Lesson 1.19.3 – American English Lessons With Maestro Sersea

Welcome to Year 1, Week 19, Lesson 1.19.3. Today we will work on your English conversation and reading skills. We begin dialogues 25-27 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.

Dialogue 25 – Making Plans

  • Alice:       When shall we meet?
  • Sofia:      You mean to talk about the party?
  • Alice:       Right. We really need to plan the party better this time. Remember what a mess it was at      the last party?
  • Sofia:      I sure do. I hope we’ll do much more planning this time.
  • Alice:       Well, that’s why we’re going to meet tomorrow at my house. How does 7:30 sound to you?
  • Sofia:      Fine by me. I’ll call Jan and Judy. We’ll see you tomorrow.

Dialogue 26 – Neighborhood Problem

  • Wife:                  We’ve got to do something about the neighbor’s dog!
  • Husband: Why? Has he been into your flower garden again?
  • Wife:                  The flower garden, the garbage can, and yesterday he started digging holes in the                          yard!
  • Husband: Did you talk to Mrs. Gorham about it?
  • Wife:                  You know how she is. All sweetness and light to your face but then she never does                            anything. They should either keep that animal in the house or tied up!
  • Husband: I’ll talk to Hank about it tonight. He usually listens.
  • Wife:                  We need more than listening, dear. We need action!

Dialogue 27 – Car Theft

  • Byron:      Did you hear about what happened to Howard?
  • Vance:      No, what?
  • Byron:      Someone stole his car!
  • Vance:      Really? When did it happen?
  • Byron:      Last night. He left it parked in front of his girl friend’s house and when he came out to go        home, it was gone.
  • Vance:      Wow! That’s really tough. He just bought it last month, didn’t he?
  • Byron:      Uh-huh. Fortunately, he’s got insurance and the police think they already have a good lead.
  • Vance:      Well, I certainly wish him luck.

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.

10 thoughts on “Lesson 1.19.3 – American English Lessons With Maestro Sersea”

  1. I read more than three times and i found my reading and listening becoming good with your attitude in teaching i appreciate your efforts sir

  2. Hello. I’m Danijela.
    I was reading these dialogues several times ,and I improved my reading, vocabulary and pronunciation.
    Very useful lesson.
    Thank you very much Maestro Sersea.

  3. Good morning.
    This was a really good English conversation. I was able to understand the conversation after listen many times the record and pay attention on pronunciation of new words.
    Thanks a lot.
    Nelson

    1. Hello maestro, it was useful these conversations, i listeaning and Reading two Times, for now i’m able to hear and to read apart a difficult words
      Thank for your effort

  4. Hi everyone
    Now I see. Talking about expression, There are a lot of difference between Brittish English and American English. Not only pronunciation. I think is more difficult the american English.
    Thank you Maestro, this was good.

  5. Hello!

    I got new expressions today.

    – How does 7:30 sound to you?
    – We need more than listening, we need action.
    – He’s got insurance and the police think they already have a good lead.

    Thank you very much Teacher.

  6. Good evening,

    This lesson was a good English trainig, I learned some new expressions:
    > How does 7:30 sound to you?
    > Fine by me.
    And the word lead, the translation alone of this word has different meaning than when translating it with the complete sentence.

    Thank you Maestro, blessings

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