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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #8910: Dialogue : A visitor from abroad
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    Here’s a letter from Corinne. Her plane at ten past eleven on the fifteenth. That’s next Tuesday. Can you at the airport? -Who earth is Corinne? -Jane’s . You know. My friend Jane, right ? Lives in France, remember? Her daughter Corinne is to stay with us for a couple of weeks. -Oh yes, I remember but her name Coco? That’s her nickname. Her name’s Corinne -Oh I see. Well, I’m not working Tuesday so I suppose I can meet her. What does she like? -Well, she’s quite tall, slim. She’s got short brown , eyes. I’ve got a photo of her . She’s very smart. -She sounds French. How old is she? -Oh she must be or eighteen, I suppose. What’s her English like? -Perfect. She always speaks with Jane.







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