What’s your name?
– My name is Sophia.
– I’m Liam.
Where are you from?
– I’m from France.
– I come from the UK.
Where do you live?
– I live in Paris.
How old are you?
– I’m 26 years old.
– I’m 28.
When is your birthday?
– My birthday is on January 1st.
What is your phone number?
– My phone number is 0903.123.456
What’s your email address?
– It’s firstname.lastname@example.org.
What do you do? Or What’s your job?
– I’m a student.
– I work in a bank.
– I’m unemployed at the moment.
– I work as a tour guide for a local tour company.
What line of work are you in?
– I work in sales.
What company do you work for?
– I work for an investment bank.
What religion are you?
– I am a Christian.
What is your marital status?
– I’m married.
– I’m single.
Are you married?
– Yes! I’m married.
– No, but looking for someone nice.
Do you have a boyfriend/ girlfriend?
– I have a boyfriend/ girlfriend.
– I’m not dating anyone.
How many children do you have?
– I have 2 children.
– I do not have any children.
Do you have any siblings?
– I don’t have any siblings.
– I have 2 brothers and 2 sisters.
Who do you live with?
– I live with my wife and children.
– I live with my parents.
What time do you get up?
– I usually get up at 5.30am.
When do you do morning exercises?
– I often do morning exercises at 6am.
What time do you have breakfast?
– I have breakfast at 6.30am.
What time do you go to bed?
– I go to bed at 11pm.
What’s your hobby?
– I like playing football, reading books, skateboarding, swimming.
– I am interested in playing guitar.
– My hobbies are listening to music, dancing, playing tennis and collecting coins.
What’s your favorite food?
– My favorite food is Spaghetti.
What’s your favorite color?
– My favorite color is green.
What’s your favorite drink?
– My favorite drink is beer.
What kinds of films do you like?
– I am really interested in horror, action film.
Did you like the movie?
– It’s one of the best I’ve ever seen.
Where do you study?
– I am a student at Stanford University.
What time do you go to school?
– I go to school at 6.40am.
How do you get to school?
– I usually take the bus.
What is your major?
– My major is Computer Science.
Why do you study English? Or why are you studying English?
– Because It’s very important and necessary.
– Because I love to improve my English skills.
What do you want to do after you graduate?
– I would like to be a software engineer.
– I want to be a programmer.
How did you learn English?
– I took classes for three years.
– I did an intensive course.
– I’ve been studying by myself.
– I picked it up from movies and songs.
– My friend taught me.
How many languages do you speak?
– I speak two languages.
Can you speak English?
– I can speak English very well.
– I can express myself and communicate in English.
How long have you learning English?
– I’ve been learning English since I was 6.
– I’ve been learning English for 10 years.
Which grade are you in?
– I’m in 8th grade.
Which year are you in?
– I’m in my third year.
– I am a freshman.
– I’m in my final year.
Do you have any exams coming up?
– I’ve just graduated.
What’s your favorite subject?
– My favorite subject is art.
What’s the weather like? Or How’s the weather?
– It is raining.
– It is hot and windy.
What’s the temperature?
– It’s 24°C.
What time is it?
– It is 4 o’clock.
– It is half past three.
– I’m sorry. I don’t know.
– Let me check my phone.
What’s the date today?
– 17th of October.
How are you?
– I’m fine thank you. How about you?
– Not too good. But I’ll be okay.
Where are you going?
– I’m going to the store. I need to buy something.
What are you going to do today?
– I’m going shopping.
What are you doing?
– I am reading a book.
– I am washing dishes.
Where would you like to go?
– I would like to go to the zoo.
What’s the matter?
– I’m not feeling so good.
– Nothing, I’m fine.
Is there anything I can do to help?
– Everything will be OK.
What’s on your mind?
– I am just thinking.
– I was just daydreaming.
– It’s none of your business.
What did you do last night?
– I watched TV.
– I cooked pasta and soup.
What are you going to do tomorrow?
– I’m going to go play volleyball at the beach.
What sports can you play?
– I can play tennis, basketball, football.
Can you give me a hand?
– No problem.
– I’m afraid I can’t.
Could you do me a favor?
– I’d be happy to help you.
Could you please give me that book?
Would you mind opening the window?
– It would be my pleasure.
How can I help you? Or May I help you?
– Yes! I’m looking for a sweater.
Can I try it on?
– Sure, the changing rooms are over there.
Can I try it on somewhere?
– The fitting room is in the left corner.
What size do you wear?
– Medium should be fine.
What size do you take?
– I take a size 11.
Is that a good fit?
– It’s a little too small.
– It’s just right.
Have you got something bigger?
– Of course, we’ve got larger sizes as well.
How much is it? Or How much does it cost?
– It’s 11 dollars.
How would you like to pay?
– I would like to pay by cash.
Can I pay by credit card?
– Certainly. We accept all the major cards.
Do you need anything else?
– No, thanks.
How are you feeling?
– Great! Never better.
– Really awful.
How was the party?
– It was a good time.
– Boring. I couldn’t wait to get out of there.
Are you ready to order?
– We need a few more minutes.
– I’d like a cake, please!
Would you like chicken or pasta?
– I’ll have the chicken.
What would you like to drink?
– Iced tea, please.
– Nothing for me, thanks.
Did you save room for dessert?
– No, thank you. I am full.
– Yes, please. Can I see a list?
How does it taste?
– It’s delicious!
Can I get you anything else?
