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A: Hello. May I speak to Tom?

B: Speaking. Who's calling, please?

A: Hi, Tom. This is Sam.
How are you doing?

B: Just fine. How's your new school?

A: It's great.
By the way, what are you doing?

B: I'm playing computer games.

A: Will you come to Yunsan Middle
School?

B:Why?

A: We are going to play scoocer at 3:00 p.m.

B: OK. I'll come right away.

A: See you there.

(Is the dialogue grammatical? Would you check each sentence? Thank you.)

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    Each sentence is good.

    Sra

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