“Excuse me, I’m a complete stranger here. How can I get to the Metropol Cinema?”
“Oh, it’s quite near. Go straight ahead and then take the first turning to the left. You can’t miss it.”
“Thank you very much."
“Does the radio bother you?’’
“Yes, turn it off if you don’t mind."
“There, you can work here quietly. Nothing will trouble you now, I hope.”
“Thank you, it’s very nice of you.”
“Good morning, Mr Green. I hear'some new people have come to live next door to you.”
“Yes, that’s right. Their name’s Thompson.”
"Have you spoken to any of them yet?”
“I’ve met the husband and I liked him very much, but I haven’t had a word with the others yet.
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Peter met George in the street and after the usual greet ings asked him whether he had really decided to get a new job. George said he had found a job that had to do with medicine ['medsinj. Peter asked whether this was a firm decision, and George answered that it was, because he was interested in medicine and planned to enter a med ical college the next year.
Jane told Jill that she was going to buy a birthday present for her brother. Jill asked what she was going to give him, but Jane answered that she hadn’t the slightest idea yet. Jill advised her to go to a souvenir ['su.vaniaj shop and look for something there. Jane liked the idea. Only she said that she’d rather drop in at a small shop near their house first because she was afraid the souvenir shop would be crowded and she didn’t have much time left, but she asked Jill to go to the souvenir shop with her if she didn’t find anything suitable in the small shop. She added that she wouldn’t be a minute, and Jill agreed to help her friend.