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  • Hi.

  • Can you tell me how to get to your movie theater?

  • Oh, that's easy.

  • Okay.

  • Thank you.

  • Bye.

  • Hi, Pete.

  • Thanks for the movie invitation.

  • Yeah, sure.

  • On a I love movies.

  • I love the plot.

  • I love the set design.

  • I love the costumes I love.

  • I take movies very seriously.

  • You're not one of those people who talks during a movie.

  • Are you know, good.

  • You wanna loves movies.

  • And she loves talking about movies, and he doesn't sound happy about that.

  • But he's trying to be polite.

  • He could do that with indirect questions.

  • We can ask a question directly.

  • Where is your movie theater?

  • Or indirectly, as Ana does?

  • Can you tell me how to get to your movie theater?

  • They have the same meaning, but indirect questions.

  • Arm or polite and a little more formal.

  • Many indirect questions begin with can.

  • Or could you tell me Would or do you mind?

  • Would it be possible?

  • Or do you know?

  • Do you know if Ana will stop talking?

  • I sure don't keep watching.

  • And this time, look for indirect questions that begin with.

  • Would you mind?

  • I love the smell of popcorn.

  • I love seats that rock.

  • But when people are quiet Look, the previous starting.

  • I love to see what movies?

  • Air coming out.

  • Oh, this one looks good.

  • The youth are part of the movie experience.

  • So we did mind not talking.

  • Okay, I'm wondering, Are you almost closed with that?

  • No, there's still a lot of milkshake at the bottom.

  • I'll try, but it's really pick on a What are you doing?

  • I'm not the one making all the noise I've done.

  • Now, would you mind opening that a little bit more?

  • Quiet Draw.

  • Give it to me.

  • It's not mine.

  • I'm opening the whole here Now we're behind more quiet.

  • Excuse me, Would you mind turning down your phone?

  • Sorry, I forgot to turn my phone off.

  • Oh, no, I dropped it.

  • Where is it?

  • On A you Please turn your phone off.

  • Excuse me, would you mind lending me your phone light for minutes?

  • No, I'll get it.

  • Oh, look, people, I'm not the noisy one here, so you need to shut the white person and I should know about shushing.

  • I should people all the time.

  • Excuse me, sir.

  • You can't yell in a movie theater.

  • Would you mind coming with me.

  • You're kicking me out.

  • Me, But I'm always the quiet one in the movie.

  • He should know better.

  • You have to be quiet in a movie theater.

  • Which movie starting?

  • That's a surprise, I thought would be the noisy one.

  • Well, she waas with her food but peaked in all of the talk.

  • At least he tried to be played by using indirect questions.


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Let's Learn English Level 2 Lesson 19: Movie Night

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/03
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