Today, I am going to discuss about conversation between teacher and student in English; through this conversation topic, you can learn how to communicate to teacher in English.
If you want to learn good English, you should start communicate in English to your friends and strangers. While doing it, you can improve your English speaking fluency easily.
I hope that you will follow my instructions for learning good English; let’s start reading conversation between teacher and student in English
Teacher : Your name, dear?
Student : Vikas Maurya.
Teacher : Hi. I am Chaturvedi. What are you, Mr Maurya?
Student : I am doing an M.B.A. from this college.
Teacher : Vikash, what do you think about making waves in sports?
Student : It’s too bad, sir!
Teacher : Why? What happened?
Student : That terror carnage….. In Mumbai.
Teacher : Oh that? Yes of course, that was too horrible. So many innocent lives were lost and the nation watched on helplessly.
Student : Not only that, that also upset the India-England cricket series. Tourists have started avoiding India.
Teacher : Really! The last two ODI’s had to be cancelled.
Student : Ironically then when India was on a wining spree. We could well have clinched the series 7-0.
Teacher : Hopefully! And then there was such confusion over the test series too. Actually the English players had got scared.
Student : That was but natural. Thank god the authorities finally managed to salvage it… by changing the venues of both the test.
Teacher : And the series could start at Chennai. Sports I’d say are coming alive gradually. A good sign for the youth isn’t it.
Student : Absolutely! And you know? Last week the football legend Diego Maradona was also in India.
Teacher : Oh yes, I watched on T.V. The Argentine soccer star had visited Kolkata the soccer capital of India.
Student : Did you see, sir how he turned the entire Kolkata crazy?
Teacher : That was indeed unbelievable. More than 50,000 crazy fans spent a sleepless night at the airport.
Student : And around 80,000 turned up at the Salt Lake stadium at the time of his felicitation.
Teacher : Actually Maradona himself was spell-bound. He had never expected such a warm welcome.
Student : Very true! A deeply touched Maradona overflowed in Bangla and said, “Bharat amaar desh, Kolkata ke ami bhalo bashi.”
Teacher : And think of it, he came too at a time when the world was shunning it…. for security reason. I really love his spirit.
Student : That’s the sportsman’s sprit! And you know? There’s been another good news of Indian sports from golf.
Teacher : Well, I don’t know about golf. But yes I have heard Jeev Milkha Singh’s name. Is this about him?
Student : Damn right! Jeev has won the Nippon Series Golf title.
Teacher : Wow, that’s wonderful! He must be India’s top golfer.
Student : Without a doubt! In fact he had won the title in 2006 too. And in this session, it is his fourth title.
Teacher : Amazing! It feels great to see India making waves in so many sports other then cricket.
Student : So, shall we now hope…. India regains it’s lost glory in hockey too? Okay come on, let’s pray.
How did you feel by reading this interesting and useful conversation between teacher and student; if you read it carefully, you can use it in your English speaking skills.
Always keep on learning English with confidence by Pradeep Sir.