Real English Conversation - 39 : Fishing

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John: Hey Julie, have you ever been fishing before?

Julie: No, I haven't. Why do you ask?

John: I was thinking we could go fishing at the lake this weekend. It's a great spot for beginners.

Julie: That sounds like fun! What kind of fish are in the lake?

John: There are a lot of bass and bluegill in the lake. We might even catch a trout or two.

Julie: That sounds exciting. What do we need to bring with us?

John: We'll need to bring our fishing rods, bait, and some snacks and drinks for the day.

Julie: Sounds good. What time do we need to leave?

John: We should leave early in the morning, around 6 am. That way we can get a good spot by the lake.

Julie: Okay, I'll set my alarm for 5 am.

John: Great. I can't wait to teach you how to fish.

Julie: I'm really looking forward to it. I've always wanted to learn.

John: Just remember to be patient. Fishing can be a waiting game.

Julie: I'll try my best. Hopefully we catch something quickly.

John: Even if we don't catch anything, it will be a great day to relax and enjoy nature.

Julie: I couldn't agree more. It will be nice to get away from the city for a while.

John: We should also bring sunscreen and bug spray.

Julie: Good idea. I don't want to come back with a sunburn or mosquito bites.

John: And if we do catch something, we can cook it for dinner.

Julie: That would be amazing. Fresh fish for dinner sounds perfect.

Question 1:

Where are John and Julie planning to go fishing?

Question 2:

What kind of fish are in the lake?

Question 3:

What time are John and Julie planning to leave for the lake?

Question 4:

What are John and Julie planning to bring with them for the day?

Question 5:

What else are John and Julie planning to bring with them for the day?

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