Interview: Is there a bank near here? (Top Notch Fundamentals Unit 3-2)

source: Mohammed Abuarisha / Pearson Education, INC   2010年7月26日
* social language: Discuss how to get to places
* grammar: The imperative

# video script:
Interviewer: Tell me, uh, is there a bank near here?
Catherine: Actually, there's ...there's several.* Uh ... there's one on the corner up here, and, uh, one right behind us, across the street, and then one diagonal.
Interviewer: Excuse me. Is there a newsstand nearby?
Rob: Yes, there is. There's one right down the street, two blocks, make a right, go one block, and it's right on the right-hand side.
Interviewer: OK, so that was go up the street two blocks ...
Rob: Yes.
Interviewer: Make a right, one block ...
Rob: Two blocks.
Interviewer: To blocks ...
Rob: And it's right on the right-hand side.
Interviewer: Right on the right-hand side.
Interviewer: Do you know if there's a restaurant nearby?
Joe: Yes, there's a great restaurant in the park. Uh, it's called Tavern on the Green.
Interviewer: Is there a taxi stand nearby?
Ian: No, there isn't.
Interviewer: Can you tell me how to get to the strain station?
Christine: Uh, would you like to walk or take the subway?
Interviewer: Um, I'll walk.
Christine: Just walk straight down this street for about thirty blocks and you;ll run right into it.
Interviewer: That's a long walk.
Christine: It is a long walk, but you like to walk, right?

* should be "there are several"