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-====== English Teaching Theatre - Unit 01 - Tea Break ====== 
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-http://e-repa.ru/speech-practice/conversation-practice/tea-break/tea-break.html 
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-<poem> 
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-Scene A rehearsal room in a theatre Characters Five actors taking a tea break: Tom, Jerry, Jane, Martin, Sara 
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-**Jerry** All right. That’s enough. It’s time for a cup of tea. 
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-**Tom** Oh, good. A cup of tea. I can’t wait. 
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-//Jerry, Jane, Martin and Sara sit down. There is no chair for Tom.// 
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-**Jane** OK, Tom, make the tea. 
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-**Tom** Me? 
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-**Sara** Yes, make the tea. 
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-**Tom** Make the tea? Me? 
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-**Jane** Why not? 
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-**Tom** All right. What do I have to do? I mean, how do you make tea? 
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-**Jerry** Huh! He doesn’t know how to make tea! 
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-**Tom** OK, Jerry. How do you make tea? 
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-**Jerry** Er...I don’t know. 
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-//The others laugh.// 
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-**Martin** Listen, Tom - it’s easy. Put some water in the kettle. 
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-**Sara** Put the kettle on the stove. 
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-**Jane** Light a match. 
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-**Martin** Turn on the gas. 
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-**Sara** And light the gas. 
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-**Jane** Then put some tea in the teapot - 
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-**Tom** It sounds a bit complicated. 
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-**Jane** Oh, come on! It’s easy! 
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-**Martin** Listen, Tom. You don’t have to make the tea. 
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-**Tom** Oh, good. 
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-**Martin** You can get some from the cafe. 
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-**Tom** Oh. OK. See you later. 
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-//Tom goes towards the door.// 
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-**Jerry** Wait a minute! 
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-**Tom** What? 
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-**Jane** You don’t know what we want yet. 
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-**Tom** Oh, yes. Sorry. What do you all want? Sara? 
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-**Sara** I’d like a cup of tea - with no milk and no sugar. 
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-**Tom** One tea - no milk, no sugar. Jane? 
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-//Jane I’d like a cup of tea - with lots of milk and no sugar.// 
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-**Tom** Lots of milk - no tea. Right. 
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-**Jane** No sugar! 
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-**Tom** No sugar. Right. Jerry? 
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-**Jerry** I'd like a lemon tea and a big cream cake. 
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-**Tom** A lemon cake and a cream tea. 
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-**Jerry** Careful! 
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-**Tom** What do you want, Martin? 
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-**Martin** A whisky and soda. 
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-**Tom** With milk and sugar? 
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-**Martin** Of course. 
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-//Tom wants to check the orders.// 
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-**Tom** OK. Let me get this right. Sara, you want a cup of tea, with no milk and no sugar. 
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-**Sara** Yes. Oh...No. On second thoughts, I think I’d prefer coffee. 
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-**Tom** Coffee. 
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-**Sara** Yes, a cup of coffee - with milk and sugar. 
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-**Tom** Right. So - it's one coffee with milk and sugar, and one tea with milk and sugar. 
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-**Jane** No sugar! 
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-**Tom** No sugar. Right. Jerry, you want a lemon tea and a big cream cake. 
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-**Jerry** That’s right. 
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-**Tom And Martin** - you want a whisky and soda. 
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-**Martin** With milk and sugar. 
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-**Tom** With milk and sugar. Right OK. See you in a minute. 
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-//Tom leaves. Very soon, he comes back.// 
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-**Tom** Right. Here you are. One coffee and soda, one whisky and cream, one lemon and milk, and one big sugar cake. All right? 
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-**Jane** Martin? 
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-**Martin** Yes? 
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-**Jane** Go and make some tea. 
-</poem> 
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