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Sunday, August 31, 2014



00:00  Calendar Phrase:
What is your favorite sport?
Girl 1.  Marie, what is your favorite sport?
Girl 2.  Football.
Girl 1.  Football? Do you mean soccer or American football?
What is your favorite sport?
Girl 2.  I like both. But I like American football better.
What about you? What is your favorite sport?
Girl 1.  I like football, too.
Girl 2.  Really? Let's play together sometime.
Girl 1.  OK!



00:00  Word Power
00:31  - basketball
00:42  - player
01:00  - team
01:17  - basket
01:28  - point
01:39  - win


00:00  Small Town.  Part 1.
- Simon is in The Diner.
He is listening to a baseball game on the radio.
He has a baseball.
He is playing with it.
Simon loves baseball.
Max comes over to Simon.
Max talks to him.
Simon ignores Max.
Renee comes over.
She hugs Simon.
He ignores her.
What is wrong with Simon?

00:43  Small Town.  Part 2.
Simon  - Yes! We are winning!
Renee - Oh. Simon is listening to a Chicago Cubs game.
Max  - Are the Cubs his favorite team?
Renee  - Yes. You can't talk to him now.
He is focusing on the game.
Simon  - Where is my phone? I need a phone! Renee!
Renee  - OK! Here's my cell phone!
Simon  - Throw it to me!
Renee  - OK!
Simon  - Here, catch the ball!
Renee  - OK!

01:19  Small Town.  Part 3.
Max  - What is going on?
Renee  - People can call the radio station.
Then they answer questions about the Cubs.
Max  - Oh, right!
They can win free tickets for the next game!
Renee  - Right. Simon calls every game.
He doesn't win.
Max  - Maybe Simon can win this time.
Simon  - Hey, you two, listen to this!
- And Simon Way is the winner! See you soon, Simon!
00:00  Hi, everyone.
00:33  Keywords:
00:37  - baseball (n)
Can we play baseball now? I love this game!
00:49  - radio (n)
Judy listens to music on the radio.
00:58  - team (n)
We need nine people for our baseball team.
01:08 - throw (v)
Don't throw things in the house. Go outside.
01:19  - catch (v)
Throw me your keys. I can catch them.
01:28  - ticket (n)
I have two movie tickets. Come see a movie with me!
01:39  Let's say the keywords together again:
  - baseball (n)
  - radio (n)
  - team (n)
  - throw (v)
  - catch (v)
  - ticket (n)
02:14  The mission of the day is:
What does Simon win?
02:46  Small Town.  Part 1.
- Simon is in The Diner.
He is listening to a baseball game on the radio.
He has a baseball.
He is playing with it.
Simon loves baseball.
Max comes over to Simon.
Max talks to him.
Simon ignores Max.
Renee comes over.
She hugs Simon.
He ignores her.
What is wrong with Simon?
03:23  Study the keywords:
03:56  - baseball (n)
04:44  - radio (n)
05:27  Small Town.  Part 2.
Simon  - Yes! We are winning!
Renee - Oh. Simon is listening to a Chicago Cubs game.
Max  - Are the Cubs his favorite team?
Renee  - Yes. You can't talk to him now.
He is focusing on the game.
Simon  - Where is my phone? I need a phone! Renee!
Renee  - OK! Here's my cell phone!
Simon  - Throw it to me!
Renee  - OK!
Simon  - Here, catch the ball!
Renee  - OK!
06:02  Study the keywords:
06:23  - throw (v)
07:02  - cath (v)
07:31  - caught (p  t)
07:59  - team (n)
08:24  Small Town.  Part 3.
Max  - What is going on?
Renee  - People can call the radio station.
Then they answer questions about the Cubs.
Max  - Oh, right!
They can win free tickets for the next game!
Renee  - Right. Simon calls every game.
He doesn't win.
Max  - Maybe Simon can win this time.
Simon  - Hey, you two, listen to this!
- And Simon Way is the winner! See you soon, Simon!
08:59  The answer to today's mission is:
Simon wins free tickets for the next game.
09:41  Study the keyword:
-  ticket (n)
10:37  Word Power
11:04  - basketball
11:16  - player
11:33  - team
11:50  - basket
12:02  - point
12:13  - win
12:26  Conversation Replay
14:16  Calendar Phrase:
What is your favorite sport?
Girl 1.  Marie, what is your favorite sport?
Girl 2.  Football.
Girl 1.  Football? Do you mean soccer or American football?
What is your favorite sport?
Girl 2.  I like both. But I like American football better.
What about you? What is your favorite sport?
Girl 1.  I like football, too.
Girl 2.  Really? Let's play together sometime.
Girl 1.  OK!
15:40  Question of the day:
Do you like baseball? Why? or Why not?


