A dialogue between a bookseller and a student

August 25, 2019
This is a conversation between a bookseller shopkeeper and a student customer regarding buying books. You can see that the customer is a student and he wants to buy some books on a bookseller's shop. The dialogues between them are given below.

Dialogue Between a bookseller and customer

Bookseller: Good Morning. May I help you?

Student: Yes, I want to buy some books.

Bookseller: There are different kinds of books here. What kind of books you want?

Student: I want storybooks for children.

Bookseller: have you any particular choice?

Student: Yes I want to buy interesting stories about jungles and animals.

Bookseller: You can see "Friends' Park" and "Happy Jungle".

Student: Are these about animals?

Bookseller: These are the two best selling books about animals stories.

Student: Ok, Let me see.

Bookseller: Here these are! Any other book?

Students: These are really fine. I was looking for such books. I would buy these two and also show me a good book on English Grammar.

Bookseller: I would recommend you to buy "Smart Book of English Grammar" by Saif Ullah Zahid.

Student: Is this a perfect book for grammar?

Bookseller: This is the latest and the most popular book of 2020. You will find everything written in a simple and easy way.

Student: Add it to cart for sure. Have you any book on Islamic history?

Bookseller: I am sorry we don't have Islamic books. We just only have science and fiction books and languages books.

Student: Where can I buy Islamic Books?

Bookseller: You can buy any Islamic book at "Zahid Islamic Centre" right at the corner to the left.

Student: Ok, thanks. How much I have to pay for these?

Bookseller: Rs 430 Sir. I have given you 5% discount.

Student: Thanks. Here is your payment.

Bookseller: Thanks for coming. Goodbye.

Student: Goodbye.

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A dialogue between tailor and customer regarding stitching

August 23, 2019
Below is given a dialogue between a tailor and a customer about the stitching of the clothes before the eid. If your tailor does not stitch the clothes in time what will you do? Of course, it will be an unhappy occasion for you. So, in what way will you tackle your tailor? The given dialogue gives you a sample conversation and you will have an idea after reading this.

A dialogue between a tailor and a customer

Tailor: How may I help you, sir?

Customer: I want to buy some cloth for a suit.

Tailor: Sure sir. Come in here.

Customer: Thanks. Let me see a good quality suit for a wedding ceremony.

Tailor: Which colour would you like to take?

Customer: I would prefer a light blue colour.

Tailor: Here is a variety of suits in light blue colour. You can choose one from it.

Customer: How much will I pay for a suit from it?

Tailor: This is Rs 20 per meter.

Customer: How much will require for my suit? Here are my measurements.

Tailor: You should buy 5 meters.

Customer: OK. but the price is too high. Can you give a discount?

Tailor: If you want to get it stitched from us, we will give you a discount of Rs 20.

Customer: So nice of you. Here is the money. Please stitch it by 15 of this month.

Tailor: Ok Sir. would you like double stitching or single?

Customer: I would like double stitching.

Tailor: How many pockets and the types of buttons would you prefer?

Customer: Please attach the simple but fine buttons and make three pockets.

Tailor: Fine! but can you give us two more days for stitching as we have already a decent workload?

Customer: No, I have to attend a wedding function on 16th. So, I must get my suit before the wedding day.

Tailor: Ok. you will get it on 15th then.

Customer: Thanks. Goodbye

Tailor: Nice to have you here sir. Goodbye.

More such dialogues below:

1. A Dialogue between a mother and a daughter about studies
2. A dialogue between a country boy and a town boy
3. A dialogue between a traffic warden and a taxi driver
4. A dialogue between a shopkeeper and a customer about high prices
5. A dialogue between the two friends about the choice of profession

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A dialogue between shopkeeper and customer about rising prices

August 22, 2019
This is a dialogue between a shopkeeper and a customer where they discuss the rising prices of the goods, products, and commodities of life. The conversation is about high prices and customers bargaining power.

High prices and rising prices

Today, the prices of all goods and services are out of control. There are mafias behind inflation. The poor people can hardly buy the things they need in daily life.

Dialogue between shopkeeper and customer

Below is the dialogue between a customer and a shopkeeper.

Customer: Please given me 10 kg sugar, 2 kg salt, 1 kg beans, and 2-liter cooking oil.

Shopkeeper: Sure sir. Here is your order.

Customer: Where is the bill?

Shopkeeper: Here is your bill, sir.

Customer: Oh my God! so much money? Have you overcharged to me?

Shopkeeper: No sir, Not at all. We do not overcharge a penny. The bill is original.

Customer: I bought the same thing last month and the bill was 100 rupees less than this bill.

Shopkeeper: The prices of everything has risen, sir. Sugar has got 5 rupees high per kilogram. and so is the matter with cooking oil.

Customer: So, why have you not displayed a notice board about new prices?

