Helen is in love with Michal, but how does he feel about her?
Directions: Look at the underlined expressions and try to guess what they mean.
Directions: 1) Read the conversation and choose the word or phrase that you think is best. 2) Listen and check your answers.
Directions: Look at what Michal says and decide if each sentence is correct. If it is not correct, how can you fix it?
Hello. Helen. It's mum here. How are you my dear? Studying hard?
You know how much your degree means to your father and me.
I was studying before you phoned me.
Listen, I need your advice.
I'm in love, but he doesn't even notice me.
He only has eyes for Alice. What can I do?
Love! Love! There's plenty of time for that later.
Get your head out of the clouds and back into your books! Do you hear me?
Yes. Yes mum.
Oh not so loud! My head's killing me.
I'm feel awful! I've got a pain stomach. My head hurts.
Welcome to your first British hangover, Michal.
What you need now is a good fry up.
Oh morning Helen. You look as bad as I feel. Have you been crying?
No no. Of course not. Just burning the midnight oil. Studying studying studying.
So who's for eggs, beans and toast?
You really are a pain in the neck sometimes, Tim!