Real English Conversation: New Friends

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One of the best ways to improve communication skills is to become familiar with the language by reading, building vocabulary, and discussing what you study in daily conversations. Helena Daily English blog provides the Daily English knowledge that you can study and then try to apply in everyday situations

A: Hey, Lia! It’s good to see you.

L: You, too. I haven’t seen you in a few days. How are you? How’s it going?

A: Not bad. I’m so busy with the classes I’m taking. How about you?

L: I’m okay. I know you’re busy with classes. My job’s really hectic this time of year, too. What’s new with you?

A: Nothing much. I’m on my way to the mall. I need some time off! Do you remember Lana?
She’s there. Ha! She’s always at the mall! I think a lot of our friends plan to just hang out at the mall tonight.

L: Who? Oh yeah. I remember Lana. She’s the one with the scary-looking dog. I don’t want to hang out with that dog!

A: Ha! You aren’t afraid of that little tiny dog, are you? Well, I’m sure Rover isn’t at the mall.

L: Actually, I’m headed to the mall later, anyway. There’s a huge sale going on. I think they’re open extra late.

A: Great! Maybe I’ll see you there.

L: Sounds good. We’re both good shoppers! If I get there before you leave, maybe I’ll see you.
After all, we aren’t leaving until we see all the sales. And I’m not leaving until I have some cute new

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casual: simple, not formal
hang out (also hang around): just spend time with friends, with no special activity
headed: going
hectic: very busy
hey: hi; also a word to get someone’s attention
huge: very, very, very big
mall: a large shopping center with stores and restaurants
sale: a short time of lower prices in a store
time off: relaxation time for yourself, away from your work
tricky: seems simple, but is a little complicated

Source: English The American way

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