(At Amy's house)
Ted: What are you doing, Amy?
Amy: I'm surfing the Net.
Ted: Do you do that every day?
Amy: Yes, I use the computer for about three hours every day.
Ted: Three hours? That's a lot of time.
Amy: Come on! Don't you surf the Net?
Ted: Yes, I do. But I do it only on weekends.
Amy: Then what do you do after work?
Ted: I play the guitar for an hour, and then I write.
Amy: Really? What do you write?
Ted: I write short stories.
Amy: I love short stories! Can I read your stories?
Ted: Sure. I have one here-Magic Girl!
泰德：當然。我這有一篇 - 魔力女孩。
- surf the Net
瀏覽網路 (Net = Internet [ˋɪntɚ͵nɛt])
I surf the Net on weekends.
- every day [ˋɛvrɪ de]
I play the guitar every day.
- computer [kəmˋpjutɚ] n.
You can use the computer for only thirty minutes.
- hour [aʊr] n.
We can play basketball for an hour after school.
- a lot of [ə lɑt ɑv]
很多的（= lots of）
There are a lot of comic books under his bed.
- then [ðɛn] adv.
A: Is Bob in the classroom?
B: No, he's not.
A: Then, where is he?
B: I don't know.
- after work [ˋæftɚ wɝk]
They go to guitar class after work on Fridays.
- story [ˋstorɪ] n.
Many people know the story of Harry Potter.
- love [lʌv] v. ; n.
William and his sister love dogs.
- magic [ˋmædʒɪk] adj. ; n.
David can do magic tricks.
- about [əˋbaʊt] prep.
They play computer games for about two hours every week.
- come on [kʌm ɑn]
A: Let's go home.
B: Come on! It's only 7:00.
- have [hæv] v.
I have some story books at home.