beans.

Whole wheat toast.

I’d like a bowl of soup.

Chicken soup.

I’d like a bowl of soup.

Chicken soup.

I’d like a large bowl of chicken soup.

I’d like a large bowl of soup.
I’d like a cup of soup.

Chicken soup.

I’d like a cup of soup.

Chicken soup.

I’d like a large cup of soup.

2. What Are You Going to Have?

(getting ready to order in a restaurant)


What are you going to have?

Chicken soup.

Mm, mm. That sounds good.

What are you going to have?

Chicken soup.

I think I’ll have the same.

What are you going to have?

Chicken soup.

What are you going to have?

Chicken soup.

I think I’ll have the same.

Mm, mm. That sounds good.

That sounds good.

That sounds good.

Chicken soup! That sounds good.

I think I’ll have the same.



3. I’d Like a Sandwich
I’d like a sandwich.

I’d like a sandwich.

I’d like a tuna salad sandwich.

Tuna salad.

Tuna salad.

Tuna salad sandwich.

Whole wheat toast.

Whole wheat toast.

I’d like a tuna salad sandwich on a whole wheat toast.

Whole wheat toast.

Whole wheat toast.

I’d like a tuna salad sandwich on a whole wheat toast.

I’d like a large bowl of chicken soup.

I’d like a large bowl of chicken soup.

I’d like a large bowl of chicken soup

and tuna salad sandwich on a whole wheat toast.


4. I Haven’t Decided Yet

What are you going to have for lunch?

I haven’t decided yet.

What are you going to have?

I haven’t decided yet.
What are you going to drink?

I haven’t decided yet.

What are you going to have?

I haven’t decided yet.


What are you going to have for dessert?

I haven’t decided yet.

What are you going to have?

I haven’t decided yet.

I haven’t decided yet.

5. Salt and Pepper

Salt and pepper.

Salt and pepper.

Please pass the salt.

Pass the salt and pepper, please.

Please pass the pepper.

Please pass the salt.

Salt and pepper.

Bread and butter.

Pass the bread and butter, please.

Please pass the bread.

Please pass the butter.

Please pass the pepper

Please pas the salt.



Unit 10 Talking About Money

  1. Put It In the Bank.

Save it.

Save it.


Put it in the bank.

Save it.


Save it.

Put it in the bank.


Spend it.

Take it out of the bank

Spend it.

Take it out of the bank

Save it.

Spend it.

Save it.

Spend it.

Save it.

Spend it.

Put it in the bank.

2. How Much Does It Cost? It Costs a Lot

How much does it costs?

It costs a lot.

How much does it costs?

It costs a lot.

I can’t believe how much it costs.

It costs a lot, an awful lot.
It costs a lot to live in the city.

How much does it costs?

It costs a lot.

It costs a lot to eat out these days.

How much does it costs?

It costs a lot.


3. Why Don’t You Buy It? I Can’t Afford It.
Why don’t you buy it?

I can’t afford it.

It’s too expensive.

I can’t afford it.

Why don’t you buy it?

I don’t have the money.

It’s not worth it.

I can’t afford it.


4. Pennies, Nickels, Dimes and Quarters

Pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters.

Pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters.

How many pennies in a nickel?

Five.

How many nickels in a dime?



Two.
Pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters.

Pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters.

How many dimes in a dollar?

Ten.


How many nickels in a dime?

Two.
Pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters.

Pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters.

How many quarters in a dollar?

Four.

How many nickels in a dime?



Two.
Unit 11 Talking About the Weather

1. It’s Cold Outside. It’s Bitter Cold.

It’s cold outside.

It’s bitter cold.

Put on your sweater.

It’s bitter cold.

It’s cold outside.

It’s bitter cold.

Wear something warm.

It’s bitter cold.

It’s cold outside.

It’s bitter cold.

It’s freezing.

Wear something warm.

Bungle up.

It’s cold outside.

Wear something warm.

It’s bitter cold.

2. It’s a Nice Day Today, Isn’t It?

It’s a nice day today, isn’t it?

It certainly is.

It’s a beautiful day.

It’s a nice day today, isn’t it?

It certainly is.

