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[01:20.54]NICE TO MEET YOU.) I/ a7 H9 s0 }( ?3 A- M5 b2 ^
[01:23.98]Barb: Ummm. Those burgers smell great. It's perfect day for a barbecue. [01:32.45]Mike: It sure is. I'm glad it didn't rain. My name's Mike Gates, by the way. [01:39.81]Barb: Oh, hi! I'm Barbara Johnson. Nice to meet you.
" p' n5 t" d- D( N/ M5 H5 S[01:45.59]Mike: I'm sorry. What's your name again?* m& t! Q& a5 b! t" _  b
[01:49.74]Barb: Barbara. But please, just call me Barb.
/ P, u& ^6 s" x5 q. E4 W# X+ I5 c[01:54.89]Mike: So Barb ... what do you do?
7 R" T) c9 N6 _0 G6 @[01:59.56]Barb: I'm studying medicine.
! y/ g8 g3 j, |: c/ H[02:03.51]Mike: Really? Where?
. G; ~( z4 Z8 O[02:06.98]Barb: At Harvard. What about you?
& W6 F4 c9 a$ [& L[02:11.06]Mike: I'm an engineer at IBM./ _7 U' u: g" f+ s; s1 @0 ?) x4 Y5 p
[02:14.90]Barb: Oh, are you? That sounds interesting.1 P9 P! S3 P  P" X! s6 G1 d
[02:19.65]Mike: Yeah. I like it. Hey, it looks like the food is ready.
1 G# h6 ~' u5 N* |) T4 f9 v7 x: a[02:25.01]Barb: Good. I'm starving.
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# }. C+ o# R1 D) c" ^( K[00:03.89]CONVERSATION 1" |* p6 u$ a. ?* h8 M
[00:08.86]TELL ME ABOUT YOUR FAMILY
' U+ O' R2 O# m. _/ A) Z[00:13.22]Announcer:National Flight 294 to Miami is delayed due to severe weather conditions.& S4 r4 y. u! u& j5 \8 D+ B6 z
[00:22.88]Please stand by or additional information.
2 _) Z* y) e( z: J[00:27.87]Maria: Oh no! I hate these long delays!- D! v/ d. V4 `; J- f
[00:34.40]Jim: I know. I can't wait to get home.
" R- b( u/ z) y: ?$ S' I[00:39.37]I've been on a business trip for a month.I really miss my family.! d" V6 M- a2 v! ]: i' O
[00:45.43]Maria: A month is a long time to be away.Do you have any children?: L0 k' J/ r* N5 r
[00:51.67]Jim: I have three. Two boys and girls. Would you like to see a picture?6 S; j- V( s  J9 w& `
[00:58.15]Maria: Oh, how nice! Now, who's this?
' P6 I" o) c$ w" n6 `% A# G[01:03.71]Jim: This is Judy, my oldest. She's twenty-four.6 R' V& P4 R6 D1 a; P
[01:09.07]Maria: Is she married?5 Y0 h9 D8 N0 Z) d0 _8 ~: {
[01:12.12]Jim: Yes, she is. And these are my two sons, Jamie and Julian.
  U& Z  g) q, X2 c[01:19.10]Maria: How old are they?
, p' B) x# k) T6 H- C- Z6 y% o[01:22.26]Jim: Jamie is twenty-one. He's in college now.
; |9 ^6 T. B$ Q- F! B% L2 V[01:27.12]Julian is seventeen, and that's my wife, Beth, next to my daughter.
1 u6 G) P! S. j; d' y# x- v4 ][01:33.96]Maria: Well, you certainly have a lovely-looking family.' @; M1 b: w+ j) F
[01:38.93]Jim: Thank you. So, tell me about your family.
8 y/ S) j" a' G8 @! K, [[01:44.07]Maria: My husband and I have a son, Tim.
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. w: g4 O; X3 Q5 O) i[00:04.41]CONVERSATION 1# `- g% Z5 |1 R$ ?2 E2 f
[00:09.38]DO YOU KNOW WHERE IT IS?, t# Z9 ?) n+ u+ n5 B
[00:13.92]Michelle: What are you doing?( b" R7 @8 q2 ^) q; b5 q8 Z
[00:18.49]Dominic: I'm cooking dinner tonight.6 S* L6 A5 e8 v) q% m+ g
[00:22.05]Michelle: That's great. Thank you. What are you making?! y) g9 v/ r+ _- W
[00:27.51]Dominic: A surprise. By the way, where do we keep the olive oil?1 w: ?3 o0 o7 W: U5 r- E4 R/ v6 d" a3 O
[00:33.25]Michelle: It's in the cabinet over the sink.
