English Practice #1

Sorry, but I’m not really sorry.

I’m going to do some English Practice everyday during my commute to office. So here i am with my stupid post.

The below conversation is copied from cartoon page, The Hindu.

Pooch Cafe:

Puppy X: Let me tell you about a dream I had last night.

Puppy Y: Oh Boy, How exciting.

Puppy X: No, seriously, This was an interesting dream.

Puppy Y: Oh, Yes, I’m sure it’s riveting. I can’t wait to hear all about it.

Puppy X: You know what, I don’t need this! To heck with you!

Puppy Y: It’s impossible to be interested in a dream without sounding sarcastic.

I am not that bad with English but Grammar and casual speaking have always been my sore points. So, I’m trying to get better at those and increase my vocabulary as well.


Wow, I learnt a French word too.

But seriously, why does this puppy think that dreams aren’t interesting. I think they are actually the most mysterious and interesting things coming next to stories and movies. And again, like this puppy y, my native slang is filled with sarcasm in every word. How can one really not be sarcastic towards idiocy! Can’t help it you see. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Also, I’m planning to write the English exam. Didn’t yet decide on which one to proceed with, Pearsons Or IELTS? Which one would be better for me?

If anyone is actually reading this post, please advise. This is for immigration purpose but I’m looking into doing masters as well in Australia. Any kind of advice is appreciated.

Thanks in advance. ๐Ÿ™‚