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English Conversation Practice - Unhappy Family Reunion
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SPEAK WITH JANE
SPEAK WITH SUSAN
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SUSAN: "Hi Jane. This is Susan."
JANE: "Hi Susan. How are you?"
SUSAN: "Did you receive an invitation to the family reunion?"
SUSAN: "Are you going to go?"
JANE: "I don't think so."
JANE: "Remember our cousin Bill and I had a disagreement at the last reunion?"
SUSAN: "Yes. But it was all a misunderstanding."
JANE: "I know, but I still feel uncomfortable about it."
SUSAN: "I would really like to see you there. I haven't seen you in a while."
JANE: "I know. I feel the same way."
SUSAN: "If you don't go to the reunion, maybe I can visit you."
JANE: "That sounds like a great idea. Have you ever been to New York?"
SUSAN: "No. I would love to visit you and check out the city."
JANE: "Let's plan to do that."
SUSAN: "I still want you to come to the reunion."
JANE: "I'll think about it."
SUSAN: "Ok. I hope to see you there."
1. Why did Susan call Jane?
To ask her out to lunch
To ask if she is going to the family reunion
To ask if she wants to go shopping
To ask if she wants to go blueberry picking
2. Why does Jane not want to go?
She had a misunderstanding with Bill
She did not receive an invitation
She doesn't want to go alone
She doesn't like to leave her home
3. What city does Jane live?
4. What does Jane decide to do at the end of the conversation?
She is going to go
She is not going to go
She's going to think about it
She hangs up on Susan
1. To ask if she is going to the family reunion
2. She had a misunderstanding with Bill
3. New York
4. Shes going to think about it
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