Question: A dialogue between you and your classmate about your new book of communicative English.
Myself: Hello, Jahid! How are you?
Jahid: Hi, Murad! I am fine. What’s about you?
Myself: I am fine but I have a great tension about our new book of Communicative English.
Jahid: Why? What’s happened?
Myself: Most of the lessons of the book are totally unknown and I do not understand the system of the book.
Jahid: Don’t be upset. I think the book is based on our practical knowledge. It supports us to be creative. You know most of the students of our country like to cram and it’s so much harmful to them but they do not realize it. To avoid their cramming, the govt. has introduced the process.
Myself: Yeah, I see. How can I continue my study?
Jahid: You have to avoid cramming and try to read anything with great care. Then you can think about the topic and try to express your feeling about that. I think now it will be easier for you.
Myself: Really Jahid, you have opened my eyes. From now I hope I will never cram.
Jahid: Oh sure! Carry on your activity from today.
Myself: Thank you Jahid.
Jahid: You are most welcome.
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