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  • English is an [international] language and is understood [all] over the world in fact in today's world

  • Speaking English has become a necessity

  • moreover with the globalization of trade Commerce and new avenues of employment in BPOs and

  • multinational companies

  • the importance of fluent spoken English has grown immensely

  • Being the international link language most of the people lack the requisite

  • skills in the spoken English while conversing in different situations in Day-To-Day life

  • [the] proper grasping of the model conversation is illustrated ahead that will help you immensely

  • to overcome the weaknesses

  • The objective of this session is to make you speak English without fear or hesitation

  • and without any grammatical errors

  • Introducing yourself when you are introducing yourself to other people you would use your first name in

  • informal circumstances now let us observe some examples of

  • introducing Yourself situation 1

  • Hello, my name [is] David. What's your name?

  • Rosie

  • Where are you from Rosie?

  • I'm from new Delhi. Where are you from I am from Toronto? Are you a canadian?

  • Yes, I am are you an Indian?

  • Yes, I am

  • situation 2

  • Hello

  • Hi

  • My name is Kabir. What's your name?

  • My name is Jackie

  • What are you studying [b]? E?

  • Where are you from I am from Mumbai and you I am from Bangalore

  • Hello, and goodbye all of these greetings are used in formal situations

  • When we might say how do you do in English or meeting people who we don't know?

  • particularly well

  • Now observe the following conversation

  • Hello, lucky. How are you fine? Thanks? How are you? I'm fine. Thank you

  • Where are you going? I am going for lunch, okay? Carry on. Bye. Bye Rohan. Have a nice day

  • Thanks

  • telling the time

  • These conversations are useful to tell the time in a polite Manner when somebody asks time conversation

  • [1]

  • Excuse me. Can you tell me the time please?

  • Yes, of course it's 5 o'clock. Thank you. No problem

  • Conversation - what time [is] it 3:00? Thanks?

  • Personal information this conversation is useful when you [are] giving full

  • [information] about you in a short Manner

  • See the following example. What's your surname?

  • family name

  • [Dikshit], what's your first name Robin?

  • Where are you from?

  • Cannot place new Delhi. What's your job? I'm a professor

  • What's your address?

  • 12 Cannot Street

  • What is your phone number?

  • Five zero six [three] five eight seven five how old are you?

  • 30

  • Are you married yes? I am

  • shopping while shopping around you have to ask the

  • [salespersons] for the things you have [to] buy

  • Ask for its price ask for sizes Etc

  • See the following conversation can I help you?

  • Yes, I'm looking for a pullover

  • [what] size are you I'm an

  • extra-Large

  • How about this one?

  • Yes, that's nice. Can I try it on?

  • Certainly there's the changing room over there. Thank you

  • How does it fit?

  • It's too large. Do you have a large yes here you are

  • Thank you. I'll have it please [okay]

  • How would you like to pay? Do you accept credit cards?

  • Yes, we do Visa

  • Mastercard and American

  • Express

  • Okay, here's my Visa [card]. Thank you. Have a nice day. Thank you. [goodbye]

  • at the airport

  • in the airport at the time of checking in and

  • passport check

  • conversations look like in the Following Manner

  • observe the Following

  • Conversations at the time of checking in the conversation may be as follows good morning. Can I have your ticket please?

  • Here you are

  • Thank you. Would you like smoking or non-smoking?

  • non-smoking, please

  • Would you like a window or an aisle seat and aisle seat, please? Do you have any baggage?

  • Yes this suitcase, and this carry-on bag. Here's your boarding pass. Have a nice flight

  • Thank you at passport check the conversation may be as follows good morning

  • [can] I see your passport?

  • Here you are

  • Thank you very much. [are] you a tourist or on business? I'm a tourist

  • That's fine. Have a pleasant stay

  • Thank you

  • for directions [we] can use a number of language expressions to perform the function of

  • Asking for and giving directions let us see some examples of conversations giving directions

  • conversation one

  • Excuse me. Is there a bank near here. Yes. There is [a] bank on the [corner]

  • Thank you, you're welcome

  • conversation -

  • Excuse me. Is there a shopping mall near here. Yes, there's one near here

  • How do I get there?

