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Driver: Where to?
Passenger: Well, I'm going to the National Museum of Art, and . . . .
Driver: Sure. Hop in. No problem. Hang on!
Passenger: Uh. Excuse me. How long does it take to get there?
Driver: Well, that all depends on the (2), but it shouldn't take more than twenty minutes for the average driver. [Oh]. And I'm not average. I have driving down to an art, so we should be able to (3) through traffic and get
there in less than twelve minutes.
Passenger: Okay. Uh, sorry for asking [Yeah?], but do you have any idea how much the (4) will be?
Driver: Oh, it shouldn't be more than 18 dollars . . . not including a . . . uh-hum . . . a (5) of course.
Passenger: Oh, and by the way, do you know what time the museum closes?
Driver: Well, I would guess around 6:00 O'clock.
Passenger: Uh, do you have the time?
Driver: Yeah. It's half past four. [Thanks] Uh, this IS your first time to the city, right?
Passenger: Yeah. How did you know?
Driver: Well, you can tell (6) from a mile away in this city because they walk down the street looking straight up at the skyscrapers.
Passenger: Was it that obvious?
Driver: Well . . .
Passenger: Oh, before I forget, can you recommend any good restaurants downtown that offer meals at a (7) price?
Driver: Umm . . . Well, the Mexican restaurant, La Fajita, is (8). [Oh] It's not as inexpensive as other places I know, but the (9) is very authentic, [Okay] and the portions are larger than most places I've been to.
Passenger: Sounds great! How do I get there from the museum?
Driver: Well, you can catch the subway right outside the museum. There are buses that run that way, but you would have to (10) a couple of times. And there are taxis too, but they don't run by the museum that often.
Passenger: Okay. Thanks.