Class Seven English Dialogue

What is a Dialogue : Dialogue শব্দটির অর্থ হলো দুই বা ততোধিক ব্যক্তির মধ্যে কথোপকথন। দৈনন্দিন জীবনে আমরা একে অপরের সাথে যে আলাপ-আলোচনা বা বাক্য বিনিময় করে থাকি ইংরেজিতে তাকেই উরধষড়মঁব বলে| Literally a dialogue means ‘talk between two people’.

How to write an effective Dialogue : একটি প্রাঞ্জল Dialogue বা সংলাপ লিখতে হলে কিছু গুরুত্বপূর্ণ কৌশল জানা প্রয়োজন। আর উরধষড়মঁব বা সংলাপ লেখার জন্য একটি সুনির্দিষ্ট বিষয় (ঝঁনলবপঃ) থাকতে হবে যাকে কেন্দ্র করে দুজনের মধ্যে কথোপকথন রচিত হবে। এক্ষেত্রে বিশেষ একটি Dialogue বা অবস্থা বলে দেয়া হবে এবং তার ওপর একটি Dialogue রচনা করতে নিম্নলিখিত পদ্ধতি অবলম্বন করতে হবে :

Myself  :           What’s the problem with you?

Ratul   :           I don’t know. But I always try to be well.

Myself  :           Listen to me. Are you serious (AvšÍwiK) about your study?

Ratul   :           It’s not like that. I have to complete my home task quickly.

Myself  :           You are simply taxing your brain (gv_v LvUvI) at the cost of your health.

Ratul   :           What can I do?

Myself  :           Take some physical exercise everyday.

Ratul   :           Why?

Myself  :           Because physical exercise can make you physically and mentally (gvbwmKfv‡e) fit.

Ratul   :           What sort of physical exercise should I take?

Myself  :           Walking, swimming, participating (AskMÖnY Kiv) in games and sports etc.

Ratul   :           Ok, I will try.

Myself  :           No, you must practise (Abykxjb Kiv) it for your refreshment.

Ratul   :           Thanks for your advice. Bye.

Myself  :           See you again.

  1. Write a dialogue between you and your friend about tree plantation. (e„ÿ †ivc‡Yi wel‡q †Zvgvi I †Zvgvi eÜzi g‡a¨ GKwU K‡_vcK_b iPbv Ki|)

Myself  :           How’re things?

Jamal  :           Fine.

Myself  :           Are you busy?

Jamal  :           No.

Myself  :           I have an assignment (cÖwZ‡e`b) in my school regarding tree plantation. Will you help me in this regard?

Jamal  :           Yes. You should focus on the usefulness (cÖ‡qvRbxqZv) of tree plantation and the impact of trees on our climate etc.

Myself  :           Would you please give me some points to talk about these.

Jamal  :           Sure. Trees is a great source of food and vitamins. It gives us shelter as well. It bears a great impact (cÖfve) on the climate.

Myself  :           How?

Jamal  :           If we destroy (aŸsm Kiv) trees at random, the country will turn into a great desert (giæf‚wg). There will be no rain for our country. It also saves us from flood and other natural calamities (wech©q).

Myself  :           I see. What should we do then?

Jamal  :           Stop deforestation. But it is a matter of sorrow that we don’t do this.

Myself  :           Thank you for your idea.

Jamal  :           Welcome.

  1. Write a dialogue between you and your friend how to eradicate illiteracy. (†Zvgvi I †Zvgvi eÜzi g‡a¨ wbiÿiZv `~ixKiY wel‡q GKwU K‡_vcK_b iPbv Ki|)

Myself  :           Are you busy?

Papon  :           No.

Myself  :           So, let’s talk about one of the greatest problems of our country. Can you guess (Abygvb Kiv)?

Papon  :           No.

Myself  :           It’s about illiteracy (wbiÿiZv) problem.

Papon  :           Oh, I see.

Myself  :           Government is trying it’s best to eradicate (`~i Kiv) it but the situation (Ae¯’v) is not upto the mark at this moment. What can we do?

Papon  :           Public awareness is of paramount (m‡e©v”P) importance in this regard.

Myself  :           Yes, you are absolutely right. What are the other thinking?

Papon  :           Govt must take initiative (D‡`¨vM) to motivate poor section of people to understand the impact of illiteracy.

Myself  :           Let’s write to the newspaper suggesting ways to eradicate illiteracy.

Papon  :           Good idea. Let’s go home.

Myself  :           Ok.

  1. Write a dialogue between a librarian and a student regarding having a library card. (GKRb jvB‡eªwiqvb I GKRb Qv‡Îi g‡a¨ jvB‡eªix KvW© Kiv wb‡q K‡_vcK_b iPbv Ki|)

Student           :           May I come in?