9 V) E0 l0 H+ T: M) K/ {. s& K[00:36.88]Dominic: In the cabinet over the ... I've got it.
; ~4 T  O4 T! R& V9 c' U, c[00:42.21]Thanks. And ... do you know where the big pot is?
5 v1 _* \7 n# Z( s( U- N; f[00:47.96]Michelle: It's in the drawer under the oven.
" ~  o8 a2 E- R& o: t& e& f[00:51.91]Dominic: OK. I'm ready. Now, what time do you want to eat?
) g1 w5 u9 b* U1 t, S[01:06.46]Michelle: Whenever it's ready, but what can I do to help?7 B! [$ I5 C, J% \4 g
[01:11.00]Dominic: Just stay out of the kitchen!1 F/ {/ s! ~# H$ ?0 O" y, W5 h2 c5 I
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[00:08.67]SEE YOU THEN!
" h+ r& F/ O% I; `: g[00:12.12]Karen: Greg, when is Sheila's birthday? Is it this week?
$ W8 v' S2 A. [4 H* E# _/ l4 f[00:19.49]Greg: Yeah, it's this Saturday, the twenty-eighth.
6 N% C: g$ ~4 ^; L- U- X[00:24.14]Karen: I'd really like to see her on her birthday.
1 o2 K6 |8 H- [+ N[00:28.71]Are you two doing anything?0 [6 w0 L4 ~0 p
[00:32.78]Greg: Well, yes, we have tickets to a concert at Carnegie Hall.9 T; d3 Q0 v5 ?. d
[00:38.84]Karen: What time does it start?% e: @6 x1 x& ]! C2 f8 \4 R
[00:42.61]Greg: It starts at 8:00.# Q9 a; H! ^3 n6 Z2 x* c1 P3 G7 e
[00:46.16]Karen: Hmmm ... I'm afraid I can't make it by then.
. }1 G2 S" b; |+ [; D. P3 W+ V[00:52.22]I have to work late on Saturday. Hold on ... I have an idea.
+ ^8 x" s5 \, J) |[00:59.77]What time does the concert end?
& U) M1 Z! I3 U7 v3 A& C[01:03.92]Greg: Pretty late. Probably around half-past eleven.
/ U, v$ B2 b2 X/ r1 D, A[01:09.49]Karen: Well, how about going to the Cafe Alfredo$ w" B6 A- P4 w% ~2 o" k
[01:14.53]for some coffee and birthday cake after the concert?I'll meet you there.; F7 l& F$ A1 \- F4 }, f# b
[01:20.88]Greg: Well, what time does the cafe close?: D2 A( G( H# O7 P0 i, x. z* ?  q
[01:25.26]Karen: It's open until at least 1:00.9 A, @2 A; N3 |  c# d
[01:29.52]Come on, admit it ... it's a fabulous idea.5 I; _8 L" g  J! o
[01:35.69]Greg: OK, OK, Karen. We'll see you then!
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[00:03.68]CONVERSATION 1# U) j/ x  O+ z' }8 j4 i
[00:08.72]HOW DO YOU LIKE THE CITY?
0 k3 a& Q& m* ^: N3 o[00:13.37]Marta: So, what do you think? How do you like New York?
1 h' U- ^0 C" j- @' X9 @% a- r; f( b8 i1 e5 F[00:19.83]Paul: I'm having a great time. I love it. I'm glad we came.
. C4 B! y1 m7 Y2 ~- ^9 b[00:25.99]Marta: Yeah. I really like the stores and the shopping.% k8 Z7 L! M/ d: R9 K" |
[00:31.35]Paul: I love the museums, too.
8 D" x" D$ P7 S3 h" L3 I[00:35.50]Marta: But the traffic is pretty bad.
6 S) N/ `3 q3 C/ w& ^8 V0 k[00:39.94]Paul: Yeah. I hate all this traffic. It's really noisy.
1 }6 Z0 Q- u0 S* F  q  e( ?[00:45.90]Marta: Listen, it's almost dinnertime.' d4 J4 Q* `. m/ u& B  ~8 L6 a
[00:50.76]There are lots of restaurant around here." w& N7 g& L6 G
[00:55.01]What do you want to try? Italian? Greek? Japanese? Thai?* O2 f8 U* |) T
[01:02.59]Paul: I can't stand making decisions. You choose!8 b+ {& ^; @! T7 l6 e2 x* m1 N9 a, A" u% K
[01:08.15]Marta: OK. Let's go American. Where's the nearest McDonald's?
