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Monday, June 30, 2014

00:00  Hello, everyone.
00:35  Keywords:
00:43  - worth (adj)
This necklace is worth a lot of money.
00:55  - honest (adj)
Steve is an honest person. He never tells lies.
01:05  - stand up (v)
After class, everyone stood up and left.
01:17  Let's say the keywords together again:
 - worth (adj)
 - honest (adj)
 - stand up (v)
01:38  The mission of the day is:
What Chinese food does Patty want to make first?
02:31  Dear Journal.  Part 1.
Dear Journal,
I went to Susie A-yi's house for dinner tonight.
Brian and his neighbor,
Paul, had a big fight over a gold coin.
Both said the coin was theirs.
I knew it was Brian's because Paul lied about a date.
Lying isn't good.
I hope Paul learned his lesson.
That gold coin was not worth the fight.
Being honest is always the best.
03:08  Study the keywords:
04:06  - worth (adj)
05:15  - honest (adj)
05:37  Dear Journal.  Part 2.
I'm really enjoying this Taiwan trip.
I like the people and I love the food!
Tonight, Susie A-yi cooked a delicious meal.
I had three - cup chicken, fried rice, eggplant,
water spinach and green bean soup.
Chinese food is so flavorful.
The three - cup chicken and
green bean soup were sweet.
The eggplant was a little spicy,
and the fried rice and spinach were salty.
06:17
06:39  - flavorful (adj)
07:21  Dear Journal.  Part 3.
Tonight I learned that a Chinese wedding banquet
often has eight courses of food!
Wow! That's a lot of food.
I think Chinese food is becoming
one of my favorite cuisines.
I want to learn to cook Chinese food
and maybe Susie A-yi can teach me.
First, I'll start with cooking rice.
That should be easy!
Boy, I am still so full!
I need to stand up now.
The (Very Full) Taiwan Traveler,
Patty
08:00 Study the keyword:
08:36  - stand up (v)
09:30  The answer to today's mission is:
Patty will start cooking rice.
09:47  Movie Minute.
09:56  Lichuan Fish Farm
10:16  golden clam
11:19  stir - fried clams
11:31  Conversation Replay
13:32  Calendar Phrase
I am so full!
I am so hungry.
I'm not. I am so full.
Do you know how many dumplings I ate?
How many?
Fifty dumplings.
I am so full.
I don't believe you.
You ate fifty dumplings?
They were very small dumplings.
I am so full!
Next time, share your dumplings with me!
15:10  Question of the day:
What is your favorite Chinese food?


00:00  Calendar Phrase
I can clean up.
Boy 1.  The kichen is so dirty!
Boy 2.  Sorry. I can clean up.
Boy 1.  What happened?
Boy 2.  Jan, Marie, and I had a food fight.
Boy 1. Really? Why didn't they help clean up?
Boy 2.  Well, I was throwing most of the food at them.
So they left.
Boy 1.  Oh.
Boy 2.  I can clean up.
Boy 1.  I can clean up, too.

Friday, June 27, 2014



00:00  Inspector E.
00:22  But it's not yours to share.
01:00  But it's not yours to share.
01:23  It's not ... to ...

Thursday, June 26, 2014


00:00  Conversation at home.
Patty  - The real owner is Brian.
Susie A-yi  - How do you know, Patty?
Patty  - Because there is no April 31 st. The month of April only has 30 days.
Brian  - That's right.
Paul  - Fine. Take your coin.
Susie A-yi  - Oh my!
John  - Paul!
Paul  - I'm sorry! OK? Sorry!
Brian  - I really don't like Paul.

00:43  Conversation at home.
John  - Does he pick on you a lot?
Brian  - Yes. Well, no. Not really. He gets picked on, too.
John  - Paul just needs hels sometimes. We all do.
Patty  - He wasn't very polite.
John  - No. I think Paul is angry and sad.
His parents aren't home very much.
Susie A-yi  - So we often invite him to eat dinner with us.
Brian  - I try to be nice. But sometimes, it's hard.
John  - I'm glad you try, Brian. Paul is a good kid.

