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Situation 1: How to find assistance

A: Your school is the host of this year’s International Student Science Fair. How do you feel about this?

B:We are very excited. We have prepared many things to be ready for the fair and to make the guests as comfortable as we can. If you have any problems, please don’t hesitate to let us know.

A: Oh, thank you. That’s very kind of you. We haven’t had any problems yet, but where can we find assistance in case a problem arises?

B: You can come to the Help Desk on the first floor of Building 3, or you can ask our teachers and students for help. I am pretty sure anyone would be willing to help you.

A: That’s really nice of you guys. Thank you.

Situation 2:  ISSF activities

A: Have you looked at the ISSF schedule yet? There are plenty of interesting activities.

B: Yes, I have, but I can’t decide between the two activities which I am interested in, Astronomy Night and the Robotics Show. Unfortunately, they take place at the same time. Do you have any suggestions?

A: Well, if you are interested in the study of celestial objects, and want to learn about the stars, the planets, comets, and galaxies you should participate in Astronomy Night because it will help broaden your worldview on astronomy.

B: What about the Robotics Show?

A: For the Robotics Show, you will be amazed by displays from the country’s champions from the World RoboCup competitions for the past five years. That could be interesting as well. However, you have to decide for yourself which activity you would like to participate in.

B: OK, I will think about them and decide later. Thank you so much.          

A: My pleasure. Have a great day!

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English Conversation 3 Situation : ISSF activities and How to find assistance
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