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Let's Learn English - Lesson 8: Are You Busy?
Let's Learn English - Lesson 8: Are You Busy?
Anna wants to apologize to her co-workers. She learns what they do at the same time every day.

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AnnaHello, everyone. Here I am at my new job! Yesterday at my first day of work … Well, let’s not talk about yesterday. Today is a new day! Today I want to apologize to my co-workers.
AnnaHi, Anne. Are you busy?
AnneHi, Anna. Yes. At 10 a.m. I am writing. Every day I do my morning show. Sorry!
AnnaOkay. See you later, maybe.
AnneMaybe I’ll see you later.
AnnaHi, Jonathan. Are you busy?
JonathanYes, I’m busy. When the studio light is on, I am recording my evening show.
AnnaRight. Sorry about yesterday.
JonathanNo worries.
AnnaMay I see the studio?
JonathanUm, maybe another time? Right now I am busy.
AnnaSure. Okay, ’bye.
Jonathan‘Bye.
AnnaHi, Amelia! Are you busy?
AmeliaI’m a little busy.
AnnaI want to say I’m sorry for yesterday.
AmeliaIt’s okay, Anna.
AnnaWell, I am sorry.
AmeliaIt’s okay, Anna. Come by this afternoon.
AnnaOkay.
CatyAnna.
AnnaYes, Ms. Weaver.
CatyAre you busy?
AnnaYes, Ms. Weaver. I am busy.
CatyMy office. 5:00 p.m.
Anna5:00 p.m.
CatyCome in.
Co-WorkersSurprise!
AnnaA party! Awesome! And I still have my job! Phew!* Until next time!
*Phew! is a sound used to show that you are relieved, tired, or hot


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