1-“Talking About Objects and People”

Module 2, Unit 1

“Talking About Objects and People”

Base Sentences – (151-165)

151 What do you want?

151 คุณต้องการอะไร ?

152 I want a cup of coffee.

152 ฉันต้องการกาแฟหนึ่งถ้วย

153 What would you like to eat?

153 คุณต้องการกินอะไร ?

154 Please give me a piece of pie.

154 กรุณาให้พายแก่ฉัน

155 Which one would you like—this one or that one?

155 คุณต้องการอะไร – อันนี้ หรือ อันนั้น

156 It doesn’t matter to me.

156 มันไม่มีความสำคัญกับฉัน

157 I’d like to talk with Mr. Jones or Mr. Smith.

157 ฉันต้องการคุยกับคุณจอห์นหรือคุณสมิด์

158 I’m sorry, but both of them are busy right now.

158 ฉันขอโทษแต่ตอนนี้ทั้งสองคนกำลังยุ่ง

159 Would you like some coffee?

159 คุณต้องการกาแฟใช่ไหม

160 I’d rather have some tea, if you don’t mind.

160 ถ้าคุณไม่รังเกียจ, ฉันต้องการชาดีกว่า

161 Do you know any of those people?

161 คณรู้จักคนพวกนั้นไหม ?

162 Two or three of them look familiar.

162 สองหรือสามคนดูเป็นคุ้นเคย

163 All of those people are friends of mine.

163 คนทั้งหมดเป็นเพื่อนของฉัน

164 Which one of those men is Mr. Taylor?

164 คนไหนคือคุณ Taylor?

165 Is he the tall man on the left?

165 เขาคือผู้ชายสูงข้างซ้ายไหม ?

Questions and Answers

(1) JOHN: What do you want? FRED: I want a cup of coffee.

(2) BILL: What would you like to eat John?

      JOHN: Please give me a piece of pie.

(3) MR. JONES: Wouldn’t you like some coffee?

       MR. SMITH: I’d rather have some tea, if you don’t mind.

(4) HARRY: Hello, Jack. What would you like to eat?

       JACK: Please give me a piece of pie.

(5) HARRY: Which one would you like–this one or that one?

       JACK: It doesn’t matter to me.

(6) ALICE: I’d like to talk with Mr. Jones or Mr. Smith.

       BILL: I’m sorry, but both of them are busy right now.

(7) HELEN: Do you know any of those people over there?

       MARTHA: Several of them look familiar.

(8) PAUL: Do you know any of these people?

       PETER: All of those people are friends of mine.

(9) BETTY: Which one of those men is Mr. Jones?

        JIM: I really don’t know.

(10) BETTY: Is Mr. Taylor the tall man on the left?

         HELEN: Yes he is. That’s Mr. Taylor on the left.

(11) JOHN: Would you like some tea now?

         BILL: If you don’t mind, I’d rather have some coffee.

(12) ED: Is Mr. Jones busy right now?

         MARGARET: Yes, he is. Both Mr. Jones and Mr. Smith are busy now.

(13) ALICE: What would you like to eat?

         HELEN: I don’t know. It doesn’t matter to me.

(14) JIM: Do you know those two men over there?

         BETTY: Both of them look familiar.

(15) BILL: Which book would you like–this one or that one?

         HENRY: I’d rather have that one over there.

Word/Phrase Substitution Drills

1a What do you want, Bill? Please tell me.

1b What do you want, Mr. Jones? Please tell me.

1c What do you want, Jane? Please tell me.

2a I want a cup of coffee. What do you want?

2b I want a cup of tea. What do you want?

2c I want a cup of chocolate. What do you want?

3a I don’t want a cup of coffee. I want a glass of tea.

3b I don’t want a cup of coffee. I want a glass of milk.

3c I don’t want a cup of coffee. I want a glass of lemonade.

3d I don’t want a cup of coffee. I want a glass of water.

4a What does your friend want, Bill? Please tell me.

4b What does Mr. Jones want, Bill? Please tell me.

4c What does Helen want, Bill? Please tell me.

4d What does your brother want, Bill? Please tell me.

4e What does the gentleman want, Bill? Please tell me.

5a Excuse me. What would you like to eat ?

5b Excuse me. What would you like to drink ?

6a What about your friend? What would he like to eat?

6b What about your brother? What would he like to eat?

6c What about Mr. Smith? What would he like to eat?

6d What about Jack? What would he like to eat?

7a Please give me a piece of pie . That’s what I’d like to eat.

7b Please give me a piece ofcake . That’s what I’d like to eat.

7c Please give me some pie . That’s what I’d like to eat.

7d Please give me somecake . That’s what I’d like to eat.

7e Please give me some moreice cream . That’s what I’d like to eat.

8a Which one would you like—this one or that one?

8b Which book would you like—this one or that one?

