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English Conversation Practice - Taking Care of Plants
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SPEAK WITH ALICE
SPEAK WITH JOAN
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ALICE: "You take such good care of your plants, Joan."
JOAN: "I try my best. I love plants."
ALICE: "I have killed every plant I have ever owned."
JOAN: "How, Alice?"
ALICE: "I don't know. I water them and make sure they get enough sun, but they still die."
JOAN: "That's strange."
ALICE: "I know. I don't buy plants anymore."
JOAN: "That's sad. Plants are beautiful and they provide oxygen too."
ALICE: "Can you teach me how to care for plants?"
JOAN: "Sure. I'm going on vacation tomorrow. I'll be gone for a couple of weeks. We can start after I get back."
ALICE: "Ok! Can we shop for the plants together?"
JOAN: "Yes. Let's get a couple of plants that require low maintenance."
ALICE: "What do you mean by low maintenance?"
JOAN: "Plants that don't need much attention."
ALICE: "That will be perfect for me."
JOAN: "I'll make a list of good plants to start with."
ALICE: "What are you going to do about all of your plants while you're on vacation?"
JOAN: "Well, I was going to ask you to water them for me, but I think I'll ask my sister instead."
ALICE: "Yeah, that's a good idea."
1. Why doesn't Alice have any plants in her house?
They keep dying
She gave them away
She doesn't like plants
She's allergic to them
2. What kind of plants are Joan and Alice going to shop for?
3. Where is Joan going tomorrow?
To the store
To plant store
4. Who is going to take care of Joan's plants?
1. They keep dying
2. Low maintenance
3. On vacation
4. Joans sister
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