Everyday Spoken English for Kids(2024)

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Everyday Spoken English for Kids(2024)

Everyday Spoken English for Kids

Everyday Spoken English for Kids

English Conversation Between Two Kids on Food

Jenny: Hey Bony, what’s your favorite type of food?

Bony: Oh, that’s a tough one, Jenny! I love so many different kinds of food. But if I had to pick, I’d say pizza is my absolute favorite.

Jenny: Pizza is awesome! Do you have a favorite topping?

Bony: Definitely pepperoni and extra cheese. It’s the classic combo that never gets old. What about you, Jenny?

Jenny: Hmm, tough choice. I think I’d go for tacos. There’s something about the mix of flavors with the meat, veggies, and salsa that I just love.

Bony: Tacos are great! I like loading mine up with guacamole and sour cream. So, do you have a favorite dessert?

Jenny: Oh, that’s an easy one for me. I can never resist chocolate chip cookies, especially when they’re warm and gooey right out of the oven.

Bony: Yum! I’m more of an ice cream person myself. Mint chocolate chip is my go-to flavor. The combination of mint and chocolate is just perfect.

Jenny: Good choice! Ice cream is a close second for me. So, have you ever tried any exotic foods?

Bony: Not really, but I’d love to. I’ve heard about sushi and how it’s popular in other countries. Have you tried any exotic foods?

Jenny: Yeah, I tried sushi once, and it was surprisingly delicious. The combination of rice, fish, and seaweed was something I didn’t expect to like, but now I’m a fan.

Bony: That’s cool! Maybe I’ll give it a try someday. So many different foods to explore!

Jenny: Absolutely, Bony! Food is like a delicious adventure waiting to happen. There’s always something new to discover and enjoy.

Everyday Spoken English for Kids

Anna: What class do you read in?

Eliza: I read in class three.

Anna: What is the name of your school?

Eliza: The name of my school is Saint Marry’s School.

Anna: How many students are there in your school?

Eliza: There are about 300 hundred students in our school.

Anna: How many teachers are there in your school?

Eliza: There are twenty-five teachers in our school.

Anna: Is it a big school?

Eliza:  Yes, it is.

Anna: On what floor is your classroom?

Eliza: My classroom is on the first floor.

Anna: What is the education qualification of your headmaster?

Eliza: Our headmaster is an M.A B.ED.

Anna: Are the teachers qualified?

Eliza: Yes, they are.

Anna: When does your school sit?

Eliza: Our school sits at 10 am every day.

Anna: When does your school break up?

Eliza: Our school breaks up at 4 pm.

Anna: Does your school have a garden?

Eliza: Yes, it does. There is a garden in front of our school.

Anna: Is there a pond in your school?

Eliza: Yes, there is. There is a pond behind our school building.

Anna: How many stories are there in your school building?

Eliza: There are five stories in our school building.

Anna:  When was the school established?

Eliza: The school was established in 1990.

Anna: Where is the school situated?

Eliza: The school is situated at Technology Ave, Blantyre, Glasgow G72 0LH, United Kingdom.

Anna: How far is your school from here?

Eliza: Our school is about two kilometers from here.

Anna: Do you go to your school by bus?

Eliza: No, I go to my school in a private car.

Anna:  Do you have friends in school?

Eliza: Yes, I do.

Anna: How are your classmates?

Eliza: My classmates are very good. We play together in school.

Anna: Does your school have a library?

Eliza: Yes, it does.  The library of our school is very large.

Anna: Is it an old school?

Eliza: Yes, it is.

Anna: How long have you been studying at this school?

Eliza: I have been studying at this school for the last three years.

Anna: Why do you love your school?

Eliza:  The teachers of this school are very friendly and frank.

They take good care of us. They love us very much. So, I love them and my school very much.

Anna: I appreciate your time very much.

Eliza: You are most welcome.

English Conversation Between Two Kids on Birthday

Jenny: Hey Rainy, did you know it’s my birthday next week?

Rainy: Really? That’s awesome, Jenny! Happy early birthday! Any big plans?

Jenny: Thanks, Rainy! Well, my parents are planning a little party at home. We’ll have cake, balloons, and maybe even some games. It’s going to be so much fun!

