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English Conversation Practice - Daughter's friend Moving Away
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SPEAK WITH SALLY
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MOM: "Sally, what's wrong? Why do you look so sad?"
SALLY: "Mom, Candace is moving away."
MOM: "Oh, I'm sorry to hear that. Why is she moving?"
SALLY: "Her dad got a job in another state."
MOM: "Where is she moving?"
SALLY: "To California. That's across the country."
MOM: "There are many ways you can still keep in touch. You can e-mail, text, and call each other on the phone."
SALLY: "But it won't be the same as seeing each other every day. She is my best friend. I'm going to miss her."
MOM: "I know you will. When are they moving?"
SALLY: "At the end of June when the school year ends. In two months."
MOM: "Would you like to invite her over this weekend? You can have a sleepover."
SALLY: "Yes, please. That would be great. We're going to try to hang out as much as possible before she moves."
MOM: "That sounds like a good plan."
SALLY: "Can we visit her in California?"
MOM: "It's pretty far from us. We don't know anyone there."
SALLY: "Yes, we do. Candace and her family."
1. Why is Sally's best friend moving?
Her dad got a job in another state
Her parents are getting a divorce
She doesn't like her school
She is moving closer to her grandparents
2. How can Sally and Candace keep in touch?
All of the above
3. When is Candace moving?
At the beginning of the school year
At the middle of the school year
At the end of the school year
4. How close is California to Sally's house?
It's the same state
It's the same city
It's across the country
It's in another country
1. Her dad got a job in another state
2. All of the above
3. At the end of the school year
4. Its across the country
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