Pupil B ONLY and FEMALE native speaker ... sorry lads!
Natural speed but not too fast.
Do not read the title and do not change the text.
American accent favoured.
(Pupil A: Good morning, Miss. Come here please! I have questions to ask you.)
Pupil B : Certainly!
(Pupil A: What’s your name?)
Pupil B: I’m Shirley Standford.
(Pupil A: Can you spell your family name?)
Pupil B: S-T-A-N-D-F-O-R-D
(Pupil A: How old are you?)
Pupil B: I’m twenty-two.
(Pupil A: Do you have any jewels on you?)
Pupil B: Yes, I do ... I have a necklace and a bracelet.
(Pupil A: Ok! Do you have any dangerous objects?)
Pupil B: Dangerous objects?
(Pupil A: I mean a knife or scissors?)
Pupil B: No, I don’t. I don’t have any metallic objects.
(Pupil A: Do you have electronics?)
Pupil B: Yes, I do! I have my Mp3 player and my mobile phone.
(Pupil A: Do you have a pet in your bag?)
Pupil B: No I don’t!
(Pupil A: Do you have any water in your bag?)
Pupil B: No, I don’t.
(Pupil A: Ok, give me your bracelet, necklace, your Mp3 player and your mobile phone please ...)
Pupil B: Here you are!
(Pupil A: Thank you! You can pass through the checkpoint now!)
Pupil B: Thanks! Can I have my stuff back?
(Pupil A: Sure! Here you are! Goodbye Miss! Have a good flight!)
Pupil B: Thank you! Bye!