A: Whoa, whoa, what’s going on? Watch out!
B: Hey, watch where you’re going!
A: Oh, no! I’m so sorry! Are you all right?
B: Oh...I don’t know.
A: I feel terrible, I really didn’t mean to knock you over. My tire, just exploded, and I lost control of my bike. Really, it was an accident. Please accept my apologies.
B: Just let me try to stand up.
SONG: Why do birds suddenly appear, every time you are near?
A: Are you okay?
B: Oh, wait a second, you seem really familiar, I think I know you from somewhere.
A: Yeah, I think we have met somewhere before. That’s right! We met at Aaron’s place last weekend! What a coincidence! But anyway,
I’m glad to see that you’re not too badly hurt, and I should probably get going. I have a nine o’clock meeting.
B: Ouch! My ankle! I think it’s broken! You can’t just leave me like this! Are you calling an ambulance?
A: Nope, I’m canceling my appointment so that I can stay here with you.
SONG: Do you remember when we met? That’s the day I knew you were my pet. I wanna tell you how much I love you.
feel terrible - phrase - sorry
mean - principle verb, present simple - intend, plan
explode - principle verb, past simple - suddenly break apart
accident - common noun, singular - an event that is not planed or intended
familiar - Adjective - probably known, but not clearly remembered
place - common noun, singular - house
coincidence - common noun, singular - situation when two or more things happen at the same time in an unplanned way
knock over - principle verb, infinitive - make something fall over
regret - principle verb, present simple - feel sad or sorry about something
apologetic - Adjective - feeling or showing regret, showing an apology
feel guilty - phrase - feel responsible for doing something bad
unfamiliar - Adjective - not familiar
love at first sight - phrase - falling in love the first time you see someone