beginner English conversation dialogues| learn English


beginner English conversation dialogues| learn English
 beginner English conversation dialogues| learn English

 beginner English conversation dialogues are beneficial for students who learn English as a second language. It's helpful for beginners who don't know many words or phrases and below is another script about daily-life English situations.

Activate: Everyday conversation:  Dialogue 1-1: Formal Greetings page 4



The greetings good morning/good afternoon/good evening are used at different times of the day to greet people. “Good evening” is often used after 6 p.m. or generally when the sun has set

“Good night” is not a greeting: It is used when leaving a place or group of people. Thank you and good night!/Good night, and see you tomorrow.

When people meet in the United States, it is customary for them to shake hands. A handshake should be firm and usually lasts for about two to three seconds — which allows enough time to say “Nice to meet you.”

“Don’t mention it” is another way of saying “You’re welcome.” The phrase “You are welcome” is more formal. However, responses such as Don’t mention it./No problem./ Happy to help. are informal ways of responding to a thank you.  

Grammar notes:

To introduce someone to someone else, we use the determiner this. This is my friend. This is my brother. This is my professor.

Would you mind+ verb-ing (gerund).....? 
No, not at all. (= you agree to help)

Present continuous example 

She is thinking. This means she is thinking now and this week. We use the present continuous for an action that is happening now or later (for sure) in the future because we have decided to do so.

Are you going to the job interview tomorrow?
Of course, I need that job.


Ana: Would you mind helping me find a good laptop?
Joe: No, not at all. 

Ana: Would you mind taking care of my child while I am at the supermarket?
Joe:  I don't mind. No problem. Or, no, not at all.

beginner English conversation script:

John: Good morning, Professor Jack, how are you doing?
PROFESSOR Jack: Good morning, John. I am doing well. And you? 
John: I’m good, thank you. This is my friend Nancy. She is thinking about applying to this college. She has a few questions. Would you mind telling us about the process, please?
PROFESSOR Jack: Hello, Nancy. It’s nice to meet you. I’m thrilled to speak with you. Please come to my office next week for more information about the application and its process.
Nancy: It’s a pleasure to meet you, professor. Thanks a million for helping us.
PROFESSOR Jack:  Don’t mention it. Hopefully, I will be able to answer your questions.

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