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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Download - Situational Dialogues - 9. At lunch
Situational Dialogues - 9. At lunch:
|1st Person||You must have some more chicken.1|
|2nd Person||No, thanks. I'm supposed to be slimming.1|
|1st Person||Can't I tempt you?1|
|2nd Person||Well, maybe I could manage a very small piece.1|
|1st Person||Wouldn't you like to finish up the omelette?1|
|2nd Person||No, really, thank you. I just couldn't eat anymore.1|
|1st Person||Come on now. Surely you can manage it.1|
|2nd Person||No, thank you, really. I must have put on pounds as it is.1|
|1st Person||Another piece of meat pie?1|
|2nd Person||No, thanks, really. I'm on a diet.1|
|1st Person||Please do. You've hardly eaten anything.1|
|2nd Person||It's delicious, but I don't think I ought to.1|
|1st Person||Do have the rest of the nashed potato.1|
|2nd Person||No, thank you. I've had too much already.1|
|1st Person||Just take it to please me.1|
|2nd Person||Ok, but only a small piece or I shan't have room for any pudding.|