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F.2 Who's that?
F.3 How do I get there?
F.4 Who's this?
F.5 You're late!
F.6 Do you like this blouse?
F.7 Welcome to my new apartment
F.8 What do you do in the morning
F.9 Making a weekend plan
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1.1 Giorgio Moretti
1.2 Interviewing Giorgio
1.3 Making a weekend plan
1.4 Paul gives directions
1.5 Cheryl's family
1.6 Bob's memory trick
1.7 What's in the salad
1.8 Eating healthy
1.9 Where are the tickets?
1.10 Paul and Machines
1.11 Bob's Exercise
1.12 Bob's Eexercise advice
1.13 Mr. Rashid's vacation
1.14 What a vacation!
1.15 Which do you prefer?
1.16 Fashion for Bob
1.17 A trip to South Africa
1.18 Paul's African Adventure
1.19 Bargaining
1.20 I'll leave the tip

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2.1 Have we met before?
2.2 The Museum of Cheese
2.3 Choosing a movie
2.4 The movie star
2.5 Can I take a message
2.6 Hotel complaints
2.7 Paul's accident
2.8 A luxury van
2.9 How about a manicure?
2.10 Bob's haircut
2.11 A sit-down meal
2.12 What's for dessert?
2.13 What is that color?
2.14 Feeling blue?
2.15 Art for the office
2.16 Paul the artist
2.17 The computer expert
2.18 New office tech
2.19 Marie flirting
2.20 Bob the romantic

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3.01 A little early
3.02 Etiquette in India
3.03 Are you ok?
3.04 Too much medicine
3.05 Rush job
3.06 Planning the party
3.07 Bob the dancer
3.08 The etiquette teacher
3.09 Planning the wedding
3.10 A new holiday
3.11 Somewhere safe
3.12 An epidemic in Finland
3.13 Bob's history book
3.14 Newspapers
3.15 New technology
3.16 Paul's phone buzzer
3.17 Discussing politics
3.18 I'm not a radical
3.19 Planning a honeymoon
3.20 A trip to Tahiti









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1.8 Eating Healthy

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Published: 4.22.2017
Level 2   |   Time: 1:53
Accent: American
Source: Top Notch TV

Cheryl gives advice on how to eat healthy.


    

triangle Directions


  1. REVIEW the vocabulary / background.
  2. WATCH the video.
  3. ANSWER the questions.
  4. CHECK your answers. (Show Answers)

triangle Vocabulary


  • amazing [adj] - very good
  • calories [n] - the unit to measure the amount of energy in food
  • raw [adj] - not cooked
  • portions [n] - the size of a meal
  • snacks [n] - a small amount of food eaten between meals

[n] - noun,  [adj] - adjective


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Marie Cheryl Bob Paul
Marie Cheryl Bob Paul
  • Mr. Evans, Marie, Cheryl, Bob and Paul all work in a travel agency.
  • They have just finished eating dinner together.

triangle Questions


  1. Why does Cheryl not want to try the dessert?
    It is too expensive.
    She doesn't like sweet things.
    It has too many calories

  2. What did Marie eat for dessert?
    cake
    pie
    cookies

  3. What did Marie eat for dinner?
    steak and shrimp
    raw vegetables
    french fries

  4. What did Paul eat for dinner?
    steak and shrimp
    raw vegetables
    french fries

  5. What advice does Cheryl give?
    Eat more often.
    Eat more vegetables.
    Eat smaller portions.
    Skip dessert.
    Drink more water.
    Eat more slowly.

  6. What does Paul plan to eat for snacks tomorrow?
    potato chips & cookies
    raw vegetables
    steak

  7. What does Paul plan to eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner tomorrow?
    potato chips & cookies
    raw vegetables
    steak

  8. What is Bob's problem?
    He is still hungry.
    He wants the check.
    He is angry at Cheryl.


triangle Language (count/non-count nouns)


Directions: 1) Choose the noun form that you think best fits the sentence. 2) Listen again and check your answers.

  • This is delicious!
  • Amazing!
  • Cheryl, don’t you want to try it?
  • No, thanks. Too (many calories) . And we need to go.
  • I’ll ask for the check.
  • I love dessert!
  • Do you know how (many calories) are in (that cake)?
  • No. And don’t tell me.
  • Or how (much fat) was in your steak and your fried shrimp? Or how (much salt) was on your french fries?
  • Do you want us to just eat raw vegetables?
  • Vegetables are good. Or how about smaller portions? And no dessert?
  • No dessert?!
  • You need to take care of your body! Eat healthy food — have vegetables for snacks instead of (potato chips) and (cookies) .
  • You’re right. Tomorrow, I’m eating lots of vegetables.
  • Really?
  • For snacks. And I’m having (potato chips) , (cookies) for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
  • You’re terrible. What are you doing?
  • I’m trying to get the check! Finally. Do you want that?


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Paul: This is delicious!
Marie: Amazing!
Bob: Cheryl, don’t you want to try it?
Cheryl: No, thanks. Too many calories. And we need to go.
Bob: I’ll ask for the check.
Marie: I love dessert!
Cheryl: Do you know how many calories are in that cake?
Marie: No. And don’t tell me.
Cheryl: Or how much fat was in your steak and your fried shrimp? Or how much salt was on your french fries?
Paul: Do you want us to just eat raw vegetables?
Cheryl: Vegetables are good. Or how about smaller portions? And no dessert?
Marie: No dessert?!
Cheryl: You need to take care of your body! Eat healthy food — have vegetables for snacks instead of potato chips and cookies.
Paul: You’re right. Tomorrow, I’m eating lots of vegetables.
Cheryl: Really?
Paul: For snacks. And I’m having potato chips, cookies for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Cheryl: You’re terrible. (to Bob) What are you doing?
Bob: I’m trying to get the check! Finally. (to Marie) Do you want that?



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1.7 What's in the Salad?
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1.9 Where are the tickets?
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