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    #1

    Please proofread these short conversations.

    What do you think of these short conversations below? If they include errors ,

    please make them proper. Or if answers sounds awkward to the

    questions, please let me know. Thank you.

    1. W: Do you think it is OK if I skip the class today?
    M: As long as it's your first time and last time.

    2. W: What was wrong with you on last Wednesday?
    M: Sorry, I lost my temper.

    3. M: What's new?
    W: Nothing much. I just stick around at home.

    4. M: Ma'am, this used computer is in good condition. It's a good buy.
    W: Well, it's still out of my budget.

    5. W: How do you like your steak cooked?
    M: I like it rare and juicy.


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    #2

    Re: Please proofread these short conversations.


    2. W: What was wrong with you on last Wednesday?
    M: Sorry, I lost my temper.
    What was wrong with you LAST Wednesday?

    The 'on' isn't required.

    Have fun!

    Anji.

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    #3

    Re: Please proofread these short conversations.

    Thank you, Anji..


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    Re: Please proofread these short conversations.

    Quote Originally Posted by juliana0403 View Post
    What do you think of these short conversations below? If they include errors ,

    please make them proper. Or if answers to the

    questions
    sound awkward , please let me know. Thank you.

    1. W: Do you think it is OK if I skip the class today?
    M: As long as it's your first time and last time. first and last time

    3. M: What's new?
    W: Nothing much. I just stick around at home. "hang" would be more usual

    5. W: How do you like your steak cooked?
    M: I like it rare and juicy. It's not usual to say more than "rare".
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