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English Conversation Practice - Small Auto Accident
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SPEAK WITH JANE
SPEAK WITH CAROL
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JANE: "Hi Carol. Did you get a new car?"
CAROL: "Hi Jane. No, this is a rental car. I was in an auto accident yesterday."
JANE: "Are you ok?"
CAROL: "Yeah. My back hurts a little, but luckily I wasn't seriously injured."
JANE: "Did you go to the hospital?"
CAROL: "Yeah. I went there this morning. The doctor took some did x-rays. Nothing is serious. I just have some bruises."
JANE: "I'm glad you are ok. Was there another car involved?"
CAROL: "Yeah, the other driver rear-ended me at a red light."
JANE: "Wow! Is he or she ok?"
CAROL: "Yeah. He seemed ok at the scene."
JANE: "This could've been a serious accident."
CAROL: "I know. We were both lucky."
JANE: "Where is your car? Is it getting fixed?"
CAROL: "No. It's too damaged to be repaired. It's at the junkyard now."
JANE: "That's terrible. Is your insurance going to pay for a new car?"
CAROL: "Well, it was the other driver's fault, so his insurance is going to take care of it."
JANE: "That's good. Are you going to buy the same type of car?"
CAROL: "I think so. I loved that car. It protected me in this accident."
1. What happened to Carol yesterday?
Someone stole her car
She was in an auto accident
She bought a new car
She car ran out of gas on the highway
2. Where did Carol go this morning?
3. Where is Carol's car?
It was stolen
At the auto shop
At the junkyard
It was sold
4. What is Carol driving today?
Her old car
A rental car
A new car
1. She was in an auto accident
3. At the junkyard
4. A rental car
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