J. So,how is your course going? Do you like it?
B.I like my professions and the classes, but it’s a lot of work.
J.What are you specializing in?
B.Right now, I am doing some research into the languages of different African tribes.
J. That sounds really interesting.Can you speak Swahili?
B. Yes, I learned how to speak it when I was little.
J. Really? How did you do that?
B. Well, I grew up in African, so I leaned quite a few different languages.
J. That’s amazing. Are you doing well in your classes?
B.I don’t know because I haven’t received any test results yet.
J. When did you take your exams?
B.About two weeks ago.
J.how do you think you did?
B. I left feeling pretty confident about my score, but I heard that my professiors are very stric garders, so I am a bit nervous.
J I am sure you will do well. Did you study hard?
B You know me, I am always studying!
J Don’t worry, If you don’t do well, on one can!
B Thanks for the vote of confidence , Justin.
A: Let me get last week’s notes.
B: Yeah, sure–you didn’t come to class that day?
A: I couldn’t come.
B: Why not?
A: I wasn’t feeling well.
B: Here they are.
A: Thanks a lot; are these all the notes?
B: Oh, no, this is the rest.
A: Thank you very much.
B: It’s no problem at all.
A: Could we go over some things, because I think my test score is wrong.
B: What do you think is wrong, the math or the way your answer was scored?
B: I am willing to take a second look because teachers make mistakes, too. Will that work for you?
A: Yeah, I’m ready.
B: Check your answers against the ones on the answer sheet and let me know where you see the mistake.
A: These look strange.
B: Yes, I agree; let’s move on to the calculating of the score. Would that be OK?
A: OK, let’s do the calculation.
B: We add all of these up and divide by this and that gives us this percentage.
A: I see.
B: Anytime you have a question, please feel free to ask!