Spoken English Conversation: Asking For And Giving Directions

Spoken English Conversation: Asking For and Giving Directions

Sarah: Hey, Max! I’m trying to find the new cafe downtown. Do you know how to get there?

Max: Oh, yeah! It’s pretty easy. Just head straight down this road until you see the big park on your left.

Sarah: Okay, got it. Then what?

Max: Once you’re at the park, take a left turn. You’ll see a tall building with a blue roof.

Sarah: Alright. Then?

Max: Keep walking past that building, and you’ll come across a traffic light. Cross the street there, and you’ll find the cafe right on the corner.

Sarah: Thanks, Max! I appreciate it. I’ll try not to get lost.

Max: No worries, Sarah! If you need more help, just give me a call.

Spoken English Conversation: Asking For and Giving Directions

Alex: Excuse me, could you help me find the nearest bookstore?

Emily: Of course! You’re in luck. It’s just a short walk from here. Go straight down this street until you reach the second intersection.

Alex: Okay, then what?

Emily: At the intersection, take a right turn. You’ll see a big red building with a sign that says “Book Haven” on your left.

Alex: Got it. Then?

Emily: Keep walking past “Book Haven,” and you’ll reach a small square. Take a left turn at the square, and you’ll see the bookstore right across the street.

Alex: Perfect! Thanks a lot, Emily. I really appreciate your help.

Emily: No problem at all! Enjoy your time at the bookstore.

Spoken English Conversation: Asking For and Giving Directions

 

Jack: Hi there! I’m looking for the closest subway station. Can you point me in the right direction?

Sophia: Sure thing! You’re not far. Just go down this street until you see a large blue sign with “Subway” written on it.

Jack: Alright, then what should I do?

Sophia: Once you spot the sign, take a left turn. You’ll walk straight for a bit until you reach a set of stairs going underground.

Jack: Okay, got it. And after that?

Sophia: Head down the stairs, and you’ll find yourself at the subway station entrance. You can’t miss it!

Jack: Awesome! Thanks a bunch, Sophia. I appreciate your help.

Sophia: No problem at all, Jack! Safe travels on the subway.

Spoken English Conversation: Asking For and Giving Directions

Amy: Hi! I’m trying to find the nearest post office. Can you help me with directions?

Tom: Of course! It’s just a short walk from here. Head straight down this road until you reach the traffic light.

Amy: Okay, then what?

Tom: At the traffic light, take a left turn. You’ll see a small white building with a red mailbox in front of it.

Amy: Got it. Then?

Tom: Keep walking past the white building, and you’ll come across a crossroad. Cross the street, and you’ll find the post office right on the corner, next to the bakery.

Amy: Perfect! Thanks so much, Tom. I really appreciate your help.

Tom: No problem, Amy! Glad I could assist. Have a great day!

Spoken English Conversation: Asking For and Giving Directions

Ben: Hi, excuse me! I’m trying to find the museum. Can you give me directions?

Natalie: Sure thing! You’re in luck. The museum is just a short walk from here. Head straight down this street until you see a large bronze statue on your right.

Ben: Okay, then what should I do?

Natalie: Once you spot the statue, take a right turn. You’ll walk straight for a bit until you reach a fork in the road.

Ben: Got it. And after that?

Natalie: At the fork, take the left path. You’ll see the museum building with a big sign saying “City Museum” in front of you.

Ben: Awesome! Thanks a lot, Natalie. I really appreciate your help.

Natalie: No problem at all, Ben! Enjoy your time at the museum.

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