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English Conversation Practice - Son's driver's license
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SPEAK WITH BILL
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TOM: "My son is taking his driver's license test today."
BILL: "Is he nervous?"
TOM: "He's a little nervous."
BILL: "It's normal to be nervous."
TOM: "I told him that. He just wants to pass the test, so he can start driving to school."
BILL: "Does he have a car?"
TOM: "No, he has to share with my wife."
BILL: "Are you going to get him a car?"
TOM: "No, not yet. First, he has to show us that he is a responsible driver."
BILL: "Did your auto insurance go up a lot?"
TOM: "Yes! Our insurance rate doubled."
BILL: "Wow! Are you serious?"
TOM: "Yes, that's what makes me nervous. I don't know how we'll be able to afford insurance when my younger son starts to drive."
BILL: "When will that be?"
TOM: "In two years."
BILL: "Better start saving or better have your sons get part-time jobs."
TOM: "I think I like the part-time job idea better."
1. What is Tom's son doing today?
Graduating from high school
Taking his driver's license test
Getting a part-time job
Having a birthday party
2. What does Tom's son look forward to doing?
Driving to school
Going to college
Getting a job
3. What does Tom's son have to share?
4. What does Tom want both of his sons to do in a couple of years?
Get part-time jobs
Mow the lawn
Wash the car
Do their homework
1. Taking his drivers license test
2. Driving to school
4. Get part-time jobs
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