English speaking PDF Download 26 – English speaking Dialogues At Steam Boat

 

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These are various Dialogues you can use English Speaking At Steam Boat –

  • Will you please tell me where the Central What is?
  •  It is on Bates Street.
  • Go up straight as far as that white house, then turn to your left and go straight ahead until you reach the pier.
  • I thank you, sir.
  • I am very much obliged to you.
  • Is this the steamship office?
  • Yes, sir this is the steamer for New York.
  • What time does the steamboat leave?
  • It leaves at seven o’clock sharp.
  • The weather is good, and I think we shall start at seven o’clock sharp.
  • What is the fare to New York?
  • Five dollars.
  • Give me one ticket.
  • Can I buy a return ticket?
  • Yes, it will cost you eight dollars.
  • That way you save two dollars.
  •  Let me have a return ticket.
  • Give me a state room, too.
  • What do you charge for the state room? Two dollars for an outside room, one dollar and seventy-five cents for an inside room.
  • It is too much.
  • I can’t afford it.
  • I think I shall go downstairs in the cabin.
  • What is the fare for second class?
  • Three dollars.
  • I would like to travel first class, but the fare is too high.
  • If you can’t afford it, you can travel third class.
  • All right.
  • Give me a steerage ticket.
  • Where is the captain?
  • I want to see hint about my trunk.
  • You can check your trunk here.
  • Do you have a suit-case with you?
  • If you have one, bring it to the baggage room.
  • They don’t charge you anything for it.
  • Can I have my supper on board?
  •  Yes, there is a dining-room on the steamer.
  • You can have your meals at the regular hours.
  • Breakfast is served from seven to nine; dinner from twelve to two, and supper from half-past five to seven.
  • It is seven o’clock, and the whistle has not blown yet.
  • What is the trouble?
  • We shall not start before ten o’clock.
  • The weather is stormy.
  • The wind is strong.
  • Perhaps we shall not start before morning.
  • Oh, there goes the whistle! Hear the man calling “All aboard” We are off.
  • It is only half -past nine.
  • I am afraid it will.
  • Be stormy on the way.
  • The worst of it is •that I get sea- sick.
  • I don’t see how I can stand it.
  • Well, go to sleep, and you will be all right in the morning.
  • We reach New York tomorrow afternoon at half-past five.

 

English speaking PDF Download 25 – English speaking Words About Steam Boat

 

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These are various words you can use English Speaking About Steam Boat –

  • Aboard
  •  Anchor
  • Baggage
  • Passenger
  •  Port
  • Baggage-Room
  • Battleship
  • Bell
  • Berth
  • Boat
  • Bow
  • Cabin
  • Canoe
  • Chimney
  •  Compass
  • Cork
  • Deck
  • Fare
  • First Class
  •  Flag
  • Freight
  • Harbor
  • Helm
  • Inland
  • Island
  • Lake
  •  Launch
  • Life-Saver
  •  Ocean
  • Whistle
  • Row Nver
  •  Row Sail
  • Sail-Boat
  • Sailor
  • Sea
  • Sea-Sick
  • Second Class
  • Ship
  • Steer
  • Steerage
  • Steamer
  • Steamship
  • State Room
  • Stern
  • Storm
  • Third  Class
  •  Voyage
  • Warship
  • Watch
  • Wave

 

English speaking PDF Download 24 – English speaking Words In Shoe Store

 

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  • Shoe-Store
  • Shoe
  • Boots
  • High
  • Low
  • Leather
  • Tan
  • Black
  •  Red
  • Shoe-Horn
  • Button-Hook
  • Soles
  • Heel
  • Nail
  • Repair
  • Shoe-Blacking
  •  Shoe-Polish
  • Shoe-Lace
  • Shoe-String
  • Number
  • Size
  • Stretch
  • Pointed
  • Button
  • Shoe
  • Lace-Shoe
  • Patent-Leather
  • Rubbers
  • Slippers
  • Pair
  • Tight
  • Last
  • Shine Shoe
  • Brush

