Don't wake up the neighbors!
I want to travel to another country.
Can you buy the ticket for me?
You can put the tickets on my credit card.
Can you give me a cup of coffee with milk?
We don't have any milk.
Then can you get me a cup of tea?
Can you get me a cup of tea then?
We don't have tea either.
I'll ask the neighbors for some milk.
There's a grocery store just around the corner.
Where's the car?
It's in the garage.
I think one of the neighbors has borrowed the car.
Most of our neighbors aren't home.
Most of our neighbors travel a lot.
They spend a lot of time and money on traveling.
I don't like to travel a lot.
I don't like traveling a lot.
I have to fix my car before we all go on the trip.
I don't have a lot of money right now.
I have a lot of bills to pay.
I'd rather spend my money on a new house.
I'd like to get a car, too.
Insurance is expensive for new cars
I hope you have a lot of money.
I've been working a lot.
And I think I should buy the car for myself.
I think I should buy myself a car.
It's going to be at least five hundred dollars per month.
I have more money than that.
Yes, but you have to pay for other things, too.
You have to pay for your apartment.
And you have to pay for other things like food.
I don't eat a lot.
I don't spend most of my money on food.
You should eat enough food everyday.
If you don't, then you'll feel tired.
A: Shadi, this is day ninety, and I'm happy I can speak English very well now.
B: I'm very happy for you. I've been doing the lessons for thirty days and I'm on lesson
ninety, too. But I can't speak very well. You speak much better than I do.
A: You're on lesson ninety after only thirty days? That's not right. That's why you can't
speak English very well. Didn't you know that you should only do one lesson a day
and not more than one lesson in one day?
B: I didn't know that. The lessons were easy and I had a lot of time, and I did three
lessons in one day.
A: But you must do only one lesson a day. You shouldn't just listen to the lessons. You
should listen and repeat.
B: Oh, what should I do now?
A: You should go back to lesson one, and do the lessons again. But this time, you
should do it right.
B: What should I do then if I have a lot of time?
A: You should still do one lesson per day only.
B: But I only told you that the lessons were easy. I thought it didn't need to repeat
them, and instead of doing what they told me to do. I did three lessons in a day, and I
finished ninety lessons in thirty days. I thought that was a great idea because I thought
I could learn speak much faster and sooner.
A: Look! remember this! Learning how do speak is different from learning how do write
or read English.
B: Do you think that I could speak as well as you do after about three month?
A: I don’t just think so. I know so. I'll see you in ninety days, and I hope you'll do better
B: OK. I'll do just like it you told me to.
A: That's great! See you in ninety days.