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Living English: Episode 7 - Come to Lunch


Living English: Episode 7: Come to Lunch
Living English: Episode 7 - Come to Lunch
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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Living English: Episode 7 - Come to Lunch

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Living English: Episode 7- Come to Lunch:

Sarah invites Anne to meet her family. Sarah and Anne taste a sample of wine. Going to is used for things you intend to do in the future. It is always followed by a verb

ANNEMmm. It’s very smooth. Good flavour too.
SARAHIt sells well in restaurants here. I think these’ll sell well in Singapore.
ANNEThe samples you sent me were very popular with our staff. You seem to understand our tastes in Singapore.
SARAHThank you. It’s my job to know what my clients like.
ANNE seems distracted. SARAH observes her for a moment.
SARAHSo, are you enjoying the city?
ANNE(unconvincingly) It’s very nice.
SARAHWhat are you going to do tomorrow?
ANNEI don’t know. I’ll probably stay in the hotel and relax.
SARAHWhy don’t you come to lunch with us at home?
ANNEOh thank you, but you have your family.
SARAHYes, and they want to meet you. We’re going to have roast chicken – traditional Aussie food.
ANNESounds good. Alright, I’ll come.
ANNEWhat time?
SARAHWe eat at about oneoclock. So about twelvethirty? I’ll show you the house.
ANNEOkay. Thank you
SARAHI’ll get my brother to pick you up.
ANNENo that’s okay. I’ll get a taxi.
SARAHAlright then. That’s settled!

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