Dialogue Writing

Dialogue Writing

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Q. 5 B) B1 or B2 Do any one of the following activities.

Set. 1

B1) Dialogue Writing

a) Put the sentences in proper order to prepare a meaningful dialogue.

* I’m fond of Kishor Kumar.

* Hi! Mohan, what are you doing?

* I’m listening music.

* Wow! Who is your favourite singer?

Ans -:

Hi! Mohan, what are you doing?

I’m listening music.

Wow! Who is your favourite singer?

I ‘m fond of Kishor Kumar.

b) Complete the following dialogue between Amar and Bharat based on the given questions.

Amar: Where did you go for the picnic recently?

Bharat: …………………………………………

Amar: What did you see there?

Bharat: …………………………………………

Ans:

Amar: Where did you go for the picnic recently?

Bharat: Recently I went to Mahabaleshwar for the picnic.

Amar: What sights did you enjoy there?

Bharat: We visited different points, Venna lake, Panchgani and

Pratapgarh.

C) Recently Suraj visited a unique fort ‘Sindhudurg’ his friend Prakash want to know about Sindhudurg. Develop a dialogue between the friends.

Answer -:

Prakash: Good morning, friend.

Suraj: Good morning.

Prakash: Where are you in the last week?

Suraj: I visited a unique sea fort Sindhudurg in the last week.

Prakash: Who were with you?

Suraj: I and my friends were with me.

Prakash: How was the fort?

Suraj: The fort was unique.

Prakash: Really, I got unique information. Thank you.

Suraj: It is all right.

 

Set.2

B1) Dialogue Writing.

a) Prepare a dialogue between Seeta and Geeta from the following jumbled sentences

Seeta: Yes, what can I do for you?

Geeta: Excuse me, please.

Seeta: Why not? what are friends for?

Geeta: Can you help me to solve this sum?

Ans:

Geeta: Excuse me, please.

Seeta: Yes, what can I do for you?

Geeta: Can you help me to solve this sum?

Seeta: Why not? what are friends for?

b) Complete the following dialogue.

A: Who is your favourite teacher?

B : ………………………………..

A: Why do you like him/her?

B : ……………………………

Ans : A: Who is your favourite teacher?

B: Sawant sir is my favourite teacher.

A: Why do you like him/her?

B: I like him because he is very soft-spoken and co-operative.

C) Develop a dialogue between you and your friend about your pet animal.

Answer:

Rohan: Good morning, how are you?

I: Good morning.

Rohan: Which is your pet animal?

I: My pet animal is cat.

Rohan: what is your cat’s name?

I: My cat’s name is Mani.

Rohan: What is its colour?

I: She has white colour.

Rohan: What is her food?

I: Her food is milk and butter.

Rohan: Thank you very much.

I: You are welcome.

Set.3

B1) Dialogue Writing.

a) Prepare a dialogue from jumbled sentences:

Nisha: No, thanks, I don’t like tea.

Asha: What would you prefer then?

Nisha: Either coffee or milk.

Asha: Would you like to have tea?

Ans:

Asha: Would you like to have tea?

Nisha: No, thanks, I don’t like tea.

Asha: What would you prefer then?

Nisha: Either coffee or milk.

b) Complete the following dialogue.

Anju: What do you like best about our school ?

Manju: ………………………………………………………..

Anju: Which is the part you don’t like ?

Manju: …………………………………………………………

Ans:

Anju: What do you like best about our school?

Manju: I like my school’s playground.

Anju: Which is the part you don’t like?

Manju: I don’t like punishment for homework.

C) Write a dialogue of minimum three meaningful exchanges on “Importance of mobile in our day–to–day life.”

Answer:

Anil: I think mobile plays very important role in our day- to-day life.

Sunil: Yes. I agree with you. it’s a good source of information and entertainment.

Anil: And it is useful to receive and send messages.

Sunil: It saves a lot of data and we can also use it as a camera.

Anil: Absolutely right. we can use it to receive and send our mails.

Sunil: We can also use it for our education.

Anil: You are right.

