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Archive Episode 92: You voted that: Tim will look for another job
Tim and Khalid in the park
Episode 92: The cost of living
Tim: So how are you settling in then Khalid?
Khalid: There is going well Tim. You've all been really friendly, footy in the park and cups of teas in the afternoon. I can't believe I get all this for only 75 a week.
Tim: How much?
Khalid: 75. I know it's less than what you're paying but us students need every discount we can get.
Tim: Oh yeah, I, I knew you'd got a discount, I just didn't realise how much of one you'd wangled.
Khalid: Did I put my foot in it?
Tim: No, no Khalid but there's, there's an old saying "If you don't ask, you don't get" so maybe it's time for this jobless one to start negotiating a bit too.
This vote has now closed:

Which phrase or sentence of Khalid's is correct?
 
 
1: there is going well
 
2: footy in the park
 
3: cups of teas
 
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