Mr. Johnson works at an office. He lives near the office. He usually walks there. He only works five days a week. He works on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. He doesn't work at the week-end. His working day lasts eight hours. He receives very many letters and telegrams in the morning and always answers them. He sometimes translates articles from foreign newspapers and journals. He often receives engineers from factories in the afternoon. They discuss a lot of questions with him. He usually finishes work at six o'clock in the evening.
Mr. Johnson learns English. He works hard at his English. He sometimes stays in the office after work for his English lessons. After classes he returns home.
“Who works at this office?” “Mr. Johnson does.”“Does he work very much?” “Yes, he works a lot.”“Whom does he often receive at the office?” “He often receives engineers from factories.”“Does Mr. Johnson live far from the office?” “No, he lives near it.”“How long does his working day last?” “It lasts eight hours.”“What time does he stop work?” “He stops work at six in the evening.”“Thank you very much.” “Not at all.”