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Englisch an Stationen 10
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Materialaufstellung und Hinweise zu den
­einzelnen Stationen
Vocabulary
Die Seiten 9 bis 23 sind in entsprechender Anzahl zu kopieren und den Schülern bereitzulegen.
Als Möglichkeit zur Selbstkontrolle können Lösungsseiten erstellt werden. Manchmal sind offene
Aufgaben mit individuellen Lösungen vorhanden, die im Plenum b
­ esprochen werden sollten.
Station 10
Station 11
Station 12
S. 21
Station 13
S. 22
S. 23
Station 14
Station 15
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On a construction site: Ein Stift und die Audio-CD (Track 1) werden benötigt.
A house: Ein Stift wird benötigt.
Home repairs: Ein Stift wird benötigt.
At a factory: Ein Stift und die Audio-CD (Track 2) werden benötigt.
Safety signs: Ein Stift wird benötigt.
Household items: Ein Stift und die Audio-CD (Track 3) werden benötigt.
A hotel reservation: Ein Stift und ein Wörterbuch (Deutsch-Englisch) werden benötigt.
British pub signs: Ein Stift wird benötigt.
Herbs and spices: Ein Stift, ein Wörterbuch (Englisch-Deutsch) und die Audio-CD
(Track 4) werden benötigt.
Meat and vegetables: Ein Stift und ein Wörterbuch (Englisch-Deutsch) werden benötigt.
A place setting: Ein Stift wird benötigt (Partnerarbeit).
At a fish restaurant: Ein Stift, ein Heft und ein Wörterbuch (Englisch-Deutsch) ­werden
benötigt.
A dental practice: Ein Stift und ein Wörterbuch (Englisch-Deutsch) werden benötigt
(Partnerarbeit).
A home office: Ein Stift wird benötigt.
The human body: Ein Stift und ein Wörterbuch (Englisch-Deutsch) werden benötigt.
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Station 2
Station 3
Station 4
Station 5
Station 6
Station 7
Station 8
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S. 11
S. 12
S. 13
S. 14
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Station 1
Station 2
Station 3 Station 4
Station 5
Station 6
Station 7
Station 8
Station 9 Station 10
Station 11
Station 12
Station 13
Station 14
Station 15
Station 16
Station 17
Basic grammatical terms: Ein Stift wird benötigt.
Nouns: Ein Stift wird benötigt.
Nouns and articles: Ein Stift und die Audio-CD (Track 5) werden benötigt.
Plural nouns: Ein Stift und ein Wörterbuch (Englisch-Deutsch) werden benötigt.
Conjunctions: Ein Marker wird benötigt.
Prepositions 1: Ein Stift wird benötigt.
Prepositions 2: Ein Stift wird benötigt.
Prepositions 3: Ein Stift wird benötigt.
Test yourself: Prepositions: Ein Stift wird benötigt.
Relative pronouns 1: Ein Stift und ein Marker werden benötigt.
Relative pronouns 2: Ein Stift wird benötigt.
Relative clauses 1: Ein Stift wird benötigt.
Relative clauses 2: Ein Stift wird benötigt.
The infinitive: Ein Stift wird benötigt.
The past tenses 1: Ein Stift und ein Marker werden benötigt.
The past tenses 2: Ein Stift wird benötigt.
Test yourself: Mixed past tenses: Ein Stift wird benötigt.
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S. 26
S. 27
S. 28
S. 29
S. 30
S. 31
S. 32
S. 33
S. 34
S. 35
S. 36
S. 37
S. 38
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Die Seiten 24 bis 40 sind in entsprechender Anzahl zu kopieren und den Schülern bereitzulegen.
Als Möglichkeit zur Selbstkontrolle können Lösungsseiten erstellt werden. Manchmal sind offene
Aufgaben mit individuellen Lösungen vorhanden, die im Plenum besprochen werden sollten.
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Name:
Station 1
On a construction site
Task 1
The following signs are from a British construction site. Write equivalent signs for a construction site
in Germany.
Vocabulary
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“Track 1”
Listen to the audio-CD and label the site plan below.
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Name:
Station 2
Vocabulary
A house
Task
Label the exterior and interior views of a house with words from the box below.
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basement / c ellar
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Name:
Station 3
Home repairs
Instructions for working with plaster
Task 1
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"" Store plaster in dry conditions and for no longer than two months. Do not pile more than ten
sacks on top of one another.
