Conversation Lesson 5
Lesson 5 - Where Are You?

In this lesson Anna visits Marsha at a friend's house. Anna and Marsha see many rooms in the house. They talk about what people do in each room.
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Lesson Video

Watch the video and then do the activities on this page.
Video Script

Anna: Hello, everyone! Today my friend Marsha is at her friend's house. She says it is beautiful. I want to see this house! Here we are!
Anna: Marsha, I am in the kitchen! It is a beautiful kitchen!
Marsha: It is beautiful. We cook in the kitchen.
Anna: I eat in the kitchen.
Marsha: We relax in the living room.
Anna: I relax in the living room. Marsha, let’s go upstairs!
Marsha: Anna? Where are you?
Anna: Marsha, I am in the bathroom! I wash in the bathroom.
Marsha: I am in the bedroom. We sleep in the bedroom.
Anna: I sleep in the bedroom!

Now practice listening to only the audio portion of the conversation.

Watch the video and practice talking about locations. Practice talking about the rooms in a house with a friend.

Learn two different ways to ask questions in this video.
New Words
  • bathroom - n. a room with a sink and toilet and usually a bathtub or shower
  • beautiful - adj. very good or pleasing; having beauty
  • bedroom - n. a room used for sleeping
  • eat - v. to take food into your mouth and swallow it
  • house - n. a building in which a family lives
  • kitchen - n. a room in which food is cooked
  • living room - n. a room in a house for general family use
  • relax - v. to spend time resting or doing something enjoyable
  • sleep - v. to rest your mind and body by closing your eyes
  • upstairs - adv. on or to a higher floor of a building
  • wash - v. to clean (something) with water and usually soap

What are some of the rooms in your house? Write about it in the Facebook Comments section below. Tell us what you do in the rooms. Do the activity and practice writing the names of rooms in a house. Click lesson activity to get the printable PDF version. The page opens to a new window.
Source: Voice of America
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