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UnitFourteen Dating (II) PartAMicro-listening PartBMacro-listening PartCOral Practice PartDHome Listening
Listen to This Music Devoted to You Darling you can count on me Til the sun dries up the sea Until then Ill always be devoted to you Ill be yours till endless time Ill adore your charms sublime Guess by now you know That Im devoted to you Ill never hurt you Ill never lie Ill never be untrue Ill never give you reason to cry Id be unhappy if you were blue Thru the years my love will grow like a river It will flow It cant die Because Im devoted to you
Conversation 1 An Expensive Way to Go for a Date An Expensive Way to Go for a Date Conversation 2 What Are You Doing on Monday Night
Listen to the conversation and complete the answers to the following questions. 1.When and where did Kathy and Tom plan to meet for their first date? ________________________________________________. 2. Did Kathy pay a lot for her first date? Why? ________________________________________________. 3. How did Kathy travel to her first date with Tom ________________________________________________. 4.How come that Kathy spotted Tom immediately at the airport? ________________________________________________.
Listen to the conversation and choose the best answers to each of the questions you hear after the conversation. 1.a. She will say home. b. She will go to the concert with Peter. c. She will invite Peter to a concert. d. She has not decided yet. 2. a. She doesnt want to hurt Peter by refusing again. b. She is afraid that she might lose Peter. c. She wants to have a change after a busy week. d. She cant think of a reason not to accept Peters invitation again. 3. a. Shes been studying late into the night all week. b. Shes made plans to work late all week. ________________________________________.
Listen to the conversation and write down answers to the following questions. c. She not been free to go out with Peter all week. d. Shes been busy tidying up her apartment all week. 4. a. Peter is very patient and determined. b. Monicas roommate does most of the cleaning in their apartment. c. Monica doesnt really care for Peter. d. Monica likes concerts better than shows.
Communicative Function: Invitations In your college years you will often find occasions when you want to invite your friends out for a dinner, a show or something else. There are also occasions when you yourself are invited. How do you approach someone and extend an invitation? How do you do it appropriately to increase your chance of success? How do you respond when you are invited? How do you accept or decline an invitation without giving offence? Remember, if you have to turn down an invitation, its always polite to apologize and give a reason why you cant make it. In the box below youll find some sentences and structures that you can use when asking or being asked for a date.
A Blind Date Listen to the story carefully and choose the right answers to the questions you hear after the story. 1. a. How embarrassed the speaker was when dating a girl he had never met before. b. How excited the speaker was to find that his blind date was a fashionable girl. c. How the speaker fell madly in love with his blind date. d. Why people shouldnt go on blind dates. 2. a. He danced with Sophie. b. He talked a lot about himself. c. He paid for an expensive meal. d. He told jokes.
A Blind Date Listen to the story carefully and choose the right answers to the questions you hear after the story. 3. a. She was quite reserved. b. She was rather talkative.. c. She was hard to please. d. She was a model. 4. a. The speaker will see Sophie in three months time. b. The speakers first date with Sophie may be a success. c. Sophie doesnt show any interest in the speaker. d. Sophie will surely not see the speaker again.