Listen to the recording on travel and city tours, and read along with the conversation. Review the key vocabulary and the sample sentences.
Man: So, what do you wanna [want to] do tomorrow?
Woman: Well, let’s look at this city guide here. [Okay] Uh, here’s something interesting. [Oh!] Why don’t we first visit the art museum in the morning?
Man: Okay. I like that idea. And, uh, where do you want to eat lunch?
Woman: How about going to an Indian restaurant? [Hmm] The guide recommends one downtown a few blocks from the museum.
Man: Now, that sounds great. And after that, what do you think about visiting the zoo? [Umm . . well . . . ] Well, it says here that there are some very unique animals not found anywhere else.
Woman: Well, to tell you the truth, I’m not really interested in going there. [Really?]. Yeah. Why don’t we go shopping instead? There’s supposed to be some really nice places to pick up souvenirs.
Man: Nah, I don’t think that’s a good idea. We only have a few traveler’s checks left, and I only have fifty dollars left in cash.
Woman: No problem. We can use YOUR credit card to pay for MY new clothes.
Man: Oh, no. I remember the last time you used MY credit card for YOUR purchases.
Woman: Oh well. Let’s take the subway down to the seashore and walk along the beach.
Man: Now that sounds like a wonderful plan.