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In this lesson, we will learn how to break the ice and start a conversation.
Jackson: Hey, how are you? I’m Jackson. It’s nice to meet you.
Karen: I’m Karen. Nice to meet you too.
Jakcson: I think you’re Jamie’s friend, right?
Karen: Yeah, Jamie invited me to the party. What about you?
Jackson: Well, I’m Jamie’s classmate. I saw you once with Jamie at a mall I think.
Karen: Actually, I’m Jamie’s cousin. I don’t live here but I visit him quite often.
Jackson: So. Are you enjoying the party?
Karen: Yes, I’m having fun! What about you? Do you like parties?
Jackson: I’m not much of a party-goer but this one is nice. I like the music.
Karen: So do I. Should we join the people at the dance floor?
Jackson: Sure, let’s go!
Penny: Hey, my name is Penny. I’m new to the class.
Suzanne: Oh, hi! I’m Suzanne.
Penny: I wanted to ask you something.
Suzanne: Sure. What is it?
Penny: Actually I’m also new in town and I’m not sure about my way back home. Can you help me?
Suzanne: No problem. Where do you live?
Penny: I live on George Street.
Suzanne: It’s not too far from the school and it’s on my way. We can go back together.
Penny: Oh! That would be great, thank you.
Penny: Hi, I’m looking for a particular novel. Can you help me out?
Karen: Sure. Which one is it?
Penny: Well, I want to buy Love Story by Erich Segal.
Karen: Oh, it’s really a great novel. I read it a long time ago.
Penny: And was it interesting? Did you like it?
Karen: A lot! I’ve read it many times.
Penny: I’ve been thinking about reading it for a long time. Maybe it’s time to actually do it.
Karen: Here! You will love this novel!
Penny: Thank you so much for your help.