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Speaking Exercise: Ending a conversation

How can you end a conversation politely? Try our quiz to discover phrases you can use to leave a conversation in different situations.

Level: Pre-intermediate and above

1. You're on the phone with a friend. What do you say to finish the conversation?
2. You're in a bank, post office or shop, and you've finished your business there. You say:
3. You're at an informal party with friends. You've been talking with somebody and now you want to end the conversation with them. You say:
4. You're chatting with a friend or neighbour and now you need to end the conversation. You say:
5. You're chatting with a friend or neighbour and now you need to end the conversation. You say:
6. You're chatting with your friend or neighbour, and now you need to go. You say:
7. Your boss is having a meeting with you. You need to go back to work because you are very busy. You say:
8. You're at a work event, and the person you are talking to is very boring! You say:
9. You're at a work meeting or conference and you've been talking to someone. Now you want to speak to someone else. You say:
10. You are hosting an event and you've been talking to one person. Now you need to talk to your other guests. You say:



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ALFREDO
wonderful exercise, thanks

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