Manager: Where’s Mr. Davidson? Assistant: Oh, he’s … London today.
Amirah: Do you like cats? Chris: No, but there ... lots of other animals I like.
Andrew: Where … Alicia come from? Martin: I think she’s from the United States.
Teacher: Tell me something about your parents, Lucas. Student: My mother and father… both very tall.
Ayla: That’s a nice table, Sophie! Is it new? Sophie: Oh no, it’s my… old dining table.
Emma: What do you do after school? Chloe: I see my friends. Do you visit people, too? Emma: No, I… go out.
Alex: I’d like to make a cake… eggs have we got? Andrea: Three, I think. Let me check.
Father: Are we ready to go? Daughter: No, Mum can’t find… hat.
Mother: Where’s that fish I bought? It was on the table. Daughter: Oh no! The cat… it.
Amanda: I like your new sofa. Fahima: Thanks. It’s… comfortable than the other one we had.
Karina: When do you want to play football? Aniqa: I… to play tomorrow, because I don’t need to go to work.
Manisha: What did you do at the weekend? Nicola: I… tennis with my friend on Saturday.
Wife: Have we got any cheese in the fridge? Husband: No, we haven’t. I’m… buy some this afternoon.
Miriam: Are you coming to my party on Tuesday? Brian: I’m really sorry, but I… to take my daughter to the airport.
Saif: Why do you like running? Isabella: Because it’s … way to keep fit.
Josef: Why didn’t you come to the cinema last week? Chloe: I wanted to but I couldn’t. I… studying for that test we had on Monday.
Anna: That bird’s on the garden table again. I think it’s hungry. Juliana: Yes, look! It… eat the bread we put there.
David: Have you… that new film yet? Susanna: No, I haven’t. We could go on Thursday if you like?
Wife: Advertising is a big business for musicians. Husband: Yes, musicians… a lot of money for writing short pieces of music.
Son: Mum, I’d really like a guitar. Can I have one? Mother: OK, but if we buy one, you... have to practice playing it.
Juliana: Do you like Brazilian coffee? Miriodere: No I don’t, because it’s… strong.
Daughter: Mum, my computer is broken again. I really need a new one. Mother: I… buy one if we had the money, but it’s not possible right now.
Martina: What did the doctor say about your stomach pains? Padma: He asked me what I… for the last two days.
Vincent: Did you see the weather forecast? It’s going to be extremely hot this weekend. Pauline: I know, I can’t believe it! It… since Monday.
Ameena: What colour are you going to paint the living room? Charlotte: I… probably choose something bright, like yellow.
Victor: I’d love to go back in history to see how people lived hundreds of years ago. Simon: Me too! If I… choose, I’d probably travel to ancient Rome.
Stephen: The concert was fantastic yesterday. You…have come. Yuuto: I know. I wanted to, but I had to work late.
Katie: Would you like to go sightseeing or to the beach this afternoon? Matthew: I don’t mind, I’ll let you decide. Katie: OK, let’s go sightseeing,… we?
Amanda: It said on the news that the president also owns all the national newspapers. Andrew: That… be right! I don’t think that’s true.
Assistant: That meeting was really difficult. What would you have done if you… in my position? Manager: Oh, I think you managed it very well.
Natalia: My new smartphone doesn’t seem to work. Katie: Oh dear! Perhaps you should take it… and ask for a refund.
Chris: I wish I could be with our cousins. Alison: Me too! By this time tomorrow they… on a Greek beach while we’re revising for our history test.
Son: Are you OK, Mum? You don’t seem very relaxed. Mother: I just wish I… an aisle seat so that I could get up and walk around more easily.
Nicola: I love this picture, but won’t it cost a fortune? Victor: No, it’s just a copy. The original, …is a portrait of the artist’s friend, sold for €4 million!
Laura: I can’t believe how talented this artist was. Emily: I know, it’s amazing... he was almost 90 when he did them, his paintings are beautiful.
Client: I don’t have much money – just enough to ... Accountant: Well, let me suggest a way of helping you save more.
Student: Is it true that it took Bell and Watson ages to invent the telephone? Teacher: Yes. When they finally succeeded, they… on it for about 30 years.
Rachel: This would be a lovely place to sit on a dry day. Natasha: Yes, I know. I just wish the rain …
Student: What’s today’s lesson going to be about? Teacher: Today we’re going to learn about a tribe…descendants live in Lima, the capital of Peru.
Andrea: Did your town have a good market? Katie: Yes. When I was young we… there every Saturday looking for bargains.
David: Did you see the headline this evening? Nicola: Yes – the Prime Minister was… to resign today.
Student: I’m concerned about the chemical test results I’ve just had from the river. Professor: It… be a good idea to check the acid levels as well then.
Liam: So, your Dad’s got a laptop! Cian: Yes, I bought it for him last year – until then he…a typewriter!
Isabella: The flight is fully booked, so I won’t be able to go to Barbados next week. Safia: If you… the ticket sooner, you’d have found a seat.
Receptionist: You… taken a taxi to the hotel since you arrived so late. Customer: It was OK, actually. There was a direct bus service from the airport.
Sophie: Have they finished interviewing for the manager’s position yet? Rafi: No, but they… all the candidates by next Friday.
Laura: That’s a really beautiful painting. The colours are so vivid. Jeremy: Yes, it’s amazing to think it was lost for years and ...
Pauline: I hear you got soaked on the golf course this morning. Chris: Yes. I wish I… listened to the weather forecast.
Laura: How was the meeting? Ricardo: It finished late because Victor didn’t arrive until 5 pm. He told me he …been given the wrong directions.
Andrew: I picked up some of that cat food you wanted. Pedro: Oh good. Once… to these new cat biscuits, they won’t want to go back to the other stuff.