Greeting | English Conversation Dialogues

Friday, March 15, 2013

Learning English Conversations and please practice the dialogues by using useful phrases below:

Useful Phrases
Common Responses
Good morning.
Good to see you too.
Good afternoon.
How do you do?
Good evening.
I’m fine, thank you.
Good to meet you.
I’m fine thanks.
Good to see you again.
I’m doing well
Hello, Shelly. Nice to see you again.
I’ve actually been pretty good.
Hi, Mark. How are you doing?
Never better.
HI, Mark. How are you?
Nice to meet you too.
How do you do?
Nothing much.
How have you been?

How’s it going?

How’s life?

I hope all goes well with you.

Nice to meet you.

Nice to see you again.

What’s new?

What’s up?

Examples of English Conversations:

Between Friends

Conversation 1

George: Good morning, Mary.
Mary: Good morning, George.

Jenny: Hello, Mr. Gracia. How are you doing?
Gracia: Pretty good, thanks. How about you, Jenny?
Jenny: Not bad, thanks.

Paul: Good morning, Anny. How is everything?
Anny: OK, thanks. How are you today, Paul?
Paul: Just fine, thanks.

Dina: Good evening Jhon, where have you been lately?
Jhon: I have been busy with my project.
Dina: It is good to see you again.
Jhon: Thanks.

Conversation 2

Alice: Hi, Bent.
Bent: Hello Alice. Long time no see. How are you?
Alice: Fine. And you?
Bent: Getting on well. How is your brother Andre? I really miss him.
Alice: He is OK. Busy with his studies. He’s going to have his final exam next week.
Bent: By the way, have you heard about Nancy?
Alice: No. What happened to her?
Bent: She’s getting married soon to a colleague of her.
Alice: That’s good news. So Nancy will soon settle down to a domestic life.
Bent: Sorry, Alice. It’s time for my bus. I must hurry.
Alice: I’ll ring you up sometime.
Bent: Please do.
Alice: I will. Bye.
Bent: Bye.

On the Telephone

Rina: Good morning. Rina is here.
Michael: Hi, Rina! How are you?
Rina: Hello, Michael. I’m alright. How are things with you? How is your school?
Michael: It’s good. I enjoy studying there. It’s quite different from the one where I was
  studying last year.
Rina: So at last you’ve found a place where you’d like to study.
Michael: Rina, I hear that your friend Sofie is planning to sell her laptop. Is it true?
Rina: Yes, she told me so. Why, are you interested?
Michael: Well, I am thinking of buying it. If the price is within my reach, that is.
Rina: I’ll talk to Sofie and then call you back. Is that all right?
Michael: Perfectly. Thanks, Rina. Bye.
Rina: Bye

Greeting with Acquaintance

Rony: Jim, I hope you know Ms. Kiki from the University of Surabaya.
Jim: Oh, yes. We met last year at Jakarta. Nice to see you again, Ms. Kiki. How are you?
Kiki: Fine. How are things with you?
JIm: OK. What brings you to this city?
Kiki: I came on official work. I had the evening free. So I thought I’d call on old friends.
Jim: That’s so kind of you. By the way, how long are you here?
Kiki: Another two or three days.
Jim: And you’re staying at the guest house?
Kiki: Yes, room No. 15.
JIm: I’ll meet you there. When can I meet you?
Kiki: How about tomorrow evening? About 7.30 pm?
JIm: Very good. I’ll see you then. Thank you so much, Ms. Kiki.
Kiki: Not at all. See you tomorrow.

1 comment

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