01:22  Conversation at home.
Patty  - Paul was rude.
Susie A-yi  - Yes. But we need to be kind anyway.
We aren't nice to everyone all the time, either.
Patty  -  No. You're right, Susie A-yi.
Susie A-yi  - Well, I'll call Paul's mother later.
Patty  - Susie A-yi, I can alean up.
Susie A-yi  - No, no.
Brian  - Mom, you've had a long day. We'll clean.
Susie A-yi  - OK. Thank you!
Patty  - Thank you, Susie A-yi. Dinner was so good!

Monday, June 23, 2014

00:00  Hi, everybody.
00:26  Keywords:
00:30  - polite (adj)
It's polite to knock on the door before you open it.
00:40  - invite (v)
I'm having a party. And I'm inviting you.
00:52  - rude (adj)
Don't talk when the teacher is talking. That is rude.
01:02  Let's say the keywords together again:
  - polite (adj)
  - invite (v)
  - rude (adj)
01:22  The mission of the day is:
Who is the real owner of the coin?
01:57  Conversation at home.  Part 1.
Patty  - The real owner is Brian.
Susie A-yi  - How do you know, Patty?
Patty  - Because there is no April 31 st. The month of April only has 30 days.
Brian  - That's right.
Paul  - Fine. Take your coin.
Susie A-yi  - Oh my!
John  - Paul!
Paul  - I'm sorry! OK? Sorry!
Brian  - I really don't like Paul.
02:34  The answer to today's mission is:
The real onwer is Brain.
03:05  New word:
03:35  - fine (adj)
04:25  Conversation at home.  Part 2.
John  - Does he pick on you a lot?
Brian  - Yes. Well, no. Not really. He gets picked on, too.
John  - Paul just needs hels sometimes. We all do.
Patty  - He wasn't very polite.
John  - No. I think Paul is angry and sad.
His parents aren't home very much.
Susie A-yi  - So we often invite him to eat dinner with us.
Brian  - I try to be nice. But sometimes, it's hard.
John  - I'm glad you try, Brian. Paul is a good kid.
05:06  New Word:
05:58  - pick on (v)
06:15  Study the keywords:
06:22  - polite (adj)
06:52  - impolite (adj)
07:19  - invite (v)
07:34  Conversation at home.  Part 3.
Patty  - Paul was rude.
Susie A-yi  - Yes. But we need to be kind anyway.
We aren't nice to everyone all the time, either.
Patty  -  No. You're right, Susie A-yi.
Susie A-yi  - Well, I'll call Paul's mother later.
Patty  - Susie A-yi, I can alean up.
Susie A-yi  - No, no.
Brian  - Mom, you've had a long day. We'll clean.
Susie A-yi  - OK. Thank you!
Patty  - Thank you, Susie A-yi. Dinner was so good!
08:14  Study the keyword:
08:51  - rude (adj)
09:53  Inspector E.
10:12  But it's not yours to share.
10:50  But it's not yours to share.
11:13  It's not ... to ...
11:46  Conversation Replay
13:46  Calendar Phrase
I can clean up.
Boy 1.  The kichen is so dirty!
Boy 2.  Sorry. I can clean up.
Boy 1.  What happened?
Boy 2.  Jan, Marie, and I had a food fight.
Boy 1. Really? Why didn't they help clean up?
Boy 2.  Well, I was throwing most of the food at them.
So they left.
Boy 1.  Oh.
Boy 2.  I can clean up.
Boy 1.  I can clean up, too.
15:37  Question of the day:
Who do you fight most with? Why?


00:00  Calendar Phrase:
I love to eat dessert.
Girl 1.  Does anyone want ice cream?
Girl 2.  Yes. I love to eat dessert.
Girl 1.  I do, too. Dan?
Boy.  I love to eat dessert, but I don't like ice cream.
Girl 1.  What?! Why not?
Boy.  It is too cold.
I like warm desserts like hot apple pie.
Girl 1.  Oh, sorry. There isn't any apple pie.
Boy.  OK, you two will have to eat my dessert.
Girl 1. 2. Sure! I love to eat dessert!


