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!
What does John want to do?
What are John's interests?
What language is John interested in learning?
What does Julia say about investing money in learning a new skill?
What does Julia say about being good at a new skill?