Transcript: What is he doing? What is she doing? What are they doing?


Hi! Katie Adler with our video to go with our phrase: What is he doing? What is she doing? What are they doing?

This week we’re practicing: What is he doing? What is she doing? What are they doing?

Often times I walk around and I see people doing things and I don’t understand until I get a little bit closer.

While I’m moving up I’m asking myself: What is he doing? What is she doing? What are they doing?

So your practice this week is to ask yourself the question in English, in your head, out loud, under your breath and then answer the question: Oh, he’s _______ing! Oh, she’s _______ing! Oh, they’re _______ing!

So for example, Isabelle: What is she doing?

You know, she’s eaten…she’s had food, but when she gets tired she uses my finger like a pacifier and she sucks on it. It’s like a baby has a plug or a baby has a pacifier.

In the south of the United States they call it “making biscuits” ’cause a lot of times the little cats push their hands forward and that’s what you do when you’re making biscuits: homemade, handmade biscuits!

What is she doing? She’s relaxing in her little kitten way!

So today practice What is he doing? What is she doing? What are they doing?

To continue using your English– answer the question!

That’s all for now!

Take care,


What are you doing????


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About englishwithkatie

英語 女性 ナレーター ケイティ・アドラー!__home-japanese the Perfect Vocal Touch--I am a voice over artist for NHK, Panasonic, Mitsubishi, etc! Phrase of the Day--I am the creator of tweets and videos for daily English practice immersion! --Mono-logues; Mono-fun--I am the publisher of English language materials for self-study! I am very happy to be living and working in Japan surrounded by wonderful people in a fabulous environment!

2 responses »

  1. Every early morning(4:00am) and afternoon(5:00pm), some crows show up in our neighborfood. And they croak loudly for a while. It’s very noisy.
    What are they doing HERE?
    I want to tell them to go straight their destination and go back straight their home. Don’t drop in on the way!!! 4:00am is soooooo early!

  2. LOL!!! It sounds like the start to (of) the day and the finish to (of) the day! I see humans doing this–only they keep different hours—maybe a later in the morning and later in the evening!!! Thanks for your post!!! It is wonderful!!!

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