dialogue writing in hindi

The Hindi Script

Hindi is written in the script called “Devanagari” meaning “the city of the gods.” Very slight variations of this script are used to write several languages in India including Sanskrit, Marathi, Awadhi, and Braj Bhasha, among many others. It derives historically from the Brahmi script, used in the famous inscriptions of Mauryan Emperor Ashoka, in the third century BCE.

Before getting into the nuts and bolts of Devanagari, a brief overview might be helpful. Starting with the most basic feature of Devanagari, it is written from left to right. Second, Devanagari is written and read with a focus on the individual syllable. Each syllable in Devanagari will consist of a single vowel and can include one or more consonants. Vowels come in two forms: 

  • Stand-alone vowels , which appear at the beginning of words (e.g., एक ek – adj., one) or immediately after another vowel in the middle of a word (e.g., कोई koī – pron., someone)
  • Vowel markers , which appear as modifiers to consonant symbols; these vowel markers may be associated with either a single consonant (e.g., तू tū – pron. you [informal]) or a consonant conjunct (e.g., स्त्री strī – f., woman).

One of the neatest features of Devanagari–especially for those who are familiar with the seemingly unpredictable nature of English pronunciation–is its phonetic nature. There is (usually!) only one way to pronounce something when it’s written in Devanagari. Take a look below for a detailed guide through Devanagari and its intricacies. Ultimately, with a little effort, it won’t take you more than a week or two to get used to the new letter shapes and the underlying methods for reading and writing the Hindi language.

Writing vowels in Devanagari requires that you learn two different ways of depicting the same sounds. In essence, Devanagari’s vowel system consists of two parts: stand-alone vowels and vowel markers . The difference between these is orthographic only, meaning that it only affects how the vowels are written, not how they sound. 

Stand-alone vowels appear most commonly when a word in Hindi starts with a vowel. For example, the इ i in the word इच्छा icchā (f., wish). Stand-alone vowels can also occur in the middle of words when one vowel sound follows immediately after another. For example, the “ ā ” and “ e ” sounds in जाएगा jāegā , ([he] will go). The ए e comes just after the syllable, जा jā , which ends in a vowel⏤specifically, the long “ ā ” sound. The positioning of these two vowels one after another without a consonant in the middle requires that you write the second vowel using its stand-alone form.

Vowel markers appear as modifications to the written consonant symbols. In जाएगा jāegā , the same example given above, there are two examples of the long “ ā ” sound represented by a dependent vowel symbol:

  • The ा-marker after the consonant ज ja resulting in जा jā
  • The same ा-marker after the consonat ग ga resulting in गा gā .

Below is the table of all stand-alone vowel symbols

Vowel pronunciation guide:

अ a – the “a” in abrupt

आ ā – the second “a” in avocado

इ i – the “i” in stick

ई ī – the “ee” in tree

उ u – the “oo” in foot

ऊ ū – the “oe” in shoe

ऋ r̥ – the “ri” in trick

ए e – like the French é sound; e.g., étude

ऐ ai – the “e” in hey, but without leaning into the “y” sound 

ओ o – the “o” in note

औ au – the “o” off

All consonants as written in the table below include an inherent short “a” (अ) vowel. This vowel completes the syllable represented by the consonant symbol. Thus, the symbol क stands for “ka”, not just “k”. This inherent “a” is not usually pronounced at the end of words. So, the word कल (adv., tomorrow) is pronounced kal and जब (adv., when) is pronounced jab . This inherent short “a” can be replaced by any vowel sound in Hindi by adding the appropriate vowel marker to the consonant (see the “Vowel Markers” section below).

NOTE: Devanagari does not distinguish between upper- and lower-case letters. As such, we use only lower-case letters when transliterating Devanagari into the modified Roman script.

Additional letters in Hindi:

Aside from ड़ ṛa and ढ़ ṛha , the letters in this chart appear in loanwords from Arabic and/or Persian.  

ड़ ṛa and ढ़ ṛha are pronounced with the tongue positioned like ड ḍa / ढ ḍha , but the tongue is “flapped” as with the letter र ra .  क़ qa , ख़ kh a and ग़ g a are pronounced somewhat like their “undotted” counterparts, but the pronunciation occurs further back in the throat.  ज़ za and फ़ fa are pronounced like the English “z” and “f” respectively.  In speaking (and periodically in writing), these two letters are often interchanged with their “undotted” counterparts ज ja and फ pha regardless of their linguistic origin.  For example:

  • फूल phūl – m., flower is sometimes pronounced फ़ूल fūl
  • चीज़ cīz – f., thing is sometimes pronounced चीज cīj

The table below shows each of Devanagari’s stand-alone vowel symbols in the gray rows while the associated vowel marker appears directly below its respective stand-alone vowel. Note, again, that there is no marker for the short “a” sound, which exists as an inherent vowel in all the consonant symbols. Each of the vowel markers from the table, then, serve to replace this inherent short “a” with the new vowel sound.

Here are some examples of a few random consonants modified with each of the vowel markers.

NOTE 1 :    Notice the unique forms of र् r + उ / ऊ u / ū → रु / रू ru / rū and ह् h + ऋ r̥ → हृ hr̥ , which do not follow the typical pattern of consonant-vowel marker pairings.

