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Tamilnadu Samacheer Kalvi 10th English Construction of Dialogues
1. Frame a dialogue with a minimum of ten exchanges for the given situation:
Between a doctor and a patient
Patient : Good Morning, Doctor!
Doctor : Good Morning! Any problem?
Patient : I am feeling a great pain on my left shoulder.
Doctor : I shall check your BP. (Checks up blood pressure and there is nothing wrong)
Patient : What’s wrong with me?
Doctor : Nothing to worry much. I guess there is some block in your heart.
Patient : What? What should I do now?
Doctor : Don’t panic. We will take an Angiogram.
Patient : Why not X-ray Doctor?
Doctor : Arteries are invisible to X – rays. A color dies passing through veins shows where the block is.
2. Frame a dialogue with a minimum of ten exchanges for the given situation:
Between a Policeman and a tourist who needs some guidance
Tourist : Excuse me, Sir.
Police : Yes. how can I help you?
Tourist : Thank you, Sir. I just need to know how to get to Chennai Airport.
Police : It is just five kilometers from here. By what mode do you plan to go?
Tourist : I shall take a bus.
Police : Then cross the road to the opposite side. Take bus route No. 18G.
Tourist : Does the bus stop right at the Airport?
Police : Yes, right in front of the airport at Tirisulam stop.
Tourist : Thank you very much Sir. Very kind of you.
Police : You’re most welcome.
3. Frame a dialogue with a minimum of ten exchanges for the given situation:
Build up a dialogue between two friends regarding the use of plastics
Arun : Hello.
Binu : Hello.
Arun : It seems you are on your way to the bazaar.
Binu : Quite right. How do you know?
Arun : The cloth bag in your hand of course.
Binu : Your guess is absolutely right.
Arun : I have n’t brought any. The shopkeeper will give carry bags.
Binu : Yes, but they are plastic or polythene. We should not use them.
Arun : Why? What’s wrong?
Binu : Plastic bag pollutes the soil. It is non-biodegradable. Clothe bag is simple but biodegradable.
Arun : Thank you. I will carry a cloth bag hereafter.
4. Frame a dialogue with a minimum of ten exchanges for the given situation:
Between a Post Master and a student who wants to open a savings account in the post office.
Student : Good morning sir.
PM : Good morning. What shall I do for you?
Student : Sir, I want to open a savings account.
PM : Have you brought your Aadhar card?
Student : Yes, sir.
PM : Have you brought two copies of passport size photograph of yourself?
Student : Yes sir.
PM : Fill in this application. How much do you wish to deposit now?
Student : Rs. 500/ – Sir.
PM : That is good to start with.
Student : Thank you sir.
5. Frame a dialogue with a minimum of ten exchanges for the given situation:
Between a mother and her daughter, discussing the daughter’s first salary day
Daughter : Hi, Mom!
Mother : Hi dear!
Daughter : Mom, I have a lot to tell you.
Mother : Tell me. Why are you late?
Daughter : I went to buy some thing for you and dad.
Mother : So, you bought a saree for me and clothes for dad.
Daughter : Yes Mom. But you look upset.
Mother : That’s nothing. We counted on your salary to pay your brother’s term fees.
Daughter : You did not even open the parcel.
Mother : Sorry dear, show me. Wow! How nice they are.
6. Frame a dialogue with a minimum of ten exchanges for the given situation:
Between two brothers/sisters discussing the job they would like to take up when they are older.
Manju : Now let us discuss what we want to be in future.
Mala : Okay. First you tell what you want to be?
Manju : I would like to pursue medicine.
Mala : I want to be an Engineer.
Manju : The country has enough engineers. There is a very poor health care
delivery system. So, I want to serve the poor.
Mala : If you take up medicine, your marriage will be delayed.
Manju : Don’t worry. Goal of life is not marriage my dear. It will happen when it has to.
Mala : Wish you Good luck.
Manju : Thanks, wish you the same.
Mala : Hope we both realize our dreams.
7. Frame a dialogue with a minimum of ten exchanges for the given situation:
Build a dialogue between a mother and her daughter, discussing the daughter’s first day in her new school.
Sudha : Hi, Mom.
Mother : Hi dear! How was your first day in school?.
Sudha : Mom, I have a lot to tell you about that.
Mother : Tell me. Why is your uniform stained?
Sudha : We had a drawing period Mom.
Mother : So, you stained your uniform. Go and change the dress.
Sudha : Okay
Mother : Why are you sad?
Sudha : You did not appreciate my drawing. My whole class gave me a standing ovation.
Mother : Sorry dear, show me. Wow! How lovely!
8. Frame a dialogue with a minimum of ten exchanges for the given situation:
Build a conversation between a Headmaster and an old student who has come to get a testimonial from the Headmaster
Old student : Good Morning, sir!
Headmaster : Good Morning, Hemant! How are you and what are you doing now?
Old student : Sir, I have just finished my graduation and I am looking for a job.
Headmaster : That’s good. What brings you here?
Old student : Sir, I have received an interview call from a leading software company for the post of Software Engineer. They are asking me to furnish a testimonial from you.
Headmaster : Can you meet me tomorrow? I shall keep it ready.
Old student : Sure, sir. I will meet you tomorrow. Good Day, Sir!
Headmaster : Okay. Have a great day.