Y: Hey What's up, Patrick?
P: Well, Yang Chen, I'm watching the Winter Olympics on TV. Today they are having the biathlon competition.
P: The biathlon is one part cross country skiing, one part shooting.
Y: That's a real sport?
P: Yep, it's pretty entertaining too.
P: Well they are timed, so whoever goes through the course the fastest and hits the most targets shooting wins.
P: That's why its called the biathlon.
Y: It's such a strange sport.
P: Oh come on. Yang Chen, you can't say it's strange just because you are not good at. Well it's a tough sport too. But lucky for us, we're in here watching it on TV.
Y: Watching TV is your number one sport.
P: I'll have you know I am a very accomplished skier.
P: It's a shame there are no mountains in downtown Washington, or I'd show you a thing or two. What about you, Yang Chen, do you like skiing?
P: (Sarcastically) You mean your warm personality isn't enough to keep you from getting frostbite?
Y: 我知道你在讽刺我。 I just prefer to be warm, that's all. Let's leave the biathlon to other people.
P: Sounds good to me. Pull up a seat and watch me participate in my favorite sport:
P/Y: Watching TV!