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How to speak on 'Reading a Book' | Reading Book Dialogues

“Pick a book on the shelf.”

“I’ve picked one.”

“Place the book on the table.”

“I’ve placed it there.”

“Open the book.”

“I’ve opened it in the middle.”

“Let us find some pictures.”

“There are none.”

“The text size is too small.”

“Use the magnifier.”

“Read the book.”

“I can’t see the text.”

“Try to read this book.”

“Okay, bring it to me.”

“Can you see the text?”

“Yes, but this is not the English language.”

“Is this book in English?”

“Yes.”

“Will you read me this book?”

“Yes. Open it at page one.”

“Is this the first page?”

“No. Turn the page.”

“Listen. I’m starting to read.”

“I’m listening.”

“Why are you not listening?”

“The book is boring.”

“Shall I stop reading?”

“Yeah, stop it.”

“Shut the book.”

“I’ve shut it.”

“Place the book back on the shelf.”

“No problem.”

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