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In this lesson, we will learn how to talk to someone about catching a bus.
Sam: Excuse me, I need some information.
Max: Sure. What is it?
Sam: Could you tell me when the next bus to Parkington Lane will be here?
Max: It’ll be here in ten minutes. You seem to be in a hurry.
Sam: Yeah, I have an interview. Are you sure it will be on time?
Max: Yup. It never gets late.
Sam: I’m counting on it.
Max: Good luck on the interview, man.
James: Good morning! Which stop?
Sam: Parkington Lane.
James: That would be 50 cents.
Sam: Sure. Would you have change for 10 dollars?
James: Are you sure you don’t have anything less than that?
Sam: Hmm..let me check. Oh, here you go. I have a buck.
James: That’s much better, thank you.
Sam: You’re welcome.
Sam: Excuse me. Could you give me some information, please?
James: Yes, sure. What do you need to know?
Sam: Well, I’ve never been to Parkington Lane before. Can you tell me when we get there?
James: Okay. No problem.
Sam: How far is it?
James: Four stops from here.
Sam: How long will it take?
James: About twenty minutes.
Sam: Okay, thanks.
Mark: Hey man, you look nervous. Is everything all right?
Sam: It’s just that I have an interview.You see...It’s an interview with my dream company.
Mark: Just calm down. I’m sure you’ll be just fine.
Sam: I hope so. Where are you going to?
Mark: I work on Wall Street.
Sam: Oh! My interview is with Lehmann Associates.
Mark: Well, that’s where I work. What’s your name?
Sam: Sam Worthington.
Mark: I guess you have an interview with Mark Mason then, am I right?
Sam: Yes, that’s right! How could you possibly know that?
Mark: Simply because I am Mark Mason!