Whenever we start any English conversation, it basically starts from question. Here, I’ve written some questions and their answers for you in Present Tense:
ROCKY: When do you get up ?
SMITH: I get up at half past six in the morning (6:30 A.M.).
ROCKY: When do you leave home for your office ?
SMITH: I leave home for my office at quarter to nine (8:45 A.M.).
ROCKY: Do you want to go abroad ?
SMITH: Yes, but after a decade (10 years).
ROCKY: Why after a decade ?
SMITH: I have a plan to establish my business there.
SMITH: What are you doing at home ?
ROCKY: I have left my job.
SMITH: Why have you left your job ?
ROCKY: Because, my boss would often scold me over trifles.
SMITH: Since when have you not been going to your office ?
ROCKY: I’ve not been going to my office for 15 days.
SMITH: What are you planning to do now ?
ROCKY: I’m planning to open a restaurant.
SMITH: Do you know something related to this hospitality industry ?
ROCKY: Yes, I’ve done Hotel Management.
SMITH: GOOD! Where are you thinking to open it ?
ROCKY: I haven’t decided as yet.
SMITH: OK! What’s your budget ?
ROCKY: I can invest 10 Million.
SMITH: From where will you get such a big amount ?
ROCKY: I’m planning to sell one of my properties.
SMITH: Oh! Whose mobile is in your hand ?
ROCKY: It’s my father’s mobile.
SMITH: Is it iphone 4 ?
ROCKY: Yes, it is.
SMITH: Can you explain me about its features?
ROCKY: Later, I gotta go now.
SMITH: It’s ok.
ROCKY: See ya later!
SMITH: Sure, bye!
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