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English Speaking Dialogues At Steam Boat

 

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.