(At Kevin's door)
Patty: Hi, Kevin.
Kevin: Hey, Patty. What's up?
Patty: I'm making a pumpkin pie for a party, but I don't have any eggs. Do you have some eggs?
Kevin: Yes. How many eggs do you need?
Patty: Let me see... I need about twenty.
Kevin: OK. Come on in.
(In the kitchen)
Patty: Kevin, I also need some sugar and flour.
Kevin: How much sugar do you need?
Patty: I need a bag of sugar.
Kevin: How about flour? How much do you want?
Patty: Three bags, please. By the way, do you have a pumpkin?
- pumpkin [ˋpʌmpkɪn] n.
南瓜 We have fried chicken, pizza, and pumpkin pie for the party.
- need [nid] v. ; n.
The boy needs some markers to draw a picture.
- how many [haʊ ˋmɛnɪ]
A: How many students are not in the classroom?
- also [ˋɔlso] adv.
I am also tired. Let's go home.
- sugar [ˋʃʊgɚ] n.
I need some sugar for the milk tea.
- flour [flaʊr] n.
There are two bags of flour in the kitchen.
- want [wɑnt] v.
A: What does Alex want for his birthday?
B: A laptop.
- by the way
By the way, my name is George.