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2.1 Have we met before?
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2.3 Choosing a movie
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2.8 A luxury van
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2.4 The Movie Star

Published: 4.05.2017
Level 2   |   Time: 1:51
Accent: American
Source: Top Notch TV

The Top Notch gang meet a famous actor at a restaurant.


triangle Directions

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

triangle Vocabulary

  • play (a pilot) [v] - be (a pilot) in a movie
  • unforgettable [adj] - hard to forget / excellent
  • Take it easy. [exp] - Goodbye. / See you later.

[v] - verb,    [adj] - adjective,    [exp] - expression

triangle Background

Marie Cheryl Bob Paul
Marie Cheryl Bob Paul
  • Marie, Cheryl, Bob and Paul are eating lunch in a restaurant.

triangle Questions

  1. David Doolittle is from Britain.

  2. David played a singer in a movie.

  3. David played a chef in a movie.

  4. Paul saw a movie called "Dr. Fork" last week.

  5. David played a robot in movie called "Songs of Love".

  6. David is busy eating dinner.

  7. David played a pilot in a movie called "Pie in the Sky".

  8. David invites Paul and Bob to join him.

triangle Language ("be" verb)

Directions: Listen to the conversation and type the verb that you hear.

  • So, what do you want to do? Hey, (isn't) that David Doolittle, the famous British actor?
  • You ('re) right! It (is) !
  • Let’s go say hi.
  • No, don’t! What (are) you doing?!
  • (Aren't) you David Doolittle?
  • Yes, I (am) .
  • Wow! We really like your movies.
  • Thank you.
  • You ('re) great!
  • Thank you very much.
  • Remember that movie where you (were) that dancer? What (was) that called?
  • The Dancer.
  • That ('s) it! That (was) unforgettable!
  • I love that one where you ('re) the chef. What ('s) that one called?
  • Doctor Fork.
  • That ('s) it. That (was) so funny! Unforgettable, man.
  • My favorite (is) the one where you ('re) that robot musician named...
  • DD-42
  • Yeah! Yeah! I just saw that movie again last week. That ('s) a great movie. What ('s) that called?
  • Songs of Love.
  • Yeah, man. That ('s) unforgettable.
  • Thanks. You know what? I have to go soon, and I should finish my lunch.
  • Oh, right. Yeah, sorry. It (was) nice to meet you.
  • You too. Take it easy.

triangle Script

Marie: So, what do you want to do? Hey, isn’t that David Doolittle, the famous British actor?
Cheryl: You’re right! It is!
Bob: Let’s go say hi.
Cheryl: No, don’t! What are you doing?!
Paul: Aren’t you David Doolittle?
Doolittle: Yes, I am.
Bob: Wow! We really like your movies.
Doolittle: Thank you.
Paul: You’re great!
Doolittle: Thank you very much.
Paul: Remember that movie where you were that dancer? What was that called?
Doolittle: The Dancer.
Paul: That’s it! That was unforgettable!
Bob: I love that one where you’re the chef. What’s that one called?
Doolittle: Doctor Fork?
Bob: That’s it. That was so funny! Unforgettable, man.
Doolittle: Thank you.
Paul: My favorite is the one where you’re that robot musician named . . .
Doolittle: DD-42.
Paul: Yeah! Yeah! I just saw that movie again last week. That’s a great movie. What’s that called?
Doolittle: Songs of Love.
Paul: Yeah. Man, that’s unforgettable.
Doolittle: Thanks. You know what? I have to go soon, and I should finish my lunch
Bob: Oh, right. Yeah, sorry. It was nice to meet you.
Doolittle: You too. Take it easy.
Bob: Take it easy. Isn’t that what you say at the end of that movie where you’re the pilot?
Doolittle: Pie in the Sky.
Paul: Yeah! That was unforgettable, man.
Bob: Unforgettable.
Doolittle: Would you guys care to join me?
Paul: What’s your favorite movie?

2.3 Choosing a Movie
2.5 Can I take a message?