Paul tries to give directions to someone.
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Directions: 1) Choose the verb that you think best fits the sentence. 2) Listen again and check your answers.
Bob: But I’m not a French film fan.
Tourist: Excuse me. I’m looking for the Rose Cinema.
Paul: The Rose Cinema. Let’s see. That’s on the corner of Market Street and Park Street.
Or is it Third and Grand?
No, I think it’s on Market between First and Second Avenue.
OK. So. Go around the corner. Walk three blocks, no, five blocks to Harper Street. Turn left.
Sorry. Right. Go another two blocks. No. Yes. Two blocks. To Fourth Avenue. Take a right.
Yes. Walk about five blocks to Market Street.
Go right again. Go straight two more blocks.
The cinema is on your right. No. Sorry. Your left.
Paul: What? (Marie whispers in Paul’s ear.)
You’re looking for the Rose Cinema?
Paul: Go across the street.
Paul: It’s across the street.
Tourist: Thank you.
Bob: And you’re a tour guide?