Cheryl gets some help planning a party for Mr. Wells' group.
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Directions: 1) Read the conversation and decide which structure is correct. 2) Listen and check your answers.
Mr. Evans: Thank you, everyone for fixing my mistake with Mr. Wells. Now. I’ve asked Cheryl to plan a party for his group next Friday. I’d like for everyone to help. Cheryl, do you have a plan?
Cheryl: Yes, I do. Marie, I’d like to have you choose a restaurant for the party.
Marie: I’d love to!
Cheryl: Bob, I’ll let you choose the menu.
Bob: You will?
Cheryl: Paul, could you plan the music?
Cheryl: Good. Now, Marie, I called ten restaurants and had them give us a price for a party room. These two had the best prices.
Marie: The Green Room is a nice restaurant.
Cheryl: Great! That’s my favorite, too. Now, Bob, about the food . . .
Bob: I was thinking steak and potatoes and . . .
Cheryl: Well, the client asked for fish or chicken. So I had the restaurant put together a menu with each. Which do you like better?
Bob: I like chicken more than fish, I guess.
Cheryl: Great! Chicken it is. Now Paul . . .
Paul: Let me guess. You have a list of music choices.
Paul: These look fine.
Cheryl: Great! I think we’re all done.
Mr. Evans: You see how easy it is to plan something when we do it all together?
Marie: So glad we could help.