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Thursday, October 31, 2013


00:00  Small Town.
Max  -  Sara! I'm home.
Sara  - Hey, Max.
Max  - Look at this!
Sara  - What is it?
Ma x  - It's a kit. I'm making a tricycle.
Sara  - Why are you making a tricycle?
Max  - It's for Small Town's Tricycle Race. This year Ben and I are in the race.

Sara  - Why don't you buy a tricycle?
Max  - That's no  fun. Ben is building a tricycle. I can build one, too.
Sara  - OK. Do you need help?
Max  - No thanks. I can do it.
Sara  - Are you  sure? You don't read directions.
Max  - I  don't need directions. I can build without them. Don't worry!

-  Max takes the directions out of the box.
He doesn't look at them.
He takes everything out of the kit.
Sara reads the directions.
Max puts some parts together.
But they fall apart.
Max gets a screwdriver.
Sara stops him.
She shows him the directions.
Then they work together on the tricycle.

Monday, October 28, 2013


00:00  Hi, everybody.
00:22  Keywords:
00:27  - kit (n)
Katie needs something from the kit.  She is making a basket.
00:40  - build (v)
Joe builds houses.  That's his job.
00:51  - directions (n pl)
Read the directions first. Then build the chair.
01:01  - part (n)
Bobby is fixing his car.  He needs one more part for it.
01: 14  Let's say the keywords together again:
  - kit (n)
  - build (v)
  - directions (n pl)
  - part (n)
01:40 The mission of the day is:
What is Max making?
02:22  Small Town.  Part 1.
Max  -  Sara! I'm home.
Sara  - Hey, Max.
Max  - Look at this!
Sara  - What is it?
Ma x  - It's a kit. I'm making a tricycle.
Sara  - Why are you making a tricycle?
Max  - It's for Small Town's Tricycle Race. This year Ben and I are in the race.
02:46  Study the keyword:
03:24  - kit (n)
04:27  The answer to today's mission is:
Max is making a tricycle.
04:44  Small Town. Part  2.
Sara  - Why don't you buy a tricycle?
Max  - That's no  fun. Ben is building a tricycle. I can build one, too.
Sara  - OK. Do you need help?
Max  - No thanks. I can do it.
Sara  - Are you  sure? You don't read directions.
Max  - I  don't need directions. I can build without them. Don't worry!
05:11  Study the keywords:
05:45  - build (v)
06:19  - directions (n  pl)
07:08  Small Town.  Part 3.
-  Max takes the directions out of the box.
He doesn't look at them.
He takes everything out of the kit.
Sara reads the directions.
Max puts some parts together.
But they fall apart.
Max gets a screwdriver.
Sara stops him.
She shows him the directions.
Then they work together on the tricycle.
07:45  Study the keywords:
08:24  - part (n)
09:03  - apart (adv)
09:35  Word Power
09:59  - tool
10:15  - toolbox
10:35  - screwdriver
10:46  - hammer
10:56  - scissors
11:05  - tape measure
11:17  - wrench
11:30  Conversation Replay:
13:03  Calendar Phrase:
Follow the directions.
Boy.  Hey, Jan. This is for you.
Girl.  I new cell phone? Wow! How do I use it?
Boy.  Just follow the directions.
Girl.  OK. Where are the directions?
Boy.  They're in the box. Follow the directions.
Then you can use your cell phone.
Girl.  OK. Thanks, John!
Boy.  You're welcome. Remember -
Girl.  Follow the directions. I know.
14:48  Question of the day:
Do you put things together? Why? or Why not?

Sunday, October 27, 2013



  Song Time.
The Weather Report.
Take a look at the weather report
Before you go out today
It may be hot, or it may be cold
But spring is on its way

April showers bring May flowers
And hope for a beutiful day
Windy, rainy, hot or cold
Changing every day

Take a look at the weather report
Before you go out today
It may be hot, or it may be cold
But spring is on its way

April showers bring May flowers
And hope for a beutiful day
Windy, rainy, hot or cold
Changing every day

The forecast is for me to know
if spring is here to stay.

