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- Hello, sir!
- Hello, ma'am!
- What is your name?
- My name is Bob Brown.
- Where are you from?
- I am from America.
- Are you married?
- Yes.
- Is that your wife?
- No. She is over there.
- What is her name?
- Her name is Ann Brown.
- What is the purpose of your coming?
- We are tourists.
- Where is your luggage?
- It is here.
- Is it your first visit to Thailand?
- No, it is already my third visit.
- OK. Have a nice holiday!
- Thank you very much!

- Good morning! Welcome to the Ibiza Hotel.
- Good morning! My name is Sokolov Maxim.
- Nice to meet you, Mr Maxim. Is Sokolov your first name?
- No, my first name is Maxim. Sokolov is my surname.
- Oh, I see. Are you alone?
- No, with my wife and my two daughters.
- What is your nationality?
- Russia.
- Give me your passport please.
- Here you are.
- Thank you. Everything is alright. Here is your key.
- What is my room number?
- Your room number is 305.
- Where is it?
- It is on the third floor.
- Thanks.

- Hello. John Stuart speaking.  How can I help you?
- Hello. My name is Jack White. Can I speak to Jason Brown?
- Sorry. Jason is not in.
- Is he at home?
- He is at work, but he is in another office.
- Can you give me the phone number of that office?
- Of course. Hold on please... Write it down: 734-23-05
- Thank you so much.
- You are welcome.
- Bye-bye, Mr Stuart.
- Bye, Mr White.

GLEB
- Hi, how are you doing?
- Fine. And you?
- I'm good, too. How can I help you?
- I want a car.
- A new car or a used one?
- A used car please.
- You can buy a good used car here.
- How old is this one?
- It is five years old.
- How old is that one?
- It is two years old.
- Can I test drive the car?
- Sure! Let's do it!

- Good morning! How are you doing?
- Good morning! I want to buy shoes.
- What is your size?
- Eleven.
- What about these brown ones?
- Have you these shoes in black?
- Unfortunately not. Maybe those ones?
- Oh, I like the shoes.
- Try them on.
- They are perfect! How much are they?
- Forty dollars.
- OK. Here you are.
- Thank you. Come again.

- Have you got hundred dollars?
- Yes. Why?
- I've got a ticket for bad parking.
- Oh, where?
- On Main Street at the Mc'Donalds.
- Be careful next time.
- What about hundred dollars?
- Take them from my wallet.
- Where is it?
- It is on the shelf.
- Thank you for your help.
- I hope it is your last ticket for bad parking.
- Me too.

- Honey, I want to buy presents for our daughters. What can we buy?
- Kate wants a doll.
- But she has already got a lot of dolls.
- She is a girl. She likes new dolls.
- What about Susan?
- She wants a book.
- But she can't read.
- She wants a book with a lot of pictures. I can read it for her.
- OK. A doll and a book?
- Yes, darling.

- Your dinner is ready. Whose salad is it?
- It is her salad.
- Here you are, ma'am. Whose meat is it?
- It is his meat.
- Here you are, sir. Whose milkshakes are these?
- These are their milkshakes.
- Here you are, kids. Whose beer is it?
- It isn't our beer.
- Are you sure?
- Yes. We drink tea. Where is it?
- Oh, I'm sorry. Just a minute.

- What are your plans for today?
- I would like to go to the cinema.
- Oh, I like to go to the cinema too.
- Let's go together!
- Unfortunately I have no time today.
- What about tomorrow?
- Yes, I can go to the cinema with you tomorrow.
- OK, let's do it tomorrow. Then today I would like to go to the beach.
- Alone?
- My sister likes to swim in the sea. I can take her with me.
- Say hello to your sister. See you tomorrow!
- Yeah, see you.

- Do you like the pasta?
- Yeah, I like it. Pasta is my favorite dish.
- Do you like the soda?
- No, it is too sweet. Next time I would like to order mineral water. Do you drink mineral water?
- Yes, but I prefer soda. Coke is my favorite one.
- Do you give your kids soda?
- Yes. Why not?
- It is unhealthy.
- They drink soda not very often.
- Do they drink coffee?
- Not yet. They are too small.

- Do you see this letter?
- No, I don't see it.
- Do you see this one?
- Yes. It is the letter R.
- Do you wear glasses?
- No, I don't wear glasses, only sunglasses.
- Do you take medicine?
- No, I don't like pills or tablets.
- You need to take care of your health.
- I go to the gym.
- That's not enough.
- I need to think about it.

- Excuse me. Can you repair my car?
- What is wrong with it?
- The light doesn't work.
- I need to check your car. Does the engine work?
- Yes, no problem with it.
- Give me the key please... We need to change the relay.
- How much is it?
- It is not expensive. It costs ten dollars.
- Can I pay with a credit card?
- No, only cash. Sorry for that.

- I need a shirt.
- What kind of shirt would you like?
- I'd like a short sleeve shirt.
- They are not here. Only long sleeve shirts are here. Follow me. Look. What kind of material do you want?
- I want cotton.
- Look at this.
- It looks good. Where can I try it on?
- Fitting rooms are there...
- Does it fit me?
- Yes, it fits you perfectly. Would you like anything else?
- No. That's all.

