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Телефонный разговорник

Informal and Formal Telephone Conversations
Неофициальные и официальные телефонные разговоры

Invitations
Приглашения

Invitation to a House-warming Party

NICK: Hello, Lizzy.
LIZZY: Hello, Nick.
NICK: How are you? How's George?
LIZZY: I'm well, but George was on sick-leave for over a week.
NICK: Really? What was the trouble?
LIZZY: He hurt his leg when getting off the bus.
NICK: I hope nothing serious. Is he on his feet now?
LIZZY: Yes, he is alive and kicking.
NICK: Net and I are giving a party next Sunday. We hope you and George will come.
LIZZY: What is the occasion, Nick?
NICK: We've got a new apartment.
LIZZY: So it is a house-warming party. I'm glad you are moving to a new flat. The one you've got now was too small. Of course, George and I will come.
NICK: Next Sunday, at 6 p.m. Put down the address, please. Tverskoy Boulevard, 10, apt. 23.
LIZZY: I've got it, thank you. Best regards to Net.
NICK: Bye-bye.
LIZZY: Goodbye, Nick.

sick-leave - бюллетень
to hurt - повреждать
to be alive and kicking - быть живым и здоровым
house-warming party - новоселье
apartment - квартира
to put down - записывать

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