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What are five items that students can buy from a bookstore to use for school?
“read someone like a book” = understand someone very well
“My teacher can read students like a book. He knows which students studies, and which students don’t.“
“go by the book” = follow rules exactly
“If you always go by the book in your work, your company will trust you more.“
A. Listen to the recording and answer the questions.
Son: "Well, let's see. I have three notebooks, five pencils, an eraser, and oh yeah . . . ."
Son: "Well, I use one to call you and Mom, and the other, I call my, uh, my teachers. Yeah, yeah, yeah! That's it."
Son: "Well, Mom thought it was a good idea. And I have, let's see, what else? Two cheeseburgers, some fries, and oooh, a melted ice cream."
Father: How how did you pay for all that? Son: Well, uh, ooh, uh. Time is passing. Gotta go! Bye, Dad! Father: Hey, where's my credit card? Come back!!
Father: "Your birthday isn't until June. That's six months away."
Do the vocabulary quizzes using the words from the conversation for more practice:
Where do you usually get your textbooks for class? Do you get them free from your school, or do you need to buy them?
Find two online bookstores where you can buy these items. Then, answer these questions: