English The Easy Way
Meeting New People - Conversation - Speaking English
- Speaking English
- Meeting New People - Conversation - Speaking English
A: Hi, my name is ....... (give your name).
B: Hello, how are you doing?
A: I am OK, thank you.
B: Where do you live?
A: I live in ______ (state where you live).
B: Nice, I live _________ (state where you live).
A: How long do you live there?
B: I live there for _________ (state how long you live there).
A: Do you live alone? or with your family?
B: I live with __________ (wife, mother, father, kids, brother, sisters etc).
A: Really, nice I live with _________________ (wife, mother, father, kids, brother, sisters etc).
B: How many ______________ sisters, brothers, kids etc) do you have?
A; I have _______ (state how many _____ you have).
A: How old are your ________ (sisters brother, kids etc.)?
B: If married: How long have you been married?
A: Comment on the length of time they are married (Congratulations, wow that is a long time, how many kids do you have etc).
B: It was nice talking to you, but I have to go. I have to ____________(state what you have to do?)
A: OK bye
- Speaking English
- Meeting New People - Conversation
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