Listen to the recording on car insurance and read along with the conversation. Review the key vocabulary and the sample sentences.
Man: Honey. Where are my keys to the car? I need to go work now.
Woman: Here. Take this.
Man: What’s this?
Woman: It’s the bus schedule. You’d better hurry or you’ll miss it.
Man: What do you mean? I want to drive to work.
Woman: Well, you can’t, at least now today.
Woman: Listen. You’ve had two speeding tickets over the last couple of months, and you had that car accident last week.
Man: What? That wasn’t my fault.
Woman: Really? You ran into a police car sitting alongside the road because you were distracted while texting on your phone.
Man: Wait! There’s more to the story than that.
Woman: And When I called the car insurance the other day, they said our insurance rates are going up a lot, especially if you stay on the insurance.
Woman: But, you can still save us money if you take a defensive driving course.
Man: A what?
Woman: It’s only $250 for the 15-hour class.
Man: What? That’s a rip off. I can’t fork out that kind of money for a course like that. Do they think I’m loaded?
Woman:. . . that you have to take in person. You can’t take this one online.
Woman: Let’s talk about this after your bus ride home tonight.