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Sunday, November 30, 2014


00:00  Calendar Phrase
I'll use my credit card.
Boy 1.  Wow! I want to buy those shoes!
Boy 2.  OK. How are you going to play?
Boy 1.  I'll use my credit card.
Boy 2.  You have a credit card?
Boy 1.  Yes, of course. I'll use my credit card.
Boy 2.  But don't buy too much with it.
Boy  1.  I won't. I'll use my credit card to buy these shoes.
That's all!
Boy 2.  OK!



00:00  How To
    How To
          say you want to buy something.
00:36  - I want to buy this.
00:50  - I'll pay cash for this.
01:10  - I'm going to get this.

Thursday, November 27, 2014


00:00  Small Town.  Part 1.
Renee  - I'm back!
Sara  - I'm glad!
Renee  - Your iced tea is great.
Can I have some more, please?
Sara  - Sure!
Renee  - Are you getting many customers today?
Sara  - No, but that's OK.
Wait! Someone is coming!
Renee  - Who is it?
Hugh  - Hello, friends! How are you today?
Sara  - I'm great, Hugh. How are you?
Hugh  - I'm wonderful! What are you selling?

00:49  Small Town.  Part 2.
Sara  - I'm selling iced tea today. Do you want a glass?
Renee  - Your first glass is free!
Hugh  - I like that price. One glass, please!
Sara  - Here you go!
Hugh  - Thank you. This is good.
Where do you buy your tea?
Sara  - I buy it at the store. Why?
Hugh  - Why? Things in stores can be expensive.

01:22  Small Town.  Part 3.
Sara  - I know. Can I get cheap tea?
Hugh  - Sure! You can shop on the Internet.
This book can help you.
Renee  - Let me guess. Are you selling this book?
Hugh  - Yes, I am!
Sara  - " Shop on the Internet."
Renee  - How can this book help Sara?
Hugh  - She can shop for tea on the Internet.
This is the book for you, Sara!

Monday, November 24, 2014

00:00  Hi, everybody.
00:39  Keywords:
00:44  - price (n)
00:52  - store (n)
01:03  - shop (v)
01:13  - Internet
01:25  Let's say the keywords together again:
  - price (n)
  - store (n)
  - shop (v)
  - Internet
01:47  The mission of the day is:
Is Sara getting many customers today?
02:22  Small Town.  Part 1.
Renee  - I'm back!
Sara  - I'm glad!
Renee  - Your iced tea is great.
Can I have some more, please?
Sara  - Sure!
Renee  - Are you getting many customers today?
Sara  - No, but that's OK.
Wait! Someone is coming!
Renee  - Who is it?
Hugh  - Hello, friends! How are you today?
Sara  - I'm great, Hugh. How are you?
Hugh  - I'm wonderful! What are you selling?
03:03  The answer to today's mission is:
No, but that's OK.
05:01  Small Town.  Part 2.
Sara  - I'm selling iced tea today. Do you want a glass?
Renee  - Your first glass is free!
Hugh  - I like that price. One glass, please!
Sara  - Here you go!
Hugh  - Thank you. This is good.
Where do you buy your tea?
Sara  - I buy it at the store. Why?
Hugh  - Why? Things in stores can be expensive.
05:34  Study the keywords:
06:14  - price (n)
07:20  - store (n)
07:40  Small Town.  Part 3.
Sara  - I know. Can I get cheap tea?
Hugh  - Sure! You can shop on the Internet.
This book can help you.
Renee  - Let me guess. Are you selling this book?
Hugh  - Yes, I am!
Sara  - " Shop on the Internet."
Renee  - How can this book help Sara?
Hugh  - She can shop for tea on the Internet.
This is the book for you, Sara!
08:19  Study the keywords:
08:36  - shop (v)
09:41  - Internet
10:38  How To
    How To
          say you want to buy something.
11:10  - I want to buy this.
11:24  - I'll pay cash for this.
11:45  - I'm going to get this.
12:24  Conversation Replay.
14:22  Calendar Phrase
I'll use my credit card.
Boy 1.  Wow! I want to buy those shoes!
Boy 2.  OK. How are you going to play?
Boy 1.  I'll use my credit card.
Boy 2.  You have a credit card?
Boy 1.  Yes, of course. I'll use my credit card.
Boy 2.  But don't buy too much with it.
Boy  1.  I won't. I'll use my credit card to buy these shoes.
That's all!
Boy 2.  OK!
16:11  Question of the day:
Do you shop on the Internet? Why? or Why not?




Saturday, November 22, 2014


00:00  Calendar Phrase.
Can I try some?
Boy.  Hey, Marie. What are you eating?
Girl.  I'm eating ice cream.
Boy.  Can I try some?
Girl  - Well... I don't know.
Boy.  Please, Marie? Can I try some?
Girl.   But I don't have a lot.
Boy.  I ouny want a little. Can I try some?
Girl.  Oh, all right.
Boy.  Mmm! This is good. Can I try some more?
Girl.  Dan! Go buy your own!
Boy.  OK! OK!


