The Top Notch gang discuss what is right and wrong in dating.
[adj] - adjective, [exp] - expression
Directions: 1) Read the conversation and choose the best preposition to complete the sentence. 2) Listen and check your answers.
Cheryl: Well, I still think it’s wrong.
Marie: Cheryl . . .
Bob: What’s going on?
Cheryl: Marie just stole David Doolittle’s cell phone.
Paul: David Doolittle was here?
Marie: I didn’t steal it. He left it, and I’m waiting to return it until tonight.
Cheryl: He asked if it was under the table. You said it wasn’t.
Marie: It wasn’t under the table because it was in my pocket.
Cheryl: Well, I think that’s wrong.
Marie: It’s not wrong. He’ll get his phone back.
Cheryl: What do you two think?
Bob: Well . . .
Paul: Um . . .
Cheryl: What are you going to do now?
Marie: I’m going to call him tonight, tell him I found his phone, and ask him to meet me for dinner.
Cheryl: You’re going to ask him to dinner?
Marie: Sure. Why not?
Cheryl: Women don’t ask men to dinner. Do they?
Marie: Oh, don’t be so old-fashioned, Cheryl. This is the twenty-first century. Women ask men out to dinner all the time. Don’t they?
Cheryl: Well, I still think it’s wrong. You should have given him the phone.
Bob: Cheryl, I have to tell you something.
Bob: Do you remember when we met?
Cheryl: Of course. I was at the park. I’d lost my bag and you helped me find it. It took us two hours. We talked and talked and I became more interested in Bob than in finding the bag.
Bob: Well, actually, I found your bag in two minutes, but I waited two hours to tell you. I thought you were the most amazing woman I had ever met. If you had found your bag right away, you would have left and we wouldn’t be here right now.
Cheryl: That is so romantic! That’s why I love this man!
Marie: See? If it worked for Bob, it might work for me.
Cheryl: You and David Doolittle! That would be fantastic! Call! Call him!