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Beginning English - Lesson 2 - School
This page: Listen to and read a dialogue of two girls talking about a class schedule.
Pages in this lesson: Vocabulary - Grammar - Listening - Dialogue - Reading - Pronunciation - Dictation - Game


"Class Schedule"

Read the dialogue below.

Listen to the dialogue


A - How's your new schedule?

B - Great!

A - What's your first class in the morning?

B -  I have math with Mr. Anderson at 8:00.

A - What time do you have lunch?

B - At 12:00 noon.

A - Really?  Me too.  Do you have history class in the morning or the afternoon? 

B - In the afternoon, at 2:15.

A - Oh.  What about science?

B - I have science at 9:00.

A - What's your last class?

B - Art.  

A - Me too!  Great!  

B - Oh no.  That's the bell.  We're late!


Write the words in order to form sentences. 

1. last class What's your ?

2. Anderson have Mr. with math I 8:00 at .

3. schedule your new How's ?

4. the What's class in morning first your  ?

5. do lunch time What you have ?



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Beginning English - Lesson 2 - School
Vocabulary - Grammar - Listening - Dialogue - Reading - Pronunciation - Dictation - Game



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