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Basic Listening Lesson #05
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Quiz - View Questions
1. What is the topic of discussion?
2. What class did he really like?
3. What was his favorite class?
4. What word did he use to describe his favorite class?
3. Business communication
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A: "Hey Jack. How were your classes this semester?"
B: "They were not too bad. I really liked my poli-sci class."
A: "Would you consider it your favorite class?"
B: "I don't know if I would call it my favorite, but it ranks up there."
A: "What class was your favorite then?"
B: "I took a business communication class last year and it was terrific."
A: "I never took that yet. If that was your favorite, I think I will check it out."
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