Hello and Goodbye
Cindy says good morning, good afternoon, and good evening.
Two women greet each other.
A boss and a worker say good morning.
A professor and student say good morning.
A young boy says hello to the principal.
A young woman says hello to a former professor.
A teacher introduces herself to the class
A new teacher introduces herself to another teacher.
A young woman meets a client at the airport.
A young boy greets his friend's family.
A young woman introduces her boyfriend to her relatives.
A grandmother offers the children cookies.
A grandmother offers her grandchildren fruit.
A girl ask her grandmother for an apple.
A little girl asks her grandmother many questions.
Me and My Family
A mother talks about her job and her family.
A grandmother talks about her former job and her grandchildren.
A grandfather talks about his former job and his grandchildren.
A grandmother asks a policewoman for help.
A young woman talks about the things she likes.
A man talks about his day.
A little girl tells her mother that she is hungry
A young woman tells about her first job.
A young woman tells about life as a student.
A woman tells a friend about her nephews visit
A woman is shopping for a sweater.
A thirsty man in the desert wants water.
The parents buy gifts to take home.
A New Dress
A little girl asks many questions.
The Thomas' talk about what to pack for their vacation.
A couple checks into the hotel.
Debbie and Diane find a room in a pension.
A woman tells a co-worker about her new summer house.
The conversations section is one of the most important. These dialogs are like a comic strip: animated cartoon people talk to each other one sentence at a time. Start by learning to say "Hello", and then progress to topics that are more complicated. You can stop, go back, and record your own voice. The child can hear typical interactions between children, teachers, parents, grandparents, and other adults.