Short English Conversations With Simple Sentences

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Are you beginner of English? Yes, you are.

Are you curious about the sentences which you want to use in conversations? Yes, you are. But? You hesitate to speak. Why? May be, because English is not your mother tongue. But, I am your well-wisher and always with you to lead the brightest way of speaking English.

Well, today I have taken an interesting topic. It is:


Short English Conversations With Simple Sentences.


As a beginner, you should know these conversations:


Let's get started:

Tom: What's your name?

Jill: My name is Jill. And what's your name?

Tom: My name is Tom.


Tom: Hello!

Jill: Hello.

Tom: How are you?

Jill: I'm fine, thanks.How do you do?

Tom: I'm well. Thank you.


Tom: Where are you from?

John: I'm from Delhi.And you?

Tom: I'm from Assam.


Jack: Where do you live?

Jane: I live in Japan. And you?

Jack: I live in India.


Bon: What state are you from?

Jill: I'm from Assam. And you ?

Bon: I'm from Gujarat.


Shyam: Can you speak English fluently?

Ram: Yes, I can. And you?

Shyam: I can speak it a little.


Vidya: Are you here for the first time?

Rim: Yes, I've never been here before.


Ram: How long have you been here?

Dhan: For 10 days.

Ram: Do you like this place?

Dhan: Yeah, this is really a beautiful village. The young boys and girls are very friendly.


Jack: Can you tell me how to get this place?

Ram: Yes, go straight. Then, you will find an intersection of four roads and then turn left.

Jack: Thank you.

Ram: Thank you.


Jam: Would you like to live abroad?

Jack: Sorry, what do you mean?

Jam: Ok, would you like to live in an another country?

Jack: Yeah, I'd like to live in London.


Reema: What are you going to do tomorrow?

Seema: Well, I think I'm going to play tennis tomorrow. Because , I'll be free as it is Sunday.


Reena: Are you free tomorrow?

Seema: Let me think. My cousin is coming.

Reema: What about going to the park.

Seema: That would be great!


Hera: What is your plan for tomorrow?

Reena: I suppose, I'll go to the restaurant with my brother?

Hera: Can I join you?

Reena: Why not? Sure.


Tom: This dress is for you.

Tin: How beautiful! Can I try on this right now?

Tom: Sure.


Tom: Do you sometimes overwork?

Tin: I don't really like it. But, sometimes I have to do.



Tipin: Do you have a dog?

Ram: No, I have a cat. And you?

Tipin: Yes, I have a cute puppy.


Angel: How do you usually get to school? By bicycle or bus.

Ram: I get to school by bicycle. And you?

Angel: I get to school by bus.


Raani: How long does it take you to get to office?

Samir: It takes only half an hour.


Bon: Is your office far from home?

Faruk: No, it's near.


Dam: Would you like to have your own business?

Mini: Yes, I'd. But, I need to get some work experience first.


Moni: Do you have children?

Mon: Yes, I do. I've a daughter.

Moni: How old is she?

Mon: She is 10 years old.

Moni: What class is she in?

Mon: She is in class V.


Baby: Do you live with parents?

Bill: No, I live alone.


Jill: How long have you been working for the company?

Jack: For 2 years.

Jill: Do you like your job?

Jack: Yes, I do.


Tom: Who teaches you English?

Samir: Kate teaches.

Tom: How long have you been learning?

Samir: For 2 years.

Tom: Can you speak English fluently?

Samir: Yes, I can.


Ben: How many languages do you know?

Back: Three. I know Hindi, English and Assamese.


Raj: What's your hobby?

Ram: My hobby is reading. What do you do in your free time?

Raj: In my free time, I play carrom.


Ultimate Solution

1. Read these conversations.

2. Use the sentences in these sentences in your conversation depending on situations.


Raj: What did you do yesterday?

Taj: I played cricket. And you?

Raj: I played football.


Tina: How old are you?

Tin: I'm 20. And you?

Tina: I'm 20 too.

Tin: So, we are the same age.


Hiya: How old are you?

Tit: I'm 3 years older than you.

Hiya: You're 19, right?

Tit: Yeah.


Lima: Do you work or study?

Hima: I work.

Lima: Where do you work?

Hima: I work for an international company.

Lima: How long have you been working?

Hima: For 5 years.


Leena: What's your job?

Seema: I'm a teacher

Leena: What do you teach?

Seema: I teach English.


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