8c Which pencil would you like—this one or that one?

8d Which radio would you like—this one or that one?

8e Which cup would you like—this one or that one?

8f Which piece would you like—this one or that one?

9a It doesn’t matter to me . Either one is fine.

9b It doesn’t matter to him . Either one is fine.

9c It doesn’t matter to her . Either one is fine.

9d It doesn’t matter to us . Either one is fine.

9e It doesn’t matter to them . Either one is fine.

9f It doesn’t matter to Helen . Either one is fine.

9g It doesn’t matter to anyone . Either one is fine.

10a All of those people are friends of mine. Do you know them?

10b Some of those people are friends of mine. Do you know them?

10c A few of those people are friends of mine. Do you know them?

10d Several of those people are friends of mine. Do you know them?

10e Two or three of those people are friends of mine. Do you know them?

10f None of those people are friends of mine. Do you know them?

11a I think I know those people. Two or three of them look familiar.

11b I think I know those people. Some of them look familiar.

11c I think I know those people. Several of them look familiar.

11d I think I know those people. A few of them look familiar.

11e I think I know those people. A couple of them look familiar.

11f I think I know those people. Most of them look familiar.

11g I think I know those people. Many of them look familiar.

12a Which one of those men is Mr. Taylor? Do you know?

12b Which one of those gentlemen is Mr. Taylor? Do you know?

13a Is that Mr. Taylor? Is he the tall man on the left?

13b Is that Mr. Taylor? Is he the short man on the left?

13c Is that Mr. Taylor? Is he the thin man on the left?

13d Is that Mr. Taylor? Is he the fat man on the left?

13e Is that Mr. Taylor? Is he the young man on the left?

13f Is that Mr. Taylor? Is he the old man on the left?

14a I don’t know the man on the left. Is that Mr. Taylor?

14b I don’t know the man on the right. Is that Mr. Taylor?

14c I don’t know the man in the middle. Is that Mr. Taylor?

15a Would you like to talk with Mr. Jones or Mr. Smith?

15b Would he like to talk with Mr. Jones or Mr. Smith?

15c Would she like to talk with Mr. Jones or Mr. Smith?

15d Would they like to talk with Mr. Jones or Mr. Smith?

16a We don’t know which one of those men is Mr. Taylor.

16b I don’t know which one of those men is Mr. Taylor.

16c She doesn’t know which one of those men is Mr. Taylor.

16d He doesn’t know which one of those men is Mr. Taylor.

17a If they don’t mind, I’d like to talk to Mr. Taylor.

17b If you don’t mind, I’d like to talk to Mr. Taylor.

17c If she doesn’t mind, I’d like to talk to Mr. Taylor.

17d If he doesn’t mind, I’d like to talk to Mr. Taylor.

17e If Helen doesn’t mind, I’d like to talk to Mr. Taylor.

18a Is the tall man Mr. Taylor? I’d like to talk to him.

18b Is the tall man Mr. Taylor? He’d like to talk to him.

18c Is the tall man Mr. Taylor? She’d like to talk to him.

18d Is the tall man Mr. Taylor? We’d like to talk to him.

18e Is the tall man Mr. Taylor? They’d like to talk to him.

18f Is the tall man Mr. Taylor? Helen would like to talk to him.

18g Is the tall man Mr. Taylor? Everyone would like to talk to him.

19a Would you rather have coffee or tea ?

I’d rather have some tea, if you don’t mind.

19b Would you rather have pie or cake ?

I’d rather have some cake, if you don’t mind.

19c Would you rather have cocoa or milk ?

I’d rather have some milk, if you don’t mind.

19d Would you rather have lemonade or water ?

I’d rather have some water, if you don’t mind.

20a Jane would rather not have coffee. Do you have some tea?

20b I’d rather not   have coffee. Do you have some tea?

20c He’d rather not have coffee. Do you have some tea?

20d They’d rather not have coffee. Do you have some tea?

Conversation

(1) BILL: What do you want John? John: Oh, I don’t know. What do you want, Bill? BILL: I want a cup of coffee and a piece of pie. JOHN: I don’t want coffee. I’d rather have some tea. BILL: What would you like to eat? JOHN: Maybe they have some cake. I’d like to have a piece of cake. BILL: Fine. Do you want a glass of water? JOHN: No, I don’t. I just want a cup of tea.

(2)  HELEN: Good morning. MISS SMITH: Good morning. Come in, please. HELEN: Thank you. Is Mr. Harrison here? MISS SMITH: I’m sorry. Mr. Harrison is busy right now. HELEN: I’m Helen Jones. And this is Martha. MARTHA: How do you do? We’d like to talk with Mr. Harrison. MISS SMITH: How do you do? Mr. Harrison is busy. Do you know Mr. Cooper? HELEN: No, we don’t. Is Mr. Cooper busy now? MISS SMITH: No, he isn’t. Would you like to see Mr. Cooper? MARTHA: Yes, we would. If Mr. Harrison is busy, we’d like to talk with Mr. Cooper.

