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2.8 A luxury van
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2.13 What is that color?
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2.13 What is that color?

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Published: 12.20.2017
Level 2   |   Time: 2:29
Accent: American
Source: Top Notch TV

Cheryl asks her friends what color she should paint her apartment.


    

triangle Directions


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

triangle Vocabulary


  • complain [v] - say that you don't like something
  • leave (something) like this [exp] - not change something

[v] - verb,  [exp] - expression


triangle Background


Marie Cheryl Bob Paul
Marie Cheryl Bob Paul
  • Marie, Cheryl, Bob and Paul all work in a travel agency.
  • Bob and Cheryl are engaged.
  • They are in Cheryl's apartment.

triangle Questions


  1. How does Paul feel about the first color that Cheryl shows (tomato red)?
    happy
    tired
    sad
    tired

  2. How does Marie feel about the first color that Cheryl shows (tomato red)?
    happy
    nervous
    sad
    tired

  3. How does Bob feel about the first color that Cheryl shows (tomato red)?
    happy
    nervous
    sad
    tired

  4. How does Paul feel about the second color that Cheryl shows (olive green)?
    happy
    nervous
    sad
    tired

  5. How does Marie feel about the second color that Cheryl shows (olive green)?
    happy
    nervous
    sad
    tired

  6. How does Bob feel about the second color that Cheryl shows (olive green)?
    happy
    nervous
    awful
    tired

  7. How does Paul feel about the third color that Cheryl shows (yellow)?
    happy
    nervous
    sad
    tired

  8. How does Marie feel about the third color that Cheryl shows (yellow)?
    happy
    nervous
    sad
    tired

  9. How does Bob feel about the third color that Cheryl shows (yellow)?
    happy
    nervous
    sad
    tired

  10. What does Bob suggest first?
    Buying wallpaper.
    Painting the walls white.
    Not painting the walls.

  11. Why does Cheryl want to paint her apartment?
    She is tired of the current color.
    She thinks yellow looks too sad.
    She wants to impress her parents.

  12. What color does Bob suggest?
    green
    yellow
    red

  13. Why does Cheryl not like the color Bob suggests?
    It is too bright.
    It is ugly.
    It is the same color as her sofa.

  14. What does Bob suggest next?
    Not painting the walls.
    Getting a new sofa.
    Buying wallpaper.


triangle Language (gerunds/infinitives)


Directions: 1) Read the conversation and choose the word that you think is best. 2) Listen and check your answers.

  • It’s tomato red. How does this color make you feel?
  • Happy.
  • Sad.
  • Tired. I don’t feel like (looking) at any more colors.
  • Quit (complaining) . How about this one?
  • Happy.
  • Sad.
  • Awful. I can’t stand (looking) at it. Do you plan (to do) this all night?
  • This one? Be sure (to look) carefully.
  • Sad.
  • Happy.
  • Very, very nervous.
  • Nervous about what?
  • I’m nervous you’re going to paint the whole wall that color.
  • It’s my apartment, Bob.
  • Yeah, but we come here a lot. Can we discuss (leaving) the walls just like this?
  • I’m tired of (looking) at yellow walls.


triangle Script



Cheryl: What do you think about this color?
Paul: What is that color?
Cheryl: It’s tomato red. How does this color make you feel?
Paul: Happy.
Marie: Sad.
Bob: Tired. I don’t feel like looking at any more colors.
Cheryl: Quit complaining. How about this one?
Paul: Happy.
Marie: Sad.
Bob: Awful. I can’t stand looking at it. Do you plan to do this all night?
Cheryl: This one? Be sure to look carefully.
Marie: Sad.
Paul: Happy.
Bob: Very, very nervous.
Cheryl: Nervous about what?
Bob: I’m nervous you’re going to paint the whole wall that color.
Cheryl: It’s my apartment, Bob.
Bob: Yeah, but we come here a lot. Can we discuss leaving the walls just like this?
Cheryl: I’m tired of looking at yellow walls.
Bob: Fine. Can you at least choose a color we’ll all be excited about?
Cheryl: There is no color you all like. Paul’s feeling happy about everything,
Marie’s feeling sad about everything, and you just seem to hate color, don’t you Bob?
Bob: I love color. Just not those colors.
Cheryl: OK. Then why don’t you find a color that everybody likes?
Bob: What do you think of this color?
Paul: I like it.
Marie: I like it too, actually.
Bob: I love it.
Cheryl: I’m not painting the walls the same color as my sofa. The whole room would be green.
Bob: You could change the color of the sofa.
Cheryl: To what?
Bob: The color of the walls would be a nice color.



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2.12 What's for dessert?
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2.14 Feeling blue?
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