It’s a beautiful day.

Nice day today.

Nice day today.

Day today.

Day today.

Nice day today.


Nice day today, isn’t it?

It certainly is.

It’s a beautiful day.
3. Hot and Humid
It’s hot today.

Hot and humid.

It’s not hot today, isn’t it?

It’s hot today.

Hot and humid.

It’s hot today, is not it?

It sure is.

It sure is.

Hot and humid.

Hot and humid.


Too hot.

Much too hot.

Too hot.

Much too hot.

It’s too hot to work.

Too hot to play.

It’s too hot to walk to work today.

It’s too hot.

Hot and humid.

It’s too hot.

Hot and humid.
Too hot to work.

Too hot to play.

Too hot to walk to work today.

4. Clear , Blue Sky
Clear, blue sky.

Clear, blue sky.

Look at the sky.

It’s clear as a bell.

Clear, blue sky.
It’s a beautiful today.

Not a cloud in the sky.

Clear, blue sky.
Look at the sky.

It’s clear as a bell.

Clear, blue sky.


  1. Do You Think It’s Going to Rain?

Do you think it’s going to rain?

I hope not.

Do you think it’s going to rain?

I hope not.

It looks like rain.

It looks like rain.

Do you think it’s going to rain?

I hope not.

Do you think it’s going to snow?

I hope so.

Do you think it’s going to snow?

I hope so.

It looks like snow.

It looks like snow.

Do you think it’s going to snow?

I hope so.

Unit 12. Asking For Giving information


  1. How long does it takes?

How long does it take?

It takes a long time.

How long does it take?

It takes a long time.

How long does it take?

It takes a long time.

It takes a long, long time.


It takes twenty – four hours.

That’s a long time.

It takes fifteen days.

That’s a long time.

It takes three and a half months.

That’s a long time.

That’s a long, long time.

2. Downtown Bus
Downtown.

Downtown bus.

Downtown.

Downtown bus.

Is this the downtown bus?

Yes, it is.

Is this the downtown bus?

Yes, it is.

Is this the downtown bus?

Yes, it is.

Does this bus go downtown?

Yes.


Yes, it does.

Downtown.

Downtown bus.

Downtown.

Downtown bus.

Is this the downtown bus?

Yes, it is.

Does this bus go downtown?

Yes!


3. Walk Two Blocks and Turn Right

Is there a bank near here?

Yes, there is.

Walk two blocks and turn right.


Is there a phone near here?

Yes, there is.

Walk two blocks and turn right.
Is there a newspaper stand near here?

Yes, there is.

Yes, there is.

Walk two blocks and turn right.


Is there a coffee shop near here?

Yes, there is.

Yes, there is.

Walk two blocks and turn left.


Turn left. Turn left.

Walk two blocks and turn left.


Turn right. Turn right.

Walk two blocks and turn right.

You can’t miss it.

4. Is The Post Office Open Tomorrow?

Is the post office open tomorrow?

It’s open from nine to five.

Is the post office open tomorrow?

It’s open from nine to five.

What time does it open?

It opens at nine.

What time does it close?

It closes at five.

It opens at nine and closes at five.

Are the stores open tomorrow?

They’re open from nine to five.

Are the stores open tomorrow?

They’re open from nine to five.

When do they open?

They open at nine.

When do they close?

They close at five.

Are the stores open tomorrow?

They’re open from nine to five.




Unit 13 Giving and Receiving Thanks


  1. Thank you very much.

Thank you very much.

You’re welcome.

Thank you very much.

I appreciate it.

Thank you very much.

You’re welcome.

Thank you very much.

I appreciate it.

Thank you.

Thank you very much.

Thank you.

Thank you very much.

Thank you.

Thank you very much.

I appreciate it.

You’re welcome.


  1. Thanks a Lot

Thanks a lot.

Thanks a lot.

Thanks a lot for everything.

Don’t mention it.

I was happy to do it

Thanks a million.

Thanks a lot.

Thanks a lot for everything.

You’re welcome.

I was happy to do it.

Thanks a million.

Thanks a lot.

Thanks a million.

Thanks a lot.

Thanks a million.

Thanks a lot.

