(At Amy's place)
John: Were you home last Sunday?
Amy: No, I wasn't. I was at my grandparents' new house. It is in the mountains.
John: Was the weather nice that day?
Amy: Yes, it was. Look at these pictures!
John: Hey! There are some frogs in the trees.
Amy: Those are Taipei tree frogs.
John: Tree frogs? Can they climb trees?
Amy: Yes, they can.
John: Wow! There's a nice garden in front of the house.
Amy: Yes. My grandpa and I were there the whole morning.
John: How about Meg? Where was she?
Amy: She was at the pond behind the house.
There were many tadpoles in the pond then.
John: Really? Were they babies of the Taipei tree frogs?
Amy: Yes, they were. Look at this picture.
John: They're so small.
- last [læst] adj.
I was at the night market last night.
- grandparents [ˋgrænd͵pɛrənt] n.
I live with my grandparents.
- frog [frɑg] n.
A: Are there any frogs in the pond?
B: No, there aren't.
- climb [klaɪm] v.
Monkeys can climb trees very well.
were [wɚ] v.
My grandparents were teachers before.
- was [wəz] v.
It was sunny yesterday.
garden [ˋgɑrdn] n.
There are many different kinds of flowers in the garden.
- whole [hol] adj.
He was busy at the ice cream stand the whole afternoon.
- pond [pɑnd] n.
There is a beautiful pond in the park.
- tadpole [ˋtæd͵pol] n.
There are some tadpoles in the pond. They are cute.
- then [ðɛn] adv.
You weren't home at three o'clock. Where were you then?