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Living English: Episode 5 - Are you married?
Living English: Episode 5 - Are you married?
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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Anne describes her brother to the private investigator.

ANNECan you help me?
JOHNWell I’ll try. Now tell me about your brother Ms Lee. How old is he?
ANNEHe’s twentythree.
JOHNWell that would make him your younger brother. What’s his name?
ANNEDavid.
JOHNAnd what does he do?
ANNEHe’s a student. Or – he was a student. I don’t know where he is.
JOHN(looks at the photo) Hmmm. How tall is he?
ANNEAbout a hundred and seventyfive centimetres.
JOHNHmmm. And does he speak English?
ANNEYes. He speaks English and Chinese. Mr Barbour – can you find him?
JOHNI’ll certainly try. Now, tell me a little about yourself Miss Lee. Where are you from?
ANNEI come from Singapore. I’m Singaporean.
JOHNRight, and how old are you?
ANNEI’m twentyfive.
JOHNWhat do you do?
ANNEI import wine. I’m a businesswoman. I work in my family’s business.
JOHNAnd are you married?
ANNENo, I’m single.
JOHNAnd..er..do you have a boyfriend?
ANNEPardon?
JOHNOh sorry. We private detectives are a naturally curious bunch. Ms Lee, perhaps you’d better tell the whole story.
ANNEaIt all started two years ago...

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