00:00  Word Power
00:32  - skin
00:43  - wet
01:01  - soap
01:13  - rinse
01:31  - dry

00:00   Conversation.
Betty  - Hi, Ben!  What are you doing here?
Ben  - I'm resting in the sun. I'm waiting for Max.
Betty  - Oh, that's nice. I have a package for Max.
Ben  - you can give it to me.
Betty  - Sorry. I need Max's signature.
Wow, I'm really hot!
Ben  - The sun is hot. But I like it.
My skin is getting dark.
Betty  - No, it isn't. It's getting red!
Ben  - Really? Am I red?
Betty  - Yes, you are! The sun isn't good for your skin.
Ben  - A little sun is OK.
Betty  - Yes. But too much sun is bad for your skin.
Ben  - But I don't like white skin. I like dark skin.
Betty  - Maybe you do. But the sun can hurt your skin.
Ben  - OK. Well, I can worry about that tomorrow.
Betty  - Ben, don't you care about your skin?
Ben  - Yes, I do. I just want dark skin.
Betty  - But you don't want red skin.
Ben  - No.
Betty  - Well, your skin is red now. The sun is burning you.
Ben  - No, it's not.
Betty  - Are you sure?
Ben  - Ouch! That hurts. Don't touch me.
Betty  - See? Now get out of the sun!
Ben  - Ok, OK!
01:51  Small Town.
Renee  - Hi, Sara! How are you?
Can I get you something to drink?
Sara  - Just water, please.
Renee  - Are you all right?
Why do you have that scarf over your face?
Sara  - Oh, Renee! I don't want anyone to see me.
My skin is so ugly!
Renee  - It can't be that bad.
Sara  - But it is bad! Everyone at school tells me that!
Renee  - Let me see your face.
Your skin isn't bad.
Sara  - But it is! Oh, Renee!
 I want to have beautiful skin like the girls in magazines.
Renee  - Remember, magazine pictures aren't real.
Magazines fix pictures before they use them.
The girls look perfect. But they really aren't.
Sara  - They're not?
Renee  - No. Look at this girl. No one's skin is this perfect!
Sara  - Maybe you're right.
Renee  - But you should take better care of your own skin.
Sara  - How can I do that?
Renee - Well, I learned about skin as a teenager.
My skin was much worse than yours!
Sara  - It was?
Renee  - Yes. But I took good care of it, and it got better.
Sara  - How?
Renee  - I washed my face every night, and I drank lots of water.
03:45 Small Town.
Sara  - What did you wash your face with?
Renee  - I washed with special soap.
And when I washed, I was gentle.
Simon  - Hi, Renee!
Hi, Sara. What's wrong with your face?
Did I say something wrong?
Renee  - Yes! Sara was already embarrassed about her face.
Now she feels worse.
Simon  - I'm sorry.
Renee - I know. I'll talk to her.
04:33  Small Town.
Renee  - You could get some medicine for your face, Sara.
That really helped me.
Sara  - OK.
Simon  - And keep your hands away from your face.
Touching your bad skin won't help it.
Sara  - I'll remember that.
Simon  - Hey! I know the best medicine for your face!
Sara  - What is it?
Simon  - Laughing! That's  the best medicine!