Librarian         :           Yes. How can I help you?

Student           :           Well, I want a library card. How can I get it?

Librarian         :           You have to deposit (Rgv Kiv) admission fee.

Student           :           How much?

Librarian         :           Tk. 200 only.

Student           :           Here it is. Anything else?

Librarian         :           Two copies of coloured (iwOb) photographs.

Student           :           Here it is.

Librarian         :           Now fill the form out.

Student           :           Ok, here it is.

Librarian         :           Finished! Good. Here is your library card.

Student           :           Thank you.

  1. Write a dialogue between a teacher and a student about good health. (GKRb wkÿK I GKRb Qv‡Îi g‡a¨ my¯^v¯’¨ wb‡q GKwU K‡_vcK_b †jL|)

Student           :           May I come in, Sir?

Teacher           :           Yes, come in. But what’s your problem?

Student           :           I am becoming sick and thin day by day.

Teacher           :           I see. Do you know how to maintain (iÿv Kiv) good health?

Student           :           No, Sir.

Teacher           :           You have to take balanced diet (mylg Lvevi). Make sure that you maintain the rules of hygiene.

Student           :           What’s this?

Teacher           :           Go to sleep in due time, take your bath regularly, take your meal at the right time.

Student           :           Anything else, Sir?

Teacher           :           Physical exercise is also necessary in this regard. You should participate (AskMÖnY Kiv) in games and sports.

Student           :           Thank you, Sir.

Teacher           :           I wish you a good luck, my dear student.

  1. Write a dialogue between you and your friend about traffic jam. (†Zvgvi I †Zvgvi eÜzi g‡a¨ hvbRU wel‡q GKwU K‡_vcK_b iPbv Ki|)

Myself  :           Good evening.

Jasim  :           Oh, what a surprise! But you are looking tired.

Myself  :           Life is so hectic. I feel much helpless (Amnvq) when I get stuck in the traffic jam.

Jasim  :           Oh, you were caught in the traffic jam. It is too boring (weiw³Ki). It kills our time.

Myself  :           Ambulance carrying (enbKvix) passengers also suffers a lot.

Jasim  :           It’s terrible. How can we improve (DbœwZ Kiv) the present condition?

Myself  :           Proper planning is necessary in this regard.

Jasim  :           Let’s think about it.

Myself  :           Oh, not now. I don’t have time at this moment (gyn‚‡Z©). See you later.

Jasim  :           Bye.

  1. Write a dialogue between you and a passer-by. (†Zvgvi I GKRb cw_‡Ki g‡a¨ GKwU K‡_vcK_b iPbv Ki|)

Myself  :           Excuse me. Could you please tell me the way (iv¯Ív) to a good restaurant, please?

Passer-by        :           Sure. Are you a new comer in this area?

Myself  :           Yes. I am so hungry. So, I need to know the way to a good restaurant.

Passer-by        :           Ok. There are many good restaurants here.

Myself  :           How can I go there?

Passer-by        :           You need to hire (fvov Kiv) a rickshaw. Then go straight (eivei) and turn left. Then you will find many restaurants.

Myself  :           Which restaurant’s food will be tasty (my¯^v`y) and hygienic?

Passer-by        :           You can go to Star Kabab restaurant. Their food is delicious (my¯^v`y) and hygienic too.

Myself  :           Oh, thank you so much.

Passer-by        :           You’re welcome.

  1. Write a dialogue between you and the officer about opening a bank account. (†Zvgvi Ges GKRb e¨vsK Awdmv‡ii g‡a¨ wnmve †Lvjvi e¨vcv‡i GKwU K‡_vcK_b †jL|)

Myself  :           Good morning, Sir.

Officer  :           Good morning. How can I help you?

Myself  :           I want to open a bank account (wnmve). But I don’t have any idea about it.

Officer  :           Of course. What kind of account do you want to open?

Myself  :           I want to keep my scholarship (e„wË) money. But I have never done it.

Officer  :           Ok, then you have to open a savings account. Take this form and fill it up.

Myself  :           Then, what shall I do?

Officer  :           You will have to add a passport size photo and put your signature (¯^vÿi) here. Then give it to the second officer and get your account number.

Myself  :           Thank you, Sir.

Officer  :           You’re welcome.

  1. Write a dialogue between you and the Headmaster for a full free studentship. (†Zvgvi Ges cÖavb wkÿ‡Ki g‡a¨ webv †eZ‡b covi AbygwZ wel‡q GKwU K‡_vcK_b iPbv Ki|)

Myself  :           May I come in. Sir?

Headmaster     :           Yes. What do you want?

Myself  :           Sir, I am a student of class seven. But, I have a problem.

Headmaster     :           What’s your problem?

