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Describing what someone is doing at the moment

Claudia is calling her friend Susan. Complete the dialogue using the Drag and Drop exercise! Then practise it (with a partner).
 
 
  • Ok, sounds great! I'll see you then. Bye!
     
  • He's fine. He's just washing the car.
     
  • Yes, we are going to the theatre tonight. Would you like to come?
     
  • I'm good, thanks. How are you?
     
  • I am just preparing lunch while the kids are playing outside.
     
  • Not too busy to talk. I've got a few minutes.
     
  • Hi Susan, how are you?
     
  • I'm fine. Are you busy right now?
     
  • What are you doing at the moment?
     
  • And how's your husband?
     
  • Oh okay. Do you have any special plans for today?
     
  • Yes, I would love to! I am just finishing my housework. Then I can come over.
     
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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