Dialogue Writing in English Examples & Exercises- 11 & 12



 Read the following conversation and complete the dialogues by choosing the correct options.

Saurabh:  (1. 1) ……………………………..

Aditya :    No, I missed the opportunity. What was the attraction of the exhibition ?

Saurabh:  (1.2) ……. ……………..

Aditya :   Oh no ! I wanted to buy some original children literature. Were Hindi translations of best sellers, available ?

Saurabh:  (1.3)……………….  . There was a separate stall.

Aditya :    (1.4) ………………… .

Saurabh:  Yes, it is an annual feature. Don’t miss it the next time.

Aditya :  No, definitely not.

1.1       (a) Have you visited the World Book Fair ?   (b) Did you visit the World Book Fair ?

(c) Could you visit the World Book Fair ?     (d) Will you visit the World Book Fair ?

1.2       (a) Books on children literature.                    (b) Science fiction.

(c) The latest edition of Ask Me Why series. (d) separate stall for Hindi Classics only.

1.3      (a) of course, There was no dearth.                 (b) Not many

(c) Just some of them.                                        (d) Yes, many of them.

1.4      (a) Will this be every year s activity ?

(b) Will the Book Fair be held sometime later again ?

(c) Will it be held next year also ?

(d) Have I missed this opportunity forever ?

Answers-  1.1  (b) Did you visit the World Book Fair ?

1.2  (a) Books on children literature.

1.3  (d) Yes, many of them.

1.4  (c) Will it be held next year also ?

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Read the following dialogue. Complete it by choosing and writing the right options out of the given ones against the correct blank numbers. The first one has been done as an example.

Aroma: Whatever you may say. you’ve got to admit (a) _______  (if/that/whether)   Chaambai  (b) _______ (was the good cook/was a good cook/is a good cook).

Moti    : (c) _______ (Don’t let her hear/doesn’t let her hear/Don’t let her hear) you say   that. Amma. Shell gets a swollen head.

 Lambi : It’s always (d) _______  (good to keep/best to keep/better to keep) these people in their places. Don’t go about praising them unnecessarily.


(a) that                                

(b) is a good cook           

(c) Don’t let her hear                     

(d) better to keep

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