Linda：Oh, Henry. I haven’t seen you in ages. Come in. Let me take your coat. How are you getting along?
Henry：Very well, thank you。
Linda：Please take a seat. Everything will be ready in a minute。
Henry：Can you bring me a glass of orange juice, please? I am quite thirsty。
Linda：Here you are。
(at the table)
Linda：Here you go. We have your cocktail and there’s salad, fried chicken, French fries and vanilla ice cream for dessert. Eat the chicken while it’s hot. It tastes better。
Henry：Wow! You’re right. Everything is absolutely delicious. Please pass the pepper。
Linda：Here you are. Taste the French fries。
Linda：Would y绍兴羊羔疯如何才能治疗ou like some more?
Henry：No more. Thank you。
Linda：Here’s to our friendship and health!
ATu Mao, I'm hungry, let's get something to eat.
BMe too. Is there a place nearby that we can get something to eat?
AThere's a Kentucky's not far ahead and there's a McDonald's in down street.
BKentucky's? Is that a chain restaurant?
ADon't you know about Kentucky's?
BI've heard about it, but never had one.
AThey sell pieces of fried chicken, you've got to try one this time.
BOK. Let's go.
Tom佳木斯癫痫病医院哪家最好: What did you have for lunch?
Martin: I had a chicken bento.
Tom: You brought it from home?
Martin: No, I bought it here on campus.
Tom: In the cafe?
Tom: How was it?
Martin: It was ok. It's better than most of the other food here and it wasn't too expensive.
Tom: Do you eat here a lot.
Martin: I try not to.
Tom: Why not?
Martin: It's a little more expensive and the quality isn't quite as good as I'd hope for the value.
Tom: More expensive than where?
Martin: More expensive than a small restaurant or a specialized chicken place down in town.
Tom: Really? I agree with you about the quality but I thought it was quite cheap up here.
Martin: I just find I can fin吉林癫痫病康复医院电话d a little better deal sometimes in town and a lot better quality for about the same price.
Tom: So about lunch, do you have lunch here?
Martin: Often? No.
Tom: What do you do for lunch?
Martin: I usually go home and eat. I'm not on campus that often.
Tom: Ok, yeah. 'Cause I kind of get stuck up here from morning until evening so I'm eating there everyday.
Martin: Everyday. Sorry to hear that.
Tom: What do you do for dinner, do you cook?
Martin: Yes I do, most often, usually just easy beef stir-fries or now and then go out...
Tom: Like chinese-style.
Martin: Yeah. Easier to cook than Japanese-style.
Tom: Do you shop everyday or do you go shopping once a week.
Martin: I usually shop every other day.
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Tom: Do you live on your own.
Martin: Yes. How about you?
Tom: Oh yeah, I live on my own.
Martin: That's always better sometimes.
Tom: With my cooking, it's not better that I live on my own.