A2 Basic US 1909 Folder Collection
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Welcome to twominuteenglish.com. Teaching you English through two-minute lessons.
In this lesson, we’ll see common words and phrases you can use to describe yourself.
Hey Bill. Sammy here.
Hey Sammy. What’s up?
I heard that you joined the Army. I’m thinking about doing it too. I know there are specific qualifications I must meet, right?
How old are you?
I’m 24.
How tall are you?
I’m 6’11’’ tall.
That’s nice. Do you have a degree?
I have a master’s degree.
That’s very good. We’ll mail you everything else you need to know.
Thanks a lot, man.
Hey Sammy. Long time, no see. How are you doing?
I’m doing fine, Jenny. What about you?
Well, I got married last month. So my world’s pink right now!
Wow, that’s awesome. Congratulations!
Thanks! What about you? Did you find yourself a nice girl?
Nah! I’m still single. I’m not ready to tie the knot.
That sounds just like you. Don’t worry, you will find the one soon.
It’s okay. I’m in no hurry.
Hello, may I speak to Sammy Cullen, please?
This is Sammy. Who’s this?
My name’s Peter. Bill gave me your number. He told me that you want to join the Army. Where are you from?
I’m American from New York.
And where do you live?
: Well, I’m currently living in New York. But I spent my whole life in Washington.
My dad worked for the Government.
I see. You should be getting an e-mail from us later today. Please proceed according to the instructions in it.
I will. Thank you.
How old are you? I’m 24.
How tall are you? I’m 6’11’’ tall.
Do you have a degree? I have a master’s degree.
I’m still single. I’m not ready to tie the knot.
Where are you from? I’m American from New York.
And where do you live? Well, I’m currently living in New York.
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Describing Yourself - Sample English Coversation

1909 Folder Collection
林堉薇 published on June 18, 2015
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