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Dialogue V: A weekend Plan|
-Hi Tom, What are you doing over the weekend?
-Well, haven't got any plans yet, (no "and") I’m still thinking about it.
-How about going skating and boating?
-Skating? That sounds great! In the park again? ('It" isn't wrong, but 'that' is more natural)
-Yes. I’ll call you tomorrow. Shall we go out for a walk now?
- Let’s go!
-Hi, Kate! It’s so nice to meet you here! I was just about to phone you.
-What a coincidence! How is everything with you, Alice?
-Fine. And you?
-Fine too. Are you free for our party next Friday evening?
-Friday? Let me see. No problem.
- Well, we're having a few friends over for dinner, and we'd like you and your husband to join us.
-That's very kind of you, Richard. Thank you very much for your invitation.
-Well. I think I've got to run, my wife is waiting for me outside.
-OK. Have a nice time. Please give my regards to your husband.
-Certainly I will. Thank you, and good-bye!
Um... I'm confused, maybe it's me... maybe you meant "wife" instead of husband?
ALICE -That's very kind of you, Richard. Thank you very much for your invitation.
RICHARD -Well. I think I've got to run, my wife is waiting for me outside.
ALICE -OK. Have a nice time. Please give my regards to your husband.
If that last line I copied is Alice, she is telling Richard to say hello to his husband. Or maybe I am confused, it does happen easily. Oh... I see there are 3 people? Hmm... I'm sure you have it straight, it's just a little unclear with no names when there are more than 2 people. Sorry!
Did you write these all yourself? They're really good, now I want to hear you talk! Do you get lots of chances to speak with native English speakers? If not, how do you sound so natural? Movies maybe? Anyway, you get an A from me.:)