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Topic / Vocabulary
Present simple as future going to future will future
Talking about desires and intentions
Writing about your immediate future plans
Hector offers to contribute by getting a job, but eventually he and Nick have to cook for Bridget's awful boss Howard, when he comes to dinner. Howard is so rude to the boys that Bridget tells him off and then resigns - a rare example of Bridget
food and restaurant language:
(main) course (of a meal) hard boiled
set the table
dish of the day
leave it to us
dinner is served
what a creep!
don't you dare (talk to Hector like that!)
Nick is an actor and there are several examples of words relating to acting, film, TV, etc. In this episode, we hear film extra (someone with a nonspeaking background role in a film) and stunt man (a man who does dangerous actions (stunts) in a film.
What a creep! is an expression indicating that you don't like someone; it is rather strong and students should not be encouraged to use it.
No way! is a ubiquitous expression indicating that you don't want to do something or you disagree about something.