Elena: Hi, I'm Elena.Welcome to my lesson!
Do you know what to say when you want to test your understanding? Listen to helpful language to test your understanding. Then we will practice saying new phrases - after that.
Dan: This is wrong. Hey! Sorry Paul, could you pass me the hammer?
Paul: Sorry Dan, my ears are stuffed up. I can't hear you well. Can you repeat?
Day: Hammer. Could you give it to me?
Dan: No. Hammer!
Paul: I'm sorry Dan, I don't understand. This is the key!
Dan: Well, Paul, I need a hammer. It is in the toolbox, on the left, under the scissors.
Paul: Sorry Dan. Can you repeat this more slowly, please?
Dan: Hammer... in the toolbox... on the left... under the scissors.
Paul: On the left... under the scissors... Oh! Do you mean hammer? This is all?
Dan: Yes, that's right!
Paul: Ah! Why didn't you say so?
Dan: I did it!
Elena: Hello again! Oh... I think Paul should go home and sleep. So, have you noticed the helpful phrases used to test your understanding? Listen to me and then repeat.
I can't hear you well.
Can you repeat?
I don't understand.
Could you repeat this more slowly, please?
Do you mean hammer?
This is all?
Yes, it is true!
Elena: Try some of these phrases the next time you want to test your understanding. Bye for now!