-New flame-

At home New flame
You look smart, going anywhere special? Che eleganza, vai in un posto speciale?
As it happens, I'm going out for dinner. Guarda caso, vado fuori a cena.
Who with? Con chi?
I'm going out with Jenny. Esco con Jenny.
Who's Jenny? Chi è Jenny?
She works in accounts. Lavora in contabilità.
I've been seeing her for a while now. La frequento da un po' di tempo ormai.
How long have you been seeing her? Da quanto tempo vi frequentate?
We've been going out since we met at the Christmas party. Usciamo insieme da quando ci siamo conosciuti alla festa di Natale.
Come on, spill the beans! Dai, su, vuota il sacco!
What's she like? Com'è?
She's really nice. È molto carina.
I really like her. Mi piace davvero.
She's a good laugh. È divertente.
What does she look like? Com'è fisicamente?
She's quite petite with shoulder-length brown hair. È piuttosto minuta e ha i capelli castani lunghi fino alle spalle.

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