Short English Conversation Dialogues
Short English Conversation Dialogues 01
You speak English very well.
What is your family name?
Can you come for dinner tonight?
No, I work at the market tonight.
I get car sick easily.
How are you this evening?
I’m a little bit tired.
I can’t stop laughing.
This movie is my favorite because it is funny.
What day was yesterday?
Yesterday was Sunday.
I need you very much.
I am here to stay.
I’d like to speak with Mr.Kim.
Mr.Kim is busy on another phone.
Which department do you work for?
I work in the Sales Department.
He’s very angry with you.
He is mad because I beat him in chess.
Aren’t you thirsty?
Yes, I could use a glass of water.
What time shall we leave?
In about 5 minutes.
What’s the capital of your country?
The capital of my country is Mexico City.
How much is it?
It’s 10 dollars.
Let’s take a break.
We will work on the job later.
The little boy got stung by a bee.
What a pity!
I’m afraid it will rain.
Don’t forget your umbrella!
It’s bitterly cold today.
Here’s a scarf to keep you warm.
Excuse me. Where is No.5 Street?
Go straight ahead and turn left at the second crossing.
What’s your friend’s name?
His name is John Smith.
Where would you like to go?
To the beach, please.
What month is this?
Who told you?
Is this the file you’re looking for?
It seems warm outside.
We can go horseback riding today.
Obviously he is wrong.
What is the correct answer?
My little brother can read English.
He is very smart!
Will you stay there for long?
No, I’ll move to Hollywood next month.
Hi, John, what lessons will you take this semester?
I’m taking History.
Don’t you think we should break up?
Is that what you really want?
Is it a boy or a girl?
Would you open the door for me, please?
What did he say?
He said he is from Canada.
What are you doing next week?
I’m thinking of going to my grandma’s.
You are so considerate!
Everyone deserves a kind treatment.
How do you feel today?
Let’s go to the gym.
I feel so fatigued today.
I plan to retire at age 60.
You must have been saving for years.
I can swim well.
I don’t like to swim. I prefer running.
I’m too busy to help him.
He needs a lot of help.
You made a mistake on this bill.
Please wait while I double check.
Do you have friends there?
Yes, a lot of friends.
What are you going to do next week?
I’m going to go New York next week.
Is that right?
Keep this money for me.
I will not forget the money.
Excuse me, would you give me a hand?
I’d be glad to help.
Could you repeat that?
I said I love watching the movies.
It smells good.
The cookies just came out of the oven.
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Can you please sit still!
I can’t help it.
Do you drink alcohol?
Occasionally I drink alcohol.
I don’t like to speak in public.
Don’t be afraid. Everyone is nice.
How do you feel about this one?
This one is better than the first one.
Don’t be so angry.
I am not angry. I am sad.
What do you like best, apples, pears, or bananas?
May I ask you a question?
What are you worried about?
I have a speech to give this afternoon.
I can’t find you!
It’s on the eighth floor.
May I try it on?
What time do you wake up?
I wake up at seven o’clock.
If only I could speak English!
English is easy to learn.
I know a good restaurant.
What kind of food do they serve?
Does John have a yellow pencil?
Yes, he does.
Come with me.
Where are you going?
I’m so happy you could come.
Thank you for inviting me.
Can I borrow your umbrella?
Sure but please return it tomorrow.
What kind of newspapers do you read?
A financial newspaper.
The printer needs paper.
How much paper do you need?
What’s your size?
Keep your room clean.
It is always dirty. I have a lot of clothes!
Is there a bank around here?
Yes. Go straight down this road and turn left at the second traffic light.
What time does the bus leave for the airport?
I don’t know.
Is there a supermarket near here?
Yes, it is next to the bank.
How much will it cost to the airport?
Around five or six dollars.
I’m running a fever.
Let me check your temperature.
How many times do you work out a week?
I work out on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
What would you like to eat?
May I have a look at the watch?
How long will you stay here?
I will stay for 3 weeks.
I’m nervous about going to the dentist.
I understand the way you feel.
I’ll call you back later.
Okay, I’ll wait for your call.
I quit smoking two years ago.
That is good! I am happy for you.
