Here are some practice dialogues to improve your English speaking skills.
I’m terrible at sports
Storyline: Two friends are talking about their favourite sports events.
Sam: Do you like cricket?
Harry: Yeah. I don’t miss even a single cricket match on TV.
Sam: Looks like you’re crazy about the game. I’m more into soccer.
Harry: Well, actually I like all sorts of ball games, not just cricket.
Sam: Great. By the way, do you play any sports?
Harry: No, I don’t. I’m terrible at sports. I’m simply hopeless at any kind of ball games. But I like watching them.
I buy my stuff online
Storyline: Peter and Jack are discussing their shopping habits.
Peter: Do you like shopping?
Jack: Yeah. I like to shop for things like clothes and gadgets. But these days I buy most stuff online.
Peter: But online shopping isn’t very fun, is it?
Jack: No, it isn’t. But it saves you a lot of time, and you can do it from the comforts of your time.
Peter: That’s right. But even today, I’d rather walk into a brick and mortar store than log into a shopping site.
Jack: I do it too, but only occasionally.
I would rather read a book
Storyline: Two friends talk about their favourite films and actors.
John: Do you like watching TV?
James: I don’t watch TV that much, really. I would rather pick up a book. I do watch films every now and then.
John: What kind of films do like to watch?
James: I like romantic comedies. I also like action films.
John: Oh. Who’s your favourite actor?
James: I have no favourites. I like all of them. I watch films only if I find their plots exciting.
John: That’s interesting.