Dialogue Writing in English Examples & Exercises- 13 & 14


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

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 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.                                                                                    

 :  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 ?

   : 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         

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