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Dialogue Writing in English Language

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Dialogue is a conversation or talk between two or more persons.

Dialogue One: [Greeting]

Rozi:      Good Morning, sir.

Man:     Morning.

Tahir:     Hello, Rozi. How are you?

Rozi:      Fine, thanks. Beautiful day!

Tahir:     Good for you.

Rozi:      For sure.

Tahir:     Bye! I’ll see you later on.

Rozi:      O.K. Tahir, see you later.

Dialogue Two: [Late Arrival]

Hina:        Hi, Hafeez. I’m late again.

Hafeez:  Uh-huh. Twenty minutes.

Hina:        Really!

Hina:        Is Prof. Muzaffar there?

Hafeez:  Yes, he is, Good luck!

Dialogue Three: [Between Teacher and Student about language]

Teacher:              Good evening, students.

Students:            Evening, sir.

Teacher:              Sit down, please.

Zeenat:                Excuse me sir, I become quite nervous while speaking in English.

Teacher:              Mind! Practice makes a man perfect.

Zeenat:                But English is hard sir.

Teacher:              A new language is always hard. Only hard work and constant practice can remove your nervousness.

Zeenat:                That’s true.

Teacher:              Now open your books to page ten and repeat the dialogue after me.

Dialogue Four: [Ask about a bookshop]

Waqas:                 Excuse me

Man:                     Yes.

Waqas:                 Is there a bookshop near here?

Man:                     Yes, there is.

Waqas:                 Is it away?

Man:                     No, it’s quite near. Just turn to the left.

Waqas:                 Thanks very much indeed.

Man:                     That’s all right.

Dialogue Five: [At a bookshop] (A)               

Muzaffar:            Good Morning.

Shopkeeper:      Morning, can I help you?

Muzaffar:            I’m looking for a book.

Shopkeeper:      What is the title?

Muzaffar:            ‘Talk English’. Have you got?

Shopkeeper:      Yes, we have.

Muzaffar:            How much is it?

Shopkeeper:      Rupees one hundred fifty only.

Muzaffar:            May I see it?

Shopkeeper:      Of course, here it is sir.

Dialogue Six:  [At a bookshop] (B)

Mustafa:              Good Morning.

Shopkeeper:      Morning, sir.

Mustafa:              I want a book on spoken English.

Shopkeeper:      Yes, there are books of different writers here.

Mustafa:              Which book would you suggest to buy?

Shopkeeper:      I think Prof. M. Alamgir Chauhan’s book ‘Talk English’ is the best book on this subject.

Mustafa:              How much does its cost?

Shopkeeper:      One hundred fifty rupees only after discount.

Mustafa:              Take the payment please

Shopkeeper:      Thank you, sir.

Dialogue Seven: [Birthday Party]

Nasir:                    Where you there at Ali’s birthday party?

Younis:                 Yes, I was.

Nasir:                    Was it really good?

Younis:                 Yes, it was great. I had a lovely time there.

Nasir:                    Were there your friends too?

Younis:                 Yes of course they were there.

Nasir:                    Was Mitho also there?

Younis:                 No, he was not there.

Nasir:                    Did you enjoy there?

Younis:                 Yes, I really enjoyed myself.

Dialogue Eight: [Apply for a job]

Majid:                   Have you read today’s newspaper?

Babar:                   Yes, I have.

Majid:                   Have not you seen any ad. For the post of a teacher?

Babar:                   Oh yes, I have.

Majid:                   Have you applied?

Babar:                   Not yet: I’ve to make Photostat copies of all the documents first.

Majid:                   Just hurry up.

Babar:                   All right, bye.

Dialogue Nine: [Breakfast]

Soofia:                  Sehr, tell your daddy that the breakfast is ready. Also bring Rauf and Saleem.

Sehr:                     O.K. mum. We are all just coming.

Basit:                     Sehr, Is the breakfast ready?

Sehr:                     Yes, Papa. Mum is calling everybody to the dining-room.

Soofia:                  Come on, Rauf and Salim, please take your seats.

Basit:                     It seems that you have prepared a lot of things today.

Soofia:                  Dear children! First of all you take two slice of bread with butter and jam. Also take fried eggs.

Children:              Thank you, Mum.

Soofia:                  What would you like dear, fried eggs or omelette?

Basit:                     Please give me omelette and two slices of bread with butter. Also a hot cup of tea.

Soofia:                  Have it, dear. / Take it, dear.

Sehr:                     Mum, may I help you to clean the table?

Soofia:                  You are really a very good and lovely daughter.

Dialogue Ten: [Interview for a job]

Bushra:                 May I come in?

Officer:                 Yes, please come in.

Bushra:                 Good morning, sir.

