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Listen to the conversation and then answer the following questions
Or…for a bigger challenge, try this dictation exercise and see the transcript.
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- something is moved up: When scheduled event is moved up, it is held at an earlier time.
- something works for someone: Here, work has the meaning of “it’s ok for me.” We use this idiom when we ask about or agree to a schedule. When you want to ask someone if a schedule is ok, you can ask, “Does that work for you? When you agree to a schedule, you can say, “That works for me!”
- sounds good!: Use this phrase in a conversation when agree to the arrangements the other person made. “sounds good” means “I agree.”