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Going to the Cinema

Lucy is planning a trip to the cinema at the weekend. She invites her friend, Sarah, to go with her…

Lucy: Hi Sarah! Do you fancy going to the cinema this weekend?

Sarah: Yeh, that’s a good idea. What’s on?

Lucy: The Proposal is on. It’s supposed to be really good and really funny too!

Sarah: What kind of film is it?

Lucy: It’s a romantic comedy. Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds are in it.

Sarah: She’s one of my favourite actresses! I really like romantic comedies too. When is it on?

Lucy: It’s on at 8 o’clock this Sunday evening.

Sarah: OK, perfect! Let’s meet outside the cinema at half past 7 then.

Lucy: Great! I’ll see you on Sunday.

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Going to the Cinema


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To find something


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To eat small amounts of food between meals

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