NOTE 2 :    The nasalization symbol ँ and the aspirate symbol ः can be combined with all vowels, not just अ ( a ). Take note of the change in form of ँ with some vowels.

  • हाँ hā̃ – yes
  • नहीं nahī̃ – no
  • हैं haĩ – are (pl.)
  • दुःख duḥkh – m., sorrow

NOTE 3 :    The aspirate ः sound only appears in words of Sanskrit origin and does not appear with the letter ह ha .

  • प्रातः prātaḥ – m., dawn; rarely used except in very specialized, formal circumstances

See below how each dependent vowel connects to the letter क ka

A small mark underneath consonant letters removes their inherent a -vowel, thus turning it into a pure consonant sound.  This mark is known as the हलन्त halant .

Conjunct letters are clusters of two or more consonants with no intervening vowels.  Though there are many many different combinations of consonant clusters, the process of creating conjunct clusters is quite intuitive and you can start reading most conjoined letters by keeping a few tips in mind.

1. हलन्त लगाओ ! Put on a halant!

It is possible to create conjunct letters by simply adding a halant (see above) to the consonant symbol (eliminating its inherent a vowel) and writing it next to the succeeding letter without breaking the overhead line.

ड् + ग = ड्ग ⟶ खड्ग khaḍga – m., sword

2. डण्डा हटाओ ! Take out the stick!

Many letters in the Devanagari alphabet have a stick (m., दण्डा daṇḍā ) on the extreme right edge of the shape.  In many cases, you can make a “half letter” (i.e., a consonant with no vowel) by simply removing that stick and combining it with the next letter.

ण् + ड = ण्ड ⟶ दण्डा daṇḍā – m., stick

न् + द = न्द ⟶ हिन्दी hindī – f., Hindi

च् + छ = च्छ ⟶ अच्छा acchā – adj., good

ब् + द = ब्द ⟶ शब्द śabd – m., word

प् + त = प्त ⟶ प्राप्त prāpt – adj., obtained

स् + थ = स्थ ⟶ स्थान sthān – m., place

ल् + ल = ल्ल ⟶ दिल्ली dillī – f., Delhi

3. स्टैक बनाओ ! Make a stack!

In some instances, especially when the first, vowelless letter is ट ( ṭa ), ठ ( ṭha ), ड ( ḍa ), ढ ( ḍha ), or ष ( ṣa ) clusters are written with one consonant on top of the other.  In these cases, the full letter (i.e., the one with the vowel) goes on the bottom.

ट् + ठ = ट्ठ ⟶ इकट्ठा ikaṭṭhā – adj., collected

ष् + ट = ष्ट ⟶ दृष्टि dr̥ṣṭi – f., sight

ष् + ठ = ष्ठ ⟶ प्रतिष्ठा pratiṣṭhā – f., fame

Similarly, when placed after द् ( d ), some letters—particularly the aspirates ध ( dha ) and भ ( bha )—are placed without their stick at an angle on the द्’s rounded edge.

द् + ध = द्ध ⟶ बुद्धि buddhi – f., intellegence

द् + भ = द्भ ⟶ अद्भुत adbhut – adj., wonderful

4. पास लाओ ! Bring it close!

A couple of letters—क ( ka ) and फ ( pha )—participate as a first member of a conjunct by simply attaching a shortened version of the small appendage on their right side to the left side of the next letter.

क् + य = क्य ⟶ क्या kyā – pron., what

फ़् + ल = फ़्ल ⟶ फ़्लैट flaiṭ – m., flat/apartment

क् + त = क्त ⟶ भक्ति bhakti – f., devotion

There are a few more rules that apply to specific letters in the Devanagari alphabet.  They are detailed here:

Conjuncts with the letter र ra

The Devanagari letter र ra participates somewhat unusually in conjuncts. Its precise appearance depends on whether it is the first letter in a conjunct a subsequent letter.

1. When र ra comes first

When र ra is the first element in a conjunct, it transforms into a small hook that appears above the letter it precedes.  This can be a bit confusing when readers first encounter it, but it becomes easier to recognize with time.

र् + म = र्म ⟶ धर्म dharma – m., duty, dharma 

र् + द = र्द ⟶ उर्दू urdū – f., Urdu

र् + फ़ = र्फ़ ⟶ सिर्फ़ sirf – adv., only

When the final consonant in a cluster is modified by a vowel that extends the width of the letter (i.e., ा ā , ी ī , ो o , ौ au ), the “hook” of the र ra will go over the top of the stick as far to the right of the syllable as possible.

र् + थी = र्थी ⟶ विद्यार्थी vidyārthī – m., student

र् + फ़ी = र्फ़ी ⟶ बर्फ़ी barfī – f., barfi, an Indian sweet

र् + चा = र्चा ⟶ चर्चा carcā – f., discussion

2. When र ra comes second

When र ra is the final element in a conjunct, it often appears as a short, straight line extending out of the lower portion of a letter at an approximately 45 degree angle.  The exact appearance of the letter can take a few forms.

