[Intermediate Course]
Click on the title of each lesson below to see the lesson description and what you will learn.
Sweet Green 1: Man & Mandy F r e e
Sweet Green 2: On the Way to Thailand
Sweet Green 3: Eating Out
Sweet Green 4: In a Taxi
Sweet Green 5: I Love Your Dress!
Sweet Green 6: Indebted
Sweet Green 7: Buying Papaya Salad
Sweet Green 8: A Sudden Change
Sweet Green 9: Dad’s Permission
Sweet Green 10: Looking for Big Flip-Flops
Sweet Green 11: I’m Busy F r e e
Sweet Green 12: Let’s Go Have Dinner
Sweet Green 13: A Long Walk to an ATM
Sweet Green 14: The Unique Presents
Sweet Green 15: Buying a Movie Ticket
Sweet Green 16: The Perfect Shot
Sweet Green 17: My Car Got Stolen!
Sweet Green 18: The Hotel’s Special Deal
Sweet Green 19: A Mysterious Phone Call
Sweet Green 20: The Songkran Festival
Sweet Green 21: The Biggest Fan
Sweet Green 22: The Pronunciation Mistake
Sweet Green 23: You Shouldn’t Go to Disney Now
Sweet Green 24: The Real Reason
Sweet Green 25: Cut & Curl 2140
Sweet Green 26: Yes to the Sea, No to the Sun
Sweet Green 27: My Alcoholic Wife Gives Me Headaches!
Sweet Green 28: Who Takes the Trash Out
Sweet Green 29: You Can Have My Seat
Sweet Green 30: Are You Interested in Me?
Sweet Green 31: Horribly Healthy
Sweet Green 32: At the Post Office
Sweet Green 33: Can You Be My Boyfriend?
Sweet Green 34: The Bedtime Story
Sweet Green 35: The Perfect Condo


 

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Sweet Green 1: Man & Mandy
[duration: 31:40]
Storyline: A Thai guy tried to get to know an English girl who didn’t speak much Thai. Let’s find out if he could get his messages through.

Examples of new vocabulary: To understand, country, telephone, again, already, to speak, to have to, Thai language.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to greet someone.
How to introduce yourself.
How to explain the meanings of words.
How to say “excuse me” and “I’m sorry.”
How to ask someone’s name, nationality, phone number, etc.


Sweet Green 2: On the Way to Thailand
[duration: 39:54]
Storyline: A Thai guy met a Japanese girl on an airplane and asked about her experiences with Thailand and Thai culture. Let’s find out what he asked her!

Examples of new vocabulary: To study, also, interesting, about to do, the most, delicious, the first time, for a long time.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to express what you are doing.
How to express that you like something.
How to ask different types of questions.
How to express that you want to do something.
How to say that you have or have never done something.


Sweet Green 3: Eating Out
[duration: 39:58]
Storyline: A couple went out to have dinner at a restaurant but had to face something unexpected. Let’s see what happened, and what they decided to do.

Examples of new vocabulary: Waiter, clean, everything, last time, to order, besides, rice, drinks, to eat, if so, seems like.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to illustrate contrast.
How to compliment someone.
How to ask for recommendations.
How to order food at a restaurant.
How to express your final decision.


Sweet Green 4: In a Taxi
[duration: 38:23]
Storyline: A spoiled self-centered girl was taking a taxi to a department store. Let’s see if she managed to arrive there.

Examples of new vocabulary: To call, why, calm down, to drive, almost, oops!, wrong, to turn, right here, another, expensive, to give change, really, ahead.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to tell directions.
How to negotiate a price.
How to order someone to do something.
How to tell a taxi driver where you’re going.
How to ask someone to do something quickly or slowly.


Sweet Green 5: I Love Your Dress!
[duration: 30:20]
Storyline: A girl was chilling at the bar and got hit on by a hot guy. Let’s find out if he could get her interested in him.

Examples of new vocabulary:
Boyfriend, restroom, bag, beautiful, to give, to ask, kind, not very, customer, especially, what time, to excuse oneself.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to approach someone.
How to make a compliment someone.
How to say someone did something for you.
How to say something resembles something else.
How to ask someone the same question they just asked you.


Sweet Green 6: Indebted
[duration: 36:32]
Storyline: A girl was asking a friend to lend her some money. Her friend felt bad for her once she knew about her financial situation. But was she willing to help?