00:00  Word Power
00:23  - lemonade
10:34  - lemon
00:51  - squeeze
01:09  - stir
01:22  - sour
01:35  - sugar

Friday, November 21, 2014


00:00  Small Town.  Part 1.
Sara  - What a great afternoon! I love summer!
Renee  - Hi, Sara! How are you?
Sara  - I am Happy! I love summer.
And I love hot weather!
Renee  - What are you doing?
Sara  - I'm enjoying a summer afternoon.
Renee  - OK. Are you selling something?
Sara  - Oh, yes. I am! Do you want a drink?

00:41  Small Town.  Part 2.
Renee  - Sure. What is it?
Sara  - It's lemonade.
It's just water and lemons!
Renee  - Only water and lemons?
Sara  - Oh, and sugar. The drink is sweet.
Renee  - I like sweet drinks! Can I have some?
Sara  - Sure! So what do you think?
Renee  - I like it!! Can I have some more?
Sara  - Sure! Do you have a dollar?

01:20  Small Town.  Part 3.
Renee  - Yes, I do.
Sara  - Your first glass is free.
The sacond glass is one dollar.
 Renee  - You have a good business here Sara.
Sara  - I'm learning. Do you like iced tea?
Renee  - Yes! That's good, too!
Sara  - Then come back tomorrow.
Do you want another glass of lemonade?
Renee  - Yes, please. That's another dollar.
Sara  - I love summer!

Monday, November 17, 2014


00:00  Hello, everyone.
00:42  Keywords:
00:45  - summer (n)
I like summer. I can swim outside!
00:55  - lemon (n)
Do you want a lemon in your water? It's good!
01:05  - sugar (n)
This cake has a lot of sugar in it. It's really sweet.
01:18  - business (n)
Billy has a teahouse. It's his business.
01:28  Let's say the keywords together again:
  - summer (n)
  - lemon (n)
  - sugar (n)
  - business (n)
01:53  The mission of the day is:
What does Sara love?
02:33  Small Town.  Part 1.
Sara  - What a great afternoon! I love summer!
Renee  - Hi, Sara! How are you?
Sara  - I am Happy! I love summer.
And I love hot weather!
Renee  - What are you doing?
Sara  - I'm enjoying a summer afternoon.
Renee  - OK. Are you selling something?
Sara  - Oh, yes. I am! Do you want a drink?
03:04  The answer to today's mission is:
She loves summer and hot weather.
04:00Study the keyword:
04:02  - summer (n)
05:16  Small Town.  Part 2.
Renee  - Sure. What is it?
Sara  - It's lemonade.
It's just water and lemons!
Renee  - Only water and lemons?
Sara  - Oh, and sugar. The drink is sweet.
Renee  - I like sweet drinks! Can I have some?
Sara  - Sure! So what do you think?
Renee  - I like it!! Can I have some more?
Sara  - Sure! Do you have a dollar?
05:53  Study the keywords:
06:13  - lemon (n)
06:33  - sour (adj)
07:19  - sugar (n)
07:53  Small Town.  Part 3.
Renee  - Yes, I do.
Sara  - Your first glass is free.
The sacond glass is one dollar.
 Renee  - You have a good business here Sara.
Sara  - I'm learning. Do you like iced tea?
Renee  - Yes! That's good, too!
Sara  - Then come back tomorrow.
Do you want another glass of lemonade?
Renee  - Yes, please. That's another dollar.
Sara  - I love summer!
08:36  - ised tea (n)
09:00  Study the keyword:
09:05  - business (n)
10:01  Word Power
10:21  - lemonade
10:32  - lemon
10:49  - squeeze
11:07  - stir
11:20  - sour
11:33  - sugar
11:51  Conversation Replay
13:46  Calendar Phrase.
Can I try some?
Boy.  Hey, Marie. What are you eating?
Girl.  I'm eating ice cream.
Boy.  Can I try some?
Girl  - Well... I don't know.
Boy.  Please, Marie? Can I try some?
Girl.   But I don't have a lot.
Boy.  I ouny want a little. Can I try some?
Girl.  Oh, all right.
Boy.  Mmm! This is good. Can I try some more?
Girl.  Dan! Go buy your own!
Boy.  OK! OK!
15:32  Question of the day.
Do you like lemonade? Why? or Why not?

Saturday, November 15, 2014



00:00  How To
          Tell the taxi driver where you want to go.
  - To the train Station please.
  - I'd like to go to the train station.
  - Please take  me to the  train station.

