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English Conversation Practice - Buying Daughter a Car
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SPEAK WITH BILL
SPEAK WITH TODD
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BILL: "Hey Todd. What are you doing today?"
TODD: "Hey Bill. My wife and I are going to buy our daughter a car."
BILL: "Wow! That's quite a gift!"
TODD: "I know. It's a graduation gift."
BILL: "Are you going to buy a new or used car?"
TODD: "Used. It will be her first vehicle, so she doesn't need a brand new one."
BILL: "I'm actually selling my car. Would you be interested?"
TODD: "Is it the red one?"
BILL: "Yeah, that's the one."
TODD: "My daughter would love that car."
BILL: "It's in great condition. I've taken good care of it."
TODD: "How many miles does it have on it? And, how much do you want for it?"
BILL: "35,000 miles. $7,000."
TODD: "That's pretty good. Why are you selling it?"
BILL: "My wife and I are having a baby. We need to get a bigger car."
TODD: "Congratulations on your new baby!"
BILL: "Thanks. Would you like to take a look at the car?"
TODD: "Yeah. Can I take it for a test drive?"
BILL: "Of course."
1. Who is Todd buying a car for?
2. What is the special occasion?
No special occasion
3. Why is Bill selling his car?
He wants to get a nicer car
He needs a bigger car
His car needs too many repairs
His wife hates that car
4. What color is Bill's car?
1. His daughter
3. He needs a bigger car
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