W- Hello.. Wilma?
W- How are you? This is Alice.
A- Oh hi, Alice. Fine, thanks. And you?
A- Are you busy?
W- Well, Iíve done loads of things today.
A- Did you finally buy that television we saw in Dixons?
W- Yes. I finally decided it was worth the money.
A- Great! Can I come over and see it?
W- Not now! The kids are still asleep.
A- So when are you free?
W- How about Saturday?
W- By the way, what do you think about going for a picnic at the end of the month?
A- Thatís a good idea! I think Iíll be free then. Iíll see if Jane can join us.
W- What about the children?
A- Theyíre on holidays now.
W- When do their holidays end?
A- In about 3 weeks, so they're no problem. Besides, theyíve wanted to go somewhere for over two months. Theyíll definitely like your idea.
W- Oh! Itís already 1.45! I must fly. My lunch hour ends at 2 and Jack will do his nut [NEVER HEARD THIS IDIOM] if Iím late.
A- Right, Iíll phone you in the next couple of days to let you know if weíre coming.
W- Great. Bye!
A- Catch you later-- Bye!
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