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Tom: Hi. I don’t think we’ve met. My name’s Tom.
Jenny: Hi, Tom. Nice to meet you. My name is Juanita, but everybody calls me Jenny.
Tom: Nice to meet you, Jenny. So, where are you from?
Jenny: Well, originally I’m from Argentina, but we moved to the United States when I was about five years old. My parents now live in Chile. That’s where they first met. How about you, Tom?
Tom: I was born in Fresno, California, and we lived there until I was seven. Then, since my father worked for the military, we moved all over the place.
Jenny: Oh yeah? Where are some of the places you’ve lived?
Tom: Mostly, we were overseas. We spent a total of ten years in Korea, Germany, and Okinawa, Japan. We were transferred back to the States three years ago, but I think my parents would have liked to live overseas for at least 20 more years.
Jenny: Wow. It sounds like you’ve had an interesting life. So, what do you do now?
Tom: I’m a student at Purdue University.
Jenny: Oh really? What are you studying?
Tom: I’m majoring in psychology. How about you? What do you do?
Jenny: Well, I’m working as a sales representative for Vega Computers downtown.
Tom: No kidding! My brother works there too.
A: Oh, George, what a beautiful day it is today! The sun is hot and there are just a few clouds scattered here and there! What a perfect day to be at the beach! The kids are going to have so much fun! And we’ll be able to relax in the sun while they’re playing.
A: Are you ok? You seem a bit anxious.
A: Why did your girlfriend break up with you?
TV: Spongebob Squarepants will be right back after these brief messages! What’s that on the horizon? A pirate ship! Raid villages and find buried treasure with this new Pirates Lego set. Build the ship and decide who rules the sea! Har!
A: No way! I want Professor X !
Jill: Alex, what’s up with you? You look dreadful!
A: We have been over this a hundred times ! We are not getting a pet!
Mr. Parsons: Okay Rebecca. Now you’ve given me a good idea of your work and academic background, but what about you as a person? How would you describe your key strengths?
Mr Parsons: Okay Rebecca, well I think you’ve given me a clear impression of your positive qualities, but let’s talk a little bit about your weaknesses.
A: Smells good! What’s for breakfast?