Do you want to speak English? I think so.
Everybody must speak English.
–°an you learn it alone? I don`t think so.
Together we can do it.

Monday, December 2, 2013

00:00  Hi, everyone.
01:56  Conversation Replay:
02:02  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.
03:28  The Diner.
Renee  - Who left a tricycle here?
Max  - Renee, do you like my tricycle? I put it together.
Renee  - You built this tricycle?
Max  - Yes.
Renee  - Really? You're not good at building things.
But this looks great, Max.
Max  - Thank you, Renee.
Ben and I are going to be in the Small Town Tricycle Race.
And I want to win!
Renee  - Great! So how long did you work on this tricycle?
Max  - Oh, not that long. They work was pretty easy.
Renee - Let's good.
Max  - Look at these screws.  The work is very detailed.
Renee  - Yes. I can that. Good job, Max.
Max  - Thank you very much. Well, I'm going to start cooking.
Sara  - Good morning, Renee!
Renee  - Morning!
Sara  - Oh, Max brought the tricycle to work.
Renee  - Yes.
Sara  - I had fun putting it together. It was a little difficult.
There were lots of small pieces.
Renee  - Wait. You built it?
Sara  - Yes. Max wanted to build it, but he didn't know how.
So I helped him.
Renee  - I see.
Sara  - We worked on it for about two hours.
Renee  - Really. Hey, Max!
05:22  The Diner.
Max  - Yes? Hey, Sara.
Renee  - I just really like your tricycle.
Max  - I did a great job.
Sara  - You?
Max  - Uh - Sara and I did a wonderful job - together!
OK. Sara did most of the work.
Renee  - I see.
Sara  - But Max helped. He got the tools out.
Renee  - Hey, you guys didn't decorate the tricycle.
Max  - So?
Renee  - I'm taking a DIY class for flower arrangement.
I can put flowers on your tricycle for you.
Max  - I have a better idea. I'll glue candies all over it.
Max  - Guess what!
Renee  - You won the tricycle race!
Max  - Well, no. But look at this!
Renee  - You won the Most Creative Decorations Award for your tricycle!
Good job!
Max  - For my prize,I get a free DIY class. I can pick the class.
Renee  - Great! What class are you picking?
Max  - I'll let Sara pick because she did the most work!
06:52  Small Town.
Ben  - Hi, Sara.
Sara  - Hey, Ben.
 Hi, Max. What are you cooking? Can I try some?
Max  - Uh,OK.
Sara  - Wait. What is it?
Max  - It's glue.
Sara  - Glue!? Ew! You would let me eat glue?
Max  - Well, you asked to try some.
Ben  - It's just flour and water. It won't hurt you.
Sara  - Flour and water make glue?
Max  - Well, kind of. It's more like paste.
Sara  - Why are you making paste?
Max  - You'll see. Ben, can you get that newspaper?
Put it on the table.
Ben  - Do you need these cardboard boxes, too?
Max  - Yes, and the tape.
Sara  - What is going on?
Betty  - Am I realy?
Max  - No, you're on time. Come in!
Sara  - What is going on?!
Betty  - We're having a papier- mache class!
Sara  - And Max is the teacher?
Max  - I'm learning about papier-mache in my DIY class, remember. Sara?
Sara  - Oh, right! I chose that class for you.
You like it?
Max  - I do.
Betty  - Max sounded so excited about papier-mache.
I asked him to teach me.
Ben  - Max said I could stay for dinner if I joined the class.
Max  - Do you want to join us. Sara?
Sara  - Well, OK. I like crafts.
And I want to see if you really know what you're doing!
08:45  Small Town.
Max  - Does everyone have something they put the papier mache on?
Sara  - I have a balloon.
Ben  - I have a box.
Betty  - My bottle is ready.
Max  - Good.  And the paste is ready.
So now we need to tear this newspaper into long strips.
Betty  - How wide should the strips be?
Max  - About I or 2 inches.
Sara  - Ben, stop!
Ben  - What?
Sara  - That's my article! Don't tear my article!
Ben  - Oh. Sorry.
Ben  - Now, mix the newspaper pieces and the paste together.
Betty  - This is so fun. I love making a mess.
Sara  - Me, too. I feel like a kid again.
Ben  - OK. What's next?
Max  - Take the wet pieces of paper and put them on your box.
Or your bottle or balloon.
Ben  - I'm done.
Max  - No, you're not. You need to cover it with two to four lavers.
Ben  - Four lavers?
Max  - Then you let it dry. When it's dry, you cover it again.
Ben  - Again?
Max  - And again and again, if you need to.
Sara  - Then we paint and decorate them, right?
Max  - Right.
Ben  - We're never going to eat dinner!
Max  - Don't worry. We'll take a break and eat while these are drying.
Betty  - The pizza should be here soon.
Max  - So get back to work!
10:23   Song Time
11:58  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.
13:47 Word Power
  - tool
  - toolbox
  - screwdriver
  - hammer
  - scissors
  - tape measure
  - wrench

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