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Unformatted text preview: Name A. Per time, listen carefully. The second time it will be read with pauses for repetition. ANDREA: VALERJA: ANDREA! VALERIA: B. passage passage carefully. The second time, complete the chart. The third I nuovi compagni di classe (classmates). You will hear a l by h. H1 [0 /[email protected] Data CAPITOLO f0 7.1 cominciare. You will hear a dialogue twice. The first Ecco una foto di una mia amica, Paola. Lei e di Palermo, in Sicilia. E davvero bella... Oh 5‘1, Paola e straordinaria: e simpatica, allegra, sensibile ed (‘3 anche molto gentile... Sono sicura che Paola ha una grande pazienza, perche’ tu sei sempre stressato e nervoso! in which Angelo describes his first day of class. The will be read three times. The first time, listen time, check what you have written. Check your answers in the Ans C. Naz national PE‘QNT" wer Key. Numeri di studenti: V9 h 5 l-l-zc {b fort/mt“ §1a70rff vo Q a l l m La; («P.4- saw/s ionalita. You find yourself in a classroom full of internatiOnal students. Identify the students’ ity and the language they speak. Repeat the response. Descrizione di Caterina: Descrizione di Enrico: Descrizione di Angelo: ESEMPIO: You read and hear: Robert e di Minneapolis. You say: Robert e americano e parla (speaks) inglese. \ . ‘ ae- Amy e di Denver. ""Ulfi' S I 5. Kurt e di Berlino. Wc‘a Marc e di Ottawa. 9'3"“ ‘- r 6. Hector e di cats del Messico. €136»; a/o Ke1k0 a di Tokio. was)?“ 4 7. Maria é a1 Madrid. spa $41010 Angelo e di Torino. {Ila “aka 8. Jean-Paul e di AiX-en-Provence. FMka/S/c—z Capitals 2 23 D. Una famiglia europea. You will hear a passage about a family, followed by a series of statements. You will hear both the passage and the statements twice. Listen carefully, then indicate whether the statements you hear are vero o falso, true or false. 1. vero also I 4. falso \ f” 2. vero (Q 5. @' falso 3. vero Nuovi (New) compagni di classe. Sara attended her biology class for the first time today. Here are her notes, not about biology but about her male classmates! Listen as she reads her notes to her best friend, and fill in the missing informatiOn in the chart about the three guys she met (i tre ragazzi). Check your answers in the Answer Key. NOME ANNI STATURA (HEIGHT) CAPELLI OCCHT OPINIONE DI SARA 1. Massimo media “33'; em, antipatico _ x_- _ 2. Pietro 23 Ovlmhwfr'“ biondi 1422M o mm D 3. Alessandro 21 ‘0' H Li /H to verdi mg q by grammatica A. Aggettivi A. Per cominciare. You will hear a dialogue followed by two lists of adjectives descfibing Marta’s new classmates and instructor. Listen carefully and complete the phrases by circling all the adjectives that describe the classmates and the instructor. GIUSEPPE: Come sono i nuovi compagni di classe? MARTA: Sono molto allegri e gentili. GIUSEPPE: E l’insegnante? MARTA: Oh, lui e molto simpatico ed energico... e l’italiano e una lingua molto interessante! 1. Icompagni sono: @ simpatici energici interessanti 2. L’insegnante e: allegro gentile @ B. Dal maschile a1 femminile. Change each expression you ear from masculine to feminine. Repeat the response. ESEMPIO: You hear: bambino buono You say: bambina buona 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 24 Prega.’ Laboratory Manual Nome Data CIasse C. Opinioni divergenti. You and Claudio don’t see eye to eye. For each of his remarks give the opposite reaction. Repeat the response. ESEMPIO: You hear: Che ragazzo simpatico! You say: Che ragazzo antipatico! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. D. Non uno, due! Point out two of the things Giovanna indicates. Repeat the response. ESEMPIO: You hear: Ecco una bella casa. You say: Ecco due belle case. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. E. Un americano a Firenze. Gerry has just arrived in Florence. He is calling Francesca, who is hosting him. They have a mutual friend, Salvatore, but have never met. You will hear the phone conversation twice. The first time, listen carefully. The second time, complete the sentences describing Gerry and Francesca. Parole utili: Pronto? Hello? gli occhiali glasses la barba beard uno zaino backpack un vestito dress, suit 1. Gerry e . a. alto, biondo, con gli occhiali lto, con la barba e gli occhiali _, c. basso, capelli neri, barba 2. Francesca e a. di statura media, capelli lunghi b. alta, bionda, capelli corti @ bionda, c0n il vestito nero 3. ry ha anche a. uno zaino rosso b. un vestito nero c. gli occhiali neri F. Identikit. You need to meet Marco, your Italian host, at the train station. Ask him questions about What he looks like, listen to his answers, and then answer the questions he asks you. Frasi utili: Sono alto / basso. Ho gli occhi azzurri / verdi / neri / castani. Ho i capelli biondi / cas- tani / rossi / neri / grigi / bianchi / lunghi / corti / ricci / lisci. ESEMPIO: You read and ask: Hai gli occhi castani? You hear: Si, ho gli occhi castani, e tu? You say: No, non ho gli occhi castani. Ho gli occhi blu. Sei alto o basso? Di che colore hai gli occhi? Di che colore hai i capelli? Come hai i capelli? tPPJN!