The Top Notch gang talk about the benefits of Tahiti.
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Directions: 1) Read the conversation and choose the adjective that you think best fits the meaning of the sentence. 2) Listen and check your answers.
Cheryl, you once told me that you wanted to go to Tahiti.
Cheryl: That’s right. I forgot about that.
Mr. Evans: You would love Tahiti.
Paul: One of the most beautiful places on earth.
Marie: And very, very romantic.Cheryl: Really? You all think Tahiti is a good idea?
Mr. Evans: I think you’d love it.
Bob: It’s too expensive.
Cheryl: How expensive?
Bob: Well, do you remember how much Mr. Rashid’s vacation to Tahiti cost?
Cheryl: Yes, I do.
Bob: He traveled cheaply.
Cheryl: Well, that’s it. I’m out of ideas. I guess we’ll go someplace boring.
Mr. Evans: We weren’t going to tell you until a couple of months from now, but Paul, Marie, and I were talking, and we thought a vacation in the South Pacific would be perfect.
Cheryl: I just wish we could afford it.
Mr. Evans: So we decided that as our wedding gift to you, we would like to sendyou to Tahiti. All expenses paid.
Cheryl: You’re kidding!
Mr. Evans: We’ve booked your flights and a hotel on the southern coast for two weeks.
Cheryl: I don’t know how to thank you!
Bob: But the . . .
Mr. Evans: And the hotel room has a spectacular bathroom and a TV this big.
Bob: I don’t know how to thank you!
Cheryl: Thank you so much! I’m so excited!