Asking About Community Gardens CLB5

Gap-fill exercise

Listen to the audio, and fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers. Use the "Clue" button to get a free letter if an answer is giving you trouble. You can also click on the "[?]" button to get a clue. Note that you will lose points if you ask for hints or clues!
Setting: This dialogue takes place on the phone. Speaker B would like to join a community gardening group in her neighbourhood.

A: Worker at The Riverdale Farm B: Caller

Listen to activity

A: Good Morning, Riverdale Farm.

B: Hello. I’m calling to about the community gardening program at the Riverdale Farm.

A: Yes. We’re signing up to participate in our Saturday morning gardening program in our vegetable gardens.

B: Is it possible to with flowers and herbs?

A: Yes. We have an herb garden next to the and there are some floral gardens along the walkways.

B: Should I bring anything?

A: If you have a favourite gardening tool, bring it along. Oh, and a pair of gardening if you have them.

B: Okay. I have my own gloves.

A: Are you an gardener?

B: No, just a beginner. You could call me an gardener.

A: Well, my name is Anton and I to meeting you.

B: My name is Tanya. I look forward to you too.

A: Just come in to the red brick house in Riverdale Park. We’re all meeting there at am.

B: Okay, sounds good. See you next weekend.

A: Bye bye.