Do the preparation task first. Then listen to the audio and do the exercises.
Charles: Hello, Julian.
Julian: Hello, Charles. How are you?
Charles: I'm fine. Fine. Julian, do you remember Alyssa?
Julian: No, I don't.
Charles: She's Ben's sister. Do you remember? We were all at Ben's wedding together.
Julian: Ah, yes, I do – in that old castle. Was it in January?
Charles: Yes, it was! Alyssa was there.
Alyssa: Hello. Nice to meet you ... again.
Julian: Hello, nice to meet you too, Alison.
Alyssa: I'm not Alison.
Alyssa: My name isn't Alison. It's Alyssa.
Julian: I'm sorry. Nice to meet you, Alyssa.
Charles: Good. Would you like a drink?
Julian: Good idea.
Alyssa: Yes, please.
Charles: Here you are.
Alyssa and Julian: Thanks!
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I think that's a good way to use the material. First do the tasks on the page, then check your answers. After that, listen again with the transcript, using it to see why any of your answers were incorrect. You can also use the transcript to read aloud along with the speaker, which can help you to develop more fluent speech.
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