Gap-fill exercise

Fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers. Note that you will lose points if you ask for hints or clues!
   about      chatting      designer      dish      divorced      enjoyed      evening      food      happened      important      jealous      laughed      lessons      looked      showing      sorry      stop      suddenly      talking      teasing      thought      wrong   
Lots of people were there. The music was good and the was good too. But when Jack saw Tina, he away. "What's with you?" she asked. "Well," said Jack, "I don't like what yesterday. We were together when you left with Joe." "You're unfair, Jack," answered Tina. "It was nice with you and I it. But you never asked me me, did you? You only talked about yourself. And in the end I Not again! Boys are never interested in me! That's why I left with Joe ..." Jack wanted to say something, but Tina didn't . "Anyway," she said, "Joe is OK. Oh, I know you don't like him. I think you're , really."
"I'm not jealous!" said Jack. "I just don't like his silly clothes and ..." "And you say designer clothes aren't ?" said Tina. "Anyway, Joe is nice. But he's having a bad time, you know. Did you know his parents are getting ? That's why he has been funny with all this off and . And that's why he's having this party too - so that he can forget about his problems. Perhaps it's better than feeling for yourself, like you do, Jack!" Jack looked at her quickly - and suddenly he . And Tina laughed too.
"You're funny, Tina," he said. "Why don't you come to my house one ? We could listen to some Chris Cornell CDs. And I could make that Mexican . There's just one thing ..." "What's that?" asked Tina. "No more psychology !" said Jack.