A Dialogue

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A dialogue between a teacher and a student about home work

Teacher: Good morning, dear students.

Student: Good morning, sir.

T: Ali, bring your home work note-book to me.

S: Sorry sir. I forgot my note-book at home.

T: Did you do your home work?

S: Yes, sir. But I left my note-book at home.

T: How is it possible? I think you have not completed your home work and it is just an excuse.

S: Sorry sir. Infact, I had to go to my uncle's yesterday.

T: Do you prefer other things to your studies? Very strange thing.

S: My father asked me to go there.

T: That's right. After coming back, you could have completed your home work.

S: It was late at night when I came back.

T: If you do not work regularly, you will fail in the Exam. keep in mind that regularity conquers the mountains.

S: Next time, I shall be careful.

T: One more thing. There is nothing important than studies in the world.

S: I have realized it sir.
T: Now you must develop your routine and show me your note-book tomorrow.

S: O.K. Sir. I will complete my note-book today.

T: Now you sir down.

S: Thank you sir.

A dialogue between 2 frendz planning 4 their career choice

Naren- Well, Jatin! What are you going to be?

Jatin- I’ve a natural bent for mechanical occupations. So I want to be an engineer. Especially so, because our country now needs engineers in large numbers for nations-building and defense works. What are you going to do, Naren?

Naren- You know, my father is a doctor. He likes that I should take up that profession. What do you think of that, Jatin?

Jatin- Well, in choosing a career, you see whether it suits your temperament. If you like it, you should certainly take up this profession, particularly when your father himself belongs to that profession. That will you help you much. Isn’t it?

Naren-  Quite so. I like to be doctor, but want to go my native village and treat the people for normal fee. Most of them are poor. They die...
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