(3) FRED: Do you know any of those people over there? MARGARET: Two or three of them look familiar. FRED: Isn’t that Mr. Taylor? MARGARET: Yes, it is. The tall man of the left is Mr. Taylor. FRED: Who is the short man on the right? MARGARET: I don’t know. Possibly he’s Mr. Harrison.

(4) PAUL: All of these books and pencils are mine. EDWARD: Where are my books? Where are my pencils? PAUL: I really don’t know. Are those yours over there? EDWARD: No, I don’t think so. I have three red books and a green one. PAUL: I don’t know where your books are. EDWARD: If you don’t mind, I’d like to read one of your books. PAUL: Fine. Which one would you like to read? EDWARD: Is that blue book about geography? PAUL: No, it isn’t. This blue book is about engineering. EDWARD: I don’t know anything about engineering. PAUL: Would you like this red book on history? EDWARD: I’d rather have that green book on geography. PAUL: I’m sorry. That book doesn’t belong to me. EDWARD: It doesn’t matter. Give me the yellow book.

5.  HARRY: Who are those gentlemen over there? Do you know? JIM: Two or three of them look familiar. HARRY: Who is that tall, thin man on the left? JIM: I don’t know who that is. Maybe it’s Mr. Taylor. HARRY: Maybe it is. I don’t know Mr. Taylor. JIM: I don’t know either. Maybe that’s Mr. Taylor on the right. HARRY: The man on the right is short and fat. JIM: Is Mr. Taylor tall or short? Do you know? HARRY: I really don’t know. Maybe Mr. Taylor is short. JIM: If he’s short, that must be Mr. Taylor on the right. HARRY: Yes, but maybe Mr. Taylor is a tall man. JIM: If he’s tall, the man on the left must be Mr. Taylor.

6. BETTY: Are those your books, Alice? ALICE: Some of these books are mine, and some are Martha’s BETTY: Which ones are Martha’s books? ALICE: Let’s see. This yellow book is Martha’s. BETTY: How many books does Martha have? ALICE: She has four books. This book is hers. That one is, too. BETTY: Two or three of those books look familiar. ALICE: Maybe these books are yours and not Martha’s.

Reading Practice

Bill Jones

My name is Bill Jones and I am a student. Actually, my first name is William. “Bill” is short for William. ชื่อของฉันคือบิลโจนส์และฉันเป็นนักเรียน ที่จริงแล้วชื่อแรกของฉันคือวิลเลียม “บิล” สั้นสำหรับวิลเลียม

I was born in a little country town not far from here. I was born on June 17, 1941. I have two sisters and two brothers. ผมเกิดในเมืองของประเทศเล็ก ๆ น้อย ๆ อยู่ไม่ไกลจากที่นี่ ผมเกิดเมื่อวันที่ 17 มิถุนายน 1941 ฉันมีพี่สาวสองคนและพี่ชายสองคน

My father’s name is George and my mother’s name is Marilyn. I have many friends in this city. ชื่อพ่อของฉันเป็นจอร์จและชื่อแม่ของฉันเป็นมาริลีน ผมมีเพื่อนหลายคนในเมืองนี้

Last year I was in the hospital during the month of July. I was in the hospital for twenty-two days. ปีที่แล้วผมอยู่ในโรงพยาบาลในช่วงเดือนกรกฎาคม ผมอยู่ในโรงพยาบาลเป็นวันที่ยี่สิบสอง

My friend, John, was in the hospital for two weeks last year. He was in the hospital during the month of March. เพื่อนจอห์นที่ฉันอยู่ในโรงพยาบาลเป็นเวลาสองสัปดาห์ปีที่ผ่านมา เขาเป็นคนที่อยู่ในโรงพยาบาลในช่วงเดือนมีนาคม

My friend, John, has a good radio and a phonograph. He has many phonograph records. He doesn’t have a television set, but I have one. My television set is a small one, but it’s a very good one. เพื่อนจอห์นที่ฉันมีวิทยุที่ดีและหีบเสียง เขามีแผ่นเสียงหลาย เขาไม่ได้มีชุดโทรทัศน์ แต่ฉันมีหนึ่ง โทรทัศน์ชุดของฉันจะเป็นตัวเล็ก แต่ก็เป็นหนึ่งที่ดีมาก

During the week I get up before seven o’clock and I study all day. I study engineering. On Saturdays and Sundays I don’t get up early. ในช่วงสัปดาห์ที่ฉันได้รับขึ้นก่อนที่ 7:00 และฉันเรียนทุกวัน ผมเรียนวิศวกรรม ในวันเสาร์และวันอาทิตย์ผมไม่ได้รับการขึ้นต้น

Questions

1. What is my name and what am I?

Your name is Bill Jones and you’re a student.

