English Conversations

English Conversations, Essential English Conversation
English Conversations Learning

In this lesson, you will get essential English conversations for all classes of people including students, kids. Every conversation has minimum 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]
  • 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.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here