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English singsing Good morning. Good morning, everyone. How are you? Fine thanks. How are you? Great! Come in, please. Nice to meet you. My name is Kate. Nice to meet you, too. Sit down, please. Thank you. This is the music room. Wow! They are good. That’s the school library. Wow! Many books! Good afternoon, everyone. Good afternoon, Mr. Kim. My name is Kate. How are you? I’m great. Nice to meet you, Kate. Hello. Hello, Sally. What’s this? It’s a book. What’ that? Haha, it’s a box. Wow! Wow! What’s that? It’s a pencil. Thank you. You’re welcome. Wow! Pizza. Look! They do taekwondo. Wow! Who is he? He is my taekwondo teacher. Who is she? She is my friend. She is wonderful. Wow! Who is she? I don’t know. Mike, is she your mom? Yes, she’s my mom. Let’s sing a song together! Great! I can’t sing. What time do you get up? I get up at six. I go to school at seven thirty. Wow! You are an early bird. Thank you. Look! It’s a new bike. What a nice bike! Yes, it’s very nice. Whose bike is this? It’s Mike’s. Mike, is this your bike? Yes, it’s mine. Wow! You have a nice bike. Thanks. What’s that? My birthday invitation. A swimming party? Nice! Let’s go to a swimming party. Can you swim? Yes, I can. Can you swim? No, I can’t. Welcome, everyone. Happy birthday! This is for you. Thank you. Can you jump? Yes, I can. Can you jump? No, I can’t. Look! I can dance. Hello. Hello. Hello. Wow! A talking bird. How old are you? How old are you? I’m five. I’m five. I’m five. Wow! He’s cute. Wow! How old are you? I’m five years old. Oh, I’m sorry. Oh, my big sister is eight. Is she okay? How smart! I like Mr, smith. Me, too. Do you like baseball? No, I don’t. I like soccer. Me, too. Let’s play soccer. Good! Let’s go! Okay. Mike, let’s play soccer. Sorry, I can’t. Okay. I’m sorry. It’s okay. Mr. Smith. Hello, everyone. I like soccer, too. Wow! Gimbap! Do you like cheese? Yes, I do. Do you like ham? No, I don’t. What’s that? It’s a gimchi sandwich. It’s good. Mom, I’m hungry. Do you like gimchi? Yes, I do. I like gimchi. Umm…. It’s good. Thank you. I’m sorry. That’s okay. Cheesse. Gimchi. Thank you. Do you have crayons? Yes, I do. Great! Thanks. You’re welcome. Do you have paper? No, I don’t. Green please. I like orange. No, thanks. Do you have pencils? Yes. I do. Do you have a yellow
pencil? No, I don’t. I have a blue pencil. Oh, I have yellow. Thank you. Great! This is for you. Thanks! How nice! Wow! The zoo. How many bears? One, two. Two bears. No, that’s a baby bear. How many bears? Three bears. Look! Tigers. How many tigers? One, two, three, four, five. Five tigers. Six, six tigers. It’s a lion I’m wiki. Look at the pretty doll. I want it. May I help you? Yes, please. How much is it? Five hundred won. Here’s five hundred won. I like this car. It’s two hundred won. I want this kite. It’s very nice. Okay. May I help you? How much is it? It’s five dollars. I want this hat. How much is it? It’s ten dollars. Sally, you look very pretty. Thank you, dad. Now, let’s have lunch. Let’s play outside. Sorry, I can’t. It’s cold and windy. Look! It’s snowing. It’s all white. Do you like snow? Yes, I do. Let’s go! Can you make a snowman? sure, I can. A snowman! You’re good. Thank you. What’s that? His nose. Wow, a nose. Oh, no! What color is it? It’s a red. Red, stop! Green, go! Ah-ha! Oh, it’s green. Ok. Let’s go. I like green. Red, stop! Green, go! Red, stop! Green, go! It’s raining. I don’t have an umbrella. Don’t worry. Do you have an umbrella? Yes, I do. What color is it? It’s green and white. It’s big. Wow! It’s really big. Thank you. Where is Rora? I don’t know. Oh, no! Excuse me. I’m looking for my little sister. Okay. Don’t worry. What’s her name. Her name is Rora. She six years old. What does she look like? She has short curly hair. What is she wearing? She’s wearing a pink shirt and blue
pants. And she’s wearing a white cap. Rora! Wow! It’s wonderful! Watch out! Are you okay? Yes, I’m okay. Is this your shoe? Yes, it is. Thank you. Is that your ruler? Yes, it is. Hey! Hey! Hi! Mr. Smith. What’s wrong? I have a toothache. Open your mouth and say “Ahh.” Ahh… Hmm… You have a bad tooth. Ah, ah…. Good! Don’t eat too many sweets and brush your
teeth three times a day. Yes, Mr. Smith. Thank you. You’re welcome. See you in two days. Okay. What class is next? Math. I like Math class. Emm… I don’t like Math. What’s your favorite subject? My favorite subject is P.E. I like playing sports. I like basketball. I play basketball every day. I like basketball too, but I can’t play
very well. Don’t worry. I can help you. Really? How about playing basketball after
