Tuesday, May 23, 2006


May 22, In The News.

Hello everybody and sorry about last week. We got a little busy around here at Olympus English School. Last time, we gave you that homework about Tom's ultra sound. How did it go? Here is the text:

"Responding to actor Tom Cruise's purchase of an ultrasound machine to monitor his fiancee's fetus, California lawmakers voted on Thursday to restrict sales of the machines."

"In an interview with ABC's Barbara Walters last year, Cruise said he bought a sonogram machine for then-pregnant fiancee Katie Holmes. Concerned lawmakers feared other private citizens might do the same and possibly misuse the machines."

Now, try another one and see what you can come up with. Good luck.

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Wednesday, May 10, 2006


May 8, 2006 In The News

Hello everyone and welcome back from our Golden Week vacation. Did everyone get last weeks homework? Here is the English for it.

A boring phone conversation prompted an emergency alert when a German man nodded off while talking to his girlfriend, authorities said.

The 42-year-old man in the southern city of Nuremberg was on the phone to his partner Sunday when he fell into a doze.

The woman became alarmed when he stopped speaking and called him back several times, only to get a busy signal. Then she called the police.

Fearing the worst, the emergency services dispatched a police car to the man's house, followed by the fire brigade and an ambulance.

"When the whole crew pulled up in full force, sirens blaring, the man opened the door in a daze," a police spokesman said.

The man explained the silence at his end of the line to officers at the scene: a cat-nap during a lull in the conversation.

Now, here is another challenge for everyone out there. Good luck. Click here.

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