DIALOGUE BETWEEN A PASSENGER AND A RICKSHAW PULLER [46A]

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

Question type-2: Suppose you are Rashed living at Kamalapur, Dhaka. You want to go to Rampura for an urgent piece of business by rickshaw. Now,

1. Write a dialogue between you and a rickshaw puller

Suggested answer:

A dialogue between myself {passenger) and a rickshaw puller—

Passenger: Rickshaw…..rickshaw…..
Rickshaw puller: Good morning, sir. Where to go?
Passenger: Would you go to Rampura?
Rickshaw puller: Sorry sir. Traffic jam is common on the way to Rampura.
Passenger: Are you meaning going via Kakrail and Malibag?
Rickshaw puller: yes, sir. I have bitter experience on that road.
Passenger: But you can go via Khilgaon. That way is almost free from traffic jam.
Rickshaw puller: That’s a longer way, sir. It will take more time to go by that road.
Passenger: But don’t worry. I’ll pay you more. How much is your fare?
Rickshaw puller: Usual fare from Kamalapur to Rampura is Tk. 50.00. But you have to pay now Tk. 10 more.
Passenger: Ok, brother, I agree (getting on the rickshaw) Please don’t drive fast. I like slow driving.
Rickshaw puller: Ok, sir, don’t worry. I am always careful of my driving.

SOURCE: Dialogue⇒ dialogue between you and a rickshaw puller


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