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English Conversation Chat – Conversation with Bench mate

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Let us look at one more topic for English conversation. We all have missed a lecture in school due to some or the other reason. The next day it is difficult to understand what is being thought. What should you do in such a  situation? Ask help from your bench mate or classmate. They will help you the best. If you are thinking how should you start the conversation? Or How to ask help for notes? Here is a small example which can guide you.

Fluent Life- Conversation with Benchmate

Fluent Life- Conversation with Benchmate

Read the English Conversation   carefully:

Rohan: Good morning, Harshit.

(If he is your close friend you can go for the alternative.)

(An alternative: Hi, Harshit)

Harshit: Good morning.

(Do not say: Hi, Wassup.)

(An alternative: Good morning, Rohan.)

Rohan: Are you fine? You look dull.

(There could be a better alternative.)

(An alternative: Are you unwell? Your face looks dull.)

Harshit: I am all fine but there is a problem.

(There can be a better alternative.)

(An alternative: I am good but a bit tensed.)

( Do not say: No not good. There is a problem.)

Rohan: Problem? What is it? Can I help you?

(Do not say: May I help you?)

(An alternative: What’s the problem? Tell me.)

Harshit: I need your book.

(Do not say: I want your book. [Ask for the book])

Rohan: Which book?

Harshit: I was absent on Tuesday. I don’t have the Grammar notes.

(This isn’t the most appropriate sentence.)

(An alternative: I was absent on Tuesday for the Grammar lecture.)

(I don’t have the Grammar notes because I was absent on Tuesday.)

Rohan: There is no Grammar lecture today.

(This isn’t the most appropriate sentence.)

(An alternative: We don’t have a Grammar lecture today.)

(Do not say : But there is any Grammar lecture today.)

Harshit: Okay. Can you please bring the book tomorrow?

(Do not say: Bring the book tomorrow. [you should request him])

Rohan: Sure. There is a test next week on this chapter.

(This isn’t the most appropriate sentence.)

(An alternative: We have a test next week in this chapter. )

Harshit: I don’t know anything. I need your help.

(This isn’t the most appropriate sentence.)

(You can say: When is the test? I know nothing. You have to teach me.)

Rohan: Don’t worry it’s next week and not this week.

(You do not say: Don’t worry. I am there.- You should give him all the needed information.)

Harshit: Okay. Thank you.

Test Your Comprehension

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 If you were Harshit, what you would have said?

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English Conversation Chat – Introducing two people

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Chetan introduces his Uncle Raj to Saloni

Fluent Life | Introducing someone - English conversation

Fluent Life | Introducing someone – English conversation

Read the conversation

Saloni : Hi, How are you, Chetan?

Chetan : Hi, I am fine Saloni. How are you ?

Saloni : I am fine too. Thank you for asking.

Chetan : Saloni, meet my uncle, Raj.

Saloni : Hello, Raj uncle. How are you?

Raj : Hi, I am fine.

Saloni : When did you come?

Raj : I came day before yesterday.

Saloni : What are your plans?

Raj : Let’s have dinner together.

Saloni : Sure, I will confirm.

Raj : Hope to see you soon.

Keywords – day before yesterday


Test Your Comprehension

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    If you were Saloni, what you would have said?

     ( post your answer in the comment box )