A: What classes do we have this afternoon, Emily
B: Check the timetable.
A: I don't know where it is.
B: It's on the wall, next to the blackboard.
A: Oh, no.
B: What's wrong?
A: We've got double PE after lunch.
B: Double PE? What a nightmare.
A: I know what you mean. I'm always so tired in the afternoon.
B: It's not just that. The teacher's terrible too.
A: In what way?
B: He always pushes us too hard.
A: Does he make you run?
B: He makes us do everything. Run, jump, skip, climb.
A: Why is that?
B: He's a former soldier, apparently.
A: Well, this isn't the army, this is high school. Then let's skip it. We can go somewhere else.
B: I haven't got enough money to go shopping again.
A: How about going to the movie theater? That's not too expensive.
B: Is there anything you want to see?
A: There's a new movie with Sylvester Stallone. That looks good.
B: Is it an action movie?
A: It has some action in it.
B: I hate action movies. They're so violent.
A: That's the whole point of action movies.
B: What are the other choices?
A: There's also a comedy called My China Girl.
B: What's it about?
A: An English boy falls in love with a Chinese girl.
B: That sounds interesting. Who's in it?
A: Nobody famous.
B: Well, we can decide what to watch when we get there.
A: Good idea. Let's get out of here.