Beginning English Video Lessons – Week 27 Of 52

Part 1 – Watch and practice along with this Speaking Practice Video

Part 2 – Watch and practice along with this Pronunciation Practice Video

Part 3 – Listen, read, and practice along with the audio player and dialogue below.

Anna: Hello! I am sure that today, in Washington, D.C,. there are a lot of great things to do. But I am not doing any of them. I am sick. Right now, I’m going to call my boss and tell her I cannot come in to work.

Caty: Hello?

Anna: Ms. Weaver, Hi. I can’t come to work today.

Caty: Why not? What is wrong?

Anna: Well, yesterday I felt fine.

Anna: In the morning, I painted for hours. In the afternoon, I cut wood. Then, Ibuilt a fire.

Caty: Anna, what do you mean? Why can’t you come to work today?

Anna: I do not feel well. I think I’m sick.

Caty: I’m sorry to hear that. I was sick last week, too. I had the flu.

Anna: (sneezes) What did you do?

Caty: I slept a lot and I drank a lot of water. Do you have a doctor?

Anna: Yes, I do.

Caty: You should call your doctor. And get lots of rest!

Anna: Thanks, Ms. Weaver. I’ll call right now. I’m calling my doctor.

Dr. Bennett: (to herself) Now, where does this thing go?

Dr. Bennett: Hello. This is Dr. Bennett. How can I help you?

Anna: Hello, Dr. Bennett. This is Anna.

Dr. Bennett: Oh, Hi, Anna. How can I help you?

Anna: I think I’m sick.

Dr. Bennett: Let me ask you a couple of questions. Do you have a sore throat?

Anna: Yes. I have a sore throat.

Dr. Bennett: Do you have a cough?

Anna: Yes. I have a cough.

Dr. Bennett: When did you start feeling sick?

Anna: This morning. Yesterday I felt great. In the morning I painted, for hours – in the afternoon I cut wood –

Dr. Bennett: Excuse me, Anna. But I don’t need to know all that. Do you have a fever?

Anna: Oh. My thermometer says 125 degrees?! What??

Dr. Bennett: Yeah, that’s not right.

Anna: Oh. Wait. The thermometer was in my hot cup of coffee.

Dr. Bennett: Please take it again, Anna.

Anna: Okay, the thermometer says 100.5 degrees.

Dr. Bennett: 100.5 degrees is not too high. I want you to drink lots of water. Rest in bed and get lots of sleep.

Anna: That is what my boss said to do. Um, Dr. Bennett, when can I go to work?

Dr. Bennett: Don’t go to work for a couple of days.

Anna: Yes! I mean, I don’t want to make my co-workers sick.

Dr. Bennett: That’s right. Call me back in a couple of days.

Anna: I will, Dr. Bennett. And thanks.

Anna: Well, you heard the doctor – no work for a couple of days. I need water, sleep and um … lots of movies! Well, the doctor didn’t say anything about movies. But it can’t hurt! Until next time!

Part 4: Watch the “I Can’t Come In” Video Lesson

Students! Have you ever been absent from school or work? Here’s today’s video lesson 27, “I Can’t Come In” that we encourage you to watch closely and review in order to improve your English comprehension and communication skills. Don’t forget to leave a comment in the comments section below about what you learned today.

Part 5 – Take the “I Can’t Come In” Lesson 27 Online Quiz

Click here: Take the “I Can’t Come In” Lesson 27 Online Quiz

8 thoughts on “Beginning English Video Lessons – Week 27 Of 52

  1. Hi. This is Wilber from Nicaragua.
    I got 5/5 in the I Can’t Come In Quiz
    Useful information.
    Thank you.

  2. Hello. I’m Daaijela.
    Very interesting lesson. I was injoying in learning.
    In the quiz my score was 5/5.
    Thank you very much Maestro Sersea.

  3. Hello Sir,
    I have practiced on the lesson watching videos and also listened audio along with reading text. It was really amazing lesson sir. I was also participated in the quiz and I got 100 % results. Thank you so much sir for this lesson. 🙏

  4. Hello!
    Today, I learned a lot from the learning video. I watched the movie about Anna was sick and she took absent from work. I have learned new vocabularies and conversations. I took the quiz and I got 5 out of 5. Thank you very much, Sir!

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