Dialogue for children

Ju

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Could anyone suggest links where I can find some daily dialogue for children to practise?

I think of some as follow.

This is my book.
Where is my mother.
My mother is over there.
Which one do you like better.
I like this one better.
May I have some breads, please?
Thank you.
You are welcome.
There are boys and girls in school.
I like orange juice.
I don't like orange juice.

Thanks.
 

Charlie Bernstein

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Could anyone suggest links where I can find some daily dialogue for children to practi​ce?

I'm thinking of some like the following:

This is my book.
Where is my mother?
My mother is over there.
Which one do you like better?
I like this one better.
May I have some bread, please?
Thank you.
You're welcome.
There are boys and girls in school.
I like orange juice.
I don't like orange juice.

Thanks.

If you Google ESL dialogue for children you'll find a lot.

Reading books aloud is a good approach. For children under eight, try books by writers like Dr. Seuss and A.A. Milne. And you can Google books for different age groups.
 

Tarheel

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Ju, I like composing rhymes. Try these:

Where is my book?
You left it in the nook.
Go take a look.

Where is my mother?
She is with your brother.

May I have some bread?
Wouldn't you like a cracker instead?

There are girls and boys in school.
The boys make more noise as a rule.

:-D
 
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