1. W: The tea is great. Where did you buy it?
M: It’s Longjing Tea. I bought it in Beijing.
2. W: What time is it now?
M: It’s 2:00 pm and the party will begin in thirty minutes.
3. W: Jeff, these stamps look nice. Did you get them from the post office?
M: No, I got them from my uncle. He collects stamps.
4. W: How are your Chinese lessons going?
M: Oh, I’m learning very slowly. I think Chinese is more difficult than English.
W :Really? But I think Chinese is quite easy.
5. W: Excuse me, could you please tell me where the No.7 bus stop is? I’d like to go to the science museum.
M: Well, just go straight and turn left at the second crossing. You can find it on your left.
W: Hi, Andy. Nice to see you again. We haven’t seen each other for a long time.
M: Yes, we haven’t seen each other since we left school two years ago. You have changed a lot. You used to wear T-shirts, but it’s the first time I have seen you in a business suit.
W: Yeah, I don’t like suits. But now I work in a bank, so I have to.
W: Good afternoon. What can I do for you?
M: I want to buy a coat for my daughter’s birthday.
W: What about the pink one? It is made of wool. It’s light and warm.
M: Oh, not bad, but do you have any other colors?
W: Look at the red one. Many young girls like it very much.
M: The red one looks much better. How much does it cost?
M: OK. I’ll take it.