English Dialogues About Future Plans

Hello everyone,

In today’s lesson, we will read 2 short English dialogues about future plans.

Please pay attention to the phrases and new words. There are tons of them.

These dialogues will help boost your speaking as well as writing skills.

Let’s get started.

English Dialogue About Future Plans -1

Person A: Hey, have you thought about what you want to do next summer?

Person B: Yeah, I’ve been thinking about it a lot. I’m considering a few options. How about you?

Person A: I have a couple of ideas. I’m torn between traveling and doing an internship. Traveling sounds exciting, but an internship would be good for my career.

Person B: That’s a tough choice. Where are you thinking of traveling to?

Person A: I was thinking about Europe, maybe doing a backpacking trip. I’ve always wanted to see Italy and France.

Person B: That sounds amazing! I’ve heard the culture and food there are incredible. But an internship would definitely give you some solid experience.

Person A: Exactly. Plus, it would help build my resume and give me a head start after graduation. What about you? What are your plans?

Person B: Well, I’m considering volunteering abroad. There’s a program in South America that focuses on community development and environmental conservation.

Person A: Wow, that sounds really fulfilling. How long is the program?

Person B: It’s about two months. I’d get to work on various projects and also improve my Spanish. It seems like a great way to make a difference and have an adventure at the same time.

Person A: That’s such a great idea. You’d be doing something meaningful and experiencing a new culture. Have you decided for sure?

Person B: Not yet. I’m also thinking about taking some summer courses to get ahead in my degree. It’s a bit of a dilemma.

Person A: I get that. Balancing fun and responsibility is always tricky. Maybe you can do a bit of both? A short course and then the volunteer program?

Person B: That’s a good suggestion. I’ll look into the timings and see if it’s possible. What about you? Have you set any deadlines for making a decision?

Person A: I’m giving myself until the end of this month. I want to have everything sorted out so I can start planning properly.

Person B: That’s smart. Planning ahead always helps. Maybe we can help each other with our decisions. Sometimes talking it out makes things clearer.

Person A: Absolutely. Let’s keep each other updated on our plans. It’ll be fun to see where we both end up.

Person B: Deal! Here’s to a great summer, whatever we decide to do.

English Dialogue About Future Plans -2

Person A: Have you thought about what you want to do after graduation?

Person B: I have, but I’m still a bit undecided. There are so many options! What about you?

Person A: I’m planning to go to grad school. I want to specialize in environmental science. What are you leaning towards?

Person B: Grad school sounds great. I’m considering entering the workforce directly. There’s a tech company I’ve been eyeing for a while. They have an amazing graduate program.

Person A: That’s a solid plan. Getting real-world experience right away can be incredibly valuable. Have you applied yet?

Person B: Not yet, but I’m working on my application. I want to make sure my resume and cover letter are perfect. How about you? Have you started your grad school applications?

Person A: Yes, I’ve started. It’s a lot of work, but I’m excited. I’m applying to a few universities that have strong programs in environmental science. I really hope I get in.

Person B: I’m sure you will! You’ve always been passionate about it. Which universities are you looking at?

Person A: I’m applying to Stanford, UC Berkeley, and the University of Washington. They all have excellent programs and strong research opportunities.

Person B: Those are great choices. I can see you fitting in perfectly at any of those places. Have you thought about what you’d do if you don’t get in?

Person A: Thanks! If I don’t get in, I might take a year off to gain some work experience or do some internships. Then I’ll reapply. What about you? What if the job doesn’t work out?

Person B: If the job doesn’t pan out, I might travel for a bit, maybe do some freelance work to build my portfolio. Then I’ll look for other opportunities in tech.

Person A: That’s a good backup plan. Traveling can be a great way to gain new perspectives and experiences. Plus, it can be really refreshing.

Person B: Definitely. And who knows, maybe I’ll find some inspiration or a new path while traveling. It’s exciting but a bit nerve-wracking too, not knowing exactly what’s next.

Person A: I know what you mean. The uncertainty can be stressful, but it’s also part of the adventure. We’re both stepping into new chapters of our lives.

Person B: True. Let’s promise to keep each other updated on our progress. It’ll be nice to have someone to share the ups and downs with.

Person A: Absolutely. We’ve got this! Here’s to a bright future, no matter what we decide to do.

Person B: Cheers to that!

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