What are Dialogues
"Dialogues" section is a trainer for practising speaking skills, which is useful both to beginners and to intermediate (or even upper-intermediate) learners.
The idea is incredibly simple: you take part in a dialogue on a certain subject, and your task is to reply loudly, accurately and at the right time so that your reply sounds as natural as possible. To help you assess your result, the narrator repeats the sentence right after you say it; and if your browser supports audio recording function, you can listen to the recorded dialogue on the result page. However, even if audio recording is not available, there is no reason to get upset, because Dialogues are meant for practising fluency, not pronunciation, so you can study anyway, assessing how natural you sound in the context of the dialogue.
The two main modes are "Practice" and "Check". The first one is meant to get you introduced to the story, new vocabulary and grammar, and to go over the difficulties you may experience when pronouncing phrases. The second mode shows you how prepared you are to talk about the subject in question. Successful completion of a dialogue in "Check" mode will give you an opportunity not to get perplexed in a real conversation in English on this subject.
Therefore, doing Dialogues regularly will ultimately help you become fluent, which is a necessary part of communicating in English without barriers!
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