Question type-1: Write a dialogue between you and your friend about borrowing a book.
Question type-2: Suppose you are Shimu, a secondary school student of class nine. One of your friends is Rimu who read with you in the same class. Recently you have lost one of your books. Your exam is near at hand. So you need to borrow one from someone. Now,
1. Write a dialogue between you and your friend about borrowing a book
A dialogue between myself (Shimu) and my friend (Rimu) about borrowing a book—
Rimu: Hi Shimu, you seem to be anxious. Anything wrong?
Shimu: You know Rimu, science teacher rebuked me for not preparing my homework.
Rimu: Oh, I see. But what was your problem?
Shimu: Truly speaking, I lost my Science book.
Rimu: Really! Then it’s not a problem. You can borrow a book for the time being.
Shimu: Who would lend me? Exam is ahead. Everybody needs her own book.
Rimu: Why? I can lend you if you ask for.
Shimu: But Rimu, how will you manage your Science homework.
Rimu: Listen Shimu, you are my friend. It is my duty to stand by you in your problem. Wait… take this book for tonight. School is closed tomorrow. So, return the book next afternoon?
Shimu: You are really great Rimu.
Rimu: And I will give it back again after two days. This means we’ll share this book until the exam comes.
Shimu: It’s a good idea. But I fear I disturb your study.
Rimu: Don’t worry, Shimu. I have almost covered up my syllabus of Science.
Shimu: Thank you a lot.
Rimu: You’re always welcome.
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