When the half-letter has a stick that runs from the top of the letter to the bottom (e.g., क ka , प pa , च ca , ज ja , ब ba , भ bha , etc.), the र ra extends out of the lower part of that stick.

श् + र = श्र ⟶ श्री śrī – f., prosperity; used as an honorific 

म + र = म्र ⟶ उम्र umra – f., age

प् + र = प्र ⟶ प्रेम prem – m., love

क् + र = क्र ⟶ क्रिकेट krikeṭ – m., cricket (sport)

When that stick is not there, it often appears beneath the letter, periodically taking the form of an inverted “v” shape when paired with certain Devanagari letters (e.g., ट ṭa , ड ḍa ).

द् + र = द्र ⟶ द्रोण droṇ – prop. noun m., Droṇa, a character in the Mahābhārata

ट् + र = ट्र ⟶ ट्रेन ṭren – f., train

Conjuncts with the letter ह ha

When ह is the first letter in a conjunct, the second letter typically either attaches to the “hook” in the middle of the ह ha in various ways or appears inside the loop in the center of the ह ha .

ह् + म = ह्म ⟶ ब्राह्मण brāhmaṇ – m., Brahmin

ह् + न = ह्न ⟶ चिह्न cihn – f., sign

Special forms with the letter श ( śa )

The letter श śa has a few special forms to learn when combined with र ra , व va , and च ca .

श् + र = श्र ⟶ श्री śrī – f. prosperity; used as an honorific

श् + व = श्व ⟶ अश्व aśva – m., horse

श् + च = श्च ⟶ आश्चर्य āścarya – m., surprise

Some other forms to learn

Some other conjunct forms are a bit harder to recognize and you simply need to memorize them; two (क्ष ( kṣa ) and ज्ञ ( jña )) have already been highlighted above.

क् + ष = क्ष ⟶ क्षमा kṣamā – f., forgiveness

ज् + ञ = ज्ञ ⟶ ज्ञान jñān – m., knowledge; note: the conjunct ज्ञ jña is often pronounced “gya”

त् + र = त्र ⟶ पुत्र putra – m., son

त् + त = त्त ⟶ आपत्ति āpatti – f., misfortune

द् + द = द्द ⟶ रद्दी raddī – adj., worthless, unwanted

द् + य = द्य ⟶ विद्या vidyā – f., knowledge

द् + म = द्म ⟶ पद्म padma – m., lotus

Conjuncts with multiple letters

It is possible for more than two letters to combine in a single conjuncted syllable.  In general, the same rules highlighted above apply here as well.  Simply keep adding them together and applying the relevant rules as you go.

न् + द् + र = न्द्र ⟶ इन्द्र indra – prop. noun m., Indra

स् + त् + र = स्त्र ⟶ स्त्री strī – f., woman

There are two different types of nasalized sounds that occur in Hindi: nasal consonants and nasalized vowels.  There are five nasal consonants in the Hindi alphabet:

The first two (ङ ṅa and ञ ña ), however, appear only rarely in Hindi as standalone letters.  While the letters themselves do not often appear, their sounds are very common in Hindi and are represented by the small dot that appears above letters.  How to pronounce those dots is discussed below:

A single dot without a “half-moon” that appears above a Devanagari letter represents a nasal consonant.  The precise sound of that nasal is actually determined by the letter that comes after the dot.  You’ll notice that in the chart above, all nasals are placed at the end of a row of consonants.  The nasalization dot assimilates to the nasal sound that occurs in the same row as the consonant that comes after the dot.  It sounds more complicated than it is.  Here are a few examples:

कंघा kaṅghā – m., comb 

The dot occurs before the letter घ gha , meaning it takes on the nasal sound that appears in घ’s row (i.e., ङ ṅa ).

गंजा gañjā – adj., bald

The dot occurs before the letter ज ja , meaning it takes on the nasal sound that appears in ज’s row (i.e., ञ ña ).

घंटा ghaṇṭā – m., bell

The dot occurs before the letter ट ṭa , meaning it takes on the nasal sound that appears in ट’s row (i.e., ण ṇa ).

संतरा santarā – m., orange (fruit)

The dot occurs before the letter त ta , meaning it takes on the nasal sound that appears in त’s row (i.e., न na ).

नींबू nīmbū – m., lime/lemon

The dot occurs before the letter ब ba , meaning it takes on the nasal sound that appears in ब’s row (i.e., म ma ).

The dot is often, though not always, interchangeable with the nasal consonant it represents.  When the nasal is written instead of the dot, there will be a conjunct.

हिंदी or हिन्दी hindī – f., Hindi

आरंभ or आरम्भ ārambh – m., beginning

It is not possible to use a dot in place of a nasal in a conjunct of like nasals (e.g., म्म, न्न)

मम्मी mammī – f., mother (affectionate); not मंमी   

पन्नी  pannī – f., foil, plastic bag; not पंनी 

The dot with the half-moon under it will always occur in conjunction with a vowel.  Instead of assimilating to the next sound (as is done with the dot), you actually nasalize the vowel itself by vocalizing it through the roof of your mouth/nose.

