Marie and Cheryl quiz Bob on his grooming and hygiene habits.
[n] - noun, [adj] - adjective, [exp] - expression
Directions: 1) Choose the determiner that you think best fits the sentence. 2) Listen again and check your answers.
Marie: Cheryl, your hair looks gorgeous.
Cheryl: Thank you! I have a new shampoo—Bright ’n Clean.
Marie: I’d like to try it. Did you find it at the drugstore?
Cheryl: No, I bought it at my salon on Friday. I’ll pick some up for you next time I’m there.
Marie: Great, thanks!
Cheryl: Would you like some too, Bob?
Bob: I have shampoo, thanks.
Cheryl: But mine will make your hair softer and cleaner-smelling.
Bob: Uh, thanks, but no thanks.
Marie: Come on, Bob, don’t you care about how you look?
Bob: Of course I do. I shampoo, shower, and shave every day.
Marie: That’s all?
Bob: Is there more to do?
Marie: Don’t you use any skin care products—body lotion or skin cream?
Bob: No. Should I?
Marie: If you want your skin to stay young and healthy. Do you use any conditioner?
Bob: That’s for women.
Cheryl: Lots of men use it, too.
Marie: Sure. Women like men who take care of their appearance.
Bob: Really? OK. Well, what else should I do? You don’t want me to wear makeup, do you? Lipstick, mascara, eye shadow . . .
Cheryl: No. But how about a manicure? I’m serious. Look at your nails. They’re a mess.
Bob: Men get manicures?
Marie: Many do, yes.
Cheryl: We can give you one right here.
Cheryl: Piece of cake.
Bob: Well . . . OK.
Cheryl: Great. Then we can talk about your haircut, facial and face-lift!