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VIEWING DAY 4
• Review Part 3
• Watch Part 4
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Review Part 3
1. Who said this?
a. Yes, the secret admirer beckons.”
b. “Sweat dreams.”
c. “This guy’s too good to be true.”
d. “If it helps, I’ll be your escort.”
e. “It’s a mystery to me.”
f. “Thirty percent off for USC alumni.”
g. “Fine.”
h. “She’s at home baking.”
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2. Nomad was flirting Princeton Girl. How do
we know this?
He quoted a love poem by …
Tennyson
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3. Complete Nomad’s sentence: “I can’t
sleep without knowing there’s ----.”
ho—
hope
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4. Carter offered to escort Sam to the dance.
What did Sam say to mean “You’re really
great, Carter”?
You ro--, Carter.
rock
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5. What did Carter say to mean something is
not good?
That s----.
sucks.
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6. What did Sam say to mean something is
obvious?
Tell me ab--- it.
about
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7. What university do you think Austin’s
father used to go to, USC or Princeton?
USC
(University of South--- California)
Southern
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8. Austin said to Sam, “Well, you need a
wax.” What did he mean?
He meant that the car, not ---, needed a
wax.
Sam
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9. Sam asked her step-sisters, “So, who’d
you guys pay to make your car so dirty”?
What did she mean by this question?
You guys made your car dirty
on purp--purpose
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10. What did the step sisters say? What did
they mean by that?
They said, “Excuse m-.”
me
And they meant “Who do you think you ---?”
are
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Scenes in Part 4
• Part 4a: At home- the straight A student
At the diner- the wicked witch
At the diner- the diner girl
• Part 4b: At the diner- the break-up
• Part 4c: At the diner- the cyberdude
• Part 4d: At the costume shop- the mask
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A Cinderella Story Part 4a
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General questions Part 4a
1. Where were the people?
2. Did the step mother allow Sam to go out
that night?
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Part 4a again
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1.
A short trip taken to perform
a specified task, usually for
another:
• - You wanted to see me?
• - Yes.
• Oh, my... Did you finish your errands?
Because I need you to head to the diner
and take the night shift.
• Tonight's my night off and it's
the Halloween dance at school, so...
• I know, but you need to stop being so
self-centered, Sam, and start thinking of
others.
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2. Sam and step-mom are talking
•
•
•
•
- You wanted to see me?
I need more
salmon.
- Yes.
And pick up my dry
Oh, my...
cleaning.
And wash the Jag.
Did you finish your errands?
Because I need you to head to the diner
A short trip taken to perform
and take the night shift.
a specified task,
• Tonight's my night off and it's
usually for another.
the Halloween dance at school, so...
• I know, but you need to stop being so
self-centered, Sam, and start thinking of
others.
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3. Sam and step-mom continue talking
• And others need you to go to the diner
and mop the floors tonight.
• But I really need to go to this dance,
Fiona. I have to.
• You need to earn your tuition money
for college.
You gotta bus a lot of tables.
clear dishes from tables
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4. Sam’s talking
college-level
• I'm a straight-A student.
Advanced Placement
classes
I work seven days a week
and I'm taking extra AP classes.
I never asked you for anything.
Please let me go to this dance.
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5. Step-mom is talking
• Sweetheart, now that you're
old enough...
...there's something I've always wanted to
tell you,
and I think you're ready to hear it.
You're not very pretty,
and you're not very bright.
I'm so glad we had that talk.
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6. At the diner
To move or slide to the side: Scoot that chair over.
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•
•
•
•
•
- Man, you...
- Scoot over, bro.
- See if we can get a bigger table.
- Move over.
You're in my way.
It must be Halloween. Look what just flew in.
The wicked witch of the Valley.
• I'm gonna be picking up
Gabriella and Brianna at the Halloween dance.
- I'll be back by 12 sharp.
• - Okay.
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7. Step-mom and Rhonda are talking
• Still got room in there, huh?
• Well, if it isn't little Betty Crocker
from the hood
slang for “ghetto”
Don't you have something important to do,
like cleaning toilets?
• You know, I would, but I'm too busy
running this place. But be my guest.
be my guest used to tell people that they are
welcome to do as they please (informal)
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8. Step-mom and Rhonda continue
• I'm sorry, I can't, because I just got
a $ manicure. Silver palm trees.
• You know, keep it up, Fiona,
and I'm gonna find a place to put
my $ 6 pedicure.
• Where are your skates?
That's part of the uniform.
• Fiona, if I wanted to look like
a clown,
I'd join the circus.
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Continue to do or
maintain
something
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9. Step-mom and Rhonda go on
• If you were part of my circus,
I'd have you clean
elephant butts
with a Wet One.