00:00  Song Time
Ice cream, lemonade
Cold and delicious treats
Popsicles, mango ice
They just can't be beat
Iced tea, banana splits
It is so hard to choose
As long as it's refreshing
We will never lose

Summer time is fun time
With such good things to eat
That's why it's my favorite time
To go and have a treat

Have a treat
Summer time is fun time
With such good things to eat
That's why it's my favorite time
To go and have a treat
And have a treat

Summer time is fun time
With such good things to eat
That's why it's my favorite time
To go and have a treat

Summer time is fun time
With such good things to eat
That's why it's my favorite time
To go and have a treat
And have a treat

Thursday, June 19, 2014


00:00  Dinner at home.
- After dinner, Aunt Susie brings out green bean soup.
Brian is very excited. He loves green soup.
Patty is surprised. She usually eats salty beans.
She never eats beans for dessert.
But she tries a little of the soup.
She likes it. She asks for more green bean soup.
The whole family enjoys the dessert together.
Then Brian sees Paul. Paul is playing with a coin.
Brian is not happy.

00:51  Conversation at home.
Brian  - That's my coin, Paul!
Paul  - No, it's not.
Brian - Yes, it is.
Paul  - The coin is cool. It's gold.
Brian  - Give it back, Paul.
Paul  - I can share it with you.
Brian  - But it's not yours to share. It's mine.
Susie A- yi  - Brian, it's OK.
If Paul wants to share, let him.
Brian  - But it's not his!
John  - Both of you can have it.
Paul  - Brian, we can play with it together.

01:25  Conversation at home.
Brian  - Paul, my teacher gave the coin to me.
You were there.
John  - Is that true, Paul?
Paul  - No. Mr. Lee gave it to me.
Brian  - When did you take it from me, Paul?
Paul  - What are you talking about?
John  - When did Mr. Lee give the coin to you, Paul?
Paul  - Let me think...
he gave it to me on April 31st.
Patty  - Then Paul is not the real owner.

Monday, June 16, 2014

00:00  Hello, everyone.
00:27  Keywords:
00:33  - bean (n)
Eat your beans, Joel. They are good for you.
00:45  - soup (n)
Charles likes eating hot soup on a cold day.
00:56  - coin (n)
Diana doesn't have a lot of money. She only has a few coins.
01:10  - true (adj)
Is it true that Marty has a new job?
01:20  Let's say the keywords together again:
  - bean (n)
  - soup (n)
  - coin (n)
  - true (adj)
01:44  The mission of the day is:
What is Paul playing with?
02:16  Dinner at home.  Part 1.
- After dinner, Aunt Susie brings out green bean soup.
Brian is very excited. He loves green soup.
Patty is surprised. She usually eats salty beans.
She never eats beans for dessert.
But she tries a little of the soup.
She likes it. She asks for more green bean soup.
The whole family enjoys the dessert together.
Then Brian sees Paul. Paul is playing with a coin.
Brian is not happy.
02:59  Study the keywords:
03:34  - bean (n)
04:14  - soup (n)
04:36  - coin (n)
05:07  The answer to today's mission is:
Paul is playing with a coin.
05:18  Conversation at home.  Part 2.
Brian  - That's my coin, Paul!
Paul  - No, it's not.
Brian - Yes, it is.
Paul  - The coin is cool. It's gold.
Brian  - Give it back, Paul.
Paul  - I can share it with you.
Brian  - But it's not yours to share. It's mine.
Susie A- yi  - Brian, it's OK.
If Paul wants to share, let him.
Brian  - But it's not his!
John  - Both of you can have it.
Paul  - Brian, we can play with it together.
05:52  New word:
07:02  - share (v)
07:24  Conversation at home.  Part 3.
Brian  - Paul, my teacher gave the coin to me.
You were there.
John  - Is that true, Paul?
Paul  - No. Mr. Lee gave it to me.
Brian  - When did you take it from me, Paul?
Paul  - What are you talking about?
John  - When did Mr. Lee give the coin to you, Paul?
Paul  - Let me think...
he gave it to me on April 31st.
Patty  - Then Paul is not the real owner.
07:58  Study the keywords:
08:12  - owner (n)
09:09  - true (adj)
09:44  - false (adj)
10:10  Song Time
Ice cream, lemonade
Cold and delicious treats
Popsicles, mango ice
They just can't be beat
Iced tea, banana splits
It is so hard to choose
As long as it's refreshing
We will never lose