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[00:03.68]CONVERSATION 1' `9 Z3 X+ k5 L% `' ]! `
[00:08.75]HOW ABOUT COMING WITH US?1 @. B0 z6 ?3 L2 V9 p- R1 t
[00:13.01]Debbie: Hi, Kenji.) A5 H8 f3 _' l% W! m
[00:17.45]Kenji: Hi, Debbie. Have a seat. How's it going?
  f, p  E9 l: G[00:22.91]Debbie: I'm OK. How are you doing?8 ~, {, w0 F2 T& i; o1 C- q
[00:27.48]Kenji: Pretty good. Listen ...: h% ~% J& q! k, G
[00:31.92]have you heard about the new Thai restaurant over on University Avenue?. E8 A* V" Y% @$ H# B+ X
[00:38.27]Debbie: Do you mean The Bangkok?! S$ A8 W" k, f9 h5 e" ?
[00:42.03]Kenji: That's the one.- o0 K  `4 q7 H: s  n6 ~& g( J
[00:45.19]A bunch of us are going there for dinner tomorrow night.* `/ J% e- U/ m. I3 _6 B
[00:50.76]How about coming with us?
( q/ `2 b0 I2 Q, G7 K[00:54.52]Debbie: Sure, I'd love to.# b) G* J$ |! {9 J
[00:58.17]Kenji: Great. I'll call and make reservations.* b- p0 G4 i3 ~9 E* Y4 k
[01:03.35]Debbie: Any time after 6:00 is good for me.Oh! I'm late! I have a class.6 D( A1 L1 A& S' P: J9 z. ]( ~- a1 K
[01:11.60]Kenji: All right. I'll call you tonight and tell you the time.
  O, u8 S; o5 [[01:16.96]Debbie: Great. Talk to you then.
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[00:02.98]CONVERSATION 1% e) F1 w; s- D- B% F
[00:08.25]COULD YOU HELP ME?
, T. b! A: G! P[00:11.62]Clerk: Hi. Can I help you with something?
* ]# f% \* b. ]6 [4 a' `[00:18.29]Paulina: Yes, please. We're looking for the men's department.6 o' k" s" i: C
[00:23.33]Clerk: It's right over there, by the escalator.+ ~' W) U& Y- j* L
[00:27.69]Diego: Here we are ... and here are the sport shirts.
0 j* M" W6 K" m% _[00:34.25]Paulina: Look at this one. The color is perfect for you!& n% m1 B) r" p: B' ~: l
[00:39.71]Diego: I like it, too. How much is it?. m6 x* f' m7 ~' h' P. U" M
[00:44.15]Paulina: It's on sale for $19.98.# S  h1 ?" D. D& x
[00:48.69]Diego: That's a good price. But I think they only have it in large,6 B1 Q5 [" v$ c+ r/ c3 V
[00:54.54]Paulina: Excuse me! Could you help me?
) U. t( ~- G$ U2 p/ V/ j[00:59.12]Clerk: Sure. What can I do for you?
2 @0 L) k% s! T[01:03.37]Paulina: Does this shirt come in medium?$ {+ ^% m+ e3 s. e2 w
[01:07.21]Clerk: Yes, it does. Here's a medium." z" @! M- {) U* {" _) Z# s, c
[01:11.58]Diego: Great. We'll take it.
% F# n0 f( [; L1 F[01:15.10]Clerk: Will that be cash or charge?
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, {1 S% r1 C* z2 G2 d[00:08.54]AND WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE?& J7 f( I' v+ ^" [2 i' o! {. f
[00:12.67]Ted: Everything looks good. What are you going to have, Julie?
1 D! F) E. l/ k% {$ M[00:19.33]Julie: I think I'll have the spaghetti and a salad.
8 D1 N, o. w7 p1 [/ u[00:24.08]How about you? What are you having?9 \5 j  ^3 W. D2 d) V1 D
[00:28.16]Ted: Spaghetti sounds good,but I feel like a steak.# E; O* L. T# V$ ?. K8 q
[00:33.31]I guess we're ready to order, Excuse me!% N( N' c% V3 x
[00:38.56]Waitress: Good evening. Have you decided yet?; ?, Q- X0 c; K/ I1 h6 d3 r) d
[00:42.92]Julie: Yes. I'll have the spaghetti and a salad.6 q. q2 q8 u3 K3 ^9 ?5 ^8 }
[00:47.96]Waitress: And what kind of dressing would you like on your salad?
