Language Course-2 Children's Voices

Job #1964

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Job # 1964 Language Course-2 Children's Voices

Posted Date
Aug 20, 2006 @ 00:43
Respond By
Sep 19, 2006
Word Count
0
Budget
$0+
Language
English (British)
Gender
Male
Age Range
-
Category
Audiobooks

Job Description

Hello. This project will be a buy-out for a language course for children. Authentic British only please. Seeking 2 10 year old boys to read for the part of Tom and Mark. Please see script below.

Thank you and good luck.

Mrs Phillips: Yes, Tom. It�s a computer. Turn on the computer, children.
Mrs Phillips: Look, children, look. Is this a computer or a television?
Mrs Phillips: Yes, Mark? Is it a computer or a television?

Mrs Phillips: Well done, Mark! Now, look at the computer screen, children! Tom, what�s this?
Mrs Phillips: Well done, Tom! Now, look at this.
Mrs Phillips: Is this a pen?
Mark: No! It�s a rubber!
Mrs Phillips: Is this a pen?
Mrs Phillips: Is this a pen?

Mrs Phillips: Very good! Now, Oh, no! (teacher looks confused) Where is my bag? Where is it?
Tom: Here is your bag.
Mrs Phillips: Thank you Tom!
Mrs Phillips: Now, look! This is a pen.

Mark: Is this a pen or a crayon?
Mrs Phillips: It�s a crayon, of course!
Mark: Oh, no! Look at my computer notebook!
Mrs Phillips: (Clicks his tongue, shakes his head, shakes his finger at Mark) No! No! (Mark looks sad) Mark! Is this a notebook, or a toy?
Mark: (sadly) It�s a notebook ...... (Children laugh and teacher shakes head wryly.)
(bell rings)
Mrs Phillips: Computer class is finished, children! Please turn off the computers. (Same sounds as before)
Mrs Phillips: Mark, please, �turn off� that crayon, too! (All laugh) Good-bye children!

Mark: Is this a computer or a television?

Tom: Is this a ruler?

a) Mrs Phillips: Is this a pen?
Mark: No! It�s a rubber!

b) Mark: Is this a pen or a crayon?

Mrs Phillips: Is this a pen?
Dialogue 2:
Mrs Phillips: Is this a computer or a television?
Mark: It�s a computer!
Dialogue 3:
Mrs Phillips: Is this a pen?
Dialogue 4:
Mrs Phillips: No! No! (Mark looks sad) Mark! Is this a notebook, or a toy?
Mark: (sadly)
It�s a notebook.

Mrs Phillips: Is this a pen?
Mark: Yes, it is.
Mrs Phillips: Is this a crayon?
Mark: No, it isn�t.
Mrs Phillips: Is that a ruler?
Tom: No, it isn�t.
Mrs Phillips: Is that a computer?
Tom: Yes, it is.

Mrs Phillips: It�s a crayon, of course!

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