Rainy: Sounds amazing! What kind of cake are you going to have?

Jenny: I asked for a chocolate and strawberry swirl cake. I couldn’t decide between the two, so my mom said, “Why not both?” Can you believe it?

Rainy: That’s the best solution ever! Chocolate and strawberry are both so delicious. Your mom is a genius.

Jenny: I know, right? And my dad promised to set up a mini treasure hunt in the backyard. I love searching for hidden treasures!

Rainy: Wow, that sounds like a blast! I’m sure all your friends will have a great time. Are you getting any special presents?

Jenny: I’m not sure about the presents yet, but I hope there’s something really cool. Maybe a new board game or some art supplies. What about you? Any birthdays coming up?

Rainy: Not for a few months, but when it’s my turn, I want a day at the amusement park. I love roller coasters and cotton candy!

Jenny: That sounds like so much fun! Maybe we can plan something together when it’s your birthday. Double the celebration!

Rainy: Definitely! I’m already looking forward to your party, Jenny. It’s going to be the best day ever!

Jenny: Thanks, Rainy! I can’t wait to celebrate with all my friends. It’s going to be a birthday to remember!

English Conversation Between Two Kids on Toys

Rony: Hey Jony, have you seen the new superhero action figures at the toy store?

Jony: Oh yeah, Rony! They’re awesome! I saw the Captain Galaxy and Super Thunder ones. They have cool accessories too.

Rony: Totally! I’m thinking of getting Captain Galaxy. His cape is so cool, and he has a laser sword!

Jony: Nice choice! I’m leaning towards Super Thunder. He has this awesome lightning bolt on his chest, and his jetpack looks amazing.

Rony: Yeah, but Captain Galaxy can fly too with his jet boots. It’s going to be epic when we have them battle in the air!

Jony: True! And we can use those mini buildings and cars from the playset to create a whole superhero city. Our action figures can save the day!

Rony: And don’t forget the villains! I saw a new robot villain with interchangeable weapons. It’s like a battle for the fate of the toy universe!

Jony: Oh wow, we definitely need a villain. Maybe we can team up our superheroes to defeat the evil robot and save the city from destruction!

Rony: That sounds like an awesome plan, Jony! Let’s convince our parents to take us to the store and get these new toys. We’ll have the most epic battles in the history of our toy collection!

Jony: Absolutely, Rony! Our superhero team is going to be unbeatable!

Conversation between Mother and Son on Eating a Balanced Diet

Ruby: Jack, I’ve been noticing that your meals lately haven’t been very balanced. It’s important to eat a variety of foods to make sure you’re getting all the nutrients your body needs.

Jack: Oh, come on, Mom. I eat what I like, and I’m not really into all that healthy stuff.

Ruby: I get it, Jack, but eating a balanced diet is crucial for your overall health. It gives you energy, helps your body function properly, and can even improve your mood.

Jack: I guess so, but vegetables just don’t taste as good as pizza or burgers.

Ruby: I understand that you enjoy those foods, and it’s okay to indulge in them occasionally. However, your body also needs nutrients from fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and proteins. Maybe we can find a compromise and include some of your favorite flavors in a more balanced way.

Jack: What do you mean?

Ruby: For example, we could make homemade pizzas with whole grain crust, add plenty of veggies as toppings, and use lean meats. That way, you still get the taste you love, but with added nutritional benefits.

Jack: Huh, I guess that doesn’t sound too bad.

Ruby: And don’t forget about snacks. Instead of reaching for chips or candy, consider grabbing some nuts, yogurt, or fruit. It’s all about making small changes that add up to a healthier lifestyle.

Jack: Yeah, I suppose I could give it a try. But what’s the big deal anyway?

Ruby: Well, a balanced diet helps your body grow and repair itself. It can also prevent health issues in the long run. Plus, you’ll have more energy for activities you enjoy, like playing sports or hanging out with friends.

Jack: Okay, Mom, I’ll try to be more mindful of what I eat. But can we still have pizza sometimes?

Ruby: Absolutely, Jack. It’s all about finding a balance that works for you. Pizza in moderation is perfectly fine, as long as we’re also incorporating those healthier options. Deal?