Set.4

B1) Dialogue Writing.

a) Prepare a dialogue from jumbled sentences:

1. I prepare coffee please.

2. Thanks a lot.

3. Would you like to have tea or coffee?

4. Ok. Two coffee, please.

Ans:

1. Would you like to have tea or coffee?

2. I prepare coffee please.

3. Ok. Two coffee, please.

4. Thanks a lot.

b) Complete the following dialogue.

A: What type of books do you like to read?

B: ………………………………………………………………………..

A: Why do you read these books?

B: …………………………………………………………………………

Ans:

A: What type of books do you like to read?

B: I prepare to read historical books.

A: Why do you read these books?

B: They give us good knowledge of our past and tell us how glorious

our history is!

C) Develop a dialogue of minimum three meaningful exchanges with a new girl admitted in your class.

Answer:

Nisha: Hi! Nisha here, may I know your name please?

Usha: I am Usha. Happy to meet you.

Nisha: I think you are new in this school. By the way, where are you from?

Usha: Yes, you are right. I came here from Pune.

Nisha: did you like our school?

Usha: Yes, we came to know reputation of this School, so I took admission here.

Nisha: That’s great. Let’s be friends.

Usha: Sure. It’s my pleasure.

Set.5

B1) Dialogue Writing.

a) Prepare a dialogue from jumbled sentences:

1. Yes, I do. But I don’t totally depend on his blessing.

2. Why so?

3. Do you believe in God?

4. I believe in hard work more.

Ans -:

1. Do you believe in God?

2. Yes, I do. But I don’t totally depend on his blessing.

3. Why so?

4. I believe in hard work more.

b) Complete the following dialogue.

Riya: Do you like singing?

Priya: …………………………………

Riya: Who is your favourite singer??

Priya: ………………………………..

Ans:

Riya: Do you like singing?

Priya: Yes, I like singing.

Riya: Who is your favourite singer??

Priya: My favourite singer is Kishor Kumar.

C) Write a dialogue of minimum three meaningful exchanges on

“How to choose a career?”

Answer-:

Amit: I am really confused about choosing my career. How can you

help me?

Sumit: Decide your goal first and plan accordingly. Work hard to achieve your goal.

Amit: But how can I set my goal?

Sumit: Think about your interest first, your abilities and skills and then set your gaol.

Amit: I got it. What are the other factors considers to be

important?

Sumit: Your goal must be SMART, then only you will be able to achieve it.

Amit: That’s right, thanks a lot. Now I am relaxed.

Set.6

B1) Dialogue Writing.

a) Prepare a dialogue from jumbled sentences:

1. Oh, that is also great!

2. To keep myself fit; I practise Yoga. What do you do?

3. What do you do to keep yourself mentally and physically fit?

4. I take exercise in a gym.

Ans-:

1. What do you do to keep yourself mentally and physically fit?

2. To keep myself fit; I practise Yoga. What do you do?

3. I take exercise in a gym.

4. Oh, that is also great!

b) Complete the following dialogue.

A: Have you ever experienced losing your way?

B: ………………………………………………………………….

A: What would you do if you were lost in a new way?

B: ………………………………………………………………………

Ans -:

A: Have you ever experienced losing your way?

B: Yes, when I had been in Pune at my uncle’s place.

A: What would you do if you were lost in a new way?

B: If I feel, I am lost, I would ask someone or call our relatives to ask the way out

C) Write a dialogue of minimum three meaningful exchanges on

“Importance of indoor games”

Answer-:

Amol: Don’t you like indoor games?

Anil: I like outdoor games more. Why do you like indoor games?

Amol: There is no place restriction for it. we can play it

anywhere.

Anil: You are right. but I don’t think they give us physical

exercise.

Amol: You are wrong. Indoor games like table tennis give us

physical exercise.

Anil: Oh, that’s right. Now I understood indoor games are also

Useful and important.

Amol: You are right.

 

Set.7

B1) Dialogue Writing.

a) Prepare a dialogue from jumbled sentences.

* I live in swami Vivekanand Nagar.

* What is your name?

* Where do you live?

* My name is Amol

Ans.

* What is your name?

* My name is Amol.

* where do you live?

* I live in swami Vivekanand Nagar.

b) Complete the following dialogue.

