Dialog bahasa Inggris tentang Hobby
Arya : Hi Erna, why do you collect many stamps?
Erna : Ohh…. Hi Arya. I am collecting the stamps for my collection.
Arya : What do you mean?
Erna : Yes, actually my hobby is collecting stamps.
Arya : Why do you like collecting stamps?
Erna : Because I like to see the unique pictures of the stamps. How about you, what is your hobby?
Arya : Hmm… I think I don’t have hobby. Should we have a hobby?
Erna : Not really. But in our lives we must have something we like most which is called hobby.
Arya : So, hobby is a pleasure. Then, I think I have a hobby now.
Erna : Of course, so what is your hobby?
Arya : I like to read comics especially detective Conan.
Erna : That is your hobby. Reading comic. Do you have all of detective Conan’s collection?
Arya : Yes, I do. I even go to the black market because the original comics have not yet been published. How about your stamps collection?
Erna : So far I have collected stamps from some countries but I still should find other stamps
Arya : Do you need much money for your hobby ?
Erna : Yes of course I need much money because I order the stamps so it costs little bit expensive.
Arya : Wow…. Your hobby is expensive.
Erna : Yeah but I like to do it.
Arya : Okay good luck with your hobby.
Erna : Thank you.Dialog Bahasa Inggris di Perpustakaan
STUDENT : I want to return these four books.COUNTER CLERK : But two of these were due on Monday. You're late by three days. I'm afraid you'll have to pay the fine.STUDENT : Oh yes, I know that. But ... I was sick and have not been able to come to college these four days. You condone the delay under special circumstances, don't you? And my sickness is a special circumstance, isn't it?COUNTER CLERK : Yes, it is. But you should talk to the librarian. My duty is just to charge the fine if it is due according to the rules.STUDENT : Very well, I'll see the librarian. Meanwhile, please issue me with these two books. Oh, wait a minute. I want another book too. Let me go to the racks and find out that one also.
Dialog Bahasa Inggris di PasarCOUNTER CLERK : OK, I'll wait and lend you all the three together.STUDENT (later) : Here's the book I wanted. Now please issue them.COUNTER CLERK : Would you sign here, please? And here also?STUDENT : Oh, I want to point out something. In this book, one page is missing. It's page 231. You can have a look.COUNTER CLERK : My,* somebody has torn it away! How callous! ... I must stamp page 230 to indicate that page 231 has been torn out.STUDENT : Is this necessary?COUNTER CLERK : Yes, very necessary. Otherwise this may be blamed on you, or the next borrower after you.STUDENT : Thanks very much.COUNTER CLERK : That's all right.
JANAKI : (to her husband Surendra). Why don't we come to the market more often?
SURENDRA : I don't find it a very enjoyable place.
JANAKI : But I do. I want to come here every day.
SURENDRA : Come here every day, then. Who stops you? You have nothing better to do . . .
JANAKI : Now, don't shout, dear. I didn't say I will come here every day; I said I wantto come here.
SURENDRA : Let's not argue any more. Let's quickly do the shopping and go home. The children must be getting impatient.
JANAKI : OK, here's the shopping list. We'll first buy toiletries and groceries and then go to the vegetable stall.
SURENDRA : That's right. Let's go to the department store next door.
SHOP ASSISTANT : What can I do for you, madam?
JANAKI : We're new to this store and we don't know where things are. Can you tell us where the groceries are? And the toiletries?
SHOP ASSISTANT : For the groceries turn right, madam, and then walk straight on until you come to the end of the corridor. And for the toiletries, just turn left and you walk right into them.
JANAKI : Thanks.
SURENDRA : I want these 15 items. Please make me the bill quickly.
COUNTER CLERK : I'll take only a minute, sir. Here's the bill.
JANAKI : Most of the vegetables I wanted to buy are stale. Some of them are even rotten. You should've thrown them away.
COUNTER CLERK : Sorry, madam. In fact, yesterday the wholesale market was closed, and so we couldn't bring in fresh supplies.
JANAKI : But that doesn't mean you should sell rotten vegetables.
COUNTER CLERK : Sorry, madam.
JANAKI : I won't come to this place again.
SURENDRA : Not until next week! Bye!