Read a conversation via instant messages to practise and improve your reading skills.
Are you a learner of English at the upper intermediate level (CEFR level B2)? This part provides reading exercises to assist you in comprehending texts with a broad vocabulary where you may need to take the author's perspective into account. Articles, reports, messages, short stories, and reviews are all examples of texts.
Are you there Beatriz?
Andrew, hold on.
OK. Why is that?
Tomorrow is Caroline's birthday.
Oh, that's correct, I see!
What should you get her, did you consider?
Do you mean a gift? Didn't you purchase a product from each of us?
I apologize. I entirely forgot about it!
And I have late shifts at work.
Could you go get a present today?
I suppose. What kind of things were you envisioning?
Dunno. Any suggestions?
Phone in a second.
I'm back, OK.
I just had a gift idea.
Nah. Jeremy promised to get her some headphones.
OK. Then what?
Do you recall seeing those spa gift cards? One of those, perhaps?
She would adore that!
Then I'll pick it up today.
Thank you very much. I'm grateful.
Not to worry. I'll see you then tomorrow.
Once more, what time was it? 4?
4.30. If you'd like, I can come pick you up at your home.
yes yes yes yes
For now, bye.
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