Ram: What time do you get up early in the morning?

Shyam: …………………………………………………………………….

Ram: what time do you get to bed at night?

Shyam: …………………………………………………………………..

Ans:

Ram: What time do you get up early in the morning?

Shyam: I get up early in the morning at 6 o’clock.

Ram: What time do you get to bed at night?

Shyam: I go to bed at 10 p.m.

C) Write a dialogue of minimum three meaningful exchanges on “Importance of games”

Answer:

Raj: Where are you going, Vijay?

Vijay: I am going to Gymkhana.

Raj: What do you do there?

Vijay: I play tennis there with my friends.

Raj: Do you play tennis every day?

Vijay: Yes, it keeps my body and mind fit.

Do you play any game Raj?

Raj: Yes, Vijay. I play cricket.

Vijay: I think games are essential for good health.

Set.8

B1) Dialogue Writing.

a) Prepare a dialogue from jumbled sentences.

1. Yes, I do. But don’t totally depend on his blessing.

2. Why so?

3. Do you believe in God?

4. I believe in hard work more.

Ans:

1. Do you believe in God?

2. Yes, I do. But don’t totally depend on his blessing.

3. Why so?

4. I believe in hard work more.

b) Complete the following dialogue.

Suresh: Did you like to hear bedtime stories when you were a child?

Mahesh: ………………………………………………………………………

Suresh: Who usually told you the bedtime stories?

Mahesh: ………………………………………

Ans \:

Suresh: Did you like to hear bedtime stories when you were a child?

Mahesh: Yes, I heard many bedtime stories when I was a child.

Suresh: Who usually told you the bedtime stories?

Mahesh: My grandparents usually told me the bedtime stories.

C) Write a dialogue of minimum three meaningful exchanges on

“Importance of listening stories.”

Answer:

Ajay: Do you like to listen stories, Ganesh.

Ganesh: Yes, of course.

Ajay: That’s great. Why do you like to listen stories ?

Ganesh: It gives us pleasure, and it is good source of entertainment.

Ajay: Don’t you think it stretches our imagination and curiosity?

Ganesh: Yes, sometimes it makes us curious. It develops our imagination also. So, it is good for our mind and to develop

our knowledge.

Ajay: That’s right. Thank you, dear.

Ganesh: You are welcome.

Set.9

B1) Dialogue Writing.

a) Prepare a dialogue between Ravi and Kiran from jumbled sentences.

* Why couldn’t you sleep?

* Oh! Friend you are looking so exhausted.

* I couldn’t get any sleep at night.

* I have attended a star gazing party at night.

Ans:

Ravi: Oh! Friend, you are looking so exhausted.

Kiran: I couldn’t get any sleep at night.

Ravi: Why couldn’t you sleep?

Kiran: I have attended a star gazing party at night.

b) Complete the following dialogue.

Sneha: Would you like to work close to nature?

Rupali: Yes, ……………………………………………………….

Sneha: What do you like to do?

Ravi: I would like ………………………………………………

Ans:

Sneha: Would you like to work close to nature?

Rupali: Yes, I would like to work close to nature.

Sneha: What do you like to do?

Ravi: I would like to plant more trees.

C) Write a dialogue of minimum three meaningful exchanges on

‘Wearing Ornaments’

Answer:

Anita: Do you like to wear jewellery and ornaments on special occasions.

Sunita: Yes. I like to them and always wait for an opportunity.

Anita: Why do you like them?

Sunita: They add to our personality and beauty.

Anita: Don’t you like to make up and dress up for special occasions.

Sunita: Yes, I do like it, but in simple way.

Set: 10

B1) Dialogue Writing.

a) Prepare a dialogue between you and your teacher from jumbled sentences.

* Sure, go ahead.

* Good morning, sir.

* Can I have a word with you sir?

* Yes, good morning what it is?

Ans:

I: Good morning, sir.

Teacher: Yes, good morning what it is?

I: Can I have a word with you sir?

Teacher: Sure, go ahead.

b) Complete the following dialogue.

Ram: What is the name of the book made you think?

Gopal: ……………………………………………………….

Ram: What is it about?

