Dialogue about the advantages and disadvantages of village and city life

Dialogue about the advantages and disadvantages of village and city life is an important and common dialogue in the syllabus. So, students should know how to write a dialogue about the advantages and disadvantages of village and city life. More and more practice will help the students to get good scores in the exam.

Lots of good wishes to the students.

(Dialogue-1): Write a dialogue between you and your friend about the advantages and disadvantages of village and city life

Suppose, you are a student of class ten of a school. Rakib is your best friend and he also studies with you. Now write a dialogue between you and your friend Rakib about the advantages and disadvantages of village and city life.

Answer:

Myself: Good afternoon Rakib.

Rakib: Good afternoon.

Myself: How are you?

Rakib: I am good. What about you?

Myself: Me too. I have been looking for you for the last couple of days.

Rakib: Why? Do you have any special?

Myself: Yes, I would like to discuss with you the advantages and disadvantages of village life and city life.

Rakib: Well, you know, there are both advantages and disadvantages in village and city life.

Myself: Would you please tell me some advantages and disadvantages of village life?

Rakib: The main advantages of villages are that you will get fresh air, fresh vegetables, fresh water, fresh fish, etc. And on the other hand, some disadvantages of villages are lack of good schools and colleges, lack of electricity and broadband internet, lack of good communication system, etc.

Myself: Now, please tell me some advantages and disadvantages of city life.

Rakib: There are so many advantages of city life. Such as modern communication systems, good educational institutions, modern medical facilities, etc. On the other hand, the disadvantages are polluted air, sound pollution, crimes, high living costs, etc.

Myself: Thank you for your valuable information.

Rakib: Thank you also.

(Dialogue-2): Dialogue between two friends about village and city life

Suppose, you are Sumon a High School student. Shamim is your close friend. Now write a dialogue between you and your friend Shamim about the good and bad sides of village and city life.

Answer:

Sumon: Hello Shamim.

Shamim: Hello Sumon.

Sumon: How is going on everything?

Shamim: Not bad. How have you been?

Sumon: Pretty good. Let’s talk about the good and bad sides of village and city life.

Shamim: We live in a city that’s why we assume city life is better than village life.

Sumon: Do you think village life is better than city life?

Shamim: We should not generalize that city life is better than village life or village life is better than city life.

Sumon: I do agree with you. However, I would like to hear a few good sides of village life.

Shamim: Social bondage is a very important feature of village life. Everyone knows everyone. Everyone takes care of everyone.

Sumon: Perfect point. But in cities, even the people in your nearby flat may not know you.

Shamim: You can lead a hassle-free, pollution-free life in villages. But you know Dhaka is one of the most polluted cities in the world. As a result, we have a high probability of falling ill of pollution-related diseases.

Sumon: We have a common perception that villages do not have modern facilities to lead a smooth life.

Shamim: But now most of the villages in Bangladesh have all the modern facilities for the villagers. For example, broadband internet, electricity, mobile networks, modern communication, medical facilities, etc.

Sumon: But for higher studies, we have to move to cities.

Shamim: Not only for higher studies but also for employment. Because in cities there are adequate employment opportunities. These are the good sides of cities.

Sumon: If you are a cultural activist, you get more opportunities in cities to showcase your cultural talent through print or electronic media.

Shamim: Right. I have to go now.

Sumon: OK. Thank you.

Shamim: Thank you also.

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