At the Post Office


Step one: Listening and repeating the phrases





Step two: Practicing English phrases with the dialogue. Once you know how to pronounce the phrases, you can mute the video and practise.


Step three: Doing the following exercise:

At the Post Office

At the Post Office

Gap-fill exercise

Fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers. Use the "Hint" button to get a free letter if an answer is giving you trouble. You can also click on the "[?]" button to get a clue. Note that you will lose points if you ask for hints or clues!
CLERK: Good . How can I you?
ALI: I would like to mail an letter my brother in Nelson.
CLERK: Sure.
CLERK: Can I your name, please?
ALI: Ali Ran.
CLERK: Ran is your last ?
AU: Right.
CLERK: How do you it?
ALI: R-a-n.
CLERK: And Ali is your name?
ALI: Yes.
CLERK: And your ?
ALI: 423 Main Street, Vancouver.
CLERK: 423 Main .
CLERK: Do you know your code?
ALI: V2P 6M2
CLERK: V2P 6M2. And your brother's ?
ALI: Sujit Ran. That's S-u-j-i-t Ran.
Clerk: Do you his address?
ALI: Yes, I do. 1534 High Road, Nelson.
CLERK: 1534 High , Nelson.
CLERK: Do you know postal ?
ALI: Yes, I . VIL 3Z9
CLERK: VIL 3Z9. Good. Now I need your telephone .
ALI: 224-2257
CLERK: 224-2257. That's .
CLERK: And that be $3.00 including .
ALI: Okay.
CLERK: Oh, .
ALI: you.
CLERK: Thank you. Bye-.
ALI: day.



List of English Functions