- I don't think you realize
that I could...
• - Fire me? Oh, please, go right ahead.
And let's see how many customers
you have left when you do.
• I am a very appealing person.
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Part 4a 3rd time
• Who said what to whom?
• How, where, when, why?
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A Cinderella Story Part 4b
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General questions Part 4b
• Did Shelby like fast food?
• Shelby asked if she could get something
that had no sugar,
no carbs (carbohydrates),
and was fat-free.
What was Sam’s answer?
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Part 4b again
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1.
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•
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Yeah, in your head.
- "I'm a very appealing person. "
- "I'm a very appealing person. "
That woman can make a nun swear.
I'm graduating a year early so I can
be miles away in Princeton.
• You could go to the
The 4 planet away
University of Mars
from the Sun
and it still wouldn't be
far enough.
th
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Nuns in habits
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2.
• Honey, I'm desperate.
- Can you cover that back booth?
• - We're waiting.
• - I don't think I can eat anything here.
• - But...
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3.
• I have the feeling I won't be able
to get a Zone meal here.
• - I already ate.
• - Laxatives don't qualify as
a food group.
• - Surprised you didn't know that.
• - Stop it.
• Well, if it isn't diner girl.
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balance of
carbohydrates,
protein, and fat
3.
• I have the feeling I won't be able
to get a Zone meal here.
• - I already ate.
• - Laxatives don't qualify as
a food group.
• - Surprised you didn't know that.
• - Stop it.
• Well, if it isn't diner girl.
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3.
• I have the feeling I won't be able
to get a Zone meal here.
foods, or drugs for constipation
• - I already ate.
• - Laxatives don't qualify as
a food group.
• - Surprised you didn't know that.
• - Stop it.
• Well, if it isn't diner girl.
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3.
• I have the feeling I won't be able
to get a Zone meal here.
• - I already ate.
• - Laxatives don't qualify as
a food group.
• - Surprised you didn't know that.
• - Stop it.
• Well, if it isn't diner girl.
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What a surprise I
see the diner girl
here…(ironic)
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4.
• - What can I get you guys?
• - What can I get here that has no sugar...
...no carbs and is fat-free?
• - Water.
Arrogrant
• - Water? Feisty.
• - Was that supposed to be a joke?
• It was funny.
• - I'll have a Voss.
• - Excuse me?
• - It's water. From Norway.
• - She's the worst.
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• Feisty (“ngon”): This is an Americanism which is gaining
ground in British and Australian English. It is defined in
many dictionaries as 'aggressive, excitable, nervous,
touchy' but is now more often used to mean 'spirited',
'assertive', 'able to speak up for oneself' (usually applied
to women). It has also appeared in an advertisement for
a high-performance car, presumably suggesting that the
car is fast, tough, and exciting to drive.
• Words tend to change their meanings with time,
sometimes through an error which gradually becomes
accepted (as with decimate), often by being applied to
different things, as in this case. Feisty is changing too
quickly for dictionaries to keep up with – and it remains
to be seen what the accepted meaning will eventually
be.
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5.
• - Sorry, we only have water from the
Valley.
• - Oh, well, then I'll have an iced tea.
• Make that two.
And I'm still waiting...
...on that breakfast burrito, diner girl.
• - See you.
• - Thank you.
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6.
• - She is so not getting a tip.
• Shelby, we really need to talk.
Privately.
Slang: people
• Anything you say to me,
you can say in front of my peeps.
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Part 4b 3rd time
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A Cinderella Story Part 4c
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General questions Part 4c
1. Who wanted to break up?
2. Who did he want to break up with?
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Part 4c again
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1.
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•
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Okay. I wanna break up.
What?
That was harsh.
- Are you in love with somebody else?
- I think so.
Impossible
- No way.
- What? Who, bro?
I don't know.
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2.
Mental breakdown
(nervous breakdown)
caused by depression,
anxiety
• - But we can still be...
• - Don't say the word "friends."
Fortunately for you, I'm gonna overlook
this mental breakdown of yours.
Look, just chill out.
Slang: Relax
We're gonna go get
ready for the dance,
and I'll see you there.
• - Later.
• - Late.
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3.
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•
•
•
•
- That went well, bro.
- No, she took you well.
Good looking out.
“Thanks.”
- Later, diner girl.
- Too late.
Don't worry about it.
You know, those kids remind me
of why I used to fight in school.
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• Good looking out: A phrase used to show appreciation to someone
that helped you out or did a small favor for you.
Ex 1:
Jeremy : James, you want a soda.
James : Good lookin' out dogg, I'm so thirsty.
Ex 2:
While playing Halo and your team mate kills an enemy that
was about to assasinate you
You
: "Good lookin' out man."
Teammate: "No problem. I got you."
