Project 6060 – Lesson 21
Where are you going on holiday?
I am seventeen years old and I live with my father, mother, and brother in London. Like all other school children, I go to an English school from Monday to Friday, but on Saturdays I go with my brother to the Rustam Iranian School in North London and study the Persian language. Fortunately, our school is nearby and we walk there, but at home time my mother comes for us with the car.
I have lots of friends at the Iranian school. My best friend, Nick, goes to that same school. His original name is Nikan. We speak Persian together. My friend Nick and I love music. Nick has an electric guitar and plays guitar in a band. Their group is called The Black Cherries. They have loads of fans. I like their songs too.
Le samedi, je vais à l’école iranienne
Los sábados voy a la escuela iraní
Translation of Dialogue 1
Maryam: Hi Nik, how are you?
Nik: Hi Maryam. I’m fine. How are you?
Maryam: I’m not bad either. By the way, how was the concert last night?
Nik: It was really good. We have planned something for next week too. Are you coming?
Maryam: What day?
Nik: Friday from 7 o’clock till 9.
Maryam: Yeah definitely. I’ll ask my mum today.
Nik: It’s no problem. I’ll tell your mum myself. You can totally come with them. I’ll get tickets for all of you.
Maryam: Thanks a lot.
Traduction de Dialogue 1
Traducción de Diálogo 1
Translation of Dialogue 2
Mrs Rad: Hop on board, kids.
Maryam: Hi Mum.
Nik: Hi Mrs Rad
Mrs Rad: Hi. How was your Persian class?
Nik: It was really good.
Maryam: Mum, Nik’s got a concert next week.
Mrs Rad: What day?
Nik: Friday, Mrs Rad. It would be great if you could come too. I’m getting tickets for you all.
Mrs Rad: No, we wouldn’t want to be a bother. But Maryam will come.
Nik: You should definitely come too. I’d be really pleased.
Mrs Rad: Alright.
Maryam: Oh great!
Traduction de Dialogue 2
Traducción de Diálogo 2