"What season d'you like best of all?"
"I like summer. I'm a good swimmer and I like boating."
"I think winter is as good as summer. Don't you like skiing or skating on a clear winter day?"
"Yes, but I haven't got enough time to go skiing, and I can't skate at all."
"Are you going for a holiday in the summer this year?"
"I'm afraid not. I shall be having my holiday in the autumn. I hope it won't be raining all the time."
"Then you should go to the South. They say autumn is the best season there. There's also a lot of fruit there at that time of year. I'm sure you'll enjoy your holiday in the autumn."
"When are you having your holiday this year?"
"Very soon. In a couple [´kApl] — ‘пара’ of days, to be exact." [Ig´zækt] — ‘точнее’
"Are you? How lucky, I'll be having mine this month too. What about going to the riverside together?"
"I'm all for it. — ‘Я согласен.’ I'd be delighted." [dI´laItId] — ‘С удовольствием’
"Splendid. — ‘Чудесно.’ See you tomorrow then." — ‘Тогда до завтра.’