- Are you ready to begin your work? oleg
- Yes, I can come to work tomorrow.
- Excellent!
- What are my duties?
- You must find new clients.
- How can I do it?
- On the Internet.
- What is next?
- You must meet your clients.
- Where?
- Here in the office or in a restaurant.
- Who pays for the restaurant?
- You. But you get 5 per cent from all your clients.
- Oh, then I'd like to invite new clients to the office.

- Boy, what are you doing?
- I am feeding a crocodile.
- You mustn't feed the crocodile! Girl, what are you doing?
- I am playing with the monkey.
- You mustn't do it! Sir, what are you doing?
- I am riding an elephant.
- Don't do it! It is a zoo! You can only watch animals here! Ma'am, what are you doing?
- I am watching birds.
- But these are just pigeons! They are not from our zoo!

- Hello, Dave!
- Hello. Who is it?
- It's me, Steve.
- Hi, Steve!
- Where are you?
- I'm at home.
- What are you doing?
- I'm fixing our vacuum cleaner.
- What is your wife doing?
- She is doing laundry. What about you? What are you doing?
- My wife and I are cooking dinner. We want to invite you tonight.
- Sounds good! What time?
- At 6 p.m. Is it alright?
- Yeah, excellent.
- Then see you tonight.
- See you.

- Do you have milk?
- Yes. How much milk do you need?
- Is it fresh?
- Sure.
- Then give me a bottle of milk.
- Here you are. Anything else?
- I'd like potatoes too.
- How many potatoes would you like?
- About two or three kilograms.
- OK. Take this bag of potatoes. It is exactly three kilograms. Anything else?
- No, that's all. How much is it all together?
- Three-fifteen.
- Here is five dollars.
- Here is your change. Thank you.

- What are you doing tonight?
- Nothing.
- I want to invite you to our party. Will you come?
- Me and my wife?
- Yes, you both.
- Yeah, we will come. What time? At six?
- Exactly.
- OK. What can we bring for the party?
- Maybe a salad?
- Yep, we will bring a salad. My wife will make a very delicious one.
- Very good! We will wait for you!

- What will we do at the weekend?
- We can go to the beach.
- No, I won't swim. It is too cold.
- What about a restaurant?
- No, I won't eat out. It is too expensive.
- Let's go to the cinema.
- No, I won't go there. I don't like the new films.
- OK. What do you want to do at the weekend?
- I don't know. Maybe we will visit my parents?
- No, I won't go there. We visit your parents too often. Maybe we will go to my parents?
- No, we will stay at home.
- Excellent. We will wait for a wonderful weekend.

- What is wrong with you? You look sick.
- I have a headache.
- Do you have temperature?
- No, praise God.
- Does your stomach hurt?
- No, it doesn't hurt at all.
- Maybe you are just tired.
- I think it is because of the weather.
- Do you have any pills for headache?
- Unfortunately not. And you?
- I have some ibuprofen. Take it right now. It will help you.

- Welcome to our new house!
- Yeah, thank you for inviting me!
- Not at all!
- Oh, your house is large! What is this?
- This is our bathroom.
- What is that?
- That is our kitchen.
- You have nice furniture!
- Yes, these chairs are from Italy. Those shelves are from Spain.
- I like everything here. Show me your living-room.
- Follow me. It is over there.

- Let's see your pictures.
- With pleasure. Here is our album.
- Who is it on the right?
- This is my aunt.
- Who is it on the left?
- This is my uncle.
- Who is it in the middle?
- This is my cousin.
- Who are these people?
- These are my wife's relatives. The first person is my father-in-law. The second one is my mother-in-law. The third one is my sister-in-law. The fourth one is my nephew. The fifth one is my niece.
- You have nice relatives.
- Yeah, I love my in-laws.

- When can we meet?
- Maybe tomorrow?
- No, I have a lot of appointments tomorrow.
- What about the day after tomorrow?
- I have few appointments on that day but I will be in another city.
- Then next week on the 13th or 14th of September?
- On the 13th I have little time. On the 14th I will be free. Let's meet on the 14th of September.
- OK. What thime and where?
- At 10 a.m. at my office.
- OK. Then see you next week!
- Take care!

- What are your plans for Sunday?
- We are going to climb in the mountains.
- Cool! How are you going to get to the mountains?
- By car.
- But you don't have a car.
- I am going to rent a car. And what about you?
- I am going to go to the coast.
- By car?
- No, by bus. I don't have a driver licence.
- Are you going to dive in the sea?
- No, I just want to sunbathe and relax.

- When are you going to leave home? yulia
- In the afternoon.
- At two o'clock?
- No, at half past one.
- When is your day-off?
- On Sunday.
- When are you going to take a vacation?
- In spring.
- In May?
- No, in April. It begins on the third of April.
- Where are you going to spend your vacation?
- In Russia.
- In Moscow?
- No, in Biysk. I am going to go to Moscow maybe only in 2017.

- Would you like to order some salad for your wife?
- No, bring some meat for her please.
- For children also meat?
- No, bring them some pasta.
- And for you, sir?
- For me some fish please.
- And for that man?
- For him some seafood.
- What will you drink?
- Bring us some tea.
- For all of you?
- Yes, five cups please.