SCOTT： So， what would you like to drink？
SYLVIA： I don't know. Do they have tea？
SCOTT： What did you say？ Tea？
SYLVIA： Yes. Do they have any iced tea？
SCOTT： No， I don't think so. This is a pub.
SYLVIA： Sure. A lot of pubs do.
SCOTT： I can't imagine that. It sounds strange. Anyway， what would you like as a drink？
SYLVIA： Maybe juice then.
SCOTT： Juice？ It's 10：30！ How can you drink juice？
SYLVIA： Why not？
SCOTT： But this is a pub. They have beer， or wine， or liquor here.
I thought you wanted to have a drink.
SYLVIA： But I don't like alcohol. It makes my face turn red.
SCOTT： Your face turns red？
SYLVIA： Yes， it turns all red. So I don't drink alcohol usually.
SCOTT： So what do you usually drink when you go out？
SYLVIA： I drink tea， or juice.
SCOTT： But you are in a pub right now. Almost all women here know how to drink alcohol.
You should learn.
SYLVIA： Why do I have to learn？ I don't like it.
SCOTT： Because when you go out with people， everybody drinks.
And your company will have parties too.
If you refuse to drink alcohol， people will think you are too conservative.
SYLVIA： So you think I need to drink， huh？
SCOTT： At least get used to it. You should be able to drink two or three drinks.
SYLVIA： Alright. I will try. What are you drinking？
SCOTT： Gin and tonic.
SYLVIA： Is it strong？
SCOTT： Average. Not too strong.
SYLVIA： I will have one too then. But you must promise not to laugh at my red face.
SCOTT： I promise. I'll go to the bar and get two gin and tonics.