Listening Skill Test ( Intermediate ) - 24
1. Ring and necklace
2. Size 6
3. It was too short
4. The person wants to think about it
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Step 3: Show Conversation Dialog
A: "Hi. Can I help you with anything?"
B: "Yeah. Can I look at this ring?"
A: "Sure. Let me get it out for you. What is your size?"
B: "I believe I am a six."
A: "Here you go."
B: "Would you have any necklace that would go well with this?"
A: "Actually, we have a few to choose from. They are over here."
B: "There's no price tag on this necklace."
A: "Oh. I'm sorry. I'll check the price for you. It is $199."
B: "This necklace is a little short. Do you have one that is longer?"
A: "Yes. Why don't you try this one on."
B: "This one is much better. Can I try on the ring with this necklace?"
A: "Sure. Here you go."
B: "Let me think about it."
A: "Sure. Take your time."
B: "Thank you for all the help."
A: "No problem at all.
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