H – Henry D-Dad M- Mary
H - Mary, this is my father. Dad this Is Mary.
D - Pleased to meet you Mary.
M – Nice to meet you.
W – Wife H – Husband
W – Hello darling! Welcome back. Are you tired?
H – Yes I am, and cold…
W – Yes, sit down and have a cup of coffee
H – Mmm… Thank you. I’m hungry too.
T-Teacher C – Children
T – Good morning children.
C – Good morning, sir.
T – Can I have your home work, please?
C – Here they are sir.
T – Thank you.
A – Good morning. Chandru
B- Good morning. Babu
A – Did you enjoy your week-end?
B – Oh yes. We had a nice time. We went swimming, fishing
and boating It was very interesting
A – Then I think you’ve reamed enough to restart work this Monday
B – Of course, actually I’m recharged for the next five days.
K – Hi. Good evening. Murali
M – Hi. Good evening, Krishna.. Jogging?
K – Yes to bum some more calories. I want to lose a kilo or two
M – That’s not easy, Murali.
K – I know. I know, but nothing like trying
M – My advice you to go on diet…
K – I’m afraid I can’t agree with you because dieting kills your stamina as well.
MD – Managing Director S – Mrs. Siva
M – How do you do Mrs. Siva?
S – How do you do?
M – You’re from our office in Delhi, aren’t you?
S – Yes, that’s right.
M – Welcome to Chennai.
S – Chennai is really nice. It’s really very big
M-Mahesh B – Balu A-Anita R – Rangan
M – Hello everybody!
B – Meet Anita, Rangan. Anita, this is Mahesh.
A - Glad to meet you.
M - Glad to meet you too. Shall I order some ice cream?
R - That’s marvellous! Is it okay for you Anita?
S- Soorya V-Vijay
S - Hello, Vijay. How are you?
V - Fine. How are things with you?
S - Not too bad. I haven’t seen you for sometimes.
V - I know I’ve been busy at office.
S - How about dropping in at my house one day next week?
V - Yes. Let’s make it Saturday or Sunday.
S – Saturday is a good day for me. Come for dinner.
V – Good I’d be there at 7.00 o’clock. See you there.
S – See you on Saturday. Bye.
V – Bye