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English Conversation Practice - Lost Dog
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SPEAK WITH PHIL
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MARK: "What's wrong Phil?"
PHIL: "Hi Mark. Our dog, Rusty, is lost. Someone left the backyard gate open and he got out."
MARK: "Oh no. Let me help you find him."
PHIL: "Thanks. My daughter is so upset right now."
MARK: "Have you called the local dog shelters?"
PHIL: "Yeah, they haven't seen him. They said they would call me if they find our dog."
MARK: "Does he have any identification on him?"
PHIL: "Yeah. He's wearing his dog tag and he's also microchipped."
MARK: "That's good. Should we make some flyers to post around the neighborhood?"
PHIL: "My wife is doing that right now."
MARK: "How old is Rusty?"
PHIL: "He's four years old and he's brown with white spots."
MARK: "I know what he looks like."
PHIL: "Oh, that's right. I'm not thinking straight. I'm just worried he was stolen or is injured somewhere."
MARK: "I understand. He's part of your family."
PHIL: "Yeah, he's a big part of our family. We got him when he was a little puppy."
MARK: "Hey Phil! There he is!"
PHIL: "Rusty! Come here, boy!"
1. How did Rusty get lost?
Someone left a gate open
He jumped over a fence
He jumped out of a car window
He ran out the front door
2. What kind of identification does Rusty have?
Neither A or B
Both A and B
3. What does Rusty look like?
He's all black
He's brown with white spots
He is white with brown spots
He's all white
4. What does Phil give Mark just in case Mark sees Rusty first?
1. Someone left a gate open
2. Both A and B
3. Hes brown with white spots
4. Dog treats
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