|Từ||Nghĩa tiếng việt||Phát âm|
|buckle /'bʌkl/ .n||khóa (thắt lưng,cặp..)|
|plated /'pleitid/ .adj||bọc,mạ|
|distinguish /dis'tiɳgwiʃish/ .v||phân biệt,nhận ra|
|badge /beid/ .n||dấu hiệu,huy hiệu|
|scratch /skrætʃ/ .n||vết xước|
|frustrating /frʌs'treiting/ .adj||làm nản lòng,gây bực dọc|
|wallet /'wɔlit/ .n||cặp đựng tài liệu|
Thành ngữ - Ngữ pháp
make it stand out
Section 1: Question 1 - 10:
What did she have inside her briefcase?
- wallet, pens and novel
- papers and wallet
- pens and novel
- paper,pen and novel
Adress: Flat 2..... ......Road Canterbury
R = Rececptionist
R: Good evening, City Police Station. Can I help you?
W: Oh hello, I’d like to report a stolen briefcase, please. Example
R: Just a minute and I’ll put you through.
P: Lost property. Can I help you?
W: Oh, yes. I’ve had my briefcase stolen.
P: OK … I’ll take some details … Tell me what it looks like, first of all.
W: Well … it’s a soft leather one, you know, not a heavy box-type like a man’s.
P: Mmm … and how does it close?
W: It’s got buckles at the front ... two of them They’re gold-plated ones.
P: Fine … Was it locked?
W: No, I’m afraid not.
P: Never mind. Any distinguishing features?
P: Any marks or badges on it that make it stand out?
W: Only the brand name.
P: And where’s that?
W: It’s on the back … at the bottom in the left-hand corner. It’s Sagi. Oh and there’s a scratch … it’s quite bad but small … directly above the brand name. I did it recently putting it on my bike.
P: Right, got that. So, what did you have inside the briefcase?
W: Well all my papers from college. It’s so frustrating but, thank goodness for computers, I haven’t lost them completely!
P: Yes, you’re lucky.
W: I had my wallet in my pocket so I didn’t lose that but there were also my pens which I got for my birthday and a novel I was planning to read on the train.
P: Right. Where exactly did you lose the briefcase?
W: Well … I couldn’t believe it. I was standing on the platform … it was right next to me.
P: You were holding it?
W: I’d just put it down on the floor but I could almost feel it beside me. I was watching for my tram because sometimes it comes early and then next time I looked, my briefcase wasn’t there.
P: And what time was this?
W: Ah … it was … it must have been about 5.20 … no a bit later. I’d say 5.30 because it was just getting crowded and the train normally comes at about twenty-five to six.
P: Right, if you’ll just give me some personal details ...
P: What name is it?
W: I’m Mary Prescott.
P: Can you spell that?
W: Yes, it’s P-R E-S-C-O-T-T.
P: And your address?
W: Flat 2, 41,Fountain Road, Canterbury.
P: Fountain Road.
W: Yes, number 41.
P: And have you got a contact telephone number?
W: Yes, it’s 7-5 double 2-3-9.
P: 7-5-double 239. Fine. One last question — what would you say the value of your briefcase is?
W: Including the contents?
P: Yes, Just a rough estimate is fine.
W: I’m not sure. Well, the briefcase itself is quite new; I bought it last month for
£40. I suppose about £65. The contents are worth about 20 or 25 pounds at least.
P: That’s fine. Well, if you could come down to the station tomorrow, you can
sign this form and have a look at what we’ve got here.
W: OK, thanks. 'Bye.