Chris and Amy are two students talking about taking a break from studying.
Chris: Hey Amy. Have you finished studying for those tests yet?
Amy: Actually, I have. How about you? Did you study for them?
Chris: Well. Erm. Not enough. But, I don't want to think about it... So, let's forget study. Say, how about we go out to the beach now? I fancy a swim. Oh, I forgot to ask. Can you swim?
Amy: No, I can’t. Embarrassing isn't it? But, hey, you’ll be able to go in the sea while I relax on the beach. I could do with a little time on my own to be honest.
Chris: Well, OK. But, I bet you’ll take that iPad with you, and just play games while I swim.
Amy: No, I won't. Not this time. I'm going to read a book for a change. I haven't done that in a while. Hey! Here's a thought. Do you want to take some food and have a picnic on the beach? We can make a day of it.
Chris: Yeah, lets. It's a good idea. We can spend the rest of the day there. It'll be fun.
Amy: Yes, it will. I am going to grab the food. Are you ready now?
Chris: Yeah, sure. Come on let's get that food and go.
- Have you finished studying for those tests yet? I have/I haven’t.
- Do you want to go to the party with me? Yes, I do/No, I don’t.
- Did you telephone your mother? I did/I didn’t.
- Can you play the guitar? Yes, I can/No, I can’t.
- Do you want to go up the mountain? Yes, let’s/No, I don’t.
- Shall we have a party? Let’s/No.
- Have you a cigarette? Yes I have/No, I haven’t.
- Is she coming? Yes, she is/No she isn’t.
No, I haven't • I did