Listen to the recording on cooking and read along with the conversation. Review the key vocabulary and the sample sentences.
Woman: Hi Sweetie. Welcome home. We’re ready to eat.
Man: Well, there’s something I . . .
Woman: We have salmon and your favorite salad.
Man: Oh, yeah. That sounds . . . great.
Woman: Um, what’s . . . what’s the deal? I worked really hard. Look, Look. For dessert, I made apple pie.
Man: Well . . . under most circumstances . . .
Woman: Hon. What’s? You . . . I’ve never made a pie before. It took me like three hours.
Man: Well, to be honest . . .
Woman: What’s wrong? [ Man laughing. ] Don’t you like my cooking?
Man: No, no, no.
Woman: I worked really hard!
Man: I know, I know, I know, but to be honest, I just had a hamburger, fries, and a chocolate shake.
Woman: Why? WHY?
Man: I’m sorry. I didn’t know.
Woman: I told you this morning I was making something nice. Didn’t you listen?
Man: I’m sorry, I forgot. I mean . . . Wait . . .
Man: Yeah, wait. Wait, wait. What are you doing? Why are you putting the food in my shoes?
Woman: So you can enjoy it as you walk to work tomorrow.
Man: Oh, no. I’m sorry!