FM.2 Out for a Drink

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Published: 9.27.2019
Level 2   |   Time: 1:23
Accent: British
Source: BBC Flatmates

The flatmates take Michal to a pub for drinks.


    

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  1. REVIEW the background.
  2. WATCH the video.
  3. ANSWER the questions.
  4. CHECK your answers. (Show Answers)

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Alice Tim Helen Michal
Alice Tim Helen Michal
  • Tim, Alice, Michal and Helen are all flatmates (roommates).
  • XXX

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  1. Who will pay for the drinks?
    Alice
    Tim
    Helen

  2. What does Michal want to drink first?
    Orange juice
    Beer
    Gin & tonic

  3. What does Tim want Michal to drink?
    Orange juice
    Beer
    Gin & tonic

  4. What does Tim order?
    Orange juice
    Beer
    Gin & tonic

  5. Why does Alice think that Michal is being so kind?
    Michal likes Alice.
    Michal likes Helen.
    Michal is being polite.

  6. Why does Helen want to go back to the flat?
    She feels tired.
    She doesn't like to drink.
    She has to study.

  7. Who will pay for the drinks next?
    Alice
    Tim
    Helen


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Directions: Look at the underlined expressions and try to guess what they mean.

  1. It is your round..
    You are drinking too much.
    It is your turn to buy drinks.
    You are too close.

  2. Why not try a pint of bitter.
    a glass of beer
    a bowl of chips
    a cup of coffee

  3. I'll have a G & T .
    gin & tonic
    glass of tea
    good taste

  4. Don't be daft.
    jealous
    crazy
    funny

  5. I've got loads of studying to do.
    some
    a little
    a lot of


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Directions: 1) Read the conversation and choose the XX (XX) that you think is best. 2) Listen and check your answers.

  • It's your round Alice.
  • What? Again? All right. What do you all want?
  • (An) orange juice please.
  • (The) same for me too.
  • Oh come on Michal. You're not in (Ø) Poland now. Why not try (a) traditional pint of English bitter.
  • Ok then.
  • And the usual for me - (a) G&T, love.
  • Ok.
  • Don't call Alice love.
  • Why not? Isn't she lovely?
  • Michal, what do you think?

  • She's (Ø) beautiful!
  • What's wrong with you?
  • Nothing. You know I think Michal really likes you.
  • Don't be daft. He's only being polite.
  • Do you think so?
  • Yes. And why are you so interested all of (a) sudden?
  • No no reason really. Look, I've got to get back to (the) flat. I've got loads of studying to do.
  • Oh relax. (The) books can wait. Tim's buying (the) next round. What do you want?


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It's your round Alice.
What? Again? All right. What do you all want?
An orange juice please.
The same for me too.
Oh come on Michal. You're not in Poland now. Why not try a traditional pint of English bitter.
Ok then.
And the usual for me - a G&T, love.
Ok.
Don't call Alice love.
Why not? Isn't she lovely?
Michal, what do you think?

She's beautiful!
What's wrong with you?
Nothing. You know I think Michal really likes you.
Don't be daft. He's only being polite.
Do you think so?
Yes. And why are you so interested all of a sudden?
No no reason really. Look, I've got to get back to the flat. I've got loads of studying to do.
Oh relax. The books can wait. Tim's buying the next round. What do you want?


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FM.1 Welcome Michal
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FM.3 Helen in Love
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