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Vocabulary Quiz
really into • was thinking • thinking of
 put work into • suppose
  1. They have the house and now it looks fantastic.
  2. I was going to Vegas next month.
  3. When do you he'll call?
  4. He's not baseball, but he loves basketball.
  5. She that it might be a good idea to sell the car.
Comprehension Quiz
Answer the following questions about the interview.

966 Off to Switzerland
Christophe tries to convince Aiste to go to Switzerland.

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Vocabulary notes (text only) explain key vocabulary and phrases from the interview.

not really into


I'm not really into sports.

When we are 'not into' something it means that we are not interested. Notice the following.

  1. I'm really not into golf at all.
  2. My girlfriend loves opera, but I'm really not into it.

so I was thinking


So I was thinking why don't we go together?

We use the phrase 'so I was thinking' when we make a polite suggestion. Here are two samples.

  1. So I was thinking maybe we should take a taxi.
  2. So I was thinking it might be a good idea to study together.

thinking of


I was thinking of seeing a movie on Sunday.

I was thinking of' doing something means to think about future our plans. Notice the samples.

  1. My sister was thinking of studying abroad next year.
  2. I was thinking of downloading these audio notes.

put work into


He put a lot of work his final report.

To 'put a lot of work in' means to work hard on something for a long time. Here are some samples.

  1. Jeff puts a lot of work into furniture business.
  2. Her piano playing is great because she put a lot of work into it.



I suppose that's true.

To 'suppose' means to guess. Notice the sample sentences.

  1. The food was just terrible. I suppose the restaurant will close soon.
  2. I suppose I'll have enough to save lot's of money