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Party
 
 
 
 
Party


PART 1: TO COME OVER, TO JOIN IN, TO GET DOWN

 
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VICKI: Let's have a BBC Learning English party!
MATT: Yeah, why don't you come over and join in?
VICKI: Even if you can't come over here, you can still join in with our party!
MATT: Oooooh I like this song Vicki -come on- let's dance!
VICKI: This is a great song to dance to. And the lyrics even say "get down" which means to dance.
MATT: Yeah it's quite informal and you hear it a lot in songs, especially in American English. Hey -look at Paul, he's really getting down.

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PART 2: TO PUT ON, TO GET SOMETHING IN, TO EAT UP, TO DRINK UP

 

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VICKI: Hey Matt! Why don't you put another CD on so we can dance a bit more?
MATT: OK. I've just bought a new party CD. I'll put that on now!
VICKI: Mmmm -this party food is delicious. But did you get enough food in for all of your guests?
MATT: Oh yes, I went shopping yesterday and bought lots of food for the party. Eat up! There's plenty more?.
VICKI: Thanks! It's great -I'll have no problem eating this food up ? it's lovely!
MATT: And if you drink up, I'll go and make you another cocktail!
VICKI: You're a great host Matt. Hang on then and I'll finish it.

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