Introducing Yourself Dialogue
In this example, Hiro and Jane are meeting for the first time at a social event. After greeting each other, they begin asking simple personal questions.
Hiro: My name is Hiro Nakamoto. What’s your name?
Jane: My name is Jane Williams. Nice to meet you.
Hiro: It’s a pleasure. This is a great party!
Jane: Yes, it is. Where are you from?
Hiro: I’m from Japan.
Jane: Oh, you’re Japanese. I’ve been to Japan once. I guess it is cherry blossom season in your country now.
Hiro: Yes, they’re in full bloom now. How about you? Where are you from?
Jane: I’m from London, but I’m not British.
Hiro: No, what are you?
Jane: Well, my parents are Spanish, so I’m Spanish, too.
Hiro: That’s very interesting. Spain is a beautiful country.
Jane: Thank you. It is a wonderful place.
- social event – relating to a social gathering or party
- pleasure – the state or feeling of being pleased or happy.
- guess (v) – to think , believe or suppose
- full bloom – state of being completely flourished or thrive
- British – the people native to or inhabiting Great Britain