Renee  - Right!  Everyone's face looks better with a smile on it.
05:03  Small Town.
Hugh  - Betty! You're my -
Betty  - favorite customer. I know. You say that all the time.
Hugh  - Well, it's true. Anyway, I have something special for you.
You're going to love this!
Betty  - You say that every time, too.
Hugh  - Well, I'm sure about it this time.
This is perfect for you!
Betty  - OK. What do you have?
Hugh  - Eye cream!
Hugh  - Yes. I've noticed you looked a little tired the past few weeks.
Betty  - Really?
Hugh  - Yes, you have dark circles under your eyes.
Betty  - Excuse me?
Hugh  - You have dark circles under your eyes.
And they keep getting darker.
Betty  - So this cream will help my dark circles?
Hugh  - Yes! You just take a little cream and put it under your eyes.
Here, let me show you.
Betty  - Uh, no thanks, Hugh.
Hugh  - Oh. OK.
Well, I also have something for those lines on your face.
Betty  - What lines?
Hugh  - Your wrinkles. Don't you want to look younger?
Betty  - Hugh, I think you should go.
Hugh  - Why? Did I say something wrong?
Betty  - Yes! Don't ever talk about my dark circles or wrinkles again!
Now, go!
Hugh  - OK, OK! I/m going. But I'll be back!
07:00 On The Go
08:39  - up close
08:50  - wrinkle
09:20  - skin care center
10:04  - paint
10:08  - cream
10:12  - Oatmeal
10:16  - steam
10:46  - massage
11:48  - lotion
11:52  - moist
12:15  - sunscreen
12:43  Tip 1
Make sure you clean your skin often.
12:48  Tip 2
Drink lots of water and exercise.
12:53  Tip 3
Eat healthy foods. Junk food will not help your skin.
12:59  Tip 4
Make sure you sleep enough.
13:03  Tip 5
Relax. Too much stress is not good for your skin or body.
00:00  Hi,everyone.
01:02  Conversation Replay
01:09   Conversation.
Betty  - Hi, Ben!  What are you doing here?
Ben  - I'm resting in the sun. I'm waiting for Max.
Betty  - Oh, that's nice. I have a package for Max.
Ben  - you can give it to me.
Betty  - Sorry. I need Max's signature.
Wow, I'm really hot!
Ben  - The sun is hot. But I like it.
My skin is getting dark.
Betty  - No, it isn't. It's getting red!
Ben  - Really? Am I red?
Betty  - Yes, you are! The sun isn't good for your skin.
Ben  - A little sun is OK.
Betty  - Yes. But too much sun is bad for your skin.
Ben  - But I don't like white skin. I like dark skin.
Betty  - Maybe you do. But the sun can hurt your skin.
Ben  - OK. Well, I can worry about that tomorrow.
Betty  - Ben, don't you care about your skin?
Ben  - Yes, I do. I just want dark skin.
Betty  - But you don't want red skin.
Ben  - No.
Betty  - Well, your skin is red now. The sun is burning you.
Ben  - No, it's not.
Betty  - Are you sure?
Ben  - Ouch! That hurts. Don't touch me.
Betty  - See? Now get out of the sun!
Ben  - Ok, OK!
02:50  Small Town.
Renee  - Hi, Sara! How are you?
Can I get you something to drink?
Sara  - Just water, please.
Renee  - Are you all right?
