Melanie decides to call her friend Peter to talk to him about her worries.
Melanie: Hi Peter, it’s Melanie. I need to talk to you.
P: What’s going on?
M: I’m nervous. Last month I took my first university exam, remember?
P: Yes. Did you get the results?
M: Not yet. I’m afraid I didn’t pass it.
P: Don’t be worried, Melanie. I am optimistic about it, and…
M: Wait a second… Peter! I just received the e-mail, I passed it!
P: Really? I am so happy for you!
M: Thank you, you are so nice.
P: I have to go now, but we will talk soon.
M: Okay, bye!
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