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How to speak on 'Chess' | Chess Dialogues

“Would you like to play chess?”

“Yes, I would.”

“Clear the chessboard.”


“Can you set up the pieces?”

“I have already set them up.”

“Which colour will you choose, black or white?”


“Do you know the game rules?”

“Yes, I do.”

“What are the names of these two pieces?”

“The king and the queen.”

“Is the king on the left or on the right?”

“It’s on the right.”

“What chess pieces are these?”

“Black pawns and white pawns.”

“How many pawns do you have?”


“Is this a horse?”

“In informal English, yes.”

“What is it called informal English?”

“A knight.”

“What is the name of this piece?”

“A castle in informal English.”

“What is its formal name?”

“A rook.”

“What is this chess piece called?”

“A bishop.”

“How many chess pieces does each player have?”


“How many pieces are there in total in a chess set?”


“How many squares are there on a chessboard?”


“How many players take part in a game?”


“What is the purpose of the game?”

“To checkmate the opponent.”

“Who moves first?”


“How do you start the game?”

“I can move my pawn or knight.”

“How does the pawn move?”

“At the start, one or two squares forward.”

“How does the knight move?”

“In an L shape in any direction.”

“Can the castle capture the pawn?”

“Yes, it can.”

“You have lost the queen!”

“No, I have sacrificed it to win the game!”

“Which enemy pieces can you kill?”

“Any, except for the king.”

“How can I checkmate the king?”

“Put it under attack.”

“Do I have to announce check and mate’?”

“You don’t have to say that to win.”

“Do you like playing chess?”

“Yes, I do. I’m quite a good player.”

“Is chess a popular game?’

“Yes, chess is played all over the world.”

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