Why do you have that scarf over your face?
Sara  - Oh, Renee! I don't want anyone to see me.
My skin is so ugly!
Renee  - It can't be that bad.
Sara  - But it is bad! Everyone at school tells me that!
Renee  - Let me see your face.
Your skin isn't bad.
Sara  - But it is! Oh, Renee!
 I want to have beautiful skin like the girls in magazines.
Renee  - Remember, magazine pictures aren't real.
Magazines fix pictures before they use them.
The girls look perfect. But they really aren't.
Sara  - They're not?
Renee  - No. Look at this girl. No one's skin is this perfect!
Sara  - Maybe you're right.
Renee  - But you should take better care of your own skin.
Sara  - How can I do that?
Renee - Well, I learned about skin as a teenager.
My skin was much worse than yours!
Sara  - It was?
Renee  - Yes. But I took good care of it, and it got better.
Sara  - How?
Renee  - I washed my face every night, and I drank lots of water.
04:44 Small Town.
Sara  - What did you wash your face with?
Renee  - I washed with special soap.
And when I washed, I was gentle.
Simon  - Hi, Renee!
Hi, Sara. What's wrong with your face?
Did I say something wrong?
Renee  - Yes! Sara was already embarrassed about her face.
Now she feels worse.
Simon  - I'm sorry.
Renee - I know. I'll talk to her.
05:32  Small Town.
Renee  - You could get some medicine for your face, Sara.
That really helped me.
Sara  - OK.
Simon  - And keep your hands away from your face.
Touching your bad skin won't help it.
Sara  - I'll remember that.
Simon  - Hey! I know the best medicine for your face!
Sara  - What is it?
Simon  - Laughing! That's  the best medicine!
Renee  - Right!  Everyone's face looks better with a smile on it.
06:02  Small Town.
Hugh  - Betty! You're my -
Betty  - favorite customer. I know. You say that all the time.
Hugh  - Well, it's true. Anyway, I have something special for you.
You're going to love this!
Betty  - You say that every time, too.
Hugh  - Well, I'm sure about it this time.
This is perfect for you!
Betty  - OK. What do you have?
Hugh  - Eye cream!
Hugh  - Yes. I've noticed you looked a little tired the past few weeks.
Betty  - Really?
Hugh  - Yes, you have dark circles under your eyes.
Betty  - Excuse me?
Hugh  - You have dark circles under your eyes.
And they keep getting darker.
Betty  - So this cream will help my dark circles?
Hugh  - Yes! You just take a little cream and put it under your eyes.
Here, let me show you.
Betty  - Uh, no thanks, Hugh.
Hugh  - Oh. OK.
Well, I also have something for those lines on your face.
Betty  - What lines?
Hugh  - Your wrinkles. Don't you want to look younger?
Betty  - Hugh, I think you should go.
Hugh  - Why? Did I say something wrong?
Betty  - Yes! Don't ever talk about my dark circles or wrinkles again!
Now, go!
Hugh  - OK, OK! I/m going. But I'll be back!
07:59  On The Go
14:33  Song Time
16:24  Word Power



