You can practice your English conversation here.
You can actually participate in these conversations by silencing one side of the conversation. In this way, you can join the conversation. It's a great way to practice, and a great way to improve your fluency. And, it's free! So what are you waiting for?
Just click on a conversation in the list on the right. Then, click the play button.
You will hear both sides of the conversation. When you are ready to practice, click one of the 'mute' buttons to silence one side of the conversation. Click play and get ready to talk!
If you need more time to speak, adjust the slider.
You can also pause after each part of the conversation by clicking the pause checkbox. Click the play button after you have finished speaking your part to hear the next part of the conversation.
The more you practice, the better your English. So make it part of your daily routine. Have fun.
Saying your profession
Professions require the article 'a' or 'an'. The word 'an' is used
if the following word starts with a vowel sound.
I am a doctor. I'm an engineer. She is a nurse. He is a dentist. He's an architect.
Forming questions in English
For most verbs, questions are formed by adding the word 'do' or 'does' to the start of
the question or after a question word such as: why, where, when, what, which, how
Do you live in the USA? Where do you live? What do you do? Where does he work?
How does she travel to work? Does she like living here?
For 'he', 'she', 'it', a person or thing, use the word 'does'. (Singular - doeS).
For pronouns 'I', 'you', 'we', 'they' and people and things, use the word 'do'. (Plural with the exception of 'I'). Also note that the pronoun 'you' is always plural in English. There is no singular form.
When using 'do' or 'does' the verb is not conjugated. (Do not add an 's' to the singular forms).