The Top Notch team are stressed because their printer works very slowly.
[n] - noun, [p] - person, [v] - verb, [adj] - adjective, [adv] - adverb, [exp] - expression
Directions: 1) Decide if each underlined verb has a present meaning or a future meaning. 2) Listen again and check your answers.
Bob: Where are the tickets?
Marie: They’re printing. OK?
Bob: Mr. Evans needs them right now! The client is coming in five minutes!
Marie: This printer is driving me crazy. It’s so slow.
Bob: Try blowing on it.
Marie: What? Really?
Bob: Try it. Now tap the sides. Just try it. Now rub this side gently.
Marie: Does this really work?
Cheryl: Where are the tickets?
Bob: They’re printing. OK?
Cheryl: Mr. Evans needs them now! The client is coming in four minutes!
Bob: Easy there, Jackie Chan.
Marie: We need a new printer. Aren’t we getting a new printer?
Cheryl: You’re buying the new printer, aren’t you?
Bob: This is the new printer.
Cheryl: This piece of junk is new?
Bob: Well . . . It’s new . . . to us.
Cheryl: This is an old printer?
Bob: Just a little old.
Marie: What kind is it? Is it a CompRight? Mr. Evans says always buy a CompRight.
Bob: It’s a Print-OK.
Marie: A Print-OK?! What’s a Print-OK?! Do you know that brand?
Bob: It’s a good brand and very . . . inexpensive.
Cheryl: We need the tickets now. Do something!