00:00  Calendar Phrase:
Take care of your skin!
Boy 1.  My skin looks bad!
Boy 2.  Take care of your skin!
Boy 1.  How do I do that?
Boy 2. Drink a lot of water.
Boy 1.  I do drink a lot of water. What else can I do?
Boy 2.  Eat fruits and vegetables. Take care of your skin!
Boy 1.  But I don't like fruits or vegetables.
Boy 2.  It doesn't matter if you don't like them.
You have to eat them. Take care of your skin!
Boy 1.  OK.

00:00  On The Go
00:59  - up close
01:10  - wrinkle
01:39  - skin care center
02:21  - paint
02:25  - cream
02:30  - Oatmeal
02:34  - steam
03:03  - massage
04:06  - lotion
04:10  - moist
04:32  - sunscreen
05:00  Tip 1
Make sure you clean your skin often.
05:05  Tip 2
Drink lots of water and exercise.
05:11  Tip 3
Eat healthy foods. Junk food will not help your skin.
05:17  Tip 4
Make sure you sleep enough.
05:21  Tip 5
Relax. Too much stress is not good for your skin or body.

00:00  Hi, everybody.
00:27  Keywords:
0:34  - up close (adj)
I can't see the book very well. Can you put it more up close?
00:48 - cream (n)
Mom puts cream around her eyes.
00:59  - massage (n)
Dottie gives Rob a massage on his shoulders.
01:10 - mask (n)
Bonnie puts a green mask on her face.
01:20  - lotion (n)
After washing my face. I put lotion on my skin.
01:32  - sunscreen (n)
Before you go out, please put on some sunscreen.
01:44  Let's say the keywords together again:
- up close (adj)
- cream (n)
- massage (n)
- mask (n)
- lotion (n)
- sunscreen (n)
02:16  The mission of the day is:
What can the computer tell you?
02:42  On The Go
03:39  - up close
03:50  - wrinkle
04:10  The answer to today's mission is:
The computer can tell you how much oil and water are in your skin.
04:49 Study the keyword:
04:52  - mup close (adj)
05:44  On The Go
05:53  - Skin care center
06:34  - paint
06:38  - cream
06:43  - Oatmeal
06:47  - steam
07:16  - massage
07:44  Study the keywords:
07:59  - cream (n)
09:12  - massage (n)
09:42  On The Go
10:17  - lotion
10:20  - moist
10:43  - sunscreen
11:11  Tip 1
Make sure you clean your skin often.
11:16  Tip 2
Drink lots of water and exercise.
11:21  Tip 3
Eat healthy foods. Junk food will not help your skin.
11:27  Tip 4
Make sure you sleep enough.
11:31  Tip 5
Relax. Too much stress is not good for your skin or body.
12:02  Study the keywords:
12:19  - mask (n)
12:56  - lotion (n)
13:26  - sunscreen (n)
14:03  Calendar Phrase:
Take care of your skin!
Boy 1.  My skin looks bad!
Boy 2.  Take care of your skin!
Boy 1.  How do I do that?
Boy 2. Drink a lot of water.
Boy 1.  I do drink a lot of water. What else can I do?
Boy 2.  Eat fruits and vegetables. Take care of your skin!
Boy 1.  But I don't like fruits or vegetables.
Boy 2.  It doesn't matter if you don't like them.
You have to eat them. Take care of your skin!
Boy 1.  OK.
15:35  Question of the day:
Do you take care of your skin? Why? or Why not?

00:00  Calendar Phrase:
Your skin looks great.
Girl.  Den, your skin look dreat.
Boy.  Thanks, Marie. I went to the doctor.
He gave me some medicine for my skin.
Girl.  Your skin looks great.
Boy.  Yeah. I feel better, too. My skin hurt a lot.
Girl.  I,m glad you feel better
Your skin looks great.


00:00  Inspector E
   It can't be that bad.
   It can't be that bad.
  "That" shows the degree of something.


00:00  Small Town.
Hugh  - Betty! You're my -
Betty  - favorite customer. I know. You say that all the time.
Hugh  - Well, it's true. Anyway, I have something special for you.
You're going to love this!
Betty  - You say that every time, too.
Hugh  - Well, I'm sure about it this time.
This is perfect for you!
Betty  - OK. What do you have?
Hugh  - Eye cream!

00:44  Small Town.
Hugh  - Yes. I've noticed you looked a little tired the past few weeks.
Betty  - Really?
Hugh  - Yes, you have dark circles under your eyes.
Betty  - Excuse me?
Hugh  - You have dark circles under your eyes.
And they keep getting darker.
Betty  - So this cream will help my dark circles?
Hugh  - Yes! You just take a little cream and put it under your eyes.
Here, let me show you.

01:16  Small Town.
Betty  - Uh, no thanks, Hugh.
Hugh  - Oh. OK.
Well, I also have something for those lines on your face.
Betty  - What lines?
Hugh  - Your wrinkles. Don't you want to look younger?
Betty  - Hugh, I think you should go.
Hugh  - Why? Did I say something wrong?
Betty  - Yes! Don't ever talk about my dark circles or wrinkles again!
Now, go!
Hugh  - OK, OK! I/m going. But I'll be back!

