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English Conversation Practice - Buying a Tablet
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Practice Speaking - Select a Conversation Partner
SPEAK WITH TOM
SPEAK WITH MARK
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TOM: "Hey Mark. What are you doing today?"
MARK: "I'm going to the electronics store with my son."
TOM: "Are you buying a new TV?"
MARK: "No. My son has been saving money to buy a tablet. They're so expensive, so I told him I would pay for half of it."
TOM: "That's so nice of you."
MARK: "His birthday is next week, so this is his birthday present."
TOM: "Why don't you buy one for yourself?"
MARK: "I already have one. My son really likes it. So, he wants one of his own."
TOM: "Oh, I see. They're great. They're like mini computers. I love the touch screen feature."
MARK: "I know. My son keeps taking mine. I'm tired of sharing it with him all the time."
TOM: "Is that why you are helping him buy one?"
MARK: "Yes. Do you have one?"
TOM: "Yeah. I should get another one too."
TOM: "My daughter keeps taking mine. Let me know if there are any sales."
1. Where is Mark going today?
Auto parts store
2. Whose birthday is coming up?
3. What is Mark's son saving money to buy?
4. What feature does Tom like?
1. Electronics store
2. Marks son
4. Touch screen
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