English Practice Conversation | Planning a Trip | 99
Listen to a short English practice conversation about planning a trip with Emma and Luke! Emma has caught a travel bug and is planning to take a trip.
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English Practice Conversation | Dialogue
Welcome to an English practice conversation about planning a trip with Dialogue Frog. I really wanna plan a trip. It's been a very long time since I've traveled anywhere.
Oh yeah? How long?
Oh man. Must be like three or four years at least.
Yeah, it is. So, I've been kinda thinkin' about where it is I wanna go.
I really wanna travel internationally, but I feel like it'd be cheaper to travel domestic.
That's true. It's not quite as adventurous though.
Oh, I don't know. You can have lots of different kinds of adventures. There's different trips, right, for different people. You could go to the beach. You could go to the ocean or you could go up to the mountains. Do hiking. Or you could go to one of the big cities and go to a bunch of museums. There's actually, I kind of wanna go to there's this bookstore I wanna visit, um, in Chicago. So, I'm kind of playing around with this idea of maybe going to Chicago, going to the bookstore, seeing some of the famous sites. And there's also some famous restaurants there.
Deep dish pizza.
No, not actually pizza. Funny enough. There's uh, some famous chefs have some restaurants there, so there's like some specialty restaurants that I wanna visit.
I think I would die if I had a Chicago style pizza. It's like two inches of solid cheese.
How can you not like that?
It could kill you!
What a way to go though.
What a way to go. This has been another practice English conversation about planning a trip with Dialogue Frog. For transcripts and vocabulary lists of this episode, please visit our website dialoguefrog.com.
English Practice Conversation | Dialogue Vocabulary
playing around with
Chicago style pizza
What a way to go.