Examples of new vocabulary: To borrow, to owe money, toaster, urgently, broke, to try to do something, instead, poor you, cruel, to hurry, someone else, to pay.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to ask to borrow something.
How to say what you will use something for.
How to say that you have just done something.
How to specify the person that you are referring to.


Sweet Green 7: Buying Papaya Salad
[duration: 35:49]
Storyline: A little boy dropped by a street food stall near his home to buy some papaya salad to go. Let’s see if he liked the food.

Examples of new vocabulary: Seller, price, the same amount, to charge, to add, each, how much, to wait, bottle, cash, around here, to answer the phone.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to order food to go.
How to ask price per unit.
How to say you no longer want something.
How to say what you’re going to do soon or right away.


Sweet Green 8: A Sudden Change
[duration: 33:54]
Storyline: A little sister tried to convince her brother that she was free, despite her upcoming exams and homework. Did he believe her and take her out?

Examples of new vocabulary: Weekend, to be in time, certainly, actually, to go out, to be good at, lazy, to explain, only one, to type, on second thought, enough.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to make suggestions.
How to say it’s OK to do something.
How to say what someone tends to do.
How to ask whether someone is sure of something.
How to ask the same question about a different thing.


Sweet Green 9: Dad’s Permission!
[duration: 38:58]
Storyline: Gunjaesol asked her dad for permission to go on a trip but her dad kept changing his mind about it. Why? And did he let her go in the end? Let’s find out!

Examples of new vocabulary: To go on a trip, to allow, abroad, to climb, to decide, instead, to lie, to be worth, when, tonight, do not!, to pick up someone.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to ask for permission.
How to say what you plan to do.
How to refuse to give permission.
How to beg someone for something.
How to tell someone to wait and listen.
How to say something is not worth doing.


Sweet Green 10: Looking for Big Flip-Flops
[duration: 42:55]
Storyline: An old lady walked into a shoe store, looking for a pair of flip-flops, but it was not so easy. She made a poor clerk answer her endless questions. Could she find what she wanted in the end?

Examples of new vocabulary: Flip-flop, the most, type, gaudy, to wear, comfortable, plant, to match, skin, in case, still, in the future, probably, every, to try.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to state reasons.
How to ask for different sizes.
How to offer an alternative option.
How to correct a misunderstanding.
How to ask for items you’re looking for.
How to say where something is located.

Sweet Green 11: I’m Busy
[duration: 41:41]
Storyline: Thanwa’s mother asked him to look for a pen for her. He begged his little sister to do it instead, but she told him no repeatedly. Let’s find out if his mother got her pen in the end.

Examples of new vocabulary: To get, to look for, to play, fun, so-so, something else, to finish, next to, to forget, to return, difficult, important, to hide, to love, the world.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to refuse a request.
How to ask a favor of someone.
How to tell someone to do something himself.
How to ask if someone has finished doing something.
How to say you’re in the middle of doing something.


Sweet Green 12: Let’s Go Have Dinner
[duration: 41:15]
Storyline: Daysha asked his colleague, Natsha, out to dinner, but it seemed like she did not have any day available to go out. Let’s find out if they got to go have dinner together in the end.

Examples of new vocabulary: Tomorrow, dentist, in a row, hardly, family, by then, to recover, to start, alone, to take a walk, mall, sport.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to refuse invitations.
How to ask someone out for dinner.
How to ask when someone is available.
How to ask what someone usually does.
How to ask if you can join someone to do something.


Sweet Green 13: A Long Walk to an ATM
[duration: 39:25]
Storyline: Chatri asked a stranger for directions to an ATM. Unfortunately, the closest one was still quite a walk away. He tried to figure out a different way to get there. Did he find one?

Examples of new vocabulary: Neighborhood, ATM, to withdraw, train, station, close, to stop, city bus, bridge, to turn, left, right, straight ahead, there it is!

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to offer to do something.
How to ask for and give directions.
How to ask about what you’re looking for.
How to say anyone/ anything/ anywhere.
How to talk about means of transportation.


Sweet Green 14: The Unique Presents
[duration: 45:01]
Storyline: Lookpla and Pinto were heading to their friend’s birthday party with presents in their hands. The girls got curious about what was inside the boxes and asked each other for clues. Could they figure it out?

