Context: The dialogue conversation between two friends who are planning a celebration. The characters Andrew and Luke are friends who are eager to host a New Year’s Eve party.
Conversation between two friends
Luke: Hi there.
Andrew: Hi Luke, How are you?
Luke: I am good. How are you?
Andrew: I am good too. So, tell me why you want to see me on such short notice.
Luke: Okay, this is going to be huge. I am going to throw my grand party once again to celebrate New Year,
Andrew: Oh, my god! That’s so great. I mean, this is one of the things that I miss the most during a pandemic.
Luke: I know right. Honestly, it’s been ages since all of us had fun together.
Andrew: Don’t tell me; I was the one that contacted you virtually every day throughout the holidays to whine about how much I miss our friends and your parties.
Luke: Ah! Yes. I recall your long, emotional, and somewhat bugging phone calls.
Andrew: Don’t be mean. It’s just that I miss you guys.
Luke: I’m just kidding; even I miss all of you guys. As you can see, the wait is over, so gather your friends; we’re going to have a huge New Year’s Eve celebration this year.
Andrew: Honestly, I can’t tell you how excited I am.
Luke: Calm your horses, because I have a list of chores for you too. I mean, you need to help me with arranging all this stuff. I can’t do it all alone!
Andrew: Sure, dude, I can buy gifts, and I can even arrange some of the most amazing drinks and cocktails in town.
Luke: That’s my man! That would be a great help, and no one can bring better drinks than you anyway.
Andrew: Yes, that’s right.
Luke: Also, I want you to send some invitations to our college friends too, because this year it’s going to be huge.
Andrew: Sure Man, Is there anything else I can help you with?
Luke: I can’t think of anything right now. If something comes to mind later, I’ll text you.
Andrew: Sure. Also, don’t invite Alicia. She’s a party-pooper and a heavy drinker.
Luke: What are you saying?
Andrew: I was having a great time until you made me her chaperone and made me drop her off at her place. Remember? New Year of 2020?
Luke: Don’t blame me; I trust you the most. Anyway, I promise that this time you are going to have a lot of fun without any interruptions.
Andrew: That’s a relief. I can’t wait for New Year’s Eve.
Luke: Okay, so let’s get to work. This party is going to be awesome.
Andrew: indeed. So, I’ll see you in two days with all the gifts.
Luke: Don’t forget the drinks, and please send invitations on time.
Andrew: Send the invitations to me, and I’ll forward them on. Also, I’ll be there around 3:00 p.m. on the 31st with all of the drinks and cocktails. Is that good with you?
Luke: Sure, see you then, buddy,
- Whine: to complain about something in an annoying, crying voice.
- Bugging: to annoy or worry somebody.
- Calm your horses: to slow down or stop for a moment.
- Party-pooper: a person who spoil social enjoyment.
- Chaperone: an older person who accompanies young people at a social gathering to ensure proper behavior.