Conversation Essay

1270 words - 6 pages

Tema 1
Hola Abby ¿Cómo estás?
- Hola Rahmana. Estoy bien. ¿Y tú?
Bien, pero yo soy cansada. ¿Qué hacías con su familia cuando eras niña?
- Cuando era una niña, mi familia y íbamos a el centro comercial mucho. Muchos tiempos, mi mama y yo íbamos juntos para las ropas. También, visitábamos mis abuelos en Pennsylvania. ¿Dónde ibas con tú familia cuando eras una niña?
Cuando era niña mi familia y yo comprábamos regulas al centro comercial. Íbamos a la casa de mi abuela. También cocinábamos juntos. Uno años pasado mi amiga fue conmigo a la casa de mi abuela. 
¿Qué ropas llevabas cuando niñas?
- Cuando era una niña, llevaba las blusas, las botas, y los vaqueros. A veces, llevé los vestidos ...view middle of the document...

En Hawaii, hay islas bellas y flores de muchos colores. ¿Qué te gusta a cerca  de la playa?
- Me gusta la playa porque el tiempo es muy amable. Me gusta el sol mucho. ¿Te gusta sobre Hawaii?
Me gusta que las atracciones turísticas son volcánes. También las montañas son bonitas. ¿Cómo vas a el lugar? ¿Dónde vivas?
- Uso el avión para ir el lugar. Me quede a el hotel cerca de la playa. ¿Cómo vas a el lugar y dónde vivas?
Yo puede viajar por avión a Hawaii. La vacación incluye un hotel de lujo con vista bella de Hawaii. ¿Cuantos días seas en el lugar?
- Sea en la playa por siete días para mi vacación. ¿Cuántos dias seas en el lugar?
Porque Hawaii es muy caro, mi estudia en Hawaii es por dos semanas. ¿Qué necesita traer a la playa?
- Para la playa, necesite mi cámara digital, el cargador, mucho dinero, y mi pasaporte. ¿Qué traigas para tu vacación en Hawaii?
Es importante que haga ropas de verano, una camera, y mucho dinero.

Tema 3
Hola Abby ¿Cómo estás?
- Hola Rahmana, estoy bien. ¿Y tú?
Bien, pero yo soy cansada. Muchos pacientes fuman, no hacer ejerció, comer chatarra, y no tener bien salud. ¿Qué te sugieres para ustedes?
- Recomienda las pacientes vayan a el gimnasio. Tambien, los pacientes necesiten comer las comidas con muchas proteinas y antioxidantes. ¿Qué recomiendas para las pacientes?
Es importante que ustedes dejan de fumar porque muy mal para pulmónes. El tobaco puede causar la muerto. También ustedes necesitan comer más comidas saludables tales como frutas, verduras, y paseado. Pescado es bueno en vitaminas. Ustedes no necesitan beber bebidas alcohólicas. ¿Tienes más recomendaciones?
- Sí, recomienda los pacientes se ponga en forma y coma las comidas que es bien para el salud. ¿Tienes más recomendaciones para los?
Si, yo aconsejo que tenga un examen físico todas años. Ejercicios aeróbicos y una dieta saludable puedan prevenir sus síntomas.

Tema 4
Hola Abby ¿Cómo estás?
- Hola Rahmana. Estoy bien. ¿Cómo estás?
Bien, pero yo soy cansada.
- ¿Por qué estés cansada?
-Yo no dormi bien anoche. Yo tengo un dolor de mi espalda. ¿Qué es el problema de mi espalda doctor?
¿Dueles tú espalda recientemente?
No yo soy precavido con mi espalda. Yo creo que necesito una cama nueva. ¿Qué recomiendas por mi?
Recomienda comprar un colchón nuevo. También, sugiera tomar una aspirina por el dolor.
Gracias doctor Abby. Tambien mi hermana no tiene muchos pesos. Me preocupo que ella tenga muerte. Ella tenga mal salud con su corazón. ¿Puedes ayudar ella?
¿Cuántos anos tiene? ¿Cuántas días de la semana ella hace ejercicio? ¿Qué comidas comer?
Mi hermana tiene ocho anos. Ella come comida todos los días. Le gusta comer la comida chatarra y los dulces. ¿Qué recomiendas?
Recomienda que no coma los dulces y las chatarras. Tambien, recomienda que juegue...

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