English Dialogue Practice 5

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Short upper-intermediate / advanced level English dialogue practice for English as a second language students - Complete the dialogues with appropriate sentences.

         That's because they never stop criticizing me.
         Why don't you try telling them how you feel about it?
         Do you think I haven't? They just don't care about how I feel.

A) Why are you always complaining about your parents?
B) What's the reason for her aggressive behavior?
C) Why are the policemen running around?
D) What makes you think that the exam questions will be difficult?
E) Are your parents aware of the problems you are going through?

         No, I'm okay. I can wait until the end of the meeting.
         I don't think so. You can't keep your eyes open.
         I guess you're right. I'll see you tomorrow.

A) Are you feeling better today than yesterday?
B) Can you tell me why you're smiling all the time?
C) Is it possible for you to wait for the end of the meeting?
D) You had better go home and take a rest.
E) Do you mind if I ask you a personal question?

         But it's not enough if you want to lose weight.
         I know, but it's only a beginning.
         Sure, it's better than doing nothing.

A) The dietician said I need to lose ten pounds.
B) I've decided not to go to the gym anymore.
C) I've stopped eating bread.
D) The new chef is really good at making snacks.
E) I've sold my tennis rackets.

         Then you should start wearing glasses.
         I already have contact lenses, but still I can't see clearly.
         It's time you changed them, then.

A) When did you last go to an eye doctor?
B) Should I tell my grandmother to see an optician?
C) I can't see the sentences on the board.
D) Are you able to see better now?
E) This pain in my back is killing me.

         Shall we leave the car here and walk?
         I don't think we should, because the bank is almost five hundred
         meters from here.
         I don't care. I can't walk up to the bank in this weather.

A) It may lake more than an hour lo walk lo the bank.
B) They've decided to open a new branch near here?
C) Normally, I walked to school from home.
D) But it's very difficult lo find a parking place near the bank
E) I agree. The bank will have been closed by then.

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