1. Talking About What You Do - 2. Getting To Work - 3. How Often? - 4. Possessive Apostrophe
ANNE and STEVE talk about their different lives.
STEVE Tell me about your life in Singapore. What do you do every day?
ANNE Well, I work in my father’s business, importing wines. I live with my family.
STEVE How do you get to work? Do you catch a bus?
ANNE Usually. Sometimes I go with my father in his car. What about you? What do you do?
STEVE I’m a builder. I build houses.
ANNE And how do you get to work?
STEVE I drive. I have to use my car for work. I never go by bus.
ANNE Do you enjoy it? Your work?
STEVE Mostly. It’s not easy, being a builder. But it’s outside. I prefer to work outside.
ANNE I never work outside. Occasionally I travel though – like now.
STEVE And what do you do on the weekend?
ANNE Sometimes I go shopping. Sometimes I go out.
STEVE Where do you go? Nightclubs?
ANNE Not really. Occasionally.
STEVE Who do you go with?
ANNE A bunch of friends.
STEVE Boy friend?
ANNE Not at the moment.
STEVE cheers up.