Summer time is fun time
With such good things to eat
That's why it's my favorite time
To go and have a treat

Have a treat
Summer time is fun time
With such good things to eat
That's why it's my favorite time
To go and have a treat
And have a treat

Summer time is fun time
With such good things to eat
That's why it's my favorite time
To go and have a treat

Summer time is fun time
With such good things to eat
That's why it's my favorite time
To go and have a treat
And have a treat
12:02  Conversation Replay.
13:57  calendar Phrase:
I love to eat dessert.
Girl 1.  Does anyone want ice cream?
Girl 2.  Yes. I love to eat dessert.
Girl 1.  I do, too. Dan?
Boy.  I love to eat dessert, but I don't like ice cream.
Girl 1.  What?! Why not?
Boy.  It is too cold.
I like warm desserts like hot apple pie.
Girl 1.  Oh, sorry. There isn't any apple pie.
Boy.  OK, you two will have to eat my dessert.
Girl 1. 2. Sure! I love to eat dessert!
15:49  Question of the day:
Do you like to share your things with others? Why? or Why not?



00:00  Calendar Phrase:
How did you cook it?
Boy.  This chicken is delicious. How did you cook it?
Girl 1.  I fried it and put a lot of spices on it.
Girl 2.  What about the beet? How did you cook it?
Girl 1.  I fried the beef, too. But I put a lot of sauce on it.
Girl 2.  It's good.
Girl 1.  It's not as good as your noodle dish.
How did you cook it?
Girl 2.  I didn't!  I bought it at the fast food place!
I didn't have time to cook that!



00;00  How To
  How Tow
       Say what you want to eat.
-  I'd like to eat a hamburger.
-  I'm in the mood for Chinese food.
-  I'm hungry for Italian food.


00:00  Dinner at home.  Part 1.
Brian  - This vegetable is kong xin cai.
In English, people call it water spinach.
Patty  - Kong xin cai. I like it!
Susie A-yi, thanks for cooking dinner.
Susie A-yi  - Eat more!
Patty  - No thank you. I'm full!
Susie A-yi  - Eat more!
Paul  - I can't. The food is not that good.
Patty  - Excuse me?
Brian  - Paul, what did you say?
Paul  - Oh, nothing.
Susie A-yi   - Eat more, everyone.

00:47  Dinner at home.   Part 2.
Patty  - Susie A-yi  how did you cook the eggplant?
Susie A-yi   - Do you like it?
Patty  - Yes. When my mom cooks eggplants they're
usually brown. But these are purple.
Susie A-yi   - I fry the eggplants in a wok with some vinegar.
Then the eggplants stay purple.
John  - My wife cooks the best Chinese food.
Patty  - I know. Susie A-yi, you really cooked a lot of dishes.

01:22  Dinner at home.  Part 3.
Brian  - She did. But you know, at a wedding banquet,
there are often eight courses of food.
Patty  - Really? If I went to one, I'd probably be stuffed!
Why eight courses of food?
Susie A-yi  - The number "8" in Chinese sounds like "good luck".
John  - Each dish has a special meaning, too.
Patty  - That's very interesting.
Brian  - Ma, what's for dessert tonight?
Susie A-yi  - I almost forgot. I made something special.