 

English speaking PDF Download 23 – English speaking Dialogues In School

 

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  • Do you speak English?
  •  Yes, I speak a little, but not very much.
  • I don’t speak English very well.
  • Do you understand me when I speak?
  • Yes, I understand what you say, but I can’t answer you.It is very hard to speak the “English language.No,
  •  The English language is very easy; you can learn how to speak if you’ try.
  • Do you go to the evening school?
  •  No, I don’t go the evening school.
  • What do they do there?
  • In the evening school they teach you to read, write, and speak English.
  • Don’t lose time.
  • Go as soon as you can.
  • You can find a better job if you now English.
  • You will get more money if you know how to write English.
  • Where is the evening school?
  • It is on Washington Street.
  • This boy will show you where it is.
  • Get ready.
  • Put on your coat and hat and go.
  • Yes, sir.
  • I am going right off.
  • Goodbye.
  • Good evening.
  • Is this the principal of the evening school? Yes, sir, this is Mr. Ones, the principal of the school.
  • I want to come to school.
  • I wish to learn English Very well, Come here.
  • What is your name?
  • My name is George Tip off.
  • How do you spell your last name?
  • Tip off.
  • How old are you?
  • I am twenty one years old.
  • Where do you live?
  • I live on Chestnut Street.
  • What is your nationality?
  • I am Russian.
  • How long have you been in this country?
  • I have been in this country terraria months’Here is your book, Mr. Tipoff.
  •  Mr.Brooks will be your teacher.
  • Go upstairs to room number five.
  • Give this card to Mr. Brooks.
  •  Thank you, sir.
  • Good evening.
  • Is this Mr. Brooks?
  •  Yes, this is Mr. Brooks.
  • Mr. Ones sent me here.
  • I want to come to school.
  • Have you a registration card?
  • Yes, here it is.
  • Sit down.
  • Here is your book, paper, and pencil.
  • Open your book to page eleven.

 

English speaking PDF Download 22 – English speaking Dialogues In Restaurant

 

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These are various Dialogues you can use English Speaking In Restaurant –

  • I am hungry.
  • I haven’t had my breakfast yet.
  • I must eat something.
  • Where do you take your breakfast?
  •  I take my breakfast at the City restaurant.
  • Come with me.
  • Let us have breakfast together.
  • Have you given your order?
  • No, I have not.
  • Let me have some oatmeal and cream, a Cup of coffee, hot rolls, and two fried eggs.
  • What will you have?
  • I would like to have an order of pork chops, a cup of black tea, an orator of griddle cakes, and some doughnuts.
  • Is there anything else you wish to have?
  • No, thank you, unless the other gentleman wishes to have something else.
  •  No, thank you, I have had enough.
  • Has anybody taken your order?
  • No.
  • Give me some milk and crackers, an order of buttered toast, and a cup of coffee.
  • Waiter, bring me a glass of water and a tea­ spoon, please.
  • What time is it?
  • It is almost time for dinner.
  • Do you want to have your dinner with me? Certainly.
  • I will be with you in five minutes.
  • I am ready.
  • Where shall we go?
  • Where do you take your dinner?
  • I usually go to the Dairy Lunch.
  • They serve good food there, and the prices are low, too.
  • Let us go there, then.
  • Waiter, hand me a bill of fare, please.
  • Do you serve a special dinner today? Yes, we do.
  • Here is the special dinner, chicken soup, roast chicken, green peas, coffee or tea, pie and pudding.
  • I don’t think I will have the special dinner.
  • Let me have some vegetable soup, an order of roast beef, baked potatoes, a side of beans, and a cup of coffee.
  • What will you have?
  • I will have some tomato soup, an order of roast lamb, boiled potatoes, and a cup of tea.
  • Bring me some crackers with the soup, too.
  •  This meat is too tough.
  • Will you bring me a tender piece of meat? What will you have for dessert?
  • Have you any raisin pie this noon?
  • We have no raisin pie today.
  • We have apple, chocolate, lemon, orange, custard, cherry, and squash.
  • I will have a piece of lemon pie.
  • Will you have the same kind of pie?
  • No, I will have apple, and a glass of milk.
  • This milk is sour.
  • I would like to have it changed.
  • Do you serve any fruit here?
  • Yes, Sir, we have all kinds of fruits.
  • You will find a list of them on the bill of fare.
  • Let me have an orange and two bananas.
  • What will you have, George?
  • I will have some grapes.
  • Do you serve any drinks here?
  • No, Sir, we serve no drinks here.
  • Do you wish to have anything else?
  • Do you put up lunches to take out?
  •  Yes, we do.
  • What will you have?
  • I would like to have two egg sandwiches, some buttered toast, and a piece of apple pie.
  • How much is it for the two of us?
  •  One dollar and thirty-five cents with the lunch.
  • Please pay to the cashier.
  • Goodbye, George.
  • I shall see you tonight at supper.
  • What time do you take your supper?
  • I take my supper at half past six.

