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English Conversation Practice - New Friend at School
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Practice Speaking - Select a Conversation Partner
SPEAK WITH MOM
SPEAK WITH JANE
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MOM: "Jane, how was school today?"
JANE: "Mom, it was fun. I made a new friend."
MOM: "That's nice. What's her name?"
JANE: "Her name is Cindy."
MOM: "Is she new to your school?"
JANE: "Yeah, she's a new student. She moved here from Seattle, Washington."
MOM: "You have an aunt who lives in Seattle."
JANE: "I know. I like Seattle. It's beautiful there, but it rains too much."
MOM: "Yeah. That's why we're staying in sunny California."
JANE: "Cindy and I have a lot in common. We both like drawing, playing with dogs, and eating pizza."
MOM: "You should invite her over for dinner one night."
JANE: "Can we, Mom?"
MOM: "Sure. We can order pizza."
JANE: "Maybe I'll ask her if she can come over on Friday."
MOM: "Ok. Let's invite her parents too. We can get to know them."
JANE: "That's a good idea. They don't have any friends here, yet."
1. What happened at school today?
Jane's teacher was absent
Jane made a new friend
Jane got into trouble
Jane forgot her homework
2. Who lives in Seattle, Washington?
Jane's best friend
3. What do Jane and Cindy have in common?
They both like drawing
They both like dogs
They both like pizza
All of the above
4. What does Jane's mom want to do?
Go out to dinner
Move to Seattle
Invite Cindy and her parents over for dinner
1. Jane made a new friend
2. Janes aunt
3. All of the above
4. Invite Cindy and her parents over for dinner
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