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These are variousDialogues you can use English Speaking about Trades –

  • Good morning, sir.
  • I am out of work, and I wish to find something to do.
  • What positions do you have today?
  • What can you do?
  • What did you do before?
  • What kind of work do you want?
  • I don’t care what it is.
  • I have been without work for about a month, and I must find something now.
  • Where were you employed before?
  • I worked in a hotel as a waiter, and as a head waiter also.
  • Why did you leave your job?
  • I left it because I wanted more money.
  • Fill this application here, and come back tomorrow morning.
  • I believe I can give you a position tomorrow.
  • Thank you, sir.
  • Good day.
  • Are you the man that was here yesterday afternoon?
  • Yes, sir.
  • You told me to come back today.
  • Come over to the desk.
  • Sit down.
  • What is your name?
  • My name is James Miller.
  • They need a waiter in a country hotel.
  • Can you go?
  • Yes, sir.
  • I can go anywhere.
  • Take this letter with you, and give it to the manager of the hotel.
  • Your salary will be twenty-five dollars a month.
  • Of course there is a chance for you to make some tips, too.
  • What is the fee for this position?
  • The fee is two dollars.
  • If you lose your job in two days, half of the money will be given back to you.
  • What kind of work are you looking for? Can you tell me what kind of work you have?
  • I need some farm laborers.
  • Do you want to work on a farm?
  • Yes, I do.
  • What is the pay?
  • The pay is twenty-eight dollars a month, your board, room and washing.
  • Here are some other kinds of work.
  • Railroad work.
  • One dollar and fifty cents per day.
  • The Company provides for sleeping quarters.
  • How far is it from here?
  • It is near Chicago.
  • The Company will pay your fare and your return fare also.
  • If you don’t like the work, you can come back.
  • Do you have anything else?
  • Yes, here is another kind of work.
  • I can give you a job in a coal mine in Pennsylvania.
  • The pay is one dollar and seventy-five cents.
  • Do you want to go to a lumber camp?
  • It isn’t far from here.
  • You can come to the city every Saturday to see your friends.
  • The work is not very hard.
  • You get two dollars a day and your room.
  • The board is very cheap up there.
  • You don’t have to spend any extra money.
  • Are you a Union man?
  • Yes, I belong to the Union.
  • Do you want to sign the contract?
  • There is another group of laborers who leave next Monday.
  • If you want to go, you have time enough to get ready and go with them.
  • I don’t know what to do.
  • I will think it over.
  • I will talk over the matter with my family, and I will let you know by tomorrow afternoon.
  • Will that be all right?
  • Yes.
  • Please let me know as soon as you can.