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Mike, Myra and Violet

(Myra and Violet are typists in the library)

Myra: (smiling) Hello, Mike!

Mike: Hello, Myra. Hello, Violet. You're looking nice, Violet.


Mike: Would you like some ice-cream, Violet?

Violet: No thanks, Mike. I'm busy typing. Talk to me some other time. I have ninety-nine pages to type by Friday.

Mike: Never mind. Do you like riding, Violet? Violet: Sometimes.

Mike: Would you like to come riding with we tonight, Violet?

Violet: Not tonight, Mike. I'm going for a drive with Nigel.

Mike: What about Friday?

Violet: I'm going climbing with Miles.

Mike: Hm! Oh, all right. Bye!

Myra: Violet, he's put something behind your typewriter.

V i о 1 e t: Is it something nice, Myra?

Myra: No. It's a spider.

Exercise VI. Read the rhymes and learn them.

1. Rain, rain, go away, Come again another day, Little Johnny wants to play.

2. Rain, rain, go to Spain, Never show your face again.

3. This is the way the ladies ride,

Nim, nim, nim, nim.

This is the way the gentlemen ride,

Trim, trim, trim, trim.

This is the way the fanners ride,

Trot, trot, trot, trot.

This is the way the huntsmen ride,

A-gallop, a-gallop, a-gallop, a-gallop.

This is the way the ploughboys ride,

Hobble-dy-gee, hobble-dy-gee.

4. There was a young lady whose eyes

Were unique as to colour and size,

When she opened them wide,

People all turned aside.

And started away in surprise.

5. There was a fat man of Bombay

Who was smoking one sunshine day,

When a bird called a snipe

Flew away with his pipe,

Which vexed the fat man of Bombay.

6. There was a young lady of Norway.

Who casually sat on a doorway.

When the door squeezed her flat,

She exclaimed, "What of that?"

That courageous young lady of Norway.

Exercise VII.Transcribe the proverbs and learn them.

1. He who fights and runs away may live to fight another day.

2. If things were to be done twice, all would be wise.

3. No pains, no gains.

4. When the cat is away, the mice will play.

5. After dinner sit awhile after supper walk a mile.

6. Haste makes waste.

7. To make hay while the sun shines.

8. The blind leading the blind.

9. A stitch in time saves nine.

10. An apple a day keeps the doctor away.

11. A cat has nine lives.

12. Out of sight, out of mind.

13. To call a spade a spade.

UNIT 11. [ɔi] - [ai]

Exercise I.Read the following words paying special attention to correct pronunciation.

1. [ɔi]     2. [ai]     3. [ɔi] - [ai]
boy- join roister my hide height boy — buy
joy point hoist why wide tight toy — tie
enjoy joint hoik try wide white oil — isle
employ coin coif rye ride right voice — vice
destroy soil adroit sigh side sight Roy — rye
toy oil voice high lied light point — pint
coy foil choice fly tried trite foil — file
Roy spoil moist buy fried fright poise — pies

Exercise II.Read the following sense-groups, mind the rhythm and intonation.

(a) Mike; Mike and Myra; Mike and Myra take; Mike and Myra take enjoyment; Mike and Myra take enjoyment in spoiling; Mike and Myra take enjoyment in spoiling toys.

(b) oil; point of oil; boiling point of oil; What's the boiling point of oil?

Exercise III.Transcribe and intone the following sentences. Practise reading them in pairs.

[oi] (a) 1. Join me in the voyage, Roy.

2. Boys will be boys.

3. Mr Hoyle toils the soil.

4. The boy is adroit with his quoit.

5. Roy is a loyal royalist.

6. Joice enjoys annoying Roy.

[ai] (b) 1. The time is flying.

2. My child Mike is bright.

3. I quite like the Whites.

4. Why, the pleasure is entirely mine.

[oi] — [ai] с) 1. Roy and Mike are fine but noisy boys,

2. Ida is spoilt and coy.

Exercise IV.Read the rhymes and learn them.

1. What kind of noise annoys an oyster?

A noisy noise annoys an oyster.

2. Smile a while and while you smile,

others'll smile and then there'll be miles of smiles.

Exercise V. Read the dialogues, mark the stresses and tunes. Learn them. Act out the dialogues.

1. Joyce's Rolls Royce

{Joyce takes her Rolls Royce to the garage) .

Garage boy: What a terrible noise.

Joyce: Eh?

Garage boy: {raising his voice) What a terrible noise! This is the noisiest Rolls Royce I've ever heard.

Joyce: {pointing) It's out of oil.

Garage boy: Out of oil? And look! The water's boiling. Madam, a Rolls Royce isn't a toy. Perhaps you've spoilt the motor or even destroyed it.

Joyce: How annoying! While you're changing the oil, I'll go and visit my boyfriend, Roy.

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