Jack: Deal! Thanks, Mom.

Conversation between Mother and Daughter on School Lessons

Nicole: Hey Jimy, how was school today? Did you have any interesting lessons?

Jimy: Hey Mom! Yeah, school was good. We had this really cool science experiment today.

Nicole: That sounds exciting! What was the experiment about?

Jimy: We were learning about chemical reactions. We mixed different substances, and it was so cool to see how they changed and reacted with each other.

Nicole: That sounds like a lot of fun! What did you learn from the experiment?

Jimy: Well, we learned about the different types of reactions, like synthesis and decomposition. It was interesting to see how the substances transformed into something completely different.

Nicole: Wow, that’s fascinating! I always enjoyed chemistry when I was in school. Did you understand everything the teacher explained?

Jimy: Yeah, most of it. The teacher did a great job explaining, and we also had group activities to reinforce what we learned. It made it easier to grasp the concepts.

Nicole: Teamwork always helps! Anything else interesting in your other classes?

Jimy: In math, we started a new chapter on geometry. It’s a bit challenging, but I like it. We’re learning about angles, shapes, and all that stuff.

Nicole: Geometry can be tricky, but I’m sure you’ll do great. If you ever need help, don’t hesitate to ask me or your teacher.

Jimy: Thanks, Mom! Oh, and in English class, we’re reading a new novel. It’s about this amazing adventure, and I can’t wait to see how it unfolds.

Nicole: I love a good adventure story! What’s the name of the novel?

Jimy: It’s called “The Lost Expedition.” It’s about a group of explorers searching for a hidden treasure in the Amazon rainforest. The characters are so interesting!

Nicole: That sounds like a captivating read. Let me know how it progresses. Did you have any concerns or questions about your lessons?

Jimy: Not really, everything’s going well so far. But, I’ll let you know if I need any help with homework or if something comes up.

Nicole: Sounds good, sweetheart. I’m always here to support you. Keep up the good work in school!

Jimy: Thanks, Mom! I’ll do my best.

Conversation between Father and Son on sports

David: Hey Robin, how was your day at school?

Robin: It was good, Dad. You know, I’ve been thinking about joining the school’s soccer team.

David: Soccer, huh? That sounds like a great idea! Why the sudden interest in soccer?

Robin: Well, a lot of my friends are on the team, and they seem to have a blast playing together. Plus, I’ve been watching some matches on TV, and it looks like a lot of fun.

David: That’s awesome, son! Soccer is a fantastic sport. It teaches teamwork, discipline, and it’s a great way to stay active. Have you talked to the coach about joining?

Robin: Not yet, but I plan to. I wanted to get your thoughts first. Do you think it’s a good idea?

David: Absolutely! I think playing sports is a fantastic way to learn valuable life skills and make lasting friendships. Soccer is a sport that requires both individual skill and teamwork, so it’s a great choice.

Robin: Cool! I was also thinking about getting involved in other sports activities, like maybe joining the basketball club too.

David: That’s the spirit! Being involved in different sports is an excellent idea. It not only keeps you physically active but also helps you discover what you enjoy the most. Basketball and soccer complement each other well. It’ll be a good challenge for you.

Robin: Yeah, I think it will be fun to try different things. Plus, it’s a great way to stay healthy and fit.

David: Exactly. And you never know, you might discover a passion for one of these sports. Just give it your best shot and enjoy the experience.

Robin: Thanks, Dad! I’m excited about giving it a try. And who knows, maybe you can come to some of the games and cheer for the team!

David: I’d love that, Robin! I’ll be your number one fan. Let me know when you talk to the coach, and we can figure out the logistics.


Everyday Spoken English for Kids

Conversation between Mother  and Daughter on Summer Vacation

Julia: Good morning, Jeremy! Have you thought about what you’d like to do during our summer vacation?

Jeremy: Hi, Mom! Yeah, I was thinking maybe we could go on a road trip or something. Explore some new places!

Julia: That sounds like a fantastic idea! Any specific destinations in mind?

Jeremy: Well, I’ve always wanted to visit the mountains. Maybe we could go camping or hiking?