Friday, November 14, 2014



00:00  On The Go
  - archer
  - arrow, bow
  - archery
  - rubber band
  - train
  - crossbow
  - compound bow
  - recurve bow
  - pad
  - aim, target
00:00   Small Town.
Max  - Hi, Sara. Are you watching World Traveler?
Sara  - Yes. Today's show is about subways around the world.
Max  - Oh. Which one are they talking about now?
Sara  - They are talking about the Paris subway.
Max  - What are they saying about it?
Sara  - Paris' subway is more than one hundred years old.
Max  - Wow. That's old.
Sara  - Yes, it is.
Max  - Is the Paris subway good?
Sara  - Yes. It's convenient.
Every building in the city is close to a subway station.
Max  - That's great. Is it expensive?
Sara  - I don't know. One ride costs I. 40 Euros.
Max  - That's not bad. That's about $2.00.
Sara  - Oh! They are talking about Tokyo's subway now.
Max  - Wow. The Tokyo subway is nice.
They have 282 stations. And the trains are really clean.
Sara  - Yes. Now I am wondering about other cities subways.
Max  - Go on the Internet.
You can read more about subways around the world.
Sara  - Then I can write a report about them.
Max  - Good idea!

01:26   Small Town.
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.
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?
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.

02:54  Small Town.
Renee  - You can also save time when you use public transportation.
Sometimes, taking the subway is faster than driving in traffic.
Sara  - That's good. OK. Now what are the bad things?
Renee  - Well, many people use it.
Sometimes, you can't find a seat on the subway.
Sara  - So it can be very crowded.
Renee  - Right. You also need to walk or take a bus
after the subway ride.
Max  - Hey, girls.
Renee  - Hi, Max.
Sara  - You are late. What took you so long?
Max  - My car wouldn't start.
Renee  - Oh no.
Sara  - Too bad we don't have public transportation in small Town.
Max  - Yeah.
I had to - use the traditional way of traveling.
Renee  - The traditional way?
What is that?
Max  - Walking?

03:53  Small Town.
-  Betty is looking at a travel book.
She imagines she is standing on a street.
She waves at a taxi.
She acts like she gets in the taxi and starts
talking to the driver.
Simon comes into the post office.
Betty doesn't see him.
Betty  - Please take me to a teahouse.
Simon  - Betty? What are you doing?
Betty  - Simon! I'm going to Asia for a week.
This book tells me how to get a taxi and talk to the driver.
Simon  - Fun!
Betty  - Yes! Oh! And you have a package.
What's inside?
Simon  - It's a book about New York City.
Renee and I are going there soon. We're excited.
But I'm not looking forward to riding the subway.
Betty  - Why not?
Simon  - I've heard that it's dirty and crowded.
Simon  - Oh, listen to this!
Betty  - What?
Simon  - Over fine million people
use the New York City subway every day!
Betty  - I read over two million people
use the subway in Taipei.
Simon  - That's a lot of people, too.
Betty  - Maybe sometimes you can take a taxi.
Simon  - I guess I could.
Betty  - Then you should practice getting a taxi with me.
Come on!

Monday, November 10, 2014

00:00  Hello, everyone.
02:01  Conversation Replay:
02:24   Small Town.
Max  - Hi, Sara. Are you watching World Traveler?
Sara  - Yes. Today's show is about subways around the world.
Max  - Oh. Which one are they talking about now?
Sara  - They are talking about the Paris subway.
Max  - What are they saying about it?
Sara  - Paris' subway is more than one hundred years old.
Max  - Wow. That's old.
Sara  - Yes, it is.
Max  - Is the Paris subway good?
Sara  - Yes. It's convenient.
Every building in the city is close to a subway station.
Max  - That's great. Is it expensive?
Sara  - I don't know. One ride costs I. 40 Euros.
Max  - That's not bad. That's about $2.00.
Sara  - Oh! They are talking about Tokyo's subway now.
Max  - Wow. The Tokyo subway is nice.
They have 282 stations. And the trains are really clean.
Sara  - Yes. Now I am wondering about other cities subways.
Max  - Go on the Internet.
You can read more about subways around the world.
Sara  - Then I can write a report about them.
Max  - Good idea!

03:24   Small Town.
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.
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?
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.

04:53  Small Town.
Renee  - You can also save time when you use public transportation.
Sometimes, taking the subway is faster than driving in traffic.
Sara  - That's good. OK. Now what are the bad things?
Renee  - Well, many people use it.
Sometimes, you can't find a seat on the subway.
Sara  - So it can be very crowded.
Renee  - Right. You also need to walk or take a bus
after the subway ride.
Max  - Hey, girls.
Renee  - Hi, Max.
Sara  - You are late. What took you so long?
Max  - My car wouldn't start.
Renee  - Oh no.
Sara  - Too bad we don't have public transportation in small Town.
Max  - Yeah.
I had to - use the traditional way of traveling.
Renee  - The traditional way?
What is that?
Max  - Walking?

