M: Where did you get that book, Suzie? Did Mom get it? I don't remember buying it for you.
W: Deborah lent it to me. Everyone's reading it. I have to give it to Hannah when I finish reading it.
W: Should I take a taxi or a bus to the town center?
M: You can take either, but the train goes directly there. It's cheaper, too.
W: Thanks. I'll do that instead.
M: I'll take six of these shirts: two red shirts, one blue shirt and three green shirts.
W: I'm sorry. We are out of the blue ones.
M: OK. I guess I'll just take the two red ones and the three green ones.
W: Jack, have you brushed your teeth?
M: No, I already brushed them this morning. I'm busy playing my X-Box!
W: Jack, you know you have to brush them twice a day. Dr. Brunswick said so. Don't talk back. Just go do it now.
M: Finally! I'm done with this math test. I'm going to make the most of my free time.
W: So, you're going to Henry's picnic?
M: No, I'm going to visit the library. I've reserved a study room, and there are science experts available there all weekend.
M: Good morning. I'd like to buy a cake.
W: No problem, sir. We have many cakes here. What size would you like?
M: Well, it's for my co-worker's birthday. There are fourteen people in the office.
W: Well, this cake feeds twelve people, and this one behind it feeds twenty.
M: I'll take the bigger one... It's better to have too much than not enough.
W: Sounds good. Do you want it delivered?
M: Yes. Can you deliver it to my office? The birthday party will be after work, in a park near the office.
M: I'd like to check out. Here's my key card.
W: Thank you, Mr. Johnson. And here's your bill.
M: Many thanks. Wow! I sure spent a lot of money in this hotel!
W: I hope your stay was pleasant.
M: Uh, yeah. This could be a great hotel if you got rid of all the insects. And you should improve the food you serve.
W: I'm so sorry. Well, to make you feel better, we'll offer you a free stay in any of our hotels.
W: I'm glad these small problems didn't ruin your visit.
M: Yeah, the city itself is great. I liked coming here a lot.
W: Good to hear you had some wonderful experiences.
M: I did. And I met so many helpful people.
W: Have a pleasant trip home.
M: Hi, Grandma! I'm calling to say happy birthday. I hope you're having a good day.
W: Thank you, Michael! It's great to hear from you. It's been a while since we've talked.
M: I know, Grandma. I'm sorry. I've been so busy with school and activities lately. I'm captain of the basketball team this year. And I'm also applying to colleges for next fall.
W: Oh, Michael, I'm so proud of you! You're a very accomplished young man. Do you know where you want to go to college?
M: I really want to go to the University of Southern California, but they might not let me in! It's a very good school, and it's very difficult to be accepted there.
W: Well, I'm sure they will take you, honey. You're a special young man. You've really made your grandfather and me so proud.
W: I can help the next person in line.
M: That's me. Hi! I need to mail this package.
W: Okay, great. Where is it going?
M: It's going to St. Louis, Missouri. And I need it to get there as fast as possible. It's my mother's birthday present, and her birthday is tomorrow. I don't want it to be late.
W: Okay, sir. I can do that. We'll have to deliver it overnight, which will cost extra money. Let's see...It will be ＄32.50 to get the package there tomorrow. Will you pay with a credit card or cash?
M: I have cash. And please mark "FRAGILE" on the box.
W: What is in here, sir? Is there anything dangerous? Any liquids or chemicals?
M: No, there is just a box of chocolates and a cup. But I don't want the cup to break.
W: Okay, sir. We will have it leaving Atlanta and arriving in St. Louis tomorrow, by way of Memphis. Here's your receipt, and have a great day!
Good afternoon, viewers. Thanks for tuning in to your local News Channel 5 in Tulsa, for the latest weather report around town! It's Monday, April 9th, and I have some important weather news for you today. Later this evening, we will be getting some rain, which will increase throughout the night. By morning, we will have a bad thunderstorm. So, when you go to work tomorrow, be sure to take your umbrella and rain boots! Let's also look at the weather report for the week. The storm will not be passing for several days, until Sunday. In fact, on Saturday, we may have a chance of a tornado. This could be serious, folks. Tornado activity is starting in Springfield and may move into Oklahoma City, which means we'd be next. In case of a tornado, you should probably store up some basic supplies, like bottles of water and canned foods — just in case. Thanks again for watching, folks, and tune in again soon for your most updated weather news in town!