The Shortcut Method of Dialogue Writing in Board Exams

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Here is the best shortcut method of dialogue writing on a topic between two friends prepared for the examinees of SSC and HSC board exams. This model of dialogue writing will help you learn the format and rules of writing a dialogue based on the topic set for your upcoming board exams and compose any other dialogue just adding a few topic related sentences as conversation.


I am going to show you the shortcut method and model of dialogue writing between two friends through which you can easily prepare other dialogues on several suggested topics for your exams. In this case, you don’t need to memorize each dialogue from top to bottom. You can just memorize only a few topic related sentences and use those with this format.

What is Dialogue Writing?

Dialogue writing is writing the mutual conversations/ speeches between two friends on a particular topic. You need to write the whole conversation between two persons mentioning their names as a speaker and listener. It’s one of the questions set for English 2nd paper in board exams.

If you do not get common item on dialogue writing question in your exam paper, you can use this method to answer the question successfully. But remember, this sample can be written based on two aspects: ‘good and bad’.

So, let’s see the model and format of dialogue writing.

Question Model

In your exams, you will be asked to write a dialogue between you and your friend or between two friends on a particular topic. This method that can be used on the various topics of dialogue writing. Here are the topics:


Write a dialogue between you and your friend Ranan…..
Write a dialogue between your two friends Ranan and Sojib on…..

  • On the importance of learning English
  • How to eradicate the illiteracy problem from Bangladesh
  • On benefits of early rising/on importance of tree plantation
  • Problem of price hiking
  • On the effect of load shedding
  • About admission in a university
  • About the dangers of smoking
  • On environment pollution
  • About ‘Eve-teasing’
  • On the abuses of mobile phones
  • On the bad effects of student politics
  • On the importance of punctuality
conversation - dialogue writing

Format of Dialogue writing

A dialogue between me and my friend Ranan/ two friends Ranan and Sojib on (……topic of dialogue……..)

Myself: Hello Ranan!, good morning, how’re you?
Ranan: Hi, good morning also. I’m fine but what’s about you?
Myself: I’m so so. Anyway , I’m thinking over an issue.
Ranan: Well, would you like to share that with me?
Myself: Why not? I’m thinking about (……topic of dialogue……..). It’s very essential/ harmful for us and for our society.
Ranan: Yes, you’re right. It’s become a burning question of today. Most of the people of our country are unconscious of (……topic of dialogue……..). But we must change this condition for our betterment.

(……put some sentences here related to the topic of dialogue……..)

Myself: Exactly, we all have to work together for increasing/removing (……topic of dialogue……..). It’s our duty to our nation.
Ranan: Ok, now I’ve to go. Thanks a lot for your discussion.
Myself: Thank you very much for your co-operation. See you again. Bye.
Ranan: Take care, bye.

So, this is the format or shortcut model of dialogue writing in your board exams.

Instruction on Dialogue Writing

  • Read the question carefully before writing and follow the key words. If the names of friends are mentioned, you must use those names or if it says that a dialogue between you and your friend, write ‘myself’ before your speeches and the friend’s name before his speeches.
  • Do not forget to write down the topic sentence: A dialogue between me and my friend ‘X’ on……/ A dialogue between two friends ‘X’ and ‘Y’on……’
  • The names of you and your friend will be on left side and the speeches will be on right side. Keep a space between names and speeches.
  • Every auxiliary verbs or modal auxiliary verbs will be in short forms in writing such as: (I am= I’m) (He is/was/has= He’s) (They are/were= They’re) (He will/shall= He’ll) (I had= I’d) (He should/would= H’ld) (Cannot/ Do not=Can’t/Don’t), etc. dialogue is a spoken language so you can’t write it in full forms.
  • In dialogue, in the place of ‘essential/harmful’, select one depending your topic. If the topic of dialogue is positive or good one, keep the word ‘essential’ and if it is on bad aspect keep the word ‘harmful’. This is same in case of the option: increasing/removing.
  • You have to add some topic related sentences to get full marks on dialogue writing. You can study different supplementary guides for that.

If you want to get similar types of shortcut method based lessons, you can check out this letter writing model or paragraph writing model. These lessons also might help you in the same way as this lesson did.

This is all about dialogue writing. Hope this will help you a lot in your exam preparation. This shortcut method of dialogue writing might be a time saving model for you. But, if you prepare your dialogue uniquely on each topic, it is highly recommended. If there is anything to know, please let me know on comment section below.