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             50. RUSSIAN HUSBANDS NEVER GRUMBLE

Alan: A pleasant chap that Sergei. n’t you think so, Amy?

Amy: I’m pleased to hear that. Youvery critical about Debby’s friends as a rule.

Alan: And with good reason. n’t you remember that crazy actor from Chelsea? Or that bewildered painter from Paris?

Amy: Oh, yes, I remember them very well.

Alan: Now Sergei looks so sensible fellow. He seems to have a good sense of humor too.

Amy: Yes, I’m glad wegoing to have a nice lodger.

Alan: Ita very pleasant evening altogether.

Amy: Hmm, that Chinese restaurantreally very good.

Alan: But now it’s time to go to bed. It’s very late.

Amy: Oh no, Alan. Look, the tea thingsstill on the table. Let’s take them to the kitchen. And help me with the WASHING up.

Alan: n’t it rather late? Can’t we leave all these in the kitchen and wash up in the morning?

Amy: No, darling, you know I never do that. Besides, Sergeiis moving in tomorrow. I’m going busy.

Alan: But I’m tired, Amy. n’t you tired?

Amy: Of course, I. That’s why I want you to help me. Russian husbands always help at housework. And they never grumble.

Alan: Oh,that so?

Amy: Yes, Sergei says so.

Alan: Oh, I see. Mr Fyodorov says so. you she say so too?

LISTEN AND REPEAT

Alan: n’t you think Sergeia nice chap? - Amy: Yes, I .

Alan: n’t it a pleasant evening? - Amy: Yes, it.

Alan: n’t you glad to have such a good lodger? - Amy: Of course, I.

Amy: But menaredoing WASHING up. Please help me, Alan. – n’t it rather late? Can’t we leave it till tomorrow?

Alan:  n’t youtired, Amy? - Amy: Of course, I’m tired. That’s why I want you to help me?

 

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                      51. A MUSICAL EVENING

(Amy, Alan Debby and Sergeiarelistening to a piece of Scriabin’s record)

Debby: That’s a very good record! I’ve always enjoyed Scriabin’s mazurkas.

Sergei: Well, you’ve heard all my records now.

Amy: Thank you for PLAYING  them to us.

Sergei: I’m glad you’ve enjoyed them. Your record playerreally excellent, Amy.

Alan: you sometimes go to concerts, Sergei?

Sergei: Not very often. I like music, but I’m afraid I’m too busy.

Debby: There’s a good concert at the Royal Festival Hall on Saturday afternoon. Theyareplaying Hendel. What about GOING?

Sergei: The Royal Festival Hall? I’ve always wanted to see it.

Debby: I’ve oftento concerts there. It’s the most modern concert hall in England.

Alan: Oh yes, Sergei ought to see it.

Debby: Let’s all go to that concert on Saturday.

Alan: On Saturday? Well…I n’t know. I’m not sure I can go.

Debby: Why? You n’t work on Saturday afternoon surely.

Amy: Well, you see, Alannotvery fond of classical music. Healways preferred jazz.

Sergei: Oh,you going to a jazz concert on Saturday then, Alan?

Alan: No, not exactly. I’m going to a football match.

Debby: Oh well. We can go without Alan, can’t we?

LISTEN AND REPEAT

Debby:  I’ve always enjoyed Scriabin’s mazurkas.

Sergei: I’m glad you’ve enjoyed my records.

Alan: you sometimes go to concerts, Sergei?

Sergei: Not very often.

Debby: There’s a good concert at the Royal Festival Hall on Saturday.

Sergei: I’ve neverto the Royal Festival Hall. I’ve always wanted to see it.

Debby: Let’s all go together.

Amy: Well, Alannotvery fond of classical music. He always preferred jazz.

 

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                       52. SERGEI’S GRANDPARENTS

Alan: Oh, here youAmy. you had a pleasant evening? You know, aunt Gwenhere.

Aunt Gwen: Good evening, Amy.

Amy: Oh, good evening, aunt Gwen. I’m sorry, I’m back so late. I’ve  to The Old Flick with Betty and Sergei.

Alan: And whereSergei?

Amy: Heistaking Betty home.

Aunt Gwen: WhoSergei?

Amy: Oh,n’t youknow, auntie? He’s our new lodger, a young scientist from Russia.

Aunt Gwen: I see.

Amy: Tomorrow I’m going to help him with some SHOPPING and on Friday…

Aunt Gwen: n’t he taking up too much of your time, Amy?

Amy: But I like HELPING him. You see, he n’t got friends in London, except Debby and us.

Aunt Gwen: he got any relations in England?

Amy: No. None in England. He’s got a cousin in Paris. And he’s told me a lot about his family in Russia. His father works in a factory. And Sergeia research scientist in the same factory.

Aunt Gwen: And his mother?

Amy: She comes from the country.

Aunt Gwen: his wife got a job?

Amy: Yes, she’s a teacher.

Aunt Gwen: they got any children?

Amy: Yes, two, a son aged 5  and a daughter aged 3.

Aunt Gwen: he got any brothers and sisters?

Amy: He’s got a sister, a younger sister. She’s a medical student.

Aunt Gwen: Well, well, I see, you really know a lot about him. he got any aunts and uncles, any grandfathers and grandmothers living?

Amy: He n’t told me yet, you know. I must remember to ask him tomorrow.

ANSWER THE QUESTIONS

Sergei made friends in London?  -  Yes, he . Debby and the Greens.

he got any relations in England?  -  No, none in England.

he got any relations in other countries?  -  Yes, he. He’s got a cousin in Paris.

WhereSergei’s father work?  -  He works in a factory.

Whatwe know about Sergei’s mother?  -  She comes from the country.

Has Sergei any children?  - Yes, he’s got two.

he got any brothers and sisters?  -  He’s got a sister. 

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