A.: You were at the Lenin Stadium the other day, weren't you?
B.: Of course I was. Don't you know I'm a hockey fan?
A.: So, am I. But I've just come back to Moscow and couldn't even see the last match on TV.
B.: It was a thrilling match. Both the Soviet and the Swedish [´swJdIS] teams were wonderful.
A.: What was the score? Did we win?
B.: No, the match ended in a draw four all, and the Swedish team won the World Championship. I didn't expect them to beat our boys.
A.: Nor did I. I hope they will win the championship some other time.
"Peter's going to play for our team in the next match."
"Oh, is he? He looked quite ill the other day."
"You must be mistaken. As far as I know he's quite well and in good form."
"Then I'll go without fall and shout for him." — ‘обязательно приду поболеть’
"Who won the last event?"
"Robert did. He was first in almost all the events except the third one. He lost it to Nick, and was second.
"Did you go in for the last race?"
"No, I was ill."
"That's a pity. Now I understand why our side lost it."
"I've seen your last English wall-newspaper. Did you do it alone?"
"No, it was team-work. Did you like it?"
"Yes, it's very amusing."