Basic English Conversation: 100 Daily Topics | Topic: 21 -30

Must read

Helena Daily English
Helena Daily English
One of the best ways to improve communication skills is to become familiar with the language by reading, building vocabulary, and discussing what you study in daily conversations. Helena Daily English blog provides the Daily English knowledge that you can study and then try to apply in everyday situations

Basic English Conversation: 100 Daily Topics | Topic: 21 -30


  • Jeff, I’m going to the supermarket. Do you want to come with me? 
  • I think the supermarket is closed now.
  • Oh, When does it close?
  • It closes at 7:00 on Sundays.
  • That’s too bad. 
  • Don’t worry, we can go tomorrow morning. It opens at 8:00.
  • Alright. What do you want to do now? 
  • Lets take a walk for a half an hour. My sister will get here at about 8:30PM and then we can all go out to dinner.
  • Where does she live? 
  • She lives in San Francisco.
  • How long has she lived there? 
  • I think she’s lived there for about 10 years.
  • That’s a long time. Where did she live before that? 
  • San Diego.



  • Charles, do you have any children? 
  • Yes.
  • How many children do you have? 
  • I have two kids. A boy and a girl.
  • What are their names? 
  • Jack and Stephanie.
  • How old are they? 
  • Stephanie is 18 and Jack is 24.
  • Are they in school? 
  • Stephanie is. She goes to college in Washington and Jack works in Florida.
  • What does Stephanie study? 
  • She studies English.
  • Is she here now? 
  • No, she’s at school.



  • William, do you like studying English? 
  • I like studying English, and I can read well, but speaking can be difficult.
  • It’s not that bad. If you talk to your American friends every day, you’ll learn quickly. 
  • Can I ask you a question?
  • Sure, what do you want to know? 
  • I have my book from class here. How do you say this word?
  • ‘Laptop ‘
  • Sorry, I don’t understand. What does that mean?
  • A laptop is a type of computer that you can carry with you. Do you understand? 
  • Yes, I think so. Can you say it again?
  • ‘Laptop’. 
  • ‘Laptop’. Did I pronounce that correctly?
  • Yes, that’s right. That’s very good. 
  • Thanks. And this word? How do you pronounce this?
  • That word is pronounced ‘kitchen’. 
  • Thanks so much. You’re a good teacher.
  • Thanks. 


  • Hey, How’s it going? 
  • Not good. I lost my wallet.
  • Oh, that’s too bad. Was it stolen? 
  • No, I think it came out of my pocket when I was in the taxi.
  • Is there anything I can do? 
  • Can I borrow some money?
  • Sure, how much do you need? 
  • About 50 dollars.
  • That’s no problem. 
  • Thanks. I’ll pay you back on Friday.
  • That’ll be fine. Here you are. 
  • What are you going to do now?
  • I’m going to buy some books and then I’m going to the gas station. 
  • If you wait a minute I can go with you.
  • I’ll wait for you.



  • Hello? 
  • Hi, is James there please?
  • Yes. Who’s calling? 
  • Linda.
  • One moment please. 
  • Hello? 
  • Hi James, it’s Linda.
  • Hi Linda. 
  • What are you doing now?
  • I’m working. 
  • Are you busy?
  • Yes. It’s been really busy here all day. 
  • What time do you get off (of) work?
  • 8:30PM 
  • I’ll call you back after 8:30PM
  • Talk to you later.
  • Bye bye.

Lesson 26: FAMILY TRIP

  • David, what have you been up to lately? 
  • I went on a trip with my family last week.
  • Really? Where did you go? 
  • We went to Europe.
  • What cities did you go to? 
  • London, Paris and a few other smaller cities.
  • Did you go to Berlin? 
  • No, We didn’t go there. I’d like to go there next time.
  • I think the summer is a good time to visit Berlin. It’s a beautiful place and the people there are very nice. 
  • That’s what I’ve heard.
  • I went there last year. If you want, I can give you some information I have about the city. 
  • Thanks.



  • Sarah, what did you do today? 
  • I went shopping.
  • Did you buy anything? 
  • Yes, I bought a few things.
  • What did you buy? 
  • I bought this coat. Do you like it?
  • Yeah, I like it a lot. It’s very pretty. Where did you buy it? 
  • At the mall on 5th street.
  • Was it expensive? 
  • No, it wasn’t expensive. It was on sale for 20 dollars.
  • That’s cheap. 
  • I know. It was a really good deal.
  • I don’t think you’ll need to wear it for a while. It’s been really hot lately. 



  • Paul, what kind of music do you like to listen to? 
  • All kinds, but mostly Pop, rock and classical. Why?
  • I have tickets to a show. Do you want to go with me? 
  • What kind of music is it?
  • Pop. It’s Mariah Carey. 
  • When is it?
  • At 8PM tomorrow night. 
  • Yeah, I’d like to go. Do you think we should have dinner first?
  • Yes, that’s a good idea. 
  • Let’s eat at the restaurant across the street from my apartment.
  • Oh, I think I know the place you mean. We ate there last month, right? 
  • Yes, that’s right. You have a good memory.



  • Lisa, would you like to go to the library with me? 
  • Do you think we can go buy a newspaper first?
  • Sure. First we’ll go buy a newspaper and then we’ll go to the library. 
  • Are we going to walk or drive?
  • The weather is really nice today. Let’s walk. 
  • The weather is good now, but I think it’s suppose to rain this afternoon.
  • Alright, then let’s take an umbrella. Is your brother coming with us? 
  • No, he’s still sleeping.
  • Wow, it’s already 10:00AM. He must have been up late last night. 
  • Yeah, he didn’t come home until 12:00AM.
  • I hope he can come later.
  • I hope so too. I’ll give him a call when we get there.
  • How do we get to the library from here? 
  • It’s straight down this road on the left, next to the museum. It takes about 10 minutes.



  • Hi Melissa, are you going home this weekend? 
  • No, not this weekend. I have too much work to do.
  • Where do your parents live? 
  • My father lives in Washington DC.
  • How about your mother? 
  • My mother died two years ago.
  • Oh, I am sorry to hear that. Is your father still working? 
  • No, he’s retired.
  • Do you have any family here? 
  • Yes, two of my cousins live here and my aunt and uncle live about 30 miles from here.
  • Do you have any brothers or sisters? 
  • Yes, I have two brothers who live in New York and a sister who lives in Boston.
  • Do you see them a lot? 
  • Not as much as I’d like to. Usually just on holidays like Thanksgiving and Christmas.

More lesson: Basic English Conversation: 100 Daily Topics

More articles

Topic: Give your Information

- Advertisement -Cyber deal on courses extended. Courses Up To 85% Off

Latest article