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Harjoitus 6. Kuuntele onnettomuuspaikalla käyty keskustelu ja merkitse ovatko alla olevat väittämät totta (true) vai tarua (false).

D1: Driver one (female)
D2: Driver two (male)

D1: Are you ok?
D2: I don’t know… I think so… but I feel a little strange. I have dizziness and my head hurts.
D1: It could be a concussion. My head hurts, too.
D2: Maybe we both have it. Should we call an ambulance?
D1: I think so. And we need the police, too.
D2: That’s right, we need to fill out the accident report.
D1: There is a small dent in your bumper.
D2: Oh well, my car is quite old so it doesn’t really matter.
D1: Hey, you’re bleeding a little. We need to call the ambulance right away.
D2: Yes, let’s do that. And don’t forget to ask for the police!

  1. Mieskuljettajan niskaan särkee.

    True

    False

  2. Molemmilla kuljettajilla on aivotärähdyksen oireita.

    True

    False

  3. Onnettomuuspaikalla tarvitaan myös poliisia.

    True

    False

  4. Mieskuljettaja suuttuu kolhusta autonsa puskurissa.

    True

    False

  5. Naiskuljettaja vuotaa verta.

    True

    False

Everyday English Starter

Unit 1This is me

Unit 2This is my family

Unit 3These are my things

Unit 4This is my day

Unit 5These are my hobbies

Unit 6This is my home

Unit 7This is my weekend trip – at a restaurant

Everyday English 1

Unit 1You have one new message

Unit 2Nice to hear from you!

Unit 3Welcome to Finland!

Unit 4Dinner is ready!

Unit 5Porvoo is a lovely town!

Unit 6All packed for Stockholm!

Unit 7I’d like the special of the day

Unit 8It’s a cottage tradition

Everyday English 2

Unit 1Who is this, please?

Unit 2Keep it a surprise!

Unit 3Passports, please!

Unit 4Did you both sleep well?

Unit 5I just hurt my ankle!

Unit 6I have a question for you

Unit 7You’re hired!

Unit 8You look exactly the same!