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Lesson 77 - My mother-in-law is coming tomorrow.
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Lisa : Hello?
James : Hi. Are you still up?
Lisa : Yes.
James : You sound tired, is everything OK?
Lisa : Yeah, everything's fine. I'm just getting ready to go to bed. It's been a really long day.
James : Do you have time to get some coffee with me later? I have something I want to talk to you about.
Lisa : No, sorry. Not today. I have to get up early tomorrow.
James : Oh, What are you going to do tomorrow?
Lisa : My mother-in-law is coming over so I have to get up early and clean the house.
James : I see.
Lisa : Are you free tomorrow?
James : Yes, in the afternoon. I have to finish something I'm working on, but I'll be free after 3:30.
Lisa : Do you want to get together after you finish work?
James : Do you think you'll have time?
Lisa : Yeah, my mother-in-law will be leaving here around 2PM.

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