Welcome to Year 1, Week 10, Lesson 1.10.3. Today we will work on your English conversation and reading skills. We begin dialogues 28-30 from our English course, American English Conversations 1. Designed for beginners, these dialogues help English Learners improve their comprehension and communication skills. You’re encouraged to read along and pronounce together with the video below. Once you finish, don’t forget to share what you’ve learned via the comments section below.
PART 1 — DIRECTIONS: Read the dialogues below in English, then translate them and read them in your primary language.
Dialogue 28 – Pastimes
- Roger: What do you do in your spare time?
- Barry: Oh, nothing special. I read… watch TV… go to the movies.
- Roger: Don’t you have any hobbies, like stamp collecting or things like that?
- Barry: No, I don’t have any hobbies. How about you?
- Roger: I have just one—photography. It’s expensive, but it’s a lot of fun.
Dialogue 29 – Weddings
- Bonnie: Guess what! Paul and Susan are engaged!
- Janice: Really? When did that happen?
- Bonnie: A week ago. They met last summer and now, just think… they’ll be married soon.
- Janice: Have they set a date for the wedding’?
- Bonnie: No, not yet. But Susan says they’d like to get married in November or December. Then they’ll go to Hawaii for their honeymoon.
Dialogue 30 – Effort
- Debbie: I give up! I simply can’t learn French!
- Helen: Why do you say that? I think you’re making a lot of progress.
- Debbie: No, I’m not. I try and try, and I still can’t speak it very well.
- Helen:Learning any language takes a lot of effort. But don’t give up. Why don’t we practice those dialogs together?
- Debbie: Good idea. That just might help.
PART 2 — DIRECTIONS: Watch, read-along, and pronounce with the video below a minimum of 2-3 times. After you finish, let us know what you learned via the comments section below.
23 thoughts on “Lesson 1.10.3 – American English Lessons With Maestro Sersea”
Thank you so much for everything.
I love the way you teach me.
I need that variety of vocabulary and that correct pronunciation you teach me to improve my English speaking.
You always give me quality lessons on various topics I’m curious about.
Thank you again
Thank you for your message, Mongi. We will have many more vocabulary words for you to learn soon, Mongi. 🙂
I am happy to have you as my teacher!
Your methodology is wonderful. I can pronounce a sentence after the video and repeat more than 3 times and get used of it. It is really helpful.
Thank you for investing all this hard work in our class, Albertine. I’m glad it’s paying off. 🙂
Tomorrow I am going to fish in the lake near my house. This is one of my hobbies. I’ll have brought some fishes to my house tomorrow afternoon. And my family will have enjoyed our favorite food on Sunday.
I have been married twice. I hope this last one is my last marriage. When someone gets married I will have been the first to congratulate them.
I my new business the effort is very important in order to see or get the results we are looking for as soon as possible.
Nelson, good job. Correction: fish, not fishes, ; In my new business, putting in (or investing) significant effort is very important…
Hello everyone, I read these three dialogues with my high voice three times.
Well done, Med. I’m glad you’re practicing with the dialogues. 🙂
Hello.I’m Danijela from Serbia.
Roger and Barry are talking about pastimes. Barry don’t have hobbies.
Roger have one hobbies that is photography.
Bonnie and Janice are talking about their friends Poul and Susan whu will have get married soon and they will go to Hawaii for their honeymoon.
Debbie is learning French but he wants to give up. He thinks that he has put in a lot of effort, but he can’t speak French well. Hellen suggests that he not to give up but to practice dialogue together.
Very useful lesson I enjoyed learning English.
Thank you very much Maestro Sersea.
Hello. This is Wilber from Nicaragua.
These were new words end expressions for me:
It’s a lot of fun.
to set a date
Thank you very much for the lesson.
We have learned new vocabulary and its pronunciation: Words, phrasal verbs, and new expressions Which let us building sentences. These are, for exemple, spare time, just think…, I try and try and give up.
Thanks a lot, Maestro.
Hello teacher! In these lesson I have learned some new words as follow s: spare time , give up , don’t give up, pastime, to set a date, As well as these lessons are very useful. I practiced dialogues. Thank you very much Maestro Sersea!
Keep up the good work, Eta! 🙂
Thank you very much once again Maestro Sersea!
I watched ” American English Conversations” 2 of 12 videos .These videos are very very much effective and useful to improve my English Language, Thank you so very much .
I’m glad you’re making progress, Humera. 🙂
It is great to read and listen these lessons, every week lessons I learn more and more English, thank you very much.
I learned somme new words today again.
Thanks a lot!
Merci pour la leçon, chaque jour que j’ouvre la leçon j’apprends des nouvelles choses.
Good evening, l’m really happy to practice with these conversations, and Every day step by step i improve New words. Thank you so much teacher
Reading dialogues, making dialogues – those are very helpful to learn language.
Thanks for teaching us by this important lesson..
I am Samir kumar Malviya from India, In these lessons dialogue 28, 29 and 30 I have learned to talk about pastimes, weddings and efforts. I learned new words and also the way to structure the sentences. This is really helpful for us
Thanks & Regards
Samir kumar Malviya
in my spare time, I would like to study English or watch some English notes on youtube. as I am a fossy person I clean my home every day so I manage my time for it.
one of my best friends had invited me to her party and she prepared everything to make an enjoyable party for herself and her family both. unfortunately, by emerge of covid her plan was completely ruined and she had to cancel everything. I tried to support her and made a new plan and finally she got married.
I study English every day and put all my effort into it.