Learn English – Podcast: Intermediate Conversations – What have you been up to?

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Bill: Do you want a cup of coffee? Robert: Yeah, sure. So, what have you been up to? Bill: Well, I've been really busy trying to finish this project on time. Robert: Are you having a hard time? Bill: Yes, but I haven't had enough time to really concentrate on it. Robert: I know what you mean. Bill: Not only that, but I've been feeling a little under the weather lately. Robert: Did you catch a cold? Bill: I don't know, I think I'm coming down with something. Robert: Maybe you should see a doctor. Bill: I think I'll go tomorrow. Robert: Good idea. Let's practice: A: So, what have you been up to? B: Well, I've been studying hard for exams. A: So, what have you been up to? B: I've been busy working every day. A: So, what have you been up to? B: Nothing. I've been really bored lately. A: So, what have you been up to? B: I got a new job. I've been trying get along with everybody at work. A: So, what have you been up to? B: I started guitar lessons. www.eltpodcast.com Less

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Learn English – Podcast: Part-Time Job

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A: Do you have a part-time job, Joe? B: Yes, I work at a convenience store. A: What do you do there? B: I do a little of everything. When there are a lot of customers, I work at the cash register. At other times, I put stuff on the shelves. A: Do you have to clean the store? B: Of course. We all do. We have to keep the restroom clean. If someone spills or breaks something in the store, we have to clean it up. We also have to make sure that the garbage bins outside don't overflow. A: What do you like the best about your job? B: I know my co-workers well, so we have fun working together. Also, the convenience store isn't far from my home, so it's easy to get there, and some of the customers are also my neighbors. A: What do you like the least about your job? B: Well, it's not an interesting job. It can get boring. PRACTICE A: What do you like the best about your hometown? B: It is very exciting. A: What do you like the least about your hometown? B: It is really cold in the winter. A: What do you like the best about school? B: I have lots of friends. A: What do you like the least about school? B: I have too much homework. A: What do you like the best about soccer? B: The players are always moving around. A: What do you like the least about soccer? B: There are not many goals. More conversations on www.eltpodcast.com Less

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