Officer:                 Morning, Please sit down.

Bushra:                 Thank you, sir.

Officer:                 For what post have you applied for?

Bushra:                 Sir, I have applied for the post of a Principal.

Officer:                 What is your educational qualification?

Bushra:                 M.A. English.

Officer:                 From which university did you pass your M.A. English?

Bushra:                 From Punjab University.

Officer:                 Do you have any work experience?

Bushra:                 Yes, I have ten years experience working as a Principal

Officer:                 To which place do you belong? / Where are you from?

Bushra:                 I belong to Pakpattan Sharif.

Officer:                 What is it famous for?

Bushra:                 Sir, it is famous for the shrine of Hazrat Baba Farid-ud-Din Ganj-i-Shakr.

Officer:                 Are you still working somewhere?

Bushra:                 Yes, sir.

Officer:                 Why do you want to leave your present job?

Bushra:                 Sir, for batter prospects.

Officer:                 Well, how much of the salary are you getting from there?

Bushra:                 Sir, I am getting Rs. 40,000/- per month.

Officer:                 At how much minimum salary would you expect to join our school?

Bushra:                 Sir, I want a minimum salary of Rs. 50,000/- per month.

Officer:                 O.K. we will let you know our decision soon.

Bushra:                 Thank you, sir. Goodbye.

Dialogue Eleven: [Good Manners]

Monib:                 It is essential both for the boys and girls to talk in a good manner.

Baqir:                    Yes, good manners reflect good conduct and character.

Monib:                 A student should learn good manners at the young age.

Baqir:                    Certainly, Childhood is the best age of life. He can easily and quickly learn things and adapt himself accordingly.

Monib:                 Its costs nothing and rewards are many.

Baqir:                    You are right. We should act, behave and react in such a way that others are not hurt.

Monib:                 Use such words as ‘sorry’, ‘thank you’, ‘excuse me’, ‘please’ to create a good impression on others.

Baqir:                    Yes, we should offer seat to women while travelling. We should cover our mouth and face while yawning or sneezing. We should properly appreciate the works and achievements of others.

Dialogue Twelve: [A Morning Walk]

Javed:                   A morning walk refreshes the mind and body as nothing else can do.

Qadir:                    Absolutely. It is beneficial for all children, young men, women and old people.

Javed:                   A morning walk keeps energetic, active, alert, thin, trim and smart for the whole day.

Qadir:                    Yes, the doctors often advise the patients to have morning walk.

Javed:                   You are dead right. Experts say a morning walk reduces tension and heart complaints.

Qadir:                   In reality a morning walk prevents sickness and cures disease.

Dialogue Thirteen: [Discipline]

Azeem:                 It is right to say that discipline is the very essence of existence, survival and beauty of this mighty universe. 

Fida:                     You are absolutely right. Success in every walk of life both for the individual and society depends upon discipline.

Azeem:                 That’s true. Take the example of Japan and Germany both are today highly advanced countries due to their disciplined people.

Fida:                     A renowned educationist rightly said: ‘Discipline is as vital for the students as for the soldiers’.

Azeem:                 Yes, the primary aim of our education is to tech real discipline to our students.

Fida:                     We all agree with you.

Dialogue Fourteen: [Games’ Importance]

Sadiq:    What games do you play and why? 

Rafiq:    I play cricket to keep myself fit and healthy. 

Sadiq:    I think sports are essential for good health.

Rafiq:    That’s right, Sadiq. Games are necessary to our physical growth and health.

Sadiq:    I think Rafiq, sports should be compulsory at school level.

Rafiq:    I agree with you. Mere intellectual attainment is not enough. After studies, any kind of physical exercise is necessary.

Sadiq:    Yes, you are right.

Rafiq:    Allow me to leave now, I am getting late.

Sadiq:    With great pleasure. I don’t to detain you anymore. Thanks.

Dialogue Fifteen: [School Punishments]

Ahmad:                A wise king Solomon said: ‘Spare the rod and spoil the child’.  

Nanna:                 It sounds logic. Punishment of some kind is a necessary part of training. If the faults are not corrected, children will become savages.  

Ahmad:                Yes, it is, really. In old days, there was only one kind of punishment namely caning. Whatever the fault, the remedy was the cane.

Nanna:                 Yes. There are a few other punishments that will have more effect. For example: if a boy comes late to school, detain him after school hours. If he does his work carelessly, teach him a lesson to write it out carefully ten or twenty times.

Ahmad:                Truth you speak. Whatever punishment is given, the aim of it must not be simply to make a boy suffer, but to make him a better boy.

Nanna:                 We must go now.

Ahmad:                O.K. Let’s be off.

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