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    Conversations in English: New Cell Phone

    Conversations in English: New Cell Phone

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    Two friends talk about cell phones.

    A: Hey, look at my new cell phone.


    B: Where'd you get it?


    A: I got it at the mall. It was free with my new plan.


    B: So what stuff can it do?


    A: It has text messages, voice-mail, Internet and instant messenger too. I think you can even watch TV on it.


    B: Cool. What about music? Can you use it like an mp3 player?


    A: Umm... I think so. Let me look... Yeah, it has a USB card to hold the mp3s.

    B: I think I may need to go get one too. How long of a contract do you have to sign?


    A: Just a year, I think.


    B: That's not too bad.

    • 58秒
    Conversations in English: The Post Office

    Conversations in English: The Post Office

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    Two friends are in line at the post office and are losing their patience cause the line's moving slowly.


    A: We've been waiting in line for like 20 minutes.


    B: No, it's been like an hour.


    A: No way. You always exaggerate. It does feel like way more than 20 minutes, though, cause the line's moving so slow. Probably cause there's only two people here.

    B: I bet they have more than just two people here. They're probably just taking breaks or goofing off somewhere.


    A: Finally, the line's starting to move.

    B: Hey, I didn't know you get passports at the post office. I just saw a sign for it.


    A: Yeah, I got mine here last year.


    B: Cool. I still need to get mine. I haven't ever been out of the country, so I haven't needed one.


    A: But you're going to Europe this summer, right?


    B: Yeah, so I should probably get mine soon.


    A: You should. It might take a while for them to send it too you.

    • 1分
    Conversations in English: Did you see the last episode?

    Conversations in English: Did you see the last episode?

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    Two friends talk about a soap opera
    A: Did you see the last episode?

    B: Nope. What happened?

    A: Let's see.... Angela got pregnant.

    B: Really? Who's the father?

    A: Robert.

    B: Wow. So does everyone know or is it a secret?

    A: No one knows. If Angela's dad knew about it, he'd be really pissed.
    B: I bet. He's really protective of her.

    A: The next episode starts in an hour. You wanna stay and watch it?

    B: Of course I will. Thanks.

    • 32秒
    Conversations in English: Driving to the Vet

    Conversations in English: Driving to the Vet

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    Jake, a dog, is sick and needs to go to the veterinarian (vet). One person holds him, while the other drives the car.

    A: So when did Jake start throwing up?

    B: He's been throwing up every day this week. Poor thing.

    A: At first, I just thought he ate some bad food, but if he's been throwing up every day, he's probably sick.

    B: Yeah, I think he might have worms.

    A: Hopefully not.

    B: Well, he needs to get his shots anyway.

    A: Do you have insurance?

    B: No, it's not worth it. I only come to the vet like twice a year.

    A: Ah, ok. So which street do I turn on?


    B: 5th. Thanks for driving, by the way. I have to hold Jake whenever he's in the car, or else he'll get scared.


    A: No problem.

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    Conversations in English: Shopping for a Picnic

    Conversations in English: Shopping for a Picnic

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    Two friends are at the grocery store to buy food for a picnic the next day.


    A: So, what do we need to get, again?


    B: Just a few things for the picnic tomorrow. Like paper plates, bread, lunch meat, chips. Stuff like that.


    A: What about soda?


    B: That too. I'm trying to remember what kind they wanted.


    A: Let's just get Coke or Pepsi, and maybe some Sprite too. Everyone likes those.


    B: Sounds good. Let's split up, so we get everything faster.

    A: I'll get the bread and sodas. You can get the other stuff.


    B: Alright. Let's meet at register 3.


    A: Ok. See you in a minute.

    • 46秒
    Conversations in English: Email Lingo

    Conversations in English: Email Lingo

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    “E-mail Lingo”
    Cody helps Elaine with her e-mail account.
    Elaine: Just let me check my e-mail real quick.

    Cody: Alright, no problem.

    Elaine: Look. What's this mean?

    Cody: It says your inbox is full. So it won't let you receive any new e-mails.

    Elaine: Then I need to delete some messages to make room.

    Cody: Yeah. Why don't you delete everything in your junk mail folder first.
    Elaine: It should be fine now. I deleted a few e-mails with really big attachments that were taking up a lot of space.

    • 33秒

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