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- I’m looking for a native English speaker who can write 20 simple conversation pieces. As my goal is to help ESL learners speak English more fluently, I would love to create an English pattern book that can be very useful. For those who are not familiar with English patterns, we all native speakers use some basic pattern structure in our conversations all the time unconsciously. For instance, I’m gonna, I wanna, I want you to, you gotta, I’m getting, etc. These are all very frequently used patterns. (It’s attached down below.) I have already compiled around 200 patterns. These patterns came from several years of intense research. So, you can simply rely on that. But, definitely there’s room to negotiate if you think it’s not as common as it is. Then, you can add your own patterns.
- My goal is to create 40 dialogues. Each dialogue shouldn’t be longer than 10 lines. (font size – 10) Plus, each sentence should be very casual and easy and just simply our daily conversations. I also include attachment that helps you get some ideas when you write a dialogue. I personally think it’s better for either two people or 3 people (max) conversation for the sake of simplicity.
- Each dialogue should contain 5 patterns and you can include prewritten patterns for the next dialogue. Those patterns that have been already used for the previous dialogue are not counted meaning you can simply use 5 new patterns as you progress but it’s fine to include previous ones as we all know some patterns are super frequently used. As time progresses, students will learn more patterns and start using different patterns in their conversations. Therefore, by the time they finish all these dialogues they walk away with 200 patterns (5*40).
- Your job is simply write 40 dialogues and my job is to expand on those patterns you write. Please, keep in mind that you mark these patterns in each dialogue in red so I can easily recognize those.
- Please start with the more frequently used patterns. In other words, by the time you get to the last dialogues, you can simply explain 5 new patterns but still students may find quite a few patterns that have been explained in the previous dialogues. I will leave this up to you, but I will challenge you if I think its frequency is all jumbled up. So, please give a deep thought about which ones you would go first.
- As I am planning to get this work done relatively quickly, I personally prefer someone who can dedicate their time into this while you’re getting this project done. We need to talk on a daily basis but mostly once or twice a day.
- If you think you’re the right candidate for this project, please send me a sample dialogue. Plus, it would be great why you’re the right candidate for this project. As I have a lot more work on the pipeline, I am sure it would be great opportunity for you as well to work along with me as I have lots of projects that will come my way.