Monday, June 9, 2014

00:00  Hi, everybody.
00:23  Keywords:
00:25  - spinach (n)
Popeye's  favorite vegetable is spinach.
00:36  - fry (v)
Mrs. Goldstein fried seven chickens for the big party.
00:49  - wok (n)
Karen uses a wok when she cooks Chinese food.
01:00  - vinegar (n)
Julie enjoys eating Chinese food with lots of vinegar.
01:13  - luck (n)
Mary has good luck. She wins this game every time.
01:23  Let's say the keywords together again:
  - spinach (n)
  - fry (v)
  - wok (n)
  - vinegar (n)
  - luck (n)
02:33  Dinner at home.  Part 1.
Brian  - This vegetable is kong xin cai.
In English, people call it water spinach.
Patty  - Kong xin cai. I like it!
Susie A-yi, thanks for cooking dinner.
Susie A-yi  - Eat more!
Patty  - No thank you. I'm full!
Susie A-yi  - Eat more!
Paul  - I can't. The food is not that good.
Patty  - Excuse me?
Brian  - Paul, what did you say?
Paul  - Oh, nothing.
Susie A-yi   - Eat more, everyone.
03:13  Study the keyword:
03:39  - spinach (n)
04:51  Dinner at home.   Part 2.
Patty  - Susie A-yi  how did you cook the eggplant?
Susie A-yi   - Do you like it?
Patty  - Yes. When my mom cooks eggplants they're
usually brown. But these are purple.
Susie A-yi   - I fry the eggplants in a wok with some vinegar.
Then the eggplants stay purple.
John  - My wife cooks the best Chinese food.
Patty  - I know. Susie A-yi, you really cooked a lot of dishes.
05:24  The answer to today's mission is:
Susie cooks the best Chinese food.
06:07  Study the keywords:
06:11  - fry (v)
06:29  - fried (p t/p p)
06:51  - wok (n)
07:32  - vinegar (n)
07:54  Dinner at home.  Part 3.
Brian  - She did. But you know, at a wedding banquet,
there are often eight courses of food.
Patty  - Really? If I went to one, I'd probably be stuffed!
Why eight courses of food?
Susie A-yi  - The number "8" in Chinese sounds like "good luck".
John  - Each dish has a special meaning, too.
Patty  - That's very interesting.
Brian  - Ma, what's for dessert tonight?
Susie A-yi  - I almost forgot. I made something special.
08:33  Study the keyword:
09:27  - luck (n)
10;09  How To
  How Tow
       Say what you want to eat.
-  I'd like to eat a hamburger.
-  I'm in the mood for Chinese food.
-  I'm hungry for Italian food.
11:53  Conversation Replay.
13:47  Calendar Phrase:
How did you cook it?
Boy.  This chicken is delicious. How did you cook it?
Girl 1.  I fried it and put a lot of spices on it.
Girl 2.  What about the beet? How did you cook it?
Girl 1.  I fried the beef, too. But I put a lot of sauce on it.
Girl 2.  It's good.
Girl 1.  It's not as good as your noodle dish.
How did you cook it?
Girl 2.  I didn't!  I bought it at the fast food place!
I didn't have time to cook that!
15:26  Question of the day:
Are you a good cook? Why? or Why not?



00:00  Calendar Phrase
This smells great!
Girl 1.  Marie, please try my beef noodle soup!
Girl 2.  Oh, this smells great!  It looks great, too!
Girl 1.  I really like it.  It's my favorite soup.
Girl 2.  This smells great!
Girl 1.  Here you go.
Girl 2.  Thank you.  This smells great!
And it tastes delicious!


00:00  Word Power
  - rice cooker
  - cutting board
  - pot
  - wok
  - chopsticks