Julia: Oh, I love the idea of being surrounded by nature! It’ll be a great way to unwind and connect with each other. Do you have a particular mountain range in mind?

Jeremy: How about the Rockies? I’ve heard they’re breathtaking, and there are so many outdoor activities we can do.

Julia: The Rockies it is! We can start planning the route and find some interesting spots along the way. What else would you like to do this summer?

Jeremy: Maybe we could take a day to visit a water park or go to the beach. I’ve been craving some water fun.

Julia: A water park sounds like a blast! And a beach day is always refreshing. I’ll make sure to pack plenty of sunscreen. Is there anything else on your summer bucket list?

Jeremy: Well, I was also thinking about volunteering for a day or two. You know, giving back to the community.

Julia: That’s a wonderful idea, Jeremy! It’s important to share our time and help others. We can look into local volunteer opportunities and see where we can make a positive impact.

Jeremy: Awesome! I’m excited about our summer plans, Mom. It’s going to be the best vacation ever!

Julia: I’m glad you’re excited, sweetheart. Let’s start making a list of things to do and places to visit. This will be a summer to remember!

Kids Spoken English

1. What’s your name?

My name is Ben Foster.

2. What’s your nickname?

My nickname is Jony.

3. What do you do?

I am a student.

4. What’s your father’s name?

My father’s name is Mark Eaton.

5. What’s your mother’s name?

My mother’s name is Britney Spears.

6. What’s the date of your birth?

My date of birth is 12.02.2010

7. How old are you?

I am 11 years old.

8. What’s your grandfather’s name?

My grandfather’s name is Marcell Ozuna.

9. Where are you from?

I am from Bangladesh.

10. Where’s your residence?

My residence is at Old Biman Office Jame Masjid. Biman Office By Lane, Jamal Khan, Chattogram.

11. What’s your father?

My father is a Professor.

12. What’s your hobby?

My hobby is gardening.

13. How many brothers and sisters do you have?

I have one brother and one sister.

14. Who is your best friend?

My best friend is David.

15. When do you get up?

I get up at 7 a.m.

16. When do you go to bed?

I go to bed at 10 p.m.

17. When do you take your breakfast, supper, and lunch?

I take my breakfast at 7.30 a.m, lunch at 1 p.m, and supper at 9 p.m

18. Do you take exercise daily?

Yes, I take exercise daily.

19. How long do you read in a day?

I read for three hours everyday.

Kids Spoken English

20. Why do you read?

I read for my pleasure.

21. What is your mother tongue?

My mother tongue is Bengali.

22. Which drink do you like most?

I like mango juice most.

23. Which newspaper do you read daily?

I read The Daily Star everyday.

24. Which is your favorite fruit?

My favorite fruit is mango.

25. Which is your favorite flower?

My favorite flower is a water lily.

26. Which is your favorite bird?

My favorite bird is the pigeon.

27. Which is your favorite animal?

My favorite animal is a tiger.

28. Which is your favorite game?

My favorite game is football.

29. Which is your favorite color?

My favorite color is red.

30. Which is your favorite subject?

My favorite subject is English.

31. Which poet do you like most?

my favorite poet is Milton.

32. Can you speak English?

Yes. I can speak English very fluently.

33. Do you know how to sing?

34. Do you know how to swim?

35. Do you read the newspaper daily?

36. Have you ever been to London?

37. How many toys do you have?

38. Which flower do you like most?

39. What’s your present address?

40. What’s your permanent address?

Kids Spoken English

41. What do you usually do on holiday?

42. What’s your nationality?

43. What’s the name of your police station?

44. What’s the name of your native village?

45……which is your motherland

46. What’s the capital city of Bangladesh?

47. What’s the name of your district?

48. What’s your national language?

49. Which country do you like most?

50. Do you know our national flag?

51. How many districts are there in your country?

52. How many divisions are there in Bangladesh?

53. Tell the name of the divisions

54. Which is our national game?

55. Which is our national flower?

56. Which is our national fruit?

57. Which is our national fish?

58. Which is our national bird?

59. Which is our national poet?

60. Which is our national artist?

61. Who is the president of your country?

62. Who is the prime minister of your country?

63. Who is the captain of your national cricket team?


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