Dialogues

Dialogues are samples of how native English speakers actually communicate. If you want your English to sound natural, the best thing to do is to memorize sentences from the dialogues!

Dialogue also introduce and allow you to practice grammar in context – the way it is actually used.

There are two types of dialogues here: short two-line exchanges and longer conversations.

 

Workplace dialogues (co-workers, manager, job interview, etc.)

Asking for Help

Job interview

Work places and Jobs

On the phone Doing Business

Casual co-workers’ conversation (making a guess)

First day at work

Community dialogues (friends, neighbours, at a grocery store, library, etc.)

Phrasal verbs dialogue Whistler

Shopping mall

Making a guess

Describing places (It’s a place where…)

Talking about jobs

Plans for the weekend

Busy life (mothers)

Asking for Help 1

Dialogues to practice Idioms and other vocabulary

Idioms Intro

Idioms1

Collocations with DO, MAKE and TAKE

Pretty good (use of ‘pretty’)

Organizing Ideas / Sequencing (first, then, next)

‘When did you say’ (asking for info to be repeated)

Idioms and Phrasal verbs – Shopping

Pronunciation practice

Contractions

Grammar

Present Perfect

Modal Verbs

Modal Verbs 2

Future

Future Plans

Present Past Future 1

Modal verb ‘Could’ to make suggestions

Past Simple

Past Simple Questions

Gerunds (two-line dialogues)

Gerunds

Comparative degree of adjectives

Degrees of comparison of adjectives