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English Conversation Practice - New Year's Resolution
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SPEAK WITH JANE
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HELEN: "I can't believe tomorrow is the first day of the New Year!"
JANE: "I know! 2015 went by so fast."
HELEN: "It did. Have you made a New Year's resolution yet?"
JANE: "What is that?"
HELEN: "A goal you want to set or achieve in the New Year. Haven't you ever made a New Year's resolution?"
JANE: "No. Do you make one every year?"
JANE: "Do you achieve your goal every year?"
HELEN: "No, I hardly ever achieve them."
JANE: "What were they?"
HELEN: "One year was losing weight. Another year, I was going to quit smoking. There are too many to list."
JANE: "If you can't achieve them, why do you make one every year?"
HELEN: "I should at least try to achieve one goal."
JANE: "Was there ever a successful resolution?"
HELEN: "Let me think about it. I don't think so."
JANE: "Then your resolution for the New Year should be not to make any more resolutions."
HELEN: "Great idea!"
1. What is a New Year's resolution?
A list of things you did last year
A goal you want to set or achieve in the New Year
A list of people you know
A list of all of your appointments in the New Year
2. What was Helen's previous New Year's resolution?
Control her anger
Stop biting her nails
Get more sleep
3. How many resolutions has Helen made?
Too many to list
4. What is Helen's New Year's resolution going to be?
She's not going to make any more resolutions
1. A goal you want to set or achieve in the New Year
2. Lose weight
3. Too many to list
4. Shes not going to make any more resolutions
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