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Catch me if you can 2002 – bank

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– 1 minute video at the banks from Catch me if you can 2002

handout for teachers

Level B1 – Am. English

Past simple:

send – sent

find – found

Present perfect:

must’ve slipped

Passive:

books were stolen

Vocabulary:

sidewalk – pavement – a walk at the side of a street or road.

midterm – an examination given at the middle of a school term

raspy coughing – see movie

be allowed

Phrasal verbs:

take out for a night

find out vs. find on the sidewalk out there

slip off

Sentence structure:

Is there something I can help you with..

he wants me in Long Island to take….

No one would have to know.

Geography:

Brooklyn,

Queens.

Long Island

Brooklyn map

 

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B: I mean, I hope you understand.

A: My boss sent me to Brooklyn, then Queens.

Now he wants me in Long Island

to take a few clients out for a night on the town.

I’m sorry, but we’re not allowed to cash checks from other banks.

How would we know if they were any good?

B: What did you say your name was?

A: Ashley.

B: Ashley… you know what I found on the sidewalk out there?

Must’ve slipped right off your neck.

C: Is there something I can help you with, son?

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B: Well, you see, it’s my grandmother’s birthday next week

and I want to get her something extra-special.

B: Please, I mean

it’s my midterm next week and my books were stolen.

( raspy coughing )

B: Please, it’s just five dollars.

No one would have to know.

D: I’m sorry, but we are not allowed

to take checks from people we don’t know.

( horns honking, whistle blowing )

 

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