Myself  :           Sir, my father is a farmer. He has to maintain (Pvjv‡bv) a family of six members with his little (Aí) earning. Besides, I have three school going brothers and sisters. It is difficult for my father to bear our educational expenses (e¨q).

Headmaster     :           I am sorry for that.

Myself  :           My education is on the verge (cÖv‡šÍ) of ending. To continue (Pvwj‡q hvIqv) my education I need full free studentship.

Headmaster     :           Ok. Write an application. I will see then.

Myself  :           Thank you, Sir.

Headmaster     :           You are welcome.

  1. Write a dialogue between you and the receptionist of a hotel. (†Zvgvi Ges GKRb †nv‡Uj Af¨_©bvKvixi g‡a¨ GKwU K‡_vcK_b iPbv Ki|)

Receptionist    :           Welcome to Cox’s Bazar, Sir. How can I help you?

Myself  :           Thanks. I want a room in your hotel.

Receptionist    :           Sure, Sir. What kind of room do you want? I mean AC (kxZvZc wbqwš¿Z) or non AC?

Myself  :           I like an AC room. But it will be better if it is beach (ˆmKZ) viewed.

Receptionist    :           Let me check, Sir.

Myself  :           Ok.

Receptionist    :           Sorry, Sir. There is no beach viewed room. But, only AC room is available (i‡q‡Q/mnRjf¨/†`qv hv‡e).

Myself  :           I will take an AC room.

Receptionist    :           Ok. It would cost Tk 2000 per day.

Myself  :           It’s ok.

Receptionist    :           Here is the key (Pvwe), Sir. You are most welcome.

  1. You are Dipu. You are at a shop to buy a pair of shoes. Now, write a dialogue between you and the salesman of the shop about it. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg w`cy| Zzwg GK‡Rvov RyZv †Kbvi Rb¨ †`vKv‡b wM‡qQ| Gevi, †Zvgvi Ges we‡µZvi g‡a¨ G wel‡q GKwU K‡_vcK_b iPbv Ki|)

Salesman        :           Good morning, Sir. How can I help you?

Dipu    :           Thanks. I want to buy a pair of (GK †Rvov) shoes.

Salesman        :           We have excellent collection (msMÖn) of quality (gvbm¤§Z) shoes. Please come and choose.

Dipu    :           Ok. Let me take a look (†`L‡Z w`b).

Salesman        :           Sure, Sir.

Dipu    :           Ok…… please show me that pair of shoes.

Salesman        :           Here you’re (GB wbb), Sir.

Dipu    :           Would this pair fit me.

Salesman        :           Please, put on, Sir.

Dipu    :           Well, it is a bit large (GKUz eo).

Salesman        :           Then you put on this pair of shoes.

Dipu    :           Ok. This is perfect. How much would it cost (`vg)?

Salesman        :           Sir, Tk. 1700/=

Dipu    :           Ok. Here is the money.

Salesman        :           Thank you, Sir. Please, visit us again.

  1. Suppose, you are Kamal. You are looking for a post office and ask an old man about the way to go there. Now, write a dialogue between you and the old man. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg Kvgvj| Zzwg GKwU WvK Ni †LuvR KiQ Ges GKRb eq¯‹ e¨w³‡K WvK N‡i hvIqvi iv¯Ív m¤ú‡K© wRÁvmv KiQ| GLb, †Zvgvi Ges H eq¯‹ e¨w³i g‡a¨ GKwU K‡_vcK_b †jL|)

Kamal  :           Excuse me. Can I talk with you?

Old man          :           Yes, what’s your problem?

Kamal  :           Could you please tell me the way to a post office nearby (wbKUeZx©)?

Old man          :           Yes. It’s not very far from here.

Kamal  :           Where is it located (Aew¯’Z)?

Old man          :           It is just after this market and right hand side by the road.

Kamal  :           How can I identify (mbv³ Kiv) the post office?

Old man          :           Oh! There is a big red signboard of post office and two letter boxes in front of the small building (AÆvwjKv).

Kamal  :           Thank you very much.

Old man          :           You are most welcome.

  1. Suppose, you are a student and you want to borrow a book from the library. Now, write a dialogue between a student and the librarian. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg GKRb QvÎ Ges Zzwg jvB‡eªix †_‡K GKwU eB avi wb‡Z PvI| GLb, GKRb QvÎ I GKRb jvB‡eªwiqvb Gi g‡a¨ GKwU K‡_vcK_b †jL|)

Student           :           Good morning, Sir.

Librarian         :           Good morning. How can I help you?

Student           :           I need a book. How can I borrow (avi Kiv) it from here?

Librarian         :           Do you have your own library card?

Student           :           No, I don’t.

Librarian         :           Then I can’t help you in this regard. You need a library card to borrow books from library.

