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wwweslpodcomEnglishasaSecondLanguagePodcastADayintheLifeofJeffEpisodendashGettingUpThesematerialsarecopyrightedbytheCenterforEducationalDevelopment()PostingofthesematerialsonanotherwebsiteordistributingtheminanywayisprohibitedGLOSSARYtogetupndashtogetoutofbedtoleaveonersquosbed*ThismorningIgotupveryquicklybecausethebabywascryingtowakeupndashtoawakentostopsleeping*Shealwaysleaveshercurtainsopensothatshecanwakeupwiththesunlighttohandlendashtomanagetodealwithtocontrol*Areyousurethatyoucanhandletakingsixclassesthissemestercoversndashthelayersoffabricthatcoverabedtheclothmaterialthatcoversabedandthatkeeponewarm*Whenmyhusbandsleeps,healwaysstealsthecoversandthenIgetsocoldatnight!comforterndashthetopmost,thickestcoverforabed,usuallymadeoffeathersorotherwarmmaterial*Inthewinter,theysleepunderaverythickcomforter,butinthesummertheydonrsquotuseitlightblanketndashathincoverforabed,madeofwool,cotton,orothermaterial*WhenMarcossawMariasleepingonthesofa,hecoveredherwithalightblanketsoshewouldnrsquotbetoocoldpillowndashasoftcushionforonersquosheadinbed,usuallyfilledwithfeathers,cotton,orothermaterial*WhydopeopledecoratetheirbedswithsomanypillowsIonlyneedonetosleeponpillowcasendashthefabriccoveringapillowthematerialthatcoversapillowtokeepitclean*Theyboughtnewpillowcasestomatchthecoloroftheirbedroomwallssheetsndashtwopiecesoflarge,thinfabricplacedonabedndashonetolieonandonetolieunder*Howoftendoyouchangethesheetsonyourbedtomatchndashtohavethesamecolororcolorsthatlookgoodtogethertomakeagoodcombinationtolookgoodtogether*DoyouthinkthatthissweatermatchesthesepantswwweslpodcomEnglishasaSecondLanguagePodcastADayintheLifeofJeffEpisodendashGettingUpThesematerialsarecopyrightedbytheCenterforEducationalDevelopment()Postingofthesematerialsonanotherwebsiteordistributingtheminanywayisprohibitedtogooffndashtomakealoudnoiseverysuddenly*Whenmyalarmwentoffat:am,Iwasinthemiddleofaverygooddreamjarringndashirritating,unpleasant,orannoyingtoonersquosears*Thechildrenwerefightingduringthecartripandtheirargumentsbecameveryjarringtotheirparentsbuzzerndashanelectronicdevicethatmakesalong,continuousbuzzingsound,similartothatofaflyinginsectlikeafly*ManyTVgameshowsuseabuzzerwhenparticipantsansweraquestionincorrectlytodrive(someone)nutsndashtomakesomeoneangry,irritated,orcrazy*PleasestopsingingthatsongoverandoveragainYoursquoredrivingmenuts!wakeupcallndashahotelservicethatcallsguestsatatimetheguestwantstowakethemupinthemorning*Hemissedhisflightbecausethehotelforgottogivehimawakeupcallearlyriserndashapersonwhoenjoyswakingupearlyinthemorning*BecauseSamuelisanearlyriser,heusuallymakesbreakfastforhiswifesothatshecansleepalittlelatertooversleepndashtosleeptoolatetosleeppastthetimethatoneissupposedto*SashaoversleptandmissedherbiologyexamDoyouthinkherprofessorwilllethertakeitanotherdaytosleepinndashtosleeplaterthanusual*TeenagerslovetosleepinonweekendsSometimestheydonrsquotwakeupuntilnoon!wwweslpodcomEnglishasaSecondLanguagePodcastADayintheLifeofJeffEpisodendashGettingUpThesematerialsarecopyrightedbytheCenterforEducationalDevelopment()PostingofthesematerialsonanotherwebsiteordistributingtheminanywayisprohibitedCOMPLETETRANSCRIPTESLPodcompresentsADayintheLifeofJeff,aspecialepisodecoursetoteachyoueverydayvocabularyinEnglishThisisDrJeffMcQuillan,fromtheCenterforEducationalDevelopmentinbeautifulLosAngeles,California,andI#llbethehostforthisseriesInthiscourse,you#lllearnthevocabularyforeverydayactions,fromgettingupinthemorningtogoingtobedatnightandeverythinginbetweenEachlessonhasthreeparts:first,astoryreadslowlysecond,anexplanationofthestoryandthevocabularyweuseandthird,thestoryreadatanormalspeedAreyoureadyLet#sbeginwithlessonone:ldquoGettingUprdquoStartofstoryTheworstpartofthedayformeisdefinitelywhenIhavetogetupWakingup,thatIcanhandleButgettingupThat,IhateThecoversIhaveonmybedareheavy,mostlybecauseIhaveacomforteraswellasalightblanketIsleepwithtwopillows,whichforsomereasonhavedifferentcolorpillowcasesWell,atleastthesheetsmatchIsometimeswakeupbeforethealarmgoesoffIliketokeepthealarmatalowvolume,withsomeclassicalmusic,nothingtoojarringMyoldroommateusedtoliketheterriblebuzzerthatyoufindonmostalarmclocksnowadays,whichalwaysusedtodrivemenutsAsIwassaying,Isometimeswakeupbeforethealarm,usuallybecauseofsomenoiseoutsidethehousemdashacardoorslamming,analarmgoingoff,gunfiremdashwell,okay,notgunfire,butman,ismyneighborhoodnoisy!Ofcourse,whenIrsquomstayinginahotel,itrsquosusuallyeasiertojustgetawakeupcallfromthehotelthansetthealarmIrsquomnotreallyanearlyriser,soIdonrsquotjumpoutofbedreadytotakeontheworldIgetupveryslowly,usuallyonefootontheflooratatimeEveryonceinawhileIrsquolloversleep,butnottoooftenIreallylovetheweekends,whenIcansleepinEndofstoryOurstorybeginsbymedescribinghowmuchIdonotlikegettingupTogetupmeanstogetoutofyourbed,tostandupafteryouhavebeenlyingdownonabedIsaythat,ldquoTheworstpartofmydayiswhenIhavetogetupWakingup,thatIcanhandlerdquoTowakeup,ldquowakeup,rdquo(twowords)meansthatyouarewwweslpodcomEnglishasaSecondLanguagePodcastADayintheLifeofJeffEpisodendashGettingUpThesematerialsarecopyrightedbytheCenterforEducationalDevelopment()PostingofthesematerialsonanotherwebsiteordistributingtheminanywayisprohibitedsleepingandyoustopsleepingandnowyouareawakeTheverbistowakeupSo,youcanwakeupwhileyouareinbed,andthen,yougetupmdashyoustandupafterlyingdownIsaidthatldquowakinguprdquoissomethingldquothatIcanhandlerdquoTohandle,ldquohandle,rdquoheremeanstobeabletocontrolmdashsomethingthatIcanmanagemdashsomethingthatIcanacceptit#snotaproblemAnotherexpressionwouldbesomethingIcandealwithTodeal,ldquodeal,rdquowithsomethingisthesame,inthiscase,astobeabletohandlesomethingIsaythatldquogettinguprdquoissomethingthatldquoIhateThecoversIhaveonmybedareheavyrdquoThecovers,ldquocovers,rdquoarethethingsthatyouputoveryoutokeepyouwarmUsually,thecoversincludeablanket,sometimesacomforterandusually,whatwewouldcallthetopsheetorflatsheetAcomforter,ldquocomforter,rdquoisaverythickblanketmdashaveryheavyblanketAblanket,ldquoblanket,rdquoissomethingthatyouputoveryouwhenyouaresleepingtokeepyouwarmBlanketisageneraltermacomforterisakindofblanketmdashaheavyblanketTheoppositeofacomforterwouldbealightblanketAlight,ldquolight,rdquoblanketwouldbetheopposite,andthatisablanketthatwillkeepyouwarm,butifitgetsverycold,itmightnotkeepyouwarmmdashitmightnotbesufficientSo,wehaveacomforterandwehavealightblanketUsually,thereisatopsheet,ldquosheet,rdquothatyouputoveryouinbetweenyourbodyandtheblankets,andthistopsheetissometimescalledaflatsheetThesheetthatgoesonthebeditselfmdashthatgoesontothecornersofthebedmdashthat#scalledafittedsheet,afitted,ldquofitted,rdquosheetSo,wehaveafittedsheetonthebedthatyousleepontopof,thenwehaveatopsheetandthenablanket,sometimes,ifit#sverycold,acomforteraswellIsayinthestorythatldquoIsleepwithtwopillowsrdquoApillow,ldquopillow,rdquoiswhatyouputyourheadonwhenyousleepNow,ldquoforsomereason,rdquoIsayIldquohavedifferentcoloredpillowcasesrdquoThisistrue,actuallyIhaveablackpillowcaseandabluepillowcaseformytwopillowsIthinkthereasonisIamtoolazytogoandbuyanewpillowcaseWell,thepillowcase,ldquopillowcase,rdquo(oneword)isthethingthatyouputoverthepillowsothepillowdoesn#tgetdirtywecallthatthepillowcaseIsay,ldquoWell,atleastthesheetsmatchrdquoWealreadyknowwhatasheetisWhenwesaythesheetsmatch,ldquomatch,rdquowemeanthattheyarethesamecolorortwocolorsthatwwweslpodcomEnglishasaSecondLanguagePodcastADayintheLifeofJeffEpisodendashGettingUpThesematerialsarecopyrightedbytheCenterforEducationalDevelopment()PostingofthesematerialsonanotherwebsiteordistributingtheminanywayisprohibitedlookgoodtogetherWeusethatverb,tomatch,whenwearetalkingaboutclothingaswell,oranythingwhereyouhavetwocolorsldquoIsometimeswakeupbeforethealarmgoesoffrdquoWhenwesaythealarmgoesoff,wemeanthatthealarmstartstomakeasoundYouralarm,ldquoalarm,rdquoisamachinethatmakesnoiseatacertaintimeusuallyithasaclockWell,ldquoIsometimeswakeupbeforemyalarmrdquomakesnoisemdashmyalarmgoesoffldquoIliketokeepthealarmatalowvolume,rdquomeaningnotveryloud,ldquoatalowvolume,withsomeclassicalmusic,nothingtoojarringrdquoWhenwesayasoundisjarring,ldquojarring,rdquowemeanthatitisloudanditcausesyoutojumportobesurprisedIt#ssomethingthatisnotverynicemdashnotverypleasantAjarringnoisewouldbeonethatbothersyou,perhapsbecauseitisveryloudoritisnotaverynicesoundSo,Idon#twantmyalarmtohaveajarringnoise,insteadIplayclassicalmusicNow,ldquoMyoldroommaterdquomdashthepersonIusedtoshareanapartmentwithmdashrdquousedtoliketheterriblebuzzeryoufindonmostalarmclocksrdquoThis,again,istrueIhadaroommatethathadaveryloudandbadsoundingbuzzeritwasaterriblebuzzerThebuzzer,ldquobuzzer,rdquoiswhenthealarmclockdoesn#tplaymusic,butitjustplaysasoundSometimesitislikeabellringingthat#sthebuzzerWell,thisbuzzerldquoalwaysusedtodrivemenutsrdquoTodrivesomeonenuts,ldquonuts,rdquomeanstodrivethemcrazymdashtomakethemcrazymdashtomakethemgocrazyIcontinuethestorybysaying,ldquoAsIwassayingrdquoWeusethatexpression,asIwassaying,whenwearetalkingaboutonethingthenwestarttalkingaboutasecondthing,andnowwewanttogobackandtalkaboutthefirstthingagainSo,whenyouinterruptyourselfwhenyouaretalking,andthenyouchangethetopicmdashchangewhatyouaretalkingaboutmdashandthenwanttogobacktoyouroriginaltopic,yousay,ldquoAsIwassayingrdquoldquoAsIwassaying,Isometimeswakeupbeforethealarm,usuallybecauseofsomenoiseoutsidethehouserdquoWhenwesaythereissomenoisemdashsomesoundmdashoutsidethehouseoroutsideofthehousemdashyoucansayeitheronemdashwemeanthatsomeoneismakinganoisethatisveryloudSomeofthosenoisesareldquoacardoorslammingrdquoTheverb,toslam,ldquoslam,rdquomeansthatyouclosethedoorusuallyveryquicklyandyoumakealoudnoiseSomeoneclosestheircardoorveryfast,itwillmakeanoisewecallthatldquoslammingthedoorrdquoMymotheralwaysusedtotellmewhenIwasyoung,ldquoDon#tslamthedoors,rdquomeaningwhenIcomeinandclosethedoor,IshouldcloseitslowlyandquietlyOfcourse,IwasnotagoodboysoIwouldsometimesslamthedoorwwweslpodcomEnglishasaSecondLanguagePodcastADayintheLifeofJeffEpisodendashGettingUpThesematerialsarecopyrightedbytheCenterforEducationalDevelopment()PostingofthesematerialsonanotherwebsiteordistributingtheminanywayisprohibitedAsIwassaying,analarmgoesoff,that#sanothernoisethatcanwakeyouupoutsideandthiswouldbeacaralarmHere,inLosAngeles,everyonehasacaralarm,andsometimesthosealarmsgooffatnightAnothernoiseisgunfiregun,ldquogun,rdquofire,ldquofirerdquoGunfireiswhensomeoneshootsagunanditmakesanoiseThisis,again,LosAngeles,sowesometimeshavegunfirebutofcourse,I#mjokingIsay,ldquowell,okay,notgunfire,rdquomeaningI#mjustkiddingmdashthatisn#tactuallytrue,although,itistruesometimesIthensay,ldquoMan,ismyneighborhoodnoisy!rdquoThatexpression,ldquoman,rdquoisjustawayofexpressingyouremotionwhenyouaresayingsomethingthatyoureallymeanorreallywanttoemphasizeldquoMan,ismyneighborhoodnoisy,rdquothatmeansmyneighborhoodisverynoisyldquoOfcourse,whenI#mstayingatahotel,itrsquosusuallyeasiertojustgetawakeupcallfromthehotelrdquoAwakeupcall,ldquocall,rdquoiswhenthehotelcallsyouonthephonetowakeyouup,soyoudon#thavetosetyourownalarmToset,ldquoset,rdquoanalarmmeanstoturnitonandtoputacertaintimethatyouwanttogetupWell,sometimespeoplehaveproblemswiththeiralarmclocksandso,iftheyareinahotel,theycanaskthehoteltowakethemupwithawakeupcallAttheendofthestoryIsay,ldquoIrsquomnotreallyanearlyriserrdquoAnearly,ldquoearly,rdquoriser,ldquoriser,rdquomeanssomeonewhowakesupandgetsupveryearlyinthemorningYoucouldbeanearlyriseryoucouldbealateriserThewordrisercomesfromtheverbtorise,ldquorise,rdquowhich,inthiscase,meanstogetupWell,ldquoI#mnotreallyanearlyriser,rdquoIsay,ldquosoIdonrsquotjumpoutofbedrdquoTojumpoutofbedmeanstogetoutofbedveryquicklyldquoIdonrsquotjumpoutofbedreadytotakeontheworldrdquoldquoTotakeontheworld,rdquomeansI#mreadyforthedayIt#sanexpressionweusetosaythatIamreadytogooutintotheworldanddomybestldquoI#mnotanearlyriser,Idon#tjumpoutofbedreadytotakeontheworldrdquoInstead,ldquoIgetupveryslowly,usuallyonefootontheflooratatimerdquoSofirst,IgetupandIputonefootonthefloorandthenanotherfootonthefloor,andthenIstandupldquoEveryonceinawhile,rdquoIsay,ldquoIrsquolloversleeprdquoTooversleep,ldquooversleep,rdquo(oneword)meansthatyousleeplaterthanyoushouldForexample,youarewantingtogetupatseveno#clockinthemorningandyousleepuntil:Youdon#trealizethatyouaresleepingtoolatewecallthatoversleepingTooversleepmeansthatyousleeplongerthanyouwantedtoAttheendofthestoryIsay,ldquoIreallylovetheweekends,rdquoFridaysandSaturdays,ldquowhenIcansleepinrdquoTosleepinmeansthatyoudon#tgetupatyournormalwwweslpodcomEnglishasaSecondLanguagePodcastADayintheLifeofJeffEpisodendashGettingUpThesematerialsarecopyrightedbytheCenterforEducationalDevelopment()PostingofthesematerialsonanotherwebsiteordistributingtheminanywayisprohibitedtimeyousleeplongerthanyounormallydoSo,ifyounormallygetupatseven,onSaturdayorSundayifyoudon#twork,youmaysleepinuntilnineamNowlet#slistentothestory,thistimeatanativerateofspeechStartofstoryTheworstpartofthedayformeisdefinitelywhenIhavetogetupWakingup,thatIcanhandleButgettingupThat,IhateThecoversIhaveonmybedareheavy,mostlybecauseIhaveacomforteraswellasalightblanketIsleepwithtwopillows,whichforsomereasonhavedifferentcolorpillowcasesWell,atleastthesheetsmatchIsometimeswakeupbeforethealarmgoesoffIliketokeepthealarmatalowvolume,withsomeclassicalmusic,nothingtoojarringMyoldroommateusedtoliketheterriblebuzzerthatyoufindonmostalarmclocksnowadays,whichalwaysusedtodrivemenutsAsIwassaying,Isometimeswakeupbeforethealarm,usuallybecauseofsomenoiseoutsidethehousemdashacardoorslamming,analarmgoingoff,gunfiremdashwell,okay,notgunfire,butman,ismyneighborhoodnoisy!Ofcourse,whenIrsquomstayinginahotel,itrsquosusuallyeasiertojustgetawakeupcallfromthehotelthansetthealarmIrsquomnotreallyanearlyriser,soIdonrsquotjumpoutofbedreadytotakeontheworldIgetupveryslowly,usuallyonefootontheflooratatimeEveryonceinawhileIrsquolloversleep,butnottoooftenIreallylovetheweekends,whenIcansleepinEndofstoryThatconcludespartoneofldquoADayintheLifeofJeffrdquoInparttwo,we#llbeldquoCleaningUprdquoThiscoursehasbeenaproductionoftheCenterforEducationalDevelopment,inbeautifulLosAngeles,CaliforniaVisitourwebsiteateslpodcomThiscoursewasproducedbyDrJeffMcQuillanandDrLucyTseCopyrightContributorstothisseriesareJeffMcQuillan,LucyTse,andJessicaBrownwwweslpodcomEnglishasaSecondLanguagePodcastADayintheLifeofJeffEpisodendashCleaningUpThesematerialsarecopyrightedbytheCenterforEducationalDevelopment()PostingofthesematerialsonanotherwebsiteordistributingtheminanywayisprohibitedGLOSSARYsinkndashakitchenorbathroomcontainerthatisattachedtothefloorandwall,holdswater,andisusedforwashingdishesorbrushingteeth*WhenLilycamehome,shewasdisappointedtoseethatthesinkwasfullofdirtydishesmedicinecabinetndashasmall,flatcabinetonabathroomwallthatisusedtostoremedicines,toothbrushes,lotions,andotherthings,andhasamirroronfront*Ifyouhaveaheadache,takeanaspirinTherersquoreinthemedicinecabinettoiletndashalargebowlandpipeattachedtothefloorandwallinabathroom,usedtocollectbodywaste*Cleaningthetoiletismyleastfavoritehouseholdchoretub(alsobathtub)ndashalarge,longcontainerthatyoufillwithwaterandthensitintotakeabath*Marsharelaxesbyfillinghertubwithhotwaterandtakingabathwhilelisteningtoclassicalmusicmouthwashndashaliquidthatcleansonersquosmouthandmakesbreathsmellbetter*Aftereatingfoodswithstrongflavorslikegarlicandonion,youshouldusemouthwashbecauseitcoversthesmelltoswish(something)aroundndashtoquicklymovealiquidaroundtheinsideofonersquosmouthwithoutdrinkingit*ThedentistsaidthatIshouldswishmouthwasharoundforatleastsecondseverymorningtogarglendashtomovealiquidintothebackofonersquosthroatwithoutdrinkingit*Harrybelievesthatthebestcureforasorethroatistogarglewarmwaterwithlemonjuiceandsalttospitndashtopushfoodorliquidoutofonersquosmouth*WhenJackwassixyearsold,hehadtroubletakingmedicineHedidnrsquotlikethetasteandwouldspititoutflossndashathreadthatismovedbetweenteethtocleanthem*Atoothbrushcleansthefrontandbackofyourteeth,butonlydentalflosscancleanbetweenteethwwweslpodcomEnglishasaSecondLanguagePodcastADayintheLifeofJeffEpisodendashCleaningUpThesematerialsarecopyrightedbytheCenterforEducationalDevelopment()Postingofthesematerialsonanotherwebsiteordistributingtheminanywayisprohibitedshowercurtainndashalargepieceofplasticorcloththathangsfromtheceilingtothefloorinfrontofabathtuborshowertokeepwaterfromenteringtherestoftheroom*ThismorningUncleKennyforgottoclosetheshowercurtain,sotherewaswateralloverthefloortolatherupndashtocoveroneselfwithsoaporonersquoshairwithshampoo*WeranoutofhotwaterimmediatelyafterIlatheredup,soIhadtowashoffthesoapincoldwater!shampoondashliquidsoapmadeforcleaninghair*Peoplewithlonghairusemoreshampoothanpeoplewithshorthairdotorinseoffndashtousewatertoremovesoapfromsomething*Kellyrsquossoncriedwhensherinsedhimoffbecausesheaccidentallygotsoapinhiseyestoshavendashtoremovehairfromthebodybyusingarazorthatcutsthehairneartheskin*IntheUnitedStates,manywomenshavetheirlegstomakethemlooksmootherelectricrazorndashanelectronicdeviceforshaving*WhenIwasachild,Ialwayswokeuptothesoundofmyfatherusinganelectricrazortoshavehisfacehandrazorndashaplasticormetaltoolforshaving,heldinonersquoshand*Whenhestartedshaving,heoftenhascutsonhischinbecausehedidnrsquotknowhowtouseahandrazorshavingcreamndashacream,foam,orlotionthatisputontheskinbeforeshaving*IfIshavewithoutshavingcream,myskinbecomesredanditchydisposablebladesndashtheflat,sharppieceofmetalinahandrazorthatcutsthehairandcanbethrownoutandreplaced*DisposablebladesaremoreexpensivethantraditionalbladesbuttheyneverneedtoberesharpenedwwweslpodcomEnglishasaSecondLanguagePodcastADayintheLifeofJeffEpisodendashCleaningUpThesematerialsarecopyrightedbytheCenterforEducationalDevelopment()PostingofthesematerialsonanotherwebsiteordistributingtheminanywayisprohibitedCOMPLETETRANSCRIPTWelcometoESLPodcom#sldquoDayintheLifeofJeffrdquoI#myourhost,DrJeffMcQuillan,fromtheCenterforEducationalDevelopmentInthefirstepisodeofldquoADayintheLifeofJeff,rdquoItalkedabouthowIgetupeverymorningInparttwo,we#regoingtotalkaboutldquoCleaningUp,rdquowhatyoudointhemorningtogetreadytoeatandgotoworkLet#sgetstartedStartofstoryIgointomybathroomsometimearound:amMysinkandmedicinecabinetareontheleftwhenyouentermybathroomThetoiletisnexttothat,withthetubinfrontAnyway,Iturnonthelights,andtrytofindthemouthwashinthemedicinecabinetIpourasmallamountintoacup,swishitaroundforseconds,gargle,andspitNotpleasant,butnecessaryThenIgetouttheflossWhenIrsquomdoneflossing,IpulloutthetoothbrushandthetoothpasteIbrushandthenitrsquosofftotheshowerIpulltheshowercurtainaside,stepintothetub,andpullthecurtainbackIturnonboththehotandthecoldwater,lookingfortheperfecttemperatureIlatherupwithsoap,putsomeshampooinmyhair,thenrinseanddryoffNowitrsquosshavingtimeIusedtoownanelectricrazor,butIfounditdidnrsquotshavecloseenoughSonowIrsquombacktotheoldhandrazorIlatherupwithshavingcream,andIstarttoshaveIrinsetherazorandthrowthedisposablebladesinthetrashItrsquosabout:AM,andIrsquomontobreakfastEndofstoryInthisepisode,weareldquoCleaningUp,rdquoormakingourselvescleanldquoIgointomybathroom,rdquoIbeginthestory,ldquosometimearound:amrdquoNoticethatwesayam,butyoucouldalsosay,ldquointhemorningrd

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