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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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2.11 A sit-down meal

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Published: 8.20.2017
Level 2   |   Time: 3:16
Accent: American
Source: Top Notch TV

The whole Top Notch gang sit down to have dinner at Cheryl's apartment.


    

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

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  • Help yourself. [exp] - Take what you want.
  • I'm not a big (chicken eater) [exp] - I don't like (eating chicken)
  • (...) doesn't agree with me. [exp] - (...) makes me feel sick.
  • I am allergic to (...) [exp] - I have an allergy to (...)
  • I am crazy about (...) [exp] - I love (...)

[exp] - expression


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Mr. Evans Marie Cheryl Bob Paul
Mr. Evans Marie Cheryl Bob Paul
  • Mr. Evans, Marie, Cheryl, Bob and Paul are coworkers.
  • They are eating dinner at Bob's and Cheryl's apartment.
  • Bob and Cheryl are engaged.

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  1. Paul is ____ about the amount of vegetables.
    disappointed
    surprised
    excited

  2. Mr. Evans is not a big ____ eater.
    chicken
    broccoli
    cabbage

  3. Mr. Evans is avoiding ____.
    chicken
    potatoes
    bread

  4. _____ doesn't agree with Mr. Evans.
    Cabbage
    Broccoli
    Rice

  5. Mr. Evans is allergic to _____.
    chicken
    cabbage
    rice

  6. Mr. Evans is crazy about _____.
    cabbage
    broccoli
    rice

  7. Mr. Evans is not eating a lot because _____.
    he feels sick
    he doesn't like most of the food
    he is on a diet

  8. Bob is not eating a lot because _____.
    he feels sick
    he doesn't like most of the food.
    he is on a diet

  9. Marie thinks that Paul is ____.
    eating too much
    handsome
    skinny

  10. Paul wants to ____.
    gain weight
    lose weight
    eat less


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Directions: 1) Read and decide if each noun is countable or uncountable. 2) Listen again and check your answers.

  • This smells so wonderful! What are we having to eat?
  • There’s roast (chicken), baked (potatoes), (salad), (broccoli) with (garlic), red (cabbage), and (rice). Help yourself, everyone.
  • Wow! That’s a lot of (vegetables).
  • (Vegetables) are very healthy for you. Mr. Evans, would you like some (chicken)?
  • Just a little, thank you. I’m not a big (chicken) eater.
  • How about some (potatoes)?
  • I’m sorry. I’m avoiding (potatoes).
  • Some (broccoli)?
  • I’ll pass. I’m afraid it doesn’t agree with me.
  • (Cabbage)?
  • Sorry. I’m allergic.
  • Mr. Evans, I’m so sorry. There’s very little here for you to eat.
  • I’m crazy about (rice).
  • Well, then pass the (rice) please.
  • Cheryl, this tastes so delicious. Bob, you’re not eating very much tonight. Don’t you like the (food)?
  • Bob’s on a diet.
  • BI’m trying to lose (weight).
  • Good for you, Bob.
  • PI’m on a diet, too.
  • Why are you on a diet? You’re so skinny.
  • I’m trying to gain (weight).
  • I can’t stand it.
  • Bob!


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Cheryl: I think everything’s ready. Why don’t we sit down?
Marie: This smells so wonderful! What are we having to eat?
Cheryl: There’s roast chicken, baked potatoes, salad, broccoli with garlic, red cabbage, and rice. Help yourself, everyone.
Paul: Wow! That’s a lot of vegetables.
Cheryl: Vegetables are very healthy for you. Mr. Evans, would you like some chicken?
Mr. Evans: Just a little, thank you. I’m not a big chicken eater.
Cheryl: How about some potatoes?
Mr. Evans: I’m sorry. I’m avoiding potatoes.
Cheryl: Some broccoli?
Mr. Evans: I’ll pass. I’m afraid it doesn’t agree with me.
Cheryl: Cabbage?
Mr. Evans: Sorry. I’m allergic.
Cheryl: Mr. Evans, I’m so sorry. There’s very little here for you to eat.
Mr. Evans: I’m crazy about rice.
Cheryl: Well, then pass the rice please.
Marie: Cheryl, this tastes so delicious. Bob, you’re not eating very much tonight. Don’t you like the food?
Cheryl: Bob’s on a diet.
Bob: I’m trying to lose weight.
Mr. Evans: Good for you, Bob.
Paul: I’m on a diet, too.
Marie: Why are you on a diet? You’re so skinny.
Paul: I’m trying to gain weight.
Bob: I can’t stand it.
All: Bob!



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2.10 Bob's Haircut
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2.12 What's for dessert?
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