10xEN2 – Dialogue

By Friday, could you write a small extract of dialogue from your story in the comment box below.
Remember we talked about the correct punctuation within your dialogue and that dialogue should help move the story forward.

It was really great to hear your ideas yesterday and I have told Mr Bakewell how we got on.

Miss Durman

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7 thoughts on “10xEN2 – Dialogue

  1. liam w

    “Hi Tony,” said Katy.
    “Hey,” Tony replied.
    “What’s wrong” Katy asked.
    “Nothing,” Tony said.
    “Really, You don’t act like nothing’s wrong.”

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  2. Sarah M.P.

    Sitting on the edge of the chair next to the hospital bed, I focused into zack’s bright blue eyes. Slowly, I placed my hand onto his palm on his soft hand wandering how life would Become different when soon the comfort of my brother will be vanished. Within a couple of seconds later, my brother’s head turned a slight nighty degrees towards my direction. He stared continuesly into my eyes, waiting patiently for what I was about to say. I knew from the Minute I looked into his eyes, I felt the happiness and passion that my brother portrayed over the last few years, but from his point of view, he noticed the sympathetic and downhearted emotion that would last with me for days on end. ” Don’t worry Dara, life is hard and I know things can’t be perfect for each individual ” whispered zack trying to stay positive. As I looked down at zack, tears began to fill my eyes and everything I took notice of, became a blur. ” I….I know what you are saying, b…..but why now…..you deserve to live like any other child on this planet.” ” I agree, but on the other hand, situations like this happen for a reason and unfortunately it’s happening to me” said zack softly, making sure that her sister doesn’t worry. Suddenly, one of the nurses walk into the room at a steady pace, during the convesation while trying to inform Dara. ” Excuse me, but your parents are waiting for you outside the entrance of the hospital to take you back home.” Dara and zack smiled back at each other, hoping it wasn’t the last smile they will ever see from each other. When Dara left the room, she was wishing to her self that this was not the last time she would see her brother.

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  3. Johanna R.

    Today is the same as it was since we got married. He comes throgh the door, stagges to a chair in our kitchen and says: »It’s dirty here. Clean up!«
    I go to him and start to wash some plates, while I’m looking at him with the biggest contempt in my sight I can raise.
    »We’ll move«, he says.
    »Why?«, I ask.
    »Don’t ask silly questions!«, he shouts. »We’ll go tomorrow, pack your things. We’ll live in the town as of tomorrow.«
    »Which town?«, I ask.
    »Don’t ask silly questions!!«, he shouts even lader than before and I am trying to hold my breath, ’cause the smell of alcohol gets unbearable.

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  4. Anna Florin

    We were in my dads car. We would come to late. We would be to late to the debating final. We were in a debating club, my first real friend, Sara, and me. I was so nervous. My hands were wet and cold and they were shaking. My heart was beating very hard. Sara took my hand. She said: “You are nervous!” I pulled my hand back. She said: “You don’t have to be nervous! We will beat them!” I hesitated, but than I replyed: “But they are the best, they are better than us. And I am very bad!” “No you are not!,” she said. That was not true! I always forgot what I wanted to say and I stuttered if I didn’t forget it. Everybody was laughing at me! Than our car stoped. My dad said: “Get out! We arrived.” Sara and me juped out of the car and ran imto the house. We reached the waiting room, when our group was just walking into the hall, where the dibating final took place.

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  5. ryan.b

    as I walked down the street looking for I hidden address a door opened and I looked up to see a women look the door I walked up and said “um, excuse do you know where I can find 21 true grant street” anxiously saying the women stopped and just stared at me I said “never mind” and started to walk back down the stairs, just as I reached the end she said “Jake is that really you, I thought you where dead when I didn’t receive a letter” I started to wobble my way back up the deep stairs only to fall at her feet she helped feet to say “wow you’ve changed” I couldn’t help but say sarcastically “well that’s what some bullets and a land mine will leave you with” after those words left my mouth my body filed with regret.

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  6. ryan.b

    sorry about the first one I noticed some mistakes and changed them.

    As I walked down the street looking for that hidden address a door opened and I looked up to see a women lock the door I walked up and said “um, excuse do you know where I can find 21 true grant street” waiting anxiously, the women stopped and just stared at me I said “never mind” and started to walk back down the stairs, just as I reached the end she said “Jake is that really you, I thought you were dead when I didn’t receive a letter” I started to wobble my way back up the deep stairs only to fall at her feet she helped feet to say “wow you’ve changed” I couldn’t help but say sarcastically “well that’s what some bullets and a land mine will leave you with” after those words left my mouth my body filed with regret.

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