Where are you? — I am in the kitchen.
Where is Fred? — He is in the garage.
Where are Lisa and John? — They are at college.
Are you busy? — No, I am not. Mike is busy. He is the busiest person I’ve ever met.
It is ten o’clock. She is late again.
How are you? — I am not very well today. — I am sorry to hear that.
We are interested in classical music.
Vera is afraid of snakes.
My grandmother isn’t nervous and she is rarely upset. She is the kindest person I’ve ever seen. My grandmother is really wonderful.
I’m sorry. They are not at the office at the moment.
Where are the keys? — In your jacket.
What is the time, please? — Two o’clock.
It is the biggest meal I’ve ever had.
Which sport do you think is the most dangerous?
Chess and aerobics are not as exciting as skydiving and figure skating.
Debt is the worst kind of poverty.
The game is not worth the candle.
Do you have any idea where he is?
Used cars are cheaper but less reliable than new cars.
What is the weather forecast for tomorrow?
Art is long, life is short.
You are the best friend I’ve ever had.
I don’t remember what his telephone number is.
Two heads are better than one.
You are right. That’s a lot of money! Coffee is really very expensive this week.