Student           :           How can I get it?

Librarian         :           Well, you have to write an application to your Head teacher asking (†P‡q) for a library card. You will have to submit (Rgv †`Iqv) one copy of passport size photo along with (mv‡_) your application.

Student           :           Thank you. I’ll submit it soon.

Librarian         :           Ok. Thank you.

  1. Suppose, Abul is going to visit Cox’s Bazar on the next winter vacation. Now, write a dialogue between Abul and Babul about Cox’s Bazar sea-beach. (g‡b Ki, mvg‡bi kx‡Zi QzwU‡Z Aveyj K·evRvi †eov‡Z hv‡”Q| Gevi, Aveyj I evey‡ji g‡a¨ K·evRvi mgy`ª-ˆmKZ wb‡q GKwU K‡_vcK_b iPbv Ki|)

Abul     :           Hi Babul. How are you?

Babul  :           I am fine and you?

Abul     :           I am well by the grace of Allah (Avjøvni ing‡Z).

Babul  :           What are you going to do during the next winter vacation?

Abul     :           I am going to Cox’s Bazar sea-beach.

Babul  :           Wow! That’s interesting! I had been there last time. I just loved the sea and the beach at Cox’s Bazar!

Abul     :           Well, Babul, what is the speciality (we‡klZ¡) about Cox’s Bazar sea-beach?

Babul  :           It’s the longest (`xN©Zg) sea-beach in the world. You can see beautiful Bay of Bengal. You can enjoy the beautiful scene of sunset (m~h©v¯Í) there. You can also see red crabs and the turtles that nest (evmv ˆZwi Kiv) near the sea-beach.

Abul     :           Really! Can we go sailing in the sea?

Babul  :           Well, you can take a day-long cruise (mgy`ª ågY) in the sea. You can hire traditional wooden boats or sea-buses. The trips are exciting but safe.

Abul     :           Thank you so much.

Babul  :           Have a safe (wbivc`) journey.

  1. Suppose, you are Reza. You have witnessed a road accident and now you are telling that to your friend Kabul. Now, write a dialogue between you and your friend in 100 words. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg †iRv| Zzwg GKwU moK `yN©Ubv †`‡LQ Ges GLb †mUv †Zvgvi eÜz Kvey‡ji Kv‡Q eY©bv KiQ| GLb, †Zvgvi  I †Zvgvi eÜzi g‡a¨ 100 k‡ãi GKwU K‡_vcK_b †jL|)

Kabul   :           Hi, Reza. How are you?

Reza     :           I am not so well.

Kabul   :           Why? What happened?

Reza     :           I am very shocked to see a road accident.

Kabul   :           Accident! Where did it happen? How?

Reza     :           Yesterday while I was walking through the footpath, a man was crossing the road. Just at that moment, a truck was moving at a great speed (MwZ). Before that the man could cross the road, he was run over (Pvcv cov) by the truck.

Kabul   :           What happened (N‡UwQj) then? Did the truck stop there?

Reza     :           No, the truck did not stop rather it sped away. I rushed to (†a‡q hvIqv) the spot and saw that he was no more a human body but a lump (LÊ) of flesh. I was greatly shocked at this tragic (KiæY) scene.

Kabul   :           Really. It’s a pathetic (KiæY) scene. However, we should be careful in crossing road.

Reza     :           I also think so.

  1. Smoking is a very dangerous habit. It can cause many fatal diseases even death. Now, write a dialogue between two friends about the dangers of smoking. (a~gcvb GKwU wec¾bK Af¨vm| GUv gvivZ¥K wKQz †ivM m„wó Ki‡Z cv‡i, GgbwK g„Zz¨I NUv‡Z cv‡i| Gevi `yRb eÜzi g‡a¨ a~gcv‡bi wec` m¤ú‡K© GKwU K‡_vcK_b †jL|)

Kalam  :           Hello Anwar, how are you?

Anwar  :           I am fine. What about you?

Kalam  :           I am fine too. But I see you are in the habit of smoking (a~gcvb).

Anwar  :           I like it.

Kalam  :           I see you are almost a chain smoker.

Anwar  :           But what can I do? Without smoking I can’t work. I am very much habituated (Af¨¯Í). You can say addicted (Avm³).

Kalam  :           I think you don’t have any idea about the dangers of smoking. It causes some serious (gvivZ¥K) diseases like cancer, bronchitis, heart attack, etc. So give it up without making any delay.

Anwar  :           It’s very difficult for me. How can I give up (Z¨vM Kiv) it?

Kalam  :           Your will-power (B”Qv-kw³) is enough to give up smoking.

Anwar  :           Thanks. I shall try my best. Good bye.