Monday, August 4, 2014

00:00  Hi, everyone.
00:38   Keywords:
00:48  - eye (n)
Becky has good eyes. She can see really well.
01:00  - notice (v)
Are you OK? I noticed you've been coughing.
01:08  - tired (adj)
I'm tired. I need some sleep.
01:18  - circle (n)
Ivy is really tired. She has dark circles under her eyes.
01:30  - line (n)
Grandma is old. She has many lines on her face.
01:43  Let's say the keywords together again:
  - eye (n)
  - notice (v)
  - tired (adj)
  - circle (n)
  - line (n)
02:08  The mission of the day is:
What is Hugh selling?
02:46  Small Town.  Part 1.
Hugh  - Betty! You're my -
Betty  - favorite customer. I know. You say that all the time.
Hugh  - Well, it's true. Anyway, I have something special for you.
You're going to love this!
Betty  - You say that every time, too.
Hugh  - Well, I'm sure about it this time.
This is perfect for you!
Betty  - OK. What do you have?
Hugh  - Eye cream!
03:23  Study the keyword:
04:26  - eye (n)
04:56  The answer to today's mission is:
He's selling eye cream.
05:07  Small Town.  Part 2.
Hugh  - Yes. I've noticed you looked a little tired the past few weeks.
Betty  - Really?
Hugh  - Yes, you have dark circles under your eyes.
Betty  - Excuse me?
Hugh  - You have dark circles under your eyes.
And they keep getting darker.
Betty  - So this cream will help my dark circles?
Hugh  - Yes! You just take a little cream and put it under your eyes.
Here, let me show you.
05:41  Study the keywords:
06:11  - notice (v)
06:54  - tired (adj)
07:27  - circle (n)
07:51  Small Town.  Part 3.
Betty  - Uh, no thanks, Hugh.
Hugh  - Oh. OK.
Well, I also have something for those lines on your face.
Betty  - What lines?
Hugh  - Your wrinkles. Don't you want to look younger?
Betty  - Hugh, I think you should go.
Hugh  - Why? Did I say something wrong?
Betty  - Yes! Don't ever talk about my dark circles or wrinkles again!
Now, go!
Hugh  - OK, OK! I/m going. But I'll be back!
08:40  Study the keyword:
09:17  - line (n)
10:19  Inspector E
10:38  It can't be that bad.
10:46   It can't be that bad.
11:07  "That" shows the degree of something.
12:11  Conversation Replay
14:13  Calendar Phrase:
Your skin looks great.
Girl.  Den, your skin look dreat.
Boy.  Thanks, Marie. I went to the doctor.
He gave me some medicine for my skin.
Girl.  Your skin looks great.
Boy.  Yeah. I feel better, too. My skin hurt a lot.
Girl.  I,m glad you feel better
Your skin looks great.
15:35  Question of the day:
Do you care alot about how you look? Why? or Why not?



00:00  Calendar Phrase:
My skin is dry.
Girl 1.  My skin is dry.
Girl 2.  Really?
Girl 1.  Yes, feel my hand. My skin is dry.
Girl 2.  Here. Put this on your skin.
Then your skin will feel better.
Girl 2.  Thank you. My skin is dry.
Girl 1.  How does your skin feel now?
Girl 2.  My skin is soft now. Thanks, Marie!
Girl 1.  You're welcome.
00:00  Song Time
01:11  Summer Treats
01:38  - flavor (n)
02:12  - treat (n)
02:51  - treat (v)
03:19  - popsicle (n)
03:49  - mango (n)
04:26  - ice tea (n)
04:49  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

00:00 Small Town.
Sara  - What did you wash your face with?
Renee  - I washed with special soap.
And when I washed, I was gentle.
Simon  - Hi, Renee!
Hi, Sara. What's wrong with your face?
Did I say something wrong?
Renee  - Yes! Sara was already embarrassed about her face.
Now she feels worse.
Simon  - I'm sorry.
Renee - I know. I'll talk to her.

01:03  Small Town.
Renee  - You could get some medicine for your face, Sara.
That really helped me.
Sara  - OK.
Simon  - And keep your hands away from your face.
Touching your bad skin won't help it.
Sara  - I'll remember that.
Simon  - Hey! I know the best medicine for your face!
Sara  - What is it?
Simon  - Laughing! That's  the best medicine!
Renee  - Right!  Everyone's face looks better with a smile on it.