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English Conversation Practice - Lunch Decisions
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SPEAK WITH KATHY
SPEAK WITH BILL
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KATHY: "Hey Bill, are you hungry?"
BILL: "Oh, hi Kathy. Yeah. Let's have lunch."
KATHY: "What do you want to eat?"
BILL: "How about pizza?"
KATHY: "We always have pizza. Let's try something different."
BILL: "Ok. Do you have any suggestions?"
KATHY: "How about sushi?"
BILL: "I don't like raw fish."
KATHY: "All sushi isn't raw."
BILL: "I know. I just don't feel like having sushi today."
KATHY: "Ok. Then what should we eat?"
BILL: "Maybe we should just order take-out. You get sushi and I'll get pizza."
KATHY: "That's a good idea. But I think I want Chinese food instead."
BILL: "Chinese food sounds yummy."
KATHY: "Hey, we agree on something. Let's go out to a Chinese restaurant."
BILL: "I'd rather eat at home."
KATHY: "We never agree on anything."
1. What do Kathy and Bill always eat?
2. What does Bill not like to eat?
3. What do Kathy and Bill agree on?
Eating Chinese food
Going to a restaurant
4. Where are they going to eat?
At a restaurant
At the park
They don't agree on where to eat
2. Raw fish
3. Eating Chinese food
4. They dont agree on where to eat
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