In this afternoon, I want to share speaking lesson. I hope you will get help in learning English by reading this post. I want to share speaking lesson becouse speaking in very important in learning English. Good speaking skill show how well you master English. If you can speak English well, it means your English is good.
In this post, the speaking lesson is conversation about The Woods Are Alive. And in this post, the conversation is completed with Mp3 that the Mp3 is spoken by Mrs. Anna Matteo. She is native English speaker from America. She also become the speaker in VOA.com. So, It is very good to learn English. Are you not be patien to see the conversation, and study with Mrs. Anna Matteo. Oke, let’s check it out…
Anna: Happy New Year! Some people, at the start of a new year, make a resolution — a promise to yourself to be better. I thought about my resolution carefully. I want to be an actor on the stage! Today I will audition for a show called “The Woods Are Alive!” Wish me luck!
Director: Next! What is your name?
Anna: My name is Anna Matteo.
Director: Are you ready to audition?
Anna: (warms up voice) Yes.
Director: Great. Let’s begin on page 1. Here is the story. You are lost in the woods. You are searching desperately for a way out. Suddenly, you hear something.
Director: Now, say your line.
Anna: ‘What was that? Hello. Is someone there?’
Director: Anna, you are speaking too softly. Can you speak more loudly and a little more, um, seriously?
Anna: Yes, of course I can. ‘What was that? Hello. Is someone there?’ Is that loud enough?
Director: Yes, that is loud enough. Let’s turn to page 25. In this scene, you are moving slowly and quietly through the woods.
Director: Anna. Anna! You are walking quickly and loudly. Walk slowly and quietly.
Anna: I’m walking slowly and quietly. I am walking…
Director: Anna. Anna. You don’t need to say “slowly” and “quietly.” Alright, let’s try the last scene. Turn to page 48. I say my line first, then you say your line.
Director: ‘You will never get out of these woods alive! Mwa-ha-ha-ha-ha Mwa-ha-ha-ha-ha!’
Anna: ‘Yes, I will.’
Director: Okay, Anna, you said that line — you said that line really late. You need to say it earlier.
Anna: Sorry. Sorry. Let me try again.
Director: ‘You will never …’
Anna: ‘Yes, I will.’
Director: ‘… get out of the woods alive.’
Anna: I was too early, wasn’t I?
Director: Yes. Yes, you were.
Anna: Director, how am I doing?
Director: You know, Anna. I think that I have the perfect part for you.
Director: The costume is in the back. Please go try it on.
Anna: Awesome! (Anna returns as a tree.)
Director: Oh, Anna, that fits you perfectly!
Anna: I’m a tree. I’m a tree in … “The Woods Are Alive!” Yes!
Anna: My new year is starting awesomely! Excuse me, Director! I have a great idea for my tree. Oh, wait! Until next time!
Ok. That’s the conversation. Do you like it? Are you satisfied? What do you think about this speaking lesson? I hope by learning English here, your English skill be better. I hope you will always increase your English skill. And don’t forget to practice your English, because English is habit. If you always practice to speak English, I am sure you will master English. Actually, English in not difficult, English is very easy, if we learn English diligently. Ok, I think that’s all. See ya….