Question: Write a dialogue between you and a bookseller about buying a book.
Answer: A dialogue between myself (Khaya) and a book-seller about buying a book:
Book-seller: Good evening. Can I help you?
Myself: Yes. I’m looking fora a book.
Book-seller: What kind of book?
Myself: It’s mainly children’s storybooks.
Book-seller: Ok, do you have any particular name?
Myself: Yes, I do. I like ‘Cinderella and Mice’ and ‘Men’.
Book-seller: Yes. we have those. I’ll just get them for you.
Myself: Thank you. Do you have the ‘Magic? Faraway Tree’?
Book-seller: Umm. Do you know who the author is?
Myself: I think, Enid Blyton.
Book-seller: Oh! yes, we have the same in our collection, Enid Blyton is very popular with children.
Myself: I like her books very much.
Book-seller: Do you want any more books?
Myself: That’s all for the moment.
Book-seller: Here’s your bill, sir.
Myself: Thank you very much.
Book-seller: You’re welcome.
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