Listen to an interview with Mark and choose the correct answer.
1. Mark is 2. Mark’s favourite music is 3. He may be going to Spain
Listen again and write the
missing words in the following transcription. Some words are repeated. Use the
pause button on your media player to give you time to write.
-Hello Mark, welcome to Mansión Inglés. What sort of music do you like? -I like
-And, what’s your favourite ? -Definitely AC/DC from Australia.
-Right, have you seen them ? -Yes, I’ve seen them on three occasions.. erm…different
at Wembley Arena in London.
-Uh huh. Do you play any
yourself? -Yeah, I play
called ‘East Bound Platform’.
-And would you like to turn professional like AC/DC? -Ah…very much so, but unfortunately we’re good at making a
, but not very good at playing our .
-Well, maybe you need a good
to er..find you more . -Are you offering?
-Erm... it depends on the .
Do you have any
lined up? -Erm.. we have.. er.. well its.. a gig… we’re playing our friend…well, the
drummer..… we’re playing at his wedding.
-Well I hope that goes well and some more work develops from there.
So, when will you be playing in Spain? -Erm.. maybe.. erm... when you can get us to play?
-Well, I’ll work on it and.. erm.. we all look forward to seeing you in Spain in the very near future. -I’ll look forward to it as well.
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He plays very well (well = adverb)
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