Real English Conversation - 67 : Learning a skill

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John: I'm thinking of learning a new skill. Do you have any suggestions?

Julia: What kind of skill are you interested in?

John: I'm not really sure. I just want to learn something new.

Julia: Well, there are a lot of options. What are your interests?

John: I like photography and music.

Julia: You could try learning how to play an instrument or taking a photography course.

John: That's a good idea. Do you have any recommendations for music lessons?

Julia: You could try looking for local music schools or online classes.

John: I'm also interested in learning a language.

Julia: That's a great idea! Which language are you interested in?

John: I've always wanted to learn French.

Julia: There are many language schools and online resources for learning French.

John: I'm worried that I won't have enough time to learn a new skill.

Julia: You can always start small and set aside a little bit of time each day.

John: Do you think it's worth it to invest money in learning a new skill?

Julia: I think it depends on the skill and your goals. Some skills may require more investment than others.

John: I'm also worried about failing or not being good at a new skill.

Julia: It's normal to feel that way, but remember that everyone starts as a beginner. It's all about practice and persistence.

John: Thanks for your advice. I think I'll look into taking a photography course.

Julia: That sounds like a great idea. Let me know how it goes!

Question 1:

What does John want to do?

Question 2:

What are John's interests?

Question 3:

What language is John interested in learning?

Question 4:

What does Julia say about investing money in learning a new skill?

Question 5:

What does Julia say about being good at a new skill?

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