W: Thanks for lunch. It was delicious. Next time it’s on me.
M: Don’t be silly.
W: I’m serious.
M: All right. Next time you treat.
M: What's the chemistry homework Mr. Brown gave us today?
W: Just a minute. I’ll look it up in my notebook.
M: Did you listen to the weather report this morning, Helen?
W: Yeah, it says we are going to have a wet weekend. We may get some very heavy rain in the mountain areas
M: That means we can’t go camping but we will have to stay in.
M: Hi, Maggie, I want all these books here.
W: That might be a lot for your dad to buy at one time.
M: My dad gets me all the books I want.
W: Well, that’s very nice of him.
M: Will you excuse me for a moment? I left my keys in the car.
M: Bob Gorden speaking.
W: Hello, Bob. It’s Ann here. How are things?
M: Fine, how about you?
W: Oh, not so bad. Listen, I want to talk to you, Bob about next Thursday. I hope you haven’t forgotten.
M: No, no, I’ve got it in my diary. Just looking it up. Thursday, 14th, meeting in Bermingham, don’t know when and where, though.
W: Right. That’s what Don White asked me to tell you: it’s in Bermingham at 11:15 in the Rose.
M: The Rose Hotel?
W: Yes, the one opposite the park. Er, now you’ve got the time, right, 11:15, OK?
M: Yeah, fine 11:15 and I may be a few minutes late. There’s a train from here at 8:10. I’ll take that one. Which train are you getting?
W: I’m catching the 10:17. It gets in at about 10:45.
M: Okay see you Thursday then. Cheer then.
W: Bye, Bob.
W: Meg, I’ve just got us tickets to Singapore.
M: This is just too exciting, so when do we set off?
W: The plane leaves tomorrow afternoon, so we need to set off for the airport at 11 AM.
M: Just let me write that down so I don’t forget. So we leave at 11 AM. Do we stop off anywhere on the way or is it a direct flight?
W: Well, there aren’t any direct flights but we are very lucky. With these tickets, we can stop off in Hong Kong. So we can stop and spend two days there on our way to Singapore.
M: You’re great. I've always wanted to go there. So we stop off in Hong Kong and just one more thing: when do we get back?
W: We’ll return home in 10 days’ time.
M: Wow, wonderful. I just can’t wait.
M: Have you booked a table, Madam?
W: Yes, we’ve booked one for two. The name’s Morrison.
M: Oh, yes, we have the table for you near the group. This way, please.
W: Group? What group? Oh, the music group, I suppose. I can’t stand noisy places. Now, where’s the menu?
M: It’s on the wall, Madam, on the blackboard.
W: On the blackboard indeed, I suppose you can't afford proper menus.
M: I’m sorry, Madam. But that’s what we always do.
W: I had such a busy afternoon in my office. If I weren’t so hungry, I would leave immediately.
W: How was the game, Bill? Did you enjoy it?
M: No, it was not interesting at all.
W: That’s too bad. Football games are usually exciting.
M: Not last night. Some of the players didn't know what they were doing. In fact one of them was just terrible.
W: Well, which team was the winner?
M: The Tigers. They won the game 3:1.
W: Were you happy about the score?
M: No, I cheered for the losers.
W: What about Eric and Steve? Which team did they support?
M: Well, Eric was for the Tigers but Steve was for the Lions.
W: Then at least one of you liked the game.
M: Yes, and all of us enjoyed eating something. I had a big box of popcorn and an ice cream.
Hey, there cowboys and cowgirls, for a real exciting day in the Wild West, come to Cactus City Wild West Park. Yes, bring the children along to see a real old time pioneering town. Shoot guns and ride horses down the road. We’ll open April through September, 7 days a week from 10 AM to sundown. Only $12 for adults and $6 for children or buy a family ticket at $24. What’s more, every Saturday and Sunday we have a real Wild West show. A performances start at 2 PM and last for two and half hours. That’s value for money. There are free buses to the park throughout the day every Saturday and Sunday from Cactus City centre. Yes are we, there’s a lot of fun waiting for all the family at the Cactus City Wild West Park.