Shopkeeper: It is still with the printing press. I ordered it 5 days ago. They told me to deliver in two days. But they are still telling that I would get it in the evening.

Customer: Oh! That is incredible. why prices have risen suddenly so high?

Shopkeeper: It is due to the rise in the price of fuel and transportation charges.

Customer: Oh I see. This is totally unfair. A poor person is already making both ends meet and then this inflation. How would a poor man manage to get everyday acidities of life?

Shopkeeper: We have already charged very nominal pice to your sir, Let me give you 20 rupees discount.

Customer: It will be a good favor.

Shopkeeper: I hope the prices will not rise for the next 5 to 6 months. Here is your discount. Now pay the bill.

Customer: Here it is.

Shopkeeper: Thanks.

Customer: Thanks and goodbye.

Shopkeeper: Goodbye.

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1. A dialogue between a doctor and a patient about headache
2. A dialogue between a teacher and a student about studies
3. A dialogue between a mother and a daughter about studies
4. A dialogue between a countryman and a townsman

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What is a dialogue? How a dialogue is written? What are some sample dialogues?

August 21, 2019

A Dialogue

How dialogue is written? What are some sample dialogues? Why we need to write dialogues? All these questions have been addressed in this post.

Dialogue means a talk between two persons. It is the combination of two words "di" and "logue". Di means "two" and logue means "talk". Dialogue writing is a basic feature of drama writing. Dialogues are simply a conversation between two persons. The writes just what two characters say to each other.

For example, a simple dialogue between two persons is as:

A: What is the time?
B: It is nine O'clock.

Thus a dialogue is the exchange of words between the two persons. Dialogue writing enables the writer to gain a command of spoken English.

The principles of writing dialogue:


  1. Dialogues are written in spoken expressions - not in a formal literary language
  2. Dialogues include abbreviations such as won't, can't, I'm, it's and I'll etc.
  3. The exclamations like Good Heavens!, Really!, How nice!Well done!, Superb! etc are used.
  4. Instead of complete sentences, use phrases and punctuation.
  5. The characters in the dialogue should illustrate the contextual knowledge of their trade
  6. Dialogue should not be lengthy - usually, 1500 words are good

Your dialogue should be:

  1. Realistic
  2. Conservational
  3. On a single given topic
  4. correctly punctuated

Here are some sample dialogues to be considered for deep understanding

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A dialogue between a countryman and a townsman

August 21, 2019
This is a dialogue between a city boy and a village boy. Or you can say both countryman and townsman have a conversation comparing city life and village life. A short conversation between village and city child is given below.

Dialogue between a countryman and townsman

If you read the dialogue carefully, you will come to know how dialogue is written.

Conversation comparing city life and village life

Ahmad: When did you come back from your university Ali?

Ali: I came back last Friday.

Ahmad:  Why did you come back so early? didn't you take your midterm exams?

Ali: I got seriously ill there. I got myself checked by specialists doctors and got good treatment but I could not recover. My friends and my doctors asked me to go back home to the village. I would have some moments in the fresh air and pollution-free environment.

Ahmad: Oh, I am sorry to hear about your illness. How are you now?

Ali: I am quite well now. I feel fresh and energetic in the natural environment of the village here.

Ahmad: Good. Why did you fell ill?

Ali: City life is very busy life you know. I had to work from day to night taking tuitions and earning money for my expenses. I overworked. The pollution, the smoke of traffic and factories had a bad effect on my health. That is why I could not recover there. Life is mechanical in the cities. One has no time for friends and family. Technology has changed the behavior and attitudes of the people.

Ahmad: That is why I love to be in the village; a calm, peaceful, natural environment. Everyone has much time to sit with and talk to others. Many mild problems are solved by just sharing them with others. People are simple and honest. They have no lust for money and wealth. They live a simple life. I love village life.

Ali: You are right. but both the city and village life has dark aspects too. There are no proper educational and medical facilities in the villages. Cities have modern hospitals, universities, roads, banks, markets, factories and a lot of jobs opportunities.

Ahmad: I know, but everyone has his own choice. You should take care of your health while living at the hostel. I would suggest you not to earn on the cost of your health.

Ali: I have already decided to quit one home tuition. I will now spare some time to take rest daily.

Ahmad: Good. Best of Luck.

Ali: thanks

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2. A dialogue between a teacher and a student about studies
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A dialogue between a traffic police and a driver

August 20, 2019
This is a dialogue between a traffic police constable of an officer and the taxi driver or a stranger. The stranger taxi drives comes up with a traffic Warden and they have a conversation which is given below.

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A Dialogue between a traffic police Warden and Driver

The drivers are usually in the habit of rash driving so they are often challaned for this. The traffic police officers perform their responsibilities in keeping the traffic flowing smoothly.

A Dialogue between Traffic police and Stranger

The dialogue is given below

Dialogue

Traffic Warden: Where is your seat belt?

