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Hello. I wrote two dialogues. Would you check them?

No. 1

M: You're reading mysteries all the time.

F: Right. I'd like to work for a publisher, and my goal is to be

a mystery writer.

M: Great! If you have written some novels, could I read them?

( Q. "would you show me them?" is right? )

No. 2

M: Hi, Mari. Long time no see. How have you been?

F: Hi, Takeshi. I've been OK. I teach [ I'm teaching ] English and soccer

at junior high.

M: Really? You managed to turn your hobbies into your work, didn't you?

Thank you! kenta
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Yes, "would you show me them?" is right also.

I think either "I teach" or "I'm teaching" works here. There is a slight difference between the two, but I can't remember what it is. Nevertheless, either sounds acceptable on its own. Personally, however, I would say, "I'm teaching English..."

Both dialogues look perfectly acceptable.
M: You're reading mysteries all the time.

F: Right. I'd like to work for a publisher, and my aim/goal is to be

a mystery writer.

M: Great! If you have (already) written some novels, could may I read one/them?(Though,writing 'novels' and avoiding 'already' would be OK too!)

( "would you show me them?" or "would you show them to me?" )-both are correct.

No. 2

M: Hi, Mari. Long time no see. How have you been?

F: Hi, Takeshi. I've been OK. I teach [ I'm teaching ] English and soccer

at junior high. (Saying 'I'm teaching' would mean 'F' was teaching at the time of her conversation with 'M'.)

M: Really? You managed to turn your hobbies into your work, didn't you?

Yes, she did. And that's fab!

Regards!
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Hello. I was very glad to read your comments.

Thank you very much! kenta
Saying 'I'm teaching' would mean 'F' was teaching at the time of her conversation with 'M'.-- This is incorrect, Akhil. There is nothing wrong with the expression here; in fact, the progressive is more natural than the simple present.

I presume that you received my warning about posting misinformation and the penalties for doing so.
@Kenta
I agree with Mister, both are correct.
Sorry for that. I was under the wrong impression.

Regards!
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Due to such stringent rules, i believe, newbies dither to post their answers. Even if somebody makes a mistake, and that too unknowingly, he/she shouldn't be given warning after warning. People don't join such forums to see native speakers answering each question perfectly. They are here to learn. And one only learns after making mistakes. Don't you think that optimistically, Mister? And even if one commits a mistake, senior members, like yourself, are here to take care of it and rectify the mistake sooner or later.
I answer what I think is the best possible answer. If in doing that i make a mistake, I have always apologized for that and tried not to repeat the same mistake ever again.I think in this way we can have a better learning enviornment.

Regards!
Correction:
->enviornment:environment.
->If in doing that i make a mistake, I always apologize for that and try not to repeat the same mistake ever again.

Regards!
Newbies should dither about posting. Newbies should spend a lot of time just reading threads and posts and understanding that answers should be trustworthy, and learning something from them.

Everyone makes mistakes; I have made many. It is when a newbie sets about very busily answering many questions, often with misleading answers, that rules must be enforced. Such a member might better be asking questions than answering them.

We are not here to clean up your messes.
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