Question type-1: Write a dialogue between you and a book-seller about buying book
Question type-2: Suppose you need to buy some books. For this reason you have gone to a book stall. Now,
Write a dialogue between you and a book-seller about buying book
A dialogue between myself and a book seller about buying some books
Myself : Hello brother; attention, please.
Book seller : Yes, how can I help you?
Myself : I need some books. Do you have the collection of plays by Shakespeare?
Book seller : Which version do you want—English or Bengali?
Myself : I need Bengali.
Book seller : Yes, we have almost all the plays by this writer. Which one do you want?
Myself : I want ‘Merchant of Venice’ and ‘Hamlet’
Book seller : Please just wait. Let me find out. (after finding) Here you are. Any more book?
Myself : Do you have full collection of Aesop’s fables in one volume?
Book seller : Sorry brother. Copies of this book have already run out.
Myself : When can I get it?
Book seller : You can get it just tomorrow.
Myself : Ok. (pointing to a book) Give me that book—‘Microsoft Word 2008’ by Mahbubur Rahman.
Book seller : Here you are.
Myself : Ok. How much do these books cost?
Book seller : Please pay 150 plus 150 plus 200 totaling Tk. 500.
Myself : Is there any commission?
Book seller : Actually you are billed excluding 15% commission.
Myself : Here is your money.
Book seller : Thank you. Come again.
Myself : Welcome.
When angry count to ten before you speak. If very angry, count to one hundred.
― Thomas Jefferson
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