Saturday, October 26, 2013



  On The Go.
  - instrument
  - violin
  - string
  - ensemble
  - snakeskin
  - sew, rope
  - shape
  - expert
  - musician
  - bow
 - chopstick
  - classical

Friday, October 25, 2013



00:00  Small Town.
Max - Simon, my good man. How is the jukebox coming along?
Simon - It's just fine.  I finished organizing the CDs.
There are some great CDs in there.
Max - There really are.  I like almost every album in there.
Simon - You do, huh?  What about the boy band albums?
Do you like them?
Max - Sure!  They're fun.  Sara really liked those when she was younger.
Renee - Simon, weren't you in a boy band in college?
Simon - Renee.
Renee - What was the name of your band again, honey?
Simon - The Pop Rocks. We sang pop music.
Renee - They danced, too.
Max - That's great. Will you  sing a song for us now, Simon?
Simon - Uh, no.
Max - Why not? Simon! Simon! Sing a song!
Simon - No.
Renee - Come on, honey. Please!
 You'll really make my day.
Simon - Oh, all right.
Renee - Yay! Go honey!
01:29  Small Town.
Simon  - Hi, Betty. Betty?
Betty  - Oh, hi, Simon! I'm listening to music on my cell phone.
Simon  - I thought so. That's a cool feature, isn't it?
Betty  - It is! I can put these earphones in my ears, and listen to music any time.
And no one else can hear it.
Simon  - But then you can't hear anything else.
You didn't hear me come in.
Betty  - I know.  Sorry. Maybe the volume is too high.
Simon  - Hey, did a packege come for me?
Betty  - I think so. I'll get it for you.
Simon  - It looks like you're enjoy your new cell phone.
Betty  - I am! Thanks again for helping me choose one.
Simon  - You're welcome.
Betty  - I love listening to music at work.
Simon  - Good. So, uh, did yuo find my package?
Betty  - Oh, right! I'm still looking.
 You know, I downloaded some music from the Internet!
Simon  - That's great.
Betty  - The Internet has a lot of music to choose from.
Simon  - Yes, it does.
Betty  - I also took some songs from my CDs and put them on my phone.
Simon  - Wow, Betty.
I didn't know you knew about these technologies.
Betty  - I didn't. Sara taught me.  Here's your package.
Simon  - Thanks.
Betty  - Oh, hey! This is my favorite song!
Listen! I'll play it on my phone's speakers!



00:00  Music lesson.
-  Sara is at home.
   She is having a music lesson.
   Sara's teacher, Chris, plays a scale.
   Sara watches Chris.
   Then Sara plays the scale.
   But she plays a lot of wrong notes.
   Chris plays the scale for Sara again.
   Then Sara tries again.
   This time, she plays the right notes.
Chris  - Good job, Sara.  These scales aren't easy.
Practice them some more this week.
Sara  - OK.
Chris  - Now let's play a song.  Which one are you practicing?
Sara  - I'm practicing this one.
Chris  - Good.  Play that one for me.
Very nice, Sara.  But be careful of your rhythm.  Don't rush.
Sara  - Oh, OK.
Chris  - Start again.
Chris  - Great, Sara.  You are a really good piano player.
Sara  - Thanks, Chris. You are a good teacher.
Chris  - Maybe you can be a music teacher one day, too.
Sara  - Do you really think so?
Chris  - Yes. You are smart. And you are kind.
You can be a good teacher.
Sara  - Thanks, Chris!
Hey, can you play one of your songs for me.
I like your music.
Chris  - Sure.
02:09  Small Town.
Simon - Are you serious?
You really think "Can't  Buy Me Love" is the best Beatles song?
Renee - Well, maybe it's not the best.
But it's definitely better than "Twist and Shout".
Simon - You're wrong.
Max - Hey, guys. What are you talking a bout?
Simon - We're talking about The Beatles.
Renee - What's your favorite Beatles song?
Max - Hmm. Probably "Can't Buy Me Love".
Renee - Ha!
Simon - You to are crazy.
Max - Well, thanks for coming over to took at our jukebox, Simon.
Simon - No problem. What's wrong with it?
Renee - It keeps playing the wrong songs.
 Yesterday, Mrs. Moore wanted to listen to a classical song.
Max - She almost feel off the stage when the jukebox started playing rock music.
Simon - That's funny. Well, let me look at it.
Renee - How are you doing, honey?
Simon - I'm fine. I'm organizing the jukebox's CDs a little.
It has a lot of different kinds of music. I forgot about that.
Renee - There's something for everyone. There's jazz, country, blues...
Simon - The Beatles.
Renee - Don't forget Elvis.
Simon - Yes! Max loves Elvis.

Monday, October 21, 2013

00:00   Saturday, saturday.
01:22  Conversation Replay:
01:30  Music lesson.
-  Sara is at home.
   She is having a music lesson.
   Sara's teacher, Chris, plays a scale.
   Sara watches Chris.
   Then Sara plays the scale.
   But she plays a lot of wrong notes.
   Chris plays the scale for Sara again.
   Then Sara tries again.
   This time, she plays the right notes.
Chris  - Good job, Sara.  These scales aren't easy.
Practice them some more this week.
Sara  - OK.
Chris  - Now let's play a song.  Which one are you practicing?
Sara  - I'm practicing this one.
Chris  - Good.  Play that one for me.
Very nice, Sara.  But be careful of your rhythm.  Don't rush.
Sara  - Oh, OK.
Chris  - Start again.
Chris  - Great, Sara.  You are a really good piano player.
Sara  - Thanks, Chris. You are a good teacher.
Chris  - Maybe you can be a music teacher one day, too.
Sara  - Do you really think so?
Chris  - Yes. You are smart. And you are kind.
You can be a good teacher.
Sara  - Thanks, Chris!
Hey, can you play one of your songs for me.
I like your music.
Chris  - Sure.
03:28  Small Town.
Simon - Are you serious?
You really think "Can't  Buy Me Love" is the best Beatles song?
Renee - Well, maybe it's not the best.
But it's definitely better than "Twist and Shout".
Simon - You're wrong.
Max - Hey, guys. What are you talking a bout?
Simon - We're talking about The Beatles.
Renee - What's your favorite Beatles song?
Max - Hmm. Probably "Can't Buy Me Love".
Renee - Ha!
Simon - You to are crazy.
Max - Well, thanks for coming over to took at our jukebox, Simon.
Simon - No problem. What's wrong with it?
Renee - It keeps playing the wrong songs.
 Yesterday, Mrs. Moore wanted to listen to a classical song.
Max - She almost feel off the stage when the jukebox started playing rock music.
Simon - That's funny. Well, let me look at it.
Renee - How are you doing, honey?
Simon - I'm fine. I'm organizing the jukebox's CDs a little.
It has a lot of different kinds of music. I forgot about that.
Renee - There's something for everyone. There's jazz, country, blues...
Simon - The Beatles.
Renee - Don't forget Elvis.
Simon - Yes! Max loves Elvis.
05:02  Small Town.
Max - Simon, my good man. How is the jukebox coming along?
Simon - It's just fine.  I finished organizing the CDs.
There are some great CDs in there.
Max - There really are.  I like almost every album in there.
Simon - You do, huh?  What about the boy band albums?
Do you like them?
Max - Sure!  They're fun.  Sara really liked those when she was younger.
Renee - Simon, weren't you in a boy band in college?
Simon - Renee.
Renee - What was the name of your band again, honey?
Simon - The Pop Rocks. We sang pop music.
Renee - They danced, too.
Max - That's great. Will you  sing a song for us now, Simon?
Simon - Uh, no.
Max - Why not? Simon! Simon! Sing a song!
Simon - No.
Renee - Come on, honey. Please!
 You'll really make my day.
Simon - Oh, all right.
Renee - Yay! Go honey!
06:27  Small Town.
Simon  - Hi, Betty. Betty?
Betty  - Oh, hi, Simon! I'm listening to music on my cell phone.
Simon  - I thought so. That's a cool feature, isn't it?
Betty  - It is! I can put these earphones in my ears, and listen to music any time.
And no one else can hear it.
Simon  - But then you can't hear anything else.
You didn't hear me come in.
Betty  - I know.  Sorry. Maybe the volume is too high.
Simon  - Hey, did a packege come for me?
Betty  - I think so. I'll get it for you.
Simon  - It looks like you're enjoy your new cell phone.
Betty  - I am! Thanks again for helping me choose one.
Simon  - You're welcome.
Betty  - I love listening to music at work.
Simon  - Good. So, uh, did yuo find my package?
Betty  - Oh, right! I'm still looking.
 You know, I downloaded some music from the Internet!
Simon  - That's great.
Betty  - The Internet has a lot of music to choose from.
Simon  - Yes, it does.
Betty  - I also took some songs from my CDs and put them on my phone.
Simon  - Wow, Betty.
I didn't know you knew about these technologies.
Betty  - I didn't. Sara taught me.  Here's your package.
Simon  - Thanks.
Betty  - Oh, hey! This is my favorite song!
Listen! I'll play it on my phone's speakers!
08:26  On The Go.
  - instrument
  - violin
  - string
  - ensemble
  - snakeskin
  - sew, rope
  - shape
  - expert
  - musician
  - bow
 - chopstick
  - classical
15:12  Song Time
The Weather Report.