Ex 3: You
: "Dude I need to call into work but I don't have a
good excuse."
Friend : "Just tell them you have diarrhea."
You : "Great idea! Good lookin out, man."
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4.
A fictional Spanish hero
• Have no fear.
Zorro is here.
• And he's got the keys
to his dad's Mercedes.
You're going to the dance
dressed as a bus girl?
• - Carter, I'm not going.
• - What do you mean, you're not going?
- Okay, sorry, sorry. What about cyberdude?
• - Cyberdude?
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• Zorro is a fictional character created in 1919 by
writer Johnston McCulley. He has been featured
in numerous books, films, television series, and
other media.
• Zorro (Spanish for fox) is the secret identity of
Don Diego de la Vega (originally Don Diego
Vega), a nobleman and master living in the
Spanish colonial era of California.
• The typical image of him is a black-clad masked
outlaw who defends the people of the land
against tyrannical officials and other villains.
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5.
• The boy that's been sending
you love notes?
• Rhonda, they're not love notes.
They're e-mails.
• If a man is taking his time to write down
his feelings for you, it's a love note.
You've got a secret admirer.
• And he wants to meet her tonight
at the dance.
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6.
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•
•
•
•
- What are you still doing here?
- I'm obeying orders.
- Sam, this is your true love.
- Well, true love is gonna have to wait.
Oh, girl, please, save all that drama
A television/radio serial drama
for the soap operas.
characterized by
You are going to
sentimentality and melodrama.
that dance.
• Go ahead, girlfriend.
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7.
• I can't go. If Fiona found out, she would kill
me and then bring me back
to clean up the mess.
• If she wants to hurt you, she’s gonna
have to go through me.
• - You go ahead, girlfriend, do your thing.
• - Call me "girlfriend" one more time.
• Okay, sorry.
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Part 4c 3rd time
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Game
• Look at the pictures. What phrase can you think of?
Soap opera
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Game
• Look at the picture. What phrase can you
think of?
A bus girl (:
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A Cinderella Story Part 4d
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Part 4d again
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1.
• Sam, your dad did not leave this earth
wanting you to be unhappy.
It's time for you to find your own bliss,
Happiness,
starting with this dance.
joy
• Sam, you need to listen to Rhonda.
You're always studying, always working.
You need to take some time for yourself.
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2.
• Yeah, why don't you go out
and bust a move?
• - Put your freak on!
• - Whatever it is you kids do these days.
• You know what? You guys are right.
I never do anything for myself.
• - No, you don't.
• - True.
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3.
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•
•
•
•
And I deserve to have some fun.
- That's right.
- Yeah.
- I am gonna go to that dance.
- Okay, great.
And I am gonna meet my true love
and I'm gonna dance all night.
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4.
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•
•
•
•
- I can't go.
- What?
I don't have a costume.
- But you will. Are you coming, Zorro?
- Yes, ma'am.
Vernon. Sam needs a costume.
No. No, Rhonda. I am closed.
Come on, I'll give you free breakfast
for a week.
• Make it a month.
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5.
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
There's gotta be something here.
There is this one.
Perfect.
- Olay!
- No way.
Hey, you're killing me here.
Aloha.
No, no. I got something.
Bless you.
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6.
• Rhonda, this is hopeless.
• Vernon, let me see that mask.
• I don't have an outfit
that goes with that.
• Yeah, but I do.
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Any questions about Part 4d?
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Part 4d 3rd time
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PAIR WORK
• SPEAK ENGLISH!!
• Work with a new partner.
• Answer 4 of the comprehension questions.
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Comprehension questions
1. What was Fiona doing when Sam came
home to see her?
2. What did Fiona want Sam to do that
night?
3. What do you think about Fiona when she
said to Sam, “You are not pretty. And you
are not bright. I’m so glad we had that
talk.”
4. Who made fun of Sam at the diner?
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Comprehension questions
5. Did Shelby like the way Sam served her?
6. When Austin said, “OK, I wanna break
up,” how did Shelby react?
7. Sam said, “I am gonna meet my true love
and I’m gonna dance all night.” Who do
you think was her true love?
8. Did she finally find something nice to wear
for the Halloween dance? What was it?
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WHOLE GROUP WORK
(2 minutes)
• Everyone, stand up!
• Go find a new partner – at least two
meters from you!
• Ask him/her two questions about the
movie.
• You can use the comprehension questions
or your own questions.
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ACT OUT
• Act out ONE conversation that you have
just watched.
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TEN-MINUTE WRITING
• My plan for Tet
• A letter to a friend telling about your
English class
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Homework
• Go to E-learning
• Watch A Cinderella Story Part 4
• Get prepared for Movie Vocabulary Test 1
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