(5 of 20) While Wilbur is looking for someone to play with in the barn, he finally meets his new best friend Charlotte.
[n] - noun, [v] - verb, [phv] - phrasal verb, [adj] - adjective, [exp] - expression
Directions: 1) Read the script and choose the question form that best completes the sentence. 2) Listen again and check your answers.
Wilbur: Good night. Good night. Good night!
Charlotte: Good night.
Wilbur: Huh? Who said that? Who are you? Where are you? Are you invisible?
Charlotte: No, I'm nocturnal, which means I work at night, when you should be sleeping. Now, I need to concentrate, so, good night.
Wilbur: But I can't sleep now! Please, tell me who you are. I'm just really lonely.
Charlotte: So I've seen. Look, you seem like a very nice pig, so I'll tell you what. If you go to sleep right now and let me work, we can converse tomorrow.
Charlotte: I think your word was "chat."
Wilbur: Oh. Great! All right.
Wilbur: Good night. Good night. Good night. Good night.
Wilbur: Come on. Come on. Just a little further. I'm speaking to whoever spoke to me last night.
Charlotte: I suppose that would be me.
Wilbur: Okay. I can't see you.
Charlotte: Up here, in the corner. The other corner.
Wilbur: I'm sorry. I still can't see you.
Charlotte: Move a little closer. I'll come down.
Wilbur: Oh. Hi. You're a...
Horse: Look, I've got a long day ahead of me and I'm trying to get a little... Spider! Spider! Get it away from me! Get it away! Get it away!
Sheep: All right, keep your distance there.
Gander: That thing is creepy.
Gussy: Golly! You're not being rude, are you?
Gander: No, no, no. I meant "creepy" in a nice way. You know, creepy good.
Cow: They eat their menfolk, you know.
Cow: I know!
Charlotte: Well? Still want to chat, or are you going to join them?