2. Making Plans for the Weekend

1. Repeat

A: What are you doing this weekend?

B: I am not sure. What are you doing?

A: I was thinking of maybe taking a drive to the beach.

B: That sounds like a great idea!

A: Would you be interested in joining me?

B: Sure, I would love to go with you. When would you be leaving?

A: I thought that we could leave around 8:00 on Saturday morning.

B: That would give us plenty of time to explore. Did you know that there is a music festival on the beach in Santa Barbara?

A: That was part of my plan.

B: Well then, I'll see you on Saturday. Thanks for asking me to go with you.


2. Repeat


A: Do you have any plans for the weekend?

B: I haven't given it much thought. What were you thinking of doing?

A: I was planning on taking a trip up the coast to the beach.

B: What a perfect thing to do on a beautiful weekend!

A: Would you like to come along?

B: I think I would enjoy that a lot. When would we leave?

A: Saturday morning around 8:00.

B: Good. That would get us there with time to look around. There is a music festival in Santa Barbara on the beach that day.

A: Yes, I was hoping to be able to go to the festival.

B: I am so glad we talked. Thank you for inviting me to the beach with you.


3. Repeat


A: Have you thought about what you might like to do this weekend?

B: I have no idea. Do you have any ideas?

A: If the weather stays nice, I'd like to go to the beach.

B: That would be a good choice. The weather has been great for the beach!

A: Why don't you come with me?

B: Hey, that would be perfect! What time are you leaving?

A: I think that Saturday morning around 8:00 would work out well.

B: Santa Barbara has a music festival on the beach that day. We would have enough time to drop in and see it.

A: Yes, I knew the festival would be there and was looking forward to going to it.

B: I am really looking forward to Saturday. Thank you for letting me go with you.


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