M: Hey, Joanne. What's up? Are you heading to the beach, too?
W: I'm trying to get there as fast as I can. I need to deposit some money at the bank and mail some letters at the post office. But first, I've really got to find a ladies' room!
W: Have you looked in the mirror today?
M: Uh, not since I woke up this morning. Why?Did I forget to do my hair or something?
W: Well, let's just say that green ties and pink shirts don't really mix...
M: I'm starving! What have you got to eat around here?
W: Um, not much. I really wasn't expecting anyone to come over, so...
M: All you have in here is some salad and one of those health drinks that only girls drink...
W: Look. I don't show up at your door without calling and criticize your food, do I?
W: Do you have any idea what time it is now? Have you ever heard your phone?
M: I'm sorry. But my phone ran out of power. I got back here as fast as I could because I knew you'd be worried.
W: Hi, James! It's me, Diane. Oh, I'm so glad I caught you. I was just talking to Drake, and...
M: I'm sorry. But I think you dialed the wrong number. My name is Daniel.
M:Did you see that?
M: Look over there at that man on the bicycle.
W: Oh, why did you tell me to look? He doesn't have any clothes on!
M: There's another and another one! There are about twenty of them riding together.
W: Why are they riding bikes without clothes? I thought being like that in public was against the law!
M: Not here...In San Francisco, it's legal.
W: Let's go walk somewhere else. It offends me.
M: I think it's pretty funny. But the last thing I'd do without clothes on is ride a bike.
W: The last thing I'd do in this cold city is take off my clothes!
M: Good afternoon, ma'am. How can we help you at Loan Finder?
W: Hello. I'd like to take out a loan to buy a house.
M: All right. First, we'll need to see your bank statement and credit report. We'll also need a list of all the property you own — houses, land, cars, even shared vacation homes.
W: OK, well, I don't own any of those.
M: Fine. We also need a copy of your tax returns for the last five years.
W: Really? I don't know if I even kept copies that long.
M: You can ask the government to send you copies. Some more documents we need are your driver's license or other forms of ID, marriage certificate, and passport. If you've taken out any other loans in the past three years, we need to have that information too.
W: Wow, that's a lot of information! Do you need to read all of my personal emails too?
M: What's the temperature today?
W: It's about 5℃.
M: What's the weather forecast for tomorrow?
W: The weatherman says it's going to snow tomorrow.
M: Are you used to the climate here?
W: Yes, I think so.
M: What is the average temperature here?
W: It's about 18℃, but in winter the temperature may fall to 10-15 degrees below zero. And we have a long winter.
M: Which season do you like best?
W: I prefer spring when little by little everything becomes green and the weather is almost always nice.
W: Look at the wonderful view from here! It feels like we're at the top of the world!
M: Yes, it is a very nice view. You can see the whole city from this spot.
W: It looks so beautiful! I didn't know London could be this pretty. Look at all the lights!
M: Yeah, I know. I used to come here when I was a little child.
W: This place must be very special to you, then.
M: Yes, it is. I used to come here with my family at night to watch the shooting stars.
W: Did you see a lot of shooting stars?
M: Sometimes there were, sometimes there weren't. But I liked coming here even if we didn't see any.
W: Did you ever see any wild animals? I heard there are wolves around here. I think it might be scary to see a wolf at night. Did you ever see one?
M: I've never seen a wolf, because there aren't any wolves in England anymore. Sometimes deer cross the road in the evening. I've seen many different kinds of birds flying before sunset. Once, I thought I saw a bear. I was a little afraid, especially when it stood up on its back legs. It started coming toward me in the dark.
W: Did you run?
M: No. It started talking to me, actually. I was surprised, but then I saw it was just my dad. He'd been looking for something he dropped on the ground.
A white dog named Bubbles was lost near the north entrance to Central Park on Wednesday, June 5th. Bubbles was last seen wearing a dark brown leather collar. Attached to the collar is a pink name tag with her address and phone number on it. Bubbles is a seven-year-old female dog with short hair. She weighs about five pounds and is very smart. She can sit and wait to be given food, play catch, roll over, and play dead. Bubbles is a member of our family，and we miss her very much. We got Bubbles as a two-month-old puppy when our daughter was only three years old. Bubbles slept with her every night. Now, our daughter cries herself to sleep every night because she misses her best friend. Bubbles brought such love and happiness to our family. Please help us find her. We are offering a reward of $1,000 to anyone who finds and returns this precious member of our family to us.
If you have seen Bubbles or know where she is, call us at (206) 452 - 9716.