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Teaching / Teacher 2 Mini-Story Lesson www.LearnRealEnglish.com 1 © Copyright 2008: Learn Real English, LLC Hello. This is AJ Hoge and this is the min...

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Teaching / Teacher 2 Mini-Story Lesson Hello. This is AJ Hoge and this is the mini-story for “Teacher 2.” Let’s get started. *

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Katrina the kitty wanted a boyfriend. She was lonely. Now of course a kitty is a cat. A small cat or a young cat. So Katrina the kitty wanted a boyfriend. She was lonely. Poor Katrina.

So she went to Panama City, Florida. Who went to Panama City, Florida? Katrina, Katrina went to Panama City, Florida. Where did she go? Panama City, she went to Panama City, Florida. What was Katrina? Katrina was a kitty, a cat. What did she want? She wanted a boyfriend. Katrina the kitty wanted a boyfriend. Why did she go to Panama City, Florida? Well, to get a boyfriend. She went to Panama City, Florida to get a boyfriend. Was Katrina lonely? Yes, poor Katrina was very lonely. She wanted a boyfriend. She went to Panama City, Florida.

In Panama City she met Tom.

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Teaching / Teacher 2 Mini-Story Lesson Where did she meet Tom? In Panama City, Florida, she met Tom in Panama City. Who met Tom in Panama City? Katrina, Katrina met Tom in Panama City. Who did she meet? Tom, she met Tom.

What kind of cat was Tom? Well, he was a tough, macho, strong cat. Was Tom a weak and wimpy kitty? No, no, Tom wasn’t a weak kitty. Tom was a tough, strong, macho cat. Who was a tough, strong, macho cat? Tom, Tom was a tough, strong, macho cat. Was Katrina a tough, strong, macho cat? No, no, no, no, no, not Katrina. Katrina is a girl. Katrina was not, not a tough, strong, macho cat. Who was a tough, strong, macho cat? Tom, Tom was a tough, strong, macho cat.

What kind of cat was Katrina? Well, she was romantic and sweet. Was Katrina romantic and sweet? Yes, yes, she was. Katrina was romantic and sweet. And Tom?

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Teaching / Teacher 2 Mini-Story Lesson Well, Tom was tough and macho. What was Katrina like? Katrina was romantic and sweet. What was Tom like? Tom was tough and macho. What was Tom like? Tom was tough and macho. What was Katrina like? Katrina was romantic and sweet. Were Katrina and Tom on the same page? No, they were not on the same page. They did not agree. They did not have the same personality. They did not have the same ideas. They were very different. So were Katrina and Tom on the same page? No, no, no, they were not on the same page. They were totally different. Tom was a tough, macho cat. He loved to fight. Katrina was a sweet, romantic cat. She hated fighting. Who loved fighting? Tom, Tom loved fighting. Did Katrina love fighting? No, she didn’t. She hated fighting. So were Tom and Katrina on the same page or were they not on the same page?

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Teaching / Teacher 2 Mini-Story Lesson Well, they were not on the same page. They didn’t agree about anything. They were totally different. They were not on the same page. Who were not on the same page? Tom and Katrina, Tom and Katrina were not on the same page. Tom looked at Katrina and he said, “I’m the toughest frickin’ cat in Florida. I don’t take crap from no one.” Okay, Tom said, “I’m the toughest frickin’ cat in Florida. Remember frickin’ just adds emotion. It adds power. So here he’s showing more emotion. He’s super touch. So he’s saying, “I’m the toughest frickin’ cat in Florida." That means I’m the super tough cat in Florida… the super toughest. Who was the toughest frickin’ cat in Florida? Katrina? No Katrina was sweet. Katrina wasn’t the toughest frickin’ cat in Florida. Who was the toughest frickin’ cat in Florida? Tom, Tom was the toughest frickin’ cat in Florida. Was the toughest frickin’ cat in Georgia? No, no, no, Tom wasn’t the toughest frickin’ cat in Georgia. Tom was the toughest frickin’ cat in Florida. Was he the toughest frickin’ dog in Florida? No, not dog. He was the toughest frickin’ cat in Florida. He wasn’t the toughest frickin’ dog in Florida. And he said, “I don’t take crap from no one.” Okay, don’t take crap… that means I don’t take negative actions, negative words from other people. Right, I don’t take crap from no one. Kind of a slang phrase. It means I don’t tolerate disrespect. That’s what that phrase really means. I do not take disrespect. I don’t tolerate disrespect. I don’t accept disrespect from other people. I don’t take crap from no one. It means I don’t let other people challenge me. I don’t let other people insult me. I don’t let other people say bad things to me or do bad things to me. It has all of that meaning in that sentence. I don’t take crap from anyone, no one, whatever. Does Tom take crap from other cats? No, he doesn’t take crap from other cats.

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Teaching / Teacher 2 Mini-Story Lesson Does Tom accept insults from other cats? No, no, no, he doesn’t take crap from other cats. He will fight. He does not accept insults. Does he accept criticism from other cats? No, he doesn’t take crap from other cats. He doesn’t take crap from anyone. He doesn’t take crap from no one. Does he take crap from other people, from other cats? No, he doesn’t take crap from other cats. So Tom said, “I’m the toughest frickin’ cat in Florida, I don’t take crap from no one.”

