1.) ) Which of the jobs from Ex. 4 is Misha not going to do?
2.) ) What does Emily want to do?
3.) ) Why will Misha be green with envy?
4.) ) What does a ranger do?
Emily:) ) ) What are you thinking about, Misha? You look a bit sad.
Misha:) ) I am sad. Soon we'll find the treasure and then our adventure will be over.
Emily:) ) ) Yes, that's true, unless Jack made a mistake about South Dakota. You know how easy it is to make a mistake with all these clues and mysteries.
Misha:) ) No, I have a feeling that this time it will be there.
Emily:) ) ) Anyway, what will you do when you go back to Russia?
Misha:) ) I've thought about it a lot. First of all I'll spend some time with my family. I really miss them all. Then I'll go to see all my friends and catch up with all the news. The only thing is I don't know if they'll be there for summer. Then I'll probably think of getting a summer job. I hope it won't be too late to find something for this summer.
Emily:) ) ) What would you like to do?
Misha:) ) Well, I can do lots of things: give out advertising fliers, deliver the post, work as a waiter in a local cafe or be a babysitter. Then maybe I'll be able to find a job that uses my qualifications: helping children catch up with their studies (in English and Maths, for example) or making website home pages for people who need them. But it'll take a lot of time to find a job like that.
Emily:) ) Hmmm, you don't sound very enthusiastic. I think you have to be really motivated to get a good job, even if it's just a summer job, not a permanent job.
Misha:) ) And what about you? Unless I've got it wrong, you know all about summer jobs. Have you found a good one for yourself?
Emily:) ) ) Well, actually it's a secret. I don't want anybody to know until I get a reply from them.
Misha:) ) Oh, please tell me now. We probably won't have a chance to talk about it after we find the treasure.
Emily:) ) ) Well, I guess I can tell you. I'd like to be a ranger in one of California's national parks.
Misha:) ) What does a ranger do?
Emily:) ) ) All sorts of things. They look after animals and plants, lead excursions, organise seminars for visitors, and sometimes even save people's lives.
Misha:) ) Hmmm, you don't really think you'll be that lucky, do you? Is it dangerous to work in a national park then? Emily:) ) ) Now I can see that you don't know anything about the national parks in California. Working there is a real adventure. I'm just not sure if they take teenagers. Let me tell you what rangers do. You'll be green with envy.