Train ride to Cologne
Monica (M): Lena, I think there are still seats here.
M: Excuse me, are these seats free?
Ms. Müller (Ms.): Yes, but one seat is reserved.
M: That's ok; it's only the two of us.
Lena (L): Good afternoon.
Mr. Müller (Mr.) & Ms. Müller: Hello.
L: Would you like something to eat? I still have some Swedish chocolate left.
M: I would love some.
L: Would you like to try some, too? It is really good!
Mr.: No, thank you.
Ms.: I'd like to try some, but just a small piece. Where are you from?
L: I'm from Sweden...
M: ...and I'm from Brazil.
Mr.: Sweden and Brazil? They are quite a distance apart! Where did you two meet?
M: Well, we both study German and spent a semester in Cologne last year. Our rooms in the dorm were right next to each other.
L: Yes, and we also had some courses together at the university.
Ms.: Did you like it?
L: I liked it a lot. We learned a lot of new things, and we usually went somewhere on the weekends.
M: Yeah, it was great. We visited a lot of cities: Bonn, Frankfurt, Leipzig... what else... Berlin, Hamburg and even Amsterdam and Paris.
L: And Cologne is a great city. There are quite a few museums and exhibitions and there is always something going on at night. I really liked carnival in Cologne!
Mr.: Oh, then I guess you are heading to Cologne now?
M: That's right; we are going to visit friends there.
Ticket checker (T): Good afternoon, tickets please.
Everyone: Good afternoon!
M: Lena, you have the tickets.
L: No, you have them. I gave them to you at the hotel.
M: You wanted to give them to me, but you forgot.
L: Hold on a minute, let me look in my bag... Oh no, they're not there. I hope we didn't forget them in the hotel!
M: Maybe you put them in your jacket? Or in the suitcase?
L: No, I can't find them anywhere.
Mr.: Look down there. Something fell out of your bag.
M: Thank goodness, there they are! Here you go, sorry about that.
T: No problem. Enjoy the rest of your trip.