Thursday, 14 July 2022

Dialogue Between Two Friends about A Rainy Day

A Dialogue Between Two Friends about A Rainy Day : In this article, we are providing A Dialogue Between Two Friends about A Rainy Day and A Dialogue Between Two People about A Rainy Day for Class 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12th.


    Dialogue Between Two Friends about A Rainy Day

    Karan : Hello! Shyam, how are you?

    Shyam : I am safe and sound today but was not so yesterday.

    Karan : What happened yesterday?

    Shyam : I encountered heavy rain when I was going to bazaar to buy few things for cooking.

    Karan : Why did you not take an umbrella with you.

    Shyam : Indeed the sky was clear and no piece of clouds was there when I left my home at noon.

    Karan : How did you save yourself?

    Shyam : I could not save myself.

    Karan : Why did you not search any shelter?

    Shyam : There was no building so I could not save my self from rain and wind storm.

    Karan : What did you feel when your were alone at that time?

    Shyam : The flashes of lightening and thundering of clouds frightened me and I felt that perhaps, that was the last day of my life.

    Karan : What you did then?

    Shyam : I ran to my home without shopping.

    Karan : Why did you do so?

    Shyam : It was the only way to save myself.

    Karan : When did rain and storm stop?

    Shyam : The storm and rain stopped after an hour.

    Karan : When did you come back to your home?

    Shyam : I came back after two hours.

    Karan : Why did you come so late?

    Shyam : The streets were full of rainy water. The water took some time to lower its level. When the floor of streets appeared again then I was able to go to home.

    Conversation Between Two  Friends about A Rainy Day

    Mohit : It’s good that the sky is cloudy today.

    Rohit : What a pleasure, if it rains cats and dogs!

    Mohit : Do you intend going to school?

    Rohit : How can I, on such a pleasant day?

    Mohit : Will you, then, remain at home?

    Rohit : No, not at all, my friend.

    Mohit : Let us draw up a program for ourselves.

    Rohit : First of all we shall enjoy a bath.

    Mohit : Then we shall go into the street to play water-kabaddi with boys of our own age.

    Rohit : will we splash at those who pass by us in rickshaws or on bikes?

    Mohit : No, I shall be the last person to do that.

    Rohit : Would you like to go to the Shalimar Gardens?

    Mohit : That’s a very nice idea.

    Rohit : We shall pluck as many mangoes as we can, by climbing up a tree over there.

    Mohit : I would not let you do that. I would buy from the nearest shop, as many as you like. Stealing is a very bad habit.

    Rohit : I am very sorry for making that mischievous suggestion.

    Mohit : It has now begun to rain very heavily. So let us stop talking in order to put our program into practice.

    Rohit : That’s right. Let’s begin taking a bath at once.

    Dialogue Between Two People about A Rainy Day

    Sanjay : Hi Atul! How are you?

    Atul : Hey Sanjay! I am good. What about you?

    Sanjay : I am fine right now but had a near escape yesterday. When I was returning from the market, it was raining heavily and all of a sudden there was this huge gust of wind that knocked this electric pole. It just missed me by a whisker!

    Atul : That’s terrifying. I hope you are good now. But one has to admit, the rainy season has been a huge relief after the recent heat wave. Did you know around 25 people have succumbed to the heat across North India?

    Sanjay: Yes, I know that. Let’s hope there are no floods this time. It becomes really difficult for people to continue with their daily lives.

    Atul : I agree. Let’s hope the desilting work has been completed by the government this year. Else we will face water-logging issues again.

    Sanjay : Not to mention the traffic jams. It is a nightmare while returning from Gurgaon. I was stuck in traffic for nearly two hours the last Friday.

    Atul : I don’t feel like working at all in this pleasant weather. The perfect time to go on a long-drive with friends!

    Sanjay : Haha! I wish that were possible. Though I really feel like eating street side food these days, it is an open invitation to food poisoning and typhoid.

    Atul : I am having only home food these days. One has to strictly avoid consuming food from the outside.

    Sanjay : What I dread the most is the dengue outbreak. Last year was really terrible. Almost everyone I knew was suffering from dengue.

    Atul : I sincerely hope they will keep carrying out fogging and fumigation activities. Otherwise, it would be a repeat of last year.

    Sanjay : Yes indeed. By the way, have there been power outages of late in your locality?

    Atul : Yes, there have been a few instances, but the electricity board is looking into it.

    Sanjay : Everything has its pros and cons, I guess. The weather is all pleasant and refreshing, but the rainy season comes with problems galore.

    Atul : Yes, but it’s fun to stroll in the rains with an umbrella on the weekends.

    Sanjay : That is true. We should try to enjoy ourselves as much as we can.

    Atul : See, no matter what the weather, we will always complain. When it winters, we complain it is too cold. When the summer season is here, we want chilly weather. When it becomes too warm, we want the rains!

    Sanjay : Yes. Just remain careful while going out! Else you might have the same scary experience as me!

    Atul : Haha! I will. Let’s enjoy till we can. The post-monsoon weather is terrible. All sweaty and humid all the time.

    Sanjay : That’s the worst. One has to bathe at least thrice a day to feel fresh.

    Atul : Indeed. Okay, see you Sanjay this Sunday. Will you be coming to India Gate along with the others?

    Sanjay : I will! See you on Sunday. Goodbye!


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