Dialogue Completion Exercises
If you are thinking how to write a dialogue in a story, what is a dialogue or how to write a conversation in a book, you are at a right place. Here you will find easy English conversation dialogues, spoken English conversation, short dialogue writing examples topics, Here you will learn to write dialogue in a sentence. These Exercises may be considered as- sentence completion test. At the end of the page complete the sentence worksheets and Assignments for CBSE are also given in PDF version which is printable. The following exercises are based on simple English speaking conversation and everyday English conversation. The following short dialogues in English and English conversation practice is going to be immensely helpful to you. These dialogue writing Exercises are especially designed for class 6, 7 & 8.
Shabnam is being interviewed for a teaching job. Complete the dialogue below in any suitable way. Write your answers in the spaces provided. The first one has been done as an example.
Principal : Miss Shabnam, what are your academic qualifications?
Shabnam : I did my B.A. (Hons.) in Eng. Lit. From Bombay University. After that I joined B.Ed. through correspondence course and have just completed it in 1st division.
Principal : ————————————————————————–
Shabnam : My hobbies are singing, dancing and reading.
Principal : Do you————————————————————–
Shabnam : No, I have no previous experience as a teacher.
Principal : ————————————————————————
Shabnam: I do admit that handling children is not an easy job. But I am confident that with my B.Ed. training and under your able guidance, I shall be able to come up to the management’s expectations.
Principal: Well, —————————————————— tomorrow at 7.30 am.
Shabnam: Thank you very much, Madam.
(a) What arc your hobbies (b) have any experience of teaching
(c) Don’t you think teaching is a tough job (d) you may report
Ram and Sham are discussing their plans for the weekend. Complete the dialogue below in a suitable Way. Write your answers in the spaces provided. The first one has been done as an example.
R : What are you doing this weekend, Shyam?
S : I don’t have any special plan.
R : How do you like the idea———————————————— the Dal Lake ?
S : That sounds lovely; but I ———————————————-my parents’ permission?
R : I’ll come to your house this evening and request your parents to allow you to join the picnic.
S: Hey, that’s a good idea.
R: ———————————————————–in the evening?
S: Yes, I don’t think they are going out tonight.
R: Then I’ll definitely come and meet them. By the——————————————————————————————————————————————————?
S: No, I haven’t, but I have heard it’s a lovely picnic spot.
(a) of visiting/of a visit to (b) will have to seek
(c) Should I come (d) way, have you ever visited Dal Lake