  • Add the traffic lights take the first left and go straight on

  • It's on the left is it far not really thank you. Don't mention it

  • Getting a room in a hotel

  • When you go to a hotel and ask for the room for a night the conversation [will] be as follows

  • Good evening. Can I help you?

  • Yes, please I'd like a room for the night

  • Would you like a single room or a double room a single room, please? How much is the room? It's

  • 1,000 bucks per night can I pay [by] credit card?

  • Certainly we take Visa

  • Mastercard and American Express

  • Could you fill this form please?

  • Do you need my passport number?

  • No, just an address and your signature

  • Here you are

  • Here's your key your room number is three to four

  • Thank you, if you need anything dial zero for the reception area

  • Thank you

  • Have a good stay

  • Ordering a meal in a hotel when we order a meal the conversation may look like as follows

  • observe the Following conversation

  • Hi, how are you doing this afternoon?

  • [fine], thank you. Can I see a menu please?

  • Certainly here. You are thank you. What's today's special

  • grilled chicken and cheese on Rye

  • That sounds good. I'll have that would you like something to drink?

  • Yes, I'd like lemonade thank you here. You are enjoy your meal

  • Thank you. Can I get you anything else? No, thanks. I'd like the bill please

  • That'll be

  • 250 bucks [yeah], you are keep the change

  • Thank you. Have a good day. Bye

  • talking about profession almost at every

  • Introduction people ask us what we do in response to this question

  • we talk about our profession or the

  • Organization we work for let us observe the following conversation. Hi. I am John hi

  • I am kavita. What do you do Kavita?

  • I am a software analyst in an information technology company and develop computer software

  • When did you join this company [I]?

  • Joined this company eight years ago what type of company is yours ours is a multinational company

  • How many people are working there there are about a hundred and fifty people working?

  • What is the annual turnover the Annual turnover is about 90 crores?

  • Does your company have any branches yes one in Gurgaon and one in Bangalore?

  • Where is the head office [the] [head] office is in Mumbai?

  • Activities at home at office we work. Well at home our

  • Activities are varied let's now see a conversation about activities at home

  • Normally, when do you get up at 5:00?

  • Why do you get up so early [I]?

  • have to cook my son leaves for school at

  • 6:45 a.m., at

  • 6:45 when does his school start at 9:00?

  • Then why does he leave so early?

  • He has to the school is far away and the bus picks him up at 6:45

  • When does he return?

  • By 5:00, what do you do in the afternoons I?

  • Read books or watch TV

  • Don't you have a nap?

  • No, I don't if I have I get a headache when do you have your lunch?

  • Usually [I] have it about 1 o'clock. Do you cook twice a day?

  • No, only once for supper. We have only snacks and fruits

  • Permissions expressions beginning with can may and could are usually used for asking permission?

  • There are also other more polite expressions using more words to ask for the permission

  • Asking for permission Denotes a question at the time of asking permission from Boss

  • The conversation may be as follows excuse me sir may. I come in of course

  • How can [I] help you?

  • Yes, I am unwell [I] want to go to the doctor. What's the matter with you? I?

  • Am running a high temperature and have breathing

  • Difficulty, well you may go now and get well soon. Thank you, sir. Here is my leave application

  • Bye-Bye, take care

  • at the time of asking permission from boss to go early the

  • Conversation may be as follows could I possibly interrupt ma'am. It's urgent

  • Go ahead I

  • Wonder if you would mind if I leave one hour early

  • I need to meet my mother from hospital of course not you may go early today

  • Thank you very much, ma'am

  • Do you require [anything] else?

  • Nothing [as] of now ma'am

  • past experience

  • To ask about once past experiences we use the following language expressions