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In: Film and Music

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This is transcript of 3 year 9 students talking about favourite films and ballet, these year 9 students are classmates as well as friends
E= Emma L= Lydia F- Flora
E- The guy who plays Aaron Tveit oh my god (.) he is actually so hot I think I’m going to melt

L- wait which ones he
E- enjo- Enjolaras

F- how long have you L- who plays him
E- urr Aaron Tveit thats what im talkin about
L- Wait wait wait who plays im
E- ur(2) i(2) right (.) umm (2) you know right
L- its not Hugh Jackman is it
E- no it Aaron Tveit and all im sayin is that he is so hot so me and katy thinking we should totally fly out to America and go to his next premier but my mummy said i was not allowed to
L+F- (laughter)
E- its not funny hes beautiful you should understand you like musicals
F- how how far are going with your ballet
E- urr i don’t know (3) i don’t know
F- have you learnt most the exercises yet
E- um (.) ive learn i dunno (.) i keep turning (.) i go like that rather than going straight forward like a normal person i start mawashi geriing and thats a karate technique
L- indecipherable

E- indecipherable
F- that Emma
L- yeah thats just Emma
E- yeah do you do ballet or karate or (.) anything
L- God no
F- (laughter)
L- what do you do
L- i (.) don’t do anything
E- surf the web (2) yh
L yh i actually surf
E- (laughter)
F-…...

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