1. From a class they take together 2. They are 1 year apart 3. The girl 4. To get a B or better on the midterm
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Step 3: Show Conversation Dialog A: "Hi. Aren't you in my sociology class?" B: "I think so. With Professor Robinson right?" A: "Yeah. I'm Nicole." B: "I'm George. It's nice to meet you." A: "How are you liking the class so far?" B: "I like the subject. I think it's pretty interesting." A: "Me too. But it's hard to sit in class when the weather is so nice." B: "Tell me about it. The weather has been so great lately." A: "So, what year are you?" B: "I'm a sophomore. How about you?" A: "I'm a freshman." B: "Where are you from around here?" A: "No. I'm from the east. I grew up in New York." B: "New York? That seems like a fun place." A: "More like a busy place. Everyone is always on the run over there." B: "I grew up in San Francisco." A: "That's not too far from here. Do you like living on the west coast?" B: "I haven't been to many other places, but the west coast is a great place." A: "Yeah. I like it too." B: "Are you ready for the mid term next Friday?" A: "I'm so behind. I've been going out a lot. I'm having so much fun, but I really need to catch up on my school work." B: "Where do you usually hang out?" A: "No where specific. We always do different things." B: "Have you been to Alcatraz yet?" A: "Not yet. I want to go though." B: "I highly recommend it. It's an interesting place to visit." A: "Maybe you could take me there." B: "If you get a B or better on your midterm, I'll take you there." A: "Deal. It was great meeting you. I'll talk to you again tomorrow." B: "Ok. See you later."