  1. Suppose, you are Fancy. Your friend Shahina wants to know about your preparation for the coming annual examination. Now, write a dialogue in 100 words between your friend and yourself. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg †dwÝ| †Zvgvi eÜz kvwnbv Avmbœ evwl©K cixÿvi cÖ¯‘wZ m¤ú‡K© †Zvgvi Kv‡Q Rvb‡Z Pvq| Gevi 100 k‡ãi g‡a¨ †Zvgvi I †Zvgvi eÜzi g‡a¨ GKwU K‡_vcK_b iPbv Ki|)

Fancy  :           Good morning, Shahina.

Shahina          :           Good morning, Fancy. How are you getting on with your studies?

Fancy  :           Well, but my preparation (cÖ¯‘wZ) in English is not satisfactory (m‡šÍvlRbK). Only a few days are left and I have to read a lot.

Shahina          :           Don’t worry. I am sure you will be able to cover up. What about Math?

Fancy  :           I have prepared well in Math. I am afraid I may not do well in English.

Shahina          :           Don’t get upset. You are very sharp (†gavex). So be attentive in English. I think you will do better. But how can I prepare myself in History?

Fancy  :           That is simple. Go through (fv‡jvfv‡e cov) again and again. Note down the years and date. Take it up a whole.

Shahina          :           Thank you very much for the advice. You will surely (wbðqB) do well.

Fancy  :           Thanks a lot. Bye.

  1. Computer is a must in our life now-a-days. We need to learn computer so that we don’t have to face any problem in our professional life. Write a dialogue between two friends about the necessity of computer learning. (Kw¤úDUvi AvRKvj Avgv‡`i Rxe‡b GKwU AZ¨vek¨K mvgMÖx| Avgv‡`i Kw¤úDUvi Rvbv cª‡qvRb hv‡Z Kg©Rxe‡b Avgv‡`i‡K †Kvb mgm¨vq bv co‡Z nq| Gevi, Kw¤úDUvi wkÿvi cÖ‡qvRbxqZv wel‡q `yRb eÜzi g‡a¨ GKwU K‡_vcK_b †jL|)

Rina     :           Hi, Lina, how are you?

Lina     :           Fine. And you?

Rina     :           I’m fine too. What are you going to do during the winter vacation, Lina?

Lina     :           This year I’m not going anywhere. I’m planning (cwiKíbv Kiv) to do a course on computer learning.

Rina     :           It’s a good idea. I think I should learn (†kLv) computer too.

Lina     :           You are right. Nowadays the demand of (Pvwn`v) computer-literate persons is increasing (e„w× cv‡”Q) rapidly. We can’t think to get a job without learning computer.

Rina     :           Not only that. Computer is essential to run a business (e¨emv Kiv), an industry, research (M‡elYv) work and so on.

Lina     :           It is also used in medical science (wPwKrmvweÁvb), educational institutions, space administrations (gnvKvk cÖkvmb), etc. So we should be computer literate (wkwÿZ).

Rina     :           That’s good. Today we can visit NIIT, a good centre for learning.

Lina     :           That’s right. Let’s go.

  1. Suppose, a new teacher has joined a school. The students like them. Now, write a dialogue between two friends on him. (g‡b Ki, †Zvgvi we`¨vj‡q GKRb bZzb wkÿK †hvM`vb K‡i‡Qb| QvÎ-QvÎxiv Zv‡K cQ›` K‡i| GLb, `yRb eÜzi g‡a¨ Zvi wel‡q GKwU K‡_vcK_b iPbv Ki|)

Shuvo  :           Hello, Sakil. How are you?

Sakil    :           Fine. And you?

Shuvo  :           I am well. Do you know a new English teacher has joined (†hvM`vb Kiv)  our school?

Sakil    :           Yes, I know.

Shuvo  :           Do you like the new English teacher?

Sakil    :           Yes, I do. He is a very nice teacher.

Shuvo  :           How can you say that? Have you attended (†hvM`vb Kiv) any of his classes?

Sakil    :           Yes, I have.

Shuvo  :           Do you know about his academic career?

Sakil    :           Of course. He possesses (AwaKvix nIqv) a brilliant academic career. Besides, his teaching method is useful to us. He is well behaved and co-operative. He is friendly with us.

Shuvo  :           I think he is very sincere (AvšÍwiK) to his duties then.

Sakil    :           Yes, he is honest and punctual (mgqwbô) also.

Shuvo  :           We are really fortunate (fvM¨evb) that we have got such a good teacher.

Sakil    :           Yes, we are proud of him.

