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Tamilnadu Samacheer Kalvi 12th English Construction of Dialogues
1. Frame a dialogue with a minimum of ten exchanges for the given situation: Between a man and his wife discussing the arrangements to be made to celebrate their child’s third birthday.
Naina : Maya’s third birthday falls on 15th December.
Poomi : I do know.
Naina : We must celebrate it differently this year.
Poomi : How?
Naina : We must prepare food for 20 persons.
Poomi : No, we will order it from a mess.
Naina : No, we will assist our cook to prepare the food.
Poomi : Are we going to invite 20 persons here?
Naina : No, we will take the food to the nearest orphanage.
Poorni : We can let Maya see us serv ing the food.
Naina : She will also leam to be kind to fellow humans.
Poomi : Yes. It is a good idea.
2. Frame a dialogue with a minimum of ten exchanges for the given situation: Between two cricket players after their team lost a match very narrowly
Arjun : You should have hit the last ball for six,
Han : 1 did try but it got deflected.
Arjun : The first fifteen overs were very rewarding. We had even thought we’d win.
Han : Truc, but after the fall of Shikar’s wicket, things changed.
Arjun : Yes. I saw how wickets started falling in quick succession.
Han : The new bowler from Australia is doing wonders with the ball.
Arjun : Yes, even ¡ found some of the balls very tricky.
Han : He changes the length and combines spin bowling with medium pace bowling.
Han : His bowling only turned the game on Australia’s favour.
Arjun : 0k! We will beat them in the next match.
Han : Yes, we must.
3. Frame a dialogue with a minimum of ten exchanges for the given situation: You have joined a new school. You meet a student. Introduce yourself and make friends with that student, requesting him/her to accompany you to school and back.
Myself : Hai, I am Swetha, a new student in your school.
Student : Oh, I see. In which class?
Myself : XIA section. May I know your sweet name?
Student : I am Radhika. I am a standard-X student. But my sister Anitha is there in
your class. I drop in to see her sometimes. When I don’t have special classes, we go home together.
Myself : When do you leave for school daily?
Student : 8.20 am.
Myself : Will you please allow me to join you?
Student : Certainly, I will.
Myself : Thank you, Radhika. It’s so kind of you.
Student : You are most welcome.
4. Frame a dialogue with a minimum of ten exchanges for the given situation: Between house owner and a tenant about hike of rent.
House owner : Mr. Ramesh, I wish to remind you that from this month you have to give 1000 rupees more rent.
Ram : Why Sir?
House owner : That’s what the rent agreement says.
Ram : Sir, there’s mosquito menace.
House owner : You need to protect yourself from it.
Ram : You need to cover the windows with netlon.
House owner : It will cost about Rs. 2000/
Ram : Can’t you do it as the owner of the house?
House owner : I can do it if you share 50% of the cost.
Ram : O.K. In that case, you postpone the rent hike to next year.
House owner : No, that’s not possible. You better find a new home then.
Ram : What?
5. Frame a dialogue with a minimum of ten exchanges for the given situation: Between a bank manager and a student who wants to open a bank account
Keerthi : Sir. 1 want to open a Savings account in your bank.
Manager : What for?
Keerthi : It is for my loan purpose, Sir.
Manager : Is it an educational Loan?
Keerthi : Yes, Sir.
Manager : GoodS Do you have a Ration Card?
Keerthi : Yes, Sir.
Manager : You should have some money for initial deposit say Rs 500 or Rs 1000/-.
Keerthi : Sure, Sir.
Manager : 0K. Take this application. Fill it in and bring 2 photographs.
Keerthi : Certainly. Thank you very much, Sir.
6. Frame a dialogue with a minimum of ten exchanges for the given situation: Between a book seller and a student.
Bookseller : Which book do you want?
Ravi : I want you to replace this dictionary.
Bookseller : Why?
Ravi : Few pages are tom, Sir.
Bookseller : Why didn’t you check it before leaving?
Ravi : I did check.
Bookseller : Then?
Ravi : At that time, I could not locate the problem.
Bookseller : Flave you brought the bill?
Ravi : Yes, Sir. Flere is it.
Bookseller : OK, take this new dictionary’.
7. Frame a dialogue with a minimum of ten exchanges for the given situation: Sheela enters a Jewel shop. Build a dialogue between her and the salesman.
Salesman : Welcome. What do you want?
Sheethal : I want a bracelet, Sir.
Salesman : Okay. Do you want bracelet with stones?
Sheethal : Yes, with latest design.
Salesman : No problem. Please tell me if you want to use it for everyday use or for social functions.
Sheethal : I want one for social occasions.
Salesman : Then, please try these. They are the best in Tamil Nadu.
Sheethal : I like this one. How much does it cost?
Salesman : It costs Rs. 39,999 /-
Sheethal : Please pack it up for me, Sir.
8. Frame a dialogue with a minimum of ten exchanges for the given situation: A college student is looking for buying Microbiology books. Build a conversation between the bookseller and the college student.
Droov : ExcusemeSir.
Bookseller : Good morning, welcome, Sir.
Droov : 1 want to buy some engineering books.
Bookseller : Which subject’?
Droov : Medical Microbiology books?
Bookseller : Title of the book?
Droov : Jawetz Melnick&Adelbergs Medical Microbiology.
Bookseller : We have the book with 4 different editions. Tell me the edition.
Droov : 4th edition.
Bookseller : Here il is. Pay Rs. 1096/-. Do you need any other books? We do seel second hand books which arc little cheaper.
Droov : Oh yes 1 need I need Statistics books too.
Bookseller : Here they are. It is only Rs. 500/-.
9. Frame a dialogue with a minimum of ten exchanges for the given situation: Build a dialogue between a mother of two babies and a doctor on the ways to prevent Dengue fever
Mother : Good evening, Doctor.
Doctor : Good evening. Anything wrong with your health?
Mother : No, Doctor; I am as fit as a fiddle.
Doctor : Then what brings you here?
Mother : In my neighbourhood. Dengue fever is spreading very fast.
Doctor : So, you want me to suggest some preventive medicines.
Mother : Yes doctor.
Doctor : If you take your kids to the Government Hospital, it will be free.
Mother : After the death of 60 babies in the Government Hospital in UP
Doctor : Come on. In Tamil Nadu, Government Hospitals are doing a great job.
However, if you want to have vaccination in my clinic, bring 1500 rupees tomorrow evening. We will get your kids the vaccination.
Mother : Thank you, Doctor.
Doctor : You are most welcome.
10. Frame a dialogue with a minimum of ten exchanges for the given situation: A dialogue between two girls after NEET results.
Priya : Why are you crying?
Neetha : I lost my chance to join medicine just by two marks.
Priya : Don’t be upset.
Neetha : Do you know how hard I worked?
Priya : I know’, Priya.
Neetha : I dreamt of joining AIIMS in New Delhi.
Priya : For a brilliant student like you, is medicine the only option?
Neetha : Of course not.
Priya : Then why do you worry?
Neetha : I delayed preparation believing that we will get waiver from NEET.
Priya : Don’t worry, we will talk to J.P. Gandhi Sir and explore other options
suitable to your talents and attitude.
Neetha : OK.