Dialogue between two friends about the preparation for the SSC examination

Writing a dialogue between two friends about preparation for an examination is an important writing topic for students. So, students should know how to write a dialogue about preparation for an examination. More and more practice will help students to write the dialogue without grammatical and spelling mistakes.

Best wishes to the students.

(Dialogue-1): Write a dialogue between two friends about their preparation for the upcoming SSC exam.

Suppose, you are Sabiha. Samiha is your close friend. You and Samiha study in class ten in the same school. Now write a dialogue between you and Samiha about preparation for the coming SSC examination.

Answer:

Sabiha: Good morning.

Samiha: Good morning.

Sabiha: How are you?

Samiha: Fine. What about you?

Sabiha : I am also fine. I am looking for you.

Samiha: Why? Do you have any special topics to discuss?

Sabiha: I would like to discuss with you about the preparation for the SSC exam.

Samiha: Oh! Very good topic to discuss. Just a few days left before our exam.

Sabiha: I am scared about the exam.

Samiha: Me too. It’s natural because this is the first public exam in our life.

Sabiha: How is your preparation for the exam?

Samiha: I think my preparation is not so good and not so bad for the SSC exam. What about you?                    

Sabiha: You know I’m weak in math. But with the help of our math teacher, I could overcome my problem in math.

Samiha: That’s very good.

Sabiha: Now, I’m hopeful of getting an A+ in all the subjects in the SSC exam.

Samiha: Best of luck.

Sabiha: Thank you.

Samiha: You are always welcome.

(Dialogue-2): Between two friends about their preparation for the ensuing first-year final exam

Aditi: Hello Adrita.

Adrita: Hello.

Aditi: Where have you been for the last couple of days? I have been missing you.

Adrita: I have been sick. That’s why I could not come to college.

Aditi: So sad. How are you right now?

Adrita: Somewhat good.

Aditi: As you are sick instead of coming to college you should take a rest and stay at home.

Adrita: But after a couple of weeks our first-year final exam will be held. I haven’t got the syllabus and suggestions for the exam. How can I stay at home keeping the stress of the exam?

Aditi: Ok. No problem. I have suggestions for all the subjects. Let’s go to our classroom I will write the suggestions in your diary.

Adrita: How generous you are my dear friend! How is your preparation for the exam?

Aditi: Not good. You know I have an English phobia. The main reason for my phobia of English is I do not have writing skills. If the topic is uncommon I can’t write of my own. And whatever I write so many grammatical and spelling mistakes are there. What should I do?

Adrita: Just write more and more. If you keep writing at one stage you will be able to write an error-free composition.

Aditi: I will follow your suggestion. What about your preparation?

Adrita: I could not study well. But I am hopeful of doing well in the exam.

Aditi: It’s natural because you are a good student.

Adrita: But without hard work, no one can be a good student and get a good exam result.

Aditi: Right you are. Thank you, friend.

Adrita: You are always welcome.

(Dialogue-3): Dialogue about the preparation for the SSC exam

Suppose, you are Tanha an SSC examinee. Samiha is your friend and also an SSC examinee. Now write a dialogue between you and Samiha about your preparation for the SSC examination.

Tanha: Hi Samiha.

Samiha: Hi Tanha.

Tanha: Samiha, last few days you have been absent from school.

Samiha: My mother is sick. I am the eldest daughter. So, I have to look after everything.

Tanha: How is Aunty right now?

Samiha: Somewhat good.

Tanha: To take care of your mother you should stay at home.

Samiha: After a few weeks our SSC exam will be held. How can I stay at home keeping the stress of the exam? I have come to school to take part in the model test. The model test is very important for SSC preparation.

Tanha: You are right. By taking part in model test we will be able to remove our exam fear. It will also help us to prepare well for the SSC exam.

Samiha: How is your preparation for the exam?

Tanha: Not good. I am very nervous about the exam.

Samiha: Me too. I am in high tension.

Tanha: You know, I am not good at writing. Whatever I write so many grammatical and spelling mistakes are there. What should I do?

Samiha: Just practice writing more. If you keep writing at one stage you will be good at writing.

Tanha: I am also weak in math. How can I overcome my weakness in math?

Samiha: The only solution to overcome weakness in math is more and more practice.

Tanha: Good suggestion. How is your preparation?

Samiha: My preparation is not good.

Tanha: You are a good student. I hope you will do well in the exam.

Samiha: Consistency is the key to success. Our only focus should be our exam.

Tanha: You are right. Let’s go to our classroom.

Samiha: Let’s go.

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