On Saturday morning
Amy: What are you doing, Dad?
Dad: I'm watching the video from our security camera.
Dad: I can't ﬁnd my honey pie. It was on the kitchen table last night. Did you eat it?
Amy: No, I didn't.
Dad: Hmm... Let's wait and see.
Amy: Stop! What was Mom doing in the kitchen at half past twelve?
Dad: I knew it! She was eyeing my pie at dinner.
Amy: Take it easy, Dad. Look. Mom was just doing the dishes then.
Dad: All right.
Five minutes later
Dad: Hey, why were you in the kitchen at a quarter after one? You lied!
Amy: Cool down. I was drinking water at that time. See?
Dad: Then who ate my pie?
Amy: Er, Dad. Look at the video. It was you! You ate the pie!
Dad: Oh my! When did it happen? I don't remember it at all.
Amy: At 2 a.m.
Dad: Oh no! I sleepwalked again.
- video [ˋvɪdɪ͵o] n.
Richard is watching music videos on YouTube.
理查正在用 YouTube 看音樂影片。
- security camera [sɪˋkjʊrətɪ ˋkæmərə] n.
There are many security cameras in Cathy's school.
- find [faɪnd] v.
找到；發現（過去式為 found [faʊnd]）
Jack found a watch under the chair.
- honey [ˋhʌnɪ] n.
Did you have breakfast, honey?
- stop [stɑp] v.
After a minute, everyone finally stopped laughing.
- half [hæf] n.
Wendy gave half of her lunch to her friend.
- take it easy [tek ɪt ˋizɪ]
Take it easy. Everything is fine.
- just [dʒʌst] adv.
My brother just ate a big chocolate cake.
- do the dishes [du ðə dɪʃɪs]
Let's do the dishes together after dinner.
- quarter [ˋkwɔrtɚ] n.
I met him at a quarter after ten this morning.
- lie [laɪ] v.
說謊（現在分詞為 lying [ˋlaɪɪŋ]）
Don't you ever tell a lie to me!
- eye [aɪ] v.
Bill can't stop eyeing the girl in his class.
- all right [ɔl raɪt]
A: Come here, Tom.
B: All right.
- cool down [kul daʊn]
Cool down! People are watching.
- not... at all [nɑt æt ɔl]
At age 60, he is still poor and has no money at all.
- sleepwalk [ˋslip͵wɔk] v.
Tim sleepwalked again last night.