Reading: Food and Mood

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Listening: Perspectives How have you changed

Listening: Where did you learn to skate?

TED: Oh, I'm really sorry, Are you OK?
ANA: I'm fine. But I'm not very good at this.
TED: Neither am I... Say, are you from South America?
ANA: Yes, I am, originally, I was born in Argentina.
TED: Did you grow up there?
ANA: Yes, I did, but my family moved here ten years ago, when I was in Junior High school.
TED: And where did you learn to skate?
ANA: Here in the park. This is only my third time.
TED: Well it's my first time. Can you give me some lessons?
ANA: Sure. Just follow me.
TED: By the way, my name is Ted.
ANA: And I'm Ana. Nice to meet you.
TED: Hey, that was fun. Thanks for the lesson!
ANA: No problem. So, tell me a little about yourself. What do you do?
TED: I work in a travel agency.
ANA: Really! What do you do there?
TED: I'm in charge of their computers.
ANA: Oh, so you're a computer specialist.
TED: Well, sort of. Yeah, I guess so.
ANA: That's great. Then maybe you can give some help with a computer course I'm taking.