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Man: Is something wrong? Can I help?
Woman: I just moved here and I'm a little confused. I need a laundromat. Can you tell me where the nearest one is?
Man: Let me think.
Woman: Is it far away from here?
Man: Not really. The nearest one is on Garfield Street. Head straight down this road until you reach the bowling alley, turn
right and walk two blocks. That's Garfield, turn left and the laundromat is in the middle of the block on the right side,
next to a drugstore.
Woman: Got it, straight to the bowling alley, tum right and go two blocks, then left, it's next to a drugstore.
Woman: Thank you very much.
Man: You're welcome.
Tom: Hi, Lucy. Nice to see you.
Lucy: Me too.
Tom: I was impressed yesterday when you won the English
speech contest. You really deserved to win.
Lucy: Thank you. That's very kind.
Tom: Your speech was excellent.
Lucy: Was it?
Tom: Sure. I really liked what you said about fixing the problems of pollution. It was very reasonable. I think you're
right, too. If people would just care a little more and work a little harder, the problem would solve itself.
Lucy: It was a real challenge speaking to such a big audience. I was scared but I felt good too.
Tom: Well, you were a real success and I think everyone agreed with what you said too.
Harry: Do you want to hear something spooky? I met my uncle yesterday.
Sally: Big deal! That's not very scary. Next you'll tell me he's dead.
Harry: He died o ten years ago.
Sally: Stop playing around. You know. I get scared when you start talking like this.
Harry: You big coward! I'm just joking.
Sally: You know, I get spooked from ghost stories and scary movies. The scary movies made my hair stand on end, and
keep me awake at night.
Harry: Actually, I wasn't completely joking. I saw him in a dream last night.
Sally: Maybe you just miss him.
Harry: Yeah, he was a great uncle, very kind to me, when he was alive.
Sally: Next time try not to scare me too much with your stories. You know it upsets me.
Harry: OK. I promise.
Ann: Are you feeling better today, Bill?
Bill: Well. sort of. But I'm still coughing a lot at night.
Ann: You really ought to follow your doctor's advice and quit smoking. It's so bad for your health.
Bill: Yeah, I know. But it's really hard to give up a habit You've had for such a long time.
Ann: Not that hard. You just need to make up Your mind. A little determination is all you need.
Bill: You know, I work late into the night. Smoking helps me stay awake.
Ann: Why don't you just go to bed and get up earlier? You won't lose any work time.
Bill: You're right. I need to change my habits. That's good advice. Thanks. I'll give it a try.
Ann: I hope you're feeling better soon.