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Gail : - Pat and Nigel seem set on selling their house here and starting a new life in France.
Rachel : - Yes, I know. It seems to be quite the fashion now to make a new start.
Gail : - ----
Rachel : - I’m not sure that it does. In fact, I sometimes wonder about making a new start myself
I couldn’t do it myself but I sometimes envy those who do.
Have you ever thought of making a fresh start?
I imagine that very many people come to regret the move!
True. But it must take a lot of courage
I couldn’t possibly dig up my roots and start again.
Ada : - Are you an orchid-lover?
Sandra : - ----
Ada : - I feel the same way about them. I prefer something more natural.
Sandra : - Yes; and more graceful.
Not really. I suppose they are too exotic for my taste. What about you?
I certainly am. But I leave the growing of them to the experts.
Yes I am. Orchids are affected usually by air and temperature and draughts.
No; but I find the stories about their attributes quite fascinating.
All I know about them is that they thrive in 60 per cent humidity and die off if it drops below 40 per cent.
Helen : - How long have the TV’s nature documentaries been going?
Beth : - For at least 40 years, I should think. ----
Helen : - Indeed they have. In one of the latest they actually show a penguin chick developing inside its egg!
And over that time they’ve been transformed beyond recognition.
The series explores the limits of animal endurance in hostile environments.
Moreover, the films grow even more spectacular and sophisticated.
Some remarkable footage has been shot.
Some of the world’s leading wildlife camera teams are with the BBC’s national history unit.
Jane : - I don’t think we should go to Venice for our holiday this year.
Steve : - Have you been reading that disturbing article on how Venice is sinking?
Jane : - ----
Steve : - I know. It’s also in danger because sea levels are rising.
Surely they could do something to save the city!
Oh, people have been talking about that for years, but it won’t happen, will it?
Yes. But I think it grossly over-emphasizes the danger, don’t you?
Yes, I have. And it’s not simply that Venice is sinking.
No. Should I?
Matthew : - I’ve been looking at this map of the world’s oil.
George : - Yes. I took a look at that, too. What surprised you most?
Matthew : - ----
George : - Yes. I hadn’t realized that either.
The fact that central and South America come second, after the Middle East, for oil reserves.
I don’t think anything did.
I don’t know. But production costs for North Sea Oil are going up.
The newly discovered oil reserves in West Africa could have proved useful.
Sam : - Don’t forget, “clean coal” means different things to different people.
Charles : - I know it does. But at least people are beginning to realize that coal can be cleaned and, indeed, should be.
Sam : - ----
Charles : - It used to be. But there are now new systems that are far more efficient and far less expensive.
But isn’t the cleaning of coal an extremely expensive process?
Is it really possible to “clean” coal?
Coal that has been “aged” gives out more heat and fewer gases.
What’s the big problem, sulpher dioxide?
Clean coal technologies fall into three categories.
Reg : - Have you put your house up for sale yet?
Dave : - Oh, yes. And I’ve had several offers. The estate agent is urging me to accept the last one.
Reg : - ----
Dave : - I’ve noticed that. Mine actually wanted me to accept the initial offer, and that was really low.
That’s typical. They like to get the sale over as soon as possible.
Don’t let him push you into a sale.
Why is that?
And why is that? Are they really offering a very good price?
It’s not a buyer’s market at the moment.
Sally : - Have you spoken to Bobby’s parents yet?
Rose : - Yes, I have. But it wasn’t a very satisfactory meeting.
Sally : - ----
Rose : - Unfortunately not. They seemed determined to put me in the wrong!
That’s no surprise. Everyone knows how difficult they are.
That’s a shame. Bobby needs help.
I can believe that. They are not very cooperative; are they?
How was that?
I don’t know what else I can suggest.
Sue : - Is your computer reasonably modern?
Wendy : - ----
Sue : - Then it’s terribly out of date! With computers there are new things happening all the time.
Wendy : - That may be. But I’m comfortable with mine and have no intention of changing it.
Are you trying to sell me a new one?
I don’t know. But it’s been giving me a lot of trouble lately.
I suppose so. I’ve never really thought about it.
Oh, yes. I’ve had it about six years, that’s all.
Probably not. It’s a bit slow, though, and that can be annoying.
Anna : - Are you in favour of what they now call “educational play”?
Alan : - ----
Anna : - I do agree. A child that dislikes school is not likely ever to be successful there.
How can children learn all they have to learn if they waste so much time playing?
What exactly is that?
Yes, I am. It is important to make learning pleasurable.
No. I don’t believe in letting children have too much of their own way.
Yes, I suppose so. As long as it’s not overdone.
Brian : - The aim of this article, apparently, is to show that Shakespeare isn’t as special as he’s made out to be!
Fred : - ----
Brian : - Well; it points out that Shakespeare’s King Lear and Cervantes’ Don Quixote were written in the same year, and then asks which is the best?
Fred : - Yes. A tricky question. Thought-provoking, too.
I don’t want to hear any more!
How does it manage to do that?
Didn’t Marlowe write his plays?
That’s the fashionable approach at the moment!
I shan’t bother to read it!
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