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English Conversation Practice - Needing a New Refrigerator
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SPEAK WITH LINDA
SPEAK WITH SUE
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LINDA: "Something is wrong with my refrigerator."
SUE: "What's wrong with it?"
LINDA: "It's not staying cold."
SUE: "That could be a big problem."
LINDA: "I know. I'm worried that my food is going to spoil. I just went grocery shopping yesterday."
SUE: "I have room in my second refrigerator if you need to store some things."
LINDA: "You have two refrigerators?"
SUE: "Yeah. We needed two refrigerators because I cook a lot. There was a big sale at the appliance store, so we bought another one last week."
LINDA: "Is the sale still going on? I may need to buy a new one."
SUE: "Today is the last day of the sale."
LINDA: "Then I better tell my husband. We need to go today."
SUE: "Isn't your husband a great repairman. Maybe he can fix your refrigerator."
LINDA: "It's getting old. I'd rather buy a new one."
SUE: "If your husband can fix your broken one, you can have two refrigerators like me."
LINDA: "I don't cook that much."
1. What is wrong with Linda's refrigerator?
It's too cold
It's not staying cold
The light does not come on
2. What is Linda worried about?
Not having enough room in her refrigerator
3. How many refrigerators does Sue have?
4. Where does Linda need to go today?
1. Its not staying cold
2. Spoiled food
4. Appliance store
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