Think about the following questions. Answer them in a notebook.
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Listen to the dialogue and read along. When you are finished listening, read it aloud for practice.
Harold: Hi, is this the nightclub’s lost and found?
Hostess: Yes, it is. How can I help you?
Harold: I was here last night and I lost something. Do I need to fill out a form?
Hostess: No, just tell me. Where did you drop it?
Harold: Your guess is as good as mine. Could have been by the pretty hostess or cute bartender or beautiful DJ…
Hostess: Okay, what area of the club did you last see it?
Harold: It was at the bar when I popped into the bathroom.
Hostess: Can you describe it?
Harold: I’ll try, but do you promise you won’t think I’m crazy?
Hostess: I promise I won’t. Go ahead.
Harold: Well, it’s thin, sweet and one of a kind.
Hostess: Thin like a straw?
Harold: No, thin like a model.
Hostess: Sweet like candy?
Harold: No, sweet like a lifelong friend.
Hostess: One of a kind like a cake?
Harold: No, one of a kind like a beautiful snowflake.
Hostess: Wait a minute, sir. Did you lose your girlfriend?
Harold: Yes!! Was she turned in?