जाऊँ jāū̃ – v. (I) should go 

हँसी hãsī – f., laughter 

खाँसी khā̃sī – f., cough 

If there is space restriction on the top of a letter (i.e., due to a flag, hook, etc. from any of the vowel markers used), the “half moon” dot shows up as a simple dot.  But it is still a nasalized vowel, and not a half nasal consonant.  For example:

हैं haĩ – v., is (plural)

दोनों donõ – adj., both 

दंत vs. दाँत

दंत dant and दाँत dā̃t are both words meaning “tooth” but they each utilize a different type of nasalization.  In दंत dant , the dot represents the letter न् n .  In दाँत dā̃t , on the other hand, the dot with the half-moon requires the nasalization of the long आ ā vowel rather than a pronounced nasal consonant.

This transliteration scheme is used when Hindi speakers use Roman script to communicate via text messages, emails, etc.  It is extremely irregular—different people will utilize the Roman script differently to represent their Hindi.  Below are some common renderings of Devanagari letters in this informal transliteration, but you will certainly encounter variations not represented here.

“The Hindi Script” created by Aaron Sherraden and Mansi Bajaj .

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Samvad Lekhan in Hindi संवाद लेखन उदाहरण | Sample- Examples | नमूने

Samvad Lekhan in Hindi संवाद लेखन उदाहरण Sample- Examples नमूने

संवाद – लेखन Dialogue Writing in Hindi

आप जानते हैं कि भाषा की आधारभूत इकाई ‘वाक्य’ है , तो संप्रेषण की आधारभूत इकाई संवाद है | हम अपनी बात को संप्रेषित करने के लिए बातचीत या वार्तालाप करते हैं | वार्तालाप के लिए हमेशा कम से कम दो लोगों की आवश्यकता होती है – ‘वक्ता’ तथा ‘श्रोता’.

What is Samvad Lekhan – संवाद लेखन क्या है

वक्ता अपने मन की बात को श्रोता तक पहुँचाता है और श्रोता उसे सुनकर समझता है और फिर वह उत्तर देता है | वक्ता अपने विचारों को श्रोता तक पहुँचाने के लिए किसी न किसी ‘कोड’ या ‘भाषा’ का सहारा लेता है | संप्रेषण के लिए यह जरूरी है कि श्रोता भी उस ‘कोड’ से परिचित हो , नही तो संप्रेषण नही होगा | निम्नलिखित आरेख के माध्यम से इसे समझिए –


 यदि प्रेषित संदेश का कोड भाषा है , तो उसके दो रूप हो सकते हैं – मौखिक तथा लिखित | मौखिक भाषा में वक्ता बोलकर अपनी बात श्रोता तक पहुँचाता है , जिसे श्रोता सुनकर ग्रहण करता है | यदि भाषा लिखित है तो लेखक अपनी बात लिखकर पाठक तक पहुँचाता है , जिसे पाठक पढ़कर ग्रहण करता है | क्रमशः इसी प्रक्रिया के माध्यम से श्रोता और पाठक उन बातों को समझते हैं , जिन्हें वक्ता और लेखक द्वारा अभिव्यक्त किया जाता है | यदि संदेश मौखिक है तो श्रोता कान से सुनकर और यदि लिखित है तो आँखों से पढ़कर ग्रहण करता है और उस ‘बात’ तक पहुँचता है जिस बात को वक्ता ने कहना चाहा है | फिर उसके उत्तर में श्रोता कुछ कहता है और वक्ता उसे ग्रहण करता है | इस तरह दोनों के बीच ‘वार्तालाप’ या ‘संवाद’ जन्म लेता है | संवाद लेखन class 9 hindi

संवाद में वक्ता तथा श्रोता की भूमिकाएँ बदलती रहती हैं | वक्ता की बात को ग्रहण करने के बाद जब श्रोता अपनी बात कहता है , तब वह वक्ता बन जाता है |

   इस तरह से यह कहा जा सकता है कि संवाद या वार्तालाप संप्रेषण का प्रमुख आधार है |

   संवाद शब्द ‘सम’ उपसर्ग तथा ‘वाद’ शब्द के मेल से बना है | ‘वाद’ का अर्थ है – कहा हुआ या कथन तथा सम का अर्थ है – सम्यक रूप से या भली प्रकार | इस तरह संवाद वे कथन हैं , जो सम्यक रूप से कहे गये हैं | संवाद के लिए आवश्यक है कि वक्ता तथा श्रोता आमने – सामने हों , लेकिन आज का युग इलेक्ट्रानिक मीडिया का युग है | विज्ञान ने संवाद के ऐसे साधन खोज निकाले हैं कि वक्ता और श्रोता आमने – सामने नही भी हैं तो भी संवाद हो जाता है ; जैसे – टेलीफोन , मोबाइल , आडियो – वीडियो – कानफ्रेसिंग आदि के द्वारा | संवाद लेखन class 9 hindi

   संवाद छोटे भी हो सकते हैं और बड़े भी | एकांकी , नाटक , फिल्मों की पटकथा आदि बड़े – बड़े संवादों के उदाहरण हैं | ये संवादों के लिखित रूप हैं | इनमें अनेक पात्र होते हैं , एक कथा होती है तथा कथा के परिप्रेक्ष्य में अलग – अलग संदर्भों व स्थितियों में विभिन्न पात्रों के संवाद लिख लिए जाते हैं |

