Easy English to Make Friends on DLive

When you’re watching a foreign streamer, are you shy to type in chat?

Maybe you’re a broadcaster who wants to start streaming in English?

People from all over the world come to watch their favourite gamers play on DLive, then drop in to see other streamers too.

English Teacher Online published this lesson to help ESL (English as a Second Language) viewers and gamers communicate better. Simply practice the conversation below and spread your love within the DLive community.

“Your accent is beautiful and I will never criticize you for it. I only want to help you pronounce difficult English words correctly.”

Teacher Steve.

Easy English to Make Friends on DLive

A: Hi, how is everyone today?

B: I am having a good day.

A: Where are you from?

B: I’m from London, England but now I live in Thailand.

A: How long have you been playing today?

B: I have been playing for about 3 hours today.

A: How long have you been playing RUST?

B: I’ve been playing RUST for about 4 years.

A: How many hours do you have?

B: I have over 5000 hours in RUST.

A: Who’s your favourite streamer?

B: I think Lt Zonda is the best streamer on any platform. Listen to him talk about Axie Infinity – he’s so entertaining and enthusiastic about blockchain games.

A: What’s your favourite game?

B: My favourite game is RUST.

Practice this “Easy English to Make Friends on DLive” lesson with him next time he goes live.

Put on your headset and jump into Discord – Teacher Steve will give you FREE pronunciation advice while playing computer games too.

Bonus Conversations: 1) Why I Love RUST….

A: Why do you like RUST?

B: The graphics are awesome and the building options allow you to create some amazing bases. It’s so much fun trying to find the TC (Tool Cupboard) when raiding other people’s bases too.

A: What do you think of Fortnite?

B: I don’t know how the macros work so I don’t play Fortnite.

2) How to Play With Teacher Steve!

A: Can I come play with you?

B: Do you have Discord and a headset?

A: I don’t have a microphone.

B: Sorry but I only play with people I can talk to.

A: Why don’t you read your chat Teacher Steve?

B: I’m blind in my right eye so I often miss things in chat.

A: How can you play with just one eye?

B: I’ve been called the worst player in RUST but I don’t care because I love the game so much.

A: Ok, I’m going to buy a microphone later today so we can play together next time.

B: Awesome, I look forward to it.

3) Saying Good-Bye…

A: OK, nice talking to you. See you later.

B; Thanks for your support. See you next time.

Share the love on English Teacher Online too by leaving a comment and remember to watch Teacher Steve live on DLive.

Author: Teacher Steve

Teacher Steve is 51 years old, happily married but has no children of his own. He's a fully qualified teacher who has been teaching English in sunny Thailand for over 15 years. Teacher Steve loves to write and decided to start English Teacher Online, in December 2016, to help students study English for free. He works tirelessly so that students can become fluent in English, empowering them to work and travel the world. You can also watch him teaching live at https://dlive.tv/Teacher_Steve

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