English Conversations For Beginners:

English Conversations, Essential English Conversation
English Conversations For Beginners

In this lesson, you will get essential English conversations for all classes of people including students, kids. Every conversation has a minimum of 10 questions in English.

Conversation About An Institute

Write a short conversation about an institute in English.

  • Question: How do you know about [Institute name]?
    Or, How did you come to know about [Institute name]?
    Answer: I knew about [Institute name] from my friend.
    Or, I came to know about [Institute name] from my friend.
  • Question: Did you attend the orientation class?
    Answer: Yes, I did./No, I didn’t. [Inform Eng.]
    Or, Yes, I attended the orientation class.
    Or, No, I didn’t attend the orientation class.
  • Question: Did you enjoy the orientation class?
    Answer: Yes, I did. /No, I didn’t. [Inform Eng.]
    Or, Yes, I enjoyed the class.
  • Question: Who conducted/took the orientation class?
    Answer: [Teacher name] conducted/took the orientation class
  • Question: When did you get yourself admitted, before or after the orientation class?
    Answer: I got myself admitted after the orientation class.
  • Question: Who encouraged you to get yourself admitted into [Institute name]?
    Answer: My parents encouraged me to get myself admitted into [Institute name]
  • Question: How much money did you pay for admission?
    Answer: I paid TK [Amount of money] for admission.
  • Question: Did you pay the money at a time?
    Answer: No, I paid the money by/in two installments.
  • Question: How did you manage the money for admission?
    Or, How did you manage the admission fees? Answer: My father gave me the money.
  • Question: Did you do the right thing by getting admitted into [Institute name]? [American English]
    Or, Did you do the right thing by getting admitted into [Institute name]? [British English]
    Answer: Yes, I think I did the right thing. [American English]
    Or, Yes, I think I have done the right thing. [British English]

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  • Question: Do you come to [Institute Name] regularly?
    Answer: Yes, / No, I don’t. [informal Eng.]
    Or, Yes, I come to [Institute name] regularly?
  • Question: (On) Which days do you come to [Institute name]?
    Answer: I come to [Institute name] on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays.
    Or, I come to [Institute name] every Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday.
    Or, I come to [Institute name] on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday in a week / every week.
  • Question: How do you come to [Institute name]?
    Answer: I come to [Institute name] by bus.
  • Question: Where do you come from?
    Answer: I come from [Your Address]
  • Question: When does your class start at [Institute name]
    Or: At what time does your class start at [Institute name]
    Answer: Our class starts at [Time]
  • Question: Do you come to class timely/ in time?
    Answer: Yes, I always come to class in time.
  • Question: Who conducts your classes.
    Or, Who conducts your classes?
    Answer: The teachers of this institute conduct our classes.
  • Question: Do the teachers teach you the lessons cordially?
    Answer: Yes, they do. [informal Eng).]
    Or, Yes, they teach us the lessons cordially.
  • Question: Do you speak English with your classmates?
    Answer: Yes, I do. [informal Eng.]
    Or, Yes, I speak English with my classmates.
  • Question: How long do you speak English with each of them?
    Answer: I speak English with each of them for more than five minutes.

Conversation about Breakfast

Write a short conversation about an Institute.

1. Question: When do you have your breakfast?
Answer: I have/ eat breakfast at 8.30 am.

2. Question: Where do you have your breakfast? Answer: I always have my breakfast at home.

3. Question: Do you have your breakfast with your family members?
Answer: Yes, I do/ No, I don’t. [informal Eng.]
Or, Yes, I have my breakfast with my family members.

4. Question: What do you eat for breakfast?
Answer: I generally eat bread, vegetables and an egg for breakfast.

5. Question: How many pieces of bread do you eat?
Answer: I eat 4 pieces of bread.
Or, I eat 4 slices of bread.

6. Question: Who prepares/makes your breakfast?
Answer: My mother makes breakfast.
Or, Our housemaid makes our breakfast.

7. Question: Does anybody help her?
Answer: Yes, my sister helps her.
Or, : No, nobody helps her.

8. Question: Don’t you take tea after breakfast?
Answer: Yes, I do / No, I don’t. [informal Eng.]
Or, Yes, I take tea after breakfast.
Or, No, I don’t take tea after breakfast.

9. Question: Which one do you prefer between raw and milk tea?
Or, What do/would you prefer between raw and milk tea?
Answer: I prefer milk tea.
Or, I prefer milk tea to raw tea.

10. Question: How much time do you need to eat breakfast?
Answer: I need about half an hour to eat breakfast.

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