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Maggie:Come in, Jane, we're just finishing supper. You'll have a cup of coffee, won't you?
Jane: Thanks, Maggie.
Jim: Well, I must be leaving now, or I'll be late for my class. Good-bye, Jane. Sorry I can't stay and talk to you.
Jane: Good-bye, Jim.
Maggie: Come and sit down by the fire, Jane, and tell me all about your new job. It's with a travel agency, isn't it?
Jane: Yes, I do our Austrian correspondence.
Maggie: Is your German still good enough or do you write your letters in English?
Jane: I can just about manage with my German, and I'm learning Russian, you know.
Maggie: Russian? Why?
Jane: We arrange tours in Eastern Europe as well. I go to evening classes twice a week and I'm getting on quite well. Why don't you come along, Maggie, you'd enjoy it. I remember You used to be very good at languages at school.
Maggie: Oh, I'm far too tired" in the evenings. After supper I sit down with a book or listen to the radio. You're much more energetic than I am.
Jane: I enjoy the classes, but I must say they are tiring. It's a good thing I don't have to catch 8 o'clock train these days.
Maggie: What time do you start work then?
Jane: 9.30. I usually catch the 8.55. Er... sometimes Robert gives me a lift on his scooter.
Maggie: Who's Robert?
Jane: Oh, he's just someone I met in my Russian class. He lives just round the corner from me.
Maggie: And he owns a scooter and takes you to work on it. That's a good beginning.
Sometimes Robert gives me a lift on his scooter
Jane: A good beginning for what, Maggie? Don't start jumping to conclusions. We're just friends.
Maggie: And what does he do for a living, this Robert?
Jane: He works on the Daily Sentinel as a reporter. This week He's covering the Trade Union Congress in Blackpool.
Maggie: And why is he learning Russian?
Jane: He wants to go to Russia this summer, if he can.
Maggie: Well, I can see you're going to make excellent progress in your Russian classes, with such interesting company. Are you learning to ride a scooter as well?
Jane: Don't be silly, Maggie!