Elementary-New Year's Resolution (исполнитель: EnglishPod.com)

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Daily Life - New Year's Resolution 

Dialogue 

A: So, did I tell you about my New Year’s resolution? I’ve decided to go on a diet. 
B: And you’re going [bad word] transform your eating habits, right? 
A: Exactly! I’m going to cut out all that junk I eat; no more chips, no more soda, no more fried food. 
B: I’ve heard this one before. 
A: But this time I’m going to stick to it. I really mean it! [bad word] me, Carol, I’m going to be a new man in one year’s time! 
B: Well, I guess we’ll just have to wait and see. 
A: Thanks, honey, that was a great meal. I’m stuffed. Do we have any chips left? 

M: Hello everyone and [bad word] to EnglishPod! Happy New Year! My name is Marco. 
E: And I’m Erica. 
M: Happy New Year! 
E: Happy New Year, Marco! 
M: It’s December thirty-first and we are on New Year’s Eve. 
E: That’s right and since it’s New Year’s Eve, we’re talking about New Year’s resolutions. 
M: Right, in many places it’s [bad word] to make a promise for the New Year. 
E: Yeah. 
M: Something that you will change. 
E: promise to yourself. 
M: To yourself. 
E: To change something. 
M: And that’s what our dialogue is about today, so, why don’t we take a look at our “vocabulary preview” for this lesson? 
Voice: Vocabulary preview. 
M: Okay, on vocabulary preview today we only have one word. 
E: Eating habits. 
M: Eating habits. 
E: Eating habits. 
M: So, what are eating habits? 
E: The regular way you eat. 
M: Right. 
E: So, if you eat healthy or if you eat lots of unhealthy food. 
M: Or even maybe what time you eat, right? If you eat everyday at certain time. 
E: Yeah. 
M: Eating habits. 
E: Okay. 
M: So, we’re ready to listen to our dialogue today and it’s gonna be a little bit fast, but don’t worry about it. 
E: [bad word] back and explain all of the key vocabulary after. 
DIALOGUE, FIRST TIME 
E: So, Marco, do you think this guy will be successful in changing his eating habits? 
M: Hehe. Well, I guess he’ll never change, but this gives us a great opportunity to look at some great vocabulary in this lesson in “language takeaway”. 
Voice: Language takeaway. 
M: Our first word on language takeaway is junk. 
E: Junk. 
M: Junk. 
E: Junk. 
M: So, [bad word] from junk food. 
E: Exactly. 
M: Unhealthy food. 
E: Yeah, fries, chips. 
M: Hamburgers. 
E: Yeah. 
M: All that junk. 
E: All that junk. 
M: Hehe. Okay, our second word for language takeaway – transform. 
E: Transform. 
M: Transform. 
E: Meaning… 
M: To change. 
E: Yep. 
M: Change. 
E: Uhu, so, this guy is going to transform his eating habits. 
M: He’s going to change his eating habits. 
E: Yeah, our third word is… 
M: Stuffed. 
E: Stuffed. 
M: Stuffed. 
E: I’m stuffed. 
M: So, we have some great examples on how we can use staffed and you’ll get the meaning from it. 
Voice: Example one.  [bad word] on! Have one more piece of cake. 
B: Oh, I can’t. I’m stuffed. 
Voice: Example two. 
C: Oh, I ate way too much! I’m stuffed! 
M: Okay, I’m stuffed. 
E: The feeling you get if you eat too much food. 
M: Right, I’m full. 
E: Yeah. 
M: Alright, so, these are some great words that you can use talking about food… 
E: And eating habits. 
M: And eating habits. Ah, and now we can listen to our dialogue a second time and this time like always it’s gonna be slow. 
DIALOGUE, SECOND TIME (slow) 
E: There’s a lot of great language in this dialogue, isn’t there? 
M: Yeah, a lot of great language that we can take a look at with our “fluency builder”. 
Voice: Fluency builder. 
E: The first phrase we have for you is… 
M: Stick to it. 
E: Stick to it. 
M: Stick to it. 
E: Yes, we’ve got some examples of how this phrase is used, so, let’s listen. 
Voice: Example one. 
A: Quitting smoking is so hard. 
B: Stick to it! It’s good for you! 
Voice: Example two. 
C: I can’t solve this math problem! 
D: Stick to it! I’m sure you’ll get it! 
M: So, stick to it, right? 
E: Basically means keep doing it. 
M: Right. Even though English learning can be hard… 
E: You should stick to it. 
M: Stick to it. 
E: Yeah. 
M: Exactly. Okay, let’s look at our second phrase for fluency builder – I mean it. 
E: Mean it. 
M: Mean it. Well, this is a great way of saying… 
E: I’m serious. 
M: I’m serious. 
E: Yeah. 
M: I mean it. 
E: I’m not joking. 
M: I’m not joking. 
E: Uhu. 
M: Right. 
E: Yeah. And our final phrase in fluency builder… 
M: Cut out. 
E: Cut out. 
M: Cut out. 
E: Again, we’ve got some examples of this phrase as native speakers use it, let’s listen. 
Voice: Example one. 
A: You have to cut out the salt from your diet. No more chips, no more French fries, no more popcorn. 
Voice: Example two. 
B: It’s time for me to focus on my work. I’m going to cut out everything else from my life! 
M: Okay, so, cut out means… 
E: To remove.  [bad word] remove. 
E: Take it away. 
M: Take it away. 
E: Yeah. 
M: Okay, some great language, some great phrases in our dialogue today. So, why don’t we listen to it a third time? And [bad word] back in a little bit. 
DIALOGUE, THIRD TIME 
M: Okay, so, New Year’s resolutions are [bad word] and popular thing in North America. 
E: It’s tradition to make a promise to yourself on New Year’s and stick to it throughout the whole year. 
M: Right, but the funny thing is that very few people actually stick to their New Year’s resolution. 
E: That’s [bad word]  
M: The [bad word] ones are I’m gonna quit smoking. 
E: Yeah. 
M: That never happens. 
E: No. 
M: I’m gonna go on a diet. 
E: Like this guy. 
M: Hehe. I’m gonna quit drinking. 
E: Aha. 
M: That almost never happens either. On New Year’s Eve you’re still drinking. 
E: I mean it’s… it’s a bad time, [bad word] on! 
M: Hehe. And another [bad word] one is I’m going to join a gym. 
E: That’s why gym membership sales are so high in January. 
M: Right, everyone joins a gym in January, but by…  [bad word] [bad word]  
M: Yeah, and very few people in a gym. 
E: Yeah, so, Marco, do you have a New Year’s rev… resolution for this year? 
M: Yes, I have a New Year’s resolution and I resolve to continue bringing everyone some great lessons. 
E: Oh, that’s… that’s so good. 
M: And I think I can stick to that one. 
E: Yes, well, I… I do hope that you do stick to that one, Marco. 
M: We will, we will, but today we’re out of time. So, please go to our website and leave all your questions [bad word]  
E: At [bad word]  
M: And, uh, we’ll see you there, but until then it’s… 
E: Good bye! 
M: Bye!
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