17. Changing the Subject

















1. Repeat

A: Did you go to school today?

B: Of course. Did you?

A: I didn't want to, so I didn't.

B: That's sad, but have you gone to the movies recently?

A: That's a switch.

B: I'm serious, have you?

A: No, I haven't. Why?

B: I really want to go to the movies this weekend.

A: So go then.

B: I really don't want to go by myself.

A: Well anyway, do you plan on going to school tomorrow?

B: No, I think I'm going to go to the movies.


2. Repeat

A: Did you make it to school today?

B: I always do. Did you go to school today?

A: No, I didn't.

B: You should have, but have you seen any movies lately?

A: That was an odd change of subject.

B: Maybe it was, but answer the question.

A: No, not recently.

B: I want to go to see a movie this weekend.

A: What's stopping you then?

B: I don't want to go alone.

A: So, will you be at school tomorrow?

B: No, I want to go to the movies instead.


3. Repeat

A: Did you even bother to go to school today?

B: Yeah, I went. Did you go?

A: No, I didn't feel like it.

B: That's nice, have you been to the movies lately?

A: No, but that was a random change of subject.

B: It may have been random, but have you?

A: I haven't lately.

B: I would love to catch a movie this weekend.

A: So then, why don't you just go?

B: I don't want to see a movie by myself.

A: Okay, so are you going to school tomorrow?

B: I think I might just go to the movies.


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