Friday, February 26, 2010

Bored - Interactive Practice

A: "Hey there. What have you been up to?"

B: "Nothing really."

A: "How about your work?"

B: "It's so boring there. I really wish I had a different job."

A: "Is it really that bad?"

B: "Yeah. Most of the time, I have nothing to do. But whenever I have something to do, it's boring work because it is the same old thing."

A: "Why don't you find a different job then?"

B: "Maybe I should."

A: "Hi Steve, what's your plan for tonight?"

B: "I don't have any plans. Are you doing anything special?"

A: "Well, if you're bored, let's plan on meeting up tonight."

B: "That sounds like a good idea. Should we invite Bob?"

A: "He's a little boring."

B: "What do you mean?"

A: "Well, he doesn't drink, play video games, pool, or really anything. The only thing he talks about is history."

B: "You do have a point. We'll leave him out tonight."

A: "Aright. Let's meet at 8:30 in front of the university bookstore."

B: "Perfect. I'll see you later tonight."

A: "Hello"

B: "Hi Jane"

A: "Oh, hi Jill."

B: "What are you doing?"

A: "I'm doing the laundry."

B: "I'm so bored. I have nothing to do."

A: "Why don't you come over and help me with the laundry?"

B: "I'd rather do my own house chores. Hey, you wanna take a break from your house work and have coffee at Starbucks with me?"

A: "Sure, that sounds great. I'll meet you there in thirty minutes."

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