Boy : Um, the zoo.
Father : The zoo? Oh, that was so fun when we went to the zoo. What did you like best about the zoo?
Boy : Um, the porcupines .
Father : They were big, weren't they. And what else . . . yeah. What else do you remember?
Boy : Um, the two giraffes.
Father : The two giraffes? And were they taller than me or shorter than me?
Boy : Over your head.
Father : They were over my head. They were pretty tall. And what else do you remember? I remember . . . didn't you see an elephant? [ Yeah ] What about the elephant do you remember? [ Um ] What was he . . . was he eating? [ Yeah ] He was eating. And then, mommy said something happened with the elephant. That he did something.
Boy : He throwed dirt on us.
Father : He did? Oh, how did he do that? With his foot?
Boy : No, with his trunk .
Father : And then you fed some ducks. What color were the ducks?
Boy : White.
Father : And what other animals do you remember?[ Um ] Wasn't there some type of show.
Boy : Yeah. A bird show.
Father : A bird show? What did the birds do?
Boy : Um, flied .
Father : Oh, they flew around!
Boy : One flied.
Father : Oh, one flew. Were they good birds? [ Yeah ] Were they naughty at all?
Boy : One was naughty.
Father : What did it do?
Boy : Um, did, to, thing, what you . . . it the . . . the man what it could not do. [Translation: It did something it wasn't supposed to do.]
Father : Uhh, okay. And then you saw some butterflies, didn't you? [ Yeah ] What colors were they?
Boy : After the bird show.
Father : After the bird show you saw them. And were the butterflies flying around all over the zoo?
Boy : Uh, um, they're inside.
Father : They were inside, what, a little building? [ Yeah ] What was the building made of? Was it made of wood? [ No ] What was it made of? [ Glass ] Oh, made of glass. And couldn't the butterflies fly out of the glass? [ No ] No, oh, what stopped them from flying out?
Boy : Um, the air.
Father : Oh, the air. Oh, there was air coming down? [ Yeah ] Oh, well that's great. Well, it's time to go to bed now. Sleep tight and don't let the bed bugs bite. Good night.
Boy : Good night.
Now, do these exercises to review the vocabulary. Then, return back to the Post-Listening Exercise to use the vocabulary in real conversations.