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September 23rd, 2016
Episode 458 of 489 episodes
They say a teaspoon of sugar helps the medicine go down, but what about three quarts? Find out how to talk about measurements in English in this episode. Slow dialog: 1:38 Explanations: 2:50 Fast dialog: 17:59 Andre: Three gallons of water. Dana: Check. Andre: A quart of lemon juice. Dana: Got it. Andre: A tablespoon of bleach. Dana: Bleach? Andre: Bleach. A pint of vinegar. Dana: It’s in there. Andre: A cup of baking soda. Dana: Okay. Andre: A teaspoon of liquid detergent. Dana: Done. Andre: A pound of bath salts. Dana: A pound? Andre: A pound. Three tablespoons of chlorine. Dana: Okay. Andre: An ounce of perfume. Dana: Done. Do you really think this is necessary? Andre: Have you smelled your stinky dog?! Script by Dr. Lucy Tse