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English Conversation Practice - Gas prices
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SPEAK WITH MIKE
SPEAK WITH BEN
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MIKE: "Hey Ben, have you seen the price of gas lately?"
BEN: "Yeah Mike. It's really high. That's why I've been riding the bus to work."
MIKE: "I wish I could ride the bus, but I would have to take three buses to get to work."
MIKE: "Yeah. It would take me twice as long to get to work."
BEN: "That's not good. I only have to take one bus and it takes me directly from my home to my office building."
MIKE: "You're lucky!"
BEN: "I know. What about riding your bike to work?"
MIKE: "No, I'm not very good at cycling and it's too far."
BEN: "You can carpool with someone."
MIKE: "That's a good idea. Then we could share the cost of gas and ride in the carpool lane."
BEN: "Do you work with anyone who lives near you?"
MIKE: "Yeah, my boss."
BEN: "Would you want to ride with your boss?"
MIKE: "No, not really. I think I'd rather pay more for gas."
1. What do Ben and Mike think about the price of gas?
They don't care since they both do not drive
2. How many buses would Mike have to take to get to work?
3. How does Ben get to work?
Takes the bus
Carpools with a co-worker
Rides his bike
4. Who can Mike carpool with?
1. Too high
3. Takes the bus
4. His boss
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