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1. M: Shall we go for a walk, Julie?
W: Is it warm outside?
M: No, you need a coat.
W: Well, I think I’ll stay at home, then.
2. M: I’d like a coffee. What about you?
W: Mm…me, too. And the kids will drink coke. But just ask for one bottle. They’ll never finish about it for each.
M: Orange juice is much better for them. I know, but they always refuse to drink it.
3. W: Have you heard there’s been a big fire in the old paper factory?
M: Are you sure? There is nothing in the newspaper about it.
W: I was there last night. Go and watch TV. There might be something about it.
4. M: I can’t believe this traffic.
W: Well, it’s rush hour.
M: We’ll never make it on time unless the match is delayed.
W: Yes, we will. Don’t worry about it.
5. W: Alan, you’re back. How was your vacation?
M: Just don’t ask. I wish I had never had it.
W: What went wrong?
M: What didn’t go wrong? That would be a better question.
6.-7. M: Hi, Cathy. It’s Jason.
W: Hi, Jason. I haven’t heard from you in a while.
M: Well, I’ve been busy. I’ve started my own company.
W: Well, what kind of business is it?
M: Just a small on-line store. I’m hurrying staff and want you to come to work for me.
W: Actually I just got started working at the old company again.
M: Oh, I didn’t realize you were going back.. Well, can you recommend someone else?
8.-9. M: Helen, I heard that you wanted to be a Gym teacher, didn’t you?
W: Yes, I did think about it. But it was going to be too expensive.
M: You mean the training?
W: Yes, you need to pay for the use of all the equipment, you know.
M: So you went to a nursing college.
W: I did. And I have no regrets.
M: Really? You enjoyed it?
W: Oh, very much.
M: Didn’t you feel sad that you couldn’t become a teacher?
W: Well, in a way. But as time went on, I really began to like my job.
10.-12. M: Hi, Susan. Are you interested in buying some used books for school? You can really save some money that way.
W: Well, what do you have?
M: Well, let’s see. I have a science book, called “Today’s World”. And I’m selling it for 30 dollars.
W: 30? That’s too expensive for a broken book like that.
M: Maybe so, but I bought it for 60, and I wrote a lot of notes in the book. That should help you with the class if you could read my writing.
W: What else are you selling?
M: OK. I have an English writing textbook, for 14 dollars, a math book, for 23 and a novel, for only 7.
M: It’s up to you. You know, these things go fast.
W: OK. I’ll take the writing book and the novel. I need both of those for sure.
M: No more textbooks?
W: Not now. Teachers are always changing their minds about textbooks.
M: All right.
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