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English Audio Request

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Note to recorder:

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.
Thank you.

(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!


  • Nothing to declare? ( recorded by quips ), Midwestern/Standard American English

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