Frank: hi, Mary! What do you like to do in your spare time?
Mary: well, I spend a lot of time watching movies.
F: what a concidence! I also watch a lot of movies.
M: oh really, Frank? What kind of movies do you like?
F: actually, I watch whichever movie there is, be it a comedy, a sci-fi or a suspense movie. How about you?
M: art films are my favorite, but thrillers are cool, too.
F: really impressive. These two genres are definitely different.
M: sure. I enjoy both of them very much.
F: how often do you go to the cinema?
M: once in a while, I suppose, I usually rent movies at Movie Salon.
F: movie salon? What's that?
M: it's a movie rental store in my neighborhood. I've got a membership there.
F: is it good?
M: yes, you can find almost all new releases there.
F: really? Maybe I shall also sign up for its membership.
M: why not?
F: Morning, Mary. I havcn't seen you in a longtime. What's up?
M: Oh, I took up a new hobby.
F: So you don't travel a lot now?
M: No, Frank. I'm much more interestcd in collecting stamps now.
F: It's ccrtainly a popular hobby. I know a lot of peoplelovc stamps.
M: It certainly is. It's so much fun.
F: I believe collcctin stamprs hassomctlling similar to traveling right?
0: Absolute!y. Through ajI kinds of stamps. I am able to learn about the world.
F: Well, every stamp nas a story to telI.
M: You're right. And I also mect many new friends while colI∞ting stamps.
M: Somctimcs we even spend bours discussing our collcctions.
F: There's a lot to sh when you have a common interest.
M: Yes, it's really amazing. I got to go now. I'm mceting witb some other collectors.
F: Ok, good luck. See you
M: See yuu, Frank.