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arrange the sentences to good dialoge.
a: did you hear the good news?
a: you think so?
a: i got a promotion at my job
b: did you really?
b: well, congratulations
a: thank you
a: seriously, i am so excited
a: really?
b: yes. good for you
b: no, i haven't
b: i'm so happy for you
b: yes. you really deserved this

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  1. Did you hear the good news?
    No, I haven't.
    I got a promotion at my hob
    Did you really?
    well congratulations
    Im so happy for you
    Really?
    yes, good for you
    do you think so?
    yes you really deserved this
    thank you

    posted by Ellie

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