English Conversation about Changing Plans | 96
In this English Conversation about Changing Plans, Emma and Luke were going to grab lunch, but have to change plans. This episode has natural phrases to use when bringing up a change in plans and rescheduling your plans for another day.
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Example English Conversation About Changing Plans | Transcript
You are listening to an English conversation about changing plans with Dialogue Frog. So, Luke, I'm so sorry, but I'm gonna have to cancel our lunch plans for today.
That's not good. What happened?
Yeah. I'm sorry. I just found out my cat's sick. Got- I've got to take her to the vet.
Uh-Oh, hope she's okay.
Yeah. I think she'll be alright. Just gotta take her there real quick, but we should probably do lunch like next week maybe?
Oh, I think I have, um, a class I need to study for.
Class. So, what about Saturday? The end of the week?
Um, that sounds good. Um, I think by then I'll really be craving a, a burrito.
Burrito. What if we do pizza? I heard there's this, this new food truck that we can go visit.
That sounds good.
Yeah. A pizza food truck. I'm not sure how that works. So, it might be kind of fun.
Unless it's just driving away and you're trying to catch up to it. And you have tears in your eyes because the food is moving away.
So, we should probably check to make sure that the food truck will be there next Saturday. So, I'll do that. I'll look at the food truck schedule. Um, and then maybe we'll try for lunch. Maybe noon o'clock? Noon o'clock. Noon or one?
Alright, let's do that then. See you next week.
Yep. See you next week.
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Example English Conversation About Changing Plans | Word List
I'm sorry, but...
That sounds good.