Father : Yeah, Micky.
Son : Can I have a really good snack ?
Father : Uh, I don't know. I thinks it's . . . uh . . . what time's it? I think it's going on dinner.
Son : Uh, it's three thirty.
Father : Three thirty. Uh . . . We'd better wait. [ Why, Dad? ] Well, what kind of snack do you want?
Son : Candy?
Father : No, candy is out . Oh, how about some broccoli? [ No! ] Uh, carrots? [ No! ] Well, what else can you suggest?
Son : Candy.
Father : Candy. No, I don't think . . . I think You'd better wait.
Son : A sandwich? A spinach sandwich?
Father : Spinach sandwich? Spinach sandwich! When did you start liking spinach?
Son : Uh, today.
Father : Well, what about a small sandwich? [ Okay ] Okay, I'll whip it up in a minute. Play with your toys while you're waiting for it.
Now, do these exercises to review the vocabulary. Then, return back to the Post-Listening Exercise to use the vocabulary in real conversations.