  1. Suppose, you are Nazim and you are going to a picnic. You want your friend Sohel to come with you. Now, write a dialogue between yourself and your friend. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg bvwRg Ges Zzwg GKwU wcKwbK-G hv”Q| Zzwg PvI †Zvgvi eÜz †hb †Zvgvi mv‡_ hvq| GLb, †Zvgvi I †Zvgvi eÜzi g‡a¨ GKwU K‡_vcK_b iPbv Ki|)

Nazim  :           Hello, Sohel. How are you?

Sohel   :           I am fine. And you?

Nazim  :           I am very well. Do you know that we are going to enjoy a picnic?

Sohel   :           No, where are you going (hvIqv) for a picnic?

Nazim  :           Sonargaon.

Sohel   :           Oh, fine. That’s a beautiful and historical (HwZnvwmK) place. I want to join with you.

Nazim  :           Certainly.

Sohel   :           Who will be with us?

Nazim  :           We are only 10 friends.

Sohel   :           When will we start (hvÎv Kiv)?

Nazim  :           We will start at 8 o’clock from Jatrabari next Friday.

Sohel   :           What about the menu (Lv`¨ ZvwjKv)?

Nazim  :           Biriani, burger and some fruits. Don’t you like it?

Sohel   :           Of course, but we will cook (ivbœv Kiv) our food ourselves. Ok?

Nazim  :           Okay. I will take my camera to take photographs (Qwe †Zvjv).

Sohel   :           That’s fine. Good bye.

Nazim  :           Good bye.

  1. Suppose, a boy wants to get admission in a school and he has gone to the Headmaster. Now, write a dialogue between the Headmaster and the boy. (g‡b Ki, GKwU QvÎ GKwU ¯‹z‡j fwZ© n‡Z Pvq Ges †m GLb cÖavb wkÿ‡Ki K‡ÿ| GLb, cÖavb wkÿK I QvÎwUi g‡a¨ GKwU K‡_vcK_b iPbv Ki|)

Boy      :           May I come in, Sir?

Headmaster     :           Oh yes, come in.

Boy      :           Good morning, Sir.

Headmaster     :           Good morning. What’s the matter?

Boy      :           Sir, I have come to get admitted (fwZ© nIqv) to your school.

Headmaster     :           Which school have you come from?

Boy      :           From Barisal Zilla School Sir.

Headmaster     :           Why are you leaving (Z¨vM Kiv) that school?

Boy      :           My father has been transferred (e`jx nIqv) here, Sir.

Headmaster     :           Have you got your T.C. with you?

Boy      :           Yes Sir, I have got my progress report (cÖMwZ cÎ) with me too.

Headmaster     :           Very well, let me see them both. You stood first in the examination, I see. All right. Just go to the office clerk with this note.

Boy      :           Thank you, Sir.

Headmaster     :           You’re welcome. I wish you good luck.

  1. Suppose, you are Runa. Your result is not good because you cannot get up early in the morning. Now, write a dialogue between yourself and your friend Mou about the benefits of early rising. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg ivbv| †Zvgvi djvdj fvj bq †Kbbv Zzwg †fv‡i †R‡M DV‡Z cvi bv| GLb, †Zvgvi Ges †Zvgvi eÜz †gŠ Gi g‡a¨ †fv‡i Nyg †_‡K †R‡M DVvi ¸iæZ¡ wel‡q GKwU K‡_vcK_b †jL|)

Runa   :           Hi, Mou, you look worried (wPwšÍZ). What’s the matter?

Mou     :           My result of the 2nd term examination is not good.

Runa   :           What’s the problem with you? Don’t you learn your lessons everyday?

Mou     :           I don’t know. I couldn’t finish (†kl Kiv) my lessons on time.

Runa   :           I think you get up late in the morning, right?

Mou     :           You are right. But what’s the problem with it?

Runa      :               Listen, if you get up early in the morning, you will get enough (ch©vß) time to complete your studies. Besides, in the morning the atmosphere is calm and serene (wbg©j). So, we can give proper attention to our studies. Also the morning air refreshes (m‡ZR Kiv) our body and mind and makes us fit for work.

Mou     :           I see. It helps us in many ways. Thank you for your advice.

Runa   :           You’re welcome.

  1. Suppose, you are discussing about reading books with one of your friends. Now, write a dialogue between you and your friend about the benefit of reading books. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg †Zvgvi GKRb eÜzi mv‡_ eB cov wb‡q Av‡jvPbv KiQ| Gevi, †Zvgvi I †Zvgvi eÜzi g‡a¨ eB covi DcKvwiZv wb‡q GKwU K‡_vcK_b iPbv Ki|)

Myself  :           Hi friend! How are you?

My friend         :           I am fine. What about you?

Myself  :           I am fine, too. What are you doing now?

My friend         :           I am reading a novel (Dcb¨vm).

Myself  :           To read a book is a good habit. Carry on.

My friend         :           I agree with (m¤§Z nIqv) you. Books are very useful to us.

