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​​The Big Bang Theory English Lesson​


ESL Topic: Competition and Success

File Title: Pictionary

Prepared by: ​SSEcoach (Robbie)          File Code: V12

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Topic Speaking: Competition and Success


1. Are you a competitive person?
2. What are the pros and cons of being competitive?
3.
What are some things people from your country are competitive about? (Ex: sports, education, etc.)
4.
Do you think it is important for students to be competitive with each other to get the best grade?
5. How do you feel if you get a good grade? How about a bad grade?
6. How do you feel if you lose playing a video game/ sports game?
7. What do you think ‘healthy competition’ means?
8. What do you think ‘every man for himself’ means?
9. Do people from your country feel pressure to succeed?
10. What do consider is important for a successful life?

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Title: Pictionary


1. Sheldon: You know, I am very disappointed that I won’t be able to celebrate Howard’s accomplishment tonight.

2. Amy: Me, too. But we’ll see him tomorrow.

3. Sheldon: Yes, it’s just that in all the years I’ve known him, he’s never had the opportunity to receive my admiration. I was excited to see the look on his face when it finally happened.

4. Penny: You’re unbelievable.

5. Sheldon: I know.

6. Leonard: All right, Pictionary. What are the teams?

7. Penny: How about boys versus girls?

8. Sheldon: Oh, that hardly seems fair. But I guess any team that I’m not on has a decided disadvantage.

9. Penny: Once again, unbelievable.

10. Sheldon: Yeah, once again, I know.

11. Penny: All right, round one. Here.

12. Sheldon: Got it.

13. Penny: Okay. Ready, set, go.

14. Amy: Uh, box? Uh, window?

15. Leonard: Batman. Batman and Robin. Uh, Wonder Twins plus the monkey. Wonder Twins plus the monkey and Batman.

16. Amy: Uh, gift? Uh, Present!

17. Penny: Present! Yeah!

18. Sheldon: Oh, Leonard. Now, how can you not get that?

19. Leonard: In what universe is that a present?

20. Sheldon: It’s not a present, it’s the present. Look. There’s you and me. There’s Penny and Amy. We’re playing Pictionary. In the present.

21. Penny: Oh, my God, we’re gonna kill them.

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22. Sheldon: It’s a quark-gluon plasma.

23. Leonard: No.

24. Sheldon: It’s asymptotically free partons inside a quark-gluon plasma.

25. Leonard: Nothing with quarks.

26. Sheldon: It’s an observational rebuttal of the Lambda-CDM model of the universe.

27. Leonard: No.

28. Penny: It’s a chocolate chip cookie.

29. Amy: Yes.

30. Leonard: How could you miss that?

31. Sheldon: Hey, if you want someone to guess chocolate chip cookie, you draw a glass of milk next to it.

32. Leonard: Penny got it.

33. Sheldon: Yeah, only after I eliminated all the obvious answers. You’re welcome.

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34. Leonard: Oh, uh, uh, uh, sausage. Uh, uh, uh, uh, bratwurst? Oh, oh, a hot dog.

35. Amy: Penny, aren’t you gonna draw something?

36. Penny: Relax, we got time, this is so fun.

37. Sheldon: There.

38. Leonard: A solar system. Uh, uh, uh, uh, um, unidentified flying liverwurst? I don’t…

39. Amy: Now?

40. Penny: Soon.

41. Sheldon: Come on, Leonard, I am spoon-feeding this to you.

42. Leonard: I don’t know, uh, Casper the alcoholic ghost?

43. Penny: All right, that’s enough.

44. Amy: Uh, hand. Uh, nail, polish?

45. Penny: Yep!

46. Sheldon: Wait, no, no. No. The word is Polish. See, look. Polish sausage. And the, the model of the solar system developed by Nicolaus Copernicus, a Polish astronomer. And then, finally, if that wasn’t enough, which it should have been, this is Madame Curie killing herself by discovering radium, who, although she was a naturalized French citizen, was Polish by birth.

47. Penny: Excuse me, the word is polish. See? Small P.

48. Sheldon: Ah. So it is. I guess we both share blame on this one.

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