What Is Dialogue Writing?
Dialogue writing in English In fact, dialogue is a conversation between two or more people. It is a talk on an important topic, incident, or event. We should always remember that dialogue writing is a useful form of writing skill. It expresses the thoughts, views, thinking, or opinions of the people involved in the conversation/talk. It is necessary to acquire skills in spoken English.
How to Write a Dialogue?
- First, select at least two imaginary persons.
- Make the person talk about the given topic.
- Make the point easy and natural.
- Distribute the sentences between the speakers in a proportionate manner.
- Let the speakers take turns to debate their views.
- Sentences should be very easy, short, or simple so that the next person can understand quickly and avoid learned phrases.
- Own word sentences can often be used.
- Use contracted expressions as far as possible
- Use tag questions to substantiate a statement/information
- Polite words have been used.
Example of Dialogue Writing In English Topics
Conversation between Teacher and Student for obtaining permission to leave.
Student : May I come in, Sir?
Teacher : Yes, do come. What is the matter?
Student : I want to leave, Sir. I can’t continue my classes.
Teacher : What’s happened to you?
Student : I’ve got a high fever. I feel too hot. I also feel pain all over my body.
Teacher : But, how can I allow you to leave now? It’s the 1st half period going on. Why did you come to school then?
Student : Sir, I was absolutely fine at home. I was even ok when the class started. During the half period, I began to feel restless.
Teacher : All right, I’ll give you no more trouble. Do you need anyone to go with you?
Student : No Sir. I’ll take a bus from the bus stand. I think he will be of great help to me.
Teacher : All right, please call me after you reach home.
Student : Sure Sir. Thank you.
Teacher : You’re welcome.
Conversation Between Doctor and Patient
Patient : May I come in, doctor?
Doctor : Yes, come in, and take that chair, please. What’s your problem?
Patient : I am suffering from a loss of appetite. I feel uneasy.
Doctor : Any other trouble?
Patient : No, doctor.
Doctor : Let me show your eyes and tongue. Let me feel your pulse also. Do you feel weak?
Patient : Yes, doctor. I feel very much weakness.
Doctor : Do you like smoking?
Patient : Oh yes. I like to smoke sometimes it is my habit.
Doctor : All right. I am prescribing medicine. But medicine alone will not work. You have to quit the habit of smoking.
Patient : All right, Sir. I will try my best. Thank you, doctor.
Dialogue between Customer and Shopkeeper
Shopkeeper : Can I help you, please?
Customer : I need five kilos of Sugar, two kilos of rice, 1 liter of refined oil pouch, and some fresh vegetables.
Shopkeeper : You will get everything here expert the vegetables.
Customer : Oh, if you can help me achieve this perfectly, that would be even better.
Shopkeeper : Oh, yes, give me the list.
Customer : Here it is. [After a few minutes]
Shopkeeper : Sir, your basket is ready.
Customer : How much are they?
Shopkeeper : Seven Hundred Fifty rupees.
Customer : Here’s the money.
Shopkeeper : Thank you.
Shopkeeper : Thanks a lot for your help.
Dialogue between a student and the branch manager of a bank.
Student : May I come in, Sir,
Bank Manager: Please come in. Take your seat. What can I do for you?
Student : I am a student of class eleventh. I live in the building behind your bank. I want to open a savings bank account with your branch.
Bank Manager : You’re welcome. What’s your name, please?
Student : My name is abul seikh.
Bank Manager : Have you money with you? You’ll have to deposit a minimum balance.
Student: How much, Sir?
Bank Manager : The minimum balance is Rs. 500 for a student.
Student : Yes, Sir, I have the money with me.
Bank Manager : Please go to the 4 no counter. He’ll do the needful for you.
Student : Thanks a lot.