DIALOGUE BETWEEN TWO FRIENDS ABOUT ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF VILLAGE LIFE AND TOWN LIFE

Question type-1: Write a dialogue between you and your friend about advantages and disadvantages of village life and town life.

Question type-2: Suppose you are Fahim living in a village. One of your friends is Nobel who lives in a town. Once you went to visit to Nobel’s house for some days. Before your departure, Nobel asked you how you enjoyed town life. Now,

1. Write a dialogue between you and your friend about advantages and disadvantages of village life and town life

Suggested answer:
A dialogue between myself (Fahim) and my friend (Nobel) about the advantages and disadvantages of village life and town life—

Nobel: Is it tomorrow when you are going to leave town, Fahim?
Fahim: Yes, Nobel, early in the morning.
Nobel: How did you enjoy town life, Fahim?
Fahim: Impressive life—I’ve spent with a friend like you. But, Noble; I think town is not to stay so long. If I live in town for long, I feel I’m a fish out of water.
Nobel: That means—
Fahim: City life is artificial; everybody is in the habit of leading a mechanical life. Nobody takes any notice to other. Nobody comes forward to help even his neighbors in their danger.
Nobel: Right, Fahim. But there are many advantages in town that the village lacks such as easy means of transport and communication, good schools and colleges, hospitals, offices etc.
Fahim: But where would you get fresh air, pure oxygen, charming natural beauty and pollution-free environment? City atmosphere is harmful to health; there is din and bustle everywhere.
Nobel: I agree with you, Fahim but there are gas, electricity and water supply facilities in town what is essential to live a comfortable life. City people are rational and free from superstition.
Fahim: Village people are simple-minded and hospitable. They are cooperative and compassionate to one another.
Nobel: Oh, it appears that we’re in a debating competition for and against village life and town life.
Fahim: Ha! Ha! Ha! I invite you to village to refresh yourself in touch of nature, at times.
Nobel: I also invite you to town to have the taste of luxurious life, at times.


SOURCE: Dialogue⇒ dialogue between you and your friend about advantages and disadvantages of village life and town life


Question type-1: Write a dialogue between you and your friend about advantages and disadvantages of village life and town life.

Question type-2: Suppose you are Shishir living in a village. One of your friends is Tuahar who has lived both in town and village in his life. Recently you’ve intended to go to town for your higher study. Now,

2. Write a dialogue between you and your friend about advantages and disadvantages of village life and town life

Suggested answer:
A dialogue between myself (Shishir) and my friend (Tushar) about the advantages and disadvantages of village life and town life—

Tushar: Hey Shishir, I’ve heard you are going to town for higher study.
Shishir: Yes, Tushar. But I’m afraid of town life.
Tushar: What made you think negative of town life?
Shishir: I know town people like to lead an artificial life. They are not cooperative and sympathetic to one another.
Tushar: That’s right, Shishir. But that’s not the only aspect of life. I’ve spent half of my life in town.
Shishir: I seek your guidance in this case, Tushar.
Tushar: Townsmen lead mechanical life but they are rational and don’t like to practice other people’s fault. There are many advantages in town that the village lacks such as easy means of transport and communication, good schools and colleges, hospitals, offices etc.
Shishir: But the environment of town is polluted. In the town, there are no fresh air, pure oxygen to breathe in, formalin-free food, pacific nature that soothes our body and mind that the villagers normally enjoy.
Tushar: Yet, in town, there is every equipment essential for a comfortable life. There you’ll have gas, electricity, water supply facilities and all arrangements for recreation, office, shop, park—everything at your hand.
Shishir: Oh, Tushar, I’m slightly assured at your words. But I’m not sure whether I can get accustomed to town life.
Tushar: I believe you can. And if you can cope with urban culture once, you won’t want to come back to village.
Shishir: Thank you, for your valuable information and encouraging words. For the time being, my aim is to complete my study.
Tushar: Hope for the best. Good luck.

SOURCE: Dialogue⇒ dialogue between you and your friend about advantages and disadvantages of village life and town life


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