Examples of new vocabulary: Present, inside, to compare, to give hints, box, to answer, cat, to swim, 3D, pillow, map, to joke, birthday, boring.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to give hints or clues.
How to order someone to do something.
How to ask someone if he wants A or B.
How to state the reason why you did something.
How to say how something is, compared to something else.


Sweet Green 15: Buying a Movie Ticket
[duration: 41:51]
Storyline: Anaycha came to the movies to see “The Dogcula.” Unfortunately, the showtimes of the movie were not ideal for him. Could he find something else interesting to watch?

Examples of new vocabulary: Showtime, board, movie, ghost, night, senior, wife, ID, commercial, to end, seat, screen, spectator, to exhange, ticket.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to buy movie tickets
How to ask about movie showtimes.
How to ask if you can do something.
How to ask what someone decides on.
How to tell someone to go ahead and do something.


Sweet Green 16: The Perfect Shot
[duration: 37:47]
Storyline: Theater wanted a photo taken at the temple he was visiting, but he was by himself, so he asked a stranger to take it for him. The only problem was that he wanted “a perfect shot.” Was he satisfied with the photo she took for him?

Examples of new vocabulary: To take a picture, temple, tall, to press, button, to be ready, roof, right-hand side, hold on!, to squat, to stand, to block, sunlight, cap.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to ask someone to wait.
How to ask someone for a favor.
How to use a passive voice structure.
How to comment on how something looks.
How to say you have someone to do something.
How to say that you’re going to do something before you do something else.


Sweet Green 17: My Car Got Stolen!
[duration: 40:25]
Storyline: Lookyee parked her car and rushed off to ran an errand. When she got back, the car was gone, so she walked to a police station in order to file a theft report. Who could the thief have been?

Examples of new vocabulary: Police officer, to steal, to park, to run an errand, to disappear, bookstore, to recognize, away from, to find, correct, at least, to move.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to describe a location.
How to tell a story in sequence.
How to ask if something is correct.
How to say what you know/ do not know.
How to ask whether someone got to do something.
How to ask whether someone remembers something.


Sweet Green 18: The Hotel’s Special Deal
[duration: 41:09]
Storyline: As Methi was trying to reserve a hotel room for two, the hotel clerk recommended him the hotel’s current special promotion. However, he refused it immediately. Find out what he didn’t like about the deal.

Examples of new vocabulary: Reserve, special, guest, couple, bed, bathtub, petal, rose, floor, nighttime, on top of that, wall, glass, to prepare, swimming trunks.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to refuse someone’s offer.
How to make a hotel reservation.
How to ask for the final decision.
How to ask for the cheapest option.
How to ask someone for his opinion.
How to ask if someone has already done something.


Sweet Green 19: A Mysterious Phone Call
[duration: 41:25]
Storyline: Saimai received a phone call from a mysterious woman asking to speak to her husband. Who could it have been?

Examples of new vocabulary: Message, cellphone, to run out, husband, doctor, secret, patient, shorts, pattern, sock, flower, result.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to ask someone to wait.
How to ask questions politely.
How to ask to speak to someone.
How to describe someone’s clothing.
How to ask if someone wants something.
How to say you will call someone back.
How to carry on a conversation on the phone.


Sweet Green 20: The Songkran Festival
[duration: 40:20]
Storyline: Khun-Ming introduced the Thai New Year Festival to her Western friend “Daniel,” who had just been in Thailand for a few months. Let’s see what Daniel thinks of the tradition.

Examples of new vocabulary: Happy New Year, to splash water, tradition, to be soaked, Summer, degree, purpose, custom, festival.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to explain a tradition.
How to ask hypothetical questions.
How to tell someone to take a look.
How to ask whether you can do something.
How to ask someone to do something again.
How to ask how someone knows something.
How to say you remember something generally.


Sweet Green 21: The Biggest Fan
[duration: 43:12]
Storyline: May-Ya just heard from her friend about the Backstreet Boys’ upcoming performance in Thailand. Find out how big a fan she is and how excited she is to go see them in the concert.

Examples of new vocabulary: News, channel, entertainment, useless, favorite, front row, song, famous, to follow, lyrics, stage.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to ask someone to sing to you.
How to say that you can’t handle something.
How to state your purpose for doing something.
How to inform someone about some news you heard.
How to ask if someone did something at a certain time.
How to say that you haven’t been doing something lately.


