Conversation: 4. Shopping Budget
4. Shopping Budget

1. Repeat


A: What are you working on?

B: I'm figuring out my budget.

A: What budget?

B: I'm making a shopping budget, so that I don't spend too much money.

A: How much money can you spend?

B: I can only spend $300 a month.

A: Why only $300?

B: I need to save the rest.

A: For what?

B: I need to pay my bills.

A: Your budget is a good idea.

B: I know. It's going to save me a lot of money, I hope.

2. Repeat


A: What are you trying to do?

B: I'm working on a budget.

A: What kind of budget?

B: I need to budget my shopping so that I don't spend all my money.

A: What's your budget?

B: I can spend about $300 per month.

A: Why so little?

B: The rest of my money needs to be saved.

A: What do you need to save up for?

B: I still need to pay my bills.

A: You're wise for saving your money.

B: I think it's just common sense.

3. Repeat


A: What are you doing?

B: I'm trying to figure out my budget.

A: What do you need a budget for?

B: I need to put a limit on my spending.

A: What's your spending limit?

B: I'm only allowed to spend $300 each month.

A: That's not much.

B: Because, I need to save the rest of my money.

A: What are you saving for?

B: I have bills to pay for too.

A: It's good that you are being smart with your money.

B: It's about time that I started being smart.


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