Question type-1: Write a dialogue between you and a foreigner.

Question type-2: Suppose once you were walking on the road. Suddenly a foreigner drew your attention and asked direction to a nearby hotel. Now,

Write a dialogue between you and a foreigner who has come to Bangladesh for the first time

Suggested answer:
A dialogue between myself and a foreigner who has come to Bangladesh for the first time.

Foreigner: Hello, excuse me.
Myself : Yes.
Foreigner: I am a new comer in this city. Are you a city dweller here?
Myself : Yes, where are you from?
Foreigner: From Thailand. Where is the Hotel Osmani International?
Myself : Welcome to Bangladesh. It is in Gulistan, one of the busiest places of Dhaka city.
Foreigner: How can I get there and how far is it?
Myself : It is about twenty kilometers from here. You can get there either by taxi or CNG auto-rickshaw.
Foreigner: Oh, I like to go by taxi. How may the fare be?
Myself : About Tk. 500.00.
Foreigner: Thank you, brother. I’ve come to Bangladesh on tour. I heard that snatching is a common occurrence here. Now, I am afraid I fall prey to snatchers.
Myself : Oh, no, brother. Actually, snatching occurs in almost every city of the world. Dhaka is not out of them. It does not mean that snatching occurs here frequently. However, you should get alert, especially, after evening.
Foreigner: Ok. Thank you very much. I am really grateful to you.
Myself : No mention. Happy journey in Bangladesh.


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