Alice and Michal go out to see a movie together. But is it a date?
Directions: Look at the underlined expressions and try to guess what they mean.
Directions: 1) Read the conversation and choose the word that you think is best. 2) Listen and check your answers.
Oh. What do you fancy seeing?
There's"Must Love Dogs", a Rom-Com.
Oh I love romantic comedies, don't you?
Pride and Prejudice is on.
I adore period dramas.
You know all those fine ladies and gents from ages ago.
Long dresses and grand houses.
What kind of films do you like? Action? Adventure? Musicals?
Films about people living in the future on other planets.
Oh Sci-fi. Not really my thing!
Well what about "Nightmare on Elm Streets"?
They're showing that again here.
No thanks. Horror films don't do it for me.
Well why don't you choose?
No. You invited me out. You choose.
No. I insist.
Well that Rom-com was much better than I expected.
It was really romantic. Thank you.
Oh. It was my pleasure.
Would you like to do it again? Go out on another date with me?
Michal, that wasn't a date we were on there.
It wasn't? Oh, I thought it was.
No, we're just good friends.
Yes we are good friends. And
I'd like us to be better friends.
So I'm going to ask you, "Would you like to go out with me?"