#12 Friends: Poker (Part 3) | ESL Video

#12 Friends: Poker (Part 3)

Quiz by: rmd    

Description: Rachel hears from Saks. It turns out that Ross is a nice guy after all.
Intermediate
1. At the beginning of the video, who is winning?
2. Why is Rachel depressed after the phone call?
3. What does Rachel call Ross?
4. Does Rachel have any money in her purse?
5.) What does Ross say at the end of the video?
6.) At the end of the video, we see that Ross ______________.
Rachel: Boy, you really can't stand to lose, can you? Your whole face is getting red... little veins popping out on your temple...
Ross: First of all, I'm not losing...
Rachel: Oh, you are losing. Definitely losing.
Ross: Let's not talk about losing. Just deal the...
(Phone rings)
Rachel: Hel-lo, Rachel Green.
Ross: Mee mee, mee-mee mee.
Rachel: Excuse me. It's about the job.
Rachel: Barbara! Hi, how are you? Uh-huh. No, I understand. Yeah. Oh, oh, come on, no, I'm fine. Don't be silly. Yeah... oh, but you know, if-if anything else opens up, plea—Hello? Hello?
Monica: Sorry, Rach.
Phoebe: Y'know, there's gonna be lots of other stuff.
Rachel: Yeah....OK. Where were we? Oh, OK... five card draw, uh... jacks or better... nothing wild, everybody ante.
Joey: Look, Rachel, we don't have to do this.
Rachel: Yes, we do.
Monica: Alright, check.
Joey: Check.
Ross: I'm in for fifty cents.
Chandler: Call.
Phoebe: I'm in.
Rachel: I see your fifty cents... and I raise you... five dollars.
Ross: I thought, uh... it was a fifty cent limit.
Rachel: Well, I just lost a job, and I'd like to raise the bet five bucks. Does anybody have a problem with that?
Rachel: Loser?
Ross: No, I fold.
Rachel: What do you mean, you fold? Hey, come on! What is this? I thought that 'once the cards were dealt, I'm not a nice guy.'
Ross: I'm in.
Rachel: How many you want?
Ross: One.
Rachel: Dealer takes two. What do you bet?
Ross: I bet two dollars.
Rachel: OK... see your two... and I raise you twenty.
Ross: I see your twenty, raise you twenty-five.
Rachel: See your twenty-five...and...uh, Monica, get my purse.
Monica: Rachel, there's nothing in it.
Rachel: OK, then get me your purse.
Monica: OK, here you go. Good luck.
Rachel: Thank you. I saw your twenty-five, and I raise you... seven.
Phoebe: ...teen!
Ross: Joey, I'm a little shy.
Joey: That's OK, Ross, you can ask me.
Chandler: What do you need, what do you need?
Ross: Fifteen.
Chandler: Alright, here's ten.
Joey: Here, I got five, I got five.
Ross: Thank you.
Chandler: Good luck.
Ross: OK, I am calling your seventeen. Whaddaya-got?
Rachel: Full house.
Ross: You got me.
Joey: Ahhh, that's alright. Y'know, that's a tough hand to beat.
Chandler: I thought we had them!
Ross: Oh, well, when you don't have the cards, you don't have the cards, you know. But, uh... look how happy she is.
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1.) Do you think Joey did the right thing? Would have done the same thing?

The Friends' Poker Night: A Lesson in Friendship and Luck

Join Rachel, Ross, and the gang in a thrilling poker game that tests their friendship and luck. This ESL video provides an entertaining way to learn about poker vocabulary and the importance of good sportsmanship.

In this video, Rachel loses her job but wins a poker game with her friends. You'll learn key poker terms like 'fold,' 'ante,' and 'raise,' as well as experience the excitement of a friendly game night.

This video is perfect for ESL learners interested in improving their vocabulary related to games and social interactions. It's ideal for classroom activities to practice listening skills and engage in discussions about luck and friendship.
Category

Friends

Grammar

Present Simple

Keywords

poker game

friendship

sportsmanship

game night

Discussion Questions

1.) Do you think Joey did the right thing? Would have done the same thing?

Vocabulary

fold

ante

raise

full house

purse

shy

bet

limit

deal

job