9. Talking to Someone on a Bus


A: How's it going?

B: Good. How about you?

A: Not bad, thanks for asking.

B: Have you been on the bus for a while?

A: Only about fifteen minutes.

B: Do you ride this bus often?

A: Not really, I usually drive.

B: You have a car?

A: Yes, I do.

B: So why aren't you driving it?

A: Once our President lowers gas prices, I'll be driving again.

B: That's smart thinking.


A: How are you doing?

B: I'm pretty good, you?

A: I'm awesome.

B: How long have you been on the bus?

A: I've been on here for like, 15 minutes.

B: Do you catch this bus a lot?

A: Not much, I have a car.

B: So, you have your own car?

A: I sure do.

B: Then, why are you on the bus with me?

A: I'm waiting till our President gets out of office, and the gas prices go down.

B: That's good thinking.


A: What's up, how are you?

B: I'm splendid. How about yourself?

A: Could be better.

B: So, have you been on the bus very long?

A: I got on about fifteen minutes ago.

B: How often do you ride the bus?

A: I usually just drive.

B: You have your own vehicle?

A: Yes, I have my own car.

B: So then, why don't you drive it?

A: I'm waiting for our President to lower the gas prices.

B: Smart.

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