(Top Notch 2 Unit 1-2)

source: Phonics ILearning / Pearson Education, INC      2014年6月10日
* social language: get reacquainted with someone; discuss tourist activities
* grammar: the present perfect

(Mr. Evans tries to come up with something Ms. Novak hasn't seen or done in the city.)
Mr. Evans: I have your tickets
Ms. Novak: Thank you. Did you know that Marie knows my sister, Katerina?
Mr. Evans: Really? It’s a small world, isn't it? So are you going sightseeing before you leave?
Ms. Novak: No. I’m going back to the hotel to read.
Mr. Evans: What?! You’re visiting our great city and you’re not even going to see it?
Ms. Novak: I've come here once a month for eight years. I've seen it all before.
Mr. Evans: I’m sure I can think of something you haven’t seen.
Ms. Novak: I think you’re wrong.
Mr. Evans: Have you visited the Riley Museum of Art?
Ms. Novak: Twenty times.
Mr. Evans: Have you ever been to the top of the Olson Building?
Ms. Novak: Just last month.
Mr. Evans: Have you eaten at Andre’s Cafe?
Ms. Novak: Twice.
Mr. Evans: Ever been to Cold Beach?
Ms. Novak: Yes.
Mr. Evans: Seen the City Opera?
Ms. Novak: Yes.
Mr. Evans: Toured the Japanese Gardens?
Ms. Novak: Yes.
Mr. Evans: You can’t have done everything in this city.
Ms. Novak: I’m afraid it’s true.
Mr. Evans: Have you ever visited the Museum of Cheese?
Ms. Novak: There’s no Museum of Cheese.
Mr. Evans: Aha! It is really amazing. Everyone goes there. I can’t believe you haven’t been there yet! Mane, could you call the Museum of Cheese and reserve a ticket for Ms. Novak and me?
Ms. Novak: You’re not serious.
Mr. Evans: I am It’s at the corner of Seventh and Oak I’ll see you there at 4:00.
Ms. Novak: OK, I’ll see you there Thank you. Good-bye, Marie.
Mane: Say hello to Katerina for me.
(Ms. Novak leaves.)
Marie: Mr. Evans, is there really a Museum of Cheese at Seventh and Oak?
Mr. Evans; It’s a wonderful little cheese shop. They have every kind of cheese. Some of it’s very old, so, yes, I’d say it’s a museum of cheese. Ms. Novak will love it.