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Showing posts with label Dialogue. Show all posts
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Saturday, 23 April 2016

A Dialogue Between Tailor And A Customer

A Dialogue Between Tailor And A Customer

Tailor: Good morning, sir. What can I do for you? Customer: I want to look at some cloth for a suit.
T: Certainly, sir. Any particular colour?
C: Yes, I want a dark brown.
T: It is for lounge suit, sir?
C: An ordinary lounge suit, like I am wearing now.
T: Here is a very nice cloth, sir, which wears well and looks neat.
C:Yes, it looks nice. But it is rather heavy. Haven't you anyth
T: Yes, sir; here is a very nice staff. It is a little more expen-sive but it is worth the extra money.
C: What is the price?
T: Rs. 65 a yard- double width.
C: 1-low much should I require for a suit?
T: Four yards will be ample. That would be Rs. 260 for the suit length.
C: And what do you charge for making?
T: Rs. 100, sir and Rs. 35 for lining, buttons, etc.
C: I see; Rs. 395 altogether. I think I will take it.
T: Very good, sir, I will take you measurements
Thank you, sir. Can you come for a try on next Monday.
C: Let me see. I am afraid Monday will be awkward. Shall we
say Tuesday?
T: Very good, sir. It will be ready for you on Tuesday. Is there anything else I can do for you? Shirts? Ties? Vests? Stockings?
C: No, I think not; thank you. Bye!
T: Good bye, sir; and thank you.

A Dialogue Between A Doctor And A Patient

A Dialogue Between A Doctor And A Patient


Patient: Hello doctor! Can you spare me a few minutes?

Doctor: Certainly! Come in and sit down. Now, what is the matter with you?

P: That is just what I want you to tell me.

D: Well, tell me how you are suffering?

P: I seem to be generally out of sorts. I have no appetite for my food, and yet I am always suffering from indifestion.

D: Are you troubled with headaches?

P: Yes, I am. And what is worse I cannot sleep at night.

D: I see. What is your work?

P: I am a clerk in an office, and have to work long hours.

D: What sort of exercise do you take in the evening?

P: I am afraid I don't take any. I feel so tired when I get home that I simply want to sit down, or go to bed.

D: I see. Well, you are evidently run down, and need a rest and change. All your troubles are signs of nervous exhaustion. I will give you a nerve tonic; but the main thing is rest. If you do as I say, you will soon be all right.

P: Thank you, doctor. I will follow your advice, Good sight!



D: Good night! And let me know how you get on.