A: Oh, I don’t know if you heard, but someone moved into that old house down the road.
B: Yeah, I know. I met the owner of the house yesterday as he was moving in. His name is Armand.
A: Really? What’s he like? You have to fill me in.
B: Actually, he’s a bit strange. I don’t know... I’ve got a bad feeling about him.
A: Really? Why?
B: Well, yesterday I brought over a housewarming gift, but Armand started acting really weird, and then he practically kicked me out! I tried to, sort of, peek into his house, but everything was so dark inside that I couldn’t really get a good look.
A: Well, you’ll never guess what I saw this morning. A delivery truck pulled into his driveway, and it dropped off a long, rectangular box. It almost looked like a coffin!
B: You see! Why would he...
C: Hello ladies...
B: Ah, Armand! You scared the heck out of me! This is my friend Doris.
C: A pleasure to meet you...If you are not doing anything tonight, I would like to have you both for dinner. I mean...I would like to have you both over for dinner.
I don’t know if you heard - phrase - phrase used to introduce a piece of information
fill me in - phrase - tell me about it
a bad feeling - phrase - a sense or feeling that something bad is going to happen
weird - Adjective - strange, unusual
kick out - principle verb, past simple - make or force someone leave when they don’t want to
creep me out - phrase - make me feel uncomfortable and a bit scared
you’ll never guess - phrase - phrase used to introduce a piece of news
scare the heck out of me - phrase - cause someone to feel a lot of fear
bizarre - Adjective - strange or unusual
creepy - Adjective - strange or scary, causing people to feel nervous and afraid
vampire - common noun, singular - a dead person who drinks the blood of living people
have you heard - phrase - phrase used to introduce a piece of gossip
guess what - phrase - phrase used to introduce an interesting or surprising piece of information