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How to speak on 'Playing Cards' | Playing Cards Dialogues


“Can you play cards?”

“No, I can’t.”

“Shall I teach you to play cards?”

“No, I don’t like gambling.”

“Do you like building houses of cards?”

“Yes, I do. I have just built one.”

“Why are the cards scattered?”

“The house has been destroyed by wind.”

“Collect the deck of cards.”

“I’ve collected it.”

“Layout the cards on the table.”

“I’m laying them out.”

“How many cards are in a deck?”

“Fifty-two.”

“How many cards are in a suit?”

“Thirteen.”


“How many suits are in a deck of cards?”

“Four.”

“What card is on the left?”

“That is the two of hearts.”

“What card is on the right?”

“That is the three of diamonds.”

“What card is at the top?”

“The four of spades.”

“What card is the second from the right?”

“The five of diamonds.”

“What is the name of the nearest card?

“The six of clubs.”

“What is the card on the left?”

“The seven of spades.”

“What card is at the top?”

“The eight of hearts.”

“What card is the third from the left?

“The nine of clubs.”

“What is the name of the farthest card?”

“The ten of hearts.”

“What kind of cards are these?”

“These are face cards of the same suit.”

“What is the name of this card?”

“The jack of diamonds.”

“What card is in the centre?”

“The queen of spades.”

“Which is the king of clubs?”

“The second from the right.”

“What card is at the top?”

“The ace of diamonds.”

“Can you shuffle the cards?”

“Sure.”

“Will you teach me how to play cards?”

“Another time.”

“Can you show a card trick?”

“Yes, I can. Watch my hands!”

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