And Katrina said, “Um, I’m sorry. I want a romantic, sweet, nice cat that I can marry.” So did Katrina want Tom? No, Tom wasn’t romantic. Tom was tough. Tom liked to fight. Were they on the same page? No, no, they didn’t want the same things. Katrina wanted romance, Tom wanted fighting. They were not on the same page. Ah, poor Katrina.

So next Katrina went to Athens, Georgia to look for a boyfriend. Where did she go? Athens, Georgia. Where is Athens, Georgia? It’s in America. It’s in the United States. She went to Athens, Georgia why? Why did she go to Athens, Georgia?

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Teaching / Teacher 2 Mini-Story Lesson To look for a boyfriend, she went to Athens, Georgia to look for a boyfriend. Who went to Athens, Georgia to look for a boyfriend? Katrina. Was Katrina a dog? No, no, no, she was a kitty. She was a cat. So she went to Athens, Georgia to look for a boyfriend.

She met Mike the cat. Who did she meet? She met Mike. Who met Mike? Katrina, Katrina met Mike the cat.

Mike was a singer. Was Mike a fighter? No, no, no, Mike wasn’t a fighter. Mike was a singer. He loved to sing. Who loved to sing? Mike, Mike the cat loved to sing.

Mike was sweet but he was wimpy. Was Mike strong or was Mike weak and wimpy? Mike was weak and wimpy.

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Teaching / Teacher 2 Mini-Story Lesson Was Mike brave or was he scared and wimpy? Well, unfortunately Mike was scared and wimpy. Who was wimpy? Mike, Mike was wimpy. Was Tom wimpy? No, Tom was the opposite. Tom was strong and brave. He loved to fight. Was Mike strong and brave? No, no, no, the opposite. Mike was not strong and brave. Mike was weak and wimpy. Oh no. Who was weak and wimpy? Mike, Mike was weak and wimpy.

Did Katrina like wimpy cats? No, of course not. Katrina did not like wimpy cats. Who did not like wimpy cats? Katrina, Katrina didn’t like wimpy cats. Did Katrina like wimpy dogs? Well, actually, yeah she did. She liked wimpy dogs. But she didn’t like wimpy cats and she didn’t like wimpy boyfriends.

So she didn’t want Mike. So she was still lonely. How was she? She was still lonely. Poor Katrina.

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Teaching / Teacher 2 Mini-Story Lesson Katrina went home. Where did Katrina go? She went home.

And she got on the internet. Did she get on the internet? Yes, Katrina got on the internet. Who got on the internet? Katrina, Katrina got on the internet. Why? Of course, she got on the internet to look for a boyfriend.

She said, “Oh, I don’t know about the internet, but I’m going to take a leap of faith.” Was she sure she could find a good boyfriend on the internet? No, no, she was not sure she could find a good boyfriend on the internet. She was not sure. She took a leap of faith. She took a risky action. No guarantee of success. What did she take? She took a leap of faith. What was her leap of faith? Well, getting on the internet to find a boyfriend was her leap of faith. That action was her leap of faith. It was a risky action. Who took a leap of faith?

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Teaching / Teacher 2 Mini-Story Lesson Katrina, Katrina the kitty took a leap of faith. And why? Why did she take a leap of faith? Why did she get on the internet? To find a good boyfriend, she took a leap of faith. She got on the internet, a risky action. To find a good boyfriend.

And on the internet, who did she meet? Well, she met Jerry. Did she meet Tom on the internet? No, no, no, not Tom. Did she meet Mike on the internet? No, no, no. Who did she meet? Jerry, she met Jerry on the internet. She met Jerry online. Who did she meet online? Jerry, she met Jerry online. Who met Jerry online? Katrina, Katrina the kitty met Jerry online. On the internet.

Was Jerry tough and macho? No, he wasn’t tough and macho but he was strong. Was Jerry weak or was Jerry strong? Jerry was strong.

Was Jerry romantic? Oh yes, Jerry was very, very, very romantic.

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Teaching / Teacher 2 Mini-Story Lesson Was Jerry strong and romantic? Yes, he was. Who was strong and romantic? Jerry, Jerry was strong and Jerry was romantic.

Did Katrina like strong and romantic kitties? Oh yes, exactly. Katrina loved strong and romantic cats. Purr-fect. Did Katrina like Jerry? Oh yes, she liked him a lot. Did Jerry like Katrina? Oh yes, he liked her, too.

In fact, they fell in love. Katrina finally found a great boyfriend. She was not alone. She was not lonely anymore. Yay! What kind of cat was Jerry? He was a strong and romantic cat. What was he like? Strong and romantic, Jerry was strong and romantic. Were Jerry and Katrina on the same page? Yes, yes, they were. They liked each other. They had the same ideas. They wanted the same things. Jerry and Katrina were on the same page.

And so they fell in love, they kissed, there were stars. The end.

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Okay, so I hope you enjoyed this. Please listen to this mini-story every day. Deep learning, deep learning, deep learning. I’ll say it again. Deep learning. It’s so important. Please take time. Go slowly. Listen to each lesson every day for seven days or more. At least seven days. Learn it deeply. Okay I will see you next time. Have a great day, bye bye.

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