Speaker 1:Everybody settle down! First of all, may I have your assignment, please? Thank you! Now let's pick up where we have just left off. In the previous lecture, talked about the Renaissance period…
Speaker 2: Good evening, Miss. How many are you? Three？OK. There is a table available near the window. Do you want to order right now? Here's the menu. May I recommend the chef's specialty: home-made onion soup and then to follow, Scottish Salmon garnished with the chef's own special dressing.
Speaker 3: Right，Mr. Baines. Now open up and wide. A bit wider. That's good. Now let's have a look. The filling needs redoing. Right bottom is chipped. Ah, there is a little piece of food trapped here. Yes, now you were complaining of a pain here on the upper left. Yes, we are going to take an X-ray.
Speaker 4: good morning ladies and gentlemen. On behalf of Captain Kirk and the crew, welcome to this British Airway flight to New York. In accordance with international regulations, the cabin staff will now demonstrate procedures
Speaker 5: good morning Madam. Did you realize that your car is parked on a double yellow line? This is no-parking area and you are disrupting the traffic. I'm afraid I'm going to have to give you a parking ticket.
Speaker 6: yes, the trousers are a bit tight, sir. Let me bring you a larger size to try on. Um, a 34 waist should do it. The jacket is a perfect fit, isn't it? The dark blue really suits you. I'll just go and check if we have a larger size in stock.
Speaker 7: just love that record! A golden oldie from the 60's by the “the kinks” that one was especially for Tony Lynn for his birthday from his friends at Manhattan. Hope you enjoyed that one. Tony, and you just have a wonderful birthday. OK, you're now on Easy Music 57.6 FM.
Speaker 8: Nearly there, sir. It was Long Road, wasn't it? Here we are, number 43, I'll just park behind the lorry. Right, that'll be 10.2 please.