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Could you please check this dialogue and tell me if the expressions are commonly used in American English? Would you have written them differently=

1.How are things with you? Any news?
2.We’ve moved house.
3.Where did you move to?
4.We moved to Villiers Terrace, just round the corner. I really like it there.
5.That’s great news. I’m glad to hear it.
6.What about you? What have you been up to?
7.Oh, not much. I work here most days, looking after the cafè.
8.Well, it’s good to see you.
9.Yes, you too. I’ll see you then.

  • English -

    1.How are you? Any news?

    2.We’ve moved into a new house.

    3.Where did you move?

    4.We moved to Villiers Terrace, just around the corner. I really like it there.






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