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

No. 1

M: It's muggy today. What's the temperature today?

F: I'm not sure, but the weather forecast says it's very hot today.

M: Really? We have to use the air conditioner at the office then.

F: But my boss says we can't use it unless it's over 28 degrees Celsius [ centigrade ].

No. 2

M: I'd like to try Italian food. Would you recommend a good restaurant

near here?

F: Sure. "Joyful" is just on the corner. I'm sure you'll like it.

( Q What's the difference "on the corner" and "at the corner"? )

M: Thank you. Do I need a reservation?

Thank you. kenta
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Hi,

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

No. 1

M: It's muggy today. What's the temperature today?

F: I'm not sure, but the weather forecast says it's (going to be) very hot today.

Kenta, generally speaking , you should avoid 'repetition', In this case, delete the last two mentions of 'today' above.

M: Really? We have to use the air conditioner at the office then.

F: But the ( sounds like he is the boss for both speakers) boss says we can't use it unless it's over 28 degrees Celsius [ centigrade ].

You don't need to specify either 'Celsiuus' or 'Centigrade'. Both speakers know what system is normally used where they live.

No. 2

M: I'd like to try Italian food. Would you recommend a good restaurant

near here?

F: Sure. "Joyful" is just on the corner. I'm sure you'll like it.

( Q What's the difference "on the corner" and "at the corner"? ) None, really. 'At' might possibly be a very short distance from the corner.

M: Thank you. Do I need a reservation?

Clive
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No. 1

M: It's muggy today. What's the temperature?

F: I'm not sure, but the weather forecast says it's very hot.

M: Really? We'll have to use the air conditioner at the office, then.

F: But my boss says we can't use it unless it's over 28 degrees Celsius.

No. 2

M: I'd like to try Italian food. Is there a good Italian restaurant near here?

F: Yes. "Gino's" is just on the corner. I'm sure you'll like it. ( Q What's the difference "on the corner" and "at the corner"?-- None. )

M: Great! Do I need a reservation?
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Hi, Clive and Mr Micawber.

You both always help me a lot.

I appreciate you a lot.

Thank you. kenta
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