0 T" S  J, h. _[00:52.72]Julie: I'd like oil and vinegar.
2 \7 e- E! X* J/ W[00:56.48]Waitress: OK. And what would you like, sir?
+ ~- r& L9 i( Z) g! R) Z[01:00.92]Ted: I'd like a steak, medium-rare, please.
5 M" g3 ?/ O+ D! F: q6 q  I[01:05.59]Waitress: Would you like soup or salad with that?- o# J1 Z3 F7 Z8 b
[01:10.14]Ted: What kind of soup do you have tonight?
1 ~) y$ _2 z) O  P/ _* E$ G0 G! y* G9 `- m[01:14.27]Waitress: Cream of mushroom and clam chowder.1 g" b9 r, x6 P; k+ K6 ~4 ^) l
[01:19.02]Ted: Clam chowder, please. And I'll have a baked potato and carrots.
# W0 y( ^. b% r  B+ }[01:25.50]Waitress: I'll be right back with your soup and salad.. w/ @7 B: B0 @* ?
[01:29.86]Julie: Thank you.
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+ x: W% n: i( A' M[00:04.00]CONVERSATION 1
' m6 V7 ]4 J+ K8 M6 Y( W[00:09.27]COULD I BORROW YOUR CAR?! G5 b* C8 v# d* f3 Y- B( ?& U
[00:13.53]Andy: What's the matter, Paul?
& C) g' ?  n9 E[00:18.78]Paul:Can you believe this?& R; D! ^& @. N
[00:22.31]I locked my keys in the car,and I have to go to the airport to pick up my aunt.
* M" J; V, ]6 n; v[00:29.07]Andy: So, what are you going to do?5 U# U6 g. ]( q! N$ D# p/ U# L* j0 E. Y
[00:32.73]Paul:I don't know ... Hey,do you think I could borrow your car for a few hours?
0 r- ?. V* m- P* ?" \, F- s[00:40.67]Andy: I'm sorry, but I really need it this afternoon.
. T9 i0 s8 T" u2 s2 v0 \[00:45.43]Paul: Well, could you drive me home? I have spare keys there.5 `- _: M9 t- p- y) A4 [' h
[00:52.19]Andy: Sure. That's no problem.2 Z3 T; P/ u, {
[00:56.03]Paul:Oh,and Andy?Do you have a quarter for the phone?My wallet's in the car.
! _( l7 A* W: m! A+ Y% l' a" ^8 _8 _[01:03.40]Andy: Here you go. Anything else?
3 T5 [, G" V) Q* [, l[01:08.15]Paul: No, that's it. Thanks. I really appreciate it.9 h) B, s7 I! V( ?1 V2 s* R, `

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[00:04.00]CONVERSATION 1
+ J8 V: v1 q  y# ]9 T( G. \[00:09.14]SO, WHERE ARE YOU FROM?  p  Z2 o1 d0 N  {
[00:13.69]Brad: So, Paula, where are you from?- X" h4 R( l4 l  S( x2 p4 {* C
[00:20.85]paula: I'm from Canada, originally.' b& E# B, P# z; e
[00:24.79]Brad: From Canada? Where were you born?
! b: R2 B8 o# K% t/ V[00:29.65]Paula: Montreal.
; x; Z) v! Y: P4 H. B[00:33.41]Brad: When did you come to Los Angeles?
2 t+ N  Q  ~- i' j( b: M$ A; ~[00:38.16]Paula: We moved here when I was fourteen.. u( o0 r2 \7 y
[00:42.42]Brad: Did you go to school here?
1 Q0 x0 B/ G+ A2 t  k: A0 I" E9 _7 S[00:46.26]Paula:Well,I went to high school here,but I went to college in Texas.
) R8 s; G, @( J! ~& `) @( \[00:52.74]Brad: Did you get a job right after graduation?
. Z& Y9 ~* h1 x' |, v/ Y[00:57.50]Paula:No,I traveled for a while in Europe after college," n; ^) i9 H+ W# Y: b
[01:03.06]and then I lived in France., U* ~$ q- d5 [& T& e6 j
[01:06.72]Brad: When was that?
7 j% u- p+ @$ o$ r4 ?[01:09.96]Paula: Let's see ... That was about six years ago.* \. J5 z2 `& r2 ]1 a# e" W5 x" }8 g% S
[01:16.41]Brad: I bet that was interesting. What did you do there?  {+ p- h' V9 S6 _  E/ c" f* b
[01:22.57]Paula: I studied French. Anyway ... that's enough about me.
% N. {; A) l' J6 g; @0 e[01:29.03]How about you? Were you born in L.A.?
