Cheryl suggests a few things for Bob to wear.
[phv] - phrasal verb, [adj] - adjective, [adv] - adverb
Directions: 1) Choose an active or passive verb to complete the sentence. 2) Listen again and check your answers.
Cheryl: So what are you going to wear to the party tomorrow night?
Bob: A t-shirt and jeans.
Cheryl: A t-shirt and jeans? No way. You have to wear something nicer.
Bob: I don’t have anything nicer.
Cheryl: You do now.
Bob: All that’s for me?
Cheryl: What do you think of these?
Bob: Do you have anything looser?
Bob: Too wild for me. Anything else?
Cheryl: Here you go.
Bob: I don’t know. Those look pretty warm. Something cooler would be good.
Cheryl: Why don’t we look at shirts?
Bob: Not bad. But it’s pretty conservative, isn’t it?
Cheryl: I love this one.
Bob: That doesn’t look very comfortable.
Cheryl: Try this.
Bob: That looks a little cheap. Do you have anything more expensive?
Cheryl: That’s it. I’m taking it all back to the store.
Bob: But what am I wearing tomorrow?