Welcome to Year 1, Week 35, Lesson 1.35.3. 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 13 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.

Hello English Learners. Sometimes we are in the middle of an emergency and we need to call for help. Today’s conversation topic is “Calling for Help”. Imagine you need to make an emergency call. What would you say ? What would others say? Here are a few suggestions:
— There’s a car accident you’ve just witnessed and it looks like people are hurt. You call 911 Emergency. What would you say on the phone? What would the emergency operator say to you?
— There’s a fire in your neighbor’s backyard and nobody seems to be home. You call 911 to let the Fire Department know. What would you say to the emergency operator? What would the emergency operator say to you?
— Your child has been feeling ill with high fever. You drive your child to the emergency room and go to the front desk. What would you say to the nurse? What would the nurse say to you?
Sometimes we’re the only ones others can count on for help. We need to be emotionally strong and speak clearly in English to help them. What would you say or do during an emergency?

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

  • Peter:   Hey! That car just ran a red light and hit that truck!
  • Gail:     Is anyone hurt?
  • Peter:   I don’t know … let’s call 911. … Hello? I’d like to report a car accident near the post office on Charles Street. It looks like a man is hurt. Yes, it just happened. OK, thanks. Bye.
  • Gail:     What did they say?
  • Peter:   They’re going to send an ambulance and a police car right away.
  • Gail:     Good, they’re here. I hope the man is OK.
  • Peter:   I know. You have to be so careful when you’re driving.

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.

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10 thoughts on “Lesson 1.35.3 – American English Lessons With Maestro Sersea”
  1. Hello,
    This is Albertine
    I learned how to call for help, and tried to improve my pronunciation when reading along with the videos several times.
    Thank you

  2. Hello. I’m Danijela.
    Very important lesson. It is important to know how to call for help.
    Thank you very much Maestro Sersea.

  3. Hello everyone
    Part 1
    – A CAR ACCIDENT
    911) Hello, this is 911. How can I help you?
    Me) Hello, I’m calling for report an accident.
    911) could you tell me where did it occur?
    Me) It just happened on the highway neat kilometer 54 heading to new york. It was very hard; someone is probably hurt.
    911) will send an ambulance and police car right now. Thanks for calling.
    Me) thank you. Bye

    Part 2 At the emergency room
    Me) Excuse me
    Nurse) Hello, sir. What can I do for you?
    Me) Hello, my name is Nelson. I just came to bring my child because of he is feeling bad; he’s got high temperature.
    Nurse) Please wait. The Doctor will see you soon. Do you have a medical insurance?

  4. ” call for helping ”
    ” An accident”
    Ibraheem : Is it 911?
    911 : It’s 911 , what service do you need. Ambulance , police or fire brigade.
    Ibraheem : Ambulance please, There is a terrible accident.
    911 : okay , where is your location ?
    Ibraheem it’s just across the school road. Please send an ambulance as soon as possible.
    911 : one ambulance is coming now , no worries
    Ali : thankyou ,
    911 :

  5. ” Call for fir brigade ”
    ( Parent are not at home Maria is watching TV and at the same time helping her younger brothers do their homework.)
    Ali : Done and tired!
    Maria : Good job ! What about you Ibrahim ?
    Ibrahim : I am also about to finish.
    Ali : I am hungry , Maria , can I have something to eat or drink ?
    Ibrahim : me too.
    Maria : Yes I can give both of you hot cholate milk.
    (As she enters the kitchen she smells of burning. She looks through the window and
    sees a terrible scene of blowing fire in the backdoor neighborhood. At the same moment she picks up the phone and dials the emergency control number.
    911 : It’s emergency control service , What service do you need ? ambulance, police or fir brigade.
    Maria : Fir brigade please, there is fire in my neighborhood.
    911 : Is there anyone in the house ?
    Maria : I know nothing, please send the ambulance as soon as possible.
    911 : calm down please ,you and your family should stay away from the fire.
    Maria : okay, The situation is very scary!
    911 : No need to worry , ambulance is on the way.
    Maria : thanks and bye.

  6. Hello:

    There’s a fire in your neighbor’s backyard and nobody seems to be home. You call 911 to let the Fire Department know. What would you say to the emergency operator? What would the emergency operator say to you?
    Me: Hello, smoke is coming out of my neighbor’s house and there is no one in her house, pleasure come quickly.
    Fire Department: Hello, where is it?
    Me: Oak street, one block after the catholic church of saint patrick, hurry up please.
    Fire Department: we are on the way, will be there soon.
    Me: ok. Thank you.

    Thank you Maestro Sersea

  7. Hello sir,
    Today I practiced with this Dialog call for help. This Dialog is very useful to say something in different situations. I have practiced it with listening and read out loud. Thank you so much sir for this lesson. 🙏

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