Lesson 1.25.3 – American English Lessons With Maestro Sersea

Welcome to Year 1, Week 25, Lesson 1.25.3. Today we will work on your English listening, conversation and reading skills. We begin with a dialogue-related Conversation Topic for English Learners to help with listening and reading comprehension. Then, we continue with Dialogue 3 from our English course, American English Conversations 3. Designed for beginners, each dialogue helps English Learners improve their comprehension and communication skills. You’re encouraged to read along and pronounce together with the video below. Once you finish, don’t forget to share what you’ve learned via the comments section below.

Part 1: Directions: Watch the video, read the text below, then translate the text in your primary language and read it again.

Greetings, English Learners. During Formal Introductions, we normally introduce whoever we are together with, with the persons we meet and discuss with. This way, all the people feel welcome and connected to our discussion, and no one feels left out.

Imagine you’re at a party with your father, and you meet the mayor of your city. How would you introduce your father to the mayor? How would you introduce the mayor to your father?

Imagine you’re at a university with your sister and you meet your English professor. How would you introduce your sister to your professor? How would you introduce your professor to your sister?

Imagine you bring your parents to your job for the first time and you meet your boss. How would you introduce your parents to your boss? How would you introduce your boss to your parents?

It is of key importance that we introduce our companions with people we meet and discuss with. It is the polite thing to do.

PART 2 — DIRECTIONS: Read the dialogue below in English, then translate it and read it in your primary language.

Dialogue 3 — Formal Introductions

  • Margaret:      Mr. Wilson, I’d like you to meet Dr. Edward Smith.
  • Mr. Wilson:   It’s nice to meet you, Dr. Smith.
  • Dr. Smith:      Pleasure to meet you too.
  • Margaret:      Dr. Smith is an economist. He just finished writing a book on international trade.
  • Mr. Wilson:   Oh? That’s my field, too. I work for the United Nations.
  • Dr. Smith:      In the Development Program, by any chance?
  • Mr. Wilson:   Yes. How did you guess?
  • Dr. Smith:  I’ve read your articles on technical assistance. They’re excellent.

PART 3 — DIRECTIONS: Watch, read-along, and pronounce with the video below a minimum of 2-3 times. After you finish, let us know what you learned via the comments section below.

4 thoughts on “Lesson 1.25.3 – American English Lessons With Maestro Sersea”

  1. Hello,
    This is Albertine.
    I tried to read the dialogues as many times as I can, in order to improve my comprehension and communication skills. It is really helpful.
    Thank you

  2. Me) good evening , Sir. Lete me introducr my father, Rudolf Barragán.
    Mayor) It’s nice to meet you, Mr Barragán.
    Father) Very nice to meet you too.
    Me) My Father is an statistical Professor at the local university.
    Mayor) oh! A very important profession. I’m a lawer but right now I’m serving as Mayor.
    Yes, it’s a very complex work.
    Mayor) Yes, certainly it is. Well, I have to go. Have a good night.
    Father) Good bye.

  3. lesson 1.25.3
    dialogue ” introduce father to mayor ”
    Humera: Sir I would like to meet you my father Mr. Maqbool.
    Mayor: It’s good to meet you Mr. Maqbool .
    Humera: Sir my father is an educationist and still working with examination board.
    Mayor: That’s very good , Sir why don’t you join our community schools and share your valuable experience with our teachers.
    Mr. Maqbool : I would love to do that.
    Mayor : Let’s arrange a meeting for this purpose.
    Humera : okay Sir, I will contact your office boy and will fix a meeting .
    Mayor : okay bye , see you soon.
    Humera: bye .
    Mr. Maqbool : bye.

  4. Hello,

    The lesson is always helpful. This one helps me to gather many vocabularies, words, expressions and pronunciation ” excellent” between patient and his Dr. Thank you very much.

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