Hey another really classic video about interjections. This is
the way I learned about them as a kid. Watch this video
and post a comment about it at the bottom of the page.
each test question fill in the blank with the interjection which
best fits with the context (meaning) of the sentence.
1. ________! I
found a twenty dollar bill.
b. Oh no
2. ________! That
girl is really sexy.
You're really moving to another country?
4. ________! She
is not coming to work again?
Please sit anywhere.
b. Oh no
6. ________! No
talking in the library!
7. ________! You
are disrupting the class!
a. Sit down
8. ________! This
food was really expensive.
9. ________! It
was your idea to meet today.
10. ________! I am
not going to the party tonight.
b. No way
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38 - She's My Best Friend!
Conversation, Listening, Reading)
In this lesson Anna's best friend from her hometown,
Penelope, visits Washington, D.C. Anna tells Penelope
about her friends and her job. Is Penelope going to make
a change in her life?
Watch the video and then do the activities on this page.
Anna: Hello! I have great news. My best friend from my hometown is coming here
-- to Washington, D.C.! I can’t wait to catch up with her! Oh! I gotta go. Her
train arrives in 10 minutes!
Penelope: Anna! I am really happy to see you!
Anna: Me too! How was your trip?
Penelope: It was fine.
Anna: Let me help you with your bags.
Penelope: I’m really excited to be in Washington, D.C.! I can’t wait to hear
about … everything!
Anna: I have so much to tell you. Let’s go to my apartment. We can talk over a
hot cup of tea.
Penelope: I love your apartment building, Anna. Is your rent expensive?
Anna: Well, I have a roommate. So, we split the rent.
Penelope: Oh, that’s right. Is your roommate nice?
Anna: Marsha is the nicest person I know in this city. Sometimes she worries too
much. And she says I’m the messiest cook she knows. But we are great roommates.
Penelope: So, Anna, is it hard to make friends in D.C.?
Anna: At first it was hard. But now, Marsha is a good friend. And there’s Pete.
Of all the people I know in D.C., Pete is the most serious and also the
Penelope: He sounds … interesting.
Anna: Jonathan and Ashley are two other good friends of mine. In the city, they
are the friendliest people I know. They always help me when I need it.
Penelope: Your friends sound great! So, tell me about your job.
Anna: I love my work! I make a children’s show called the “Time Traveling
Penelope: Anna, that is the best job for you! Do you remember when we were
little? We played in that old treehouse behind my family’s house for hours!
Anna: I forgot about that! We thought it really time traveled! Penelope, it is
really good to talk to you. New friends are good. But old friends are the best.
Penelope: I know. Our hometown isn’t the same now. You are not there.
Anna: No crying. Why don't you move here and live with me and Marsha?
Penelope: Anna, I can’t leave our hometown. You forget -- I love my job, too.
Anna: I didn’t forget. You are the most famous turkey farmer I know!
Penelope: Thanks, Anna.
Anna: Come on. Let’s go eat dinner at one of D.C.’s most famous restaurants.
Anna: That’s the restaurant, Penelope. I’ll be right there.
Anna: I have a great apartment. I love my work. And I have awesome friends --
both old and new. I am the luckiest woman in Washington, D.C.
(sound of thunder)
Anna: Until next time ?
Now practice listening to only the audio portion of the conversation.
In this video, learn how to say the new words for this lesson and the rules of
making superlative adjectives.
Use this video to learn about stressing the superlative adjectives in a
catch up (with) -
phrasal verb. to talk to someone you have not
seen for some time and find out what they have been doing
v. to produce tears from your eyes often while
making loud sounds because of pain, sorrow, or other strong emotions
adj. costing a lot of money
adj. known or recognized by very many people
adj. acting like a friend friendliest -
adj. having good luck luckiest - superlative
adj. not clean or tidy messiest superlative
n. money that you pay in return for being able
to use property and especially to live in an apartment or house that belongs
to someone else
adj. silliest - superlative adj. playful and
v. to divide (something, such as money or food)
among two or more people or things
n. a drink that is made by soaking the dried
leaves of an Asian plant in hot water
n. a group of vehicles that travel on a track
and are connected to each other and usually to an engine
n. a large American bird that is related to the
chicken and that is hunted or raised by people for its meat
Who is the most important person in your life? They can
be a family member or a friend. Tell us about them using
some superlative adjectives like nicest, silliest, the
most _____ and so on. Write about it in the Facebook
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