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Where are you working?


Phil: Hi Phil.

Cindy: Hi Cindy.

Phil: How are you Cindy?

Cindy: I am fine Phil.

Phil: Where are you working Cindy?

Cindy: I am working in a factory.

Phil: Cindy, do you like working in the factory?

Cindy: No, I do not like working in the factory, but I need money.

Phil: Yes, I understand. Where do you want to work?

Cindy: I want to work in an office?

Phil: I see. I hope you get a job in an office.

Cindy: Thank you Phil, Where do you work Phil?

Phil: I work in the hospital.

Cindy: What do you do in the hospital Phil?

Phil: I am a Nurse. I love my job.

Cindy: This is great. I am happy you have a good job.

Phil: Thank you Cindy.

Cindy: I have to go Phil.

Phil: OK bye Cindy.

Cindy: Bye Phil.


English Speaking Dialogues

English Speaking Phrases

English Idioms & Expressions

I Have + Verb

I Am + Verb

I Am + Happy To - With Voice/Audio

He/She + Are + Verb

I Am Feeling

Formal Greetings

Cashier Expressions

Phrasal Verbs With "Get"

Different Ways To Say "Now"

Giving Directions To Someone On Foot/Walking

"Rude Questions" - & Answers

Ways To Ask For Help

Ways To Say Angry With Voice/Audio

Ways To Say - I Disagree

Way to say "Cheap"

Ways To Say "Thank You"

Telephone Phrases

Telephone Dialog

Leaving A Message

Telephone Difficulties

How To Politely Say No!!

Questions To Ask When Renting An Apartment