English speaking PDF Download 8 – English speaking Dialogues In Dental Clinic

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These are various Dialogues you can use English Speaking In Dental Clinic –

  • Is this the dentist’s office.
  • Yes, sir
  • Walk right in
  • Take a chair
  • The doctor will be in a moment.
  • Please let me see him at once.
  • I have a terrible toothache.
  • I can’t stand it any longer.
  • Wait, I will see if the doctor is busy.
  • How do you do, doctor?
  • I wish to have a tooth pulled.
  • It pains me terribly.
  • I could not sleep at all last night.
  • Sit down and let me look at it.
  • Which one is it?
  • This one?
  • No, the next one.
  • Is it the one that has the cavity?
  • Yes, that’s the one.
  • All right.
  • Do you want to take gas?
  • No, I can stand the pain for a second.
  • Rinse out your mouth.
  • I also wish to have a tooth filled.
  • What kind of filling do you want?
  • You can have it filled with gold, silver, or cement.
  • Gold filling will last you longer.
  • How much will it cost?
  • It will cost you three dollars.
  • You see, I have to kill the nerve first, and then fill the tooth.
  • I cannot stop now.
  • Can I make an appointment with you?
  • Yes, when can you come?
  • I can come any time tomorrow forenoon.
  • All right, then you may come at nine o’clock.
  • I wish to have my teeth cleaned.
  • How much do you charge for cleaning teeth?
  • One dollar for cleaning teeth.
  • Where are you going, John?
  • I am going to the dentist.
  • I must have a crown put on my tooth.
  • Let me see it.
  • It is of no use to have a crown on that tooth.
  • It is decayed.
  • The thing you need is a Set of teeth, or you can have a false tooth put in the place of that decayed one.
  • I don’t know what to do.
  • I think I will ask the doctor about it.

 

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These are various words you can use English Speaking In Dental Clinic –

  • Appointment
  • Blood
  • Bridge
  • Work
  • Cavity
  • Cement
  • Crown
  • Decay
  • Dentist
  • False
  • Fill
  • Gas
  • Gold
  • Toothache
  • Gum
  • Hurt
  • Nerve
  • Pain
  • Plate
  • Root
  • Set
  • Silver
  • Teeth
  • Tooth

 

English speaking PDF Download 6 – English speaking Dialogues In Clothing Store Part – 2

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These are various Dialogues you can use English Speaking In Clothing Store –

  • What size shirt do you wear?
  • Fifteen.
  • Do you want something white?
  • Yes, I want it.
  • Plain white.
  • What kind of collar do you want?
  • Quite high, and closed in front.
  • What size collar do you wear?
  • Fifteen and a half.
  • I also want a hat.
  • Do you like a derby, a soft hat, a cap or a straw hat?
  • I would like to have a derby.
  • Here is a hat that is used very much this season.
  • I don’t like this hat.
  • The brim is too wide.
  • Here is another one, with a narrow brim.
  • I like this better.
  • What size is it?
  • Six and seven-eighths.
  • What is the price of this hat?
  • Two dollars.
  • Put this with my suit, and I’ll call for it this afternoon.
  • Is there anything else you wish to have?
  • No, nothing for the present.
  • Probably your friend wants something.
  • I would like to have a suit made to order.
  • Have you any good cloth to show me?
  • Yes, we have all kinds of new patterns.
  • They came in this morning.
  • You are the first one to look them over.
  • Here is a cloth that will make a good spring suit.
  • It is of light color, and light in weight.
  • Do you have something darker than this? Here are some other colors.
  • Here is a brown cloth, and here is a grey.
  • I don’t like the brown.
  • It is too thick.
  • I want something lighter.
  • I like this grey cloth pretty well.
  • Take my measure.
  • I think I’ll have a suit made of this stuff.
  • How much will it cost, coat, vest and pants? Twenty-five dollars.
  • I don’t want the trousers too long.
  • How wide would you like to have your trousers?
  • I don’t want them very narrow.
  • Make them the same width as those I have on.
  • How long do you want your coat?
  • About one inch shorter than the one I have on.
  • How many buttons will you have on your coat?
  • Three.
  • What kind of lining do you wish to have in your coat?
  • Here are two colors, a brown and a grey.
  • I think the grey goes better with the grey cloth.
  • Yes, sir, we’ll use the grey lining.
  • How much money do you want for deposit? Five dollars.
  • When will you have the suit ready?
  • It will be ready two weeks from today.
  • Come in a week from to-morrow to try the coat on.
  • Is there something else you would like to have?
  • I would like to have a half dozen hand kerchiefs, a pair of garters, a necktie, a pair of stockings, and two towels.
  • Put them all together in one bundle.
  • Good-bye.
  • Be sure and come in a week from to-morrow to try the coat on.

