Some good short dialogues that can help English students learn the language include conversational responses to difficult questions, such as "Can you repeat that?" or "Can you speak more slowly?" Active communication phrases help native speakers retain control in an environment where they are still learning the language.
These phrases are applicable to a variety of questions and help speakers learn more about English. Contractions are another important part of modern and active dialogue, and speakers can use phrases such as "It's time to go," and "Why don't we continue speaking elsewhere?" as part of dialogues and conversations to master English with other native speakers.