Driver: Sir, I am sorry. I forgot to wear a seatbelt. I just wear it.

Traffic Warden: No. You were driving without a seatbelt. So, you are going to pay a challan here.

Driver: How much it is?

Traffic Warden: It is Rs 500.

Driver: Please sir, I am an ordinary taxi driver. I cannot pay such a heavy fine. I hardly earn Rs 500 a day. I request you to let me go. I will not forget to wear a seatbelt again.

Traffic Warden: So, you mean I should let you go without charging any fine?

Driver: Sir, I am a poor man. I always wear a seat belt but I don't know how I forgot it today.

Traffic Warden: OK. Now you will not forget again. I am cutting a challan of Rs 500.

Driver: Sir, I told you the reason. I cannot pay such heavy fine. Can you forgive me this time?

Traffic Warden: Law and rules are equal for everyone. You broke the rule by not wearing a seat belt. If I do not fine you, then I would break the rule. That is why the traffic in our cities so unruly.

Driver: Kindly charge me less if you are determined to charge. I would say, I can only pay Rs 200.

Traffic Warden: That could be possible. But be careful next time. I am going to give you a challan of Rs 200.

Driver: Thanks sir. I will be careful next time.

Traffic Warden: Here is your challan.

Driven: Thanks, sir.

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2. A dialogue between a teacher and student about studies
3. A dialogue between shopkeeper and customer about high prices
4. A dialogue between a mother and daughter about studies
5. A dialogue between a village boy and a city boy

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1st year physics textbook PDF download

August 19, 2019
1st year F.Sc part 1 biology text book in PDF is available here. The books of 1st-year class 11 are available by Punjab textbook board across all Punjab boards. 1st year Physics book and notes also available here.

1st year Physics textbook PDF

Now the downloadable book is available in pdf. Zahid Notes is a place where you can find study material for all classes. This text book is of PTCB Lahore. This is a very low memory digital textbook and you can download it for free.

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Rappaccini's Daughter Story Theme of Love and Parenting

August 19, 2019
The theme of the short story Rappaccini's Daughter is quite obvious. The story is a fantasy. The possible themes are given below.

Rappaccini's Daughter theme of Love

The story revolves around the love of a father for his daughter and the love of a girl for a boy. The love is a fascinating state that takes hold of the mind of the lover and beloved and they live in a fantasy world where there is a flood of love and sentiments. The story shows us how a young girl, Beatrice, lay her life for her love. The love wins but it costs two lives for this. Giovanni knows that Beatrice is poisoned. He knows that touching her means death to him. Yet, love makes him meet her. He becomes infected the poisons and becomes poisonous too. Beatrice too crosses the limits in the passion. She drinks the antidot to prove her innocence to Giovanni. She dies and Giovanni, knowing well what it would do, drinks the same antidote. The love ends in what it often ends in. Now love has taken two innocent lives. The writer wants to cast a message that love is really blind. Love will make you embrace snakes. Love will make you drink poisons and you will drink it proudly. That is what is called the love theme of the story.

The theme of the story Parenting

One can easily realize the power of intoxication of knowledge and science. The man can do anything if he has the only objective to become famous and powerful. The story shows us the dark sides of science and modernity. In order to secure worldly fame and name, parents can sacrifice their parental sentiments. Rappaccini in the story is the symbol of corrupted versions of the natural order.  The craze and lust for fame destroy the life of his own daughter. He is too possessed by his wicked research project to become a good father. Parenting is not mare a relation. It demands many things from both sides. Parents give sacrifices for their children. Beatrice is the story is the symbol of innocence which is being exploited by many dangerous minds like that of Rappaccini.  It is surprising that the plant, which seemed so poisonous to Rappaccini, would not harm Beatrice, her daughter. We find that Beatrice has a special relationship with poison. She can embrace deadly plant and call it her sister without being harmed. Her father does not comment on her affectionate touches to the poisonous plants just because he wants some other outcomes. Instead of keeping his daughter safe, he gives her instructions like he would give to his research assistant.

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Paragraph on Finding myself in a wrong bus

August 15, 2019
If I find myself in a wrong bus, I can do many things. The following paragraph shows how will I feel and what will I do if I board a wrong bus. If I find myself in a wrong bus than, the things I can do are the following.

Boarding a Wrong Bus

Short Paragraph

If I find that I have mistakenly boarded a wrong bus, the first thing I will do is to inform the conductor about it. I will request him to drop me at the next bus-stop. If he agrees and drops me there, I will step down or if he wants to charge me for the distance I covered, I will pay him the fare. I will hire an auto or will wait for another bus which goes to my route. If I have to go back to the stations where I boarded the wrong bus, I will hire an auto or will go by bus there. I will reach there and will wait for the right bus. I will catch the right bus to reach my destination.

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