Question type-1: Write a dialogue between you and your friend regarding your future plan after the publication of the result of your S.S.C examination
Question type-2: Suppose you are Tushar. One of your friends is Shishir. You have just completed your S.S.C examination. Now,
Write a dialogue between you and your friend regarding your future plan after the publication of the result of your S.S.C examination
A dialogue between Tushar and Shishir regarding our future plan after the publication of the result of our S.S.C examination
Tushar: Hey Shishir, our S.S.C examination has already ended. You seem to be sleeping and sleeping.
Shishir: Hmm Tushar, it’s really a pleasure. I feel I am a pigeon flying freely above the sky.
Tushar: Yes Shishir; no class, no study, no pressure, no tension. It seems that I am a king.
Shishir: However; what are you thinking to do after the publication of the result?
Tushar: Tell me first what about you? I am in a fix what to do.
Shishir: I’m going to join a computer training course.
Tushar: Computer training! It’s really a great plan. Where are you going to join?
Shishir: With Global Multimedia at Dhaka. It is a three-month course.
Tushar: Are you going to do MS Office course?
Shishir: No, friend. You know I’m already well up in MS Word and MS Excel. This is a graphic design (Photoshop) course.
Tushar: Excellent plan. Why have you chosen this course?
Shishir: Actually I have a passion for drawing and I always enjoy design works. My maternal uncle encouraged that I’d also be able to do good in computer graphics. Thus I come up with my right choice.
Tushar: In this connection I have also come up with my right choice.
Shishir: What’s that?
Tushar: What else except graphic design?
Shishir: Oh wonderful! Are you ready to join with me?
Tushar: Of course.
Shishir: Then it will be a great fun to work together.
Tushar: Thank you for your wise and timely decision.
SOURCE: Dialogue⇒ dialogue between you and your friend regarding your future plan after the publication of the result of your S.S.C examination
The only justice is to follow the sincere intuition of the soul, angry or gentle. Anger is just, and pity is just, but judgement is never just.
― D. H. Lawrence
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