Easy Listening – Practical and Social English #5

If you would like to improve your English speaking and listening, watch this video from New English File Elementary. The conversations are written under the video. Listen carefully and repeat what you hear:

Conversation 1: Buying a present

Sales Assistant: Can I help you?
Allie: How much is that T-shirt?
S: It’s $15:60.
A: Sorry. How much did you say?
S: Fifteen sixty.
A: And how much are those mugs?
S: The big mugs are $10:25 and the small ones are $8:75.
A: Can I have a big mug please?
S: Here you are. Anything else?
A: Do you have birthday cards?
S: Sorry. We’ve only got post cards.
A: Oh well, just the mug then.
S: Sure. That’s $10:25.
A: Here you are.
S: Have you got the 25 (cents)?
A: Ah … yes. Here.
S: Thanks.
A: Thank you.
S: Bye.
A: Bye.


Conversation 2: Social English

Mark: Hi, Allie. Wow! You look great! Nice dress.
Allie: Oh, thank-you. This is for you … for your birthday. I bought you a little present. Oh no! I hope it isn’t broken.
M: It’s a mug. … It was a mug. Thanks Allie.
A: I don’t believe it. I’m sorry Mark.
M: No problem. It was really nice of you.
A: I’ll get you another one tomorrow.
M: Don’t worry. Listen, did you call a taxi to go to the restaurant?
A: No, I have my car outside. Come on. It’s time to go. I booked the table for eight and I’m not sure exactly where the restaurant is.
M: Hey, Allie. Relax. This isn’t work. This is a night out.
A: Sorry. I’m a bit stressed today. Okay. Let’s go.


 Click here for Easy Listening – Practical & Social English #4

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