对话是制造战争或和平的武器。它就像一枚硬币,它有两个正面或负面的面孔。 “对话”一词包含了两个或两个以上人的对话。对话是一个强大的手段来废除或陷害任何东西。这是不可能的。一个人使用的语言可以刺激事件,好像它从来没有发生过,或者将它们发展成一个不可思议的故事。不识字,居住在农村的人们可以接受在长辈,青少年面前使用的合理条件,他们有自己不成文的规定,依据自己的年龄和尊重在人前面维护自己的话语。但相对而言,居住在城市的受教育者往往不得不改善这些类型的口头礼仪。而这反过来也是如此。




Dialogue is a weapon for making war or peace. It is like a coin which has two faces either positive or negative. Conversation between two or more people is connoted by the word Dialogue. Dialogue is a powerful pen to scrap or to trap anything. It is inerasable. Words used by one person can stimulate the incident as though it never occurred or develop them as an unimaginable story too. People who are illiterate and who reside in rural areas connate terms that are acceptable to use before elders, youngsters and they have their own unwritten set of rules to maintain their words before people depending upon their age and respect. But comparatively, educated people who live in urban mostly have to improve these types of verbal etiquettes always. And this happens vice versa too.

Both educated and uneducated forget the mannerism and used the dialogue abruptly (Nightingale, 2000).  Dialogues are important, it just starts as ‘just like that’ and it grows as an argument either for reasonable purpose which has to be established  for a social cause or issues  who struggle for their rights or for hurting others which has to be analyzed in the beginning stage and has to be avoided.

A dialogue can make or break things as two too.  Most of the unbreakable historical novels were written only through dialogue mode instead of a story phased. The most understandable and lively way of expressing things had been handled by historical writers to convey things very likely for the readers of those novels like “The Scarlet Pimpernel” and all the novels of Mr. Shakespeare. The words and wordings enhance and correlate even with modern age (Jokinen et al, 2010).