Read and say what Lena’s friends saw while they tried to find her house.
Lena: Three — one — four — eight — one — five — one. Hello!
Boris: Could I speak to Lena, please?
Lena: Yes, that’s me.
Boris: Oh, Lena. Hi, it’s Boris here.
Lena: Boris? Boris who?
Boris: Boris Belov.
Lena: Oh, hi, Boris! Where are you?
Boris: I’m terribly sorry, Lena, but we are lost.
Lena: Oh, no. I don’t believe you. Where are you now?
Boris: We’re opposite the cinema.
Lena: OK, but which cinema?
Boris: Let me see. Just a minute. Lena, are you still there?
Lena: Yes, yes, 1 am.
Boris: We are near the “Odeon”.
Lena: The “Odeon” you say. I see. How did you get there?
It’s rather far from my house.
Boris: I don’t really know. We left the theatre in Green
Street, came to the traffic lights and went up the
Lena: I think you went wrong at the supermarket ['su:pə¸mɑ:kit].
Did you see the church on the left?
Boris: I’m not sure. What shall we do?
Lena: Go back to Main Road. You’ll see the church and then
the hospital ['hɒspɪtl] on the right. Walk two blocks and
you are in High Street. You’ll see the bank [Ьæŋк] in
the square. Turn to the left, walk 2 or 3 minutes and
you’ll see the hotel [həʊ'tel], and next to it a small
museum. My house is opposite that museum.