M: It would be nice if the last few of vacation were sunny and
W: But that's not what the weatherman says, is it?
W: What would you like to have, sir?
M: Well, I'd like to have an apple juice and a chicken sandwich.
M: Those oranges look nice. How much are they?
W: They're sixty cents a pound.
M: Excuse me, can you tell me when the next bus leaves for the
W: It leaves in 3 minutes. If you run, you might catch it.
M: Thank you. I'll try.
W: What time does the movie begin?
M: It starts at seven.
W: What time is it now?
M: About six forty-five. We'd better hurry up.
W. Excuse me. What did you say you would like to do, Mr.
M: I said I'd better go back to the hotel. I'm meeting someone
W: OK. How are you going back? By bus or taxi?
M: I think I'll take a taxi. Do you know where I can get one?
W: Oh, just wait by the roadside. I'll wait with you.
M: OK. Thanks. Are the taxis in London all yellow?
W: Well, some of them are. Is this your first time in London?
M: Yes, it is. Do you give extra money to taxi drivers here?
W: You mean a tip? Oh, yes. They usually expect about ten
M: That's the same in my country.
W: Oh, look. Here's one. Taxi!
M: Thanks. See you tomorrow.
W: What are you doing up there?
M: I'm getting dressed.
W: Well, hurry up. We're already late.
M: OK. OK. Just a minute. By the away, Susan, where is my
W: It's on the dresser next to the jewelry box.
M: Oh, yes. I've got it. Thanks. And do you know where my
W: Isn't it on the top drawer on the right?
M: No, it's not there.
W: Well. I don't know where it is.
M: What time is it now?
W: It's 6:45.
M: And when does the play start?
W: At 8:00 sharp.
M: All right, I'm coming... Well, what are you waiting for?
M: Are you ready yet?
W: I'll be ready in a couple of minutes.
W: Do I have to make a speech tonight?
M: Just a short one, after dinner.
W: What about television? Will they have cameras there?
M: I certainly hope so. I'd like to see you on every news program in town tonight.
W: I'll be glad when the voting is over. I'd like to have a good night's sleep more than anything else right now. I have to shake hands with so many people.
W: When do you take your winter holiday?
M: I usually take it during the second or third week of January.
W: Do you like to ski?
M: Yes, I love to go skiing.
W: Where do you go?
M: I go to a hotel in the mountains.
W: Is it far from here?
M: It's about a hundred miles away.
W: Does it get cold?
M: Oh, yes! It gets very cold. It snows a lot.
W: Do you go alone?
M: A couple of my friends usually go with me. Do you want to
come along some weekend?
W: No, not me. I don't like cold weather.
M: I really like it. I love snow!