Paul, Cheryl, Marie and Bob try to decide what to do on the weekend.
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Directions: 1) Choose the preposition that you think best fits the sentence. 2) Listen again and check your answers.
Bob: Do you guys want to go out this weekend? There’s a great movie playing at the Glenwood.
Paul: A rock concert sounds better to me.
Cheryl: I’d love to see a play.
Marie: How about an opera?
Bob: OK. There’s a rock concert Saturday night at 8:00 p.m. Blue City is playing.
Paul: Blue City. I love them! Sounds good.
Cheryl: Not my style.
Marie: I don’t like rock.
Bob: OK. There’s a play tonight at midnight at the Second Avenue Theater. It’s called Conversations with Food.
Cheryl: Sounds great!
Marie: At midnight? That’s way past my bedtime.
Paul: No, thanks.
Bob: OK. Carmen is playing at the City Opera. 8:00 p.m.
Marie: Great! How much are the tickets? You’re kidding!
Cheryl: No way.
Bob: Great! It’s a movie then! A Time To Run is playing at the Glenwood at 7:00 p.m.
Waitress: A Time To Run? Oh, don’t go to that. It’s just awful.
Bob: OK. How about You Only Live Once? It’s playing at the Kendall, also at 7:00 p.m.
Waitress: It’s terrible.
Bob: An Actor’s Life?
Bob: Anna Goes Home?
Bob: The Left Side of the Street?
Waitress: I think there are no more tickets.
Bob: So what’s a good movie to see?
Waitress: There’s a French film playing at the Bijou at 8:00 p.m. Bob: I’m not a French film fan.
Waitress: It’s a film about an opera singer . . .
Waitress: And a rock star . . .
Waitress: Who meet at a play.
Cheryl: Wonderful! Thank you.
Bob: Yeah. Thanks a lot.
Waitress: You’re very welcome.
Cheryl: It’ll be fun, Bob.