 

English speaking PDF Download 21 – English speaking Dialogues At Railway Station

 

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These are various Dialogues you can use English Speaking At Railway Station –

  • I am a stranger in this city.
  • I don’t know where I am now.
  • I can’t leave town unless I know where the railroad station is.
  • There is a policeman.
  • I am going to find out from him.
  • Will you please tell me where the depot is? We have three railroad stations in this town.
  • Where do you want to go?
  • I want to go to Boston.
  • You can’t take a train to Boston before four o’clock.
  • You just missed the ten-thirty train.
  • Don’t you have a timetable with you?
  • No, I have no timetable with me.
  • Do you know where I can get one?
  • Let us go to that hotel there, and see if they have one.
  • Oh, I forgot you’ll find the time table in the morning paper.
  • I have a morning paper here.
  • Let us see.
  • Train service from Spring Street station.
  • There is a train for Boston at 6.55 am express at 9.55 am, local at 10.30 am, express at 12.10 pm, local at 4.03 p.m., express for Boston.
  • I think I’ll wait and take the four-three train this afternoon.
  • How can I reach the station from here? Take the Orchard car from here; ask the conductor to give you a transfer for Spring Street.
  • Get off at the corner of High and Spring Streets.
  • Take a Spring Street car, and that will take you to the depot.
  • Thank you very much.
  • Welcome sir.
  • Spring Street station.
  • Here it is.
  • At last I have found it.
  • I have no time to lose.
  • I must buy my ticket, check my trunk, and have something to eat before I go.
  • What time does the next train leave for Boston?
  • At four- three.
  • Let me have one ticket.
  • Three dollars and ten cents.
  • I wonder if my trunk is here.
  • Oh, here it is.I must check it.
  • Check this trunk, please.
  • Where is your ticket?
  • I must weigh that trunk.
  • I think you’ll have to pay excess money for it.
  • It weighs more than the limit.
  • How much more do I have to pay?
  • Twenty cents.
  • Now I can eat something.
  • It is only twenty minutes to four.
  • I have twenty-three minutes more.
  • Information bureau Baggage room Parcel room Track Number 3 Ticket office Passengers are forbid den to stand on this platform for men for women Look out Danger Railroad crossing Look out for the engine Waiting room.
  •  No spitting on the floor When you are at the railroad station, and are in doubt about the arrival and departure of your train, always go and ask someone in the in­ formation bureau about it.
  • Buy your ticket before you check your trunk.
  • When you check your trunk, have your ticket with you.
  • In a large city, when you buy your ticket, al­ ways ask the man in charge of the ticket office for the number of the track on which your train is found.
  • This will save you much trouble.
  • When does the next train leave for New York?
  •  At twelve o’clock.
  •  Is it an express, or a local?
  •  Is it a through train to New York?
  • It is a local.
  • You change at spring field.
  • There is no express train before five o’clock.