Daily English Dialogues Practice

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Welcome to the wonderful world of Daily English Conversations!

If you’ve ever felt a little unsure about your English skills or wished you could practice more in everyday scenarios, you’re in the right place.

Whether you’re a beginner looking to build your confidence or an advanced learner aiming to refine your fluency, our blog is here to support you on your language journey.

Get ready to dive into engaging dialogues, and useful phrases that will help you navigate real-life conversations with ease.

English Conversation: At the breakfast table

Alice: Good morning, Tom!

Tom: Good morning, Alice! Did you sleep well?

Alice: Yes, thank you. How about you?

Tom: Not bad, thanks. Did you have any plans for today?

Alice: I have a meeting at work this morning, but I’m free in the afternoon. How about you?

Tom: I have a dentist appointment at 10, but I should be free afterward. Maybe we could grab lunch?

Alice: Sounds good! Let’s meet at 12:30 at that new sandwich place downtown.

Tom: Perfect! See you then. 

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English Conversation: At the grocery store

Sara: Hi there! Do you know where the dairy aisle is?

Clerk: Yes, it’s just down that way, on your left.

Sara: Great, thank you! Oh, and could you also tell me where the pasta sauce is?

Clerk: Sure, it’s in aisle 3, right next to the pasta.

Sara: Perfect, thank you so much!

Clerk: You’re welcome. Let me know if you need help finding anything else.

Sara: Will do, thanks again. 

English Conversation: At the bus stop

Mark: Hi, do you know when the next bus to downtown arrives?

Jane: Hi there! I think it should be here in about 10 minutes.

Mark: Thanks. Is this the right stop for the library?

Jane: Yes, it is. You just need to take Bus 23, and it’ll drop you off right in front of it.

Mark: Great, thanks for the info.

Jane: No problem. Are you new to the area?

Mark: Yeah, just moved here last week.

Jane: Well, welcome! I hope you like it here.

Mark: Thanks, so far so good. Oh, here comes the bus!

Jane: Perfect timing. Have a good trip!

English Conversation: At the office

Emily: Good morning, Jack! How was your weekend?

Jack: Morning, Emily! It was good, thanks. I went hiking with some friends. How about you?

Emily: Sounds fun! I had a relaxing weekend at home. Hey, have you seen the agenda for today’s meeting?

Jack: Not yet. Let me check my email real quick.

Emily: Alright, thanks. Oh, and don’t forget, we have that client presentation at 2 PM.

Jack: Right, got it. I’ll make sure everything’s prepared.

Emily: Great. Let me know if you need any help with it.

Jack: Will do. Thanks, Emily.

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English Conversation: At a cafe

Alex: Hi there! Is this seat taken?

Sophie: No, it’s free! Please, have a seat.

Alex: Thanks! So, what’s good on the menu here?

Sophie: Well, I love their cappuccinos, and their blueberry muffins are delicious.

Alex: Sounds good! I’ll have a cappuccino and a blueberry muffin then.

Sophie: Great choices! I think you’ll enjoy them.

Alex: By the way, do you know if they have Wi-Fi here?

Sophie: Yes, they do. Just ask the server for the password.

Alex: Awesome, thanks for the info.

Sophie: No problem. Enjoy your coffee!

Alex: Thanks, you too!

English Conversation: At the park

Liam: Hi! Mind if I join you on this bench?

Emma: Not at all, please, go ahead!

Liam: Thanks! It’s a beautiful day, isn’t it?

Emma: Absolutely! I love spending time outdoors when the weather’s like this.

Liam: Me too. Do you come to this park often?

Emma: Yeah, it’s one of my favorite spots in the city. I come here to read or just relax quite often.

Liam: That sounds lovely. I’m new to the area, so I’m still exploring.

Emma: Well, you picked a great spot to start! There are some nice trails around here too.

Liam: Good to know. I might check those out later. Oh, do you know if there’s a coffee shop nearby?

Emma: Yes, there’s one just across the street from the park entrance.

Liam: Perfect! Thanks for the tip.

Emma: No problem. Enjoy your time here!

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English Conversation: At the gym

Sarah: Hi, I’m Sarah. Are you new here?

Mike: Hey, Sarah. Yeah, I just signed up last week. I’m Mike.

Sarah: Nice to meet you, Mike. Do you need any help getting started with the equipment?

Mike: Actually, yeah. I’m not sure how to use some of these machines.

Sarah: No problem, I can show you. Let’s start with the treadmill.

Mike: Thanks, I appreciate it.

Sarah: Alright, so first you adjust the speed using these buttons here, and this one controls the incline.

Mike: Got it. Looks simple enough.

Sarah: It is! If you have any questions about the other machines, just let me know.

Mike: Will do, thanks again for your help.

Sarah: Anytime. Enjoy your workout!

English Conversation: At a restaurant

Emily: Hi there, welcome to Bella’s Bistro! Do you have a reservation?

Jake: No, we don’t. Do you have any available tables for two?

Emily: Yes, we do! Right this way, please.

Jake: Great, thank you.

Emily: Here are your menus. Can I start you off with something to drink?

Jake: I’ll have a glass of red wine, please. What about you, Lisa?

Lisa: I’ll have a sparkling water with lemon, please.

Emily: Of course, I’ll be right back with your drinks.

Jake: Thanks. Everything on the menu looks amazing, doesn’t it?

Lisa: Definitely. I think I’m going to try the pasta dish.

Jake: I’m leaning towards the steak. It sounds delicious.

Emily: Here are your drinks. Have you had a chance to look at the menu?

Jake: Yes, we have. We’ll both have the Caesar salad to start, and then I’ll have the steak, and she’ll have the pasta.

Emily: Perfect. I’ll put that right in for you. Enjoy your meal!

Jake: Thank you.


Check out these awesome English dialogue books I recommend:

101 Conversations in Intermediate English

Advanced English Conversation Dialogues: Speak English Like a Native Speaker

American English Slang: Dialogues, Phrases, Words & Expressions

English Dialogues: A Textbook of Spoken English with Dialogues

English Conversation Made Natural: Engaging Dialogues to Learn English

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