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1 Video Script Fantastic English - Big Hamburger / Little Hamburger Grover the waiter - Sesame Street Lesson Asking for things - I want / I would like Scene - Busy Restaurant at lunch time. Part 1 Ah.. WAITER!! Waiter. Yes sir! Oh, Oh. It is YOU again. Well, It is certainly nice having you back again, sir. Yeah. Um. Grover Yes, Now, what may I do for you? Well, I`d like... Would you like to see a menu? No, no. I`d like a hamburger, please. Oh, a hamburger. Very good choice. And you have another choice. You see, the hamburger in our restaurant comes in two sizes. We have a little hamburger and we have a big hamburger. Ah.. May I suggest, you take the little hamburger? Uh. Alright. Let me see it. Alright! Very good then. One little hamburger, right away. Uh.. MAKE IT VERY RARE! Ah, Yes sir! (Blah blah blah blah, Charlie)... a ding-a-ling every time I come in here.

2 Part 2 Alrighty. You said you wanted it very rare. There is our little hamburger, sir. Wow. That certainly is little. Isn`t it sweet? That`s hardly enough to feed a flea. I would not know sir. We have never fed a flea here before. (Ha ha ha ha ha) It`s a waiter joke. *Don`t wait for the laugh. Look, I don`t want this hamburger. It`s too small. Take that one back and bring me the big one. Oh no no no. **What you want is another little one. Maybe, you know, 3 or 4 little ones, but we have been having a lot of trouble with the big hamburger.*** Look, your trouble is no concern of mine. Ah but sir, I tell you as (a friend) I want the big one! Take back this little one. No no no. Let me sit and talk to you. I think you`re making a big mistake. You see, first of all... WILL YOU GET ME THE BIG HAMBURGER! YES SIR! I HAVEN`T GOT ALL DAY! Alright! But I warned you. I warned you. ALRIGHT CHARLIE! BROIL THE BIGGY! Boy, imagine the nerve of that guy trying to tell me what I want!**** I know what I want. I want the...big...ham...burger. Sir. Would you like, uh, on the ketchup, the little bottle or the big bottle? Hmm? WooooooOOOOOO! The end

3 Grammar Statements, positive (+) and negative (- ) with nouns. I want (noun) I want a hamburger./ I don`t want a hamburger. I would like (noun) I would like a hamburger, please. / no negative. I`d like a hamburger, please. Statements, positive (+) and negative (- ) with verbs. I want (to+verb) I want to see a menu. / I don`t want (need) to see a menu. I would like (to+verb) I would like to see a menu, please. / no negative I`d like to see a menu, please. Questions with nouns and verbs. Do you want (noun)? Do you want a hamburger? Would you like (noun)? Would you like a hamburger? Do you want (to+verb) Do you want to see a meu? Would you like (to+verb) Would you like to see a menu? Part 1 Vocabulary certainly 1. adv. no doubt, positively, absolutely Sapporo will certainly get snow this winter. 2. A polite way of agreeing to a request. sure, of course.. Will you pass the salt, please. Certainly. Here you are. may 1. Used to ask for or give permission. Sometimes replaced with can. May I go now? May I borrow your pen, please? 2. To show possibility. It may rain tomorrow I think I may have a cold. choice n. picking between two or more things. You have a choice of soup or salad with dinner. You can play video games or play board games. What is your choice? You made a good choice, staying in to study for your test tomorrow. suggest(ed) v. giving someone your pick for which choice is best. I suggest you take the soup. The salad is old. May I suggest we play a game now? I suggest you practice English every day. (Practice or don`t practice every day.) right away immediately. now. quickly. ASAP (as soon as possible) I have to leave right away, or I will be late. rare adj. cooked (meat) very little. rare (purple) medium rare medium (pink)- medium well well (no pink). I`d like my steak cooked medium rare, please. ding-a-ling 1. n. stupid of foolish person. 2. The sound of a bell.

4 Part 2 Vocabulary sweet hardly enough feed a flea concern warn(ed) broil(ed) nerve adj. kind, nice, cute. She`s a sweet kid. adv. barely; just; almost not. I could hardly hear the speaker. He was so quiet. adj. adv. no more than needed. Just what is needed. He has enough time to make his train. Do we have enough lettuce for a salad? v feed / fed to give food to people or animals. We fed the kids pizza. We had just enough. I would like to feed the animals at the zoo. n. a very small jumping insect that feeds on the blood of animals and humans. My dog keeps scratching. I think he has fleas. The fleas are feeding on my pet. n. something to worry about, think about. Important to you. (your business.) A: What was your test score? B: That is not your concern. (That is not your business.) v. to tell someone about danger or trouble, in the future. I warned you about talking to strangers. The weatherman warned us about the coming typhoon. v. to cook with hear coming directly from above. Broil the steak for 5 minutes. n. 1. doing something rude and not caring about other people s feelings. She has some nerve, coming here 20 minutes late! I can't believe she had the nerve to call me fat! 2. bravery or confidence necessary to do something difficult or unpleasant. It takes a lot of nerve to get up in front of a class and give a speech.

5 Filler words Part 1 Well, It is certainly nice having you back again, sir. Well just said before a comment. No real meaning. Oh, a hamburger Oh can show surprise or understanding. Oh! That is how you make ramen. A: I have been to Tokyo 4 times. B: Oh. You see, the hamburger in our restaurant comes in two sizes. You see,... used when you hope someone else will understand what you are saying or asking. I have a test tomorrow. So, you see, I had to go home to study, Ah.. May I suggest, you take the little hamburger? - Just a filler word. Part 2 Look, I don`t want... Look, your trouble is... - used to direct your attention to what you will say next. Look, I just want to go home. Look, I am sorry about what happened. Maybe, you know, 3 or 4 little ones... - used as a pause while speaking or while thinking of what to say next or how to say it. She was cleaning the house, you know, when the phone rang. Boy, imagine the nerve of that guy... to show (mild) surprise, happiness, dislike or anger. Boy, Sapporo is beautiful in winter. Boy, this ramen is delicious. Boy, the teacher gave us a lot of homework today. Boy, my brother better stop taking my toys. ** What you want is another little one. ***We have been having a lot of trouble with the big hamburger. ****Boy, imagine the nerve of that guy, trying to tell me what I want! Ordering in a restaurant Waiter: Do you want to see a menu? // Would you like to see a menu? Customer: I want a hamburger, please. // I don`t want a hamburger, thank you. I would like a hamburger, please. I`d like a hamburger, please. Customer: (angry) Look, I don`t want this hamburger! / Take that one back and bring me the big one. // Can you get me my salad, please? Customer (Very Angry): WILL YOU GET ME THE BIG HAMBURGER! / Just get me my burger.

6 Puns!!! A play on words. Wait When a word has two meanings, it can be funny. 1. (wait on, as in a waiter or waitress) To get things for somebody. To wait on a customer in a restaurant. 2. to stay until something happens. To wait for a bus. We have never fed a flee here before. (Ha ha ha ha ha) It`s a waiter joke. *Don`t wait for the laugh. Don`t wait for a laugh means, no laugh will be coming. By suggesting he not wait for a laugh, Mr Johnson was creatively saying, that waiter joke was not funny. Another pun... Key word Tank Two fish are in a tank. (got a picture I your mind?) One fish says to the other fish, So... (confused).. uh... so how do you drive this thing?

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