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Dialogue Writing

Introduction

A dialogue is a literary composition in the form of a conversation between two people. While writing a dialogue, the situation, the characters and their points of view have to be taken into account. Command over vocabulary and grammar is necessary to frame a dialogue correctly.

Points to remember

1. A dialogue does not follow any set rule or format.

2. The idea expressed should be coherent. 

3. The language used should be conversational.

4. The conversation should be spontaneous, taking into consideration the ideal way in which the character would react and put across his thoughts.

Q. Write a dialogue between a teacher and the principal discussing the issue of bunking.

Answer:

Teacher: Good morning, sir. I wanted to discuss an important issue with you.

Principal: Good morning! You look worried. What is the issue?

Teacher: Sir, my concern is the increasing number of students bunking classes. We need to take strict measures to curb this problem; otherwise, it will bring a bad name for our school. 

Principal: You...

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