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Lesson 7: What Are You Doing?

Caty: Come in.

Caty: Well, Anna, welcome.

Anna: Thank you.

Caty: I am your boss, Caty Weaver. But, please call me Caty.

Anna: Thank you, Ms. Weaver.

Caty: Just Caty.

Anna: Sure thing, Ms. Weaver.

Caty: Okay then. Are you excited?

Anna: Yes, I am excited!

Caty: So sorry, but I am busy. Please meet your co-workers. But remember, they are busy working.

Anna: Sure. Thanks, Ms. Weaver.

Anna: Hi there! Im Anna.

Anne: Hi, Anna. Im Anne.

Anna: Nice to meet you. What are you doing?

Anne: Um, Im writing.

Anna: You are writing! You are writing a lot!

Anna: (Spills papers) Oh! Oh dear.

Anne: No! No! That's okay.

Anna: I am sorry!

Anne: Thats okay. Really.

Anna: I am sorry!

Anne: Please. Please. Please stop. Please.

Anna: Sorry. Sorry.

Jonathan: (in the studio) and people all around the world are waiting to hear news about the next president

Anna: Jonathan, hi! Remember me? I live in your building.

Jonathan: Oh. Uh. Hi, Anna.

Anna: What are you doing?

Jonathan: I am doing my show!

Anna: Oh, sorry. Are you recording?

Jonathan: Yes! And, now I have to record again!

Anna: Sorry. Have a good show.

Jonathan: Thank you.

Anna: Sorry.

Amelia: The word of the day is social. Social -

Anna: Oh! Hi!

Amelia: - is an adjective.

Anna: Hi! Im Anna!

Amelia: Hi. Im Amelia.

Anna: Nice to meet you!

Anna: What are you doing?

Amelia: Im reading.

Anna: Are you reading the news? Hi!

Amelia: No, Im reading for my show.

Amelia: (to camera person) Can I read again?

Anna: Sorry.

Anna: This day is not going well.

Caty: Anna! Hi! Whatre you doing?

Anna: I am bothering people, Ms. Weaver.

Caty: Lets go to my office and talk.

Anna: I like to talk with you, Ms. Weaver.

Caty: Its Caty.

Anna: Right. Thanks ... Ms. Weaver