Spoken English Leaning Video Spoken English Tutorial English Conversation


English is an [international] language and is understood [all] over the world in fact in today’s world Speaking English has become a necessity moreover with the globalization of trade Commerce and new avenues of employment in BPOs and multinational companies the importance of fluent spoken English has grown immensely Being the international link language most of the people lack the requisite skills in the spoken English while conversing in different situations in Day-To-Day life [the] proper grasping of the model conversation is illustrated ahead that will help you immensely to overcome the weaknesses The objective of this session is to make you speak English without fear or hesitation and without any grammatical errors Introducing yourself when you are introducing yourself to other people you would use your first name in informal circumstances now let us observe some examples of introducing Yourself situation 1 Hello, my name [is] David. What’s your name? Rosie Where are you from Rosie? I’m from new Delhi. Where are you from I am from Toronto? Are you a canadian? Yes, I am are you an Indian? Yes, I am situation 2 Hello Hi My name is Kabir. What’s your name? My name is Jackie What are you studying [b]? E? Where are you from I am from Mumbai and you I am from Bangalore Hello, and goodbye all of these greetings are used in formal situations When we might say how do you do in English or meeting people who we don’t know? particularly well Now observe the following conversation Hello, lucky. How are you fine? Thanks? How are you? I’m fine. Thank you Where are you going? I am going for lunch, okay? Carry on. Bye. Bye Rohan. Have a nice day Thanks telling the time These conversations are useful to tell the time in a polite Manner when somebody asks time conversation [1] Excuse me. Can you tell me the time please? Yes, of course it’s 5 o’clock. Thank you. No problem Conversation – what time [is] it 3:00? Thanks? Personal information this conversation is useful when you [are] giving full [information] about you in a short Manner See the following example. What’s your surname? family name [Dikshit], what’s your first name Robin? Where are you from? Cannot place new Delhi. What’s your job? I’m a professor What’s your address? 12 Cannot Street What is your phone number? Five zero six [three] five eight seven five how old are you? 30 Are you married yes? I am shopping while shopping around you have to ask the [salespersons] for the things you have [to] buy Ask for its price ask for sizes Etc See the following conversation can I help you? Yes, I’m looking for a pullover [what] size are you I’m an extra-Large How about this one? Yes, that’s nice. Can I try it on? Certainly there’s the changing room over there. Thank you How does it fit? It’s too large. Do you have a large yes here you are Thank you. I’ll have it please [okay] How would you like to pay? Do you accept credit cards? Yes, we do Visa Mastercard and American Express Okay, here’s my Visa [card]. Thank you. Have a nice day. Thank you. [goodbye] at the airport in the airport at the time of checking in and passport check conversations look like in the Following Manner observe the Following Conversations at the time of checking in the conversation may be as follows good morning. Can I have your ticket please? Here you are Thank you. Would you like smoking or non-smoking? non-smoking, please Would you like a window or an aisle seat and aisle seat, please? Do you have any baggage? Yes this suitcase, and this carry-on bag. Here’s your boarding pass. Have a nice flight Thank you at passport check the conversation may be as follows good morning [can] I see your passport? Here you are Thank you very much. [are] you a tourist or on business? I’m a tourist That’s fine. Have a pleasant stay Thank you for directions [we] can use a number of language expressions to perform the function of Asking for and giving directions let us see some examples of conversations giving directions conversation one Excuse me. Is there a bank near here. Yes. There is [a] bank on the [corner] Thank you, you’re welcome conversation – Excuse me. Is there a shopping mall near here. Yes, there’s one near here How do I get there? Add the traffic lights take the first left and go straight on It’s on the left is it far not really thank you. Don’t mention it Getting a room in a hotel When you go to a hotel and ask for the room for a night the conversation [will] be as follows Good evening. Can I help you? Yes, please I’d like a room for the night Would you like a single room or a double room a single room, please? How much is the room? It’s 1,000 bucks per night can I pay [by] credit card? Certainly we take Visa Mastercard and American Express Could you fill this form please? Do you need my passport number? No, just an address and your signature Here you are Here’s your key your room number is three to four Thank you, if you need anything dial zero for the reception area Thank you Have a good stay Ordering a meal in a hotel when we order a meal the conversation may look like as follows observe the Following conversation Hi, how are you doing this afternoon? [fine], thank you. Can I see a menu please? Certainly here. You are thank you. What’s today’s special grilled chicken and cheese on Rye That sounds good. I’ll have that would you like something to drink? Yes, I’d like lemonade thank you here. You are enjoy your meal Thank you. Can I get you anything else? No, thanks. I’d like the bill please That’ll be 250 bucks [yeah], you are keep the change Thank you. Have a good day. Bye talking about profession almost at every Introduction people ask us what we do in response to this question we talk about our profession or the Organization we work for let us observe the following conversation. Hi. I am John hi I am kavita. What do you do Kavita? I am a software analyst in an information technology company and develop computer software When did you join this company [I]? Joined this company eight years ago what type of company is yours ours is a multinational company How many people are working there there are about a hundred and fifty people working? What is the annual turnover the Annual turnover is about 90 crores? Does your company have any branches yes one in Gurgaon and one in Bangalore? Where is the head office [the] [head] office is in Mumbai? Activities at home at office we work. Well at home our Activities are varied let’s now see a conversation about activities at home Normally, when do you get up at 5:00? Why do you get up so early [I]? have to cook my son leaves for school at 6:45 a.m., at 6:45 when does his school start at 9:00? Then why does he leave so early? He has to the school is far away and the bus picks him up at 6:45 When