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Today we will discuss the details of Dialogue Writing in English. In JSC, SSC and HSC exam, Dialogue Writing Exercise question is common. Let’s prepare for Dialogue Writing. [toc]

Definition of Dialogue Writing in English

A dialogue refers to a conversation between two persons. Besides, it is a discussion between two or more people which intends to produce an agreement.

Essential Features of a dialogue:

  • It occurs between two or more persons.
  • It is written in spoken language.
  • It contains humour and wit.
  • Its language is simple, easy to understand, and lively.
  • Short forms are frequently used.
  • Salutation and Addressing are important elements of a dialogue.

Techniques of Writing a Dialogue:

 Ready made answers should not be memorized. It’s a good idea to go through as many of them as possible.  Without memorizing a dialogue from its top to bottom, we can memorize only a few topic related sentences form the available one.

  • Write down the title of the dialogue:

‘A dialogue between John and Jack on……’

  • Learn to frame questions.

YES/NO questions = Do you smoke?

WH questions = Why do you smoke?


Make more use of the short forms.

Do not Don’t
Does not Doesn’t
Am not Am not [ never say amn’t] [say aren’t if need be]
Is not Isn’t
Are not Aren’t
Have not Haven’t
Has not Hasn’t
Did not Didn’t
Was not Wasn’t
Were not Weren’t
Had not Hadn’t
Can not Cannot / Can’t[Never say ….can  not]
Could not Couldn’t
May not Mayn’t
Might not Mightn’t
Should not Shouldn’t
Would not Wouldn’t
Shall not Shan’t
Will not Won’t


More short forms:

He’s = He is/was,

He’ll = He shall/will,

 I’d= I would/had,

 I’m= I am,

They’re = They are, etc.

Dialogue Writing Exercise for  JSC, SSC and HSC exam

  • If you are asked to write a dialogue between you and your friend, write




If you are asked to write a dialogue between Rina and Robin, write..



English Greeting,

Learn the most commonly used greeting, introducing, & saying good bye keys.


  • Hello
  • Good morning/afternoon/ evening.
  • How is everything?
  • Thank you
  • Good bye.


  • Hi, Shushmita, what are doing?
  • Hi,there, Rakib, where are you going?
  • What’s up?
  • Bye



Dialogue writing between two friends

Format of Dialogue writing
‘A dialogue between John and Rakib on………. topic of dialogue ….…’

John: Hello, Rakib, how are you?


Rakib:   I am fine, and you?


John: I’m fairly well and I am thinking about a matter.


Rakib: What is the matter? Would you like to share that with me?


John:     Why not? I’m thinking about (……topic of dialogue……..). It’s very essential/ harmful for us and for our society.


Rakib: Yes, you’re right. It’s become a burning question these days. Most of the people of our country are not aware of (…………..……..). But we must change this condition for our betterment.


Put some sentences here related to the topic of dialogue 

John: Exactly, we all have to work together for increasing/removing (…………………..……..). I think it is our duty.

Rakib: Ok, now I’ve to go. Thanks a lot for your discussion and valuable information.

John: You are welcome, my dear. Take care, bye.

Rakib:  See you around.

Sample Dialogues between friends

  • Write a dialogue between you and your friend on the uses and abuses of mobile phone.


Rakib: Hello, Rakib, how are you?

Farid:   I am fine, and you?

Rakib: I’m fairly well and I am thinking about a matter.

Farid: What is the matter? Would you like to share that with me?

Rakib: I have purchased an android mobile phone.

Farid:  Actually, all walks of people are using mobile phone.

Rakib: Right you are. They can not do a single day without it.

Farid:  It has made our life easy and comfortable. Besides talking, you can pay the electricity bill, use internet and perform many other important jobs.

Rakib: Nowadays, android and windows mobile phone are available that work like computers.

Farid:  Right you are. Now, we can send e-mails and make video calls through a mobile phone.

Rakib: It has some bad sides also. Such as, terrorists and criminals use it and they commit crime.

Rakib:  Actually, nothing excess is good. We should make the best use of it.

Farid: Ok, now I’ve to go. Thanks a lot for your discussion and valuable information.
Rakib: You are welcome, my dear. Take care, bye.

Farid:  See you around.

 Suggestion for 2015

100% Sure Success Dialogue Suggestions for SSC, HSC, & JSC
§  The choice of career.
§  Preparation for the final examination.
§  Load shedding.
§  Bangladesh / our motherland.
§  Bangladesh Cricket.
§  Effects of student politics.
§  University admission
§  Road accidents in our country.
§  Importance of learning English.
§  Importance of tree plantation.
§  About an interesting book.
§  Eve teasing.
§  Price hike/ rise of price of essential commodities.
§  Global warming
§  Traffic jam.
§  Environment pollution.
§  Eradicating  the illiteracy problem from Bangladesh
§  Admission  in a public university
§  Dangers of smoking
§  The  importance of punctuality


Hope this page guide your dialogue writing exercise. For any clarification please email me abadat@iamastudent.net or contact here.



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2 thoughts on “Dialogue Writing Examples

  • Surabhi Sharma

    I really appreciate the information provided about the skills for dialogue writing. It created a base idea about writing a dialogue between two persons. However, I expected some more examples of dialogue writing on different topics and issues.