Sunday, October 20, 2013



00:00  Calendar Phrase:
I downloaded some songs for you.
Boy.  Hey, Marie. I downloaded some songs for you.
Girl. Really?  Thanks, Dan!
Boy.  Yes. I know you like pop music. So I downloaded some songs for you.
Girl.  Wow.  That's really sweet. Guess what?
Boy.  What?  I downloaded some songs for you, too!
Girl.  Really? Thanks! Do you want to listen to these songs together?
Girl.  Sure!



 On The Go.
  - musician
  - bow
 - chopstick
  - classical

Thursday, October 17, 2013


  On THe Go.
  - instrument
  - violin
  - string
  - ensemble

  - snakeskin
  - sew, rope
  - shape
  - expert

Monday, October 14, 2013


00:00  Hi, everyone.
00:33  Keywords:
00:41  - instrument (n)
Steve plays the guitar. Can you play an instrument?
00:54  - violin (n)
Marcia is learning to play the violin.  It's a beautiful instrument.
01:06  - expert (n)
Phil knows a lot about cars.  He is an expert.
01:19  - musician (n)
Angus is a musician. He sings and plays many instruments well.
01:32  - bow (n)
You need a bow to play the violin.
01:41  Let's say the keywords together again:
  - instrument (n)
  - violin (n)
  - expert (n)
  - musician (n)
  - bow (n)
02:10  The mission of the day is:
What is the Er- Hu also called?
02:52  On THe Go. Part 1.
03:07  - instrument
03:39  - violin
04:04  - string
04:14  - ensemble
04:22  Study the keywords:
04:41  - instrument (n)
05:30  - violin (n)
06:16  The answer to today's mission is:
It's called a Chinese violin.
06:32  On The Go.  Part 2.
06:39  - snakeskin
07:18  - sew, rope
07:33 shape
08:08  - expert
08:40  Study the keyword:
09:19  - expert (n)
10:24 On The Go.  Part 3.
10:34  - musician
10:40  - bow
10:44 - chopstick
11:12  - classical
12:37  Study the keywords:
13:26  - musician (n)
14:00  - bow (n)
14:42  Calendar Phrase:
I downloaded some songs for you.
Boy.  Hey, Marie. I downloaded some songs for you.
Girl. Really?  Thanks, Dan!
Boy.  Yes. I know you like pop music. So I downloaded some songs for you.
Girl.  Wow.  That's really sweet. Guess what?
Boy.  What?  I downloaded some songs for you, too!
Girl.  Really? Thanks! Do you want to listen to these songs together?
Girl.  Sure!
16:13  Question of the day:
Have you ever play an Er-Hu? Whould you like to try?

Friday, October 11, 2013

Thursday, October 10, 2013



  Small Town.
Simon  - Hi, Betty. Betty?
Betty  - Oh, hi, Simon! I'm listening to music on my cell phone.
Simon  - I thought so. That's a cool feature, isn't it?
Betty  - It is! I can put these earphones in my ears, and listen to music any time.
And no one else can hear it.
Simon  - But then you can't hear anything else.
You didn't hear me come in.
Betty  - I know.  Sorry. Maybe the volume is too high.

Simon  - Hey, did a packege come for me?
Betty  - I think so. I'll get it for you.
Simon  - It looks like you're enjoy your new cell phone.
Betty  - I am! Thanks again for helping me choose one.
Simon  - You're welcome.
Betty  - I love listening to music at work.
Simon  - Good. So, uh, did yuo find my package?
Betty  - Oh, right! I'm still looking.
 You know, I downloaded some music from the Internet!
Simon  - That's great.

Betty  - The Internet has a lot of music to choose from.
Simon  - Yes, it does.
Betty  - I also took some songs from my CDs and put them on my phone.
Simon  - Wow, Betty.
I didn't know you knew about these technologies.
Betty  - I didn't. Sara taught me.  Here's your package.
Simon  - Thanks.
Betty  - Oh, hey! This is my favorite song!
Listen! I'll play it on my phone's speakers!