does he return? By 5:00, what do you do in the afternoons I? Read books or watch TV Don’t you have a nap? No, I don’t if I have I get a headache when do you have your lunch? Usually [I] have it about 1 o’clock. Do you cook twice a day? No, only once for supper. We have only snacks and fruits Permissions expressions beginning with can may and could are usually used for asking permission? There are also other more polite expressions using more words to ask for the permission Asking for permission Denotes a question at the time of asking permission from Boss The conversation may be as follows excuse me sir may. I come in of course How can [I] help you? Yes, I am unwell [I] want to go to the doctor. What’s the matter with you? I? Am running a high temperature and have breathing Difficulty, well you may go now and get well soon. Thank you, sir. Here is my leave application Bye-Bye, take care at the time of asking permission from boss to go early the Conversation may be as follows could I possibly interrupt ma’am. It’s urgent Go ahead I Wonder if you would mind if I leave one hour early I need to meet my mother from hospital of course not you may go early today Thank you very much, ma’am Do you require [anything] else? Nothing [as] of now ma’am past experience To ask about once past experiences we use the following language expressions they start either with did and you or Have you ever? Let us see some examples Conversation one I saw you in your dad’s car this morning. [are] you learning to drive amit? No, I had a puncture and my dad gave me a lift Did you know [that] Tina is taking driving lessons? No, I didn’t but driving lessons are pretty expensive I know She has learned Practiced and she’s applied for her license That’s good because it usually takes a longer [time] to do all these conversation – Did you post that letter? Oh, no, I forgot? John I Asked you to make sure you posted it You know that [was] [a] letter for application for a job in England. It’s [alright] I did post it. I was only kidding John you Make me cross sometimes how much was the postage to England? It was sixty bucks for the first 25 grams was my letter overweight. I don’t suppose it was No, it was just less [than] 25 grams Did you ask when it would reach England? Yes, they said it would in five days likes and dislikes there are many situations in our day-To-Day life wherein We have to talk about our likes and dislikes here in this conversation Our mother is telling the likes and dislikes of her daughter Let us see her conversation My daughter Monica is a peculiar girl of her age. She is only six she doesn’t like ice creams She doesn’t like dolls. She likes books she likes our dog Maggie She doesn’t like going to school, but she likes playing teacher She likes her grandma’s place where there is a nice garden about the house She likes people who tell her a lot of stories apologizing you apologize when you have committed a mistake or When something bad has happened to someone or when you have done something wrong or upset someone? see the following [conversation] I Am sorry I don’t mean to hurt you. It’s okay Sorry, I am late That’s okay I’ve forgotten your DVD sorry No problem [bring] it tomorrow I Am really sorry I’ve broken your cd. You should have been careful I am very sorry that you didn’t get the job I Thought I would get it. Well. It’s okay now at the flea market [this] dialog focuses on a customer bargaining with a vendor at a flea [market] in this situation the Conversation may be as follows hello ma’am. What can I do for you today? This is quite. Lovely where was it made oh, I see you have excellent taste Yes, that is beautiful. Isn’t it it’s the local pottery. I think it was painted here by a local artist It’s really something. Do you have anything else by this artist well? I’m not really sure who exactly painted which pieces of pottery but here are some similar pieces No, they’re really not the same Well, how about these here? [I] had them brought in just this morning Yes, those are quite nice What about the prices obviously it depends on what you would like [to] buy? That plate that you were first looking at costs 50 bucks 50 [bucks]. That’s quite dear I can’t afford that Remember these are hand-painted pieces of pottery that kind of handicraft work doesn’t come cheaply Yes, I understand that, but I really think that 50 bucks is just too much Listen I can see that. You are in love with that plate. Let’s just make it 45 bucks I’d really like you to take that home with you, how about? 35 Bucks [I] Really can’t go any higher than [that]. I really can’t I mean that would be selling at cost Well 38 is absolutely the most I can spend all right I really shouldn’t the artist is going to have me put out of business for selling his wares at such low prices Come come let’s not exaggerate You’re a clever one Aren’t you I’m just someone who pays close attention to what I spend there’s no shame in [that] here you are Thank you very much. Thank you. Have a pleasant day Asking for advice often [we] seek advice from others about what we should do or say Sometimes friends and people come to us seeking advice What expressions do we use in such situations? Let’s see What rohan you look so disturbed? I’ve passed my higher secondary exams. [I] want to study further but my father wants me to take up a job [I] don’t [know] what to do There must be a reason for your father asking you to take up a job. Is there any financial problem at home I? Think so my father is retiring this [month] Then I think you should take up a job What your family now needs is your support? [I] agree, but I can’t ignore my future Look Rohan, your father needs rest. You should give him Moral support You need not ignore your future. What’s your Aim to pursue your studies, isn’t it? Yes well, you can’t do it join the correspondence course there are many universities offering courses for various degrees which is better [Amitha] regular degree course or Correspondence course what you need is a degree isn’t it either will do Thank you, Amita. I feel greatly relieved thanks for your advice. [I] can study and help my family at the same time a busy day to friends speaking in a park when they meet each other jogging in this situation, the Conversation may be as follows hi Rosie. How are you today? I’m great, and you very busy. I’m jogging now, but later I have to do a lot What do you have to do? Well first of all I have to do some shopping We don’t have anything to [eat] at home And then little [Johnny] has a basketball game this afternoon. [I] am driving him to the game [oh], how is his team doing? They’re doing very well? Next week they are traveling to Toronto for a tournament That’s impressive. Well Johnny likes playing basketball

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