Hana: What’s on the program tomorrow? Guide: Visiting the museum, the citadel and the shopping market. Hana: Where and when is the meeting point? (Where and when shall we gather?) Guide: At the lobby, by 8:30.
At the museum! Guide: Here are your entry tickets. Will you keep your cameras at the security office?! It’s not allowed to use them inside the museum. (Inside the museum) Hana: What’s on the second floor? Guide: The second floor contains all the monuments of king Tut Ankh Amoun, and the mummies room.
At the museum! Guide: Here are the treasures of the famous boy king Tut Ankh Amoun; his golden mask, his chariot, and his coffins! Hana: Is the mummies room included in the tour package? Guide: No, it’s an option. If you wish to enter, you have tobuy a ticket; the entry fee is $20 per person.
Visting the citadel Hana: Who built this citadel? Guide: Saladin did. Hana: How far is the citadel from the city center? Guide: About 5 kilometers. Hana: What is that building within? Guide: That is Muhammad Ali mosque.
Visting the citadel Hana: Muhamad Ali, the famous boxer? Guide: No, Muhammad Ali was The sultan Of Egypt about two hundred years ago.
At the old market Hana: How much is that? Shop Assistant: 20 pounds. Hana: That’s a bit too expensive, will you give me some discount?! Shop Assistant: 18; only for you! Hana: Thanks; out of 50 please. Shop Assistant: Here you go; 32 pounds change.
At the old market Shop Keeper: Hello, may I help you? Hana: I want to buy some souvenirs for my friends, back in Japan; what do you recommend? Shop Keeper: How old are they? Hana: Almost the same age as mine; 26. Shop Keeper: You can buy some perfume glasses, papyrus or cotton T. shirts.
At the old market Hana: Are those traditional Egyptian souvenirs? Shop Keeper: That’s right, and most of the tourists buy such things.