LEVEL A2: THE BARBECUE
THERE IS AN OPTION FOR YOU TO TRANSLATE ALL THE TEXT
IN YOUR LANGUAGE (Top right > Select language > Click on the flags).
- Are there any beers left?
- There are two left.
- We’ll have to buy some more.
- There aren’t any…
- Burger buns
- We should pick some more up.
- To ask the girls
- If they want anything else…
- We are going to the shops.
- To run out of beer
- Do you want anything?
- A moment’s pause
- I think that we are okay.
- Tomato ketchup
- Could you pick some up?
- There is plenty.
- Is there going to be…
- Any chance…?
- To make it to the baker’s
- Before it closes.
- I prefer the…
- We’d better leave now.
- To get there in time
- Thinking about it
- On the way
- I’m sure one of them…
- To be open
LESSON 19 DIALOGUE
– The Barbecue –
Lesson 19 – The Barbecue
David: Are there any beers left?
Jeff: There are two beers left. We’ll have to buy some more.
David: There aren’t any burger buns left either. We should pick some more up.
Jeff: Ask the girls if they want anything else.
David: Karen… Polly. Jeff and I are going to the shops. There aren’t any burger buns left and we are running out of beer. Do you want anything?
(A moment’s pause…)
Polly: I think that we are okay. Oh no, There isn’t any tomato ketchup left. Could you pick some more up?
David: Tomato ketchup, okay! Is there any mayonnaise?
Polly: Yes, there is plenty of mayonnaise.
Jeff: Is there going to be any chance we can make it to the baker’s before it closes?
David: Maybe. They do sell burger buns at the supermarket.
Jeff: I know but I prefer the ones from the baker’s.
David: Well we’d better leave now if we want to get there in time. In fact, thinking about it, there are two baker shops on the way.
Jeff: Great, I’m sure one of them will be open…
David: Chris’ Cobs Bakery is the best. Come on, let’s go!
COMPREHENSION QUIZZES (3 to complete)
Interactive Video Comprehension Quiz 1:
Summary Statements Comprehension Quiz 2:
Drag and Drop Quiz 3:
GRAMMAR PRACTICE: THERE IS/ THERE ARE
We use there is and there are to express that something exists. There is is used when we talk about things in singular. There are is used when we talk about more than one thing.
The singular form it can be contracted:
- Related Pronunciation Video Lesson and interactive exercise(s): /j/ Consonant sound