Peter: What would you like to eat, Edith? Edith: A meat sandwich. Peter: Jean? Would you like a meat sandwich or a cheese sandwich? Jean: A cheese sandwich, please, Peter. Waiter: Good evening. Peter: Good evening. We’ll have one meat sandwich and two cheese sandwiches. Edith: And three teas, please! Waiter: (writing down the order) One meat sandwich … two cheese sandwiches … and … three teas.
1. Найдите и выпишите совпадающие синтагмы (фразы) в диалоге первого издания 1982 г. (см. выше) с диалогом третьего издания 2006 г. (см. ниже)
<poem> CHRISTINA: What would you like to eat, Peter? The cheese sandwiches are the cheapest. PETER: Er … mmm … oh, a cheese sandwich, please, Christina. CHRISTINA: Cheese … mmm … Janine? Would you like a beef sandwich or a cheese sandwich? JANINE: A cheese sandwich, please. PETER: What about you, Christina? Would you like cheese or beef? WAITRESS: Are you all ready to order? What would you like to eat? CHRISTINA: Er, we'll have one beef sandwich, two cheese sandwiches and, mmm, tea for me. JANINE: Tea for me, please. PETER: Yes, make that three teas, please. WAITRESS: (writing down the order) One beef sandwich, two cheese sandwiches and three teas. </poem>
2. Сравните тонограммы выписанных совпадающих фраз.