Lesson 1.11.3 – American English Lessons With Maestro Sersea

Welcome to Year 1, Week 11, Lesson 1.11.3. Today we will work on your English conversation and reading skills. We begin dialogues 1-3 from our English course, American English Conversations 2. 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.

  1. Dialogue 1: Greetings (Dialogue A and B)
  • A. (Acquaintances)
  • Matt:        Good morning
  • Maxine:   Good morning. How are you today?
  • Matt:        Just fine, thanks. How are you?
  • Maxine: Wonderful. Things couldn’t be better.

2. Dialogue 1: Greetings (Dialogue C)

  • B. (Good Friends)
  • Dotty:       Hi. What’s up?
  • Vivian:     Nothing much. What’s new with you?
  • Dotty:       Not too much. I’ve been pretty busy.
  • Vivian:     Me too. Seems like all I do is eat and      sleep.
  • Dotty:       Gotta go. Call me tonight.
  • Vivian:     Okay. Check you later.

3. Dialogue 2: Early in the Morning

  • Gene:      It’s time to get up!
  • Ed:   I just went to bed!
  • Gene:      You shouldn’t have stayed up so late watching TV. I told you we had to get an early start.
  • Ed:   I know, but that movie was just too good to leave. I guess I’ll just have to pay the price and         be sleepy.
  • Gene:      Do you want to eat breakfast here?
  • Ed:   No. Why don’t we just grab a bite at the coffee shop next door?
  • Gene:      Okay by me.

4. Dialogue 3: Daily Needs

  • Judith:    This is the last of the milk.
  • Mother: I know. I intend to go to the store today.
  • Judith:    Would you get some of that new cereal we saw advertised on TV?
  • Mother: Which one?
  • Judith:    You know the one with the silly ad about how vitamins jump up and down.
  • Mother: Oh, you mean “KIKIES”?
  • Judith:    Yeah. That’s the one.
  • Mother: Well, I’ll see. Sometimes the stores don’t have some of the new kinds of cereal.

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.

25 thoughts on “Lesson 1.11.3 – American English Lessons With Maestro Sersea

  1. Good morning Maestro Sersea.
    I apreciate this practice and the opportunity to reapet the dialogs to practice my pronunciation and intonation.
    Thank you so much.

  2. Mongi


    Good afternoon

    Thank you for the great lesson

    I always enjoyed reading aloud after you while you repeat each dialogue three times.

    Of course, repeating after the teacher is the best way to learn pronounce English words correctly and easily. To train my mouth and have a good habit to read in english correctly I tried to reread the dialogues by myself and found that’s fantastic to speak English to himself.


  3. Hello,
    I appreciate these dialogues, they are really helpful in every erea.
    To read along and pronounce together with the video, helped me to improve my comprehension and communication skills. I have learned new vocabularies, how to formulate a dialogue between 2 people, and I am very happy for that.
    Thank you

  4. Hello
    I heard listened repeated and wrote all the sentences to train my mouth and my hand for practicing my English well

  5. Hello. I’m Danijela from Serbia.
    I’ve been practicing this video a few time and I’ve improved my pronunciation, vocabulary, reading and comprehension.
    Thank you very much Maestro Sersea.

  6. Thanks for this good practice.

    I recorded myself and the most difficult sentence for me was Well, I’ll see. Sometimes the stores don’t have some of the new kinds of cereal.. Specifically, I had pronunciation problems with the word STORE within the sentence.

    Wilber from Nicaragua.

  7. Hello everyone
    I’ve really felt improve my English skill with this new lesson. The three dialogues help us a lot with new vocabulary and expression like phrasal verb including its pronuntiation.
    Really very helpful. Thank you very much maestro.

  8. Hello teacher! In this lesson I have learned few new words which to help me to can increase communication and understanding skills. Also I have heard carefully each dialog and I have practiced during each dialog. Thank you so much Maestro Sersea! I wish you all the best!

  9. Hello!
    I’m Verónica

    I am very grateful for the help you are giving us in allowing us to be part of this group to learn English, which I am getting closer to achieving my goal.

    Thank you very much Maestro Sersea

  10. Hello every body. I am Very proud of These listening comprehension text. They help me to improve my pronunciation,intonation and acquired new vocabs.I have also learned differents type of greeting.
    Thanks a lot Maestro.

  11. Hi! I got to know diiferent dialogues to be spoken at different situations. Glad to know very common dialogue phrase like “check you later,” and “gotta go”

  12. Hello Sir,
    I have learn plenty words today again.
    I’m trying more to pronounce better than i did before.
    So, thank you for the pronounciation lessons. That will help us to speak fluent English.

  13. Thank you so much for all these things. These all help us very much and I think, I am improving…

  14. 4 diffrent dialougs in diffrent situations. it was amazing to kow how use some phrases like NOT TOO MUCH/ SEEMS LIKE ALL I DO EAT AND SLEEP/ GOTTA GO/ STAY UP LATE/ GET AN EARLY START/ GRAB A BIT AT THE COFFE.

  15. Hello!
    Today I learnt that three types of conversations. I read them out loud and I did them again and again. I thought that I will improve my conversations more than now. Thank you so much.

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