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जहाँ तक छोटे वार्तालापों या संवादों का प्रश्न है , इनका संबंध हमारे दैनिक जीवन से होता है | आप जानते हैं कि समाज में मनुष्य अलग – अलग स्थितियों एवं संदर्भों में , अलग – अलग लोगों के साथ अलग – अलग तरह से

संवाद करता है | इन संवादों के माध्यम से वक्ता और श्रोता की मनः स्थिति , मनोभाव आदि सभी को व्यक्त होने का अवसर मिलता है ; जैसे – एक बच्चा अपने दोस्त से कभी हँसकर , तो कभी नाराज होकर बात करता है | अपने अध्यापक से यदि होमवर्क नही किया है तो डरकर बात करता है ; अपनी माँ से प्रेम और आदर से बात करता है आदि | कहने का तात्पर्य यही है कि संवादों के माध्यम से विभिन्न भाव – भंगिमाओं की अभिव्यक्ति होती है , जिन्हें लिखित भाषा में व्यक्त कर पाना संभव नही होता | इनके लिए कोष्टक में कुछ संकेत मात्र ही दिए जा सकते हैं ; जैसे – मालिक – ( नौकर से गुस्से में ) निकल जा घर से बाहर |

   इसके अतिरिक्त संवादों की भाषा जितनी सरल एवं पात्रानुकूल होगी , संवाद उतने ही संप्रेषणीय होंगे | उदाहरण के लिए , आप अपने ट्यूटर से कह सकते हैं कि , “महोदय , आप नित्य शाम को मुझे पढ़ाने हेतु आ जाया कीजियेगा” , पर इस तरह की भाषा का प्रयोग सब्जीवाले से सब्जी खरीदने के लिए नहीं कर सकते | उससे आप यदि कहेंगे कि – “महोदय , आप नित्य शाम को हमारे यहाँ सब्जी देने आ जाया कीजिएगा” , तो वाक्य अटपटा लगेगा | कहने का तात्पर्य इतना है कि भाषा पात्रानुकूल होनी चाहिए | अतः सब्जीवाले के लिए अधिक उपयुक्त वाक्य होगा – “भैया , हमारे यहाँ रोज शाम को सब्जी दे जाया करो |”

संवाद लेखन टिप्स- Dialogue Writing in Hindi

इस तरह संवाद – लेखन के लिए निम्नलिखित बातों को ध्यान में रखें –

  • संवाद का मुख्य उददेश्य है – संप्रेषण अर्थात जो कुछ कहा जा रहा है , वह पूरी तरह संप्रेषित हो जाए |
  • जो बात कही जा रही है , वह बोधगम्य होनी चाहिए |
  • संवादों के लिए प्रयुक्त भाषा सरल , सहज और पात्रानुकूल होनी चाहिए |
  • संवादों में छोटे – छोटे सरल वाक्यों का प्रयोग अधिक होना चाहिए | संयुक्त और मिश्र वाक्यों के प्रयोग से बचना चाहिए , क्योंकि यदि लंबे जटिल वाक्य होंगे , तो श्रोता सुनकर समझ नही पाएगा |
  • वक्ता ने बोलते समय जिन भाव – भंगिमाओ , मौखिक चेष्टाओं का प्रयोग किया है , उन्हें संकेत रूप में कोष्टक के अंदर लिखना चाहिए |
  • संवाद जितने रोचक और चुटीले होंगे , उतने ही अधिक प्रभावी होंगे | अतः प्रभावोत्पादकता का ध्यान रखना चाहिए |
  • संवादों में किसी को यदि आदेश या निर्देश दिए जाने हों तो एक साथ कई आदेश – निर्देश नहीं देने चाहिए ; क्योंकि यह हो सकता है कि श्रोता सभी को अपने ध्यान में न रख पाए Samvad Lekhan in Hindi |
  • संवादों में चमत्कारपूर्ण वाक्यों , अनेकार्थी वाक्यों , मुहावरे , लोकोक्तियों के प्रयोग से बचना चाहिए , क्योंकि यदि श्रोता इनको नही समझ पाता तो संप्रेषण संभव नहीं होगा |
  • संवाद – लेखन के लिए जब भी किसी को निर्देश दिए जाएँ , तो स्थिति , सन्दर्भ तथा पात्रों की मनः स्थिति आदि के बारे में अवश्य बता देना चाहिए |

जैसा हमने पहले ही बताया था कि Samvad Lekhan in Hindi for Class 9 अत्यंत मात्वपूर्ण होता है तो आइए , संवाद – लेखन के कुछ नमूने देखते हैं –

एक महिला तथा सब्जीवाले के बीच संवाद –

महिला – ( सब्जीवाले से ) भैया , ये टमाटर कैसे दिए ?

सब्जीवाला – पचास रुपये किलो |

महिला – इतने महँगे ?

सब्जीवाला – क्या करें बीबी जी ! मंडी से ही महँगे आ रहे हैं | आप लीजिये | चालीस लगा दुँगा |

महिला – ठीक है , आधा किलो दे दो | और करेला क्या भाव है ?

सब्जीवाला – आपके लिए तीस रुपये किलो |

महिला – आधा किलो करेला भी दे दो |

सब्जीवाला – ( सारी सब्जियाँ देते हुए ) ये लीजिये |

           ( महिला सब्जीवाले को पैंतालिस रुपये देती है और सब्जी लेकर चली जाती है )

Samvad Lekhan Topics – नीचे एक डॉक्टर एवं मरीज के मध्य संवाद देखें

डाक्टर और मरीज के बीच संवाद Samvad Lekhan in Hindi –

     स्थान – डाक्टर का क्लीनिक

सुधा – डाक्टर साहब , नमस्कार |

डाक्टर – आइए बैठिए | बताइए , क्या तकलीफ है ?

सुधा – डाक्टर साहब ! सर्दी लगकर तेज़ बुखार आ रहा है |

डाक्टर – ( स्टेथोस्कोप सीने तथा पीठ पर लगाकर चेक करते हुए ) खाँसी भी आती है ?

सुधा – जी , डाक्टर साहब ! सूखी खाँसी आती है |

डाक्टर – गला दिखाइए | ( टार्च की रोशनी डालकर गला देखने के बाद )

       गला तो सूजा हुआ है |

सुधा – हुआ क्या है , डाक्टर साहब ?

डाक्टर – वायरल इंफेक्शन है | ये दवाइयाँ तीन दिन खाइए | ठीक हो जाएगा |

नीचे एक विवेक नामक व्यक्ति एवं एक टेक्सी वाले के मध्य संवाद देखें Samvad Lekhan Topics

विवेक और टैक्सीवाले के बीच संवाद –

     स्थान – टैक्सी स्टैंड पर

विवेक – ( टैक्सीवाले से ) भैया , स्टेशन चलोगे ?

टैक्सीवाला – चलूँगा जी ! कितनी सवारियाँ हैं ?

विवेक – उससे क्या लेना – देना ? टैक्सी में जितनी एलाउड हैं , उतनी ही होंगी |

टैक्सीवाला – ठीक है बाबू जी ! सौ रूपए दे दीजिएगा |

विवेक – सौ क्यों ? मीटर से चलो |

टैक्सीवाला – मीटर से जाना है तो कोई दूसरी टैक्सी ले लीजिए |

विवेक – ठीक है | ( उसकी गाड़ी का नंबर नोट करता है और पुलिस को फोन करता है | पुलिस से तुम्हारी

       शिकायत करता हूँ | 

टैक्सीवाला – पुलिस का चक्कर रहने दीजिये | चलिए , मीटर से ही चलिए |

रेलवे पूछताछ – खिड़की पर विवेक और पूछताछ बाबू के बीच संवाद –

विवेक – भाई साहब , जरा बताएँगे कि गुवाहटी राजधानी किस प्लेटफार्म पर आएगी ?

पूछताछ बाबू – गुवाहटी से आने वाली या गुवाहटी को जानेवाली , कौन – सी राजधानी ?

विवेक – गुवाहटी जानेवाली |

पूछताछ बाबू – गुवाहटी राजधानी आज लेट आई है | दो घंटे देरी से रवाना होगी |

विवेक – किस प्लेटफार्म से ?

पूछताछ बाबू – अभी प्लेटफार्म की सूचना नही आई है | एक घंटे के अंदर एनाउन्समेंट हो जाएगा |

विवेक – तब तक हम लोग सामान लेकर कहाँ जाएँ ?

पूछताछ बाबू – ए० सी० वेंटिंग रूम में जाकर बैठिए | ट्रेन के बारे में सभी सूचनाएँ वहीं मिल जायेंगी |

विवेक – जी , धन्यवाद |

संवाद लेखन class 9 Hindi

पोस्ट आफिस में दिव्यांश और बाबू के बीच संवाद –

निर्देश – दिव्यांश के पिता जी उसे एक पत्र स्पीड पोस्ट करने के लिए पोस्ट आफिस भेजते हैं | दिव्यांश पोस्ट आफिस में जाकर बातचीत करता है |

( दिव्यांश पोस्ट आफिस में एक काउन्टर पर जाकर पूछताछ करता है )

दिव्यांश – भाई साहब ! मुझे एक लिफाफा ‘स्पीड पोस्ट’ से भेजना है | इसके लिए मुझे क्या करना होगा ?

बाबू – आप गलत काउंटर पर आये हैं | काउंटर सं० – 6 पर जाइए | वहाँ वे सब बता देंगे |

      ( दिव्यांश ‘सारी’ कहकर काउंटर सं० – 6 पर जाता है )

दिव्यांश – नमस्कार सर ! मुझे यह लिफाफा स्पीड पोस्ट से भेजना है , इसके लिए क्या करना होगा ?

बाबू – ( लिफाफा दिव्यांश से लेता है और वेइंग मशीन पर रखकर उसका वजन करता है ) इस पर 70 रुपये

      का टिकट लगेगा |

दिव्यांश – ठीक है , दे दीजिये 70 रुपये का टिकट | ( 70 रुपये देता है तथा टिकट लेकर लिफ़ाफ़े पर लगा 

         देता है | )

         लीजिए लिफाफा टिकट लगा दिया है |

बाबू – ( लिफाफा ले लेता है ) दो मिनट रुकिए , अभी इसकी रसीद देता हूँ | ( रसीद तैयार कर के दिव्यांश 

     को देते हुए ) लीजिए |

दिव्यांश – ( रसीद लेते हुए ) धन्यवाद !

