Speaking 3 – The Train Station

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A conversation between Lisa and someone about finding directions. Lisa wants to reach the train station and is asking someone on the street for help.

Lisa: Excuse me, where is the train station. Can you help me?
Stranger: Of course! Walk straight and then turn left at the traffic light.
Lisa: Straight and then left, got it. Is it far?
Stranger: No, it’s quite close. Just a five-minute walk.
Lisa: Great, thanks!
Stranger: After the sign, turn right.
Lisa: Turn right after the sign. Perfect. Thank you so much!
Stranger: You’re welcome! Have a safe trip!

And now, repeat these sentences aloud.

Excuse me
where is the train station.
Can you help me?
Of course!
Walk straight
then turn left
and then turn left at the traffic light.
Straight and then left.
Is it far?
No, it’s quite close.
Just a five-minute walk.
Turn right after the sign.
Have a safe trip!
Thank you so much.
You’re welcome!


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