Question- Write a Dialogue between two friends discussing their hobbies
Answer– long Conversation | Dialogue between two friends discussing their hobbies
Karan: See what I have got here.
Sahil: Oh! it is an ancient Indian coin.
Karan: Yes, I have many coins from different countries. These belong to different periods of history.
Sahil: Show me some more, please.
Karan: If you come to my house I shall show you many more.
I have only a few of them in my pocket. Here, look at these.
Sahil: From the letters on this one, I can say it is a Russian coin.
Karan: This is three Kopeck coins. How did you know it
Sahil: I have seen Russian stamps.
Karan: Is stamp collecting your hobby?
Sahil: No, my hobby is gardening. If you come to my, house I shall show you the garden I am nursing.
Karan: What is the use of having gardening as a hobby?
Sahil: It is just a matter of liking. It is a way to pass your leisure hours. Gardening is a very useful hobby, as far as I think.
Karan: How? please tell me.
Sahil: It is a useful occupation in many ways: you get a good knowledge of different flowers and their season. Ours is an agricultural country. We should know something about plants and the soil. Gardening is a good exercise also.
Karan: I think the house looks cleaner if there are no plants.
Sahil: I do not agree with you. Flowers and plants impart beauty to your house. You get a taste of the country, though you may be living in a city.
Karan: You seem to be right, after all. I had never given a thought to all this.
Sahil: Please tell me something about your hobby also.
Karan: My hobby also is useful and has many advantages. Coins tell you a lot about the religious, social customs, and kings in history. They bring the past living before you. I love history.
Sahil: You have a good hobby.
Karan: All hobbies are good. One should avoid idleness. It is a sin. Sahil: You are right. Now, when are you visiting my garden?
Karan: I shall like to visit you tomorrow, one if it is in the evening not inconvenient.
Sahil: Are you busy on Monday? l can come in the evening.
Karan: You are welcome. Right, then, we meet tomorrow.
Sahil: Yes, Goodbye!