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Hello. I wrote two dialogues. Will you check them?

No. 1

M: Have you heard that Jim is not [ will be not ] leaving the firm after all?

F: Really? I can't understand why he wouldn't [ won't ]. He's always complaining

of his job.

M: Maybe it's because his family oppose [ opposes ? ] it.

No. 2

M: I'd like a ticket to Hiroshima on the nine-oh-five please.

F: I'm sorry, the express is already sold out. We still have seats

available tomorrow morning, though.

M: OK. I'lll have to get up early in the morning, but I'll get it.

Thank you!
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KentaHello. I wrote two dialogues. Will you check them?

No. 1

M: Have you heard that Jim is not [ will be not ] leaving the firm after all?>> In conversation, we would use the contraction "isn't"

F: Really? I can't understand why he wouldn't [ won't ]. He's always complaining

about his job.

M: Maybe it's because his family opposes [ opposes ? ] it. (Family is 3rd person singular)

No. 2

M: I'd like a ticket to Hiroshima on the nine-oh-five please.

F: I'm sorry, the express is already sold out. We still have seats

available tomorrow morning, though.

M: OK. I'lll (I'll) have to get up early in the morning, but I'll get take it.

Thank you!

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