"" Always add plaster to water and not the other way around. If water is added to plaster, the mix
will not be smooth.
"" After you mix plaster and water together, the mix starts to harden quickly. Plaster must be
mixed in small quantities that can be used quickly.
"" If the air is warm, plaster dries faster. Apply plaster quickly in warm conditions.
"" Clean the tools used to work with plaster after using them. Dirty tools will damage the quality
of the plaster.
Vocabulary
Find the English verbs in the instructions which correspond the the German verbs below.
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4. verbrauchen 10. beschädigen Complete the following sentences with either have to or mustn’t.
You 1 store plaster in dry conditions. You 2 store it for
more than two months. You 3 pile more than ten sacks of plaster on top of one
another. You 4 add plaster to water. You 5 add water to
plaster. You 6 mix plaster in large quantities. You 7 use
the plaster quickly. You 8 use the plaster even more quickly when it is warm.
You 9 use clean tools when you mix plaster.
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Name:
Station 4
Vocabulary
At a factory
Task 1
The following signs are from a U.S. factory. Write equivalent signs for a factory in Germany.
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Name:
Station 5
Safety signs
Vocabulary
Task
Complete the explanations of the safety signs with the words in the box below.
extinguisher
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  5. Always wear a safety . (AE = hard )
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  9. Flammable materials! No matches or lighters. Avoid naked .
10. No admittance for persons.
11. Danger! materials.
12. Danger! substances.
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Name:
Station 6
Vocabulary
Household items
Task 1
“Track 3”
Listen to the audio-CD and fill in the English names for the following household items.
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Name:
Station 7
A hotel reservation
Vocabulary
Task 1
Use a German-English dictionary and translate these words into English.
1. Auschecken 6. endgültig festlegen 2. bestätigen 7. pro 3. Bestätigung 8. Übernachtungen 4. Einchecken 9. Verfügbarkeit ns
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We are pleased to 2 a provisional reservation at our
5 day 6 breakfast.
"" 7 on 16th of March no later than 10:00 a.m.
In order to 8 your reservation we will require the name of your credit
card company, your credit card number and its 9.
Please rest assured that our online payment process is completely secure. Without this
information, we cannot guarantee the 10 of a room for
the required period of time.
Best wishes
Barbican Hotel
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Name:
Station 8
British pub signs
Task
These pub signs show different jobs. What are the jobs in German?
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Name:
Station 9
Task 1
Herbs and spices
“Track 4”
Listen to the list of twelve herbs and spices on the audio-CD. Now listen again and write down their
English names. If you missed something, listen again.
Vocabulary
English names German names Herb / Spice?
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1. Task 2
Use an English-German dictionary and find the German names for these herbs and spices.
Task 3
Read the following definitions and then decide whether the twelve items above are herbs (H) or spices (S).
There are six of each.
Herbs are usually defined as the green leaves of a plant and they can be used either fresh or dried.
Spices are usually either in the form of a dry powder made from some part of a plant other than
the leaves (i.e. stem, bark, root, flower, seed, etc.) or are the dried seeds or berries of a plant.
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Name:
Station 10
Vocabulary
Meat and vegetables
Task
Use an English-German dictionary and find the German names of the following food products.
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5. cabbage 6. carrot 7. chicken A
8. duck 10. garlic 14. lettuce 15. liver 16. onion 17. parsnip 18. pork 19. potato 20. turkey 21. veal 22. venison us
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Name:
Station 11
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Work with a partner. Look at the terms 1-16 in the box below. Identify the things on the table and write
the correct number from the box next to each item.
Vocabulary
A place setting
6. plate
7. salt and pepper
set
8. serviette / napkin
9. saucer
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soup spoon
sugar bowl
teacup
teaspoon
vase
15. water glass
16. wine glass
Task 2
What food products would you put in the following five containers? Give at least two examples for
each.
basket:
bowl:
jug:
pot:
jar:
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Name:
Station 12
Vocabulary
At a fish restaurant
Task 1
Use an English-German dictionary an fill in the crossword puzzle with the German translations.
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5. brown trout
7. salmon
8. sole
11. cod
12. crab
15. cockle
Down
1. plaice
2. prawn
3. carp
4. rainbow trout
6. haddock
9. mussel
10. perch
13. herring
14. lobster
Task 2
Now sort the items into the following three categories. Use your exercise book.