Gopal: It is about ………………………………………………

Ans:

Ram: What is the name of the book made you think?

Gopal: The ‘Agni fire’

Ram: What is it about?

Gopal: It is about, Dr. Abdul Kalam’s life.

C) A student has come to take admission in the school and meets the headmaster. Write the dialogue between them.

Answer :

Student : May I come in ,sir?

Headmaster : Yes, come in . What do you want?

Student : I want to take admission in your school.

H.M. : In which school were youpreviously studying?

Student : I was in Nutan Vidyalaya, Satara.

H.M. : How many marks did you have last year?

Student : I secured 92% in 9th standard.

H.M. : That’s good.Fill this form and submit your documents

in the office.

Student : Thank you, sir.

Anita: Don’t you like to make up and dress up for special occasions.

Sunita: Yes, I do like it, but in simple way.

Set. 10

B1) Dialogue Writing.

a) Prepare a dialogue between you and your teacher from jumbled sentences.

* Sure, go ahead.

* Good morning, sir.

* Can I have a word with you sir?

* Yes, good morning what it is?

Ans:

I: Good morning, sir.

Teacher: Yes, good morning what it is?

I: Can I have a word with you sir?

Teacher: Sure, go ahead.

b) Complete the following dialogue.

Ram: What is the name of the book made you think?

Gopal: ……………………………………………………….

Ram: What is it about?

Gopal: It is about ………………………………………………

Ans:

Ram: What is the name of the book made you think?

Gopal: The ‘Agnifire’

Ram: What is it about?

Gopal: It is about, Dr. Abdul Kalam’s life.

C) A student has come to take admission in the school and meets the headmaster. Write the dialogue between them.

Answer:

Student: May I come in, sir?

Headmaster: Yes, come in. What do you want?

Student: I want to take admission in your school.

H.M.: In which school were you previously studying?

Student: I was in Nutan Vidyalaya, Satara.

H.M.: How many marks did you have last year?

Student: I secured 92% in 9th standard.

H.M.: That’s good. Fill this form and submit your documents in the office.

Student: Thank you, sir.

Dialogue Writing

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Q. 5 B) B1 or B2 Do any one of the following activities.

Set. 1

B1) Dialogue Writing

a) Put the sentences in proper order to prepare a meaningful dialogue.

* I’m fond of Kishor Kumar.

* Hi! Mohan, what are you doing?

* I’m listening music.

* Wow! Who is your favourite singer?

Ans -:

Hi! Mohan, what are you doing?

I’m listening music.

Wow! Who is your favourite singer?

I ‘m fond of Kishor Kumar.

b) Complete the following dialogue between Amar and Bharat based on the given questions.

Amar: Where did you go for the picnic recently?

Bharat: …………………………………………

Amar: What did you see there?

Bharat: …………………………………………

Ans:

Amar: Where did you go for the picnic recently?

Bharat: Recently I went to Mahabaleshwar for the picnic.

Amar: What sights did you enjoy there?

Bharat: We visited different points, Venna lake, Panchgani and

Pratapgarh.

C) Recently Suraj visited a unique fort ‘Sindhudurg’ his friend Prakash want to know about Sindhudurg. Develop a dialogue between the friends.

Answer -:

Prakash: Good morning, friend.

Suraj: Good morning.

Prakash: Where are you in the last week?

Suraj: I visited a unique sea fort Sindhudurg in the last week.

Prakash: Who were with you?

Suraj: I and my friends were with me.

Prakash: How was the fort?

Suraj: The fort was unique.

Prakash: Really, I got unique information. Thank you.

Suraj: It is all right.

 

Set.2

B1) Dialogue Writing.

a) Prepare a dialogue between Seeta and Geeta from the following jumbled sentences

Seeta: Yes, what can I do for you?

Geeta: Excuse me, please.

Seeta: Why not? what are friends for?

Geeta: Can you help me to solve this sum?

Ans:

Geeta: Excuse me, please.

Seeta: Yes, what can I do for you?

Geeta: Can you help me to solve this sum?

Seeta: Why not? what are friends for?

b) Complete the following dialogue.

A: Who is your favourite teacher?

