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  • Adverbs of Degree: Choosing A Summer School Course (Review)

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    Adverb Adverb of degree Summer school Course University

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Choosing A Summer School Course

(1) Simon: Listen
Is [vocab word=professor]Professor[/vocab] Ashcroft's [vocab word=biology]biology[/vocab] easy?
(2) Holly: Listen
Is that for your [vocab word=summer school]summer school[/vocab]?

"that" is the biology course.

(3) Simon: Listen
Yeah. I need a [vocab word=credit]credit[/vocab].
(4) Holly: Listen
Professor Ashcroft's [vocab word=course]courses[/vocab] are [vocab word=really]really[/vocab] difficult. Many students get a C.
(5) Simon: Listen
I don't want that … I want a [vocab word=very]very[/vocab] easy course. Is [vocab word=astronomy]Astronomy[/vocab] 101 easy?

"Astronomy 101" is the name of the course.

(6) Holly: Listen
Astronomy 101 is quite difficult. But, it's very interesting.
(7) Simon: Listen
I just want an easy course. I don't want too much [vocab word=homework]homework[/vocab].
(8) Holly: Listen
How about a [vocab word=world]world[/vocab] history course?
(9) Simon: Listen
I really hate history. I [vocab word=especially]especially[/vocab] hate world history.
(10) Holly: Listen
What do you like, then?
(11) Simon: Listen
I like languages. Spanish is a very interesting language.
(12) Holly: Listen
So, take a Spanish course.
(13) Simon: Listen
I'm not good at languages. Spanish 101 is just [vocab word=too]too[/vocab] hard.
(14) Holly: Listen
Don't be [vocab word=silly]silly[/vocab]! You are a very smart guy. You'll be okay. Also, Professor Garcia is a very nice professor. She gives easy marks.
(15) Simon: Listen
You really think so?

"You think so" means "You think she gives easy marks."

(16) Holly: Listen
I really think so.
(17) Simon: Listen
Great. Thanks for your [vocab word=help]help[/vocab], Holly.
(18) Holly: Listen
Not a problem. What are friends for?

"What are friends for?" means "We are friends. Friends help other friends."

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Choosing A Summer School Course

(1) Simon: Listen
Is [vocab word=professor]Professor[/vocab] Ashcroft's [vocab word=biology]biology[/vocab] easy?
(2) Holly: Listen
Is that for your [vocab word=summer school]summer school[/vocab]?

"that" is the biology course.

(3) Simon: Listen
Yeah. I need a [vocab word=credit]credit[/vocab].
(4) Holly: Listen
Professor Ashcroft's [vocab word=course]courses[/vocab] are [vocab word=really]really[/vocab] difficult. Many students get a C.
(5) Simon: Listen
I don't want that … I want a [vocab word=very]very[/vocab] easy course. Is [vocab word=astronomy]Astronomy[/vocab] 101 easy?

"Astronomy 101" is the name of the course.

(6) Holly: Listen
Astronomy 101 is quite difficult. But, it's very interesting.
(7) Simon: Listen
I just want an easy course. I don't want too much [vocab word=homework]homework[/vocab].
(8) Holly: Listen
How about a [vocab word=world]world[/vocab] history course?
(9) Simon: Listen
I really hate history. I [vocab word=especially]especially[/vocab] hate world history.
(10) Holly: Listen
What do you like, then?
(11) Simon: Listen
I like languages. Spanish is a very interesting language.
(12) Holly: Listen
So, take a Spanish course.
(13) Simon: Listen
I'm not good at languages. Spanish 101 is just [vocab word=too]too[/vocab] hard.
(14) Holly: Listen
Don't be [vocab word=silly]silly[/vocab]! You are a very smart guy. You'll be okay. Also, Professor Garcia is a very nice professor. She gives easy marks.
(15) Simon: Listen
You really think so?

"You think so" means "You think she gives easy marks."

(16) Holly: Listen
I really think so.
(17) Simon: Listen
Great. Thanks for your [vocab word=help]help[/vocab], Holly.
(18) Holly: Listen
Not a problem. What are friends for?

"What are friends for?" means "We are friends. Friends help other friends."

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Choosing A Summer School Course

(1) Simon: Listen
Is [vocab word=professor]Professor[/vocab] Ashcroft's [vocab word=biology]biology[/vocab] easy?
(2) Holly: Listen
Is that for your [vocab word=summer school]summer school[/vocab]?

"that" is the biology course.

(3) Simon: Listen
Yeah. I need a [vocab word=credit]credit[/vocab].
(4) Holly: Listen
Professor Ashcroft's [vocab word=course]courses[/vocab] are [vocab word=really]really[/vocab] difficult. Many students get a C.
(5) Simon: Listen
I don't want that … I want a [vocab word=very]very[/vocab] easy course. Is [vocab word=astronomy]Astronomy[/vocab] 101 easy?

"Astronomy 101" is the name of the course.

(6) Holly: Listen
Astronomy 101 is quite difficult. But, it's very interesting.
(7) Simon: Listen
I just want an easy course. I don't want too much [vocab word=homework]homework[/vocab].
(8) Holly: Listen
How about a [vocab word=world]world[/vocab] history course?
(9) Simon: Listen
I really hate history. I [vocab word=especially]especially[/vocab] hate world history.
(10) Holly: Listen
What do you like, then?
(11) Simon: Listen
I like languages. Spanish is a very interesting language.
(12) Holly: Listen
So, take a Spanish course.
(13) Simon: Listen
I'm not good at languages. Spanish 101 is just [vocab word=too]too[/vocab] hard.
(14) Holly: Listen
Don't be [vocab word=silly]silly[/vocab]! You are a very smart guy. You'll be okay. Also, Professor Garcia is a very nice professor. She gives easy marks.
(15) Simon: Listen
You really think so?

"You think so" means "You think she gives easy marks."

(16) Holly: Listen
I really think so.
(17) Simon: Listen
Great. Thanks for your [vocab word=help]help[/vocab], Holly.
(18) Holly: Listen
Not a problem. What are friends for?

"What are friends for?" means "We are friends. Friends help other friends."

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