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Example Sentences for "converse"

Learning to converse fluently in another language is an exciting processThe children converse with their mother in Japanese, and with their father in French.

Learning to converse fluently in another language is an exciting process.

The old woman claims to converse regularly with beings on another planet.

Malini is able to converse in five different languages.

She conversed with the ghost of her dead husband, who told her he still loved her.

Riding a bus in New York City, I heard people around me conversing in perhaps ten different languages.

Many people believe that drinking alcohol is bad for your health, but recent research shows the converse to be true. Drinking moderate amounts of alcohol is actually good for you.

If you love and encourage your children, they will develop good self-esteem, and conversely, if you are harsh and critical, they may become angry and insecure.

In the movie, children are able to converse with animals, but adults cannot.

We had a nice conversation with your teacher, and she told us you are doing very well in class.

A Sanskrit proverb notes that to quarrel with a man of good speech is better than to converse with a man who does not speak well.

James Thomson once wrote, Studious let me sit, and hold high converse with the mighty dead.

Randall Wallace once remarked that maybe the gift of any great person is the power to converse with our own hearts.

Discussion question: Does your character change when you converse in a foreign language?

Find someone who can converse in three or more languages.


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