ingilizce diyaloglar

On The Telephone



Read the text below, paying close attention to the words in blue.

Daisy : Hello.
John : Hi. Is Lucy there?
Daisy : Just a minute. I'll check.... No, she's not here. She's out.
John : Could you ask her to call John?
Daisy : Yes, what's your number?
John : 555-6423. Thanks. Bye!

check kontrol etmek
out dışarıda
ask rica etmek



Volleyball Lesson



Read the text below, paying close attention to the words in blue.

Jack : First, the other team serves the ball to our team.
Lucy : When do I hit the ball?
Jack : Wait until the ball comes into your area.
Lucy : Do I have to hit the ball over the net?
Jack : You can pass the ball to someone on your team or hit it over the net.
Lucy : I'm ready. Let's play!


serve servis vuruşu yapmak
hit the ball topu vurmak
area alan, yer
pass the ball topu geçirmek


The Interview



Read the text below, paying close attention to the words in blue.

Mr. Lennon : Do you have experience as a computer programmer?
Alan : Yes, I worked as a programmer for PGM Software Company.
Mr. Lennon : How long did you work there?
Alan : I started 3 years ago. I am still working there.
Mr. Lennon : Why do you want to leave PGM?
Alan : Your company offers a higher salary and more chances for promotion.




experience tecrübe
ago önce
software yazılım (Bilgisayar için program)
salary maaş
chance fırsat, şans, olasılık


The Hot Weather



Read the text below, paying close attention to the words in blue.

Dave : What a heat wave we're having!
Tina : Yes, I was burning up on my way to work this morning.
Dave : I heard that some rivers are drying up.
Tina : And the farmers don't like this dry spell.
Dave : Maybe it will rain cats and dogs tomorrow.
Tina : And maybe it will cool down, too.


heat wave Period of hot weather. (Sıcak hava akımı)
drying up Becoming dry or without water. (kuraklaşma)
rain cats and dogs Rain heavily. (Bardaktan boşalırcasına yağmur yağmak.)

Lunch On Campus



Read the text below, paying close attention to the words in blue.

Tom : After school, what are you doing for lunch?
Roger : I'm going to the cafeteria.
Tom : I can't stand cafeteria food. I'm going to the food court.
Roger : But the food at the food court is more expensive.
Tom : Yes, it is. But it's worth it.
Roger : After I graduate, I'll be able to afford to eat anyplace I want!




What are you doing for lunch? Öğle yemeği için ne planlıyorsun?
I can't stand Katlanamam. Hiç sevmem.
Worth (yapmaya) değer.
Graduate mezun olmak


That sounds good


Read the text below, paying close attention to the words in blue.

Waiter : Are you ready to order?
Paula : I have a question. Could you tell me about the lasagna?
Waiter : Our lasagna has 6 layers of broad noodles with tomato sauce and cheese.
Paula : Hmm. I don't know. What about the pasta primavera?
Waiter : Our pasta primavera has fresh vegetables mixed with pasta and served with olive oil.
Paula : Mmm! That sounds good. I'll have the pasta primavera.



broad Wide. (Geniş)
fresh Food that has been recently made or taken from a garden; not old. (Taze)
served Put on a dish for a person to eat. (Servis etmek)


On The Train



Read the text below, paying close attention to the words in blue.

Tom : This is the first time I've taken a train.
Jill : I commute on this train every day.
Tom : Then you know a lot about trains. Who is that man in the black uniform?
Jill : He's the conductor.
Tom : What does he do?
Jill : He checks ticketsand helpspassengers.




take a train bir trene binmek
commute gidip gelmek
conductor kondüktor, trende bilet kontrolü yapan görevli
ticket bilet
passanger yolcu


The Whole Story


Read the text below, paying close attention to the words in blue.

Ellen : Hello? Mom?
Mom : Ellen, how are you? Can you hang on for just a minute? Your father is on the other line.
Ellen : Well I have something very important I have been meaning to tell you.
Mom : You are marrying Bill!?! Your father will be tickled. Let me tell him. Just a minute.
Ellen : Mom, I, No--
Mom : I'm back. We're so happy for you. Tell me the whole story.
Ellen : Mom, you shouldn't jump to conclusions. I'm not marrying Bill. I called to tell you I am quitting school. It's too boring. I want to express myself. I am going to be a folk singer instead!


Hang on Wait on the telephone. (Telefonda beklemek)
Have been meaning to Have been wanting to do something but not done it. ( Yapmayı aklımdan geçiriyordum.)
The whole story All about the subject. (Konuyla ilgili herşey)

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