100 English Lessons

                100 English Lessons
 
 
 
 
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Lesson 1 - Where are you from?
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James : Hello.
Lisa : Hi.
James : How are you?
Lisa : I'm good. How are you?
James : Good. Do you speak English?
Lisa : A little. Are you American?
James : Yes.
Lisa : Where are you from?
James : I'm from California.
Lisa : Nice to meet you.
James : Nice to meet you too.
Lesson 2 - Do you speak English?
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Mary : Excuse me, are you American?
Robert : No.
Mary : Do you speak English?
Robert : A little, but not very well.
Mary : How long have you been here?
Robert : 2 months.
Mary : What do you do for work?
Robert : I'm a student. How about you?
Mary : I'm a student too.
Lesson 3 - What's your name?
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John : Excuse me, what's your name?
Jessica : My name is Jessica. What's yours?
John : John.
Jessica : You speak English very well.
John : Thank you.
Jessica : Do you know what time it is?
John : Sure. It's 5:10PM.
Jessica : What did you say?
John : I said it's 5:10PM.
Jessica : Thanks.
John : You're welcome.
Lesson 4 - Asking directions.
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Amy : Hi Michael.
Michael : Hi Amy. What's up?
Amy : I'm looking for the airport. Can you tell me how to get there?
Michael : No, sorry. I don't know.
Amy : I think I can take the subway to the airport. Do you know where the subway is?
Michael : Sure, it's over there.
Amy : Where? I don't see it.
Michael : Across the street.
Amy : Oh, I see it now. Thanks.
Michael : No problem.
Amy : Do you know if there's a restroom around here?
Michael : Yes, there's one here. It's in the store.
Amy : Thank you.
Michael : Bye.
Amy : Bye bye.
Lesson 5 - I'm hungry.
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Thomas : Hi Sarah, how are you?
Sarah : Fine, how are you doing?
Thomas : OK.
Sarah : What do you want to do?
Thomas : I'm hungry. I'd like to eat something.
Sarah : Where do you want to go?
Thomas : I'd like to go to an Italian restaurant.
Sarah : What kind of Italian food do you like?
Thomas : I like spaghetti. Do you like spaghetti?
Sarah : No, I don't, but I like pizza.
Lesson 6 - Do you want something to drink?
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Susan : David, would you like something to eat?
David : No, I'm full.
Susan : Do you want something to drink?
David : Yes, I'd like some coffee.
Susan : Sorry, I don't have any coffee.
David : That's OK. I'll have a glass of water.
Susan : A small glass, or a big one?
David : Small please.
Susan : Here you go.
David : Thanks.
Susan : You're welcome.
Lesson 7 - That's too late.
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Richard : Mary, would you like to get something to eat with me?
Mary : OK. When?
Richard : At 10 O'clock.
Mary : 10 in the morning?
Richard : No, at night.
Mary : Sorry, that's too late. I usually go to bed around 10:00PM.
Richard : OK, how about 1:30 PM?
Mary : No, that's too early. I'll still be at work then.
Richard : How about 5:00PM?
Mary : That's fine.
Richard : OK, see you then.
Mary : Alright. Bye.
Lesson 8 - Choosing a time to meet.
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Charles : Jennifer, would you like to have dinner with me?
Jennifer : Yes. That would be nice. When do you want to go?
Charles : Is today OK?
Jennifer : Sorry, I can't go today.
Charles : How about tomorrow night?
Jennifer : Ok. What time?
Charles : Is 9:00PM all right?
Jennifer : I think that's too late.
Charles : Is 6:00PM OK?
Jennifer : Yes, that's good. Where would you like to go?
Charles : The Italian restaurant on 5th street.
Jennifer : Oh, I don't like that Restaurant. I don't want to go there.
Charles : How about the Korean restaurant next to it?
Jennifer : OK, I like that place.
Lesson 9 - When do you want to go?
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Linda : Hi Mark.
Mark : Hi.
Linda : What are you planning to do today?
Mark : I'm not sure yet.
Linda : Would you like to have lunch with me?
Mark : Yes. When?
Linda : Is 11:30AM OK?
Mark : Sorry, I didn't hear you. Can you say that again please?
Linda : I said, 11:30AM.
Mark : Oh, I'm busy then. Can we meet a little later?
Linda : OK, how about 12:30PM?
Mark : OK. Where?
Linda : How about Bill's Seafood Restaurant?
Mark : Oh, Where is that?
Linda : It's on 7th Street.
Mark : OK, I'll meet you there.
Lesson 10 - Ordering food.
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Host : Hello sir, welcome to the French Garden Restaurant. How many?
Charles : One.
Host : Right this way. Please have a seat. Your waitress will be with you in a moment.
Waitress : Hello sir, would you like to order now?
Charles : Yes please.
Waitress : What would you like to drink?
Charles : What do you have?
Waitress : We have bottled water, juice, and Coke.
Charles : I'll have a bottle of water please.
Waitress : What would you like to eat?
Charles : I'll have a tuna fish sandwich and a bowl of vegetable soup.
 
 
 
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