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    Unit 1: FRIENDSHIP
    Lan’s Talk
    My best friend is Ha. We’ve been friends for a long time. We used to live in Nguyen Cong Tru Residential in Hanoi. Her family moved to Haiphong in 1985. It is said that Haiphong people are cold, but Ha is really, really friendly. I started to get to know her when I was going on a two-day trip to Do Son last year and I didn’t know anybody there. I gave Ha a ring and she was so friendly, she said, “Oh, I’ll come to visit you.” So she rode on her motorbike to Do Son and twenty minutes later she was there. She stayed with me for two days. She happened to know a lot of people there, so she introduced me around, and we’ve been best friends ever since.
    Long’s Talk
    My best friend is Minh. We met in college. I was there singing and Minh was a guitarist. So we worked together a lot. Minh has a great sense of humour, he’s very, very funny, and that’s one of my favourite things about him. And over the years, we have been through good times and bad times with each other, and that’s one of the things I like best about him. And we have a lot of the same interests. We like to go to plays and movies together. But when we’re going through a rough time, he’s really a good friend, and he’s a very good listener, and he always helped me through.

    Unforgettable Experiences
    Interviewer: This is Radio 3. In our “Unforgettable Experiences” programme tonight we talk to Christina, a successful businesswoman. Hello Christina, welcome to our programme.
    Christina: Hello and thank you! It’s nice being with you tonight.
    Interviewer: Christina, could you tell our audience about the most memorable experience in your life?
    Christina: Well, my most unforgettable experience happened thirteen years ago, when my house burned down.
    Interviewer: Really? How did it happen?
    Christina: The fire started in the kitchen where I forgot to turn off the gas stove.
    Interviewer: What were you doing at that time?
    Christina: I was sleeping when I was suddenly woken up by terrible heat. I opened my eyes to find myself surrounded by walls of fire.
    Interviewer: That’s terrible! How did you escape?
    Christina: I was terrified. Then I heard my mother’s voice calling my name. I rushed to her. She carried me out. Luckily, I got away without even a minor burn.
    Interviewer: Not many people are so lucky. Did the fire affect you in any way?
    Christina: Oh, yes. Yes, very much, in fact. Although I lost many things in the fire, the experience helped me grow up.
    Interviewer: What do you mean?
    Christina: Well, before the fire, I was selfish. I always complained to my mother about how small my room was, or how few clothes I had. Then the fire came and destroyed everything we owned. But I slowly began to realize that I didn’t really need my odd things. I just needed my family. After all, you can get new clothes anytime, but a family can never be replaced.
    Interviewer: I see, so the fire took many things from you, but it gave you some thing, too.
    Christina: Exactly. It taught me to appreciate my family more than things.
    Unit 3: A PARTY
    Mai is my neighbor. She turned 16 recently and her parents held a birthday party for her. I was one of those invited.
    The party began at about three in the afternoon. There were about twenty of us gathering in Mai’s house. She didn’t like having the party at a restaurant because it is noisy and expensive.
    We gave presents to Mai and she happily opened them. It must really be exciting to receive all those presents. After that Mai’s mother served us soft drinks and biscuits. We then listened to music and played cards. The winners were given prizes. At about four thirty Mai’s mother brought out the birthday cake. It was beautifully decorated with pink and white icing. Sixteen colourful candles sat in the middles of the cake. We all clapped our hands eagerly and sang “Happy Birthday” as she blew out the candles and cut the cake. We helped ourselves to slices of the delicious cake and sang all the songs that we knew.
    Finally at about six in the evening the party came to an end. We were all tired but happy. The parents of other children came to collect them by motorbikes. I helped Mai and her mother clean up the mess we had made. After that I walked home, which was only three doors away.
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