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Ten Days in Manchester
An interactive intermediate business English course featuring Tony Marshall and May Hunter
 
Days:
 
Day 1
 Audio

Now you'll have a chance to hear Tony's first audio diary. In it he explains why he and May are in Manchester and what has been happening to them.

Luckily for Tony, he has had an easy day. As you listen to the first part of his diary, try to answer the questions. Afterwards, listen again and read the transcript.

Audio listen to the first part of Tony's audio diary

Transcript read the first part of Tony's audio diary

 

Good Day
Good Day
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DialogueDialogue
Word playWord play

Bad Day
Bad Day

Glossary see the glossary

Questions - part 1
1. Where are Tony and May?
A city centre a) London, England
b) Paris, France
c) Manchester, England
d) Rio, Brazil
 
2. Which company do they work for?
a) May Hunter
b) Comfort Tours
c) Ten Days
d) Tony Marshall
 
3. Why are they there?
a) They are attending a travel conference
b) They are going to a business meeting
c) They are buying some goods
d) Their boss is going to meet them there
 
How well did you do? Now, listen to the second part of Tony's diary and answer the questions below. Afterwards, listen again and read the transcript.

Audio listen to the second part of Tony's audio diary
Transcript read the second part of Tony's audio diary

 
Questions - part 2
4. What did they do on the first day?
a) They registered at the conference
b) They saw Manchester
c) They went to a disco
d) They checked into their hotel
 
5. What did they have to sign?
a) A cheque
b) A bill
c) A letter
d) a credit card voucher
 
6. What did they do in the evening?
Tony and May a) They went out to see the city
b) They went to sleep
c) They did some work
d) They went home
 
Did you answer all the questions? Now go to the dialogue page where you will hear a conversation featuring May and Tony.

Dialogue Go to the Dialogue page


 
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