Study the powerpoint to learn this week’s idioms.
Now that you are a little more familiar with the idioms, listen to the dialogue. Can you hear the idioms in the conversation?
Now, read the script of the dialog. Listen to the dialog again. This is one of the best ways to build your listening skills!
|Nathan:||Oh no! What am I going to do!|
|Johanna:||What are you talking about? What’s going on?|
|Nathan:||I just got an email informing me that my company’s head honcho is coming in next week!|
|Johanna:||Why is that such a terrible thing?|
|Nathan:||Well, I’m behind on one of my projects! Once he finds out, heads are going to roll.|
|Johanna:||Hey,get your head together! You are a great employee. He knows that. Besides, I am sure that you are going to get the job done. You always do!|
|Nathan:||Now you are giving me a swelled head, but thanks for the support.|
|Johanna:||I mean what I say Nathan. You know, I’m heading out for a couple of hours. When I come back, I’ll bring some coffee. Maybe we can sit down and work together on this.|
|Johanna:||Don’t mention it! By the way, can I get you something to go with your coffee?|
|Nathan:||Sure, why don’t you pick me up a …. ?|
Now take a moment to study these flashcards and some other activities!
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