Dialogue Writing From Reports

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Dialogue Writing From Reports :


A dialogue is the most natural form of exchanging ideas. It is not bound by strict rules of Grammar. The purpose of a dialogue is to convey thoughts clearly, crisply, cogently and naturally.


  1. Meeting some one

    Hallo, Ram
    How do you do?
    Pleased to meet you.



  2. Greeting someone

    Hallo, Gopal, how are you?
    Hi, Kala, nice to see you.



  3. Starting a conversation

    Excuse me.
    I beg your pardon.
    Hallo, how are you getting on?



  4. Making requests

    Will you come…….please?
    Would you come…., please?
    Could you give ……, please?
    Would you mind……..?



  5. Making an Offer

    Can I help you to .....?
    Shall I give you .....?
    Would you like me to ....?



  6. Accepting an offer

    Yes, please. Thank you.
    Yes, please. That’s very kind of you.



  7. Refusing an offer

    No, thank you.
    No, thank you. It’s all right. I can arrange.



  8. Seeking permission

    Will you allow permit me to….?
    Would you mind……..?
    Do you mind if….?
    May I ……?
    Can I …….?



  9. Giving an invitation

    Come in, won’t you?
    Have a cup of tea, won’t you?
    Won’t you stay a little longer?



  10. Accepting an invitation

    Thank you very much.
    That is very kind of you.
    That’s very nice of you. Thank you.



  11. Refusing an invitation

    That’s very kind of you. But I’m afraid….
    Thank you very much. I’m sorry…..
    I’m afraid……
    I’d love to but I’m afraid…..



  12. Asking for Advice

    What shall I do?
    Could you please…..
    Why don’t you…..?



  13. Giving Advice

    You should……..
    You ought to……..
    You’d better…….
    I’d advise you to …….



  14. Making Suggestion

    Don’t make so much noisy.
    Don’t be silly.
    Let’s start early, shall we?
    Will / would you……?
    You might……
    Would you mind………
    What about…….
    How about…….
    You’d better……



  15. Agreeing with a suggestion

    Fine / O.K.
    Good idea
    Yes, let’s do that
    Yes, why not?



  16. Disagreeing with a suggestion

    No, I don’t agree.
    Not at all.
    I’m afraid I …….



  17. Intention

    I intend / plan / mean to …….
    It’s my intention / plan to….
    Our intention is that…..
    He’s going to…….



  18. Opinion

    What do you think about……
    I think / I feel…….
    I don’t think….
    What is your opinion about…….
    In my opinion……



  19. Promise

    I promise to…..
    Please promise not to …..
    You don’t keep promise that……



  20. Complementing or wishes

    Congratulations!
    May God bless you!
    May you have a long and happy life!
    Long may you live to enjoy it!
    Much good may it do you!
    Well, have a good time!
    Enjoy yourselves!



  21. Sympathy

    Better luck next time.
    Never mind.
    I’m sorry to hear about……
    I was very sorry to…….
    Please accept my deepest sympathy on……



  22. Warning

    Mind!
    Look out!
    If you aren’t careful……
    I warn you.



  23. Parting

    Good bye!
    Good night!
    See you later.
    Well, I must be going now, Good bye!
    I will see you later.



  24. Reminding

    Don’t forget.
    Remember
    Make sure



  25. Apologizing

    I’m really sorry
    Please forgive me
    Pardon me
    I must apologize



  26. Thanking

    Thank you.
    Thanks a lot
    It’s very kind of you.
    I owe you much
    It’s very thoughtful of you.



  27. Offering Help

    What can I do for you?
    Can I help you?
    Let me do what I can.

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