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Everyday Conversations: Learning American English
Everyday Conversations is intended for sixth- and seventh-grade students of English as a Foreign Language (EFL) or English as a Second Language (ESL). Students can listen to and/or read dialogues in English. Topics of the conversations include introductions and small talk, shopping, asking for directions, hobbies, and giving advice.
Leisure Activities
English Level 1
Small conversation/Dialogue
Practice Listening
Learning English Conversation
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A: Tell me, what do you enjoy doing in your spare time?
B: I enjoy drawing and painting.
A: You know how to draw and paint?
B: Yes, I do
A: When did you learn how to do that?
B: I learned back in high school.
A: Oh, so you took an art class?
B: Yeah, I loved that class.
A: I see that you’re pretty talented.
B: Thank you very much.
A: I wish I had a talent like that.
B: I’m sure you have a talent. It’s just hidden.


A: What kinds of things do you like to do?
B: I’ve always liked to draw and paint.
A: I didn’t know you knew how to draw and paint.
B: I do it every once in a while.
A: How long have you known how to do that?
B: I first learned how to do it in high school.
A: Did you take some sort of art class or something?
B: That was my favorite class.
A: You have got to be talented.
B: Thanks.
A: If only I was talented.
B: You have a talent. You just don’t know what it is yet.


A: Are there any hobbies you do?
B: When I have time, I sometimes draw and paint.
A: Oh, you actually do that?
B: Every so often, I do.
A: Did you always know how to draw and paint?
B: I was taught in high school how to draw and paint.
A: You had an art class?
B: Exactly, it was my favorite class.
A: Well, it’s good that you’re so talented.
B: I appreciate that.
A: Talent is a great thing, I wish I had one.
B: Everyone has a talent. They just need to find it.