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Asking for directions conversation between 2 people

Conversation about asking and giving directions

This conversation is about a man called Mr Jones asking a lady called Mrs Adams how he can get to her house.


Asking and giving directions conversation

Mr Jones : - Hello Mrs Adams.

Mr Jones : - Please tell me how do I get to your house?

Mrs Adams: - Are will you coming by car, bus  or by train?

Mr Jones : - I will be coming by car.

Mr Jones : - Please could you tell me the easiest way of getting to your house?

Mrs Adams: - Take the M6 to London and need to come of at junction 78

Mr Jones: - London, could you spell that for me

Mrs Adams: - L - o - n - d - o - n

Mr Jones : - Thanks

Mrs Adams: -  OK, then turn right at the roundabout and take the second right my house is on the left next to the local pet store.

Mr Jones : - Is that the quickest way of getting to your house?

Mrs Adams: - Yes, it is the quickest way by car.

Mr Jones : - Would it be possible for you draw me a map please, as  I don't know the area very well as I am from Blackburn.

Mrs Adams: - Yes I will draw a map and send you a copy in an email with some directions we have just talked about.

Mr Jones : - Thank you so much.

Mrs Adams: - You are welcome.

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