This is a conversation between a young student and an older family member.
The student has just started University in Auckland, New Zealand.
Uncle: Hi Sineah, how's your university study going? Student: It's going pretty good. It's a lot of work though. Uncle: Is this your first year? Student: Yes, this is my first year. Uncle: OK, what are you studying? Student: I'm studying foundation into Biomed. Uncle: And how many years is that? Student: It's three years. Me : OK, how many classes do you have a week? Student: Between eight to 10. Uncle: OK, and how many people in your classes? Student: Forty to 50 people in each class. Uncle: Wow, that's a lot. Is the University very big? Student: It's huge. Uncle: Huh. And which University is it? Student: It's the Auckland University. Uncle: And how far away from the University do you live? Student: I live about an hour away by train. Uncle: Ahh, and do you flat with other people? Student: I flat with two other full-time workers. Uncle: Alright, and they're not University students? Student: No. Uncle: Do you have any part-time jobs? Student: No, I wish. ( laughs ) Uncle: and how are you finding being in Auckland? Student: It's pretty good, a lot of people there though. Uncle: Yeah. What's the best thing about it so far? Student: Meeting all the different people, and just all the experiences that go along with starting University. Uncle: Alright. OK, well good luck with it. Student: Thank you. Uncle: OK, see ya. Student:Bye.