Which method do you enjoy most: bus, train, or plane? What are the advantages and disadvantages of each?
Here are some words and expressions that appear in the video:
seedy (adjective): dirty or in bad condition
– The restaurant is in a seedy part of the city, so I’m not sure we should go there.
classy (adjective): very good or high-class
– We stayed at a very classy hotel on our vacation. The place had everything.
put something out there (verb): propose something
– Let me put an idea out there about our vacation. How about staying at a hotel along the beach? What do you think?
keep something in mind (idiom): remember something
– Please keep money and time in mind as we plan our vacation. We are limited on both.
gravitate to/toward something (idiom): be attracted by something
– I think the kids will gravitate toward the idea of visiting Disneyland this summer.
keep up your feet (idiom): relax
– My son left his toys on the floor after the birthday party, and our dog ruined them.
– We had planned to have a fun party outside, but the bad weather ruined our plans.
Now, watch the interview and answer the comprehension questions. You can also turn on the automatically-generated captions for the video once you start it.
Describe the answers to these questions: