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English Conversation Practice - Working Out and Exercising
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SPEAK WITH DAVID
SPEAK WITH PAUL
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DAVID: "Hey Paul, have you been working out?"
PAUL: "Hey David. Yeah, I've been going to the gym every day before work."
DAVID: "I need to go too, but I'm so lazy now."
PAUL: "I needed to lose a few pounds. That's what motivated me. Now, I just like going."
DAVID: "I need to lose some weight too. I gained around 20 pounds this year."
PAUL: "You did? Why don't you come with me tomorrow morning?"
DAVID: "What time do you go in the morning?"
PAUL: "5 am. I work out for about an hour."
DAVID: "5 am? That's too early."
PAUL: "You should try it. It feels great to work out early in the morning."
DAVID: "I'm asleep at 5 am."
PAUL: "I'll wake you up tomorrow morning. We can start slow by doing just a little running on the treadmill."
DAVID: "I hate running."
PAUL: "Ok, how about lifting weights?"
DAVID: "I don't have the strength to lift weights."
PAUL: "Ok. How about aerobics?"
DAVID: "That's too much jumping around?"
DAVID: "Too boring."
PAUL: "You're right, David. You're too lazy to work out."
1. When does Paul go to the gym?
Once a week
Twice a week
Every morning before work
Every day after work
2. What motivated Paul to start working out?
He needed to lose some weight
He wanted to meet women at the gym
He was training for a marathon
His doctor told him to exercise
3. How many pounds did David gain this year?
4. What kind of exercise does David like?
None of the above
1. Every morning before work
2. He needed to lose some weight
4. None of the above
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