Examples of dialogues;
Conversation between two strangers
(Generally two strangers talk about the weather.)
Arun : It’s pretty hot today. Isn’t it?
Balu : Yes, it certainly is. It’s like summer.
Arun : Very surprising for October! How I wish it rained!
Balu: That’s right; or else we’ll have water scarcity this year too.
Arun : Last week it was a little cool.
Balu: Yes, it was. I thought it might rain. But it didn’t.
Arun : I wonder what the weather will be like tomorrow.
Balu: Looks like we’ll have another hot, sunny day.
Talking about future plans
A teacher of English, on her retirement, talks about her plans to her colleagues.
Colleague 1 : Now that you’re retiring, what do you plan to do?
Teacher : I’m going to write a book. I want to share my experiences with others.
Colleague 2 : Are you going to stay in Chennai?
Teacher : No, I’m thinking of settling down in my home town, Thanjavur.
Colleague 1 : What other plans do you have?
Teacher : I’m planning to teach Spoken English. Before that I’m likely to go to the States, for a short stay with my son.
All :We wish you all the very best.
Teacher : Thank you.
practice the following dialogue.
A. Hello Paul! Where are you going ?
B. Hi Seeni! I’m going to the bank to encash a cheque.
C. Mind your purse. There are a lot of pick - pockets in the city. How are you going?
D. By bus.
E. Take my bike. But be careful. I’ll go with you, if you like.