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F.1 Nice to Meet You
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
F.10 Tonight I'm cooking
F.11 How was yout trip?
F.12 She has a fever
F.13 Do me a favor?
F.14 I'd like to get married

Top Notch TV 1
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

Top Notch TV 2
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

Top Notch TV 3
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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1.14 What a vacation!

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Published: 8.23.2018
Level 2   |   Time: 1:50
Accent: American
Source: Top Notch TV

Cheryl, Marie and Bob take turns describing some of their best and worst vacations.


    

triangleDirections


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

triangleVocabulary


  • horrible [adj] - very bad
  • an outbreak of illness [exp] - many people got sick
  • incredible [adj] - very good

[n] - noun,  [adj] - adjective,  [exp] - expression


triangleBackground


Mr. Evans Marie Cheryl Bob
Mr. Evans Marie Cheryl Bob
  • Mr. Evans, Marie, Cheryl, and Bob all work in a travel agency.
  • Mr. Rashid is one of their clients.

triangleQuestions


  1. How was Mr. Rashid's vacation?
    awesome
    expensive
    terrible

  2. Whose car was stolen?
    Bob's
    Marie's
    Cheryl's

  3. Who went a cruise?
    Bob
    Marie
    Cheryl

  4. Who got sick?
    Bob
    Marie
    Cheryl

  5. Who went to Disney World?
    Bob
    Marie
    Cheryl

  6. Whose map was stolen?
    Bob's
    Marie's
    Cheryl's

  7. Who went diving in the Caribbean
    Bob
    Marie
    Cheryl

  8. Who swam with dolphins?
    Bob
    Marie
    Cheryl

  9. Who went to China?
    Bob
    Marie
    Cheryl

  10. Who practiced English with local people?
    Bob
    Marie
    Cheryl

  11. Who went to the beach?
    Bob
    Marie
    Cheryl

  12. Who ate a lot of shrimp?
    Bob
    Marie
    Cheryl

  13. Who doesn't like to travel?
    Bob
    Marie
    Cheryl

  14. Who lives close to the travel agency?
    Bob
    Marie
    Cheryl


triangle Language (present/past verbs)


Directions: 1) Choose the correct verb form to complete each sentence. 2) Listen again and check your answers.

  • Mr. Rashid! Welcome back. Come, tell me about your vacation.
  • What a terrible vacation Mr. Rashid had.
  • Oh. You know, on my vacation last year someone (stole) my car. That was a horrible vacation.
  • I (went) on a cruise and there was an outbreak of illness. I was in my room for a week. That was a really bad vacation.
  • I (went) to Disney World and someone (stole) my map.
  • That’s your worst vacation?
  • It (took) ten minutes to get another map.
  • All right, what was your favorite vacation?
  • I (spent) two weeks in the Caribbean last year, diving, snorkeling, and swimming with dolphins. It was amazing.
  • I (went) to China a few years ago. It was incredible. The people there were so friendly, and everyone (wanted) to practice their English with me.
  • I (went) to the beach and (ate) shrimp.
  • That’s your best vacation?
  • I really (like) shrimp.
  • Bob, you (need) to go on more exciting vacations.
  • I (don't like) exciting vacations. In fact, I (don't like) to travel very much.
  • Then why (do you work) in a travel agency?
  • It’s across the street from my apartment, so I (don't have to) travel far to go to work.


triangle Script



Mr. Evans: Mr. Rashid! Welcome back. Come, tell me about your vacation.
Marie: What a terrible vacation Mr. Rashid had.
Cheryl: Oh. You know, on my vacation last year someone stole my car. That was a horrible vacation.
Marie: I went on a cruise and there was an outbreak of illness. I was in my room for a week. That was a really bad vacation.
Bob: I went to Disney World and someone stole my map.
Marie: That’s your worst vacation?
Bob: It took ten minutes to get another map.
Cheryl: All right, what was your favorite vacation?
Marie: I spent two weeks in the Caribbean last year, diving, snorkeling, and swimming with dolphins. It was amazing.
Cheryl: I went to China a few years ago. It was incredible. The people there were so friendly, and everyone wanted to practice their English with me.
Bob: I went to the beach and ate shrimp.
Marie: That’s your best vacation?
Bob: I really like shrimp.
Marie: Bob, you need to go on more exciting vacations.
Bob: I don’t like exciting vacations. In fact, I don’t like to travel very much.
Marie: Then why do you work in a travel agency?
Bob: It’s across the street from my apartment, so I don’t have to travel far to go to work.



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1.13 Mr. Rashid's Vacation
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1.15 Which do you prefer?
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