Occurring with a writer who write books about Australian animals

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New Comers
            - Hello, Sam!
            - Hi, Dan, nice to meet you.
            - Do you know that we have two new comers in our form?
            - Yes, at the interval I even have got acquainted with one of them.
            - Really, what interesting?! And what is his name?
            - His name is Robert Allen and he is very humorous. He was telling me a joke every minute.
            - What does he look like? And how old is he?
            - Robert is 13 years old - a slender, of medium height boy with green eyes and with a mole on the cheek. From my point of view, he will be the tidiest, cleanest and neatest person in the whole form. Furthermore he is very inventive.
            - Do you think that if he is well dressed, his character is good and that we will have a faithful pupil and friend?
            - However, …
            - Don’t worry. You’re luckier than me. Because Gary, who was talking with me at the interval was untidiest person I had ever seen. He is plump, even overweight 14 years old boy that is making such loud noises, imitating animals as a fool. But he seems to me very cheerful boy.
            - I saw him. If he is casually dressed, and with a turned up nose and freckles on the face.
            - Yes you are absolutely right Dan!
            - Sorry Sam, but do you know that the bell rings earlier this day than others?
            - Are you sure?
            - Yes, better if we finish our talk later. And know let’s go to our classroom and see the other pupils.
            - OK.

A World Of books
- Hello, Dan, glad to meet you!
- Hi Sam, haven’t seen you for ages. Where have you been? Let me see what book you’ve borrowed in the library.
- Oh, this is a great book, which contains a lot of fairy tales of Charles Dickens. And how about you, do you read books?
- You know I’m a very busy person and read books when I have freetime. From my point of view, why to read books whereas you can watch TV. You can widen your knowledge or get useful information in a few minutes.
- You are wrong. I know that TV programmes provide us with pictures and sound, but books are still a cheap way to get information and entertainment. And then for example a paperback novel is cheaper than an evening at the cinema of theatre. You can also keep a book forever and read it many times and every time.
- I agree with you, however it’s a problem for people that do not have time for reading the latest news from the newspaper. Practically when I have holidays and go to the library, instead of watching TV-set, I see a lot of books in it, and find it difficult to make a good choice.
- I can give you advise to read books that imdivssed your friends and which, in their opinion, are beautifully written or consult a librarian who maybe analyzed some chapters from the books. And also make a choice from book not for their pictures, its cover, however the table of contents. Always follow the rule, that basically you read to get information and for fun, not to while the time away.
- Hmm… Thanks for your help. I’ll follow your advice. I think that having a home library is a good and interesting idea, too. From my point of view, as I’m not a good reader, books in the home are a wonderful source of knowledge and pleasure, and some types of books should be in every home, such as: good dictionaries, that you can consult it any time you need to find some information; large encyclopedia again as the source of info, though it might be expensive; and of course an Geographical Atlas.
- In a word, what kind of books do you read or like to read at all? I think that most of all I like science fiction because it is about events that take a place in the future or in other universes.
- I’m sorry Dan, I’m in a hurry and promised to be at home at four o’clock, we might finish our talk later.
- Sure Sam. It was nice to talk with you, thank you for so interesting conversation.
- I’ll phone you as soon as possible, bye!
- Good Bye!
Australia
            - Ooo, Sam – what brings you here? Hello, haven’t seen you for ages.
- Hi, Dan. Glad to meet you too! I think the last time I saw you was at school, when we had an evening with our class.
- Yes, you are right… Many years have passed since then. I’ve heard that your family left Estonia for Australia.
- We went there at once after I finished a school. But how do you know that?
- It doesn’t matter! Tell me, how are you doing.
- I’m fine. You know… 
- And how is it there in Australia?
- Every person that I’ve met ask me the same question.
- It is because not every one has been to Australia.
- You know Australia is an unique country. First, because its nature strikes with its view. Wild animals are everywhere. Big extraordinary species of birds and animals. A kangaroo, a duckbill, an emu, anteater and koala, eucalyptus and wild dog – dingo, and a huge buffalo: these animals are the only ones it once on the Earth (planet). Huge deserts… the Great Sand and the Victoria, the Gibson desert… and the temperature is higher than 30 degrees above zero.
- Really?! It is very hot. As I know the hottest summer temperature in Estonia is nearly 29 above zero.
- Don’t compare?! Australia is sometimes called “the upside down world”. Can you guess why?
