(3 of 20) Wilbur looks for a new friend to play with.
[n] - noun, [v] - verb, [phv] - phrasal verb, [adj] - adjective, [exp] - expression
Directions: 1) Read the script and choose the verb form that best completes the sentence. 2) Listen again and check your answers.
Wilbur: Hi. My name's Wilbur. Anyone want to play? Anyone?
Wilbur: It's raining, you know. And you know what you get with rain?
Cows: Lightning. Typhoons. Cholera. Dysentery. Frizzy hair. That sad feeling.
Wilbur: No, mud!
Horse: What the heck is he doing now?
Wilbur: Hey, come on. You wanna join me? Come on! Let's go!
Sheep: Let's go, let's go, let's go!
Sheep: Let's not. How many times must I tell you? Just because we're sheep, it doesn't mean we have to follow. Think for yourselves.
Sheep: Yourselves. Quite right! Myself
Horse: Hey, kid, this is a barn. We don't play, we work. Some of us, anyway.
Sheep: "Some of us"? Are you implying, lke, that we don't work? Because we work bloody hard, thank you!
Horse: Hard? You grow hair!
Gussy: They’re at it again.
Wilbur: It's really slippery. That's the fun part!
Gussy: Little itty-bitty pig, could you come here, please? You said your name is Wilbur, right?
Wilbur: That's right. What's your name?
Wilbur: Gussy? Great name!
Gussy: Thank you, Wilbur. Now, you're so cute and pink, but you're wasting your time. These animals won't play.
Wilbur: What about you?
Gussy: Me? Well, I have to stay on my eggs.
Wilbur: Oh, wow! Look at that!
Gussy: Otherwise, of course, I'd love to play.
Wilbur: So, why can't you play?
Gander: Because what's good for the goose is good for the gander.
Wilbur: What about the rest of you? Don't any of you like to play?
Cow: Can't play on three empty stomachs.
Sheep: Well, for us there's this whole smell-of-wet-wool business. Ghastly!
Gussy: See? I'm afraid it's just not a play kind of place.
Wilbur: But you're all friends, right?
Gander: Oh, sure. We've been here together our whole lives.
Wilbur: I'm not so sure being in the same place is the same as being friends.