(Top Notch 2 Unit 2-2)

source: Phonics ILearning / Pearson Education, INC       2014年6月10日
* apologize for lateness; disagree politely
* grammar: the present perfectwould rather

(Paul and Bob strike up a conversation with David Doolittle, a famous British actor.)
Marie: So, what do you want to do? Hey, isn't that David Doolittle, the famous British actor?
Cheryl: You’re right! It is?
Bob: Let’s go say hi.
Cheryl: No, don’t! What are you doing?!
Paul: Aren’t you David Doolittle?
Doolittle: Yes, I am.
Bob: Wow! We really like your movies.
Doolittle: Thank you.
Paul: You’re great!
Doolittle: Thank you very much.
Paul: Remember that movie where you’re that dancer? What was that called?
Doolittle: The Dancer.
Paul: That’s it! That was unforgettable!
Bob: I love that one where you’re the chef. What’s that one called?
Doolittle: Doctor Fork?
Bob: That’s it. That was so funny! Unforgettable, man.
Doolittle: Thank you.
Paul: My favorite is the one where you’re that robot musician named...
Doolittle: DD-42.
Paul: Yeah! Yeah’ I just saw that movie again last week. That’s a great movie. What’s that called?
Doolittle: Songs of Love.
Paul: Yeah. Man, that’s unforgettable.
Doolittle: Thanks. You know what? I have to go soon, and I should finish my lunch...
Bob: Oh, right. Yeah, sorry. It was nice to meet you.
Doolittle: You too. Take it easy.
Bob: Take it easy. Isn’t that what you say at the end of that movie where you’re the pilot?
Doolittle: Pie in the Sky.
Paul: Yeah! That was unforgettable, man.
Bob: Unforgettable.
Doolittle: Would you guys care to join me?
Paul: What’s your favorite movie?