Going Out [Unit 2]
Do you want to see a play?
What time does the play begin?
It starts at eight. Is that OK?
I’d love to go. I’ll see you then.
I heard it got some good reviews.
Where’s it playing? What’s the show?
It’s called “One Single Life to Lose.”
I’ll think about it. I don’t know.
Everything will be all right
when you and I go out tonight.
When Thomas Soben gives his talk—
The famous chef? That’s not for me!
The doors open at nine o’clock.
There’s a movie we could see
at Smith and Second Avenue.
That’s my favorite neighborhood!
I can’t wait to be with you.
I can’t wait to have some food.
We’re going to have a good time.
Don’t keep me up past my bedtime.
We’ll make a date.
Tonight’s the night.
It starts at eight.
The price is right!
I’m a fan of rock and roll.
Classical is more my style.
I like blues and I like soul.
Bach and Mozart make me smile!
Around the corner and down the street.
That’s the entrance to the park.
There’s a place where we could meet.
I wouldn’t go there after dark!
(CHORUS: 2 times)
Language Content
Grammar Social Language & Vocabulary

• Be: Questions with What time and Where • Offer, accept, and decline invitations
• Prepositions of time and place: at • Talk about likes and dislikes
• Give directions
• Entertainment events
• Kinds of music

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