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Conversation Role Play: Fancy Meeting You Here!

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In this #short, gain confidence speaking as you role play with me. Learn the #conversation. Study these words and expressions:
????Fancy meeting you here! = a friendly way to greet someone when you're surprised to see them at that place or event (Sometimes used with humor.)
????drag someone somewhere = persuade someone to go there
????get out more = go out of your home and do things, especially to socialize


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