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Daily Life - Learning Simple Math

Dialogue

A: Alright, children, let’s review. Tommy! Pay attention!

B: Sorry Miss Kadlec.

A: Okay, Crystal, now tell me, what’s four plus eleven?

C: Um...fifteen!

B: Miss Kadlec always asks Crystal; she’s such a teacher’s pet.

A: Okay...and what about fifty six minus sixty?

C: Um... negative four!

A: Very good... twelve times twelve?

B: Very good. Suck up.

C: One hundred and forty four!

A: Zero divided by one?

C: Zero!

A: How did you know that? Okay, smarty pants, the square root of two!

B: Bet you’re not going to get that one, know-it-all.

C: Um...one point four one four two one three five...

M: Hello everyone! Welcome back to another lesson with us here at EnglishPod! My name is Marco.

E: And I’m Erica.

M: And today we’re going back to school.

E: That’s right. We’re talking about my least favorite subject.

M: Hehe. That would be math.

E: That’s right.

M: Okay, so, we’re gonna be talking about math. Now, I know that many of you, of course, know math.

E: Right.

M: But do you know the operations in English?

E: Many people find it hard to find the right words to talk about math in English.

M: Right, so, that’s what we’re gonna be looking at today.

E: And we’ll also look at some names, that you can call people, who are really, really, really smart.

M: Hehe. So, let’s listen to our dialogue for the first time and then we’ll come back and look at those math words.

DIALOGUE, FIRST TIME

M: Alright, so, that’s one smart little girl, ha?

E: Yeah, pretty smart. Actually, smarter than me in math.

M: Hehe. Alright, so, let’s take a look at some of those words, that the teacher used to ask her about certain operations in “language takeaway”.

Voice: Language takeaway.

E: Okay, so, like we said, you guys know how to do math. And you know the words in your language, but maybe in English it’s a little bit harder to find the right word, so, let’s look at those now.

M: Okay, so, let’s look at the first question that she asked. What’s four plus eleven?

E: Four plus eleven.

M: Okay, plus.

E: Plus.

M: Ah, alright, so, four plus eleven, Erica, is?

E: Uh, let me take a look at here, um, fifteen.

M: Fifteen, okay, so, we are adding, right?

E: Yes.

M: So, that’s how you would say. Let’s go with an easy one: two plus two.

E: Four.

M: Four, right?

E: Yeah.

M: Or five plus five.

E: Ten.

M: Ten, okay.

E: You’re really testing my skills.

M: Hehe. So, that’s how you would add numbers.

E: Now, what about taking away numbers?

M: Okay, so, taking away or subtracting. Alright, let’s test you again. In the dialogue she said “fifty six minus sixty”.

E: Fifty six minus sixty equals negative four.

M: Okay, minus, so that’s negative, right?

E: Minus.

M: So… and of course, if you have fifty six apples and you take away sixty, you’re left with…

E: Negative four…

M: Negative four.

E: Well, actually, you’re left with zero apples.

M: Hehe. Yeah, exactly. Now, that answer is also interesting - negative four.

E: Negative four.

M: That means minus four, right?

E: Four less than zero.

M: Four less than zero, very good, negative four. Okay, so now, for our next operation. Twelve times twelve.

E: Twelve times twelve.

M: Twelve times twelve.

E: No, Macro, don’t ask me the answer.

M: Hehe. Alright, twelve times twelve equals a hundred and forty four. Now, that’s multiplying.

E: Right, or multiplication.

Dialogue

A: Alright, children, let’s review. Tommy! Pay attention!

B: Sorry Miss Kadlec.

A: Okay, Crystal, now tell me, what’s four plus eleven?

C: Um...fifteen!

B: Miss Kadlec always asks Crystal; she’s such a teacher’s pet.

A: Okay...and what about fifty six minus sixty?

C: Um... negative four!

A: Very good... twelve times twelve?

B: Very good. Suck up.

C: One hundred and forty four!

A: Zero divided by one?

C: Zero!

A: How did you know that? Okay, smarty pants, the square root of two!

B: Bet you’re not going to get that one, know-it-all.

C: Um...one point four one four two one three five...

M: Hello everyone! Welcome back to another lesson with us here at EnglishPod! My name is Marco.

E: And I’m Erica.

M: And today we’re going back to school.

E: That’s right. We’re talking about my least favorite subject.

M: Hehe. That would be math.

E: That’s right.

M: Okay, so, we’re gonna be talking about math. Now, I know that many of you, of course, know math.

E: Right.

M: But do you know the operations in English?

E: Many people find it hard to find the right words to talk about math in English.

M: Right, so, that’s what we’re gonna be looking at today.

E: And we’ll also look at some names, that you can call people, who are really, really, really smart.

M: Hehe. So, let’s listen to our dialogue for the first time and then we’ll come back and look at those math words.

DIALOGUE, FIRST TIME

M: Alright, so, that’s one smart little girl, ha?

E: Yeah, pretty smart. Actually, smarter than me in math.

M: Hehe. Alright, so, let’s take a look at some of those words, that the teacher used to ask her about certain operations in “language takeaway”.

Voice: Language takeaway.

E: Okay, so, like we said, you guys know how to do math. And you know the words in your language, but maybe in English it’s a little bit harder to find the right word, so, let’s look at those now.

M: Okay, so, let’s look at the first question that she asked. What’s four plus eleven?

E: Four plus eleven.

M: Okay, plus.

E: Plus.

M: Ah, alright, so, four plus eleven, Erica, is?

E: Uh, let me take a look at here, um, fifteen.

M: Fifteen, okay, so, we are adding, right?

E: Yes.

M: So, that’s how you would say. Let’s go with an easy one: two plus two.

E: Four.

M: Four, right?

E: Yeah.

M: Or five plus five.

E: Ten.

M: Ten, okay.

E: You’re really testing my skills.

M: Hehe. So, that’s how you would add numbers.

E: Now, what about taking away numbers?

M: Okay, so, taking away or subtracting. Alright, let’s test you again. In the dialogue she said “fifty six minus sixty”.

E: Fifty six minus sixty equals negative four.

M: Okay, minus, so that’s negative, right?

E: Minus.

M: So… and of course, if you have fifty six apples and you take away sixty, you’re left with…

E: Negative four…

M: Negative four.

E: Well, actually, you’re left with zero apples.

M: Hehe. Yeah, exactly. Now, that answer is also interesting - negative four.

E: Negative four.

M: That means minus four, right?

E: Four less than zero.

M: Four less than zero, very good, negative four. Okay, so now, for our next operation. Twelve times twelve.

E: Twelve times twelve.

M: Twelve times twelve.

E: No, Macro, don’t ask me the answer.

M: Hehe. Alright, twelve times twelve equals a hundred and forty four. Now, that’s multiplying.

E: Right, or multiplication.

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