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M:I hope you don’t mind but I want very much to watch the game this comingSunday.
W:I certainly do， but there’s not much I can do about it， is there？
M:Are you looking for someone？
W:Yes， I need to speak to Neil. He isn’t in this office.
M:He is talking to the boss at the moment.
W:What was the play about？
M:Well， this woman met this man…
W:Oh， love story as usual！
M:Actually they were brother and sister， but they hadn’t seen each other sincethey were babies because their parents broke up and took one child each.
W:This is a beautiful park. Shall we come again tomorrow？
M:Don’t we have to go shopping？
W:We can do that in the afternoon， and come here in the morning.
M:OK. And let’s bring Joe and Linda with us.
W:I want one pound of pork and three pounds of chicken.
M:The pork is $3.48 a pound and the chicken is $5.25 a pound.
W:OK， I think that will be all for me today.
M:I will buy a car this year.
W:That’s really good news.
M:I don’t know which brand I should go for， though.
W:Are you looking for some advice？
M:If you have any good ideas， please don’t keep them to yourself.
W:Well， I’ve always been partial to Ferrari’s cars， they have everything you’dever need.
M:No， they have everything you need， not me. I’m a family man now， remember？
W:Yeah， but imagine how great it would be to have a fast car to escape from yourwife and kids when they bother you too much！
M:That sounds tempting， but let’s be serious here. I need something that has alot of room， and I want it to be safe.
W:Maybe Volvo would be your thing.
M:That’s good advice. But I’m not sure Volvo is within the price range I’m aimingfor.
W:Then I’d suggest a Fiat.
W:Good morning， Sales and Marketing， may I help you？
M:Hello， I’m interested in the job you’ve advertised for a marketing assistant.
W:Certainly， sir. Can I take your name？
M:My name’s Sam Blunt.
W:Well， Mr. Blunt， what would you like to know？
M:First of all， about the duties.
W:Well， you have to carry out market research. You will mainly be responsible forcollecting the information and writing reports.
M:Oh， sounds interesting. Will there be opportunities to travel？
W:Not at first， but after you’ve been with the company for about six months， you’llbe expected to attend meetings in the branches in different cities.
M:OK， that’s fine， thank you. I’ve already sent my application form in， so I’mlooking forward to hearing from you.
W:Thank you for your interest， Mr. Blunt， and if you have any more questions，please call me any time.
M:I will do. Thank you very much. Bye.
W:Bye， Mr. Blunt.
W:So， I was just hanging out in Sydney last weekend.
M:I love Sydney. I mean if it wasn’t so expensive， I’d totally be there.
W:Me， too， exactly. You know， there are so many things to do and… （Theman’s cell phone rings.）
M:Oh， hold on. Hello， yeah， hey！ How’s it going？ No， no！ I mean， I… I can’tvisit you tonight！ I don’t think I can. Really？ I’ll call you back. All right！OK， bye！ I am sorry， what were you saying？
W:You know， I just have to say， I … I’m sorry， I hate it when people dothat. I think that it is so rude. When we’re having a conversation， and yourphone rings， and you just… You know， you are so involved in yourconversation and I am left hanging.
M:Yeah， I mean…
W:I think it’s rude.
M:I am sorry， I mean， when people call you， don’t you feel like… um… itcould be something important. I should at least check.
W:I actually…Don’t have a cell phone.
W:Are you ready to go to the concert？
M:Yes. Should we go there by bus so that we aren’t late？
W:Actually， why don’t we go there by bike？ We could get stuck in traffic if wetravel by bus in rush hour.
M:That’s true. Cycling is good for our environment， too. Let me just get myhelmet then.
W:Is your helmet comfortable？
M:Not really， but I liked the design， so I got it.
W:Maybe you should think about getting a round helmet; they’re better.
M:I’ll think about it.
W:Is that your new bicycle？
M:Yes， my father gave it to me for my birthday. Do you like it？
W:It’s the latest 10 speed cycling mountain bike. These are really expensive！
M:Nothing but the best from my dad. I like everything about it except for thebrakes. They are a bit sticky.
W:I can fix those for you. Is there anything else wrong with it？
M:Well， my saddle is too low for me. Do you know how to change the height？
W:That’s easy. It’s important to have the saddle high enough so that your legscan extend fully when you are on your bicycle.
Haveyou ever heard the old saying， “Never judge a book by its cover”？ Thisis a good rule to follow when trying to judge the intelligence of others. Somepeople have minds that shine only in certain situations. A young man with anunusual gift in creative writing may find himself speechless in the presence ofa pretty girl. He searches awkwardly for words and does not talk smoothly. Butdon’t make the mistake of thinking him stupid. With a pen and paper， he canexpress himself very well.
Otherpeople may fool you into overvaluing their intelligence by putting up a goodappearance. A student who listens attentively and takes notes in class is boundto make a favorable impression on his teachers. But when it comes to exams， hemay score near the bottom of the class. The main idea is you can’t judgesomeone by their appearances. The only way to determine a person’s intelligenceis to get to know him. Then you can observe how he reacts to differentsituations. The more situations you observe， the more accurate your judgment islikely to be. So take your time. Don’t judge the book by its cover.