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Grade 3 - English Language
4.15 Writing a Dialogue

A dialogue is the written version of conversation between two or more people. We use special punctuation called quotation marks (" ") to separate a dialogue from rest of the story. For example,

"I can't stop now!" said Alice.

"I'm getting a little sleepy," he said.


Directions: Rewrite the following sentences to make them proper dialogues.
Q 1: No problem at all, replied the weavers.
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Q 2: What will I tell the village and my family? he wondered.
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Q 3: This map is not good, said Jake.
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Q 4: Is he living with a princess? asked Gerda.
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Q 5: Hooray! cheered the crowd.
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Q 6: Here's my present! she screached.
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