Freshwater Fish Saltwater Fish Shellfish (Schalentier)
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Name:
Station 13
A dental practice
Task 1
Work with a partner. Use an English-German dictionary and find the German equivalents of the ­English
terms in the following word field.
waiting room
reception
treatment room
receptionist
drill
dental chair
DENTAL PRACTICE
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dentist
Vocabulary
Task 2
Work with a partner and find further terms in English and German which you think should belong to
this word field.
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Name:
Station 14
A home office
Task 1
Match the English terms in the clues with the illustrations.
Across
3. glue
4. pocket file
5. scissors
7. filing cabinet
9. stapler
10. inkpad
13. cash box
14. memo pad
15. paper clip
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Fill in the German equivalents of the English terms in the clues.
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1. shipping label
2. label printer
3. hole punch
6. letter scale
8. notepad
11. envelope
12. calendar
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Name:
Station 15
The human body
Task 1
Fill in the German equivalents of the following body parts in English. Look up any words you don’t
know in an English-German dictionary.
Vocabulary
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Solutions: Vocabulary
Station 1: On a construction side
page 9
Task 1:
Individual solutions.
Task 2
1. site office
2. accommodation hut
3. toilets
4. cement mixing area
5. brick store
Station 2: A house
page 10
Task
4. side wall
5. garage
6. front door
7. window
8. balcony
9. conservatory
Interior view:
1. wall
2. floor
3. ceiling
4. stairs
5. attic / loft
6. first floor
7. ground floor
8. door
9. basement / cellar
10. garden
11. doorstep
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1. chimney
2. roof
3. façade
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Station 3: Home repairs
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5. dry
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4. have to
5. mustn’t
6. mustn’t
10. damage
11. apply
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1. have to
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7. harden
8. add
9. clean
Station 4: At a factory
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Task 1
Individual solutions.
Task 2
1. control wheels
2. saw table
3. start button
4. stop button
5. saw blade
6. blade guard
7. fence
8. locking lever / locking bar
Station 5: Safety signs
page 13
Task
1. hose
2. escape
3. extinguisher
4. goggles
5. helmet / hat
6. gloves
7. overall
8. aid
9. flames
10. unauthorized
11. Explosive
12. Toxic
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2. start
3. store
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Station 6: Household items
Task 1
1. axe
2. hacksaw (for metal)
  3. handsaw
  4. (a pair of) pliers
Task 2
  6. wallpaper
  7. fridge
  8. kettle
  9. oven
10. stove
1. bucket
2. bathtub
3. carpet
4. curtains
5. dustbin
  5. (a pair of) scales
  6. toothbrush
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4. Töpfer(in)
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Station 8: British pub signs
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8. washbasin
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7. Gärtner(in)
8. Pilot(in)
9. Waldarbeiter(in)
Station 9: Herbs and spices
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Task 1
1. bay leaf
2. cinnamon
3. chives
4. cloves
5. cumin
6. ginger
7. mint
8. nutmeg
9. parsley
10. pepper
11. rosemary
12. thyme
4. Gewürznelke
5. Kreuzkümmel
6. Ingwer
7. Minze
8. Muskat(nuss)
9. Petersilie
10. Pfeffer
11. Rosmarin
12. Thymian
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1. Lorbeer(blatt)
2. Zimt
3. Schnittlauch
Task 3
Herbs: bayleaf, chives, mint, parsley, rosemary, thyme
Spices: cinnamon, cloves, cumin, ginger, nutmeg, pepper
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Station 10: Meat and vegetables
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1. Spargel
2. Bohne
3. Rindfleisch
4. Rosenkohl
5. Kohl
6. Karotte, Möhre
7. Hähnchen
8. Ente
9. Aubergine
10. Knoblauch
11. Gewürzgurke,
Essiggurke
18. Schweinefleisch
19. Kartoffel
20. Truthahn (Putenfleisch)
21. Kalbfleisch
22. Hirschfleish, Reh
12. Schinken
13. Lamm
14. Kopfsalat
15. Leber
16. Zwiebel
17. Pastinake
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Task 1
Task 2
Examples:
basket: bread, grapes, croissants …
bowl: nuts, sugar, crisps …
jug: milk, orange juice, maple syrup …
pot: tea, coffee, hot chocolate …
jar: honey, jam, marmalade …
Station 12: At a fish restaurant
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Task 1
Across
5. Bachforelle
7. Lachs
8. Seezunge
Task 2
11. Kabeljau
12. Taschenkrebs
15. Herzmuschel
Down
1. Scholle
2. Garnele
3. Karpfen
4. Regenbogenforelle
6. Schellfisch
Freshwater fish: perch, carp, rainbow trout, brown trout, salmon
Saltwater fish: cod, plaice, sole, haddock, herring, salmon
Shellfish: crab, cockle, lobster, mussel, prawn
9. Miesmuschel
10. Flussbarsch
13. Hering
14. Hummer
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Station 13: A dental practice
Task 1
dental practice: Zahnarztpraxis
waiting room: Wartezimmer
reception: Anmeldung
dentist: Zahnarzt, Zahnärztin
treatment room: Behandlungszimmer, Behandlungsraum
receptionist: Sprechstundenhilfe
drill: Bohrer
dental chair: Behandlungsstuhl
cuspidor: Speibecken, Spucknapf
filling: Füllung
crown: Krone
medical insurance: Krankenversicherung
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Individual solutions.
