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介绍:You should learn to speak English by imitating. You do not read widely enough, nor carefully enough. You should learn to speak English by imitating. Apartments Neighborhoods #Conversation 1 Jackie: Hey Pamela, its Jackie. Pamela: Jackie, hi

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  You should learn to speak English by imitating.

  You do not read widely enough, nor carefully enough.

  You should learn to speak English by imitating.

  Apartments & Neighborhoods

  #Conversation 1

  Jackie: Hey Pamela, it’s Jackie.

  Pamela: Jackie, hi! How’s the apartment hunt going?

  Jackie: Actually, I just signed the lease on an apartment in Flatbush.

  Pamela: Flatbush? Isn’t it a sketchy neighborhood?

  Jackie: Well, it’s a working-class area. Some of the buildings are a little run-down, but it’s actually quite safe.

  Pamela: Oh, that’s good to hear. So tell me about your new place!

  Jackie: I love it! The building is clean and quiet, the appliances in the kitchen are all brand-new, and there are huge windows that let in a lot of natural light. The bathroom is a little cramped, but it doesn’t bother me too much.

  Pamela: Is it in one of those high-rise apartment complexes?

  Jackie: No no, it’s in a 3-story walk-up. I’ll definitely get my exercise going up and down three flights of stairs every day!

  Pamela: Hey, it saves you money on a gym membership. What’s the commute like?

  Jackie: It’s great, it’s just twenty minutes.

  Pamela: Lucky you! Do you have a roommate?

  Jackie: Nope – I like having the place to myself. So tell me, how’s life in the suburbs treating you?

  Pamela: It’s pretty nice. We’re renting a very spacious house for a fraction of what we used to pay in New York. It has a huge backyard, which is great for the kids to play in. You’re welcome to visit anytime you need a break from the city.

  Jackie: Thanks – I’ll definitely take you up on that sometime!

  Ordering Drinks

  #Conversation 2

  Bartender: Hi there. What can I get for ya?

  Christine: What do you have on tap?

  Bartender: Guinness, Heineken, Corona and Sam Adams.

  Christine: Hmm…on second thought, I’d like something a little stronger. Do you have any drink specials?

  Bartender: It’s happy hour, so all our cocktails are half-price.

  Christine: All right, I’ll have a strawberry daiquiri.

  Bartender: Coming right up.

  Bartender: Do you wanna start a tab?

  Christine: No, that’s OK. How much do I owe ya?

  Bartender: $4.25.

  (she gives him $5.)

  Bartender: Here’s your change.

  Christine: That’s OK.

  Ordering Coffee

  Can I get …?

  Could I have …?

  I’d like ….

  I’ll have ….

  iced coffee

  black coffee

  coffee with milk

  coffee with soy milk

  small, medium, or large

  regular coffee

  decaf coffee

  with whipped cream

  espresso

  americano

  latte

  cappuccino

  macchiato

  mocha

  hazelnut

  caramel

  vanilla

  Ordering Coffee

  Can I get a medium black decaf coffee?

  Could I have a large iced coffee with soy milk?

  I’ll have a large mocha with whipped cream.

  I’d like a small latte.

  Can I get a medium cappuccino.

  Don’t fill it to the rim of the cup.

  For here or to go?
 

  You should use no construction, no form of

  expression and no combination of words,

  that you haven’t read in your reading.

  You cannot possibly write a good one if you have never read any.