M: I usually do some reading instead of going shopping on Sundays.
W: But I enjoy going swimming.
M: Do you think we have made enough food for the party?
W: The refrigerator is about to explode.
M: Have you got a single room for two nights?
W: Yes. You can have a room facing the sea.
M: What's the price?
W: ＄34 a night with a shower.
W: Excuse me, Professor Davidson, but I am hoping to talk to you about my class project for physics.
M: I have a class in a few minutes. Why don't you come and see me during office hours tomorrow?
M: According to the report, about 90 percent of the students did quite well in history, but only 70 percent in literature.
W: Well. I still think that history is a little more complicated than literature.
M: I've counted this money three times, but I can't get the right amount.
W: Well, what did you start with, Fred? ＄120?
M: Yes. We have two fifties, a ten, and two fives.
W: OK, and you sold a key chain — that's five dollars... and two notebooks — that's another two dollars, right?
M: Yes, that's right. But no matter what I do, I always have an extra dollar.
W: Well, we can't close the store until the numbers are right. Let me have a look.
M: Be my guest, Stephanie.
W: It was very kind of you to give me a tour of the place. It gave me a good idea of your product range.
M: It's a pleasure to show our factory to our customers. What's your general impression, may I ask?
W: Very impressive, indeed, especially the speed of your NW Model.
M: That's our latest development — a product with high performance. We put it into the market just two months ago.
W: The machine gives you an advantage over your competitors, I guess.
M: Certainly. No one can match us as far as speed is concerned.
W: Could you give me some brochures for that machine? And the price if possible.
M: Right. Here are our sales catalogue and instructions.
W: Thank you. I think we may be able to work together in the future.
W: How was your last day of school, Johnny? Tell me all about it.
M: It was so much fun, Mom! Right after lunch, we watched the school's performance The Wizard of Oz.
W: Don't you have a couple of friends in that play?
M: Yeah. Chris and Lina were in the play.
W: How did the awards go? Did you win anything?
M: The awards were boring. I won "Most Improved Musician" and "Outstanding Achievement in Math".
W: But that's great! Why was it boring?
M: Because after our awards, we had to watch the 9th and 10th graders get theirs. Those younger kids always take so long!
W: What about your friends?
M: Mary won "Best Athlete" and Paul won "Outstanding Academic Achievement".
W: Good for them. Are you going somewhere this evening? I was just about to make some dinner.
M: We have the school dance, remember? I'm going to shower and go back to school.
W: All right. Have a good time!
M: What's wrong, Kathy? You look disappointed.
W: I didn't get into the course I wanted to, which means I have to take it next term.
M: I remember you said you wanted to get into psychology. Was it that?
W: No, it was ecology. I'm in psychology now. Apparently, it is recommended to take them at the same time.
M: One term is not a long time. What's the big deal?
W: Because I'm taking four classes next term, and one of them is criminal behavior, which is really hard. I don't know how I'm going to manage another one.
M: That is two more than I'm taking. You are going to be so busy.
W: I know! Anyway, enough about me. How are your classes going?
M: Tough. In order to get my engineering certificate, I have to take all these advanced math classes. My professor isn't very nice, either.
W: I've been lucky with my professors. We have interesting lectures, and I can tell they love what they're doing. I hope one day I will be someone like them.
M: You will. I know it.
W: Huacachina is a remote village in the country of Peru. After flying into the capital of Lima, you need to take a bus to Ica. If you like visiting ancient temples, you can go to Comatrana instead. It is nearer to Huacachina than Ica. Keep in mind that taxis here will charge you more money, because they are the only way into Huacachina. Fortunately, it is only a 20-minute ride. Once you get to Huacachina, you will realize it is completely surrounded by desert as far as the eyes can see. In the middle of the small village is a small natural lake. Villagers say the lake looks like a mirror, and that the blue sky above looks like an upside-down ocean. The mud from its green waters is said to have deep curing qualities. For entertainment you can bathe in the lake, drive sand vehicles, or explore the village, which takes less than 10 minutes to walk across. If you want a peaceful vacation in a unique place, Huacachina is the hidden treasure you are looking for.