In this video of the English Conversation Topics series, I take you through an English conversation for asking for directions when you are lost or travelling.
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Video Transcript: English conversation topics: Asking for directions when lost or travelling
Are you interested in expanding your English conversation topics? In this video, I’ll share with you a simple, useful English conversation that you can use immediately to start learning English quickly and without overwhelm. Stay tuned.
Asking for directions when lost or travelling
A: Excuse me.
B: Yes, how can I help you?
A: Sorry to disturb you, but, I’m lost. I’m looking for the Sydney Opera House.
B: You’re almost there.
A: Can you give me directions to get there?
B: Sure, go down this street for two blocks and turn left.
B: Once you have turned left, walk down to the next main road and turn right.
A: Okay, turn left and then right.
B: Once you are on that main road, walk down until you get to the train station.
B: When you’re at the train station you should be able to see the Opera House from there.
A: Great, thank you very much for you help.
B: You’re welcome. If you get stuck along the way you can ask another person for help.
A: Thank you again. Have a nice day.
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