Question type-1: Write a dialogue between two friends about problem of illiteracy
Question type-2: Suppose one of your friends is Sajib. Once you were going to a nearby bazar. On your way, you came up with your friend who were returning home from his adult literacy center. Now,
Write a dialogue between you and your friend about the problem of illiteracy
A dialogue between my friend Sajib and me about the problem of illiteracy and how to eradicate it:
Myself: Hello Sajib, what about your adult literacy centre?
Sajib: Hello, all are good. Number of students is increasing day by day.
Myself: O, excellent! You are doing a great job. But, please tell me why you are trying to educate our illiterate villagers free.
Sajib: Listen, Raju. Illiteracy is similar to darkness. An ignorant person is not conscious about health, environment and even about his own rights. A country cannot be developed without educated people.
Myself: O, I see. Then, how can we eradicate illiteracy from the country?
Sajib: You know, government has taken a wide step to remove illiteracy.
Myself: That’s right; but, can government alone solve this problem?
Sajib: Certainly not. I think every educated person like you and I should come forward to educate the illiterate people of his own area.
Myself: I think guardians have also responsibilities.
Sajib: Of course, each and every child should be sent to school.
Myself: Right Sajib. I come to understand that I’m doing wrong not joining with you.
Sajib: Then, let’s come with me. I think you will be very helpful to my work.
Myself: It’s a pleasure for me.
SOURCE: Dialogue⇒ dialogue between two friends about problem of illiteracy
Discussion is an exchange of knowledge; an argument an exchange of ignorance.
― . Robert Quillen
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