– No, thank you.
– I’m ready for the bill, please.
– Yes, can I see a dessert menu?
What do you think about this event?
– I really like it! What do you think?
Are you here with anybody?
– I came with my best friend.
Have you got a pet?
– I’ve got a puppy.
How do you do?
– How do you do. Pleased to meet you.
– This is a pencil.
What does she look like?
– She’s tall and slim with blonde hair.
How is she?
– She’s pretty.
What is he like?
– He is very smart and brave.
Are you hungry?
– Yes. I’m hungry.
– No. I’m full.
How do you feel about him?
– He is quite friendly and helpful.
May I open the window?
– Certainly. It’s very hot in the office today!
Do you need help?
– No, I’m good. Thanks for asking.
– Yes, please, if you don’t mind.
What do you do every day?
– I listen to music and play badminton every day.
What are you planning to do today?
– I’m not sure yet.
What are you planning for after work?
– I’m going shopping with my friends.
Are you free tomorrow?
– Yes, I’m free tomorrow.
– No problem, we can meet tomorrow.
Will you join me for coffee?
– I’d love to. Thanks.
– Sorry. I’m afraid I don’t have time.
Could we have lunch together one day?
– With pleasure.
– I’d love to but I’m very busy at the moment.
Would you like to have dinner with me?
– Yes. That would be nice.
Where do you want to go?
– I’d like to go to a Japanese restaurant.
Would you like to come to the cinema with me tonight?
– Sure, I’d love to.
– Sorry, I can’t. I’ve got other plans.
Would you like to play a round of golf this weekend?
– That would be great.
– I’d like to but I’m not free this weekend.
How about coming to the barbecue at the tennis club?
– Sure! That should be fun!
– Nice of you to ask me but I’ve got an appointment.
Have you been waiting long?
– I’ve only just arrived.
– Only a few minutes.
How do you get to work?
– I usually drive my car.
Is it close to the subway station?
– Yes, it’s very close.
How long does it take?
– It takes half an hour.
How often do you ride the bus?
– Once in a while.
Could you tell me how to get to the police station?
– Take the second road on the right.
– It’s in the middle of the block.
Excuse me! Is there a bank near here?
– Yes! There is a bank nearby.
– I’m sorry, I don’t know
What’s the best way to the museum?
– Go across the bridge. Turn right. It’s on Oliver Street.
– You could ask the bus driver.
Can I speak to Emma, please?
– Just a moment, please.
– Certainly. I’m Emma.
– I’m sorry, Emma’s not here at the moment.
– She’s not available right now.
When will she be back?
– She’ll be back in 20 minutes.
Did you get my message?
– Yes, I did get your message.
– Oh, yeah, I think I got something from you.
Would you like to leave a message?
– Please ask her to call me back.
How long have you been working here?
– I’ve been working here five years.
What time does the meeting start?
– The meeting will start at 9am.
What time does the meeting finish?
– The meeting will finish at 11am.
Are you sick?
– Yes. I’m sick.
What are your symptoms?
– I’ve got a headache.
– I’ve been feeling sick.
How long have you been feeling like this?
– For 2 days.
Are you on any sort of medication?
– I need a sick note.
Where’s the counter, please?
– I don’t know. Let’s go to Information.
– It’s over here, next to gate 7.
May I have your passport, please?
– Yes, of course. Here you are.
Do you have anything to declare?
– No, nothing. Just the normal allowance.
Do you have any bags to check?
– Yes, there’s this suitcase.
Would you prefer an aisle seat or a window seat?
– Aisle, please.
What’s the purpose of your trip?
– I’m here on business.
– I’m on vacation.
Where are you going to be staying?
– With some friends in the Sheraton Hanoi Hotel.
How long are you staying in Hanoi?
– About 2 weeks.
Could you tell me where Gate E is?
– Go straight ahead.
– I’m sorry, I don’t know.
Can I help you find something?
– Yes, I’m looking for coffee.
Could you tell me where the meat is?
– If you go to the frozen food section, you’ll find the meat there.
Where can I find the non-fat biscuits?
– They’re in aisle 9.
How much would you like?
– I’d like half a kilo.
– I’d like 200 grams of meat please.
Can you offer me any discount?
– I can’t offer you that discount.
– I’m sure I could offer you a discount.
Do you need any help packing?
– I can manage myself thank you.
Would you like a receipt?
– Yes, thanks.
– That would be great.
What times are you open?
– We’re open from 8am to 9pm, seven days a week.
What time do you open?
– We open at 9am.
What time do you close?
– We close at 6pm.
Do you have a reservation?
– Yes, I do.
– No, I don’t.
What kind of room would you like?
– I’d like a single room, please.
May I see your ID, please?
– Certainly. Here it is.
Could I see the room?
– Your room is on the second floor.
– Your room number is 401.
Do you have a credit card, sir?
– Of course.
How long will you be staying?
– Two weeks from this Monday.
– I’m here until the end of the week.
Do you have any rooms available for the 14th of April?
– I’m sorry, we don’t have any rooms available.
How many places have you traveled to?
– Well, I have visited all the provinces throughout my country.
Have you ever been abroad?
– Yes! I have. I went to Japan last year for a business trip.
What do you usually do during your trip?
– I often go sightseeing, take pictures.
Do you prefer traveling by car, train or plane?
– I prefer the plane although it is a little expensive.
Do you prefer traveling alone or joining a guided tour?
– I love backpacking with my friends.