Monday, October 7, 2013


00:00  Hi, everybody.
00:22  Keywords:
00:27  - cool (adj)
Jack is so cool! Everyone wants to be like him.
00:37  - volume (n)
The volume on the TV is too low. I can't hear anything!
00:51  - download (v)
Can you download these pictures off the Internet for me?
01:01  - speaker (n)
The speakers on my radio aren't working. I can't hear any sounds from them.
01:14  Let's say the keywords together again:
 - cool (adj)
 - volyme (n)
 - download (v)
 - speaker (n)
01:40The mission of the day is:
What does Betty love?
02:33  Small Town.  Part 1.
Simon  - Hi, Betty. Betty?
Betty  - Oh, hi, Simon! I'm listening to music on my cell phone.
Simon  - I thought so. That's a cool feature, isn't it?
Betty  - It is! I can put these earphones in my ears, and listen to music any time.
And no one else can hear it.
Simon  - But then you can't hear anything else.
You didn't hear me come in.
Betty  - I know.  Sorry. Maybe the volume is too high.
03:17  Study the keywords:
03:48  - volume (n)
04:56  - cool (adj)
05:30  Small Toun.  Part 2.
Simon  - Hey, did a packege come for me?
Betty  - I think so. I'll get it for you.
Simon  - It looks like you're enjoy your new cell phone.
Betty  - I am! Thanks again for helping me choose one.
Simon  - You're welcome.
Betty  - I love listening to music at work.
Simon  - Good. So, uh, did yuo find my package?
Betty  - Oh, right! I'm still looking.
 You know, I downloaded some music from the Internet!
Simon  - That's great.
06:13  The answer to today's mission is:
She loves listehing to music at work.
07:00  Study the keyword:  - download (v)
08:01  Small Town.  Part 3.
Betty  - The Internet has a lot of music to choose from.
Simon  - Yes, it does.
Betty  - I also took some songs from my CDs and put them on my phone.
Simon  - Wow, Betty.
I didn't know you knew about these technologies.
Betty  - I didn't. Sara taught me.  Here's your package.
Simon  - Thanks.
Betty  - Oh, hey! This is my favorite song!
Listen! I'll play it on my phone's speakers!
08:38  Study the keyword:
08:52  - speaker (n)
10:01  Inspector E
10:18 How is the jukebox coming along?
10:58  How is... coming along?
11:38  Conversation Replay.
13:42  Calendar Phrase:
What's your favorite king of music?
Boy.  Hey, Marie. What's your favorite king of music?
Girl. I don't know. Why?
Boy.  I just want to know. What's your favorite king of music?
Girl.  Hmm. That's a good question.
Boy.  Yes. Do you like jazz, or rock, of classical?
 What's your favorite king of music?
Girl.  No. I don't like any of those. I like pop music.
Boy.  Me, too. Pop is my favorite kind of music, too.
15:21  Question of the day :
Do you download music? Why? or Why not?

Sunday, October 6, 2013



  Calendar Phrase:
Turn up the radio!
Girl.  Oh! I love this song! Turn up the radio!
Boy.  What song is it?
 Girl.  It's my favorite song!  Turn up the radio!
Boy.  Is it a new song?
Girl. No. It's old.  Now turn up the radio!
Boy.  OK, OK!  I'll turn up the radio.

Friday, October 4, 2013



  Song Time
 The Weather Report
  - melody (n)
  - harmony (n)
  Happy Birthday
  - major (n)
04:13  The Weather Report
Take a look at the weather report
Before you go out today
It may be hot, or it may be cold
But spring is on its way
April showers bring May flowers
And hope for a beutiful day
Windy, rainy, hot or cold
Changing every day
Take a look at the weather report
Before you go out today
It may be hot, or it may be cold
But spring is on its way
April showers bring May flowers
And hope for a beutiful day
Windy, rainy, hot or cold
Changing every day
The forecast is for me to know
If spring is here to stay.

Thursday, October 3, 2013


  Small Town.
Max - Simon, my good man. How is the jukebox coming along?
Simon - It's just fine.  I finished organizing the CDs.
There are some great CDs in there.
Max - There really are.  I like almost every album in there.
Simon - You do, huh?  What about the boy band albums?
Do you like them?
Max - Sure!  They're fun.  Sara really liked those when she was younger.
Renee - Simon, weren't you in a boy band in college?
Simon - Renee.

Renee - What was the name of your band again, honey?
Simon - The Pop Rocks. We sang pop music.
Renee - They danced, too.
Max - That's great. Will you  sing a song for us now, Simon?
Simon - Uh, no.
Max - Why not? Simon! Simon! Sing a song!
Simon - No.
Renee - Come on, honey. Please!
 You'll really make my day.
Simon - Oh, all right.
Renee - Yay! Go honey!