ESL Conversation Activities and Dialogues

Teaching conversation to ESL students requires good materials that can give students something to talk about. The printable ESL dialogues  below all include highlighted vocabulary words, discussion questions, and a sentence pattern. Scroll down for some more useful ESL conversation activities. Great for both one-on-one classes and larger ESL classes of all levels!

Beginner Dialogues

Low-Intermediate

Dialogues

High-Intermediate Dialogues              

Save or Spend

Whining Wendy Graduation!                       

Let's Go Fly a Kite!

Slingshot Tattoo Tad

I'm Bored!

Earthquake! Go Fly a Kite!

My Secret

Litter Bug Two Muffins
Paper Airplanes! Make a Bet Superstitious Susan

Taken from the book
All in All: Book 1

All in All - Book 1


 
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All in All: Book 2

All in All - Book 2

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All in All: Book 3

All in All - Book 3

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Additional Resources for Teaching ESL Conversation and Speaking:

Our printable ESL lessons for adults include reading passages along with discussion and conversation questions. Great for adult students of all levels!

 

There are also many useful speaking/conversation activities on our ESL games page. Below is a sampling of some of the best activities involving speaking:

 

ESL Conversation Activities: Cardhead - Guess the name on your card using Yes/No questions. All Levels.

 

ESL Conversation Activities: The Symbol Game - A great icebreaker game for new classes! All Levels.

 

ESL Conversation Activities: Circle Memory Sentences - Students must remember all of the sentences said before his/her turn. Great for killing time at the end of class or reviewing vocabulary words at the beginning of class. All Levels.

 

ESL Conversation Activities: The Question Game - You read the answer, and students must come up with the correct question! All Levels.

 

ESL Conversation Activities: Tag Question Game - Fun and simple review activity to practice using tag questions like "...do you?" or "...can we?". All Levels.

 

ESL Conversation Activities: I've Never - A great game for practicing the Present Perfect Tense. Think of things that you have never done, but everyone else has done! Intermediate / Advanced.

 

ESL Conversation Activities: The Lying Game - Students take turns coming up with lies about themselves, and their classmates must guess which statements are true, and which are the lies! Intermediate / Advanced.

 

ESL Conversation Activities: Conversation Cards - Students answer the questions on the cards, or they can take turns saying one word each until the question is answered. Intermediate / Advanced

 

 

 

 

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