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English Conversation Practice - Babysitting Neighbor's Kid
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SPEAK WITH TOM
SPEAK WITH ALISON
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TOM: "Hey Alison. Are you free for dinner tonight?"
ALISON: "Hi Tom. No, I'm not. I'm babysitting a neighbor's kid."
TOM: "What time?"
ALISON: "From 5 pm to 9 pm."
TOM: "What about next Friday?"
ALISON: "I'm babysitting again next Friday."
TOM: "Why are you babysitting so much?"
ALISON: "It's a good way to make money."
TOM: "Do you like children?"
ALISON: "Yeah, I love kids. They're fun to play with."
TOM: "I don't like them. They're noisy and they smell weird."
ALISON: "You're so funny. You would make a terrible babysitter."
TOM: "You're right. I'd rather babysit dogs."
ALISON: "Dogs are noisy and they smell weird too."
TOM: "I know. But they're cuter than kids."
ALISON: "You're silly."
TOM: "Then when are you free for dinner?"
ALISON: "Tomorrow night."
TOM: "OK. I'm free tomorrow too. I'll pick you up at 6 pm at your house."
ALISON: "Great! I'll see you then."
1. What does Alison have to do tonight?
Babysit a neighbor's kid
Work at the office
Study for a test
Visit her grandparents
2. What does Tom think of children?
They smell weird
Neither A or B
Both A and B
3. What does tom like more than children?
4. What are Tom and Alison doing tomorrow night?
Watching a movie
Having dinner together
Riding to work together
1. Babysit a neighbors kid
2. Both A and B
4. Having dinner together
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