Sweet Green 22: The Pronunciation Mistake
[duration: 39:52]
Storyline: Thanate’s girlfriend was giving him the cold shoulder and he didn’t know why. So he consulted his American friend and found out that he’d made an English mistake by telling his girlfriend he “loved bitches.” What did he plan to do to make up with his girlfriend?

Examples of new vocabulary: Since then, to sulk, to sound, the word…, to pronounce, vowel, to spell, that’s why!, to be reasonable, slang.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to correct someone’s mistake.
How to explain the meaning of some word.
How to ask the difference between two things.
How to ask someone how to pronounce or spell some word.
How to express that you finally understand why something happened.
How to ask someone how to express something in a different language.


Sweet Green 23: You Shouldn’t Go to Disney Now
[duration: 37:11]
Storyline: Raywat went to a tour agency to ask for cheap packages to visit Disneyland with his girlfriend. First, they recommended he not go on a tour, then later the tour agent suggested they not go at all. What could have been the problem?

Examples of new vocabulary: To inquire, theme park, branch, in that area, to give discounts, airplane ticket, accommodation, combined, less than, interest, amusement ride, to avoid.

Examples of what you’ll learn:

How to ask for confirmation.
How to give recommendations.
How to suggest another option.
How to say what you’re unsure of.
How to inquire about tour packages.
How to ask if something is available.
How to say what you’re thinking of doing.


Sweet Green 24: The Real Reason
[duration: 41:24]
Storyline: Ranida went to a bank to open a bank account and get an ATM card. She was OK with all the fees she had to pay but one thing bothered her. What was it? Did she go to a different bank in the end?

Examples of new vocabulary: Account, to sign, fee, minimum, cost, to issue, annual, deposit, bank, short, to transfer, coin, banknote.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to state what the total amount is.
How to ask if someone knows something.
How to ask if there is a different option.
How to state what something is supposed to be.
How to ask if there is any cost to do something.
How to tell someone he doesn’t need to do something.


Sweet Green 25: Cut & Curl 2140
[duration: 42:11]
Storyline: A married couple walked into a hair salon and requested a haircut and a perm. After three hours had passed, the hairdresser finished the wife’s hair. Let’s find out if it came out the way she requested. And how about the husband’s?

Examples of new vocabulary: To get a haircut, to get a perm, to feel itchy, wash hair, wave, curly, length, bangs, to dye hair, half price.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to request a hairstyle.
How to ask who’s going for something first.
How to say some condition is not sufficient.
How to prompt someone to answer your question.
How to state that something is good the way it is.
How to say that something is already in some state.
How to ask someone how long he hasn’t done something.


Sweet Green 26: Yes to the Sea, No to the Sun
[duration: 40:43]
Storyline: Lyla found out that Pat just went on a vacation to the beach and she wanted to go too, so Pat invited her to go with him on another trip. But Lyla doesn’t like the sun nor the sand. What did they decide to do?

Examples of new vocabulary: To vacation, ocean, to sunbathe, stuff like that, activity, sunblock, beach, to dive, sand, to be dangerous.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to offer a suggestion.
How to ask someone to list what he did.
How to make remarks on what you noticed.
How to describe what type of person you are.>
How to say you want to do something like other people.
How to say you’re OK with something given some condition.
How to suggest an option you think is better for someone.


Sweet Green 27: My Alcoholic Wife Gives Me Headaches!
[duration: 42:01]
Storyline: A police officer came to a drug store and asked for headache pills. The pharmacist found out that he had been having headaches due to his wife’s addiction to alcohol and really empathized with him. After he had left, another customer came in and the pharmacist realized the policeman wasn’t that pitiful after all.

Examples of new vocabulary: Medicine, headache, alcohol, to be drunk, to ache, how often, symptom, sleeping pill, hang in there!, bruise.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to say you cause something to happen.
How to give a suggestion to solve a problem.
How to tell someone that something won’t happen.
How to ask if some store has something for sale.
How to ask about someone’s current state or habit.
How to ask for recommendations that fit some condition.
How to say what happens every time something else happens.


Sweet Green 28: Who Takes the Trash Out
[duration: 44:03]
Storyline: Cake asked her husband to take the trash out but he acted unwilling to do so. After arguing for a while, the couple came up with the idea that they should swap responsibilities for house chores. Find out how things went after that.

