June 1st, 2017 in English Learning
How did you do in the exam?
John: Hi James, how did you do in the exam?
James: I think I did well. I should be able to get at least 80%.
John: Oh, that’s great. It wasn’t all that easy for me. I don’t know if I’ll pass.
James: Really? I’m sorry to hear that. I think you should focus more on your studies now.
The exams are starting next month.
Here is a piece of conversation between a teacher and a student.
Student: Good morning, Miss. Can I talk to you for a minute?
Teacher: Sure. You haven’t been in class for a while. What happened?
Student: Yeah, I’ve been unwell.
Teacher: That’s no good. Is everything okay?
Student: Yeah, now I’m okay.
Teacher: Well, that’s good. If you’ve fully recovered, you should now focus on your studies. The exams are starting next month.
Student: I know, but I’ve missed a lot of classes, so I think, I’ll need your help.
Teacher: That’s alright. I can’t give you special classes, but if you’ve any questions or doubts, I’ll be able to help.
Student: That’s enough. Thank you very much.
Teacher: You’re welcome. I’m glad you’re feeling better.