Myself  :           Books are of different tastes (wewfbœ iæwPi) also.

My friend         :           Yes, of course. Sometimes book gives me joy and sometimes it gives me sorrow.

Myself  :           I know that books are a mirror (Avqbv) of human life (gvbe Rxeb).

My friend         :           And books are always ready to be our friend. A false friend may leave us in our danger (wec`) but a book will never do that.

Myself  :           Furthermore, a good book helps us to enrich our mind and to make our knowledge (Ávb) fresh.

My friend         :           So, we should read good books.

  1. Suppose, a student is feeling sick and s/he wants to go home early. Now, write the dialogue between the student and his/her class teacher. (g‡b Ki, GKRb QvÎ/QvÎx Amy¯’ †eva Ki‡Q Ges †m ZvovZvwo evwo P‡j †h‡Z Pvq| Gevi, H QvÎ/QvÎx Ges Zvi †kªwYwkÿK Gi g‡a¨ GKwU K‡_vcK_b iPbv Ki|)

Student           :           Good morning, Sir.

Class teacher  :           Good morning. How are you?

Student           :           I am not fine. I feel feverish (R¡i R¡i †eva Kiv).

Class teacher  :           Oh, I see. What can I do for you?

Student           :           I need to go home early. I seek (PvIqv) your permission (AbygwZ).

Class teacher  :           Ok, you have to write an application to the principal (Aa¨ÿ) referring to your problem.

Student           :           Sir, here it is.

Class teacher  :           Okay. You are granted (gÄyi Kiv) to leave early.

Student           :           So kind of you, Sir.

Class teacher  :           That’s alright.

  1. Suppose, you are Rana. The annual sports of your school have taken place today. Now, write a dialogue between you and your friend Rasel about it. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg ivbv| †Zvgvi ¯‹z‡ji evwl©K µxov-cÖwZ‡hvwMZv AvR AbywôZ n‡q‡Q| Gevi †Zvgvi Ges †Zvgvi eÜz iv‡m‡ji g‡a¨ G wel‡q GKwU K‡_vcK_b †jL|)

Rana    :           Hello, Rasel, what a nice time we have enjoyed today!

Rasel   :           Quite a pleasant day. We enjoyed so many interesting events.

Rana    :           What an exciting event the long jump of the senior group was!

Rasel   :           Really, very exciting. Perhaps it was a record-breaking jump.

Rana    :           Yes, the judges (wePviK) were saying so. What do you think of the cycle race?

Rasel   :           It was really thrilling. Masum is an expert (AwfÁ) rider.

Rana    :           Obviously. What about the three legged race?

Rasel   :           It was so funny. I think everyone got a lot of (cÖPzi) fun.

Rana    :           I also think so. It’s getting late. Bye.

Rasel   :           Bye.

  1. Load-shedding is a common problem nowadays. It hampers the study of the students. Now, write a dialogue between two friends about load-shedding and their sufferings. (we`y¨r weåvU AvRKvj GKwU mvaviY mgm¨v| GwU QvÎQvÎx‡`i cov‡kvbvq weNœ m„wó K‡i| GLb, `yB eÜzi g‡a¨ we`y¨r weåvU Ges Gi hš¿Yv wel‡q GKwU K‡_vcK_b iPbv Ki|)

Arju     :           Hello, Asha, you look so disturbed. What’s the matter?

Asha    :           Oh, disgusting (weiw³Ki)! I can’t read at all. You know our annual exam is knocking at the door.

Arju     :           I know. But what happened to you?

Asha    :           It’s load-shedding. Electricity goes off every evening when it’s the prime (AZz¨Ëg) time of study.

Arju     :           Yes. It’s really disturbing. It’s doing much harm to our study.

Asha    :           Surely, it’s causing much harm (ÿwZ) to our daily life also.

Arju     :           Yes, you are right. But why does it happen?

Asha    :           The production (Drcv`b) of electricity is less than our need. Besides, there are a large number of illegal connections (A‰ea ms‡hvM). They consume a large quantity of electricity but don’t pay for it.

Arju     :           How can this problem be solved?

Asha    :           The production of electricity should be increased. For this new power-plants (we`y¨r Drcv`b †K›`ª) should be set up. Also illegal connections should be removed.

Arju     :           That’s true but there’s none to come forward to solve this problem. So we have to suffer (†fvMv) much. Okay, see you.

  1. Suppose, you are Abid. Your school played a football match against another school. Now, write a dialogue between you and your friend Adel about it. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg Avwe`| †Zvgvi ¯‹zj Ab¨ GKwU ¯‹z‡ji mv‡_ GKwU dzUej g¨vP †L‡jwQj| Gevi, †Zvgvi I †Zvgvi eÜz Av‡`‡ji g‡a¨ G wel‡q GKwU K‡_vcK_b †jL|)

Abid     :           Hi, Adel, how are you?

