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Thursday, February 22, 2018

Part 3: Transferring to a University - Lesson 3. Classes Taken for Transfer

1

A: What classes have you taken so far?
B: I've been working on my GE classes.
A: Is that all?
B: That's it for right now.
A: What about your other classes?
B: I'm working towards transferring schools.
A: Which classes have you finished already?
B: I've finished all my English and math classes.
A: How many classes do you have left for your GE?
B: Only three.
A: That's amazing.
B: I'm almost ready to transfer.


2

A: Which classes have you completed?
B: I have been taking classes for my General Education.
A: Those are the only classes?
B: That's all I need to take right now.
A: Why don't you take any other classes?
B: I'm just working on transferring right now.
A: What classes are you done with?
B: I'm done with all my math and English classes.
A: How many more classes do you need to finish for your GE?
B: I have three more.
A: That's great!
B: I just need three more classes, and I can transfer.


3

A: What classes have you been taking?
B: I've been taking my GE classes.
A: That's it?
B: That's all that I need right now.
A: Why haven't you been taking any other classes?
B: I'm taking classes so that I can transfer soon.
A: What classes have you taken so far?
B: I don't need to take any more English or math classes.
A: How many GE classes do you have left?
B: I have about three left.
A: Good job!
B: Yeah. I'm just about ready to transfer.



Part 3: Transferring to a University - Lesson 2. What College to Transfer to

1

A: What are your plans?
B: What plans are you talking about?
A: Your plans as far as college.
B: I want to transfer.
A: You want to transfer?
B: That's what I plan to do.
A: Where do you want to transfer to?
B: I want to go to school out of state.
A: Which state?
B: Maybe New York.
A: That would be a big move.
B: I'm still thinking about it.


2

A: Tell me your plans.
B: I'm not sure what plans you're referring to.
A: I'm talking about your college plans.
B: I'm going to transfer colleges.
A: Is that right?
B: That's what I'm working on doing.
A: Where are you going to transfer to?
B: I don't know yet. Somewhere out of state, probably.
A: Which state exactly?
B: New York would be nice.
A: That's pretty far away.
B: I know it's a big move. That's why I'm still thinking about it.


3

A: What plans have you made?
B: My plans as far as what?
A: Your plans for college.
B: Oh. I plan on transferring.
A: Oh, really?
B: Yeah. That's the plan.
A: What school are you transferring to?
B: I want to transfer to a school out of state.
A: Which state are you thinking of?
B: I wouldn't mind transferring to a school in New York.
A: That's on the other side of the country.
B: I know, but I'm still weighing my options.


Monday, February 5, 2018

Part 3: Transferring to a University - Lesson 1. Transfer Plans

1

A: Are you planning on transferring?
B: Yes. What about you?
A: Yeah, I think so.
B: Where do you want to go?
A: I was thinking either CSULA or UCLA.
B: Those are great schools.
A: Where do you want to transfer to?
B: I'm not really sure yet.
A: You still have time to figure it out.
B: That's true.
A: Hopefully you'll figure it out pretty soon.
B: I will. Good luck with CSULA and UCLA.


2

A: Are you going to transfer?
B: Yes, I'm going to transfer. Are you?
A: Yes. I want to transfer.
B: What school do you want to transfer to?
A: Either CSULA or UCLA.
B: Either school would be a great choice.
A: Where are you going to transfer to?
B: I don't know.
A: You have plenty of time to think about it.
B: You're right.
A: Good luck figuring it out.
B: I'll figure it out eventually.

3

A: Do you plan on transferring schools?
B: I want to. Do you?
A: I'm thinking about it.
B: Where do you want to transfer to?
A: I want to go to CSULA or UCLA.
B: Those are pretty good schools.
A: Where are you planning on transferring to?
B: I haven't thought about it yet.
A: At least you still have time to think about it.
B: I know.
A: I hope that you figure it out.
B: I'll think of something.


Part 2: At the Library - Lesson 14. Using a Copier

1

A: How may I help you today?
B: I need to make some copies.
A: The copier is right over there.
B: Does it cost to use it?
A: We do charge to use the machine.
B: How much does it cost?
A: We charge ten cents a copy.
B: How many copies am I allowed to make?
A: There is no limit to how many copies you can make.
B: Would you mind showing me how to use it?
A: Please read the instructions on the copier.
B: Oh, okay. Thanks.


2


A: What can I do for you?
B: I would like to use the copy machine.
A: The machine is over there.
B: Do I have to pay to use the machine?
A: Yes, you will have to pay to use it.
B: How much?
A: It costs ten cents a copy.
B: Am I limited to a certain number of copies?
A: You can copy as much as you'd like.
B: Could you show me how to use the copier?
A: The instructions for the copier are posted on it.
B: That's fabulous. Thank you.


3


A: May I help you?
B: I need to copy some pages in my book.
A: The copier is right over there, in the corner.
B: Do I need to pay to use it?
A: You have to pay to use the copier.
B: How much do you charge?
A: You need to pay ten cents for every copy.
B: Is there a maximum number of copies I can make?
A: You can make as many copies as you want.
B: I'm going to need you to show me how to use the machine.
A: There are instructions posted on the copier.
B: Thank you for your help.

Part 2: At the Library - Lesson 13. Using a Computer

1

A: What can I do for you today?
B: I would like to use a computer.
A: Do you have your library card?
B: I sure do.
A: There is a wait for the computers.
B: That's all right.
A: You need to print your name on this list.
B: Okay. Now what?
A: Once a computer is available, I will let you know.
B: How am I supposed to log on to the computer?
A: All you do is type in the number on the back of your card.
B: That's it? Thank you very much.


