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*mysterious /mis'tiəriəs/ •thần bí, huyền bí •khó giải thích, khó hiểu, bí ẩn 

*application /,æpli'keiʃn/ •sự gắn vào, sự áp vào, sự ghép vào, sự đính vào, sự đắp vào, sự tra vào ((cũng) appliance) 

◦the application of a plaster to a wound 

sự đắp thuốc vào vết thương 

•vật gắn, vật áp, vật ghép, vật đính, vật đắp, vật tra 

•sự dùng, sự áp dụng, sự ứng dụng 

◦medicine for external application 

thuốc dùng ngoài da 

•sự chuyên cần, sự chuyên tâm 

◦a man of close application 

một người rất chuyên cần 

•lời xin, lời thỉnh cầu; đơn xin 

◦application for a job 

đơn xin việc làm 

◦to make an application to someone for something 

gửi đơn cho ai để xin việc gì 

◦to put in an application 

đệ đơn xin, gửi đơn xin 



100 Lessons: 

Level 1: 

1. Where are you from? 

2. Do you speak English? 

3. What's your name? 

4. Asking directions. 

5. I'm hungry. 

6. Do you want something to drink? 

7. That's too late. 

8. Choosing a time to meet. 

9. When do you want to go? 

10. Ordering food. 

11. Now or later? 

12. Do you have enough money? 

13. How have you been? 

14. Introducing a friend. 

15. Buying a shirt. 

16. Asking about location. 

17. Do you know the address? 

18. Vacation to Canada. 

19. Who is that woman? 

20. Common questions. 

21. The supermarket is closed. 

22. Do you have any children? 

23. Help with pronunciation. 

24. I lost my wallet. 

25. Phone call at work. 

26. Family trip. 

27. I went shopping. 

28. What kind of music do you like? 

29. Going to the library. 

30. Where do your parents live? 

31. Can you help me find a few things? 

32. Paying for dinner. 

33. Buying a plane ticket. 

34. Putting things in order. 

Lesson 1 - Where are you from?  

James : Hello.  

Lisa : Hi.  

James : How are you?  

Lisa : I'm good. How are you?  

James : Good. Do you speak English?  

Lisa : A little. Are you American?  

James : Yes.  

Lisa : Where are you from?  

James : I'm from California.  

Lisa : Nice to meet you.  

James : Nice to meet you too.  

*Lesson 2 - Do you speak English?  

Mary : Excuse me, are you American?  

Robert : No.  

Mary : Do you speak English?  

Robert : A little, but not very well.  

Mary : How long have you been here?  

Robert : 2 months.  

Mary : What do you do for work?  

Robert : I'm a student. How about you?  

Mary : I'm a student too.  

*Lesson 3 - What's your name?  

John : Excuse me, what's your name?  

Jessica : My name is Jessica. What's yours?  

John : John.  

Jessica : You speak English very well.  

John : Thank you.  

Jessica : Do you know what time it is?  

John : Sure. It's 5:10PM.  

Jessica : What did you say?  

John : I said it's 5:10PM.  

Jessica : Thanks.  

John : You're welcome.  

*Lesson 4 - Asking directions.  

Amy : Hi Michael.  

Michael : Hi Amy. What's up?  

Amy : I'm looking for the airport. Can you tell me how to get there?  

Michael : No, sorry. I don't know.  

Amy : I think I can take the subway to the airport. Do you know where the subway is?  

Michael : Sure, it's over there.  

Amy : Where? I don't see it.  

Michael : Across the street.  

Amy : Oh, I see it now. Thanks.  

Michael : No problem.  

Amy : Do you know if there's a restroom around here?  

Michael : Yes, there's one here. It's in the store.  

Amy : Thank you.  

Michael : Bye.  

Amy : Bye bye.  

*Lesson 5 - I'm hungry.  

Thomas : Hi Sarah, how are you?  

Sarah : Fine, how are you doing?  

Thomas : OK.  

Sarah : What do you want to do?  

Thomas : I'm hungry. I'd like to eat something.  

Sarah : Where do you want to go?  

Thomas : I'd like to go to an Italian restaurant.  

Sarah : What kind of Italian food do you like?  

Thomas : I like spaghetti. Do you like spaghetti?  

Sarah : No, I don't, but I like pizza.  

*Lesson 6 - Do you want something to drink?  

Susan : David, would you like something to eat?  

David : No, I'm full.  

Susan : Do you want something to drink?  

David : Yes, I'd like some coffee.  

Susan : Sorry, I don't have any coffee.  

David : That's OK. I'll have a glass of water.

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