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Lesson 1 - Greetings
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At the Police Station

Dialog
Read the dialog below.

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A - Hello?

B - Hi, Angie?

A - Yeah?

B - This is Brenda, Brenda Rivers.

A - Brenda Rivers?  I haven't seen you since high school.  How have you been?

B - I've been great!

A - Are you still living in San Diego?

B - No.  I moved to Chicago two years ago.  I got a job at a big company here as a writer for a fashion magazine. 

A - Really?

B - Yeah.  I've worked at Fashion Now magazine since I moved here.

A - Wow!  That sounds like an exciting job.

B - Oh.  It's great.  I've always loved fashion.  It's really exciting.  I've met a lot of famous designers already.  Actually, I'm calling because I'm in love and I'm getting married.

A - Wow!  Good for you.  How did you meet the guy?

B - He works for Fashion Now magazine too.  He's a photographer.  We're going to get married in September and I want you to be the maid of honor.

A - Me?  Wow!  I'd love to.  

B - You'll have to fly out here to get measured for a bridesmaid's dress.  

A - Ok.  I have some vacation time available.  I could go next month.

B - Great!  I'll show you around Chicago while you're here.  You'll love it.

A - I've always wanted to see Chicago.

B - Well, I need to go.  We're meeting with the pastor tonight to plan the ceremony.  E-mail me and let me know about your life.  My e-mail is brivers@fashionnow.com. 

A - Ok.  I can't wait to see you.

 

Practice
Write the words in order to form sentences. 

1. since   I   seen   you   high   haven't   school  . 
   
   

2. been   have   How   you   ?
   
   

3. Fashion Now   moved   I've   since   here   magazine   I   worked   at   .
   
   

4. of   met   a lot   designers   I've   famous   .
   
   

5. loved   always   have   I   fashion   .
   
   

 

 

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