2


A: How may I help you?
B: I need to get on the Internet.
A: Do you have your library card with you?
B: Yes, I have it.
A: You're going to have to wait for a computer.
B: That's okay.
A: Please put your name on this list.
B: Then what do I need to do?
A: When there is a computer available, I will call you.
B: What do I do to log on to the computer?
A: Just type in the number on the back of your library card.
B: Okay. Thanks for your help.


3


A: What do you need?
B: I need to use the Internet.
A: You have your library card, right?
B: Yes, I do.
A: There is a wait right now to use the computers.
B: That's fine.
A: Would you please write your name on this list?
B: Then what?
A: I will call you when a computer is free.
B: How do I log on to the computer?
A: Use the number on the back of your library card.
B: Thanks. I'll be sitting over there.

Part 2: At the Library - Lesson 12. Returning Books Late

1.

A: How may I help you?
B: I need to return these books.
A: Give them here.
B: Here they are.
A: It appears these books are two weeks late.
B: I forgot they were due.
A: You do realize you are going to have to pay late fees, right?
B: How much is the late fee?
A: The late fee is 25 cents a day.
B: So I have to pay 25 cents for each day the books are late?
A: It's 25 cents for each book.
B: That's a lot of money.


2


A: What can I do for you?
B: I'm returning these books.
A: Let me have them.
B: Here are all of them.
A: These books are two weeks late.
B: I didn't have time to return them.
A: You're going to have to pay late fees.
B: How much?
A: 25 cents a day.
B: 25 cents a day?
A: That means 25 cents for each late book.
B: That's expensive.

3


A: May I help you with something?
B: I would like to return some books.
A: I'll take them.
B: Here you go.
A: These books were due two weeks ago.
B: Yeah. I totally forgot they were due.
A: You will need to pay late fees on these books.
B: How much are the late fees?
A: The fee is 25 cents every day.
B: I have to pay 25 cents a day?
A: And that's for each book that is late.
B: That shouldn't be a problem.

Part 2: At the Library - Lesson 11. Paying for Damage Made to a Book

1


A: How may I help you?
B: I need to return these books.
A: What happened to this one?
B: The cover came off.
A: You're going to need to pay for the damage.
B: How much are you talking?
A: It's going to be five dollars.
B: That's not bad at all.
A: It really isn't.
B: Here you go.
A: Thank you very much.
B: You're welcome. Have a nice day.

2

A: What can I do for you?
B: I am returning these books.
A: What did you do to this book?
B: I accidentally ripped the cover.
A: You will need to pay for the damage.
B: How much do I need to pay?
A: I'm going to need five dollars.
B: That's not too expensive.
A: It isn't.
B: Here's the five dollars.
A: Thank you.
B: No problem. Have a good one.

3

A: May I help you with something?
B: I would like to return these books.
A: What happened to this book?
B: I dropped it, and the cover tore off.
A: I'm going to have to charge you for the damage.
B: How much?
A: It's only five dollars.
B: That's not too bad.
A: I know it's not.
B: Here's the money for the book.
A: Thank you for your payment.
B: You are very welcome.

Part 2: At the Library - Lesson 10. Checking Out a Video

1.

A: What can I do for you today?
B: I need to return a book.
A: Can I do anything else for you?
B: I would also like to check out this video.
A: Is that all?
B: Yes, just the video.
A: May I see your library card?
B: Here you go.
A: You have to take care of this video.
B: Oh, I will.
A: You will be fined if you damage it.
B: I understand. Thank you very much.


2

A: May I help you?
B: I'm returning a book.
A: Do you need anything else?
B: I also need to check out this video.
A: This is all you want to check out?
B: Just the video.
A: I'm going to need your library card.
B: I have it right here.
A: You'll need to take care of the video.
B: I will.
A: We will fine you if you damage it.
B: I get it. Thank you.

3

A: How may I help you?
B: I would like to return this book.
A: Is that all you need?
B: I also want to check out this video.
A: Is that all you would like to check out?
B: That's all I need.
A: Do you have your library card?
B: Here it is.
A: Make sure to take proper care of this video.
B: That won't be a problem.
A: If you damage the video, you will be fined.
B: I won't damage it.

Part 2: At the Library - Lesson 9. Checking Out a Magazine

1

A: What can I do for you today?
B: I need to return a book.
A: Can I do anything else for you?
B: I want to check this magazine out.
A: We don't allow people to check out magazines.
B: Why not?
A: It's just a policy of ours.
B: So what am I allowed to check out?
A: You may check out books or videos.
B: I need to check out this magazine.
A: You will have to just read it in the library.
B: That doesn't make any sense.

2



A: How may I help you?
B: I want to return this video.
A: Is that all you need?
B: I also need to check this magazine out.
A: You're not allowed to do that.
B: I don't understand.
A: It's our policy.
B: What can I check out?
A: Only books or videos.
B: I need this magazine.
A: You will have to read it here.
B: That's weird.

3


A: May I help you?
B: I would like to return this book.
A: May I do anything else for you?
B: I would also like to check out this magazine.
A: I can't let you do that.
B: Why is that?
A: Our policy doesn't allow anyone to check out the magazines.
B: What things am I allowed to check out?
A: You are only allowed to check out books or videos.
B: I really need to check out this magazine.
A: I'm sorry, but that's our policy.
B: That's stupid.