What do you want to be in the future? (English Dialogue)
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Anne: Hi, John! What are you doing now?
John: Hi. I’m doing my science homework.
Anne: There goes Jessica! She is probably on her way to practice tennis.
Olivia: Yes, she practices very hard. She will become a great tennis player.
John: It’s good to see her working hard for her dream.
Anne: That’s right.
Olivia: Anne, what do you want to be when you grow up?
Anne: I want to be a singer in the future.
Olivia: Oh, really? I bet you can do it! You are better at dancing and singing than all of us.
Anne: Thank you. But do you think I can make it?
Olivia: You dance and sing everyday! I’m pretty sure you can make it.
Anne: Thanks! What do you want to be in the future?
Olivia: I love animals. I want to work at a zoo.
Anne: Do you want to be a vet?
Olivia: Not really a vet, but instead, I want to feed animals and take care of them.
John: You mean, you want to be a keeper?
Olivia: Yes, that’s right.
John: This homework is too difficult and boring. I wish I could be an adult.
Anne: What do you want to be when you grow up?
John: Hmm, I don’t know. It changes everyday.
Olivia: Wow, that’s interesting. So what are you thinking today?
John: I want to be an astronaut. I wish I could explore Mars.
Anne: What about finishing up your science homework first?
John: Alright. I’m going to Mars for sure.
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