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Episode 29 - Transcript
SARAH shows ANNE her kitchen
ANNE has her shopping in a bag. She puts it on the bench while SARAH shows her around the kitchen.

SARAH
Are you feeling better now?

ANNE
Yes, the Doctor said I should relax.

SARAH
Why don’t you sit down? Let me cook.

ANNE
No. I enjoy cooking. It is relaxing for me.

SARAH
Okay then. Well, let me help. What do you need?

ANNE
I need a sharp knife.

SARAH
The knives are in this drawer.

ANNE
And a wok. Do you have one?

SARAH
Yes of course. It’s in this cupboard.

ANNE
And do you have a …. Hmmm. I don’t know what it’s called. A kind of saucepan with holes in it.

SARAH
A colander. It’s in here too. It’s behind the saucepan.

ANNE
And I’ll need a bowl.

SARAH
Large or small?

ANNE
Big enough to hold these prawns.

SARAH
Oh, yum, prawns. I love prawns. How about this one?
She holds up a very big bowl.

ANNE
No, that’s too big. I don’t need one as big as that.

SARAH
This one?

ANNE
That’s perfect. Okay, I’m ready!

Episode 29 - Notes


1. SOME USEFUL PHRASES
  Sarah asks Anne:
SARAH
Are you feeling better now?
 

Sarah is showing her concern because she knows Anne was not feeling well.

Anne says she is feeling better and tells Sarah what the Doctor told her to do:

ANNE
Yes, the Doctor said I should relax.

You can say:
The doctor said I should take some medicine.
The doctor said I should do some exercise.
The doctor said I should get some sleep.
   
2. NEXT TO, BEHIND & INFRONT OF
The cup is next to the bowl.The cup is next to the bowl.
The bowl is next to the cup.
  The plate is behind the bowl.The plate is behind the bowl.
The bowl is in front of the plate.
   
3. ATTRIBUTES
  Here are some ways to describe kitchen objects.
It’s a knife. It’s made of metal.
It has a wooden handle.
It’s sharp.
It’s a knife.
  It’s a sponge.It’s soft.
You can squeeze it.
It’s a sponge.
  It’s a plate It’s round.
It’s hard.
It’s breakable.
It’s a plate
   
4. ENOUGH
The box is big enough to fit this ball.The box is big enough to fit this ball.
The ball is small enough to fit in the box.
  The box is not big enough for this ball.The box is not big enough for this ball.

ANNE
And I’ll need a bowl.

SARAH
Large or small?

ANNE
Big enough to hold these prawns.
We can also use the word enough to say that we don’t need any more
I’ve done enough study today.
Words spelled with ough are pronounced in different ways.
I bought a new shirt today.
Though I don’t think it fits.
You’ve got a nasty cough.
Don’t go through a red light.
That’s enough for today.

   

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