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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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2.20 Bob the Romantic

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Published: 1.23.2018
Level 2   |   Time: 2:38
Accent: American
Source: Top Notch TV

The Top Notch gang discuss what is right and wrong in dating.


    

triangleDirections


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

triangleVocabulary


  • What's going on? [exp] - What's happening?
  • you two [exp] - you two people
  • old-fashioned [adj] - not modern

[adj] - adjective,  [exp] - expression


triangleBackground


Marie Cheryl Bob Paul
Marie Cheryl Bob Paul
  • Marie, Cheryl, Bob and Paul all work in a travel agency.
  • Bob and Cheryl are engaged.
  • David Doolittle is a handsome actor.

triangleQuestions


  1. What did Marie steal?
    David Doolittle's cellphone
    Cheryl's cellphone
    Paul's cellphone

  2. Where did Marie put it?
    under the table
    in her pocket
    in her purse

  3. What does Cheryl think of Marie's action?
    She thinks it is romantic.
    She thinks it is wrong.
    She has no opinion.

  4. What do Bob and Paul think of Marie's action?
    They think it is romantic.
    They think it is wrong.
    They have no opinion.

  5. Who does Marie want to go out with?
    Paul
    Bob
    David Doolittle

  6. What does Marie plan to do?
    Call him tonight.
    Tell him she found his phone.
    Ask him out for dinner.
    Have a one night stand with him.

  7. Who thinks it is okay for women to ask out men for dinner?
    Marie
    Cheryl
    Bob
    Paul

  8. What does Marie call Cheryl?
    romantic
    old-fashioned
    dishonest

  9. Where did Bob and Cheryl first meet?
    at work
    at the park
    at the beach

  10. What did Bob help Cheryl do there?
    Help her find her lost bag.
    Help her buy a new bag.
    Help her steal someone's bag

  11. How long did Bob and Cheryl look for Cheryl's bag?
    2 minutes
    5 minutes
    2 hours

  12. How long did it take for Bob to find Cheryl's bag?
    2 minutes
    5 minutes
    2 hours

  13. What does Cheryl think of Bob's actions?
    She thinks it is romantic.
    She thinks it is wrong.
    She has no opinion.


triangle Language (prepositions)


Directions: 1) Read the conversation and choose the best preposition to complete the sentence. 2) Listen and check your answers.

  • Well, I still think it's wrong.
  • Cheryl . . .
  • What's going on?
  • Marie just stole David Doolittle's cell phone.
  • David Doolittle was here?
  • I didn't steal it. He left it, and I’m waiting to return it (until) tonight.
  • He asked if it was (under) the table. You said it wasn't.
  • It wasn't (under) the table because it was (in) my pocket.
  • Well, I think that's wrong.
  • It's not wrong. He'll get his phone back.
  • What do you two think?
  • Well . . .
  • Um . . .
  • What are you going to do (Ø) now?
  • I’m going to call (Ø) him tonight, tell (Ø) him I found his phone, and ask (Ø) him to meet me (for) dinner.
  • You're going to ask (Ø) him (to) dinner?
  • Sure. Why not?
  • Women don’t ask (Ø) men (to) dinner. Do they?
  • Oh, don't be so old-fashioned, Cheryl. This is the twenty-first century. Women ask (Ø) men out (to) dinner all the time. Don't they?
  • Well, I still think it's wrong. You should have given him the phone.
  • Cheryl, I have to tell you something.
  • What?
  • Do you remember when we met?
  • Of course. I was (at) the park. I'd lost my bag and you helped me find it. It took us (Ø) two hours. We talked and talked and I became more interested (in) Bob than (in) finding the bag.
  • Well, actually, I found your bag (in) two minutes, but I waited (Ø) 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 (Ø) right now.
  • That is so romantic! That's why I love this man!
  • See? If it worked (for) Bob, it might work (for) me.
  • You and David Doolittle! That would be fantastic! Call! Call him!


triangle Script



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.
Cheryl: What?
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!



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2.19 Marie Flirting
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3.1 A Little Early
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