Are you looking for Conversations to Read, Listen To, Discuss and Perform or Dialogues to Practice in the Classroom? This book includes that and more through a colloquial conversation. The vocabulary is that of the topics and themes of everyday life situations. The grammar is based on the sentence structures that are used in everyday conversation. The majority of the sentences in the dialogues are normal subject-verb-object word order and normal question word order. In the normal conversation there are interjections, space-fillers, exclamations, elisions, rejoinders, and other discourse markers. All the conversations develop in a story of young married couple adjusting to a life in the United States. She (Ann) is an American; he (JD) is not. JD begins his venture in the new world with basic but limited English and is still not completely aware of the way things are done in this new culture. Along the way, he struggles with English and the many cultural differences. It’s a drama with happy ending.