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» Waiting For Goddot Samuel Becket

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» Tess of  D’Urbervilles Thomas Hardy

» Scholar Gipsy Matthew Arnold

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» Prelude William Wordsworth

» Ode to the West Wind P.B Shelly

» Great Expectations Charles Dickens

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» Kublai Khan Samuel Taylor Coleridge

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» Measure and Measure William Shakespeare

» In Memoriam Lord Alfred Tennyson

» Pilgrim’s Progress John Bunyan

» Oliver Twist Charles Dickens

» Paradise Regained John Milton

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» A Brief History Of Time Stephen Hawking

» A Farewell to Arms Earnest Hemingway

» A Midsummer’s Nights Dream William Shakespeare

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» Akbar Nama Abul Fazal

» Canterbury Tales Geoffrey Chaucer

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» Don Juan Lord Byron

» Dr. Faustus Christopher Marlowe

» Politics Aristotle

» Volpone Ben Jonson

» Dictionary Samuel Johnson

» A Passage to India E. M. Forster

» Macbeth William Shakespeare

» Samson Agonists John Milton

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Write a dialogue between two friends about the proper use of time

Suppose, You are Lina and Mina is you best friend. Now, write a dialogue between you and Mina about the proper use of time.

Dialogue: A dialogue between two friends (myself: Lina and my friend: Mina) about the proper use of time.

Lina: Hello Mina, how are you?
Mina: I'm not well.

Lina: Why! What happened?
Mina: My results of the HSC pre-test examination are not good.

Lina: What's the problem? Didn't you learn your lessons regularly?
Mina: No, I was not serious in using time properly and very often I wasted my valuable time on Facebook.


Lina: Oh, God, you are sure to fail in the HSC Examination.
Mina: Please tell me what I can do.

Lina: You must be sincere about your time. If you utilize of your time, you are sure to succeed.
Do you know about the benefits of using time properly?
Mina: Oh, no. I don't.

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Write a dialogue between two friends about the uses and abuses of Internet

Write a dialogue between two friends about the uses and abuses of Internet.

Dialogue:A dialogue between two friends (Lina & Mina) the uses and abuses of Internet.

Lina: Hi! How are you, Mina?
Mina: Fine and you?

Lina: I'm also fine. Where are you going now?
Mina: I'm going to the cyber cafe. I will have to submit an application via internet.


Lina: Oh I see. I will be very glad if you kindly tell me something about the uses of Internet.
Mina: Internet is a computerized network of information. Internet allows us to meet new people and discover new places even though we are not there. With the help of internet, we can get information about new books, movies, latest news, music, medicine, invention and can send mail electronically to any part of the world.

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Write a dialogue between two friends on environment pollution

Dialogue about environment pollution.Karim: Good morning, Rahim?
Rahim: Good morning.

Karim: How are you, friend?
Rahim: I am fine and you?

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Karim: I am also fine. But why do you look so worried?
Rahim: You are right. I am somewhat worried about environment pollution.

Karim: Oh, Yes! Environmental pollution is one of the biggest problems the world faces today. It is being polluted day by day.
Rahim: You are absolutely right. This polluted environment causes much harm to us.

Karim: Exactly! But what are you thinking about its consequences?
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Karim: Absolutely! Besides, the increase of world temperature is the result of environment pollution. What is your idea about it?
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