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Spring Break

Spring Break

Date: Apr 10 2000


1. Learn Vocabulary - Learn some new vocabulary before you start the lesson.

2. Read and Prepare - Read the introduction and prepare to hear the audio.

John and Migs are talking about taking a little vacation from their work at Ebaby!


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2. Study - Read the dialog again to see how the vocab words are used.




John:  So, what do you want to do for Spring Break this year?

Migs:  Spring Break? We’re not students anymore. We’ve got jobs, responsibilities.

John:  I know, but we deserve a couple days off from this

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Migs:  That’s true. I could use some R&R. But uh, what should we do?

John:  I don’t know, I’ve got a friend up in Seattle. He might let us shack up at his place. I should give him a call.

Migs:  Yeah, you should but umm… I’m really low on money. Ah…

John:  That’s what I’m sayin’. We stay with him and we don’t have to pay any money for a hotel, just gas and going out.

Migs:  Oh, now I like the sounds of that. So give him a call today.

John:  Alright, I’ll call him tonight and then I’ll let you know.

Migs:  Alright, word.

John:  Alright.


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Spring Break is usually just for students since businesses don’t usually let their employees take time off. But, we’ve been working so hard lately that we think a couple days away from our computers would be healthy. We’re told that our voices sound the same. Can you tell the difference? Talk to you soon,—Doc


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