Monday, June 2, 2014

00:00  Hi, everyone.
00:37  Keywords:
00:43  - chopstick (n)
I eat my food with chopsticks.
00:53  - smell (v)
The food smells great!
01:03  - neighbor (n)
Hal lives beside Sally. Hal is Sally's neighbor.
01:16  - chicken (n)
Shirely eats chicken but not fish.
01:25  - cook (n)
Brad makes good food. He is the best cook in that restaurant.
01:39  - cook (v)
Mom cooks the best food!
01:48  - dish (n)
Kung pao chicken is my favorite Chinese dish.
Let's say the keywords together again:
 - chopstick (n)
 - smell (v)
 - neighbor (n)
 - chicken (n)
 - cook (n)
 - cook (v)
 - dish (n)
02:32  The mission of the day is:
What kind of food does Patty's Dad like?
02:51    Dinner at home.  Part 1.
Brian  - Is dinner ready, Mom?
Mom  - Yes. Go get Paul. He's eating dinner with us.
Brian  - Why?
Mom  - His parents aren't home tonight.
Brian  - OK.
Susie A-yi   - John, dear, can you get the chopsticks?
John  - Sure. Dinner smells good.
Patty  - Can I help?
Susie A-yi  - No, no. Patty, sit here.
Brian  - I'm back with Paul.
Paul  - Hi, Uncle John, Susie A-yi.
John  - Hi!
Susie A-yi  - Hello!
Brian  - Patty, this is Paul. He is our neighbor.
03:34  Study the keywords:
03:57  - chopstick (n)
04:45  - smell (v)
05:27  - neighbor (n)
05:47   Dinner at home.  Part 2.
Patty  - Hi, Paul.
Paul  - Hey.
Susie A-yi - Let's eat, everyone.
Patty, try some three-cup chicken.
Patty  - Three cups of chicken?
Paul  - No, not three cups of chicken. Three-cup chicken.
Susie A-yi - You need three cups of ingredients.
Patty  - Oh!
Patty  - Three-cup chicken is really good!
Brian  - Mom is the best cook!
Susie A-yi - Thanks! And here is some fried rice.
Paul  - No, thanks.
Patty  - I love fried rice! Mom makes it sometimes.
06:31  Study the keywords:
06:50  - chicken (n)
07:54  - cook (n)
08:25  Dinner at home.  Part 3.
Patty  - Hi, Paul.
Paul  - Hey.
Susie A-yi - Let's eat, everyone.
Patty, try some three-cup chicken.
Patty  - Three cups of chicken?
Paul  - No, not three cups of chicken. Three-cup chicken.
Susie A-yi - You need three cups of ingredients.
Patty  - Oh!
Patty  - Three-cup chicken is really good!
Brian  - Mom is the best cook!
Susie A-yi - Thanks! And here is some fried rice.
Paul  - No, thanks.
Patty  - I love fried rice! Mom makes it sometimes.
06:31  Study the keywords:
06:50  - chicken (n)
07:54  - cook (n)
08:25                     Part 3.
Susie A-yi - Does your mom cook much Chinese food?
Patty  - No. Mom cooks more American food.
Dad likes American food.
Susie A-yi - Yes. I remember.
Patty  - What's that dish?
Paul  - Oyster omelet. Yum!
Brian  - It's really good. Try it, Patty.
Patty  - Uh, OK. This is interesting.
Paul  - Hey, Patty! Do you want the fish head?!
Patty  - Fish head?
Susie A-yi - Patty, eat some vegetables
Patty  - Thanks, Susie A-yi.
09:13  The answer to today's mission is:
He likes American food.
09:51  - cook (v)
10:29  - dish (n)
10:53  Word Power
11:22  - rice cooker
11:38  - cutting board
11:56  - pot
12:11  - wok
12:26  - chopsticks
12:40  Conversation Replay
15:01  Calendar Phrase
This smells great!
Girl 1.  Marie, please try my beef noodle soup!
Girl 2.  Oh, this smells great!  It looks great, too!
Girl 1.  I really like it.  It's my favorite soup.
Girl 2.  This smells great!
Girl 1.  Here you go.
Girl 2.  Thank you.  This smells great!
And it tastes delicious!
16:24  Question of the day:
Who do you eat dinner with?
00:00  Small Town
- Sara is very sad.
She is crying.
Her speech in history class did not go well.
She was too nervous.
Now she still feels bad.
Sara goes into her house.
She rungs to the bathroom.
A little later, Ben comes into the house.
He looks around.
He calls for Max and Sara.
No one answers.
So he walks through the house.
He needs the bathroom.
Sara  - Ben! What are you doing?
Ben  - I'm sorry, Sara!
Sara  - Why don't you knock?
Ben  - I'm really sorry.
