Example English Conversation | Cleaning | 90
In this example English conversation, Luke and Emma talk about Luke’s messy room. Although Luke’s room seems messy to Emma, Luke still finds it organized.
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Example English Conversation | Transcript
You are listening to an example English conversation about cleaning with Dialogue Frog. Dude, I mean this in the kindest possible way, but your room is a complete mess.
It is a pigsty.
It is a pigsty. It is, it is very dirty. There's piles of things everywhere.
Hey, I like to call those mountains and they're very special to me. So-
I'm sorry. I did not mean to insult you. Is-
But is this organized to you? Do you know where your stuff is?
I do know where my stuff is. Um, yeah, let's go with that.
So, if I ask you 'can I borrow this book?' You would know where that book is?
Yeah. Except for the problem where I don't read. So, there's that.
You, you just don't have books.
I don't have books.
That makes it an easy answer. The answer is 'no, you can't borrow that book.' So, when was the last time you actually cleaned your room?
Uh, it's been a few months, at least.
Few months. Do you like to clean?
Sometimes. I'll put on music and then kinda go to town.
I can see that. I do that too. So, like sometimes like when you're in the mood to clean or rather, maybe you're procrastinating doing something else, and cleaning kind of helps clear your mind. Um, you can get kind of, you organize your space, you organize yourself and then you kind of get mentally ready to do some other task.
I get that. Alright, well, this has been an example English conversation about cleaning with Dialogue Frog. For transcripts and vocabulary lists, please visit our website at dialoguefrog.com.
Example English Conversation | Word List
let's go with
the last time
put on music
go to town
I can see that.
I get that.