1. She is gone.
2. She is lost.
3. What’s her appearance?
4. What’s up?
5. What’s wrong with you?
6. What’s going on?
7. Is it lost?
8. Dose it disappear?
9. Could you do me a favor? I’m a new comer.
10. I have my purse lost.
W: Oh, no. Charlie, where is my purse?
M: Don’t you have it? Did you lose it?
W: Yes, I did. I lost it. It disappeared.
M: Myrdal, purse don’t just disappear. Think carefully. When did you have it last?
W: I had it when I left the house. I had it when we start to get the hotdog.
M: OK. Let’ go back to the hotdog stand.
M: May I help you?
W: My daughter. She is missing. I don’t know where she is.
M: What dose she look like?
W: She has blond hair and blue eyes.
M: What was she wearing?
W: She has a yellow dress on and red sneakers.
M: When did you last see her?
W: I just saw her down the street. I don’t know where she is. I don’t know…
M: How long has it been?
W: Oh, it’s been uh… fifteen minutes.
M: What’s the matter, dear?
W: Something awful happened. We went to the Portobello Road, and someone stole my handbag.
M: Oh, dear. Did you lose a lot of money?
W: No. Only a few pounds. But my passport was in the bag. That’ what I’m really worry about.
M: You must tell the embassy about it. And I think they’ll issue you with a new one.
W: I’d better go tomorrow.
M: No. But you mustn’t leave it too long. Did you report it the police?
W: No. I couldn’t find a policeman.
M: Well. You must report that it’s been stolen. And give the police description of your bag. You’d better go to the local police station tomorrow morning.
W: Yes. I’ll do it tomorrow.
M: And Lisa.
M: It’s not the end of the world.
W: Excuse me. I lost my way. Could you tell me where the scholar cinema is, please?
M: The Scholar? Let me see. Oh… yes, Of course I know. It’s in the Lincoln Square.
W: Is that near here?
M: Oh, yes. It’s just a few minutes block. Turn left at the traffic light, and you’ll see it.
W: Thank you very much.
W: I’ve lost my purse.
M: Oh, dear. What was in it?
W: All my money.
M: Well. Go to the police station and see if it’s there.
M: Excuse me. I’m a stranger here and lost my way.
W: Can I help you?
M: Sure. Can I get to the central department stall this way?
W: uh…Yes. Turn right, then take the second turning on your left.
M: Is it far?
W: It’s about fifteen minutes’ walk. That’s all.
M: And do you know where the national bank is?
W: Yes. It’s on this street. Keep walking for two blocks and it’s on the corner on the right.
M: Thanks very much.
W: You are welcome. Good luck.
M: Thank you. I won’t miss it.
The police are looking for one M-marine shepherd aged 26, who has been missing from her home in Cleveland since September 14th. She is five feet six inches with some braid hair, blue eyes and a fair complexion. She is of medium build. When last seen, she is wearing a pale blue dress and a green overcoat. Anyone knowing the whereabouts of this person is requested to contact the nearest police station.