B : ………………………………..

A: Why do you like him/her?

B : ……………………………

Ans : A: Who is your favourite teacher?

B: Sawant sir is my favourite teacher.

A: Why do you like him/her?

B: I like him because he is very soft-spoken and co-operative.

C) Develop a dialogue between you and your friend about your pet animal.

Answer:

Rohan: Good morning, how are you?

I: Good morning.

Rohan: Which is your pet animal?

I: My pet animal is cat.

Rohan: what is your cat’s name?

I: My cat’s name is Mani.

Rohan: What is its colour?

I: She has white colour.

Rohan: What is her food?

I: Her food is milk and butter.

Rohan: Thank you very much.

I: You are welcome.

Set.3

B1) Dialogue Writing.

a) Prepare a dialogue from jumbled sentences:

Nisha: No, thanks, I don’t like tea.

Asha: What would you prefer then?

Nisha: Either coffee or milk.

Asha: Would you like to have tea?

Ans:

Asha: Would you like to have tea?

Nisha: No, thanks, I don’t like tea.

Asha: What would you prefer then?

Nisha: Either coffee or milk.

b) Complete the following dialogue.

Anju: What do you like best about our school ?

Manju: ………………………………………………………..

Anju: Which is the part you don’t like ?

Manju: …………………………………………………………

Ans:

Anju: What do you like best about our school?

Manju: I like my school’s playground.

Anju: Which is the part you don’t like?

Manju: I don’t like punishment for homework.

C) Write a dialogue of minimum three meaningful exchanges on “Importance of mobile in our day–to–day life.”

Answer:

Anil: I think mobile plays very important role in our day- to-day life.

Sunil: Yes. I agree with you. it’s a good source of information and entertainment.

Anil: And it is useful to receive and send messages.

Sunil: It saves a lot of data and we can also use it as a camera.

Anil: Absolutely right. we can use it to receive and send our mails.

Sunil: We can also use it for our education.

Anil: You are right.

Set.4

B1) Dialogue Writing.

a) Prepare a dialogue from jumbled sentences:

1. I prepare coffee please.

2. Thanks a lot.

3. Would you like to have tea or coffee?

4. Ok. Two coffee, please.

Ans:

1. Would you like to have tea or coffee?

2. I prepare coffee please.

3. Ok. Two coffee, please.

4. Thanks a lot.

b) Complete the following dialogue.

A: What type of books do you like to read?

B: ………………………………………………………………………..

A: Why do you read these books?

B: …………………………………………………………………………

Ans:

A: What type of books do you like to read?

B: I prepare to read historical books.

A: Why do you read these books?

B: They give us good knowledge of our past and tell us how glorious

our history is!

C) Develop a dialogue of minimum three meaningful exchanges with a new girl admitted in your class.

Answer:

Nisha: Hi! Nisha here, may I know your name please?

Usha: I am Usha. Happy to meet you.

Nisha: I think you are new in this school. By the way, where are you from?

Usha: Yes, you are right. I came here from Pune.

Nisha: did you like our school?

Usha: Yes, we came to know reputation of this School, so I took admission here.

Nisha: That’s great. Let’s be friends.

Usha: Sure. It’s my pleasure.

Set.5

B1) Dialogue Writing.

a) Prepare a dialogue from jumbled sentences:

1. Yes, I do. But I don’t totally depend on his blessing.

2. Why so?

3. Do you believe in God?

4. I believe in hard work more.

Ans -:

1. Do you believe in God?

2. Yes, I do. But I don’t totally depend on his blessing.

3. Why so?

4. I believe in hard work more.

b) Complete the following dialogue.

Riya: Do you like singing?

Priya: …………………………………

Riya: Who is your favourite singer??

Priya: ………………………………..

Ans:

Riya: Do you like singing?

Priya: Yes, I like singing.

Riya: Who is your favourite singer??

Priya: My favourite singer is Kishor Kumar.

C) Write a dialogue of minimum three meaningful exchanges on

“How to choose a career?”

Answer-:

Amit: I am really confused about choosing my career. How can you

help me?

Sumit: Decide your goal first and plan accordingly. Work hard to achieve your goal.