2. Actually, what is my first name? What’s “Bill” short for?  “Bill” is short for “William”.

3. Where was I born? When was I born?  You were born in a little country town not far from here.  You were born on June 17, 1941.

4. How many sisters and brothers do I have?  You have two sisters and two brothers.

5. What’s my father’s name? What’s my mother’s name?

6. How many friends do I have here? Do you know?

7. Where was I during the month of July last year?

8. How many days was I there?

9. When was my friend John in the hospital?

10. Does my friend have a radio and a phonograph?

11. How many records does he have? Do you know?

12. Does he have a television set? Do I have one?

13. Is my television set a good one?

14. What time do I get up during the week?

15. What do I do all day?

16. Do I get up early on Saturdays and Sundays?

Word List

a couple of (สำนวน) สอง

I think I know those people. A couple of them look familiar.

a few of (สำนวน) สองสาม

A few of those people are friends of mine.

all of (สำนวน) ทั้งหมด All of those people are friends of mine.

any of (สำนวน) บ้าง, ใดๆ Do you know any of those people?

anyone ใครก็ตาม (GSL-730) It doesn’t matter to anyone.

both of (สำนวน) ทั้งสอง, ทั้งคู่ I’m sorry, but both of them are busy right now.

busy ไม่ว่าง (GSL-1179) I’m sorry, but both of them are busy right now.

cake ขนมเค้ก (GSL-1942) Please give me a piece of cake.

cocoa โกโก้ I want a cup of cocoa.

coffee กาแฟ (GSL-1116) I want a cup of coffee.

cup ถ้วย (GSL-1265) I want a cup of coffee.

either ด้วย (GSL-395) It doesn’t matter to me. Either one is fine.

everybody ทุก ๆ คน (GSL-1124) Is the tall man Mr. Taylor? Everybody would like to talk to him.

everyone ทุก ๆ คน (GSL-985) Is the tall man Mr. Taylor? Everyone would like to talk to him.

familiar รู้จัก (GSL-979) Two or three of them look familiar.

fat อ้วน (GSL-1025) Is that Mr. Taylor? Is he the fat man on the left?

gentleman บุรุษสุภาพ (GSL-1434) What does the gentleman want, Bill?

gentlemen บุรุษสุภาพ Which one of those gentlemen is Mr. Taylor?

glass แก้ว (GSL-804) I don’t want a cup of coffee. I want a glass of tea.

grammar ไวยากรณ์ (GSL-2227) I have a lot of trouble with grammar?

he’d (contraction of he would) Is the tall man Mr. Taylor? He’d like to talk to him.

ice cream ไอศกรีม Please give me some ice cream.

I’d (contraction of I would) I’d like to talk with Mr. Jones or Mr. Smith.

If ถ้า (GSL-41) I’d rather have some tea, if you don’t mind.

left ข้างซ้าย (GSL-759) Is he the tall man on the left?

lemonade  I don’t want a cup of coffee. I want a glass of lemonade.

look ดู (GSL-87) Two or three of them look familiar.

many of  Many of them look familiar.

middle กลาง (GSL-850) I don’t know the man in the middle.

milk น้ำนม (GSL-1383) I don’t want a cup of coffee. I want a glass of milk.

more อีก (GSL-40) Please give me some more ice cream.

most of  Most of them look familiar.

none of  None of those people are friends of mine.

pie  Please give me a piece of pie.

piece ชิ้น (GSL-501) Please give me a piece of pie.

right (สำนวน) ตรง (GSL-133) I’m sorry, but both of them are busy right now.

several of  Several of them look familiar.

she’d (contraction of she would)  Is the tall man Mr. Taylor? She’d like to talk to him.

short เตี้ย (GSL-436) Is that Mr. Taylor? Is he the short man on the left?

some of () Some of these books are mine, and some are Martha’s

tall สูง (GSL-1274) Is he the tall man on the left?

tea น้ำชา (GSL-1739) I’d rather have some tea if you don’t mind.

they’d (contraction of they would) Is the tall man Mr. Taylor? They’d like to talk to him.

thin ผอม (GSL-937) Is that Mr. Taylor? Is he the thin man on the left?

water น้ำ (GSL-208) I don’t want a cup of coffee. I want a glass of water.

we’d (contraction of we would) Is the tall man Mr. Taylor? We’d like to talk to him.

which อันไหน (GSL-29) Which one would you like?

with กับ (GSL-15) I’d like to talk with Mr. Jones or Mr. Smith.

VERB FORMS

drink    would like to

eat               (‘d like to)

give      would rather

like             (‘d rather)

want    would rather not

would        (‘d rather not)

EXPRESSIONS:

If you don’t mind

I’m sorry

It doesn’t matter

right now

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