Simple Present Tense Conversation
Rosie : Hello, Aditi!
Aditi : Hello, Rosie!
Rosie : I like to play with my dolls.
Aditi : I also play with my dolls.
Rosie : Can you run fast?
Aditi : Yes, I can run very fast.
Rosie : What do you eat, Aditi?
Aditi : I eat rice and curd.
Rosie : Do you like to sing?
Aditi : No, I can’t sing.
Rosie : Does your sister sing?
Aditi : Yes, my sister sings many songs.
Rosie : My brother plays golf.
Aditi : My brother plays badminton.
Rosie : That child cries a lot.
Aditi : Because he doesn’t eat anything, and always feels hungry.
Rosie : Do you often go to the park?
Aditi : I don’t. But my brother goes everyday.
Rosie : My sister works hard.
Aditi : We all should work hard.
Rosie : Does he abuse you?
Aditi : No, he doesn’t abuse me.
Rosie : One should think and act.
Aditi : Usually we don’t think; we just act.
Rosie : Your younger sister appears very charming.
Aditi : Most of the children appear charming.
Rosie : My mother believes in God.
Aditi : My father doesn’t believe in God.
Rosie : That girl always borrows other’s things.
Aditi : One shouldn’t borrow from others.
Rosie : What does your mother bring for you?
Aditi : She always brings chocolates for me.
Rosie : Their father doesn’t care for them.
Aditi : But their mother cares for them a lot.
Rosie : Do you carry this bag to school?
Aditi : My servant carries it for me.
Rosie : Can you catch that butterfly?
Aditi : Yes, I like to catch that butterfly.
Rosie : Do you wash your clothes yourself?
Aditi : No, My mother washes my clothes.
Rosie : Can you climb a tree?
Aditi : I can’t. But my brother climbs trees.
Rosie : Please come to my house in the evening.
Aditi : First you come to my house today in the evening.
Rosie : I like to dance.
Aditi : Really; my aunt dances too.
Rosie : My brother can’t drive.
Aditi : My brother, however, drives well.
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