2.19 Marie Flirting

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Published: 1.22.2017
Level 2   |   Time: 2:24
Accent: American
Source: Top Notch TV

Marie finds a clever way to get a handsome actor's phone number.


    

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

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  • a mobile [n] - a cell phone
  • the rest of his things [exp] - all of his other things
  • Would you be so kind as to... [exp] - Would you please...

[n] - noun,  [exp] - expression


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Marie Cheryl
Marie Cheryl
  • Marie and Cheryl work in a travel agency.
  • They are having lunch together.

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  1. What is the man name?
    David Little
    David Doolittle
    David Doo

  2. What is the man's job?
    He's a waiter.
    He's an actor.
    He's a doctor.

  3. What things did the man leave at his table?
    his hat
    his gloves
    his glasses
    his keys
    his wallet
    his cell phone

  4. What is the first thing that Marie returns to the man?
    his keys
    his wallet
    his hat

  5. What is the second thing that Marie returns to the man?
    his gloves
    his glasses
    his cell phone

  6. What does the man look for?
    his wallet
    his cell phone
    his keys

  7. What does the man give to Marie?
    his cell phone
    his phone number
    his picture


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Directions: 1) Read the conversation and choose the best word (pronoun or adjective) to complete the sentence. 2) Listen and check your answers.

  • I can’t believe I’m eating this.
  • I can’t believe you are eating it either.
  • You know, that man looks like someone I know. That man just left something at his table.
  • That’s David Doolittle... the actor! He left his hat. And his gloves. And his cell phone. And his keys. Hold these.
  • What are you doing?
  • I’m giving (him) back (his) hat.
  • What about these?
  • Sir! Excuse me, sir! Is this hat (yours) ?
  • That’s (mine) , yes. Thank you. Did I leave it here?
  • I saw it under (your) table.
  • Thanks again.
  • You’re welcome.
  • If you don’t give (him) back the rest of (his) things, I will.
  • Just wait. Sir! Excuse me, sir!
  • Yes?
  • Are these gloves (yours) ?
  • Yes, they’re (mine) . I’m forgetting everything, aren’t I?
  • Aren’t you David Doolittle?
  • Well, I am, yes.
  • I’m Marie LePage. I’m a big fan.
  • Thank you. And thanks for these.
  • My pleasure. Mr. Doolittle?
  • What would I do without (you) ? You know, I’m missing (my) mobile. Have you seen it?
  • I don’t see it under (your) table.
  • Well, I’m in a hurry. If you do find it, would you be so kind as to call (me) at (my) office?
  • I’d be happy to.
  • Thank you. Bye.
  • I have David Doolittle’s phone number. And (his) cell phone.


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Cheryl: I can’t believe I’m eating this.
Marie: I can’t believe you are eating it either.
Cheryl: You know, that man looks like someone I know. That man just left something at his table.
Marie: That’s David Doolittle . . . the actor! He left his hat. And his gloves. And his cell phone. And his keys. Hold these.
Cheryl: What are you doing?
Marie: I’m giving him back his hat.
Cheryl: What about these?
Marie: Sir! Excuse me, sir! Is this hat yours?
Doolittle: That’s mine, yes, thank you. Did I leave it here?
Marie: I saw it under your table.
Doolittle: Thanks again.
Marie: You’re welcome.
Cheryl: If you don’t give him back the rest of his things, I will.
Marie: Just wait. Sir! Excuse me, sir!
Doolittle: Yes?
Marie: Are these gloves yours?
Doolittle: Yes, they’re mine. I’m forgetting everything, aren’t I?
Marie: Aren’t you David Doolittle?
Doolittle: Well, I am, yes.
Marie: I’m Marie LePage. I’m a big fan.
Doolittle: Thank you. And thanks for these.
Marie: My pleasure. Mr. Doolittle?
Doolittle: What would I do without you? You know, I’m missing my mobile. Have you seen it?
Marie: I don’t see it under your table.
Doolittle: Well, I’m in a hurry. If you do find it, would you be so kind as to call me at my office?
Marie: I’d be happy to.
Doolittle: Thank you. Bye.
Marie: I have David Doolittle’s phone number. And his cell phone.



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