Amit: But how can I set my goal?

Sumit: Think about your interest first, your abilities and skills and then set your gaol.

Amit: I got it. What are the other factors considers to be

important?

Sumit: Your goal must be SMART, then only you will be able to achieve it.

Amit: That’s right, thanks a lot. Now I am relaxed.

Set.6

B1) Dialogue Writing.

a) Prepare a dialogue from jumbled sentences:

1. Oh, that is also great!

2. To keep myself fit; I practise Yoga. What do you do?

3. What do you do to keep yourself mentally and physically fit?

4. I take exercise in a gym.

Ans-:

1. What do you do to keep yourself mentally and physically fit?

2. To keep myself fit; I practise Yoga. What do you do?

3. I take exercise in a gym.

4. Oh, that is also great!

b) Complete the following dialogue.

A: Have you ever experienced losing your way?

B: ………………………………………………………………….

A: What would you do if you were lost in a new way?

B: ………………………………………………………………………

Ans -:

A: Have you ever experienced losing your way?

B: Yes, when I had been in Pune at my uncle’s place.

A: What would you do if you were lost in a new way?

B: If I feel, I am lost, I would ask someone or call our relatives to ask the way out

C) Write a dialogue of minimum three meaningful exchanges on

“Importance of indoor games”

Answer-:

Amol: Don’t you like indoor games?

Anil: I like outdoor games more. Why do you like indoor games?

Amol: There is no place restriction for it. we can play it

anywhere.

Anil: You are right. but I don’t think they give us physical

exercise.

Amol: You are wrong. Indoor games like table tennis give us

physical exercise.

Anil: Oh, that’s right. Now I understood indoor games are also

Useful and important.

Amol: You are right.

 

Set.7

B1) Dialogue Writing.

a) Prepare a dialogue from jumbled sentences.

* I live in swami Vivekanand Nagar.

* What is your name?

* Where do you live?

* My name is Amol

Ans.

* What is your name?

* My name is Amol.

* where do you live?

* I live in swami Vivekanand Nagar.

b) Complete the following dialogue.

Ram: What time do you get up early in the morning?

Shyam: …………………………………………………………………….

Ram: what time do you get to bed at night?

Shyam: …………………………………………………………………..

Ans:

Ram: What time do you get up early in the morning?

Shyam: I get up early in the morning at 6 o’clock.

Ram: What time do you get to bed at night?

Shyam: I go to bed at 10 p.m.

C) Write a dialogue of minimum three meaningful exchanges on “Importance of games”

Answer:

Raj: Where are you going, Vijay?

Vijay: I am going to Gymkhana.

Raj: What do you do there?

Vijay: I play tennis there with my friends.

Raj: Do you play tennis every day?

Vijay: Yes, it keeps my body and mind fit.

Do you play any game Raj?

Raj: Yes, Vijay. I play cricket.

Vijay: I think games are essential for good health.

Set.8

B1) Dialogue Writing.

a) Prepare a dialogue from jumbled sentences.

1. Yes, I do. But don’t totally depend on his blessing.

2. Why so?

3. Do you believe in God?

4. I believe in hard work more.

Ans:

1. Do you believe in God?

2. Yes, I do. But don’t totally depend on his blessing.

3. Why so?

4. I believe in hard work more.

b) Complete the following dialogue.

Suresh: Did you like to hear bedtime stories when you were a child?

Mahesh: ………………………………………………………………………

Suresh: Who usually told you the bedtime stories?

Mahesh: ………………………………………

Ans \:

Suresh: Did you like to hear bedtime stories when you were a child?

Mahesh: Yes, I heard many bedtime stories when I was a child.

Suresh: Who usually told you the bedtime stories?

Mahesh: My grandparents usually told me the bedtime stories.

C) Write a dialogue of minimum three meaningful exchanges on

“Importance of listening stories.”

Answer:

Ajay: Do you like to listen stories, Ganesh.

Ganesh: Yes, of course.

Ajay: That’s great. Why do you like to listen stories ?

Ganesh: It gives us pleasure, and it is good source of entertainment.

Ajay: Don’t you think it stretches our imagination and curiosity?