Station 14: A home office
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  2. Etikettendrucker (label printer)
  3. Locher (hole punch)
  6. Briefwaage (letter scale)
  8. Notizheft (notepad)
11. Umschlag (envelope)
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  3. Leim (glue)
  4. Hängeregister (pocket file)
  5. Schere (scissors)
  7. Aktenschrank (filing cabinet)
  9. Heftgerät, regional auch Tacker (stapler)
10. Stempelkissen (inkpad)
13. Geldkassette (cash box)
14. Notizzettelblock (memo pad)
15. Büroklammer (paper clip)
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  2. Blinddarm
  3. Rücken
  4. Blase
  5. Gesäß, Hintern
  6. Brust
  7. Kinn
  8. Ellbogen
  9. Herz
10. Hüfte
11. Kiefer
12. Schienbein
13. Nieren
14. Knie
15. Leber
16. Lunge
17. Hals
18. Schulter
19. Magen, Bauch
20. Oberschenkel
21. Kehle, Rachen
22. Handgelenk
23. Fingerknöchel
24. Milz
Task 2
JOINTS: ankle, elbow, hip, jaw, knee, shoulder, wrist, knuckle
INTERNAL ORGANS: appendix, bladder, heart, kidneys, liver, lungs, spleen, stomach
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Track 1 – Station 1: On a construction site, Task 2 (Vocabulary, S. 9)
A Excuse me. I’m looking for the site office. Do you know where it is?
B Yes, turn to your right and drive past this long building here. That’s the accommodation hut. The site office is just past it. You
can’t miss it. It’s right in the corner of the site.
A Thanks.
(pause)
A Hello, is this the site office?
C It is. What are you delivering?
A Bricks and cement. Here’s the delivery note.
C I’ll just check that. Four pallets of bricks. OK. Two pallets of cement. OK. That’s fine. Please unload the bricks at the brick store.
I’ll phone ahead.
A Where’s the brick store?
C Drive back to the entrance and turn right. You’ll see four huts. The toilets are in the corner of the site, next to the entrance. The
next hut is the tool store. The brick store is the big hut after that. It’s between the tool store and the timber store, which is the
last hut in the row.
A Thanks.
(pause)
A Hello. Is this the brick store?
D That’s right. Unload the pallets of bricks here and I’ll take them into the store with a forklift.
A What about the cement?
D You’ll have to drop that off at the cement mixing area. That’s over there in the opposite corner of the site.
A Over there? Where the cement mixers are?
D That’s brilliant! Your name wouldn’t be Einstein, would it?
A No, my name is Dudley.
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OK, I’d like you all to stand close enough to the machine to see everything, but not too close. I don’t want any of you losing your
fingers! This is a bench saw and it’s typical of many of the older machines in this part of the factory. There are two control wheels
– one on the left side of the machine and one at the front. These two control wheels can move the saw blade up and down and
change the cutting angle. The saw blade is the thing that can cut the fingers off apprentices who don’t pay attention. There’s a
cover over the top of the saw blade. It’s called the blade guard and it’s there to help prevent accidents. The blade guard covers the
top of the saw blade. The saw blade operates through a slit in the saw table. That’s the flat area around the saw blade. The saw
table is the heaviest part of the machine because it’s made of cast iron. At one end of the saw table is the fence. This is a guide for
the material you want to cut. It can be moved along the table and then fixed into position with the locking lever. That’s this piece
at the front of the fence. Always make sure that the machine is switched off before moving the fence. Now, let me see … have I
covered everything? Control wheels, saw blade, blade guard, saw table, fence, locking bar … oh, and the stop and start buttons, of
course. The start button is always on the left and the stop button is always on the right. They’re also colour-coded: the start button
is green and the stop button is red. Good, let’s move on to the lathe.