आइये देखें दो मित्रों के बीच संवाद संवाद लेखन class 9 Hindi –

निर्देश – साहिल का मित्र करीम अपने माता – पिता के साथ कश्मीर घूमने गया है | वहाँ अचानक आई बाढ़ के कारण वे लोग कहीं फँस गये हैं | उनके विषय में चिंता व्यक्त करते हुए साहिल और उसके दूसरे दोस्त हसन के साथ हुई बातचीत |

साहिल – (अपने दोस्त हसन से) हसन ! तुम्हे पता है कि करीम अपने माता – पिता के साथ कश्मीर गया है |

हसन – हाँ ! श्री नगर से तीन दिन पहले उसने मुझे फोन भी किया था , पर उसके बाद कोई खबर नही है |

साहिल – पूरा श्री नगर बाढ़ की चपेट में है | मुझे तो करीम और उसके माता – पिता की चिंता हो रही है |

हसन – हाँ , यार ! मैं भी बहुत परेशान हूँ | किन्तु राहत की बात यह है कि सेना वहाँ मदद के लिए पहुँच

      चुका है |

साहिल – मैं तो ऊपरवाले से यही प्रार्थना करता हूँ कि वे लोग सकुशल पर लौट आएँ |

पुत्र – पिता के बीच संवाद –

निर्देश – सुहेल के पिता जी बहुत सिगरेट पीते हैं | सुहेल की माँ भी उनको काफ़ी समझा चुकी हैं , पर वे नहीं मानते | इस विषय में सुहेल अपने पिता जी से बातचीत करता है |

सुहेल – पापा ! क्या मैं आपसे दो मिनट बात कर सकता हूँ ?

पापा – हाँ , हाँ , बोलो क्या बात है ?

सुहेल – पापा , आप सिगरेट के धुएँ का छल्ला कैसे बना लेते हैं ? एक दिन मैंने कोशिश की थी , पर मुझसे

      नही बना |

पापा – ( गुस्सा करते हुए ) तुझे गलत काम करने की हिम्मत कैसे हुई ?

सुहेल – पापा ! आपके लिए भी तो सिगरेट पीना तो गलत काम है |

पापा – मैं तो बड़ा हूँ , तू मेरी बराबरी कैसे कर सकता है ?

सुहेल – पापा ! अभी से शुरू करूँगा , तभी तो बड़ा होकर आप जैसे छल्ले बनाउँगा |

पापा – ( कुछ सोचने लगते हैं , उनकी गर्दन शर्म से झुक जाती है ) बेटा ! तुमने तो आज मेरी आँखें खोल दी

      | मैं अब कभी सिगरेट नहीं पीऊँगा |

सुहेल – धन्यवाद पापा ! मैंने भी कभी सिगरेट नहीं पी |

शिक्षण संस्थानों में छात्रों की सुरक्षा को लेकर दो मित्रो के बीच संवाद –

ईशान – प्रशांत , क्या तुमने आज का समाचार – पत्र पढ़ा ?

प्रशांत – नहीं , कोई विशेष खबर है क्या ?

ईशान – हाँ , गुरुग्राम के एक नामी स्कूल में पहली कक्षा में एक छात्र की हत्या कर दी गई है |

प्रशांत – यह तो बहुत दुखद घटना है | इसमें स्कूल प्रशासन से कहीं न कहीं अवश्य चूक हुई होगी |

ईशान – वह तो है , लेकिन मैं स्कूल प्रशासन के साथ – साथ समाज और सरकार को भी इसके लिए जिम्मेदार

      मानता हूँ |

प्रशांत – इसके लिए समाज और सरकार कैसे जिम्मेदार है ?

ईशान – समाज इतना संवेदनहीन हो चुका है कि अपनी भौतिक लिप्सा तथा अहं की पूर्ति के लिए लोग किसी भी प्रकार की अपराधिक घटना को सहज रूप से करने को तत्पर हैं | समाज का नैतिक पतन हो चुका है और सरकारी व्यवस्था इतनी लचर है कि लोगों में उसका डर नाममात्र का भी नहीं है | ऐसे में इस प्रकार की घटनाओं का होना स्वभाविक है |

प्रशांत – तुमने बिल्कुल सही कहा है |

क्रीडा शिक्षक और छात्र के बीच संवाद –

निर्देश – सुमित और मुकेश दोनों स्कूल की क्रिकेट टीम में चुने जाने के लिए कोशिश कर रहे थे | सुमित का चयन तो हो गया , पर मुकेश को नहीं चुना गया | वह बहुत दुखी है | इस संवंध में वह क्रीडा – शिक्षक श्री किशन वर्मा से बात करने जाता है |

मुकेश – वर्मा सर ! नमस्कार ! क्या मैं आपसे बात कर सकता हूँ ?

वर्मा जी – क्यों नहीं | बताओ , क्या बात है ?

