Todd: OK. Hello! Can I have your name please?
Todd: Cat? Uh, is that short for something?
Cat: Short for Kathryn.
Todd: Kathryn. OK, Kathryn. What's your full name?
Cat: Kathryn Lovelock.
Todd: Oh, nice name. Nice!
Cat: Glad you think so.
Todd: And where are you from?
Cat: Ah, from England.
Todd: OK. Where in England?
Cat: Ah, in the Southeast. A small town just by the seaside.
Todd: Nice. So you live by the beach?
Cat: Yes, about ten minutes from the beach.
Todd: Wow, do you surf?
Cat: It's not the kind of place you can surf. The waves are too small and the sea is too cold
Todd: OK. What kind of place is your town?
Cat: What kind of place?
Cat: It's..it's..well very very small. It's normally really busy in the summer. There's not very much to do there, but when the sun is shining you can go
to the beach. It's really good.
Todd: Yeah, sounds like a great place. How far is it from London?
Cat: Ah, about 70 miles, so that's about two hours by train.
Cat: From Central London.
Todd: So when you go to London, you go by train?
Cat: Normally because you can't drive, there's nowhere to park.
Todd: OK. Great. Thanks.