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The Weekend - 1950’s (C0092) A: Heya, Tracy. How are you doin’? B: I’m swell, Sandy! A: Hey listen, you wanna go to the sock hop with me this Friday? ...

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The Weekend - 1950’s

(C0092)

A:

Heya, Tracy. How are you doin’?

B:

I’m swell, Sandy!

A:

Hey listen, you wanna go to the sock hop with me this Friday? It’ll be a blast!

B:

First of all it’s the Sadie Hawkins dance. The girls gotta ask the guys. Also...

A:

Oh, right. So when are you gonna ask me? I’ve had my eye on you for a while.

C:

Hey, buddy. Ease off my girl, man. Or do you want a knuckle-sandwich?

B:

Cool it, guys.

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A:

Your girl? Says who?

C:

Says me, pipsqueak!

Key Vocabulary

heya

Interjection

hi, you (informal)

swell

Adjective

really good fashioned)

sock hop

common noun, singular

dances held usually in high school gym or cafeteria

a blast

common noun, singular

a very fun time

Sadie Hawkins dance have one’s eye on (someone)

(old-

an informal dance usually in high school with girls invite boys phrase

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focus your attention on something you want

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ease off

phrase

stop putting pressure on someone

knucklesandwich

common noun, singular

a punch

cool it

phrase

relax, take it easy

pipsqueak

common noun, singular

someone who is not important

Supplementary Vocabulary

go ape

phrase

get really angry and explode

be on cloud nine

phrase

be really happy

cool cat

phrase

a very cool person

flick

common noun, singular

movie, film

party pooper

common noun, singular

a person who is not fun

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no sweat

phrase

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it’s no problem

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