‘ Capitolo 2 25 G. Molto o molti? Add the correct form of molto to the following sentences. Repeat the response. ESEMPIO: You hear and read: Maria e timida. You say: Maria e molto timida. Pietro e curioso. Roberta e sincera e sensibile. Luca non ha amici. Luigi e triste. Annalisa ha pazienza. Gli spaghetti di Enrica sono buoni. P‘PTPPJE‘JE‘ H. Perugia, una tipica citta italiana... Stop the audio to read the following passage and complete it with the correct form of molto. Then, start the audio and listen to the completed passage. The passage will be read twice. The second time it will be read with pauses for repetition. Check your answers in the Answer Key Questa e Perugia, una citta Wit!) 1 bella, in Umbria. Ci sono W Nah 2 monumenti famosi, l3 )0 Hit 3 musei e /7L£- 4 chiese. Gli abitanti sono M0 l l“? 5 orgogliosi (proud) di questa citta. .L Purtroppo (Unfortunately) ci sono anche d I ' 1820 7 traffico. Insomrna, non c’é M” H"m 8 pace (fl, peace) nel centro storico. B. Presente di essere A. Amici di chat. You will hear a dialogue twice. The first time, listen carefully. The second time, complete the information. Check your answers in the. Answer Key. Scan the list now. 1. Nazionalita di Laura: :41 1 t'fi 3’) 31.. 2 Eta e professione di Laura: 746 $92. an. 0g, 52:. 3 Descrizione di Laura: " 3 95:33- ) QC 4 Nazionalita di Pierre e Caroline: 'FM H (EC/9‘1 5 Professione di Pierre: gag-MébYL-C ll fig”? 6 Professione di Caroline: as, v 7L3 $53-— .' A [t'tk 7. Descrizione di Pierre e Caroline: 01/1 OuiiMV' “ - . o Mr; B. Una festa a casa di Sabrina. Stop the audio to complete the dialogue with the correct form of essere. Then start the audio, listen to the dialogue, and answer the questions. Repeat the response. Check your written answers in the Answer Key. \. SABRINA: Sandro, S"! t 1 libero stasera? C’ 6 2 una festa a casa mia. \m, SANDRO: Ah si, e chi c’ 4.4 3? SABRINA: Ci 000 4 i rniei compagni di classe: Marta, Alba, Luigi e Marco. 26 Prego! Laboratory Manual Nome __ Dara Classe SANDRO: Come go?! i 5? g) . SABRINA: §¢h 5 6 ragazzi simpatici. “C r 7 nello stesso - - (.94 59 8 corso d1 letteratura Inglese. Marta e Alba —n - due sorelle gemelle di diciannove anni, e harmo gia un appartamento tutto per loro in Trastevere. Luigi e Marco 50"} O 9 molto divertenti e hanno molti amici. SANDRO: Va bene, vengo. Grazie per l’invito.r 1. 2. 3. 4. C. Nazionalita. You have friends from all over the world. Tell about them using the information you hear and the following nationalities. Repeat the response. ESEMPIO: You hear: Katia e Ivan You read: russo You say: Katia e Ivan sono russi. polacco italiano irlandese olandese messicano coreano giapponese tedesco 9039‘WE'EPJN!‘ D. Un viaggio in Italia. You are showing Silvana a picture of the town where you stayed in Italy. Answer her questions, according to the cues. Repeat the response. First, take a moment to look at the drawing. ESEMPIO: You hear: C’e una banca? You say: No, ci sono due banche. Copitola 2 27 C. Articolo determinative e beHo A. Per cominciare. You will hear a dialogue twice. The first time, listen carefully. The second time, it will be read with pauses for repetition. Pay careful attention to rhythm and intonation. DONATELLA: Ecco la nonna e il nonno, la Zia Luisa e lo 210 Massimo, papa e la mamma molti anni fa... Buffi, no? GIOVANNA: E i due in prima fila chi sono? DONATELLA: Sono gli zii di Chicago. B. Una lista per un cocktail party... You and your room- mate are writing down a list of items to buy for a cocktail party. Confirm your roommate’s choices according to the cues. Add the definite article. Repeat the response. ESEMPIO: You hear: rum? You say: ll rum va bene! 1. aranciata? 4. grappa? 2. vino? 5. espresso? 3. scotch? 6. Coca-Cola? C. La nuova citta. Describe your new city using the following adjectives. Repeat the response. ESEMPIO: You read: grande You hear: piazze You say: Le piazze sono grandi. 