Step 1

Study the power point to get to know this week’s idioms.

Step 2

Listen to the dialogue for better understanding and pronunciation.

Step 3

Read the following dialogue to see the interjections in context:

Johanna:Hi Marge! What’s up?
Marge:Brr, it’s so cold outside! Finally, I am back in the office.
Johanna:Aw, it’s not that bad! So, you went to that new little place for lunch, eh? Mmm, smells delicious!
Marge:Uh-huh, their BLT sandwiches are pretty good. I didn’t get coffee though, and I am ready to drop, should I make some for us to last through the day?
Johanna:Nah, I’m good.
Marge:All right, I am just gonna make some for myself, then.
Marge:(a few seconds later) … Do you know if we still have any coffee pods left? I can’t find any in the cupboard…
Johanna:Hmm, have you checked on the counter? We might have run out of those.
Marge:Oh shoot, this means I have to go out in the cold again! Hold on – there is one left! Yay!
Johanna:Aw, good for you!

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Interjections Quiz

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