Adel     :           I am fine. And you?

Abid     :           I’m also fine. Wasn’t it a very nice game?

Adel     :           Yes. A splendid (PgrKvi) game indeed! Our players played very nice.

Abid     :           Really so. The opponent was also equally (mgvbfv‡e) strong.

Adel     :           What’s your view about Rana, our centre forward? How he runs with the ball!

Abid     :           Why not Anis? Didn’t you see how he dribbled?

Adel     :           Excellent. I never knew Akram was so good as a back. How nicely he tackled (mgm¨v †gvKvwejv Kiv) several times.

Abid     :           Really amazing! He missed no ball. But our right-out was a bit slow.

Adel     :           However, we had a very interesting match today. There goes the horn of my bus. Good night.

  1. Suppose, your examination is near and your mother wants to know about the preparation for the ensuing exam. Now, write a dialogue between mother and yourself. (g‡b Ki, †Zvgvi cixÿv Lye Kv‡Q Ges †Zvgvi gv †Zvgvi cÖ¯‘wZ m¤ú‡K© Rvb‡Z Pvq| Gevi, †Zvgvi I †Zvgvi gvÕi g‡a¨ G wel‡q GKwU K‡_vcK_b †jL|)

Mother :           Arif, your examination is at hand. How is your preparation?

Myself  :           Well, mother. I have nearly finished revising (cybt Abykxjb) all the subjects.

Mother :           What about English? You did not get well in English in the last exam.

Myself  :           I am taking special care for English.

Mother :           Good. What about Mathematics?

Myself  :           I have taken good preparation (cÖ¯‘wZ) for Mathematics.

Mother :           Give much time for English.

Myself  :           Okay, mother.

Mother :           Don’t keep up late at night. Be careful (m‡PZb) about your health.

Myself  :           Thank you mother. Please, pray to Allah for me.

Mother :           May Allah bless (Avwke©v` Kiv) you.

  1. Suppose, your friend Razib knows the importance of learning English. Now, write a dialogue between Razib and yourself about it. (g‡b Ki, †Zvgvi eÜz ivwRe Bs‡iwR wkÿvi ¸iæZ¡ m¤ú‡K© Rv‡b| GLb, ivwRe I †Zvgvi g‡a¨ G wel‡q GKwU K‡_vcK_b †jL|)

Myself  :           Hi! Razib, what’s in your hand?

Razib   :           It’s a book on learning (†kLv) English properly.

Myself  :           Why’re you so serious about learning English?

Razib   :           You can’t imagine how essential English is for a better future (fwel¨Z).

Myself  :           What does English do for us?

Razib   :           It’s essential for higher education (D”PZi wkÿv). Besides, to maintain trade (e¨emv) and commerce and cooperation (mn‡hvwMZv) with the rest of the world, English is essential. It also helps you to get a good job (PvKwi).

Myself  :           So it is used for global (ˆewk¦K) communication.

Razib   :           Of course.

Myself  :           Thank you very much.

Razib   :           You’re welcome.

  1. Suppose, you are a student and your father has been transferred to another district. So you need a transfer certificate. Now, write a dialogue between you and the Headmaster of your school. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg GKRb QvÎ Ges †Zvgvi evev Ab¨ †Kvb †Rjvq e`wj n‡q‡Qb| Kv‡RB †Zvgvi GKwU e`wj mb` cÖ‡qvRb| Gevi, G wel‡q †Zvgvi Ges †Zvgvi we`¨vj‡qi cÖavb wkÿ‡Ki g‡a¨ GKwU K‡_vcK_b iPbv Ki|)

Student           :           May I come in, Sir?

Headmaster     :           Yes, come in.

Student           :           Good morning, Sir?

Headmaster     :           Good morning. How can I help you?

Student           :           Sir, I want a transfer certificate (e`wj mb`).

Headmaster     :           Transfer certificate! Why?

Student           :           Sir, my father has been transferred (e`wj Kiv/nIqv) to Comilla. So, my family is going to be shift be (¯’vbvšÍi Kiv) there.

Headmaster     :           Oh, I see. But can’t you remain here for the rest of (Aewkó) the session? You will be provided with all the facilities (my‡hvM-myweav) in the hostel.

Student           :           Sorry, Sir. My parents want me to stay (_vKv) with them.

Headmaster     :           Well, then you must have a transfer certificate. Where’s your application?

Student           :           Here you are, Sir.

Headmaster     :           Now contact (†hvMv‡hvM Kiv) the office super.

Student           :           Thank you, Sir.

Headmaster     :           Thank you, my boy.

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