Where is your homework

I. DIALOUGE

G: Did you finish your homework for English class?

B: Homework? There wasn’t any homework.

G: We had to finish reading a book and then write a 200-word essay on it.

B: I don’t think Ms. Jones gave us any homework. I always write what I have to do in my notebook. Did she really tell us to write an essay?

G: Yes. Look, here’s my essay. See?

B: Oh no! What am I going to do? We’ve only got 10 minutes before class starts.

G: I don’t know. Maybe Ms. Jones will let you hand it in tomorrow.

B: Hey, let me copy your essay. I’ll change a few words. Ms. Jones will never know.

G: No, I’m sorry. That’s not the right thing to do.

B: Oh, come on! I thought you were my friend.

G: I am your friend. That’s why I’m not letting you copy my work!

II. VOCABULARY

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