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Hello. I wrote two dialogues. Would you check them, please?

No. 1

M: Did you make it up with Bob after the quarrel?

F: No. He should apologize to me, but he hasn't.

M: I'm sorry to hear that. I don't know which is to blame, but I hope

we'll soon play together again.

No. 2

M: Do you have any plans this evening?

F: I've got to prepare for tomorrow's test [ quiz ]. Why?

M: Well, I was wondering if we could go to the movies [ go to see a movie ].

F: Sorry. But tomorrow night is OK with me. How about it?

Thank you. kenta
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No. 1

M: Did you make it up with Bob after your quarrel?
F: No. He should apologize to me, but he hasn't.
M: I'm sorry to hear that. I don't know who's to blame, but I hope we'll soon ____ together again. (I cannot suggest a word until I know what the sport or pastime is.)

No. 2

M: Do you have any plans this evening?
F: I've got to prepare for tomorrow's test/ quiz. Why?
M: Well, I was wondering if we could go to the movies / go (to/and) see a movie.
F: Sorry, no. But tomorrow night is OK with me. How about that/then?

(As written, this is a conversation between an adult and a child.)
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Hi, Mister Micawber.

I have something to ask you.

Why do you think this conversation is between an adult and child?

I set this situation between adults.

Thank you. kenta
" I was wondering if we could go" -- this is a form of asking permission, which is not the sort of dialogue held between adults.
I see, Mr Micawber. Thank you again!

                           kenta
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