Dialogue Completion for Class 7

A dialogue is a literary technique of writing which employs two or more characters engaged in a conversation with each other. Read the conversation thoroughly and pick out the appropriate option which is given below.

Dialogue Completion Exercises

Q. From the options, choose the form that best fits the function state, to complete the dialogue below.

Ricky: Why did you give money to that beggar?
Vicky: (1) ________________ I can’t walk away, ignoring him.
Ricky: You are just encouraging him to be lazy. It is a bad habit.
Vicky: He looks old and sick.
Ricky: (2) _____________ but there are organizations to help people like him.
Vicky: And what are they doing to help him?
Ricky: All right (3) ________________.

Options:

  1. Why shouldn’t I? / He’s always there / I dislike beggars / I feel sorry for him
  2. All right / Yes, he does / I believe you, / You may be right
  3. Let’s go / Forget it / Do what you like / Let’s not argue about it.

Answer

  1. I feel sorry for him
  2. You may be right
  3. Let’s not argue about it.

Q. From the options, choose the form that best fits the function state to complete the dialogue below.

Rita: Hello, Sita Did you have a good trip?
Sita: It was not too bad. In fact I managed to sleep a bit. (1) ______________.
Rita: Is that all your luggage?
Vicky: Yes. Wait a minute. The small holdall is missing. (2) _____________ I must have left it at the duty-free shop.
Rita: (3) _________ We can ask the security guard to get it. Which shop was it?

Options:

  1. It was so quiet / The passengers slept / The seat was really comfortable / It has made me feel rested.
  2. Oh dear! / What a nuisance! / Where could it be? / I remember now.
  3. Don’t cry / Don’t worry / Are you sure? / We’ll look for it.

Answer

  1. The seat was really comfortable.
  2. What a nuisance!
  3. Don’t worry

Q. From the options, choose the form that best fits the function state to complete the dialogue below.

Wife: If you don’t hurry, we’ll be late for the show.
Husband: There’s a plenty of time. (1) ____________.
Wife: Plenty of time? The show starts in twenty minutes.
Husband: It takes only ten minutes to get there. We can leave now.
Wife: (2) __________.
Husband: (3) ____________ It’s bad for health to be so anxious about everything.

Options:

  1. Why are you in a hurry? / It’s only six o’clock / I won’t take long / You are always so impatient
  2. Good / That’s better / Thank God for that! / It’s about time!
  3. Slow down / Don’t worry / You must be patient / You need to relax a bit more

Answer

  1. It’s only six o’clock
  2. Thank God for that!
  3. You must be patient

Q. From the options, choose the form that best fits the function state to complete the dialogue below.

Sonu: Monu, I’m having a get-together in my house on Wednesday night (1) __________.
Monu: I’m sorry Sonu. I won’t be able to come. I promised my mother that I will have dinner with her on Wednesday night.
Sonu: (2) ____________ How is your mother by the way?
Monu: She’s fine, thanks. She often asks me about you.
Sonu: (3) ___________.

Options:

  1. Are you free? / Would you like to come? / I’m sure you’d like to come / If you come, you’ll enjoy yourself.
  2. Take it easy / You’re welcome / That’s all right / I don’t mind
  3. Give her my regards / I hope to see her soon / Tell her that I appreciate it / Tell her that I asked about her too

Answers

  1. If you come, you’ll enjoy yourself.
  2. You’re welcome
  3. Give her my regards

Q. From the options, choose the form that best fits the function state to complete the dialogue below.

Amy: Mother, I have something to tell you.
Mother: What is it? Amy: (1) ____________.
Mother: How did it happen?
Amy: I was dusting the shelf and knocked it over.
Mother: (2) ___________ That’s the second vase you have broken. I’m going to deduct some money from your allowance each week.
Amy: (3) __________ It was just an accident.
Mother: It’ll teach you to be more careful.

Options:

  1. I didn’t finish the dusting / You won’t believe what I’ve done / Promise me you won’t get angry / I have broken your favourite vase.
  2. Not Again! / How could you? / You are really careless / Don’t go into my room again
  3. Oh no! / That’s not fair / I’ll complain to Father / I don’t have enough pocket money

Answer

  1. I have broken your favourite vase.
  2. You are really careless
  3. That’s not fair

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