Alice brings a cat into the flat.
Directions: Look at the underlined expressions and try to guess what they mean.
Directions: 1) Read the conversation and choose the preposition 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?
I'm going to see a film tonight. Will anyone like to come with me?
Oh I'd love to Michal, but I have to iron all these shirts for Tim.
Look, why don't you go with Michal, and I'll iron the shirts.
Oh Helen. That's so kind of you.
But don't you want to go to the cinema too?
Yes, but I need to study.
I'll do the shirts, phone the landlord about keeping the cat, and then I'll hit the books.
Oh thanks. We owe you.
Oh cat, what could I do? They seem made for each other.
Hi dad. It's Helen.
Hello my dear. How are you?
Studying hard as ever, dad.
Can I ask you something as our landlord?
Our lease says that we're not allowed animals in the flat.
Well, is there a way that we could get around that?
You see Alice found this kitten, and everyone really wants to keep her.
You have a cat in my flat? Oh Helen! Why can't you ever obey the rules?
Oh dad, please! Won't you bend them for me? Please!
Just this once.
Did you hear what I just heard? She called the landlord dad. What a dark horse there is.