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Situational Dialogues - 9. At Lunch


Situational Dialogues - 9. At lunch
Situational Dialogues - 9. At lunch

Situational Dialogues were designed with variety of 44 everyday English usage situations. This is designed for Intermediate level and above. Each situation is represented by four successive dialogues.

44 topics 4 Dialogues of 2-3 pairs of questions and answers for each. Dialogs are made up so that one phrase of a dialogue can be easily inserted into the other.

This is the easy, entertaining English guide. Something like a tourist voiced phrase. The phrases are spoken in a real, fast pace and are accompanied by sound effects on the situation.

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Situational Dialogues - 9. At lunch

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Situational Dialogues - 9. At lunch:

Dialogues 1
1st PersonYou must have some more chicken.1
2nd PersonNo, thanks. I'm supposed to be slimming.1
1st PersonCan't I tempt you?1
2nd PersonWell, maybe I could manage a very small piece.1

Dialogues 2
1st PersonWouldn't you like to finish up the omelette?1
2nd PersonNo, really, thank you. I just couldn't eat anymore.1
1st PersonCome on now. Surely you can manage it.1
2nd PersonNo, thank you, really. I must have put on pounds as it is.1

Dialogues 3
1st PersonAnother piece of meat pie?1
2nd PersonNo, thanks, really. I'm on a diet.1
1st PersonPlease do. You've hardly eaten anything.1
2nd PersonIt's delicious, but I don't think I ought to.1

Dialogues 4
1st PersonDo have the rest of the nashed potato.1
2nd PersonNo, thank you. I've had too much already.1
1st PersonJust take it to please me.1
2nd PersonOk, but only a small piece or I shan't have room for any pudding.

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