Listen to the conversation on camping adventures and read along with the conversation. Review the key vocabulary and the sample sentences.
Paul: Sara, I've been looking forward to our yearly campout for three weeks. [Me too.] It's going to be a wonderful day for hiking tomorrow. The great outdoors. Camping under the stars . This is the life.
Sara: Yeah, but Paul, I'm a little bit worried about the weather though. The weatherman said it was going to rain later tonight.
Paul: Ah. nonsense. Nothing can spoil our adventure. Those weather reports are never right.
Sara: And it said there was a chance of high winds.
Paul: Ah. Don't worry.
Sara: Paul. Paul. Did you remember to bring our raincoats just in case, like I told you?
Paul: Uh . . . no. I left them on the front porch.
Sara: What are we going to do now?
Paul: We'll have to sleep in the car! Hurry get in!
Sara: So, Paul, what are we going to do now?
Paul: How about playing a card game?
Sara: Uhh. I left them next to the picnic table. [Hmmm] Hey, you don't want me to go out in this rain and get them, do you?
Paul: No. That's okay. So what now?
Sara: Well, we could head down the mountain and stay at that hotel we passed on the way up, or go home.
Paul: Hmm, why don't we just make the best of it here and hope the weather clears.
Sara: That's a good idea.