Question: A dialogue between you and your father about answering a question
Myself: Good morning, father. How are you?
Father: Good morning dear. I am fine. What’s about you?
Myself: I am also fine. Father, are you busy with your work?
Father: I am not very busy; I am just doing simple work. Why?
Myself: I need your help.
Father: Oh sure! What can I do for you?
Myself: I am given an assignment about a topic from our English textbook but I do not understand it. Would you tell me about it?
Father: Thanks for your curiosity. Ok, bring your book and paper. I will support you.
Myself: Father, you are so great! I am coming back with a pen, paper, and book.
Father: Ok, I am waiting for you.
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