1. What to Do in the Neighborhood


A: I just recently moved into the neighborhood.

B: Is that right? How recently?

A: Just last week.

B: What kinds of things have you been doing out here?

A: I haven't been doing much.

B: Why not?

A: I don't know what to do.

B: There's all sorts of things to do.

A: Like what?

B: How about shopping, or seeing a movie, or even going to the beach?

A: That's more than I've been doing.

B: There are plenty of things to do out here.


A: I just moved in recently.

B: When was this?

A: About a week ago.

B: What have you done so far?

A: Nothing really.

B: What? Why haven't you been doing anything?

A: What is there to do?

B: There's a lot that you can do.

A: Name one thing.

B: You can always go to the beach or catch a movie.

A: I haven't done any of that.

B: There's no way for you to be bored here.


A: I recently moved into town.

B: When did you move in?

A: I've been here for only a week.

B: What have you been doing this past week?

A: I haven't done much of anything.

B: Why is that?

A: I don't know what there is to do.

B: You can do plenty of things.

A: Tell me what there is to do.

B: You can go shopping, go to the beach, or even see a movie.

A: I didn't know what to do.

B: There's a lot to do if you just look.

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