a) Read the sentences (A-F). What do you
expect the dialogue to be about?
A Well, it’s fine if you don’t want to pay attention, but no one else can concentrate either if you’re talking all the time.
В Yes, sometimes! And it’s really unfair on Miss Yates. She’s doing her best to prepare us well for the exam, so the least you could do is let her teach.
C I’m afraid so. You’re always messing around in the lessons, for a start. It’s not on, you know. D So you should! I’m sorry to get at you, but I feel quite strongly about this.
E Tell me something I don’t know!
F Oh, that’s a great idea. I think she’d really respect you for that.
Ь) Complete the dialogue with the sentences in Ex. 7a.
Listen and check, then read out the
dialogue. What right(s) is Adam violating?
How is he going to put the situation right?