Bob gives Marie some advice on how to exercise.
[adv] - adverb, [exp] - expression
Directions: 1) Choose the correct verb to complete each sentence. 2) Listen again and check your answers.
Mr. Evans: I’m meeting a client at the café for lunch, Marie.
Bob: So, what do you do to stay in shape?
Marie: I generally go running in the morning. I do aerobics two nights a week. I always play tennis or golf on the weekends. And I usually go bike riding every Sunday, if the weather is good.
Bob: You don’t lift weights?
Bob: You have to lift weights to really stay in shape.
Marie: I don’t like to go to a gym.
Bob: You don’t have to go to a gym to lift weights. You can lift weights anywhere. Like this. Or this. Or even this. Maybe not that.
Marie: Thanks for the suggestions.
Bob: Hey, why don’t we go running together sometime?
Marie: OK. Where do you run?
Bob: To the park . . . and back.
Bob: Where do you run?
Marie: To the park, and then to the market, then to Symphony Hall, then to Harper Street, then to the library, then to the theater. And then back.
Marie: So do you want to go running after work today?
Bob: Gotta meet a friend for dinner.
Marie: Some other time, then.
Bob: Yeah, sure.
Marie: Hey, can you answer the phones for a while? I have to go to the post office, and you’re the only one here.
Bob: No problem.