Examples of new vocabulary: To cook, from now on, to be healthy, sugar, fattening, to bake, to deep-fry, vegetable, fruit, to be complicated.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to state conditions.
How to ask someone to give you an example.
How to say what something doesn’t require.
How to suggest ideas and ask for agreement.
How to express that you can come up with some idea.
How to express that something turned out to be the way you expected it.


Sweet Green 29: You Can Have My Seat
[duration: 35:10]
Storyline: Porsche and her boyfriend, Nawin, were riding a bus. She repeatedly suggested that he give his seat to people who needed it. Despite his unwillingness, one person got his seat. Who was it?

Examples of new vocabulary: So what?, gray hair, seat, to hold, handrail, cloth, baby, to be pregnant, to empathize with, to be strong.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to say that something almost happened.
How to show that you are indifferent to something.
How to suggest indirectly that someone do something.
How to express that you’re relieved something happened.
How to respond that there’s no reason for you to do something.


Sweet Green 30: Are You Interested in Me?
[duration: 40:26]
Storyline: A guy approached Luuk-Peach while she was working out at the gym. Despite his obvious foul-mouthed character, Luuk-Peach suspected that he might be interested in her. Was he? She asked him frankly at the end of their conversation. Find out what he replied.

Examples of new vocabulary: To work hard, photo shoot, to get in shape, to spy on, to be embarrassed, treadmill, media, indication, to burn.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to deny that you are something.
How to suggest that someone do something.
How to say that you had no idea about something.
How to say that there’s no sign of something happening.
How to say that you would have done the same thing given some situation.


Sweet Green 31: Horribly Healthy
[duration: 42:18]
Storyline: Tinh did grocery shopping with his girlfriend for the first time and got surprised at how picky she was when it came to choosing what food to buy. But this experience made him realize one important thing. What was it?

Examples of new vocabulary: Flavor, fat, sugar, fiber, thoroughly, to pay, refrigerator, health, tomato, energy, pineapple, honey, syrup.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to tell someone that it’s his or her choice.
How to say that you have just realized something.
How to tell someone that you’ll do something yourself.
How to express that you realized why something happened.
How to tell someone to be careful not to become some way.


Sweet Green 32: At the Post Office
[duration: 44:13]
Storyline: Gaanpluu and an old lady arrived at the post office at the same time. The old lady let the clerk help her first as she saw that she was carrying a heavy load. But she took much longer than she had expected. What did the old lady do?

Examples of new vocabulary: Heavy, letter, light, package, ship, air, to emigrate, to negotiate a price, textbook, the rest.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to state who is going to pay.
How to suggest an option for someone.
How to ask who’s going for something first.
How to exclaim that you’ve thought of an idea.
How to say that something would have been done by the time something else happens.


Sweet Green 33: Can You Be My Boyfriend?
[duration: 38:54]
Storyline: Ma-Meaw asked her crush out for dinner and told him how she felt about him. But after they learned more about each other on the date, she started to lose her romantic feelings for him, and he felt even more indifferent to her romantically. Why?

Examples of new vocabulary: To have a crush on, to ask out, to refuse, to date, to be tricked, to be willing, to be fair, to contact.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to ask someone to date you.
How to ask how someone knew something.
How to express what you’re glad about.
How to say that you’re the first person to do something.
How to say that something has nothing to do with something else.
How to say that you’ve never asked anyone to do something.


Sweet Green 34: The Bedtime Story
[duration: 47:58]
Storyline: A father was reading a story tale to his small daughter, Yogurt, before her bedtime. The little girl interrupted him many times before he finished it. Was the story that complicated? Did she have fun with it? What about him?

Examples of new vocabulary: Story tale, so that means.., to mean well, parenthesis, to punish, princess, to be happy.

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to tell a story.
How to say someone causes something.
How to say what you were about to do.
How to ask how someone knows something.
How to exclaim what you think of something.
How to ask in what way someone demonstrates some characteristic.


Sweet Green 35: The Perfect Condo
[duration: 44:14]
Storyline: A real estate agent showed Phupha and Pasita a condominium unit and they were very impressed with it. In fact, it seemed to be the place of their dreams. But after they found out the price, they started to find faults with everything. Could the agent convince them to buy it?

Examples of new vocabulary: Kitchen, curtain, wall, carpet, to be allergic, dust, location, to be cramped, earthquake, flood

Examples of what you’ll learn:
How to show your house to someone.
How to ask what someone really wants.
How to excuse yourself to make a phone call.
How to say what something is appropriate for.
How to correct information you previously misstated.

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