J: Will you accept my arm?
M: I'd be delighted.
J: Don't I know you from somewhere? Are you....
M: Oh, the host Jim is my cousin.
J: It's my pleasure Lo be your lucky fellow. I'm Jack. Jim's colleague.
M: Please call me Mary.
J: Had you been in the same college with Jim? I'm also Jim's classmate.
M: No, I went abroad for my college education.
J: Sounds great! How do you feel about Beijing?
M: I love Beijing. The scenery here is so amazing!
J: Yeah, there are also many historical sites in Beijing. If you like, it's my pleasure to be your guide.
M: You are so kind. Thank you. Oh, pardon me, I've stepped on your toes.
J: That's all right, no harm done.
M: You're an expert.
J: No, I took up dancing quite recently. Well, the music has ended.
M: Thank you for the dance.
J: Hi, Caleb. What does "BTW" mean I just heard of "BMW".
C: "BTW" is the abbreviation of "by the way". It is often used when chatting online.
J: No wonder I see it many times a day.
C: Do you often chat online?
J: Yeah, I find it eng to talk with strangers.
C: I can't believe you are so into charting with strangers. It's dangerous.
J: Easy, man. But it's actually interesting to meet different people this way.
C: Anyway, be care