Mr. Evans talks about his dream to be an etiquette teacher.
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Directions: 1) Read the conversation and decide which auxiliary verbs best fits the sentence. 2) Listen and check your answers.
Marie: What about you, Mr. Evans? What did you think you were going to be when you were younger?
Mr. Evans: If I tell you, will you try not to laugh?
Marie: Of course.
Mr. Evans: I always thought I would have my own television program to talk about etiquette.
Cheryl: I didn’t know you were so interested in etiquette.
Mr. Evans: I have always loved etiquette. I think I would have made a great television etiquette teacher.
Cheryl: Well, I think you could still do it. It’s perfect for you.
Mr. Evans: Really? Why?
Cheryl: Well, you’re very polite, for one thing.
Bob: You always know which fork to use at a restaurant. That’s a real talent.
Paul: You’ve taught me a lot about the customs of other cultures.
Mr. Evans: Maybe I could still give it a try. “Today’s topic: dinner conversation. If your international guests look offended and are leaving the table early, you’ve probably chosen a topic that’s taboo in their home country. Find out what’s acceptable and what’s not ... coming up on International Etiquette with Evans.” What do you think?
Paul: You have a real...