Track 3 – Station 6: Household items, Task 1 (Vocabulary, S. 14)
Most bathroom cabinets contain the things people use to clean their teeth. There’s usually at least one tube of toothpaste and
­everybody in the household will have their own toothbrush. The cabinet may also contain dental floss and a mouthwash. Almost
everyone brushes their teeth in front of a washbasin. In many bathrooms there is often a pair of scales for people who want to
check their weight.
A pair of pliers is a useful tool for removing things such as nails and old wall plugs. You’ll need a hacksaw for sawing through
­metal objects and a handsaw for sawing through wood. If you have a wood-burning stove, then you’ll also need an axe for chopping up timber.
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bay leaf
cinnamon
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Track 4 – Station 9: Herbs and spices, Task 1 (Vocabulary, S. 17)
mint
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parsley
pepper
rosemary
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Track 5 – Station 3: Nouns and articles, Task 2 (Grammar, S. 26)
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I last saw Art Bannion in June. We were both in New York on business and we arranged to meet in Queens where we had both
grown up. I think it was a Thursday, but I’m not sure. I remember that it was the week after Thanksgiving. We met in the street where
we had both once lived and walked around the neighbourhood. Everything was different; it wasn’t the Queens of our boyhood. We
had lunch together in De Vries’ Steakhouse. At least that hadn’t changed; it was still a nice little traditional family restaurant opposite a small park. Towards the end of the meal Art told me that he had arranged to meet a Mr Rennie at two-thirty in Central Park.
He promised to meet me an hour afterwards in the main waiting room at Grand Central Station. That was the last I ever saw of him.
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These five young people are on training courses and they are living away from home for the first time. Listen to parts of the emails
they are writing to their parents and friends.
Justin writes:
I hate working shifts, particularly the night shift. I always feel tired. This is a very big place – over six hundred people work here. I
feel like I’m just a number here. I thought helping people would be good. But lifting people in and out of bed all day is hard work.
When I get home my back aches and I just want to lie down. And some patients never stop complaining.
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The central part of Australia is very hot and dry. The Australians call it ‘the outback’. The coastal region has a more temperate
­climate and this is where most Australians live. Australia is divided into seven federal states. Queensland is in the north-east and
the state capital is Brisbane. The next state to the south is New South Wales. Sydney is the state capital and it’s also the biggest
city in Australia. But Sydney isn’t the federal capital – that’s Canberra, a much smaller city to the south of Sydney. The next s
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to the south is Victoria. The state capital is Melbourne. Opposite Victoria is the island state of Tasmania. The state capital is
­Hobart. The next state is South Australia, which lies between Victoria in the east and Western Australia in the west. The capital
of South Australia is Adelaide. Western Australia is the biggest state and the capital is Perth. Very few people live in the
Northern Territory. Darwin is the only city and the state capital.
Diana writes:
I love cooking. I’m not so good at baking, but I’m still learning. Working in a big kitchen with lots of people is hard work. It was very
strange at first, but I’m slowly getting use to it. I really look forward now to my lessons on Thursdays and Fridays. I never realized
before how peaceful and relaxed a classroom is compared to a noisy, busy kitchen. But I wonder what the practical value is. At the
moment I’m learning about calories and vitamins, but on Monday I’ll be back chopping onions and peeling potatoes all day long.
Derek writes:
Getting up at 4 a.m. six days a week is killing me. Carrying heavy sacks of flour and working in front of hot ovens is murder. But the
money is good and finding another job in this area isn’t so easy.
Fatima writes:
I hate some things about this job. Watching people die is terrible. But looking after people who need your help is very satisfying
and the work we do here is important. No job is perfect, but on the whole I think I like it here better than in a normal hospital.
The atmosphere is more relaxed and we can spend more time with the patients and they’re very grateful for the extra attention.
I spend three days doing practical work and two days learning.
Alison writes:
I like working with hair and talking to the customers and the other girls about clothes and fashion. The pay isn’t good, but I do well
enough with tips. One day I’d like to have my own salon, but for that I’ll need a lot of money and saving isn’t very easy for me.
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