Listening Skill Test ( Basic ) - 25
1. The friend he is talking to
2. His friend told Martha that Jack was dating Sara
3. He was just joking and didn't mean to cause this problem
4. To not say anything to Martha anymore
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Step 3: Show Conversation Dialog
A: "Jack, what's wrong?"
A: "What are you talking about? What did I do?"
B: "You told Martha that I was on a date? What was that all about?"
A: "No... that's not what I meant. I didn't mean that. She asked me where you were and I jokingly said that you were on a date with Sara. I thought Martha knew that you and Sara were just friends."
B: "She started feeling suspicious after you said that."
A: "I'm sorry man. I didn't know. I didn't mean to screw anything up."
B: "Martha gets jealous easily and it took a while to convince her that Sara was just a friend. Now, I have to explain to Sara that I can't hang around her because of you."
A: "Look. I really didn't mean to, and next time I see Martha, I'll really tell her that you and Sara are really just friends."
B: "Don't bother."
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