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      Nastashya
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      Make a recording of yourself reading the dialogue and send it to your teacher using an audio message on Skype.

      A note on the vocabulary: “I can’t make heads or tails of  (noun/pronoun)” means that you can’t understand something although you are trying. It is an idiom.

      William: Excuse me, but do you know what page of the textbook we’re on right now?

      Sedna: Haha – no actually! I’m totally lost! I’m trying to follow what the teacher is saying but I can’t make heads or tails of this lecture.

      William: Haha – I’m glad it’s not just me then!

      Sedna: No! This professor never makes any sense during lecture. It’s actually kind of terrible.

      William: What should we do?

      Sedna: Hhhhmmm, I’m not sure. Let’s have a coffee after class and brainstorm.

      William: Sure – that sounds nice.

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