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English Conversation Practice - Earthquake
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SPEAK WITH JIM
SPEAK WITH SUE
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JIM: "Honey, are you ok?"
SUE: "Yes, are you ok?"
JIM: "Yeah. I've never felt an earthquake before?"
SUE: "Me too. That was scary. We've experience hurricanes, but never an earthquake."
JIM: "I'm going to look around and see how bad the damage is."
SUE: "Be careful. There could be aftershocks."
JIM: "I know. Don't go outside. The power is down. There could be power lines on the ground."
SUE: "Ok. Where are the dogs?"
JIM: "I found them. They're both under the bed."
SUE: "They must be scared."
JIM: "I wish we could watch the news. I want to know how much damage this earthquake caused."
SUE: "Let me find the radio. We can listen to the news."
JIM: "I think it's in the garage."
SUE: "Do we have any batteries for it?"
JIM: "Yeah. Let me get them."
SUE: "I knew the big one was coming one day, but we weren't prepared."
JIM: "Yeah, that was a big mistake."
SUE: "We better pack an emergency kit for next time."
1. What did Jim and Sue experience for the first time?
A house fire
2. Why can't they watch the news?
They don't have a TV
The power is down
The news is not on right now
Their TV is broken
3. What do they need for their radio?
4. What did they not prepare for an emergency?
An emergency kit
1. An earthquake
2. The power is down
4. An emergency kit
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