Listening Skill Test ( Intermediate ) - 9
1. Taking a smoke break
2. He forgot his cigarettes today
3. All of the above
4. At school
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Step 3: 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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