Sitcom: I'm getting in shape. (Top Notch 1, Unit 6-1)

source: source: HoseoEnglish / Pearson Education, INC     2011年3月3日
* social language: Describe routines; Suggest an activity; Provide an excuse
* grammar: Can / have to; The simple present tense and the present continuous; Frequency adverbs; Time expression

# video script
(Bob exercises in the office.)
Paul: What are you doing?
Bob: I'm exercising.
Paul: Don't you have some work to do?
Bob: I am working. I'm working and exercising.
Paul: What work are you doing?
Bob: I'm thinking.
Paul: About what?
Bob: About ideas for Mrs. Beatty's vacation.
Paul: And what are you thinking?
Bob: Beach vacation.
Paul: I have to finish this. Can you go exercise somewhere else? 
Bob: No problem.
Marie: What are you doing?
Bob: I'm getting in shape.
Marie: Why are you doing that here? Why don't you go to a gym? Or the park? Or outside? Or home?
Bob: I don't have time to go to the gym.
Marie: I can't work when you do that. Can you go over there?
Bob: No problem.
Mr. Evans: Bob?
Bob: Huh?
Mr. Evans: What are you doing?
Bob: I'm ... working.
Mr. Evans: Then why are you running?
Bob: To get in shape. Running burns a lot of calories.
Mr. Evans: Exercise later. Work now, please.
Bob: Yes, sir.