Dialogue between two friends about how to eradicate illiteracy:

Writing a dialogue about how to eradicate illiteracy is one of the important dialogues for students. So, students should put emphasis on how to write a dialogue about how to eradicate or remove illiteracy from the country.

Lots of good wishes to the students.

Question:

Suppose, you are a student in a high school. Your close friend Ratan also studies in the same school. Both of you are worried about the problem of illiteracy in Bangladesh. Now write a dialogue between you and your friend Ratan about how to eradicate illiteracy from our country.

Answer:

Myself: Good morning Ratan.

Ratan: Good morning.

Myself: How are you?

Ratan: I’m good. What about you?

Myself: I’m also good. Where have you been for the last couple of days?

Ratan: I have been sick. Now I am somewhat well. Do you have anything special to discuss?

Myself: Yes, I’d like to talk to you about the illiteracy problem of our country.

Ratan: You know, illiteracy is a great problem for Bangladesh. To keep pace with the modern world, we must eradicate illiteracy.

Myself: Would you please tell me how can we eradicate illiteracy?

Ratan: By putting emphasis on education we can eradicate illiteracy. And you know, our government has already made primary education compulsory which is a great step to eradicate illiteracy.

Myself: Yes, I do agree with you. What more steps can we take?

Ratan: Poverty and illiteracy are interrelated. So, by removing poverty, we can also remove the illiteracy problem.

Myself: Why poverty and illiteracy are interrelated?

Ratan: Because of poverty people cannot spend money and time to receive education. This is called the vicious circle of poverty.

Myself: Thank you for your valuable opinion.

Ratan: You are always welcome.

Dialogue about eradicating or removing illiteracy:

Suppose, you are Shimla a student of class twelve. Tushi is your close friend and studies in the same class. On way to your college, you and your friend see a number of young boys and girls who do not go to school. They are selling different things or playing. At this age, they are supposed to be at school to study. To remove illiteracy from the country these boys and girls should go to school. Now write a dialogue between you and your friend Tushi about removing illiteracy from Bangladesh.

Answer:

Shimla: Hello Tushi.

Tushi: Hello Shimla.

Shimla: How is everything?

Tushi: As usual.

Shimla: Today we are late.

Tushi: Yes. We may miss our first class.

Shimla: Because of the shivering cold I could not wake up just in time.

Tushi: The fact is also the same for me. I also have not had my breakfast today.

Shimla: Tushi look over there. Some young boys and girls are playing and some are selling different things. At this age, they are supposed to be at school now.

Tushi: Maybe for poverty, these children are not going to school.

Shimla: But you know primary education is free and the government is giving textbooks free of cost.

Tushi: Besides tuition fees and books there are other expenses. I think their parents are not in a position to bear those expenses.

Shimla: This is our idea. We should talk to their parents to know the reality. From our position, we can help the children to understand math and English in our free time.

Tushi: Right you are. But I think their parents are also not conscious enough of the importance of education. That’s why they are not sending their children to school.

Shimla: Let’s talk to their parents to make them understand the importance of education.

Tushi: Excellent idea. By making them conscious of the benefit of education we will be able to contribute to eradicating illiteracy in our country.

Shimla: Yes. We always should not blame our government. We can do something from our position to eradicate illiteracy.

Tushi: At the time of returning home we will talk to the parents of those kids.

Shimla: Now walk faster.

Tushi: Let’s run.

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