Scene1: Can we go along, too?
Scene2: Like the couple you invited dinner here last year?
Scene3: They're going to stay with Mr.Jackson, whose big house in Chelsea is not far from the conference center.
Scene1: This is the best one that I've seen.
Scene2: Let me see what you bought today.
Scene3: It takes two hours to get there by coach.
Scene1: I love the sound of those roaring jets.
Scene2: I see a faded denim jacket in an overpacked backpack.
Scene3: The seats assigned to us were quite noisy.
AN AMAZING DETECTIVE
WHO WAS WATT?
Scene1: Ever since you bought me that computer, I've been very busy.
Scene2: Everyone stood amazed when they suddenly appeared in the chapel
Scene3: We'll get it fixed as soon as we get back to London.
THE BALLAD OF SHERWOOD FOREST(1)
Scene1: Can you tell me where to find the nearest post office.
Scene2: One parcel is for my cousin, another one is for my aunt, and the other one goes to my grandma.
Scene3: I'll weigh these things so that I'll know what to answer.
THE CONVERSATION BALL
AT THE POST OFFICE
Scene1: Since he'll be staying at Grandma's, she's thinking of putting up "No Smoking" sign.
Scene2: The queues were so long it took me over hour.
Scene3: I'll bet no other country has as many sheep as New Zealand.
HOW THE KIWI LOST ITS WINGS
Scene1: They'll play whether it rains or not.
Scene2: Everyone is to open their bags.
Scene3: You don't want to be arrested for breaking the rules.
THE LONG ROAD TO THE FIFA WORLD CUP
THE UNION JACK
Scene1: Not Knowing the town very well, I had to ask which way to go.
Scene2: Having finished my tour, I went back outside.
Scene3: Not to change the subject, but, judging from the look of the sky, it'll probably rain tomorrow.
THE YOUNG NELSON
NELSON'S GREAT VICTORY
Scene1: Don't run, or you'll fall and break your neck
Scene2: Not all the concerts are free.
Scene3: I'm sure they'll have returned by then.
JIRO WRITES FROM INDIA
Scene1: You must be excited!
Scene2: We may have forgotten to bring the binoculars!
Scene3: It seems to have rained last night.
CAROL'S SAFARI DIARY
Scene1: They're plays in which traditional stories are performed.
Scene2: That's the year when Grandma graduated
Scene3: I have a CD of Their Christmas carols. -- So do I.
DICK WHITTINGTON AND HIS CAT(1)
DICK WHITTINGTON AND HIS CAT(2)
Scene1: She also advised me to get the tickets in advance.
Scene2: This pamphlet says it was built in 1078.
Scene3: Rob said they'd be waiting for us at 2.
THE FIRST PRINCE OF WALES
DIANA, PRINCE OF WALES
Scene1: A friend of mine asked me to write an article.
Scene2: Either a doctor or a nurse, I guess.
Scene3: The more you know about her. the more you love her.
A TALE OF TWO PARACHUTES
Scene1: They asked what day we were coming.
Scene2: I suggest we should let them choose.
Scene3: They're both so tragic!
ENGLAND'S GREATEST POET
Scene1: I really wish we could stay longer.
Scene2: If I were you, I'd stay another week.
Scene3: If that hadn't happened, we'd have been here long ago.
"I WISH I WERE DOWN THERE NOW"
A SMALL WORLD WITH A SHORT HISTORY