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Thursday, October 16, 2014

00:00  Hi, everyone.
00:32  Keywords:
00:39  - public (adj)
Lee doesn't use public bathrooms. They aren't clean.
00:52  - transportation (n)
What transportation will you use? You don't have a car.
00:01  - cheap (adj)
This ticket costs so much! It's not cheap.
01:12  - gas (n)
Do you have enough gas in your car?
01:20  Let's say the keywords together again:
  - public (adj)
  - transportation (n)
  - cheap (adj)
  - gas (n)
01:50  The mission of the day is:
What is Sara's report about?
02:22  Small Town.  Part 1.
Sara  - Thanks for coming over, Renee.
Renee  - No problem.  So you need help with your report?
Sara  - Yes. I'm writing a report
about public trasportation in big cities.
Renee  - Cool. How can I help?
Sara  - You're from Chicago.
Did you use public trasportation there?
Renee  - Yes. I used it all the time.
02:53  Study the keywords:
03:21  - public (adj)
04:06  - trasportation (n)
05:02  The answer to today's mission is:
It's about public transportation in big cities.
05:15  Small Town.  Part 2.
Sara  - Great. Tell me about it.
Renee - When I lived in Chicago, I took the subway to work.
Sara  - It's the third busiest subway in America.
I read about it.
Renee  - Yes. And people call it the "L".
Sara  - Interesting.
Do you like public transportation?
Renee  - Well, there are good things and bad things about it.
Sara  - What are the good things?
05:55  - pro (adv)
           - con (adv)
07:14  Small Toun.  Part 3.
Renee  - Public transportation is convenient.
Chicago's L has 144 stations. I took the subway all over the city.
Sara  - London's subway has even more stations.
It has 275 stations.
Renee  - Wow! That is really convenient!
Public transportation is also cheap.
You really don't need to drive a car.
Sara  - So you also save money.
Renee  - Right. Because you don't need to pay for gas.
07:48  Study the keywords:
08:29  - gas  (n)
09:35  - cheap (adj)
10:04  How To
10:32  How To
               Tell the taxi driver where you want to go.
10:46  - To the train Station please.
10:57  - I'd like to go to the train station.
11:13  - Please take  me to the  train station.
11:44  Conversation Replay
13:19  Calendar Phrase:
Let's take the bus.
Girl 1.  Let's go shopping at the mall.
Boy.  OK!
Girl 2.  That sounds great! How will we get there?
Boy.  Let's take the bus.
Girl 1.  The bus is too slow. let's take a taxi.
Girl 2.  Taxis are too expensive. Let's take the bus.
Girl 1.  OK, let's take the bus.
14:57  Question of the day:
What kind of transportation do you of it use? Why?

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