English Dialogues

Improve your English oral comprehension with fun dialogues which help you put into practise all the new things you have learnt such as vocabulary and expressions. With Lingualia’s English dialogues and audios, not only are you learning real-life uses of the language, but you are also familiarising yourself with English sounds and improving your pronunciation.


Example of an English dialogue:


Speak English like a native

Many people who study English focus on complicated structures and forms, and while most learn how to construct sentences in English , they don’t learn how to speak it fluently.
For this reason, many language students will pause to think and construct sentences at they go, translating from their native language into English . You can avoid this by learning in context, using common phrases in real-life situation.

Improve your listening skills

Hearing dialogues in English gets us used to certain set phrases, structures, and sounds honing our listening skills little by little.
At Lingualia, we know that strict linguistic components are the only important part of listening exercises, there are many more factors which we can learn to improve our understanding. This is why, all of our dialogues are focussed towards a practical use with examples of real-life situations.

Lingualia Dialogues

If your goal is to speak English fluently and express yourself in a natural way, it is imperative to listen to conversations in which you will come across different types of structures and vocabulary.

Not understanding what English speakers are saying, and not being able to take part in a conversation are probably two of the most frustrating situations which students of English will find themselves in.

At Lingualia, we focus on the practical elements of conversations, from a communicative point of view and with the aim of improving your listening skills and learning to speak English fluently, with confidence.

Sign up now and learn to speak English with more than 200 different dialogues based on realistic conversations between natives.