Listening 3 : A Potluck Party

Gap-fill exercise

Fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers. Use the "Hint" button to get a free letter if an answer is giving you trouble. You can also click on the "[?]" button to get a clue. Note that you will lose points if you ask for hints or clues!

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Fill in the blanks using appropriate articles.

Tukta and Tum are planning to have a potluck party at home this weekend. They need to prepare some foods and drinks for their friends. They are discussing what they have and what they need to buy.

Tum: What kind of food should we prepare for the party?
Tukta: How about papaya salad, barbecued pork, and steamed sticky rice?
Tum: That's a good idea. By the way, have we got tomatoes, green beans or
green papaya?
Tukta: I'm not sure. Let's have a look in the fridge. Oh! Yeah. We've got
tomatoes and green papaya, but we haven't got green beans and chilies.
Tum: What about dried shrimps and peanuts?
Tukta: There are only left from last time. Probably not enough.
Tum: OK we need to buy dried shrimps, peanuts, green beans and chilies.
Do we need anything else?
Tukta: I think we should order barbecued pork because people like it.
Tum: But I don't think we need sticky rice because Nok'll bring some fried rice.
Tukta: fruit? Have we got enough fruit?
Tum: We've got oranges. I think there's enough.
Tukta: Oh! Did you finish the pineapple juice? Is there left?
Tum: There is left. We need more.
Tukta: Is that all?
Tum: Don't forget to buy chips for the children too.
Tukta: I think so.