Suppose, you are Asif Tonu. Rana/ Zeba is your friend and wants to improve the skills in the English language. Now, write a dialogue between you and your friend about how to develop/ improve skills in the English language.
Write a Dialogue between you and your friend about how to develop/ improve skills in the English language
Zeba: How are you, my friend?
Tonu: Not so good. You are not writing to me for quite a long time. Your long silence pains me much. However, what’s about you?
Zeba: Well, But you know, my SSC examination is near at hand. I am too busy to prepare myself for the exam. My teachers have suggested that I should prepare myself well for the examination. My Parents are also anxious about me. That’s why I could not write to you.
Tonu: O.I know. I am also going on well with my students for the examination. I have already revised all my notes and overcome the difficulties in mathematics. How have you prepared yourself, Zeba?
Zeba: I think, I am prepared enough to cut a good figure in the SSC exam. You know, I was a little bit weak in English. But already I have overcome my weakness with the help of our English teacher. I hope I will get A+ in English.
Tonu: Do you follow any suggestion, my friend?
Zeba: Yes, I follow the ‘Sure Success’ suggestion because it covers most of the important questions, and nearly all the questions in the previous examinations were set from this suggestion.
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Tonu: O’ I am also following this suggestion. I revise the answers to questions of every subject one by one and write it to avoid spelling errors in the examination.
Zeba: I am also revising and writing frequently. I have budgeted my time and spend every hour accordingly. I try to write the answer to a question within the budgeted time. I think this will help me in answering all the questions accordingly within the stipulated time.
Tonu: I think so. But, only Allah knows what is in store for us and we are hoping for the best. Let’s try to solve the grammatical problems for which I have come here.