- Hmm… Let me think!
- Don’t try, - because the continent lies in the Southern Hemisphere, where winter comes in July and summer begins in December.
- And what people do during the Christmas holidays?
- To your surprise they often sunbathe on the beach or swim and surf in the ocean.
- From my point of view, if I’ve been a geograph I’d called Australia the hottest place in the hole World.
- If it is you’d became a bad geograph. But if you said that this continent is the hottest place in the Southern Hemisphere you’d been absolutely right as the summer temperature in Egypt (Africa) is nearly 45 degrees above zero.
- You called me fool, however I know something about Australia at all…
- And for example? (laughing)
- …Tasmania. Let’s talk about Tasmania. To the best of my geography knowledge, Tasmania is the island state which one of the few places in Australia that have enough rain all year. The island is Australia’s leading producer of pears and berries of different kinds. Potatoes are also grown in some areas. And Tasmania is sometimes called the orange isle because it produces most of Australian oranges.
- Ha ha ha…
- What are you laughing at? (angry)
- Don’t become angry. Relax. You are wrong about producing oranges. The main product is apples and the isle is sometimes called the apple isle. But don’t make our talk become a quarrel.
- OK.
- Better, - if you can, of course - , show me the town which I haven’t seen for many years.
Collecting Coins and Sports
- Hi, Dan, nice to meet you (haven’t seen you for ages). Are you busy today? How about playing table tennis at 5 o’clock? There is a new club near our town castle.
- That’s a good idea. I’ve heard about your interest in   sports, especially – in tennis. But why did you choose this kind of sport as a hobby? From my point of view playing tennis doesn’t involve much knowledge.
- No, you are mistaken. We have a lot of competitions in different cities or even countries.
And during our pastime we always go sightseeing and visit many different places: museums, exhibitions, art galleries. You can see how much knowledge we get, learning the history of a country, its customs (traditions) and culture.
- And where have you been with your team?
- For example last week our club’s team took part in the Euro-championship in Finland, where people from many parts of Europe participated. There were Swedish, Finnish, German and French, even Chinese teams and many others. Of course we spent much time at the competitions, however, we could go to the famous Finnish National Art Gallery, where I was able to see the paintings and sculptures of well-known artists and different work of art of their country. And I can tell you that I was full of unforgettable imdivssions.
            - Tastes differ. As for me, I like indoor activities most of all.
- What sort of activities? I mean, do you have a special hobby?
- Yes, collecting coins. I have a big collection of coins. All of them are dated from the ancient times. Each can tell you about famous people, and you get acquainted with many Kings and Queens and other well known person. You can get much knowledge from this kind of  hobby.
- And what is so interesting in it? I think it’s very boring and just a waste of time!      - Just have a look! Have you ever seen this American coin? It is very rare and expensive. The coin is old, - dated by the 1815 (year). There is a famous Queen on its front side and wise phrases on its back. This is the best copy of my collection. I’m very proud of it, because it consist of nearly 1000 coins.
- Well now I see that you have neatly labelled and counted each coin. But does this hobby involve any physical activity? For example sport is a physical activity. As I’ve been playing it for 6 years, I have become fit, healthy, and I practically never get (feel) ill.
- OK. Let’s say all hobbies are interesting. For some people it is a pleasure to collect coins, for others sport is a hobby.
- Yes, you are right. Oh, I’m sorry, but I have to run. I promised to be at home at five. Bye!
- It was nice to talk to you! Bye!
Collecting Stamps and Sports
            - Hi, I haven't seen you for ages. Please come in and have a seat. I'll show you my new stamps. I bought them when I was in Tallinn last time. You know that I’ve got a great collection of stamps. And I'm very proud of it.
            - I've heard about your interest in collecting stamps. But why did you choose such a boring hobby? It seems to me it is just a waste of time to look at the same stamps time after time.
            - Of course not, you are mistaken. We learn a lot from stamps. They can tell you all about the history of different countries, people and you get acquainted with new species of plants, animals, insects. Collecting stamps is very popular with people of all ages and it is very interesting.
            Just have a look! This German stamp is very rare and will cost a fortune one day. All these stamps are very old, they are dated from the year 1930. My favorite section in my collection is famous people. If I don't know the person on a stamp I always try to find information about him in books.
            - I see that you have neatly labeled every page and every section in your collection. But don't you think that your hobby doesn't make you healthier and stronger?
