This is a conversation between a young woman taveller, and a librarian, aimed at helping speakers of other languages learn English. He gives directions to local facilities and events.
These are original conversations dealing with common situations you might encounter as a visitor to an English-speaking country.
They’re aimed at helping you to learn to use everyday spoken English.
I hope they help.
Below is a typical conversation, using everyday English, in what we in New Zealand call ‘dairy’. An indecisive man is buying milk. And bread.
This is a conversation between a young student and an older family member. The student has just started University in Auckland, New Zealand.
Here a tourist asks a local ( person ) for directions to a bus-station. The local tells her about two bus stations, one which services inner-city patrons, and the other which services inter-city patrons.