A: how are you wedding plans going.
B: very well. We started organizing everything early to avoid a last minute rush to get things done. The only thing that isn’t ready yet is my wedding dress.
A: when will that be ready?
B: the dressmakers said that is would be ready in two weeks.
A: you’re getting married in three weeks. So that should be ok. So, you’ve prepared the church, catering, transport, hotel-everything.
B: yes. We’ve taken care of all of that. We decided not to get married in a church though. Neither of us is very religious.
A: which hotel will the reception be held at?
B: the palace hotel they’re taking care of the catering, including the wedding cake. I’m sure they’ll do a good job.
A; oh, yes. It’s and excellent hotel. A friend of mine had her wedding reception there and said it was perfect, though very expensive.
B: yes. It will be expensive, but we think it will be worth. It gives us great peace of mind to know that our reception is in the hands of experienced people.
A: I think you make the right decision.
A: I had a big argument with david yesterday. I hope he’s not still mad at me.
B: what did you argue about?
A: he borrowed some money from me and I needed it back. He said he didn’t have the money yet.
B: well, he should pay out back. It’s only fair.
A: yes, but is got angry with him too quickly. He probably thought that I mistrusted him. I shouldn’t have got angry.
B: did you lend him a lot of money?
A: not much. I had to pay an unexpected bill, so I needed the money back.
B; well, talk to him about it next time you see him. He probably feels as bad about it as you do. Close friends sometimes have disagreements. It’s nothing unusual. Neither of you said anything really nasty, did you?
A: no , we didn’t. I guess you’re right. We should patch things up.
B: of course you should. You wouldn’t want a silly argument to ruin a long friendship, would you?
A: are you going to helen’s birthday party on Friday evening?
B: I wouldn’t miss it for the world! It’s sure to be fun. She’s invited a lot of people. Do you thind everyone will be able to get into her house?
A: if everyone turned up, it would be a squeeze, but a feww people said that they couldn’t go, so I think it should be ok?
B: are you taking anything?
A: I’ve got her a birthday present and I’ll take a bottle fo wine too.
B: that’s a good idea. She told she had bought plenty of food and snacks. I think it’s going to be a noisy party. I hope her neihbours don’t mind too much.
A: helen gets on very well with her neighours. I wouldn’t be surprised if they went to the party too.
B: I’m ready looking forward to it. This party is going to be a blast!
A: well, don’t be late. I’ll see you on Friday at helen’s.