American English Conversations 1 – Dialogues 25-27

Here are dialogues 25-27 to help English Learners improve basic English pronunciation, communication, and comprehension skills. These dialogues are based on everyday American English conversation topics and greatly help Beginning-Level English Learners increase their English skills. Don’t forget to share your constructive comments in the comments section below.

American English Conversations 1 – Dialogues 22-24

Practicing basic English dialogues is easy with our American English Conversations 1 – Dialogues 22-24. Enjoy the 3 dialogues in the video below and make sure to pay close attention to improve your English pronunciation, comprehension, and communication skills. Don’t forget to share what you’ve learned with other English Learners here by writing in the Read More …

American English Conversations 1 – Dialogues 7-9

Here are three more dialogues in the English language for English Learners to read, pronounce, and learn from. English Learners are encouraged to carefully watch and follow along with the video below by reading and pronouncing clearly. Once finished with the video, you’re encouraged to share your thoughts about these dialogues via the comments section Read More …

American English Conversations 1: Dialogues 4-6

Here are Dialogues 4-6 of American English Conversations 1. English Learners everywhere can benefit from this activity by reading and pronouncing together with our video below. Studying dialogues can help improve both English comprehension as well as communication skills. Once you finish viewing the video, share with us below what you have learned via the Read More …

American English Conversations 1: Dialogues 1-3

Here are dialogues 1-3 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: