Marie asks Dr. Anderson about her trip to London.
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Directions: 1) Read the conversation and choose the best verb that you think is best. 2) Listen and check your answers.
Marie: Well, hello, Dr. Anderson! Welcome back.
Dr. Anderson: Thank you very much.
Marie: How was your trip to London?
Dr. Anderson: It was fine, thank you.
Marie: Did you visit lots of museums?
Dr. Anderson: No. I didn’t visit any.
Marie: Did you eat in some good restaurants?
Dr. Anderson: No. I ate in the same bad restaurant every day.
Marie: Did you see any plays or concerts?
Dr. Anderson: No. But I watched TV in the hotel room at night.
Marie: Did you take some nice walks around London?
Dr. Anderson: Actually, no. I sat in a chair for four days.
Marie: Dr. Anderson, that doesn’t sound like a very nice vacation.
Dr. Anderson: Vacation? I went to London for business, not for vacation. I met doctors from all over the world. We talked about new medicines, and I gave two speeches. I always ate at the hotel restaurant. So I actually never left the hotel.
Marie: But, Dr. Anderson, you were in London and you didn’t see the city.
Dr. Anderson: No. But it looked nice from the airplane.