You’re welcome.

I was happy to do it.




  1. Thank You So Much. It’s Just What I Want

(thanking someone for a gift)

Thank you so much

It’s just what I wanted.

I’m glad you like it.

I’m so glad you like it.

It’s just what I wanted.

I’m glad you like it.

It’s just the right size.

I’m glad you like it.

It’s just the right color.

I’m glad you like it.

It’s just what I wanted.

I’m glad you like it.

It’s perfect.

I’m so glad.

I love it.

I’m glad.



  1. That Was Awfully Nice Of You

(thanking someone for doing a favor)

I was ′awfully nice of you.

I’m glad I was able to help.

That was ′very nice of you.

I’m glad I was able to help.

That was ′so nice.

I’m glad I could do it.

That was ′very nice.

I’m glad I could do it.

That was ′awfully nice.

I’m glad I could do it.

I’m glad I was able to help.


I’m glad I could do it.

I’m ′so glad.

I’m glad I could do it.

I’m ′so glad.

I’m glad I could do it.

I’m ′so glad.

I’m glad I was able to help.


  1. Thanks Again

Thanks again.

Any time.

Thanks again.

It was my pleasure.

Thanks again.

Don’t mention it.

Thanks again.

You’re welcome.

Thanks again.

I enjoyed doing it.

Thanks again.

Thank you.


Thanks again.

You shouldn’t have done it.

I wanted to.

The pleasure was mine.




Unit 14 Expression Confusion

  1. This Is Confusion. I’m Very Confused

This is confusing.

I’m very confused.

I can’t understand what he’s saying, can you?
This is confusing.

I’m very confused.

I can’t understand what he’s saying.
I’m all mixed up.

I’m all mixed up.


It’s very confusing.

I can’t understand him.

He’s talking too quickly.

I can’t understand him.

This is confusing.

I’m very confused.

I can’t understand what he’s saying.


  1. Who Has the Keys?

Who has the keys?

What keys?

My keys.

I thought you had them.

I gave them to you.
Who has the tickets?

What tickets?

Our tickets.

I thought you had them.

I gave them to you.
Who has the money?

What money?

My money.

I thought you had it.

I gave it to you.



3. Does This make Sense to You?

Does this make sense to you?

No. Does it make any sense to you?

No. I can’t figure it out, can you?

No, I can’t.

Neither can I.

I don’t understand this at all, do you?

No, I don’t.

Neither do I.

I’m very confused.

I am too.

I’m totally lost.

So am I.

4. Where Do We Go?

Where do we go?

What do we do?

Don’t ask me.

I was following you..

Where do we go?

What do we do?

Don’t ask me.



I don’t know.
Where’s the hotel?

Where’s the car?

I’m not quite sure

just where we are.

Where shall we go?

What shall we do?

Don’t ask me.

I was counting on you.


5. What Are We Supposed to Do?

What are we supposed to do?

I thought you knew.

What are we supposed to do?

I thought you knew.

What are we supposed to go?

Where are we supposed to be?

What are we supposed to do?

I thought you knew.
What am I supposed to do?

I thought you knew.

What am I supposed to do?

I thought you knew.


When am I supposed to go?

Where am I supposed to be?

What am I supposed to do?

I thought you knew.




Unit 15. Making Planes


  1. What Are You Going to Do?

What are you going to do when you finish this course?

I’ not quite sure

What are you going to do?

I’m not quite sure.

I haven’t decided.
What are your planes?

Are you going to stay here?

I’m not quite sure.

Are you going to stay?

It all depends.

I’m not quite sure.

Are you going to get a job?

It all depends.

Are you going to buy a car?

It all depends.

Are you going to take a trip?

It all depends.

I’m not quite sure.

I’m not quite sure.




  1. Let’s Make a Date

Let’s make a date.

Are you busy tomorrow?

I’m free at two.

What about you?

That’s fine with me.

I’ll meet you at two.


I’d love to see you.

When are you free?

Call me tomorrow.

I finish at three.

Can we get together tomorrow at three?

I’m sorry.

That’s a little too early for me.

How about eight?

That’s a little too late.

I’m sorry, but eight’s just a little too late.




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