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Intermediate Listening Lesson #10
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Quiz - View Questions
1. What are these two people doing?
Taking a smoke break
At the cigarette store buying cigarettes
At a bar drinking and smoking
Talking over the phone
2. Why is he asking a friend for a cigarette?
He forgot his cigarettes today
He wants to try smoking
He ran out of cigarettes earlier that day
He needs one for later
3. Select the statement that is true from this dialog?
Smoking is addicting
It is hard to quit smoking
The longer you smoke the harder it becomes to quit
All of the above
4. Where is this conversation taking place?
At a restaurant
1. Taking a smoke break
2. He forgot his cigarettes today
3. All of the above
4. At school
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Show Conversation Dialog
A: "Hey Bobby. What's going on?"
B: "Just taking a smoke break."
A: "I forgot my cigarette today. Do you have another one?"
B: "Sure. Here you go."
B: "I didn't know you smoked."
A: "Really? I've been smoking for over a year now."
B: "Oh. You're new to smoking still. I've been smoking for 7 years."
A: "You ever tired to quit?"
B: "Many times. I'm really addicted. It's harder to stop than you think."
A: "Yeah. I tried to quit last month, and I thought it was going to be easy, but it turns out that I'm still smoking."
B: "I highly recommend you quit soon. The longer you smoke, the harder it becomes to quit."
A: "I think you're right. Aright. Gotta go to class. Thanks for the cigarette. I'll talk to you later."
B: "No problem. I'll talk to you later."
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