Lisa is talking to her friend Brian about buying a new car.
Lisa: Hey Brian, you know lots about cars?
Brian: Well, I know a bit. I don't know about lots. Why?
Lisa: Ahh, I need to change my old Daihatsu. It's just getting too expensive to run and always breaking down. It's a bit of an old wreck now if I'm honest.
Brian: Well, isn't that the truth. Haha.
Lisa: Hmm. Anyway, I really need something more modern and reliable. I've actually been looking at brochures. I got it down to two now, the Vios and the Brio but I'm not sure which one to get.
Brian: Good choice. Let's think. Well, the Brio is more economical than the Vios and you do do a lot of city driving.
Lisa: Yeah, that's true but the Vios is faster and I am a little bored of slow cars.
Brian: True. But the Vios isn’t as cheap as the Brio. Do you really want to spend the extra money for a little more speed?
Lisa: Hmm, I'm not sure about that
to be honest. I'll need to think about it but at
least they're both cheaper than the BMW I first
Brian: Haha, a lot cheaper. I doubt you could afford that on your salary. Anyway. Have a think about it. And don't rush into anything. They're both good.
Lisa: Yes, I need to think about it. Thanks for the advice.
Brian: You’re welcome.
- Spain is not as wet as Britain, so I think I will go there for my vacation.
- The Brio is more economical than the Vios, so I will buy the Brio.
- A house in the city is more expensive than one in the country.
- Canada is wetter than Mexico.
- Spain is not as wet as the UK.
- A house in the country is less expensive than one in the city.
- good - better
- bad - worse
- This is a school for quicker learners.
- It’s in a group of faster cars.