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                            62. ALAN NOT LIKE IT


Alan: A job with The Bell Enterprises? Why on earthyou want this job, Amy?

Amy: I want to earn some money. We need some more money, n’t we?


Alan: Nonsense, I earn enough. And I’m () going to get a rise.


Amy: But you n’t know for certain, you? Besides, I simply n’t want to stay at home. I just want something more

interesting to do.


Alan:  But what can you do in an office? You n’t like WORKING with a computer, you?

Amy: Oh, I n’t mind it.


Alan: But you can’t work well enough with computer programs, can you?


Amy: I only need more practice. 

Alan: But look here, Amy. Whogoing to do all the housework?

You’ve always said it’s a full time job. You n’t want to work day and night, you? 

Amy: Of course, I n’t. But I have you and Jeena to help me,

haven’t I? 

Alan: Yes, Jeena… you thought about her? Whogoing

to look after her? 

Amy: Jeenaalready grown up, Alan. She n’t need be

looked after by anybody.  

Alan: Jeenaat a very difficult age. You never know what she

might do. 

Amy: Oh, Alan, you’re only saying this to upset me.

 Alan: All right, darling. Let’s stop ARGUING. After all, you n’t got this job yet, you?



Youn’t earn enough, I’m  afraid Alan. - You n’t earn enough, you Alan?


You n’t like WORKING on a computer, I believe. - You n’t like WORKING on a computer, you?


You n’t want to work day and night, I expect. - You n’t want to work day and night, you?


Jeena n’t need be looked after by anybody, I think. - Jeena n’t need be looked after by anybody,  she?



                           63. MONEY WORRIES


Amy: You look worried, Alan. What’s the matter?

Alan: Money.

Amy: Money?

Alan: Yes, the next payment for the house. It’s due next week.

Amy: But we've just sent off the payment, n’t we?

Alan: Really, darling. We’ve had the house for 8 years now, and you

say that every month. No, the new paymentdue next week, and we n’t got the money for it.

AmyAh, now you see, Alan, I ought to have a job.

Alan:All right, all right. But whatwe going to do now?

AmyCan’t we borrow some money?

Alan:Who from? The Litchfields, perhaps.

Amy: Oh no, we can’t spend our lender’s money. Wen’t know

them well enough.

Alan:That’s true. We’ve only known them for two years. What about

Debby then? You’ve known her for years and years, Amy.

AmyYes, but I know she n’t got any money now. She’s had a

lot of expenses lately.

Alan:That’s too bad. I reallyn’t know what we can do.

AmyI know. We can ask aunt Gwen.

Alan:Aunt Gwen? Hmm, I wonder.

Amy: n’t say “hmm”, shemy aunt after all (как никак).

Alan:All right. Then you must talk to her, Amy.



How longAlan and Amy had their house? – They’ve had it for 8 years.

How longthey known the Jones’s? - They’ve known them for 2 years.

How longAmy known Debby? – She’s known her for years and years.



Amy: Whyyou look so worried, Alan?

Alan: The next payment for the housedue next week. We n’t got the money for it.

Amy: Can’t we borrow some money?

Alan: Who from? Debby, perhaps.

Amy: She n’t got any money now. She’s had a lot of expenses

lately. But we can ask aunt Gwen.


                         64. THE POSTCARD FROM PARIS

Alan: you talked to aunt Gwen about that loan, Amy?

Amy:No, I can’t get in touch with her.

Alan:What’s the matter with her? Wen’t seen her since our dinner party.

Amy:That’s almost 6 weeks. And wen’t heard from her since the last month.

AlanBut youtried to ring her up, n’t you?

Amy:Yes, I’ve tried several times since yesterday’s morning, but

without any luck. 

Alan: Perhaps, her phoneout of order.

Amy: It may . Or she may  ill.

AlanThat n’t very probable. She n’t ill for years. Sheas strong as a horse.

AmyPerhaps, she’s had an accident. She may notat home. She may at hospital.

Alan:Really, Amy.

AmyPlease, Alan.go to her house and find out.

Alan:Must I go now? It’s so cold this evening.

AmyPlease, darling,.

Alan:Oh, well. I suppose I must. Look, Amy. There’re some letters

in the letter box... A gas bill. That can wait. A letter from Sergei


AmyOh, good! We n’t heard anything from him since 5th (the


Alan:And what’s this? A postcard from Paris!

AmyGive it to me! "Parislovely even in February. I feel 20

years younger. Love to you both, Aunt Gwen."  Well, well, fancy that!




Alan and Amy seen aunt Gwen recently? – No, they n’t

seen her since their dinner party.

they heard from her recently? - No, they n’t heard from

her since the end of last month.

Amy tried to ring her up? – Yes, she’s tried several times since

yesterday morning.

the Jones had a letter from Sergei recently? – No, they n’t

had any letters from him since 5th (the fifth).

WhereAunt Gwenall this time? – She’s in Paris.

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