Real English Conversation - 99 : Surgery
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John: I'm a little nervous about the surgery tomorrow.
Mary: I understand. It's natural to feel nervous.
John: I'm just worried about the recovery process.
Mary: Don't worry, you'll have plenty of time to rest and recover.
John: I hope the procedure goes smoothly.
Mary: I'm sure it will. You have a great team of doctors.
John: I hate the thought of being in the hospital for a few days.
Mary: I know, but it's necessary to ensure a speedy recovery.
John: I'm going to miss our dog while I'm away.
Mary: I'll make sure to bring pictures and updates of our furry friend.
John: I don't want to miss work for too long.
Mary: Your health is more important, don't worry about work.
John: I hope the anesthesia doesn't make me feel too groggy.
Mary: The doctors will take good care of you.
John: I wish I could eat before the surgery.
Mary: You'll be able to eat again soon enough. Think of it as a mini fast.
John: I'm going to miss our bed and comfortable pillows.
Mary: The hospital bed might not be as comfortable, but you'll be able to rest and recover.
John: I hope I can go back to my normal routine soon.
Mary: Just take it one day at a time. Your health and recovery is the top priority.
What is John nervous about?
What does Mary say about John's team of doctors?
What does John worry about missing while in the hospital?
What does Mary say about John's health and work?
What does Mary say to John about his hospital bed?