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Living English: Episode 3 - What time is it?
Living English: Episode 3 - What time is it?
Living English is English teaching programmed ran by Australia Network TV. These 42-part series focuses on the English language used in everyday situations such as checking into a hotel or describing people. Get to know the characters of our drama 'Sisters and Brothers' as you learn and revise your basic English skills.
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In her hotel room, Anne rings a number. John Barbour, the private detective, answers the phone.

JOHNHello, Barbour’s Private Investigation. John Barbour speaking.
ANNEHello. Can you find missing people?
JOHNSometimes we can. Have you lost somebody?
ANNYes.
JOHNPerhaps you’d like to tell me about it?
ANNCan I make an appointment please?
JOHNWhen would you like to come in?
ANNEIs tomorrow okay?
JOHNLet’s see... Yes, I can see you at ten o’clock. Will that suit you?
ANNEOkay, thank you. (consults business card) 23 Mitchell Street – is that right?
JOHNThat’s right. Second floor.
ANNEOkay. See you then. Goodbye.
JOHNGoodbye.

He puts down the phone and celebrates.
In her hotel room, Anne puts the phone down, and rings again.


CLERKHello?
ANNEHello. Reception? What time is it please?
CLERKIt’s five o’clock.
ANNEAnd what time do you serve dinner?
CLERKThe restaurant opens in an hour, and dinner is served between six and nine pm.
ANNEAnd breakfast?
CLERKBreakfast is served between seven and nine thirty am ma’am.
ANNEThank you.
CLERKYou’re welcome.

Anne puts the phone down, then notices the photo by her bed and picks it up again. There is a tear in her eyes.

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