1. nuovo 5. famoso 2. piccolo 6. antico 3. vecchio 7. grande 4. elegante D. Che bello! You are impressed with everything in your new Italian town. Use a form of hello to describe each item. Repeat the response. ESEMI’IO: You hear: museo You say: Che bel museo! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. The letter 5 represents two sounds in Italian: [5] as in the English word aside, and [2.] as in the English word reside. A. S sorda. The [5] sound occurs (1) at the beginning of a word, when s is followed by a vowel; (2) when 5 is followed by ca, co, cu, ch, or by f, p, q, or t; (3) when 5 is doubled. Listen and repeat. 1. salute 6. scandalo 11. spaghetti 2. sete 7. scolastico 12. squadra 3. simpatico 8. scuola 13. stadio 4. soldi 9. schema 14. basso 5. supermercato 10. sfera 28 Prego! Laboratory Mai-ma! NONIL’ Dam C lasso B. S sonora. The [2] sound occurs (1) when 5 is followed by b, d, g, l, m, n, r, or v and (2) when 5 appears between vowels. Listen and repeat. 1. sbagliato 5. smog 9. posizione 2. sdraio 6. snob 10. uso 3. sgobbare 7. sregolato 11. rose 4. slogan 8. sveglio 12. Visitare C. S e doppia 5. Contrast the pronunciation of single and double 5 in these pairs of words. Listen and repeat. 1. casa / cassa F‘WPP’N base / basse mesi / messi risa / rissa rose / rosse illuso / lusso D. Parliamo italiano! You will hear each sentence twice. Listen and repeat. .U‘tPS-QN!‘ Sette studentesse sono snelle. Non sono dei grossi sbagli di pronuncia. Tommaso ha sei rose rosse. Gli studenti sbadigliano spesso. Non siete stanchi di sgobbare? Three people will introduce themselves to you. Listen carefully as many times as you need to. Write the name of the person next to the portrait that matches the description. _i_\ (6%?“ err...“ Capitolo 2 29 You will hear a brief dictation three times. The first time, listen carefully. The second time, the dictation will be read with pauses. Write what you hear. The third time, check what you have written. Write on the lines provided. Check your dictation in the Answer Key. Salve! Sono Antonio Soho UH 9"?- 22:3 [Cake 0 .0254 ALMJ fiche: (W (afiflellfi h‘ab,‘ e\ f ( “CAP‘cj/rlh €\ On a , (gift (I. 5'4 , "e— A “L. EFL-“JCk COK {LN-t3 :¢\ Cm SO‘LAA I? L to un regimen. e. «note Wis/74a Lag/{a 731111090 Prima parte. Malpensa International Airport in Milan. Dawn, an American university student of Italian, has just arrived in Italy. Listen carefully to the dialogue. Parole utili: statura media (average height), gli occhiali (eyeglasses) LUCIA: Pronto? DAWN: Pronto, buon giorno, c'é Alberto, per favore? Sono l’amica di David, Dawn. LUCiA: Ciao, Dawn, benvenuta in'Italia! Si, Alberto e qui, un momento... ALBERTO: Ciao, Dawn, come va? Dove sei? DAWN: Tutto bene, grazie. Sono in aeroporto. ALBERTO: Oh bene, ho la macchina oggi, sono 1‘1 tra mezz'ora allora. DAWN: Grazie mille, ma non c’e un autobus per il centro da questo aeroporto? ALBERTO: Si, c’e un autobus per la Stazione Centrale, ma no, vengo io con la Inacchina! Piuttosto, come sei? Ho una foto di te e David, ma e vecchia. Nella foto sei alta e bionda... DAWN: Si, con i capelli lunghi e lisci... ho anche gli occhiali. E tu, come sei? ALBERTO: Di statura media capelli castani ricci, baffi, robusto (2 ho una bella macchina francese, una Peugeot blu. DAWN: Bene. Allora, a tra pocol Graziel Seconda parte. Listen to the dialogue again. Pay particular attention to information describing Dawn and Alberto and their means of transportation. Terza parte. You will hear six sentences based on the dialogue. You will hear each sentence twice. Circle vero if the statement is true and falso if false. 1. vero false 2. vero @ 30 Prego! Laboratory Manual Nome Data C inssc 3. vero 4. ero falso =1 7' Sara is in Florence. Today she is with Federica, one of her good Italian friends. In the center of Florence, an important city of Roman origin with a rich Medieval and Renaissance history, Federica explains what Italian cities are like and what they often have in common. Listen carefully, as many times as you need to. Then, answer the questions you hear. You will hear each question twice. Repeat the response. Parole utili: cioe (that is), il Comune (Town Hall), gli eroi (heroes), la grata (grate), le mura (walls), le porte (gates) Sara in rete... For more information about what Sara experienced during her travels, check out the links found on the Prego! website (www.mhhe.comjpreg07). Capitals 2 31 (I '1? , m; ...
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