Question: Make a dialogue between you and your friend about the recent flood in Bangladesh.
Answer: A dialogue between Anis (myself) and Antu (my friend) about the recent flood in Bangladesh:
Anis: Hi Antu, how’re you?
Antu: Fine. Thank you.
Anis: What are you doing at this very moment?
Antu: At this very moment, I’m very busy with the flood-affected people of our locality.
Anis: Oh, I see. I appreciate your efforts to serve the suffering humanity. What’s the situation now?
Antu: The situation in our locality is being normal now.
Anis: During the flood, should we, the young generation, sit idle?
Antu: It’ll be inhuman.
Anis: Right you are. Who can neglect the huge death toll, the terrible destruction of properties?
Antu: But you know. Prevention is always better than cure.
Anis: Then you have a suggestion. I think.
Antu: Yes. I think we should have a long-term program to prevent floods.
Anis: Do you really believe flood something to be prevented?
Antu: Oh, total prevention may be impossible. But a concerted effort will certainly be successful to a great extent.
Anis: It’s really encouraging. Thank you.
Antu: You’re welcome.