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Basic English Conversations

Basic English Conversations

Basic English conversations help beginning learners build basic

English skills. Each conversation group includes a few short

conversations introducing basic English phrases. These short

dialogues are ideal as models for beginners to begin speaking

English.

Introductions

Telling the Time

Giving Personal Information

In a Shop

In an Airport

Asking for Directions

In a Motel / Hotel

In a Restaurant

Introductions

1. Hello. My name's Peter. What's your name?

2. Janet.

1. Where are you from Janet?

2. I'm from Seattle. Where are you from?

1. I'm from Madrid.

2. Are you American?

3.
1. Yes, I am. Are you Spanish?

2. Yes I am.

Key Vocabulary

My name is...

What's (is) your name ...

Where are you from?

I'm from... Are you (Spanish, American, German, etc.)

Hello and Goodbye - Three Short Conversations

Hello

1. Hello, Peter. How are you?

2. Fine, thanks. How are you?

1. I'm fine, thank you.

Goodbye

1. Goodbye, Janet. See you tomorrow!

2. Bye bye, Peter. Have a nice evening.

3.
1. Thanks, you too!

2. Thanks.

Key Vocabulary

Hello... How are you?

I'm fine, - OK, - well, thank you

Goodbye, - bye bye

See you tomorrow

Have a nice evening, - day


Beginner Dialogues - Telling the Time

What time is it? - I


1. Excuse me. Can you tell me the time, please?
2. Yes, of course. It's seven o'clock.
1. Thank you.
2. No problem.
What time is it? - II
1. What time is it?
2. It's half past three.
1. Thanks.
2. You're welcome.
Key Vocabulary
Excuse me.
Can you tell me the time, please?
What time is it?
It's half past...
It's quarter past...
It's ten to...
It's quarter to...
o'clock

Beginner Dialogues - In a Shop


1. Can I help you?
2. Yes, I'm looking for a sweater.
1. What size are you?
2. I'm an extra large.
1. How about this one?
2. Yes, that's nice. Can I try it on?
1. Certainly, there's the changing rooms over there.
2. Thank you.
1. How does it fit?
2. It's too large. Do you have a large?
1. Yes, here you are.
2. Thank you. I'll have it, please.
1. OK, how would you like to pay?
2. Do you take credit cards?
1. Yes, we do. Visa, Master Card and American
Express.
2. OK, here's my Visa.
1. Thank you. Have a nice day!
2. Thank you, goodbye.
Key Vocabulary
Can I help you?
Can I try it (them) on?
size - extra small, small, medium, large, extra large
How does it fit?
changing rooms
How would you like to pay?
credit cards

Beginner Dialogues - Giving


and Requesting Personal
Information
Personal Information
1. What's your surname (family name)?
2. Smith
1. What's your first name?
2. Fred
1. Where are you from?
2. Atlanta, Georgia
1. What's your job?
2. I'm a teacher.
1. What's your address?
2. 34 White Street
1. What is your phone number?
2. 308-6730
1. How old are you?
2. 54
1. Are you married?
2. Yes, I am.
Key Vocabulary
surname, family name, first name
Where are you from?
What's your job? address? phone (telephone) number?
How old are you?
Are you married?
married, single, divorced, separated

Beginner Dialogues - At the


Airport

1. Good morning. Can I have your ticket, please?


2. Here you are.
1. Thank you. Would you like smoking or non-
smoking?
2. Non-smoking, please.
1. Would you like a window or an aisle seat?
2. An aisle seat, please.
1. Do you have any baggage?
2. Yes, this suitcase and this carry-on bag.
1. Here's your boarding pass. Have a nice flight.
2. Thank you.
Passport Control
1. Good morning. Can I see your passport?
2. Here you are.
1. Thank you very much. Are you a tourist or on
business?
2. I'm a tourist.
1. That's fine. Have a pleasant stay.
2. Thank you.
Key Vocabulary
Can I have your ticket?
smoking, non-smoking
window, aisle seat
baggage, suitcase, carry-on bag
boarding pass
flight
Can I see your passport?
tourist, business
Beginner Dialogues - Asking for
Directions

Directions I
1. Excuse me. Is there a bank near here?
2. Yes. There's a bank on the corner.
1. Thank you.
2. You're welcome.
Directions II
1. Excuse me. Is there a supermarket near here?
2. Yes. There's one near here.
1. How do I get there?
2. At the traffic lights, take the first left and go
straight on. It's on the left.
1. Is it far?
2. Not really.
1. Thank you.
2. Don't mention it.
Key Vocabulary
Is there a _______ near here?
on the corner, on the left, on the right
straight on, straight ahead
traffic lights
Is it far?

Beginner Dialogues - In a Motel


/ Hotel

Getting a Room for the Night


1. Good evening. Can I help you?
2. Yes, please. I'd like a room for the night.
1. Would you like a single room, or a double room?
2. A single room, please. How much is the room?
1. It's $55 per night.
2. Can I pay by credit card?
1. Certainly. We take Visa, Master Card and American
Express. Could you fill in this form, please?
2. Do you need my passport number? No, just an
address and your signature.
1. (fills out the form) Here you are.
2. Here's your key. Your room number is 212.
1. Thank you.
2. Thank you. If you need anything, dial 0 for the
reception area. Have a good stay!
Key Vocabulary
Can I help you
I'd like a room
single, double room
Can I pay by credit card?
fill in this form
passport number
room number
reception

Beginner Dialogues - At a
Restaurant

1. Hi. How are you doing this afternoon?


2. Fine, thank you. Can I see a menu, please?
1. Certainly, here you are.
2. Thank you. What's today's special?
1. Grilled tuna and cheese on rye.
2. That sounds good. I'll have that.
1. Would you like something to drink?
2. Yes, I'd like a coke.
1. Thank you. (returning with the food) Here you are.
Enjoy your meal!
2. Thank you.
1. Can I get you anything else?
2. No thanks. I'd like the check (bill - UK English),
please.
1. That'll be $6.75.
2. Here you are. Keep the change!
1. Thank you! Have a good day!
2. Bye.
Key Vocabulary
Can I see a menu?
here you are
Enjoy your meal!
Would you like ...
Can I get you anything else?
I'd like the check (bill - UK English), please.
That'll be $6.75.
Have a good day!

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PUMITA YG BELAJAR BAHASA INGGRIS
BY RADEN MUSTOFA HILMI