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We also providing Extra Questions for Class 10 English Chapter wise.
Dialogue Writing for Class 10 Format, Examples, Topics, Exercises PDF
Writing a dialogue must follow certain basic rules.
- The language should be simple depending upon the relationship between the speakers.
- Though a dialogue should read like real speech, the dull parts should be taken out. A real conversation would be completely boring to read. Edit out the filler words and unessential dialogue – that is, the dialogue that does not contribute to a given situation.
David has met with an accident. His friends Rahul and Varun are talking about him. Read the dialogue between them.
Rahul: Do you know that David was hit by a two-wheeler?
Varun: Oh no! When did it happen?
Rahul: He was hit by a motorcycle on his way back from school yesterday.
Varun: How did it happen?
Rahul: He was crossing the road at a zebra crossing when a speeding motorcyclist jumped the traffic light and knocked him down.
Varun: Is he badly injured?
Rahul: He has fractured his arm.
Varun: Oh that’s sad! I suppose he will not be able to participated the Inter-school swimming competition next week. He was sure to have won the trophy this year, too.
Rahul: Yes. He was quite upset about it.
Dialogue Writing Solved Example for Class 10 CBSE
Diagnostic Test – 14
Ram and Shyam are discussing their plans for the weekend. Complete the dialogue below in a suitable way in around 100 words.
Ram: (a) …………………………. .
Shyam: I don’t have any special plan.
Ram: How do you like the idea (b) …………………………. .
Shyam: That sounds lovely, but (c) …………………………. .
Ram: I’ll come to your house this evening and request your parents to allow you to join the picnic.
Shyam: Hey, that’s a good idea.
Ram: (d) …………………………. .
Shyam: Yes, I don’t think they are going out tonight.
Ram: Then I’ll definitely come and meet them. By the way, (e) …………………………. .
Shyam: No, I haven’t, but I’ve heard it’s a lovely picnic spot.
(a) What are you doing this weekend, Shyam?
(b) of going for a picnic to the Dal Lake?
(c) I will have to seek my parents’ permission.
(d) Should I come over in the evening?
(e) have you ever visited Dal Lake
Choose the right options from the ones given below:
- I will have to seek my parents’ permission.
- have you ever visited Dal Lake?
- Should I come over in the evening?
- of going for a picnic to the Dal Lake?
- What are you doing this weekend, Shyam?
Dialogue Writing Practice Example for Class 10 CBSE
1. You go to borrow a book from the library, but the librarian says a book has been issued to you three weeks ago and is overdue. Talk to your librarian explaining why you need this book you are asking for now. Also explain why the other book is overdue. Write the conversation in 100 words.
2. You are undecided as to the stream you will choose in Class XI. Ask an elder for advice. Write the conversation in 100 words.
3. You have to go for a wedding but are not familiar with the venue. Ask a passer-by for directions. Write the conversation between yourself and the passer-by in 100 words.
4. Rajat/Rajini has gone to the railway station to make reservations. Write the conversation between him/her and the person at the ticket counter as he/she makes enquiries about the train route and/or accommodation in the train. Write the conversation in 100 words.