Question: You went to a tailoring shop. You wanted a suit made. Now write a dialogue between yourself and the tailor.
Answer: A dialogue between myself and the Tailor:
Tailor: What can I do for you, sir?
Myself: I want a suit made.
Tailor: Would you like to buy the cloth from us, sir?
Myself: No. I’ve brought it with me. Here it is.
Tailor: All right. May I take your measurements, sir?
Myself: Yes. I’d like a tight-fitting suit.
Tailor: Right, sir.
Myself: Now, how long will it take you to get the suit ready?
Tailor: About three weeks, I think. It takes longer at this time because of Eid-ul-Fitr, you know.
Myself: That’ll be all right. But I’d like to have it before the Eid Day.
Tailor: All right, sir. Would you prefer one inside pocket in the jacket, or two?
Myself: I want three. Two on the left and one on the right.
Tailor: And would you also like a hip-pocket in your trousers, sir?
Myself: No, not really. But I prefer a ticket pocket.
Tailor: very well, sir. Will you call in for a fitting next Tuesday?
Myself: I’d rather come on Wednesday. Oh dear! I haven’t asked you about your charges at all.
Tailor: Don’t worry, sir. Our prices are competitive, and here’s the price list, sir.
Myself: Two thousand and six hundred Taka for making a suit! I think I’ll go elsewhere.
Tailor: recommend FITWELL across the street, sir. Goodbye, sir!
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