Ganesh: Yes, sometimes it makes us curious. It develops our imagination also. So, it is good for our mind and to develop

our knowledge.

Ajay: That’s right. Thank you, dear.

Ganesh: You are welcome.

Set.9

B1) Dialogue Writing.

a) Prepare a dialogue between Ravi and Kiran from jumbled sentences.

* Why couldn’t you sleep?

* Oh! Friend you are looking so exhausted.

* I couldn’t get any sleep at night.

* I have attended a star gazing party at night.

Ans:

Ravi: Oh! Friend, you are looking so exhausted.

Kiran: I couldn’t get any sleep at night.

Ravi: Why couldn’t you sleep?

Kiran: I have attended a star gazing party at night.

b) Complete the following dialogue.

Sneha: Would you like to work close to nature?

Rupali: Yes, ……………………………………………………….

Sneha: What do you like to do?

Ravi: I would like ………………………………………………

Ans:

Sneha: Would you like to work close to nature?

Rupali: Yes, I would like to work close to nature.

Sneha: What do you like to do?

Ravi: I would like to plant more trees.

C) Write a dialogue of minimum three meaningful exchanges on

‘Wearing Ornaments’

Answer:

Anita: Do you like to wear jewellery and ornaments on special occasions.

Sunita: Yes. I like to them and always wait for an opportunity.

Anita: Why do you like them?

Sunita: They add to our personality and beauty.

Anita: Don’t you like to make up and dress up for special occasions.

Sunita: Yes, I do like it, but in simple way.

Set: 10

B1) Dialogue Writing.

a) Prepare a dialogue between you and your teacher from jumbled sentences.

* Sure, go ahead.

* Good morning, sir.

* Can I have a word with you sir?

* Yes, good morning what it is?

Ans:

I: Good morning, sir.

Teacher: Yes, good morning what it is?

I: Can I have a word with you sir?

Teacher: Sure, go ahead.

b) Complete the following dialogue.

Ram: What is the name of the book made you think?

Gopal: ……………………………………………………….

Ram: What is it about?

Gopal: It is about ………………………………………………

Ans:

Ram: What is the name of the book made you think?

Gopal: The ‘Agni fire’

Ram: What is it about?

Gopal: It is about, Dr. Abdul Kalam’s life.

C) A student has come to take admission in the school and meets the headmaster. Write the dialogue between them.

Answer :

Student : May I come in ,sir?

Headmaster : Yes, come in . What do you want?

Student : I want to take admission in your school.

H.M. : In which school were youpreviously studying?

Student : I was in Nutan Vidyalaya, Satara.

H.M. : How many marks did you have last year?

Student : I secured 92% in 9th standard.

H.M. : That’s good.Fill this form and submit your documents

in the office.

Student : Thank you, sir.

Anita: Don’t you like to make up and dress up for special occasions.

Sunita: Yes, I do like it, but in simple way.

Set. 10

B1) Dialogue Writing.

a) Prepare a dialogue between you and your teacher from jumbled sentences.

* Sure, go ahead.

* Good morning, sir.

* Can I have a word with you sir?

* Yes, good morning what it is?

Ans:

I: Good morning, sir.

Teacher: Yes, good morning what it is?

I: Can I have a word with you sir?

Teacher: Sure, go ahead.

b) Complete the following dialogue.

Ram: What is the name of the book made you think?

Gopal: ……………………………………………………….

Ram: What is it about?

Gopal: It is about ………………………………………………

Ans:

Ram: What is the name of the book made you think?

Gopal: The ‘Agnifire’

Ram: What is it about?

Gopal: It is about, Dr. Abdul Kalam’s life.

C) A student has come to take admission in the school and meets the headmaster. Write the dialogue between them.

Answer:

Student: May I come in, sir?

Headmaster: Yes, come in. What do you want?

Student: I want to take admission in your school.

H.M.: In which school were you previously studying?

Student: I was in Nutan Vidyalaya, Satara.

H.M.: How many marks did you have last year?

Student: I secured 92% in 9th standard.

H.M.: That’s good. Fill this form and submit your documents in the office.

Student: Thank you, sir.

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