            You know, my hobby is tennis. I can spend the whole day on the tennis court. I've been playing tennis for 4 years and since then I have become fit, healthy and with a lots of energy, I practically never feel ill.
            - I'd like to say that tastes differ. Of course I agree that collecting stamps doesn't involve physical activity but I learn a lot and get much knowledge, when I devote most of  my free time to collecting stamps. Can you become more intelligent playing tennis?
            - Of course I can. You know that we have a lot of competitions in different cities or even countries.
            During your free time we always go sightseeing and visit different museums and exhibitions. You can see of that we learn a lot about the history, culture and traditions of different countries.
            Only a month ago our team took part in the championship in Moscow. Of course we spend much time on courts but also we could go to the Tretjakov Gallery where I was able to see the paintings of famous artists. And I can tell you that I was full of unforgettable imdivssions.
            - Let's say all hobbies are interesting. For some people it is pleasure to collect stamps, for other sport is a hobby.
            - Yes, you are right. Oh, I'm sorry, but I promised my mum to be at home at 5 o'clock. I have to run. Bye!
            - It was nice to talk with you! Bye!
English-Speaking Countries
- Hi, Sam! Glad to meet you. Where have you been? I haven’t seen you for ages.
            - I have travelled around the USA.
            - Around the USA? Wow! Great! Some people are luckier than others. Did you enjoy sightseeing in this huge country? Did you like it?
            - Yes, it was really wonderful, - unforgettable imdivssions.
We’ve been to their national library and learned the USA history. And now I know everything about its customs, traditions and history.
And what have you been doing all this time?
            - I’ve been on a trip to Great Britain, - to the land of Kings and Queens. My knowledge of the British history has increased.
            For example, do you know why this country is called Britain?
            - No, that’s very interesting. Can you tell me?
            - Sure. It was called Britain because the tribes of the first people who lived on the island were called Britons; so Britain was the land of the Britons.
            - But the name of the USA isn’t connected with American tribes. On the contrary, one of the first settlers were English.
            The group of people who had decided to make homes for themselves in the new land across the ocean, believing that they would have a better life there, left England for America. After a stormy voyage across the Atlantic ocean on board the “Mayflower” ship early settlers, reached new land, built their first colonies and were called colonists. The prosperous colonies grew bigger and bigger, but were ruled by England for a long time.
            - And what happened then? Didn’t they want to become independent?
            - Yes, In 1776 the 13 young American colonies united and began a war against England for freedom and independence (the war was called the War of Independence) , which they won, a new country was born which became the United States of America.
            - Ooh! How interesting! However, the UK development absolutely differs from what you have said.
            - Really?
            - Yes, In the 5th century some tribes from the northern part of the continent of Europe landed in Britain. They were Angels, the Saxons and the Jutes, who were wild and fearless people. They settled down in the land they had conquered and became the forefathers of the people of England and part of Scotland. Several states were formed; one of them was east Anglia, the land where the Angels lived. Some time later the people began to call the whole of the southern part of the country the land of the Angels (Angle Land) , which became England.
            - And in 1066 the Normans, people who came from the north of France, conquered England. As the years passed, the Normans and the Anglo-Saxons formed the English people.
            - How do you know that?!
            - From the school lessons, when we learned the history of the UK.
            OK. But what about the wars. Were there any?
            - Sure there were many of them, when little by little England became the strongest of all the states on the British Isles. In the 15th century it conquered Wales. And in general there were many wars between England and Scotland until in 1707, when they were united under one king, and became the powerful state. Its name has been Great Britain since then.
            - O, I’m sorry, but I have to run. I must divpare for a school exam that I have at 5 o’clock today.
            - OK, see you later, bye!
            - Bye.
Feeling Good At School
- Hello, Dan.
- Hi, Sam. Well, how do you feel at your new school?
- You know, there are some things that I’m satisfied and to the contrary disappointed with.
- Yeah!? What do you mean talking in that way? Can you explain me all in details?
- All right. You know, I’d like it at all. Educational level is high, what is very important nowadays, teachers are well knowledgeable and kind in all ways, however still give us a lot of homework, pupils are very easygoing, gentle and thoughtful.
- However, with what thing does your upset related? Maybe it’s the whole conditions that environ you: for example the manner of coloring walls in classrooms or disliked design of desks; otherwise perhaps you’ve no acquaintances with your classmates and neighbors?
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