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

No. 1

M: Now let's decide which refrigerator to buy.

F: When I think of [ about ] my kitchen layout, we have to buy one

with doors that open from the left.

M: OK. This one has double doors. It's perfect, isn't it?

No. 2

M: When did you live [ were you living ] in New York?

F: I moved [ went ] there when I was five, and came back to Japan

when I was 13.

M: No wonder you speak English very fluently.

Thank you. kenta
Comments  
Overall, they are good. Here are some suggestions:

1) Using "my kitchen layout" and "we have to buy" is a little strange. If both people own the kitchen, it would be better to write "our kitchen layout". If F only owned the kitchen (maybe M is a salesperson), then you would write "I have to buy". Or, the original sentence would be right if F is calling the layout his/her own, but F and M will buy the doors.

2) You need to have another subject (I) if you make a compound sentence (with a comma).
F: I moved there when I was five, and I came back to Japan when I was 13.
or
F: I moved there when I was five and came back to Japan when I was 13.
Hi, Lakshwadeep.

You helped me a lot. Thank you very much.

kenta