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" U+ V+ N+ d; K% A6 t* C! p( q[00:03.58]CONVERSATION 10 e2 W  R' y! U4 X4 ~! J
[00:08.44]HAVE YOU EVER BEEN TO JAPAN?
1 H8 o) C  T' n+ {6 p/ ^[00:12.59]Jack: Have you ever been to Japan? I'm going in the fall., j3 `" M' G( S% |  W2 h9 L/ I
[00:18.96]Ted: Yeah, I've been there twice.
2 j  ?4 x8 Y; l2 Q' P. T9 v9 P[00:23.51]Jack: Really? Tell me about it. What's it like?$ |9 }0 g8 q: o7 z3 W2 b1 f8 {! a
[00:28.58]Ted: Oh, it's fantastic.0 u5 l5 u& }8 K
[00:32.63]Jack: Where did you go?: V% K+ r/ _/ x0 r" |% y# g8 @
[00:35.79]Ted: On my first trip I went to Tokyo,and on my second trip I visited Kyoto.' U( K9 k. i( @
[00:44.04]Jack: What did you think of Tokyo?; J) I( x! ~- j0 y0 p
[00:47.60]Ted: Very big and exciting, but very crowded, too.
! b6 s, @7 ~* u/ u. Z5 ~[00:53.55]Jack: Yeah. I've seen pictures of the crowds!
; W& s2 e8 Z. c% Z# J[00:58.12]Ted: And the restaurant are excellent ... but they're kind of expensive.
) I% E8 d+ M9 Y$ w[01:04.78]Jack: And how about Kyoto?
+ ]0 i$ h# I1 _) V! H[01:08.44]Ted: Kyoto is lovely. It's full of beautiful old temples and gardens.
" {+ f: L3 W  i6 p4 k[01:15.28]It's a very historic city.8 T2 S9 X% w$ e! s/ X4 [
[01:19.26]Jack: How was the weather?( Y7 l- V7 J  O
[01:22.81]Ted: I was in Tokyo in August, and it was really hot and humid.
5 z5 ?  P" K6 s! }5 k0 L[01:29.05]I went to Kyoto in October.It was hot and sunny, but there was no humidity.0 z3 b+ \. _5 _0 }/ n9 Y- T! }( T
[01:36.81]Jack: Sounds perfect. I can't wait!! L$ P4 f2 t, J7 A. |& ^# d

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! c8 Z4 J- P' \3 X  C/ G[00:03.50]CONVERSATION 1" c: O5 F5 @& a; ^% d. e
[00:08.36]WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO?
0 L- Z* k0 V8 C) }, H) l  @[00:12.33]Counselor: Only three more months to go!" n5 |: p. i' p+ ]  [2 I2 R4 z
[00:19.38]So, what are you going to do after you graduate, Donna?
/ @6 m- F3 A3 `) G5 P[00:24.71]Donna: I'm going to go to college in Ohio.1 y. D3 A" k& ^  o
[00:29.10]Counselor: Have you decided what you're going to major in?8 x9 y" X' V( M0 O* Z. J/ N1 R
[00:33.54]Donna: Uh-huh. I'm planning to study engineering.; H2 x7 g) z0 q  @/ U. s
[00:38.50]Counselor: That's a good field. And what about you, Simon?
8 [' w3 D+ y: R[00:43.36]Simon: My father is going to give me a job in his company.
) [: Z/ |; y9 ]# I! {2 Z# \[00:50.13]I'll probably work there about a year so I can learn the basics.
2 t' @. g3 x7 }1 W/ a$ q8 P; W[00:55.77]Counselor: And what are you doing after that?
) ?' m5 ^5 e# z* Y[00:59.74]Simon: After that I'm going back to school to get my degree in business.) s, G( _/ n: s
[01:05.59]Counselor: That sounds very practical. How about you, Fong?
1 `) K, Q* p1 i* _. B/ Z2 Z[01:10.66]What do you plan to do next year?, M5 x" P! R1 m0 G" h( e
[01:14.61]Fong: I'm planning to take it easy for a while.
6 G1 A. G7 z9 m3 ^- x[01:19.36]I'm going to spend some time traveling in Europe,
4 Z/ \2 \% k# o- W4 o[01:24.11]but I'm coming back after that to study.( L7 d  e: @1 L- Z  [  T5 W
[01:28.69]Counselor: How long will you be there?
5 x; _( ?* @* R5 `[01:32.21]Fong: Well, I'm leaving in June,
4 J/ ^. T0 M8 f+ T( R, u[01:36.94]and I'm coming home for Christmas, so I'll be there about six months.
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