Mark: Hello, my name is Mark.
Sorie: And my name is Sorie.
Mark: Today’s question is would you buy a computersecondhand?
Sorie: I would. Definitely. I don't mind if it's new orold, as long as it works. I'm not picky. How aboutyou?
Mark: Definitely. I'm not picky either. I don’t why I wouldn't buy a computer secondhand.
Mark: Can you foresee any problems, though?
Sorie: I don't think so. And they are cheap, so I think it's really good. Yeah.
Mark: So basically, we think that buying a computer secondhand has no possible problems.
Sorie: And my name is Sorie, and today's question is ...
Mark: Do you read food labels?
Sorie: I don't really, but my father used to read food labels and I used to hate going shopping with him because I had to wait for hours until he finishedreading the labels. Yeah. How about you?
Mark: I I read food labels. Yeah. If I don't read the food label, I don't know what's in the food. Is that not a problem for you?
Sorie: I guess it is, but I guess I trust the people that make the food. But what do you think? Should I not trust the people that make our food anymore?
Mark: You should trust them, but maybe there are things in the food that you don't want to go into your body.
Sorie: That's a really interesting topic.
Sorie: Yeah, I think I'll start reading the labels from now on.
Mark: I think you should.
Sorie: Thank you.
1. used to do sth. 过去常常；过去曾；
He used to be one of the professors at the School of Education.
2. go shopping 购物；
I live just by the market, and it's very convenient to go shopping.
3. finish doing sth. 结束；做毕；
After finish reading the book, everyone seems to have a little experience with the exotic trip, experienced a spiritual growth.
4. from now on 从现在开始；
It's getting colder and colder from now on.