school? That’s a good idea. That was a great time. Thank you, Jinsu. Your’re welcome. What a nice day! Yes, it is. What a tall boy! Hurry up! Hurry up! I can run fast! I can make it! What a wonderful team! What a big tree! Yes, it’s very big. What’s that? I don’t know. Let’s go and see. Wow! It’s wonderful! What a beautiful flower! Yes, it is. Watch out! Don’t touch that! Oops! I am bored. Oh, camping! Mom! Dad! Let’s go camping. Camping? Yes! Let’s go camping, please. Okay. Sounds good! Wow! It’s beautiful. Let’s go fishing. Sounds great! Uh-uh. It’s a bottle. Oh, it’s a small fish. Christmas is coming. Let’s put up yellow balls. Okay! A red Santa! Bring your socks! Okay! Let’s eat pizza! Wow! Wash your hands first. Okay, dad. Don’t sit down, Jinsu. It’s snowing! Let’s play outside. Okay! It’s cold and windy. Put on your coat, please. Thank you mom! Put on your…. Gloves, mom! It’s sunny, but cold outside. Let’s check the presents. Okay. Gloves, socks, hats, and balloons. Pies and cookies, too. Good! Put on your pants. Is this mine? Yes, it’s yours. Put on your coat, too. Is this yours? No, it’s not mine. Oh, it’s mine. Okay! Now, let’s go. Thank you for coming. You’re welcome. Nice to see you. It’s cold and snowy. How are you all? Fine, thanks. Is this mine? Yes, it’s yours. I made it for you. My hat is great! I’m a queen! Hi, May I take your order? Yes, I’d like a pizza and spaghetti. Anything else? A green salad please. A pizza, spaghetti and a green salad. Right? Yes. That’s right. Oh, it’s too hot. Do you want some water? Yes, please. I have science homework. Me, too. Let’s go to the science museum. Good idea! Where is it? I don’t know. Excuse me. Where’s the science museum? Go straight. And turn right at the bank. Thank you very much. You’re welcome. Sally, can you help me, please? Okay, mom. Go to the post office, please. Where’s the post office? It’s on Sejong Street. Excuse me. Where is the post office? Go straight. It’s over there. Thank you very much. Mom, I want some ice cream. Okay. Where is the cafeteria? It’s next to the flower shop. Let’s go. Mom, where is the restroom? I don’t know. Hmm… Let’s ask that woman. Excuse me. Where is the restroom? Go straight and turn left. It’s on your right. Thank you. Mom, where is my cap? It’s in your bag. I don’t see it. Where is it? Well…. On the desk? Here, it’s under the desk. Ah-ha. Mom, see you. Okay, have fun. Three o’clock! Now, let’s play outside! Okay. Where is my music book? It’s on the chair. Oh, he is under the table. Hahaha! What time is it, dad? It’s seven o’clock. Thank you. What time is it? It’s eight. Time for breakfast. Okay. Coming. Are you ready? Yes, we’re ready. Good. Let’s go to school. Let’s go home. Please wait for me. Okay. It’s late. Time for bad. Okay. Good night, mom. Good night, dad. Good night. Four tickets, please. Mom, I’m hungry. Mom, what time is it? It’s twelve o’clock. Time for lunch! Let’s go! What time is it? Oh, my… It’s one o’clock!! We’re late. Let’s hurry! It’s a beautiful park! Look at this sky and trees. What are you doing, Jinsu? I’m drawing trees. Trees are good. Yes, I like trees. What are you doing, Sally? I’m jumping. Wow, you’re jumping high. Wow! A big fire! Now, come to the fire, everyone! What are they doing? They are dancing. They are good dancers. That’s right. Let’s dance together. Hahaha. What is she doing? Hahaha. Shhh! She is sleeping. Where are you going? I’m going to the library. I’m bored. Let’s play outside. Sorry, but I want to read books. What are you doing, Mom? I’m writing an e-mail. I’m bored. Let’s play outside. Sorry, but I’m busy. Let’s do it later. What are you doing, Dad? I’m making cookies. Wow, I want to make cookies, too. Good! Show me how to make these cookies, please. Great idea! Look over there. What’s he doing? He’s dancing. Oh! Now he’s jumping. Wow. Great. What’s she doing? She’s jogging. Really? Yes. Good morning, Sally. How are you? I am great. What did you do yesterday? We went to the park. What did you do int the park? We flew kites. His kites flew high. Wow! You’re good. What did you do yesterday, Sally? I read books. Let’s go to the classroom. What did you do yesterday? I watched a science movie. What did you do yesterday, Mike? I made bulgogi with my dad. How was it? It was very delicious. We had a bulgogi party. I made cookies yesterday. I brought cookies for you. Thanks! Mm, delicious! How are you? I’m good. How was your summer vacation? It was great. I went Jejudo with my family. Really? What did you do there? We looked around Jejudo. Sounds great. We rode horses and walked along Jeju olle. Jeju olle? What’s that? It’s a walking path. You can see beautiful beaches and fields from there. Wow, I want to go there, too. How about your vacation? What did you do? I took taegwondo lessons. Great! What color belt do you have. White. I want to get my blue about soon. Good luck!