Saturday, 12 October 2013

A dialogue between a teacher and a student who comes late

Dialogue Writing

 A dialogue between a teacher and a student who comes late

Student: May I come in, sir?
Teacher: Yes, stand here. Why do you always come late?
S: Sir It is the bus which makes me late.
T: What time do you leave home?
S: I always leave home at quarter to eight.
T: How far is your home from here?
S: It is about three kilometers from here.
T: That is why, you get late. You leave your home very late.
S: Sir, I take my break fast at 7:30 a.m.
T: What time do you get up?
S: I get up at about 7:00 a.m.
T: Don't you offer your prayer?
S: Not regularly.
T: My dear. It is a bad habit. Change your routine. Always get up early in the morning. Offer your prayers and go for a morning walk.
S: Sir, there is no park near our home.
T: No problem. You can walk along the street in the morning time. Take breakfast at right time and then leave for school.
S: You are right, sir. From tomorrow, I shall never be late.
T: Good. One thing more keep in mind. Regularity and punctuality conquer the mountains.
A: Thank you very much for your good advice. Can I sit now, sir?
T: Oh Yes, of course.

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