Todd: OK, we're here with Laura. Hello!
Todd: Hi! Now, Laura, where you are from?
Laura: I'm from Hong Kong.
Todd: Hong Kong. That's great. So tell us about Hong Kong.
Laura: Well, it's a country for people, and well, when I ask my friends would they love Hong Kong they just say, Oh well, many good cheap things to buy, what, so many, a lot of delicious dishes, what, so.
Laura: And Hong Kong is a really big modern city, with tall, tall buildings.
Todd: Do you live downtown where all the tall buildings are?
Laura: When, I'm in the city. I live in the 24th floor.
Todd: The 24th floor.
Laura: So my brother live in 44.
Laura: It's amazing right?
Todd: Yeah, that's insane. Wow
Laura: So just for residential users we have very tall buildings.
Todd: Oh, OK. What's the best thing about Hong Kong?
Laura: Well, what do you mean?
Todd: Like what's something that is really nice about living in Hong Kong?
Todd: It's kind of hard. I'm sorry. On the spot. How about the food? Does Hong Kong have really good food?
Laura: Maybe a lot of choice. So you have different kind of cuisine, like Japanese food, Chinese food, Western food, well, a lot of choice.
Todd: OK. And the people of Hong Kong, do they all speak different types of Chinese?
Laura: Well, mainly Cantonese, but sometimes, well in school they usually speak English.
Laura: Yes, now because well, we are a part of China, so we usually, we have to learn Mandarin as well.
Todd: OK, so you speak Mandarin, Cantonese, and English.
Laura: Well, you can say that.
Todd: That's amazing. OK, thanks a lot.