05:51  Small Town.
-  Betty is looking at a travel book.
She imagines she is standing on a street.
She waves at a taxi.
She acts like she gets in the taxi and starts
talking to the driver.
Simon comes into the post office.
Betty doesn't see him.
Betty  - Please take me to a teahouse.
Simon  - Betty? What are you doing?
Betty  - Simon! I'm going to Asia for a week.
This book tells me how to get a taxi and talk to the driver.
Simon  - Fun!
Betty  - Yes! Oh! And you have a package.
What's inside?
Simon  - It's a book about New York City.
Renee and I are going there soon. We're excited.
But I'm not looking forward to riding the subway.
Betty  - Why not?
Simon  - I've heard that it's dirty and crowded.
Simon  - Oh, listen to this!
Betty  - What?
Simon  - Over fine million people
use the New York City subway every day!
Betty  - I read over two million people
use the subway in Taipei.
Simon  - That's a lot of people, too.
Betty  - Maybe sometimes you can take a taxi.
Simon  - I guess I could.
Betty  - Then you should practice getting a taxi with me.
Come on!
08:11  - archery (n)
09:01  On The Go
  - archer
  - arrow, bow
  - archery
  - rubber band
  - train
  - crossbow
  - compound bow
  - recurve bow
  - pad
  - aim, target

14:04  Song Time
  Summer Treats
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

15:56  How To
          Tell the taxi driver where you want to go.
  - To the train Station please.
  - I'd like to go to the train station.
  - Please take  me to the  train station.



00:00  Calendar Phrase
How are you getting there?
Boy.  Hey, I'm going to the park.
Girl.  How are you getting there?
Boy.  I'm taking a bus. After that, I'm going to the theater.
Girl.  How are you getting there?
Boy.  I'll take a taxi. After that. I'll go home.
Girl.  How are you getting there?
Boy.  I think I'll walk home.



00:00  On The Go.  Part 1.
00:20  - archer
00:45  - arrow, bow
00:49  - archery
01:20  - rubber band

01:32  On The Go.  Part 2.
01:40  - train
02:12  - crossbow
02:14  - compound bow
02:17  - recurve bow
02:44  - pad

03:11  On The Go.  Part 3.
03:58  - aim, target

Monday, November 3, 2014

00:00  Hi, everybody.
00:36  Keywords:
00:43  - arrow (n)
Archers shoot arrows. They must be careful.
00:53  - Olympics
Only people who are very good at sports can compete
in the Olympics.
01:10  - pull (v)
Kevin pulled open the door for his mom.
01:20  - train (v)
Rashel is a runner. She trains by running every morning.
01:33  - aim (v)
The basketball player aims the ball at the basket.
01:44  - target (n)
The archer aims at the target with his bow and arrow.
01:57  Let's say the keywords together again:
  - arrow (n)
  - Olympics
  - pull (v)
  - train (v)
  - aim (v)
  - target (n)
02:27  The mission of the day is:
What do the archers shoot at?
02:50  On The Go.  Part 1.
03:06  - archer
03:32  - arrow, bow
03:35  - archery
04:07  - rubber band
04:19  Study the keywords:
04:51  - arrow (n)
05:16  - bow (n)
05:50  - Olympics
06:31  - pull (v)
07:00  On The Go.  Part 2.
07:09  - train
07:40  - crossbow
07:42  - compound bow
07:45  - recurve bow
08:13  - pad
08:40  Study the keyword:
09:24  - train (v)
10:16  On The Go.  Part 3.
11:03  - aim, target
12:06  Study the keywords:
12:41  - aim (v0
13:30  - target (n)
13:58  The answer to today's mission is:
The archers shoot at a taget.
14:11  Calendar Phrase
How are you getting there?
Boy.  Hey, I'm going to the park.
Girl.  How are you getting there?
Boy.  I'm taking a bus. After that, I'm going to the theater.
Girl.  How are you getting there?
Boy.  I'll take a taxi. After that. I'll go home.
Girl.  How are you getting there?
Boy.  I think I'll walk home.
15:38  Question of the day:
Do you want to be an archer? Why? or Why not?

Saturday, November 1, 2014


00:00  Calendar Phrase:
Here comes the bus.
Girl 1.  Here comes the bus.
Girl 2.  Are you sure? What bus is it?
Girl 1.  It's the 902.
Girl 2.  That's the wrong bus. We're taking the 21.
Girl 1.  Oh, right. Oh! Here comes the bus.
Girl 2.  Are you sure?
Girl 1.  Yes! It's the 21. Here comes the bus.
Girl 2. Great. Let's get on!


00:00 Inspector E
00:24  Too bad we don't have public transportation in Small Town.
00:41  Too bad...