13. Excitement after Voting

1. Repeat

A: I am so excited!

B: Excited about what?

A: I just voted.

B: Is this the first time you've voted?

A: Yes, I just had my 18th birthday this year.

B: That's lucky.

A: Why is that?

B: You turned 18 in an election year.

A: I didn't think about it like that.

B: Really?

A: No, but that makes me even more excited.

B: You're a part of history.


2. Repeat


A: I am really excited!

B: Why are you so excited?

A: I just got done voting.

B: This was your first time voting, wasn't it?

A: I just turned 18 last month.

B: That is so lucky of you.

A: Why?

B: You turned 18 a month before the election.

A: I didn't think of it that way.

B: Are you serious?

A: Seriously, but I'm excited that I did.

B: Congratulations on being a part of history.


3. Repeat


A: Can you tell that I'm excited?

B: What are you excited about?

A: I voted today.

B: Was this your first time?

A: I just turned 18 a month ago.

B: You're lucky.

A: What do you mean?

B: Because you turned 18 in an election year.

A: I didn't even think of that.

B: You didn't?

A: I really didn't, but I'm still excited.

B: You should be, because you're a part of history.


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