Sara  - I am using the bathroom.
 Ben - I know - now.
Sara  - Don't just open the door.  Knock first!
Ben  - Sorry!
Sara  - And don't just come into my house. Knock first!
Sara  - What are you doing here?
Ben  - I'm looking for Max.
Sara  - He comes home at 9:00.
Ben  - OK. So what is on your face? It's green.
Sara  - Ben! It's a mask. Just go!  Please!
Ben  - OK!
Sara  - Bye.
Ben  - Hi. Sorry. But I really need the bathroom.
Can I use it?
Sara  - Ah! Fine!
01:52  Small Town
Max  - Renee, don't worry about today.
Renee  - I know. Today was just one of those days.
Simon  - How was your day, guys?
Max  - It was embarrassing.
Simon  - Why? What happened?
Renee  - Lots of bad things.
Simon  - Really? Like what?
Max  - Well, most of the day was OK.
Renee  - Then Mr. and Mrs. Lewis came into The Diner.
Simon  - Mr. and Mrs.Lewis?
Oh, they are the new owners of The Diner. Right?
Max  - Yes. They live in Chicago.
And they always like to come to The Diner without telling us.
Renee  -  But that's OK.
Max  - So, at first, everything was great.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis loved my cooking.
Simon  - But then something happened?
Renee  - Well then Ben came in.
Simon  - So?Ben  - He saw Carl.
He saw him under the table.
Simon - Who is Carl?
Renee  - One of Ben's cockroaches.
Simon  - That's not good.
Renee  - No. Ben ran around The Diner looking for Carl.
Max  - I told him to stop running.
Renee  - Then he ran into me.
Simon  - You didn't have -
Renee  - Yes. I had food in my hands.
I spilled food on a customer. I felt so embarrassed.
Simon  - Oh, no!
03:44  Small Town
Renee  - And guess who the customer was.
Mrs. Lewis!
Simon  - Oh, no!
Max  - Oh, yes.  Renee apologized right away.
Renee  - I said, " I'm so sorry. Let me clean this up for you.
Max will bring you another dish ASAP. It will be on us."
Max  - Mrs. Lewis said, " Well, good. Right now it's on me."
 Renee  - So I said, " Right. Sorry.
 Your food will be free. No charge."
Max  - Mr. Lewis was mad and asked about our cockroach problem.
Renee  - I explained to Mr. Lewis very calmly.
Ben keeps cockroaches as pets.
Max  - We clean The Diner every day after work.
We don't have a cockroach problem.
Renee  - Finally, Ben found it.
Max  - Or he thought so. But it wasn't a cockroach.
It was just some food.
Renee  - So Ben ran out the door, still looking for Carl.
Max  - Then Mrs. Lewis just laughed and laughed.
Renee  - She said, " You guys are so funny."
Max  - We were so happy to the that!
05:04  Small Town
Sara  - Hey, Betty.
Betty  - Hi, Sara! Do you need to mail something?
Sara  - No. I want to ask you about my newspaper article.
Betty  - Ah, you need your editor. Let me put on my editor's hat.
OK. I'm ready.
Sara  - You're funny.
Betty  - So what's the problem?
Sara  - I can't write about this subjiect.
Betty  - " Embarrassing Moments: What Would You Do?"
But this subject is perfect for you!
Sara  - Are you making fun of me?
Betty  - No! You and Max have had some embarrassing moments lately, right?
Sara  - And you want me to write about them?
I don't want the whole town to know!
Betty  - Well, this is a small town.
They might already know.
Sara  - Betty!
Betty  - Sorry. That wasn't funny.
I thought you might have some wisdom to share with our readers.
Sara  - What kind of wisdom?
Betty  - Talk about what to do when you are embarrassed.
Sara  - Ok, Let's see.
 You can run home, like I did after my embarrassing presentation at school.
Betty  - I'm sorry. I didn't hear about that.
Sara  You can yell and get angry, like I did when Ben came into the bathroom.
Betty  - I heard about that.
Sara  - You can ignore the person who embarrasses you.
I am still ignoring Ben.
Betty  - Or you can forgive the person.
Sara  - Yeah, but...
I guess you're right. I'd better go.
Betty  - Talk to Ben?
Sara  - And write my article!