It’s a pencil.
Are you ready to go?
Hold on a minute! I can’t find my house keys.
What a beautiful jacket!
Do you think it looks good on me?
May I go to the movies tonight?
Yes. Please be home at 10 o’clock.
Would you like something to drink?
Thank you. May I have a cup of tea?
He came back from America.
How many days was his trip?
You look pale.
I did not eat lunch today.
Do they sell notebooks at the store?
I have seen notebooks there before.
Are you here on business?
Yes, I am.
Can you help me with this project?
I’ll be right there.
Do you want to take a break?
No, I’m not tired.
It’s a pity that you can’t come.
You will all have fun!
I am nervous to tell him about the job.
Let me handle this.
Would you like something to drink?
How long have you had it?
More than a month.
Can you speak slowly?
I will try my best to speak slowly.
When is it convenient for you?
Friday afternoon is fine.
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How much is the total?
Your total is 1600 yen.
He always talks big.
I hope he follows through.
What is your surname?
Do you think she likes pink?
I don’t know.
I think the bigger one is better.
Thank you for your suggestion.
Do you think this job is suitable for you?
My job allows me to be creative.
What time do you start work?
I start work at 9 o’clock.
Do you have a minute?
No, I have to go.
Approximately how much is your budget?
My budget is 1000 yen.
Could I borrow your car?
Sure, as long as you promise to take care of it.
Is she American?
No, she is Canadian.
Would you be so kind as to lend me some money?
No problem. How much?
This book isn’t interesting at all.
Let’s go to the library to find another.
How long have you been studying Chinese?
More than three years.
The milk tastes sour.
It is old. Drink the apple juice.
He has a passive character.
He is very boring.
What did he say in the letter?
He said he had recently changed a new job.
What do you usually do for exercise?
Swimming and running are my favorite types of exercise.
You look tired, is everything Ok?
Yeah, everything’s fine.
Do you often have dreams?
Some nights I have very vivid dreams.
Are you busy right now?
Yes, right now isn’t a good time.
Where does it hurt?
How will this be?
That will be just fine.
Where are you going?
To the library.
Would you help me remove the refrigerator?
I’m glad to, but I’m afraid I don’t have the time.
What’s your address?
44 Lincoln Street.
What are you making for dinner?
I usually eat out.
How long have you been married?
We’ve been married for 2 years.
How’s the weather?
It’s very hot.
Which is your best subject?
I am best at math.
I am afraid to sing for the audience.
I am best at math.
Aren’t they students?
I really don’t know.
What did you major in at college?
I majored in economics.
This problem is difficult to solve.
Do you have any questions?
What are you doing tomorrow?
I have no idea.
How wide is this bridge?
Aren’t you forgetting something?
I don’t think so.
Do you worry about your child’s tuition?
We have started saving since they were born.
What kind of sports do you like?
I like soccer and basketball.
It’s warm today.
I can finally wear my new crop top.
He knows a lot about animals.
He has three dogs, five cats, and a bird.
Where do you live?
I live two blocks from here.
Are you ready to order?
Yes. I’ll have the roast chicken.
Would you please open the door for me?
Have you seen the doctor?
It’s against the law.
How are you doing these days?
Not bad, same as usual.
I have to go now.
Bye! See you soon!
When do you play tennis?
I play tennis every Sunday morning.
I am not sure we will get to the restaurant on time.
It’s not so far.
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Do you have any wine?.
Sure. What kind do you want?
Yes, sir. May I help you?
I have a reservation for tonight.
Do you know what time it is?
It’s 3:40 PM.
His aunt looks young.
She is 32-years-old.
What’s your motherland?
I was born in India and brought up in France.
Do you think he hates me?
He is introverted.
What terrible weather!
You can borrow my umbrella.
Choose between these two.
I like the one on the left.
Are you free this afternoon?
Yes, let’s meet at the library.
Who broke this window?
Your neighbor broke the window.
Does it often snow in Shanghai?
I don’t know, I’ll ask my brother.
Would you mind drawing a map for me?
His English is quite good.
He speaks better than me!
I felt like crying.
Losing a game is sad.
What was I saying?