A cup of tea
Jenny: Would you like a cup of tea?
Paul: I'd love one. All that shopping has made me tired.
Jenny: I'll put the kettle on. You put the shopping away.
Paul: Let's have tea first. I'm exhausted.
Jenny: Here you are then, mugs, milk, sugar. Would you like a biscuit?
Paul: Let's have one of those nice doughnuts we bought.
Jenny: Well, you'll have to get them out of the bag. Here's your tea.
Paul: Two spoonfuls of sugar today. I need the energy.
Jenny: Poor thing! I must say though, it's nice to be home.
Paul: What would we do without a cup of tea?
Jenny: Drink coffee, I suppose.
Paul: Coffee sometimes makes me more thirsty.
Jenny: Yes, you're right. Tea is better when you're really thirsty.
Paul: Give me one of those doughnuts.
Jenny: You'll get fat.
Paul: No, I won't. You work me too hard.
Jenny: They do look good, don't they?
Paul: Mmm! Lots of jam in them too.
Jenny: My fingers are sticky. I'll get some tissues and some forks.
Paul: You'd better hurry or they'll all be gone.
Jenny: Coming! Here you are. You can wash the dishes.
Paul: A small price to pay. After all, you make a great cup of tea.