‘Hi Jack. Where are you going?’

‘Hello Richard. I’m on my way to the shopping centre.’

‘I see. Are you going to buy something?’

‘No, I’m not going to buy anything. I don’t need anything.’

‘So, why are you going to the shopping centre?’

‘I’m going to meet my friend.’

‘Do you often meet this friend?’

‘No, not often. I met him two years ago. I didn’t see him for a long time.’

‘Yes, two years is a long time. So, why do you want to meet with him today?’

‘He is my old friend from school. We studied together. He has his own IT company and he is very successful. I want to start my own business. I want to have my own company.’

‘I see. And you think that he can help you.’

‘Exactly! I think that he can give me some good advice. I want to start my company but I don’t know where to begin. I don’t know how to do it.’

‘It is very good that you have a friend who can help you. He should give you some very good advice.’

‘I hope so!’

‘OK, so I wish you good luck with your new business! Have a nice day!’

‘Thank you! And you!’