DIALOGUE BETWEEN YOU AND YOUR HEADMASTER ABOUT A SEAT IN THE SCHOOL HOSTEL

Question type-1: Write a dialogue between you and your headmaster about a seat in the school hostel.

Question type-2: Suppose you are Hasan, a student of class (ix) in a secondary school in Dhaka. Your family has shifted to other district. But you won’t leave your school. So you need a seat in the hostel of your school. Now,

1. Write a dialogue between you and your headmaster about a seat in the school hostel

Suggested answer:
A dialogue between myself (Hasan) and the Headmaster of my school about a seat in the school hostel—

Hasan : May I come in, sir?
Headmaster: Yes, What’s your problem?
Hasan : Sir, I’m in residence problem. I need a seat in the school hostel.
Headmaster: How long have you been in this school?
Hasan : More than three years.
Headmaster: Why do you need to live in the hostel now?
Hasan : Sir, my father is a government employee. Recently he has been transferred from here to Chittagong. My family has already shifted there. But we’ve decided not to leave my school.
Headmaster: Don’t you have any relative to reside with?
Hasan : No, sir. I neither have any relative nor have any other way.
Headmaster: Really a problem, I see. Where is your application?
Hasan : I’ve not yet prepared, sir?
Headmaster: OK, submit an application with the signature of your guardian. You’ll have your seat granted.
Hasan : OK, this is very kind of you. Thank you so much.
Headmaster: You’re welcome.


SOURCE: Dialogue⇒ dialogue between you and your headmaster about a seat in the school hostel


Question type-1: Write a dialogue between you and your headmaster about a seat in the school hostel.

Question type-2: Suppose you are Badal, a student of class (ix) in a secondary school in Chittagong. Your family has shifted to your father’s new workplace in other district. But you’ve decided not to leave your school. So you need a seat in the school hostel. Now,

2. Write a dialogue between you and the headmaster of your school about a seat in the school hostel

Suggested answer:
A dialogue between myself (Badal) and the Headmaster of my school about a seat in the school hostel—

Badal : May I come in, sir?
Headmaster: Yes, you may. Any problem?
Badal : Sir, I’m in residence problem. I need a seat in the school hostel.
Headmaster: Which class are you in?
Badal : In class (ix).
Headmaster: How long have you been in this school?
Badal : Since I started my school in class (vi).
Headmaster: Why do you need to live in the hostel now?
Badal : Sir, My father has recently joined his new job as an NGO officer. His workplace is in the district of Comilla. My family has already shifted from here to Comilla to the new workplace of my father. But we’ve decided not to leave my school.
Headmaster: Don’t you have any relative to reside with?
Badal : No, sir. I neither have any relative nor have any other way.
Headmaster: Really a problem, I see. Where is your application?
Badal : I’ve not yet prepared, sir?
Headmaster: OK, submit an application with the signature of your guardian. You’ll have your seat granted.
Badal : OK, this is very kind of you. Thank you so much.
Headmaster: You’re welcome.

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SOURCE: Dialogue⇒ dialogue between you and your headmaster about a seat in the school hostel


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