Friday, January 23, 2009
A: Where are Olga and David?
B: They’re in Room 2.
A; Is Room 2 a classroom?
B: Yes, it is. They’re students.
A: How long is their class?
B: It’s an hour and a forty five minutes.
A: Is Teresa home?
B: No, she isn’t. She’s at work.
A: Do you have her work number?
B: No, I don’t. But, it’s in the phone book.
A: Where does she work?
B: She works at Safeway. She’s a cashier.
A: Where are Ronald and Julie?
B: They’re at home. They’re retired.
A: What were their jobs?
B: David was a teacher. Mary was a secretary.
A: When did they retire?
B: They retired last year.
A: Is David at home?
B: No, he isn’t. He’s at work.
A: Is he at work all day?
B: Yes, he is. He’s a police officer.
B: When will he be home?
A: He’ll be home before six.
A: Donna and Jim are nurses.
B: Where do they work?
A: They work at General Hospital.
B: What are their hours?
A: They work from 3:00 PM to midnight.
B: I will call them tomorrow morning.
A: Jack is usually home before 5:00.
B: Where does he work?
A: He works at Rite Aid Drugstore.
B: Do you have his work number?
A: No, I don’t. But it’s in the phone book.
B: I’ll look it up and call him now.
A: Dave and Olga always come home before 12:30.
B: Where do they work. Do you know?
A: They don’t work. They’re students.
B: Where do they go to school?
A: They attend classes at Mission Campus.
B: I have that number. It’s 550-4384.
A: Cindy always gets home by 4:00.
B: Where does she go to school?
A: She attends Everett Middle School.
B: What grade is she in?
A: She’s in the seventh grade.
B: That’s okay. I can call back later.
A: How many children do you have?
B: I have three children.
A: Are they all in school?
B: The two older children are in school.
A: How about your youngest child?
B: She doesn’t go to school yet.
A: My oldest son is in middle school.
B: How old is he?
A: He’ll be thirteen next month.
B: What grade is he in?
A: He’s in the eighth grade.
B: Does he like his classes?
A: Yes, he likes all his classes.
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