Amy: Have you heard the
(astonish) news about Lucy and Sam?
Cathy: You mean about their getting married. Yes, I have. I was absolutely
heard about it. I thought it was the most
(amaze) thing I'd heard in a long time.
(worry) that they would split up. They were always at each other’s throat.
(embarrass) to hear them row. And what is more, they didn’t care who heard
Amy: I agree with you. I was pretty
(stun) when I heard them myself. I was
once at a dinner party. They didn’t stop arguing through the whole of
main course. It was really
Cathy: Of course, I'm
(relieve) to hear that they are going to tie the knot.
But I can’t imagine that they will live a life of
Amy: What a
(depress) thing to say.
Cathy: Not really. I’m just being honest.
Amy: Well, we’ve got the wedding to look forward to. Weddings are always
Cathy: I can’t see what’s
(thrill) in seeing two people getting hitched, knowing full
well that it won’t last.
Amy: Now, you’re making me
(depress) again. What’s more, you’re
(irritate) me. I think I had better leave before we have a row.