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千万别学英语普及版1A

【ADSE普及版文本】Absolutely Don't Study English Junior Version

Tape 1 A Day in the Life of a Typical American Family with a Student
Tape 2 A Day in the Life of a Typical American Family with a Student

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Tape 1 A Day in the Life of a Typical American Family with a Student
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Situation 1 Waking Up

(It is Monday morning. Robert's Mom comes into his room and wakes him up.)

Robert's Mom (Mother): Robert, wake up. It's seven o'clock.

Robert (Son): Oh, Mom. Can't I sleep a little longer?

Robert's Mom (Mother): No, you have to catch the bus at seven forty-five.

Robert (Son): Okay, I'll get up.

Robert's Mom (Mother): That's a good boy. I'll get breakfast ready while you take a shower.

Robert (Son): Is anyone in the bathroom?

Robert's Mom (Mother): No, you can shower right now.

Robert (Son): Great! What's for breakfast?

Robert's Mom (Mother): I haven't decided yet. You just take your shower, brush your teeth and hair. And I'll take care of the food.

Robert (Son): All right. I'll come downstairs in fifteen minutes.

Robert's Mom (Mother): Ten minutes would be better.

Robert (Son): I'll hurry, but I can't promise.

Robert's Mom (Mother): But you might miss the bus if you wait too long.

Robert (Son): You are right, Mom. I'll be down in ten minutes.

Robert's Mom (Mother): That's a good boy. Hurry up!

Robert (Son): Hey, Mom. Can you make waffles for breakfast?

Robert's Mom (Mother): I can't promise. But if you hurry, I might make them.

Robert (Son): For waffles, I'll always hurry.

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Situation 2 Breakfast

(Coming downstairs and sitting at the table.)

Robert (Son): Mom, breakfast smells great. What is it?

Robert's Mom (Mother): It's waffles. Just like you wanted.

Robert (Son): Thanks, Mom. You're the best!

Robert's Mom (Mother): Yes, but only when I make what you want to eat.

Robert (Son): Mom, you know that's not true.

Robert's Mom (Mother): I know. I was only joking. I also made you some sausage and orange juice.

Robert (Son): Perfect! How did you know sausage and waffles were my favorite?

Robert's Mom (Mother): Robert, I'm your mother. I know everything about you.

Robert (Son): Not everything.

Robert's Mom (Mother): Oh, really? What don't I know?

Robert (Son): Well, you don't know I'm on the basketball team at school.

Robert's Mom (Mother): The what?

Robert (Son): The basketball team. I'm on the team and I'm playing forward.

Robert's Mom (Mother): Does you father know about this?

Robert (Son): No. And he doesn't have to know. If you don't tell him …

Robert's Mom (Mother): Robert, you know I have to tell him. He is your father.

Robert (Son): Yeah, but Mom, you know he won't understand.

Robert's Mom (Mother): Yes, he will. You just have to explain it to him.

Robert (Son): No, he won't. He just wants me to study. He doesn't like sports at all.

Robert's Mom (Mother): Yes, he does. He plays golf.

Robert (Son): Mom, golf is not a sport. It's a game for old people.

Robert's Mom (Mother): Be careful! I play golf too.

Robert (Son): I know. I just mean it's not sport like basketball.

Robert's Mom (Mother): Oh, here comes your father now. We'll tell him.

Robert (Son): Do you have to?

Robert's Mom (Mother): Yes.

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Situation 3 Talking to Dad

(Robert's Dad comes downstairs and joins Robert and his Mom at the table.)

Robert's Mom (Mother): Good morning, dear.

Robert (Son): Good morning, Dad.

Robert's Dad (Father): Good morning, you two. What were you just talking about?

Robert (Son): Nothing.

Robert's Mom (Mother): Robert, tell your father which you just told me!

Robert's Dad (Father): What's that, Robert?

Robert (Son): Well, it's really nothing. But I am play a little basketball after school these days.

Robert's Mom (Mother): Robert, it's more than just a little basketball.

Robert's Dad (Father): Which is it, a little or more?

Robert (Son): Dad, I am on the basketball team. Isn't that great?

Robert's Dad (Father): I'm not sure. You know how I feel about you playing sports and not studying.

Robert (Son): But I am studying, Dad. I promise.

Robert's Dad (Father): I still don't like the idea of you playing when you should be doing schoolwork.

Robert (Son): But I can do both. I can play sports and do my schoolwork.

Robert's Dad (Father): Are you sure?

Robert (Son): Yes.

Robert's Dad (Father): What do you think, dear?

Robert's Mom (Mother): I think we should give him a chance. If he can keep good grades in school while playing basketball, then we should let him play. But if his grades are bad, he will