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[custom_headline type=”center” level=”h2″ looks_like=”h3″ accent=”true”]Conversation 6 Dictation[/custom_headline]
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  • Listen to the conversation.
  • Write down what you hear in the in the box below.
  • Click the [x_highlight type=”dark” style=”text-shadow: none; color: white; background-color: #3974d2;”]CHECK IT[/x_highlight] button to see the transcript.

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  1. book: We use book as a verb to mean make a reservation. You can book a hotel room, book a table at a restaurant, book a flight, and so on.
  2. point [someone] in the right direction: This is a conversational phrase that we use as an idiom to mean give [someone] information.
  3. you know what?: This is a conversational phrase that we use when we want to give someone our opinion or idea.
  4. flip over: The casual phrasal verb flip over is used in this conversation to mean get excited about something.