Saturday, January 6, 2018

Five in one Write a Dialogue about conversation



01. Suppose, you saw a woman lying upside down in the road. She looked like the grandmother of your friend. You rushed to your friend’s home and talked to his mother. Write a dialogue 100 words between you and your friend’s mother.

Myself: Aunty, don’t you keep any whereabouts of a grandmother?

Friend’s mother: What happened to her again?

Myself: I saw a woman lying upside down on the road. 

Friend’s mother: So what?

Myself: She looked like a grandmother.

Friend’s mother: Your inference is wrong. She is now lying on the bed. You can meet her.

Myself: Her appearance seemed to be as like as grandmother.

Friend’s mother: Similar appearance are embarrassing and confusing.

Myself: That is why I felt embarrassed and confused.


Friend’s mother: Thank you for your response.

Myself: Welcome.

02. At dead of night, you were awakened by the screaming of your neighbors. A fire broke out at the next door. You made a phone call to the nearest fire station. Write a telephone conversation in 100 words between you and the firefighter.

Myself: Hello, is it a fire station?

Firefighter: Yes, how can we help you?

Myself: Actually I am living at 30 RM Das Road, Sutrapur. A dreadful fire broke out in the next door.

Firefighter: Before our arrival, you along with others should try to extinguish the fire by pouring down water into it.

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Myself: Yes, our neighbors are trying to extinguish the fire.

Firefighter: I have already informed the fire brigades of it. There are coming to help you.
Myself: Can we feel assured?

Firefighter: Of course, it is our bounded responsibility to render service to all the endangered people.

Myself: Thank you very much.

Firefighter: Welcome.  

03. You discovered that your younger brother trying smoking. You knew that you had to stop him. Write a dialogue in 100 words between you and your younger brother. 

Myself: my sweet little brother, what the hell were you doing with your friends?

Brother: my friends instigated me to smoke. Sorry, I will not do so anymore.

Myself: you must give up the bad company.

Brother: okay, I will do so.

Myself: by smoking cigarettes, you were going to destroy your life.

Brother: Actually, I do not know the bad effect of smoking.

Myself: smoking causes different fatal diseases like cancer, asthma, bronchitis; blood pressure etc. besides, it harms not only you but also others who are non-smoking.

Brother: oh my god; I will never do so.

Myself: thank you

Brother: same to you. 

04. Suppose, you were a passenger of the airplane which was going to crash into the Town Tower. You somehow managed to talk to your mother over the mobile phone. Write a dialogue in 100 words between you and your mother. 

Myself: Hello Mum, how are you?

Mother: I am well. What about you?

Myself: I am going to say goodbye to you forever.

Mother: what nonsense are you taking?

Myself: It is sensible; our plane is going to crash into the Twin Tower very soon.

Mother: Oh, my child, without you I cannot survive on earth.

Myself: Do not be so emotional. Take it easy.

Mother: how can I take it easy?

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Myself: Mum, this is predestined.

Mother: Sweet my child I live for thee.

Myself: Mum, you must take my destiny.

Mother: I feel like crying.

Myself: I will meet you hereafter, good-bye.

Mother: May your soul rest in peace. 

05. Suppose, you are Fatema and now you are in the college when your mother has given you a phone call. Now write a dialogue in 100 words between mother and daughter over the cellular phone. 

Mother: Hello Fatema!

Daughter: Hello Mummy! How are you?

Mother: I am nice, what about you?

Daughter: Pretty well, mummy! Do not worry.

Mother: where are you now? When’ll you get back?

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Daughter: I'm now in my classroom. I’ll get back by 3.30 am.

Mother: don’t delay. Do come as early as possible.

Daughter: OK, Mum. You do have your lunch. Don’t wait for me.

Mother: Alright, goodbye.