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English Conversation Practice - Baseball Game with Son
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SPEAK WITH JASON
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SAM: "I'm taking my son to a baseball game."
SAM: "We always watch it on TV, but I wanted him to experience the game in person."
JASON: "My son loves going to the games. He loves the hot dogs and cotton candy."
SAM: "Yeah, I think my son will be more interested in those things too."
JASON: "Where are your seats?"
SAM: "My boss gave me his season tickets for this game. We're sitting right behind home plate."
JASON: "Wow! Those are fantastic seats! You have a nice boss."
SAM: "Yes, I do. He has three children. They are all grown up now, but he still takes them to games."
JASON: "It's a great time to bond with your children."
SAM: "That's what I'm hoping for."
JASON: "Are you taking your baseball mitts?"
SAM: "Yeah. My son wants to take it just in case he catches a foul ball."
JASON: "He may. You never know."
SAM: "Also, I want to take our mitts so we can get them signed by one of the players."
JASON: "That would be amazing. He would probably love that."
SAM: "He would be so thrilled."
JASON: "Well, have a great time! I'll try to find you on TV."
1. Who is Sam taking to the baseball game?
2. How did Sam get tickets?
From his boss
He bought them
He won them on a radio show
They were a gift from his wife
3. Where are his seats?
By left field
By right field
Behind home plate
By first base
4. Why is Sam bringing his mitt?
To get it signed by a player
To catch foul balls
Neither A or B
Both A and B
1. His son
2. From his boss
3. Behind home plate
4. Both A and B
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