 

English speaking PDF Download 5 – English speaking Dialogues In Clothing Store Part – 1

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These are various Dialogues you can use English Speaking In Clothing Store –

  • We buy our clothes from the clothing store.
  • I always buy ready-made suits.
  • You can buy them cheaper.
  • Perhaps you are right, but I never liked a ready-made suit.
  • I always have a suit made to order.
  • You pay a little more for suits made to order, but they fit you better, and last longer.
  • They are made carefully and the lining is better.
  • I had a suit made to order three years ago, and I have it yet.
  • No ready-made suits for me.
  • I like a suit made to order myself, but I can’t spare the money row.
  • I think I shall buy a ready-made suit.
  • Where do you buy your clothes?
  • I buy them from the Department Store.
  • It is a reliable place, and they treat you well.
  • If there is something the matter with your clothes, you can take them back and have them changed or altered.
  • Do you know anybody in the Department Store?
  • Yes, I know the clerk in the Clothing Department.
  • Let us go up together and buy a suit.
  • Let us go.
  • I want to buy a suit of clothes.
  • What kind of suit do you wish to have? Light, dark, a summer or a winter suit?
  • I want a blue suit for the summer.
  • I don’t want it very heavy.
  • We have quite a variety of blue suits here.
  • Let me show you some of them.
  • Here is a suit that is very popular this season.
  • I don’t like the color of it.
  • I like a very dark blue suit.
  • Here is a darker color.
  • Try it on, and let us see how it fits you.
  • The cloth is too thick.
  • I want it a little lighter.
  • How much do you want to pay for your suit?
  • About eighteen dollars.
  • Here is a good suit that you can have for twenty-one dollars.
  • Its regular price is twenty five dollars.
  • I like the color of that.
  • Let me see how it fits me.
  • Take off your coat and vest.
  • The coat is a little too long.
  • The sleeves are too wide.
  • We can alter the coat.
  • It wouldn’t cost you anything.
  • It is a good suit.
  • It fits you well on the back.
  • Let me see the pants of this suit.
  • Shall I try them on, or will you take the measure?
  • You had better try them on.
  • The trousers are long and tight.
  • How long do you want them?
  • Do you want them with codes?
  • Yes, I’ll have codes on them.
  • How wide do you want the codes?
  • About three inches.
  • Do you wear a belt all the time?
  • No, I use suspenders most of the time.
  • Do you think you like this suit?
  • I think so.
  • I don’t know how good the stuff is.
  • The stuff is guaranteed.
  • If it loses its color, bring it back and we’ll change it for you.
  • When will you have it ready?
  • It will be ready this afternoon at three.
  • Will you call for it, or shall we send it to you?
  • I will call for it this afternoon.
  • Is there anything else you wish to have?
  • I would like to have two shirts and four collars.

 

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These are various words you can use English Speaking In Clothing Store –

  • Suit
  • Cloth
  • Clothes
  • Tailor
  • Order
  • Overcoat
  • Coat
  • Trousers
  • Pants
  • Vest
  • Raincoat
  • Hat
  • Cap
  • Shirt
  • Collar
  • Underwear
  • Drawers
  • Apron
  • Button
  • Button-Hole
  • Collar-Button
  • Cuff-Button Belt
  • Gloves Sleeve
  • Pocket-Book
  • Towel
  • Napkin
  • Umbrella
  • Parasol
  • Dark Color
  • Light Color
  • Black
  • White
  • Red
  • Brown
  • Green
  • Gray
  • Purple
  • Orange
  • Yellow
  • Blue
  • Shirt-Front
  • Dress
  • Sheet
  • Pillow
  • Pillow-Case
  • Curtain
  • Mark Down
  • Sale
  • Clearance Sale
  • Traveling-Bag
  • Suit-Case
  • Lining
  • Handkerchief
  • Neck-Tie
  • Suspenders
  • Pocket
  • Jacket
  • Cotton
  • Wool
  • Silk
  • Linen
  • Velvet
  • Purse
  • Shawl
  • Muff
  • Sweater
  • Night-Shirt
  • Rubber-Coat
  • Short
  • Long
  • Wide
  • Tight
  • Narrow
  • Thick
  • Thin
  • Light
  • Heavy

 

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These are various words you can use English Speaking In The City –

  • Town
  • Cemetery
  • Monument
  • Market
  • Hospital
  • Lodging
  • Restaurant
  • Garden
  • Train
  • Steamboat
  • Automobile
  • Stage
  • Coach
  • Cab
  • Car
  • Omnibus
  • Zoological Garden
  • Bridge
  • Mint
  • Public
  • Bath
  • Young Men’s Christian
  • Association
  • Young Women’s Chris-
  • Tia
  • Association
  • Club
  • Lodge
  • Moving
  • Pictures
  • Opera
  • Public Garden
  • Fire
  • Alarm
  • Street
  • Car