Todd: OK, Norm, we're going to talk about colors.
Todd: OK. What is blue?
Norm: Well, the sky is blue.
Todd: OK. And what is green?
Norm: Green? My green canoe.
Todd: Your green canoe.
Todd: Really! OK. That's cool! What is red?
Norm: A red apple.
Todd: Yeah. What is orange?
Norm: An orange sky.
Todd: An orange sky! That's nice.
Norm: Early morning sky.
Todd: Wow, that's really nice. What is black?
Norm: Black? Black forest for example, you go and the undergrowth.
Todd: OK. Black forest. What is brown?
Norm: Brown earth. Brown pathway in the wilderness.
Todd: Ooh, that's good. That's a really good one. OK. Last one. What is white?
Norm: White snow.
Todd: White snow. Do you like the snow?
Norm: Very much so.
You see the undergrowth.
Undergrowth is the dense growth of plants on the floor of a forest. Notice the following:
- The undergrowth had lots of ferns and grass.
- The undergrowth was soft and wet.
There was a brown pathway.
A pathway is a trail people follow when walking. Notice the following:
- It was hard to see the pathway in the forest at night.
- I love to run on the pathway around the park.
There was a brown pathway in the wilderness.
The wilderness is an area of nature with no human development. Notice the following:
- We went hiking and got lost in the wilderness.
- Animals are much more common in the wilderness that the city.
That's a good one
That's a really good one.
This phrase, that's a good one, shows that the listener likes what was said. Notice the following:
- That's a good one. I like that joke.
- That's a good one. Nice example!
very much so
Very much so!
The phrase, very much so, just means very much. The word 'so' is just used for emphasis. Notice the following:
- Do you like Mexican food?
- Very much so!
good one • much so