- Your name is George Scott, isn't it?
- Yes, it is. I am an electronic engineer. I live and work in New York. And what's your name?
- My name is Peter Brook. I am an editor. I live and work in San Francisco.
- You are married, aren't you?
- Oh, yes. I am married and I've got two daughters.
- What a coincidence! I've got two daughters, too: Helen and Mary. What are your daughters names?
- They are Susan and Jane. Susan is ten years old and Jane is eight. They both go to a private school. Do your daughters go to school?
- Not yet. Helen is five years old and Mary is three.
- They are at home. aren't they?
- Sure. My wife Joan doesn't work now. She runs house and looks after the children. Emily is the name of my wife. She is a designer. She adores her trade and dreams of going to her office again. But she can't for the time being.
- It's only natural. Nowadays very few women are satisfied with being housewives. My wife whose name is Nancy is a teacher of Russian. She works at a college.
- Do you have any brothers or sisters?
- Unfortunately not. I am the only child in the family. I've got a cousin who lives in Chicago. We are on friendly terms.
- I have got a sister. She is much younger than I am. She lives with our parents in Los Angeles. I've seen very little of her of late.
- Los Angeles is a beautiful city. My aunt lives there and I visit her from time to time.
- It's a long time since I went to Los Angeles.
- Too bad!
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