English Dialogues between 2 friends

Hello everyone!

In this lesson, we are going to read 4 short English conversations between 2 friends.

These conversations will help you in your small talk with your friends. Pay attention to the phrases and questions.

As these two elements add color to your conversation

Let’s get started.

Dialogue between 2 friends -1 

Friend 1: Hey there! How have you been?

Friend 2: I’ve been good, thanks! Just trying to stay busy. How about you?

Friend 1: Same here, just keeping myself occupied with work and hobbies. Speaking of which, have you picked up any new hobbies lately?

Friend 2: Actually, yes! I started learning how to play the guitar. It’s been challenging but really rewarding.

Friend 1: That’s awesome! How’s it going so far?

Friend 2: It’s going pretty well, I think. I can play a few chords now, but still working on transitioning between them smoothly. How about you? Any new hobbies on your end?

Friend 1: Well, I’ve been getting into gardening lately. It’s so therapeutic to spend time outdoors and watch plants grow. Plus, I love having fresh herbs and vegetables at hand.

Friend 2: That sounds really relaxing. Do you have a big garden, or just a few plants?

Friend 1: Just a small one for now, mostly herbs and a few veggies like tomatoes and peppers. But it’s enough to keep me busy and connected with nature.

Friend 2: That’s great. Maybe I’ll swing by sometime and you can teach me a thing or two about gardening!

Friend 1: Absolutely! You’re always welcome. Oh, speaking of which, are you free this weekend? I was thinking of having a little barbecue in the backyard.

Friend 2: I should be free! Count me in. I’ll bring some snacks or drinks.

Friend 1: Perfect! It’ll be a nice opportunity to relax and catch up some more.

Friend 2: Definitely. Looking forward to it!


Dialogue between 2 friends -2


Friend 1: Hey, how’s it going?

Friend 2: Not too bad, just trying to survive this week. How about you?

Friend 1: I hear you, it’s been hectic for me too. But hey, guess what? I finally booked that trip we’ve been talking about for ages!

Friend 2: No way, that’s awesome! Where are we going?

Friend 1: We’re heading to Japan! I found some great deals on flights and accommodations.

Friend 2: Japan?! That’s amazing! I’ve always wanted to visit. When are we going?

Friend 1: I was thinking of going in May, what do you think?

Friend 2: May works perfectly for me! This is going to be epic. Any specific places you want to visit?

Friend 1: Definitely Tokyo, Kyoto, and maybe even Osaka if we have time. Oh, and we can’t forget about trying all the delicious food!

Friend 2: Absolutely! I’m already dreaming about sushi and ramen. We should also check out some temples and gardens while we’re there.

Friend 1: Agreed, it’ll be nice to experience both the bustling city life and the serene traditional side of Japan. I can’t wait!

Friend 2: Me neither! Thanks for planning this, it’s going to be the trip of a lifetime.

Friend 1: No problem, I’m just glad we’re finally making it happen. It’s going to be unforgettable, I can feel it.

Friend 2: Definitely. Alright, let’s start counting down the days!


Dialogue between 2 friends -3


Friend 1: Hey, how’s your week been?

Friend 2: Oh, you know, the usual grind. But hey, I have something exciting to share!

Friend 1: Really? What is it?

Friend 2: I finally got that job I interviewed for last month!

Friend 1: No way, that’s fantastic news! Congratulations! What’s the job?

Friend 2: Thanks! It’s a marketing position at a startup company. I’ll be working on their social media campaigns and branding strategies.

Friend 1: That sounds like such a perfect fit for you! When do you start?

Friend 2: Next Monday. I’m excited but also a bit nervous, you know?

Friend 1: Totally understandable. But I have no doubt you’ll excel in your new role. You’ve got the skills and the passion for it.

Friend 2: Thanks for the vote of confidence! I really appreciate it.

Friend 1: Of course! And hey, to celebrate your new job, how about we go out for dinner tonight?

Friend 2: That sounds like a great idea! I could use some good food and good company.

Friend 1: Awesome, it’s a plan then. Any cuisine in particular you’re craving?

Friend 2: Hmm, how about Italian? I could go for some pasta and garlic bread.

Friend 1: Perfect choice! I know just the place. I’ll make a reservation for us.

Friend 2: Thanks, you’re the best! I can’t wait for tonight.

Friend 1: Me neither. Here’s to your new job and many more successes ahead!

Friend 2: Cheers to that!

Dialogue between 2 friends -4


Friend 1: Hey, how have you been? It feels like it’s been ages since we caught up!

Friend 2: I know, right? I’ve been good, just keeping busy with work and all. How about you?

Friend 1: Same here, work has been hectic but manageable. So, any exciting news on your end?

Friend 2: Actually, yes! I finally finished writing that novel I’ve been working on for the past year.

Friend 1: No way, that’s incredible! Congratulations! How does it feel to have it completed?

Friend 2: It’s such a surreal feeling, honestly. I poured so much time and energy into it, and now that it’s done, it’s like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders.

Friend 1: I can only imagine. What’s the novel about?

Friend 2: It’s a mystery thriller set in a small coastal town, with lots of twists and turns. I won’t give away too much, but I’m really proud of how it turned out.

Friend 1: That sounds intriguing! I can’t wait to read it. Have you started looking for publishers or considering self-publishing?

Friend 2: I’m leaning towards trying to find a literary agent first, but I haven’t ruled out self-publishing either. I guess I’ll see how it goes.

Friend 1: Well, whichever route you choose, I’m sure it’ll be a success. Your writing is amazing.

Friend 2: Thank you, that means a lot coming from you. So, enough about me, what’s new with you?

Friend 1: Not much, just trying to stay sane with everything going on in the world. Oh, but I did start taking dance classes again!

Friend 2: That’s awesome! What style of dance are you learning?

Friend 1: I’m trying out salsa this time. It’s so much fun, and it’s a great way to stay active and meet new people.

Friend 2: That sounds like a blast. Maybe I’ll join you for a class one day.

Friend 1: Yes, please do! The more, the merrier. Alright, let’s make sure we don’t let too much time pass before our next catch-up session.

Friend 2: Agreed! It’s always great chatting with you.


I hope these conversations gave you a lot of ideas about how to strike a conversation with your friends. Go ahead and have a chat with your friends.

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