Tea-time Tea-time English Spoken Talking

Satish- Mother, it’s tea-time.

Mother- Yes, son. Tea is almost ready and I’m bringing it in a minute. Anoop, Satish has a built-in alarm clock set for tea-time.

Satish- Mother, I’ll get the tea-table ready in the meantime.

Mother- Here you are! Come everybody, the tea is ready.

Satish- Let me help you put the tray on the table, mother.

Mother- I’ll make tea for you all. Tea, milk and sugar are in separate pots. Anoop, do you take sugar in your tea?

Anoop- Yes, just one teaspoon.

Mother- What about you Mr. Kanha?

Kanha- I’m a diabetic. No sugar for me, please. I don’t take sugar in my tea.

Mother- All of us here except me take two teaspoons in a cup. This is your cup Mr. Kanha and this is for Anoop. We normally have tea at half-past four. Today it is a pleasure to have you both at tea with us. I’ve made tea for everybody. Come on, help yourselves, children.

Satish- Mother, please pass me the tea-cake. I shall pass it around the table. (Passes the plate round).

Mother- I bought these samosas from a bakery in town. Everybody, please help yourself. Mr. Kanha, won’t you have some more tea?

Kanha- Yes, I would like to have some more. (Tea is poured into his cup). Thank you.

Mother- What about you, Anoop? Shall I pour some more tea for you?

Anoop- No, thank you. I have had enough. The cake was lovely, but I couldn’t possibly eat any more.

Mother- Everybody else, help yourself. Mr. Kanha and Anoop, won’t you have some more cake?

Anoop- I have one more samosa. It’s very nice.

Kanha- No, thank you. No cake for me. I’ll have another samosa. It’s very tasty.

Mother- I’m sorry, Mr. Kanha. I understand you don’t eat anything sweet. Now, are you sure you’ve all had enough tea and snacks? Do any of you need anything any more? Shall I remove the tray from the table? 

(Puts everything on the tray and removes it.)

All- Yes, please. Thank you. Thanks for the nice cup of tea and snacks.

Mother- You’re welcome. Tea-time English Spoken Talking

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