50 short conversations to build your vocabulary and English speaking skills. This is a long video, 30 minutes, to give you lots of practice. Some of the topics are: in a coffee shop, favorite color, the weather, phone calling, offering a drink, introducing family, commands, preferences, at home, time and numbers and our body.
In this video, you will learn 50 very short English conversations. This is a long video for listening, speaking and fluency skills. Each conversation is illustrated for better understanding. The sentences are color coded for role playing. There are many useful and important patterns in this long video to help you with grammar. In each video you will practice with Mark by asking and answering questions. This is an interactive listening and speaking video. This will help you build your English speaking skills. Have fun learning and speaking English now.
English in use:
Your order is ready. All right! Thanks.
What's your favorite color? Blue. What about you?
Thanks. Please come back soon. See you.
What a beautiful day. Perfect for a picnic.
Hello, this is BJ Travel. I would like to plan a trip.
Do you live in a house? No, I live in an apartment.
Make a right at the first street. Here?
Open wide. How is this?
I hate roller coaters. Me too.
I can help the next in line. Thanks.
What's for dinner? It's a secret.
Where's my shirt? It's in the washing machine.
Motorcycles are dangerous. I'll be careful.
It's raining cats and dogs. I know!
Let's go outside. Okay.
Would you like one? No thanks.
That looks delicious. Want one?
Where is my key? Here it is.
This is my mother and this is my father.
See you soon. See you.
What flavor do you like? I like chocolate.
What are you doing? We are playing video games.
What's the matter? I'm tired.
Your pizza is ready. It smells delicious.
It's nice today. Let's go for a walk.
I'm taking the escalator. I'm taking the stairs.
I will close the window. I will close the door.
It's raining. We need rain boots.
Is this yours? Yes, it is.
Have a nice day. You too.
Is this yours? I don't think so.
How do you like your steak? I like it medium.
Would you like some cookies? Yes, please.
When do we depart? At 2:40.
When do we arrive? At 8: 10.
Do we need milk? I think so.
Are you open? Yes, I am.
What do you do? I work in a factory.
Do you want some? No, thank you.
I had fun. Me too.
What is that? It's a beanbag chair.
Are you all right? Yes, thank you.
Can I come too? I'm sorry you can't.
I have a stiff neck. I broke my glasses.
Time to get up. All right.
It's time to go. I'm coming.
More please. Here you are.
Do you take vitamins? Yes, every day.
What are you doing? I'm watering the flowers.
I'm washing my hands. I'm washing my face.
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This channel is designed for students, teachers and anyone wanting to learn English. Improve your American Accent / spoken English and real life English conversation as the basis for teaching how to speak English and how to sound American -- improve listening comprehension skills. Study English vocabulary and English phrases such as phrasal verbs, as well as common expressions in English. Learn American idioms and American slang.
Mark's videos are vocabulary-based for conversation practice. Each video is themed to provide context for learning. To insure success, every video is designed with open slots for vocabulary substitution practice. These patterns allow students to practice on their own and teachers can have their class practice together as a group.
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