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1.1 Giorgio Moretti
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1.3 Making a weekend plan
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1.5 Cheryl's family
1.6 Bob's memory trick
1.7 What's in the salad
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1.17 A trip to South Africa
1.18 Paul's African Adventure
1.19 Bargaining
1.20 I'll leave the tip

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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

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3.01 A little early
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3.13 Bob's history book
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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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2.16 Paul the artist

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Published: 9.05.2017
Level 2   |   Time: 2:04
Accent: American
Source: Top Notch TV

Ms. Novak looks at Paul photographs and evaluates their artistic value.


    

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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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  • my latest work [exp] - my most recent piece of art
  • I'm not crazy about... [exp] - I don't like...
  • I'm very moved by it. [exp] - It made me feel some emotion.
  • I'm crazy about... [exp] - I really like...
  • works [n] - pieces of art

[n] - noun,  [exp] - expression


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Marie Cheryl Bob Paul
Marie Cheryl Bob Paul
  • Marie, Cheryl, Bob and Paul all work in a travel agency.
  • Ms. Novak is an art dealer and owns an art gallery.

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  1. Paul took a picture of the office wall.
    True
    False

  2. Paul is a professional photographer.
    True
    False

  3. Paul is an amateur photographer.
    True
    False

  4. Ms. Novak likes all of Paul photographs.
    True
    False

  5. Ms. Novak thinks Paul has talent as a photographer.
    True
    False

  6. Ms. Novak thinks Paul's photographs combine Eastern and Western styles.
    True
    False

  7. Ms. Novak wants to see more of Paul's photographs.
    True
    False

  8. Paul doesn't like the blue painting.
    True
    False

  9. Paul offers to hang the blue painting over his desk.
    True
    False


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Directions: 1) Choose the word that you think best fits the sentence. 2) Listen again and check your answers.

  • Hey, look. I’m (an) artist. Here’s my latest work. It’s called Office Walls. I was inspired by looking at (the) walls of (the) office.
  • Are you (a) photographer?
  • Yes, well, no, I . . . I take a lot of pictures.
  • Hmmm. I’m not so crazy about that one, but I do like what you’ve done here. I’m very moved by it, actually. It’s (a) fascinating mixture of (Ø) Eastern and Western traditions. You have (Ø) talent.
  • I do?
  • I think I could sell this.
  • Really?
  • It’s very good.
  • I’m crazy about (Ø) photography.
  • Do you have (any) more of your work here?
  • Uh, no.
  • Here’s my card. Why don’t you bring me (some) pieces on Friday?
  • OK.
  • Bye-bye.
  • Bye-bye.
  • So . . . where are we going to put this thing?
  • Hang it by my desk.
  • Really?
  • Yeah. As (an) artist, I’m really starting to like it. As a matter of fact, I think it’s... one of (the) most interesting works I’ve ever seen.


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Paul: Hey, look. I’m an artist. Here’s my latest work. It’s called Office Walls. I was inspired by looking at the walls of the office.
Ms. Novak: Are you a photographer?
Paul: Yes, well, no, I . . . I take a lot of pictures.
Ms. Novak: Hmmm. I’m not so crazy about that one, but I do like what you’ve done here. I’m very moved by it, actually. It’s a fascinating mixture of Eastern and Western traditions. You have talent.
Paul: I do?
Ms. Novak: I think I could sell this.
Paul: Really?
Ms. Novak: It’s very good.
Paul: I’m crazy about photography.
Ms. Novak: Do you have any more of your work here?
Paul: Uh, no.
Ms. Novak: Here’s my card. Why don’t you bring me some pieces on Friday?
Paul: OK.
Ms. Novak: Bye-bye.
Paul: Bye-bye.
Cheryl: So . . . where are we going to put this thing?
Paul: Hang it by my desk.
Marie: Really?
Paul: Yeah. As an artist, I’m really starting to like it. As a matter of fact, I think it’s... one of the most interesting works I’ve ever seen.



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2.15 Art for the Office
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2.17 The Computer Expert
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