Obs: Nem todas as palavras contidas nos áudios são ensinadas no nível 2, mas servem como desafio para a compreenção do contexto.
A NICE PLACE TO LIVE - NIVEL 2
A: I like living here. B: I agree. Pasadena is a nice city. A: It's not too big. B: And it's not too small. A: It has great weather all year long. B: It has the Rose Parade. A: It has beautiful houses. B: It has wonderful restaurants. A: It has great schools. B: It's close to the mountains. A: The people are friendly. B: I'm not ever going to leave.
DO YOU LOVE ME ? - NIVEL 2
A: Do you really love me? B: Of course. A: Prove it. B: How can I prove it? A: Take me to dinner. B: That's it? That's all I have to do? A: Take me to a nice restaurant, not to McDonald's. B: But a nice restaurant costs money. A: Yes, and you have to make a reservation. B: That's such a hassle. A: I knew you didn't love me. B: Okay, okay! I'll make a reservation right now.
HE IS A BUS DRIVER - NIVEL 2
He is a bus driver. He drives a school bus. He drives the bus five days a week. He drives the bus in the morning. He drives it in the afternoon. He picks up kids near their homes. He takes them to school. He picks them up at school. He takes them home.
HE TALKS TO MOM BY PHONE - NIVEL 2
The phone rings. He hears the ringing. He picks up the phone. He says hello. The other person says hello. The other person is his mom. She talks to him. He talks to her. She finishes talking. She says goodbye. He says goodbye. They hang up. He waits. The phone rings again.
IS IT RAINING ? - NIVEL 2
A: What's the weather like? B: I don't know. I just woke up. A: Why don't you look outside? B: Okay. It looks like rain. A: Why do you say that? B: The sky is gray. A: Is it raining right now? B: No. A: How do you know? B: The street isn't wet. A: I have to go shopping today. B: You'd better take an umbrella.
HIS A NEW LAPTOP - NIVEL 2
He has a new laptop. He goes online every day. He reads his email. He replies to his email. He visits different web sites. He reads the news online. He reads the sports. He checks the weather. He watches TV programs. He makes travel plans. He loves his new laptop.
A NEW CAR - NIVEL 2
A: Let's go for a ride. B: Where are we going? A: Into the mountains. B: That sounds nice. A: I want to show you my new car. B: You bought a new car? A: Yes. I bought a Cadillac. B: A luxury car. A: Luxury plus speed. B: What are we waiting for? A: Let me get the keys. B: Let me get my camera.
GRANDMA AND GRANDPA ARE NICE - NIVEL 2
Her grandma is short and fat. Her grandpa is tall and thin. They are both old. They have white hair. They smell funny. They always hug her. They always kiss her. They always bring her gifts. They always bring her chocolates. They always visit for a few days. They are nice to her. She loves them.
HE IS A CHOCOLATE LOVER - NIVEL 2
He loves chocolate. He loves milk chocolate. He loves dark chocolate. He eats chocolate candy bars. He eats chocolate fudge. He eats chocolate chip cookies. He eats chocolate cake. He eats chocolate cupcakes. He eats chocolate ice cream. He eats chocolate pudding. He drinks chocolate milk. He eats chocolate every day. Chocolate is the best!
ONLY A FEW FRIENDS - NIVEL 2
A: I have lots of friends. B: Really? How many do you have? A: I don't know, maybe one hundred. B: That is a lot of friends! Do you have a best friend? A: Of course. I have lots of best friends. B: How many best friends do you have? A: I think about twenty‐five. B: Hmm. I have only one best friend. A: I feel sorry for you. B: I have only a few friends. A: You must be lonely. I will share my friends with you. B: That's very nice of you.
THE ENGLISH MAJOR - NIVEL 2
A: What is your major? B: English. A: What are you going to do with an English major? B: I'm going to be a teacher. A: High school or middle school? B: High school. A: I teach high school English. B: I didn't know that. A: I started teaching five years ago. B: How do you like it? A: Do you see all this gray hair? It was totally black five years ago. B: Maybe I'll teach middle school.
HUNGRY FOR HOT DOGS - NÍVEL 2
He opens the refrigerator. He looks inside the refrigerator. He is hungry. He wants something to eat. He sees a package. It is a package of hot dogs. Six hot dogs are in the package. He takes two hot dogs out of the package. He closes the refrigerator. He puts the hot dogs on a plate.
AN AIRPLANE IN THE SKY - NÍVEL 2
The boy hears a sound. He looks up. He sees an airplane. The airplane is in the sky. It is a silver airplane. It has two wings. It has a tail. It has two jet engines. There is a pilot on the airplane. He flies the airplane. He lands the airplane.
ENGLISH DICTIONARY - NÍVEL 2
A: Excuse me, where can I find a dictionary? B: What kind of dictionary would you like? A: A bilingual dictionary would be nice. B: Well, there are many printed dictionaries. A: Is there one you recommend? B: Personally, I like the digital dictionaries. A: Do you sell those here? B: Yes, they're like mini computers. A: They are much more expensive, aren't they? B: Unfortunately, they can be expensive. A: I think I'll stick with the printed version. B: Either way, I'm sure it will be very useful!
GO TO WORK - NÍVEL 2
Patricia did not have much time. It was time to go to work. She did not want to be late for work. She would lose her job if she was late. She finished her coffee. She drank the last drop. She put the coffee cup in the kitchen sink. She turned on the kitchen faucet. She poured water into the cup. She turned off the faucet. She picked up her keys. The keys were on the kitchen table. She grabbed her gray coat. Her gray coat was on the chair. The chair was next to the door. She walked outside. She locked her door with her house key.
A BUSY MUSEUM - NÍVEL 2
Many people are in front of the museum. Some people sit on the steps. Some people stand. Some take pictures. Some stand in line. They buy ice cream. They buy hot dogs. Buses and taxis stop and go. The museum is open. Many people are inside. Many people are outside. It is a busy place.
A NEW HARD DRIVE - NÍVEL 2
A: I called HP about my computer. B: What did they say? A: They said I need a new hard drive. B: That's too bad. How much is a new one? A: It's not too much, only about $85. B: Plus installation? A: No, my hard drive is easy to remove and replace. B: Really? A: Yes, it's just a couple of screws. B: That's nice. A: It's a lot better than paying someone $60. B: If my hard drive crashes, I'll just call you.