Sunday, August 14, 2022

Real English Conversation: Family Feud

Alice: Are you going to visit your in-laws on your vacation? Susan: I’m afraid not. My husband just doesn’t get along with his older brother. Alice: Oh, really? Why not? Susan: Poor...

Basic English Conversation: 100 Daily Topics | Topic: 41 -50

Lesson 41: THE FOOD TASTES GREAT How do you like the food? It tastes really great. Did you cook it? Yes. I made it this afternoon. Would you like some more? OK, just...

Basic English Conversation: 100 Daily Topics | Topic: 31 -40

Lesson 31: CAN YOU HELP ME FIND A FEW THINGS? I can't find my glasses & I can't see anything. Can you help me find a few things?  No...

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

Lesson 21: THE SUPERMARKET IS CLOSED Jeff, I'm going to the supermarket. Do you want to come with me?  I think the supermarket is closed now. Oh, When does...

Basic English Conversation: 100 Daily Topics | Topic: 11 -20

Lesson 11: NOW OR LATER? Chris, where are you going?  I'm going to the store. I need to buy something. Really? I need to go to the store too.  ...

Real English Conversation: A Question of Money

Brian: Where would you like to go for dinner tonight? Joan:  Well, there’s a new French restaurant downtown, or we can go to the seafood place on Lincoln Avenue. What...

Real English Conversation: Robbing Peter to Pay Paul

Topic: Robbing Peter to Pay Paul Sam; How much money have you got today? Frank; Oh, about twenty dollars. Why? Sam: Well, I’m broke and I really need ten dollars. Could you...

Real English Conversation: Getting in Shape

Topic: Getting in Shape Joe: Would you like to play volleyball with us this weekend? Dave: I’d love to, but I’m really out of shape. I haven’t exercised much all winter. Joe:...
Like Father, Like Son

Real English Conversation: Like Father, Like Son

George: What a wonderful baby! And he certainly takes after me, doesn’t he? Kate: Oh, yes. He doesn’t look like me at all. He has your eyes, your chin, your....

Real English Conversation: Easier Said Than Done

T: What’s the matter? You look upset. M: I give up! I’ll never learn the past tense of these verbs. T: That's easy. Just add ed to make the past tense. M:...