Obs: Nem todas as palavras contidas nos áudios são ensinadas no nível 3, mas servem como desafio para a compreenção do contexto.
SWIMMING POOL - NIVEL 3
Sharon jumped into the water at the swimming pool. She held her nose. She went under the water. Then she came back up. She swam to the ladder in the pool. She climbed out of the pool. She stood at the edge of the pool. She held her nose. She jumped in again. Sharon liked to jump into the pool. The water felt good. It was a hot day. The water was cool. The water felt so good. Sharon's mother had brought her to the pool. Her mother was sitting in a chair. She was watching Sharon. She wanted Sharon to have fun.
LET'S GO TO DISNEYLAND - NIVEL 3
She loves Disneyland. She wants to live at Disneyland. She wants to visit Disneyland every day. Her parents take her to Disneyland every year. She has fun at Disneyland. She sees Mickey Mouse. She goes on many rides. She has fun on the rides. She wants to ride them again and again.
HE READS THE PAPER - NIVEL 3
He goes downstairs to the lobby. He opens his mailbox. There is no mail. He closes the mailbox. He walks outside. He goes to the corner. He opens the newspaper box. He takes a free newspaper out of it. He walks over to the little park. He sits on a bench. He reads the newspaper.
HE IS A POLICEMAN - NIVEL 3
He stands on the corner. He wears a blue uniform. He wears a cap. He has a gun. He has a badge. He is a policeman. He is a cop. He protects the public. He watches everyone. He watches for criminals. He watches for terrorists. He looks for suspicious behavior. He listens for suspicious sounds.
KIDS AND THEIR TEACHER - NIVEL 3
He has a job. He is a teacher. He teaches kids. He teaches them how to read. He teaches them how to spell. The kids are fast learners. They learn how to read quickly. They learn how to spell quickly. He likes his job. He likes kids. He likes to teach kids new things.
A PIZZA - NIVEL 3
"Daddy, let's order a pizza," Billy said. "That sounds like a good idea," said his dad. They looked at a menu they had at home. "What kind do you want?" his dad asked. Billy wanted a large pizza. He wanted a pizza with four toppings. He wanted cheese, pepperoni, ham, and pineapple. His dad said that sounded good. He called the pizza place. "They don't have any pineapple," dad told Billy. "What do you want instead?" Billy wanted sausage instead. His dad ordered sausage instead of pineapple. About 30 minutes later, there was a knock on the door. It was the pizza man. "Here's your pizza," he told Billy's dad. "That'll be $16." Dad paid the pizza man. He also gave him a tip. Dad took the pizza to the living room. A baseball game was on TV. Billy and his dad started to eat the pizza in the living room. "I hope the Yankees lose," Billy told his dad. "I hope the Yankees lose, too," his dad said.
SHE PLAYS GOLF - NIVEL 3
She is a professional golfer. She plays golf. She plays in golf tournaments. She travels all over the U.S. She plays in the spring and summer. She wins some tournaments occasionally. She plays with 14 clubs. There are 14 clubs in her golf bag. Her favorite club is her putter.
TELL KIDS A GOOD STORY - NIVEL 3
Kids love a good story. A good story has a problem. A good story has a hero. The hero is a girl or a boy. Sometimes the hero is an animal. The hero is brave. The hero looks danger in the eye. The hero saves others from danger. The hero solves the problem. The story has a happy ending.
A SUMMER JOB - NÍVEL 3
Maria is 18. She will go to college in September. She will be a college student in September. But right now it is summer time. It is June. Maria needs a job. She needs money for college. She needs money to buy books for college. She wants a job. Maria went to a restaurant. "Can I have a job?" she asked. The restaurant manager said, "I'm sorry. I don't need anyone right now." Maria went to a book store. "Will you give me a job?" she asked. The book store manager said, "I'm sorry. I don't need new workers right now.
A NEW STUDENT - NÍVEL 3
A: I have never seen you before. B: I am a new student. A: Where are you from? B: I am from Japan. A: I love Japan! B: What do you love about it? A: I love the food, the culture, and the location. B: I could show you around some day. A: That would be so fun! B: But first, can you show me around here? A: It would be my pleasure. B: Let's start after school.