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English Conversation Practice - Breakfast at Home or the Diners
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SPEAK WITH KEVIN
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JANE: "Hey Kevin, do you want to try the new diner down the street?"
KEVIN: "Sure. I hear they have really good food especially their omelets."
JANE: "Susan went their last weekend and said it was the best breakfast place in town."
KEVIN: "Yeah, I heard the same thing from Janet. She waited an hour for a table."
JANE: "I don't think I can wait an hour. I'm hungry right now."
KEVIN: "Do you want to make breakfast at home?"
JANE: "Ok. What do you want to eat?"
KEVIN: "I'd like a ham and cheese omelet."
JANE: "That sounds good. Do we have all of the ingredients?"
KEVIN: "Well, we only need eggs, ham, and cheese."
JANE: "I think we may be out of ham. I used the last few slices for a sandwich yesterday."
KEVIN: "Ok. How about a vegetable omelet?"
JANE: "That's good too. We have green peppers, mushrooms, and onions."
KEVIN: "That's perfect."
JANE: "Great! I'll brew some coffee and you make the omelet."
KEVIN: "I don't know how to make an omelet."
JANE: "You don't? Well, I don't either."
KEVIN: "Let's just go to the new diner."
JANE: "That sounds like a better plan."
1. Where is the new diner located?
Down the street
In another city
Three blocks away
2. What is the diner's specialty?
3. How long did Janet wait for a table?
4. What ingredient are Kevin and Jane missing?
1. Down the street
3. One hour
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