मुकेश – सर , आप तो जानते ही हैं कि मैं क्रिकेट टीम में चुने जाने के लिए नियमित रूप से प्रैक्टिस पर 

       आता रहा , फिर भी मेरा चयन क्यों नहीं हुआ ?

वर्मा जी – मुकेश , चयन में पूरी ईमानदारी बरती गई है | सबका चयन पर फार्मेस के आधार पर ही हुआ है |

मुकेश – पर सर ! माफ़ कीजिएगा , सुमित का चयन कैसे हो गया ? न तो बैंटिंग ही अच्छी करता है और न 

       बालिंग ?

वर्मा जी – मुकेश ! तुम्हारी गलत फहमी है | वह एक अच्छा विकेटकीपर है | इमरजेंसी के लिए हमे एक

         अतिरिक्त विकेटकीपर की जरूरत थी , इसलिए उसका चुनाव हुआ |

मुकेश – समझ गया , सर ! मेरी गलतफहमी दूर हो गई |

दो मित्रों के बीच संवाद –

निर्देश – देश में बुलेट ट्रेन चलाए जाने की घोषणा हुई है | इस विषय पर सलीम और रंजीत में बातचीत होती है |

सलीम – यार रंजीत ! प्रधानमंत्री देश में शीघ्र ही बुलेट ट्रेन चलाने की घोषणा की है |

रंजीत – हाँ सलीम ! मैंने भी सुना है |

सलीम – रंजीत ! ये बताओ , भारत जैसे गरीब देश को बुलेट ट्रेन की जरूरत क्यों है ? यहाँ तो अभी बुनियादी आवश्यकताएँ भी पूरी नहीं हो पाई हैं |

रंजीत – नहीं सलीम ! सरकार देश के चहुँमुखी विकास के लिए कटिबद्ध है | धीरे – धीरे सभी कुछ ठीक होगा |

सलीम – तुम तो आशावादी हो | मुझे तो इन नेताओं की बातों पर भरोसा नहीं होता |

रंजीत – तु म इस बात से तो सहमत होगे कि सरकार ने अब तक जो भी कदम उठाए हैं सभी आम आदमी के हित में है |

सलीम – हाँ , इस बात से तो मैं सहमत हूँ |

रंजीत – तो बस विश्वास बनाए रखो | अच्छे दिन जरूर आयेंगे |

अभ्यास – कार्य

1.संवाद से क्या तात्पर्य है ? भाषा में संवादों का क्या महत्त्व है ?

2. संवाद लिखते समय किन – किन बातों का ध्यान रखना चाहिए ?

3. निम्नलिखित विषयों पर लगभग 50 शब्दों संवाद लिखिए –

  • श्री मति शर्मा तथा फलवाले के बीच फल खरीदने संबंधी संवाद |
  • कास्मेटिक सामान खरीदने के संबंध में शर्मीला और दुकानदार का संवाद |
  • अपने मित्र को स्टेशन पर लेने गये सुमित की ट्रेन के पहुँचने , प्लेटफार्म टिकट आदि के बारे में ‘पूछताछ खिड़की’ पर संवाद |
  • पोस्ट आफिस में पोस्टकार्ड , लिफ़ाफ़े तथा टिकटें खरीदने के संबंध में बातचीत |
  • बैंक में खाता खोलने के संबंध में ग्राहक एवं बैंक प्रबंधक के बीच संवाद |
  • नया मकान खरीदने के लिए शर्मा जी बैंक से ऋण लेना चाहते हैं | इस संवंध में बैंक प्रबंधक और शर्मा जी के बीच संवाद |

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How to Write in Hindi

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Hindi is one of the official languages of India, with more than 545 million speakers. This Indo-Aryan language is written using the Devanagari script. [1] X Research source The Devanagari alphabet is written from left to right and top to bottom in horizontal lines. The alphabet includes both consonants and vowels. The language also includes more than a thousand conjunct letters, which are used to express clusters of consonants. [2] X Research source

Forming Individual Letters

Step 1 Download a chart of Devanagari letters.

  • The University of North Carolina has a full chart of all the Devanagari letters available at https://taj.oasis.unc.edu/Hindi.Less.25/wrtingsys.htm . Another chart with the letters divided into pronunciation groups is available at https://www.omniglot.com/writing/devanagari.htm .
  • Practice a small group of 5 or 6 letters for a few minutes each day. When you can write those letters automatically, move on to the next group of letters. Remember to go back and review the letters periodically so you don't forget what you've learned.

Step 2 Start with short vowels.

  • The strokes that you make are important. Doing them correctly and in order will make it easier when you start connecting letters together to write words. Your letter chart may outline the strokes to be made, or you can search online for other sources that give you the correct ordering of the strokes for each letter.
  • The horizontal line at the top of each letter is always the last stroke to finish the letter. When you practice, try to keep the letters close to the same size, so this line is always at roughly the same height.

Step 3 Extend short vowel letters to make long vowels.

  • For example, अ is a short a , which has a sound similar to the a in the English word "about." Add another vertical line after the first to make a long a , आ. This vowel has a sound similar to the a in the English word "father."

Step 4 Practice dependent and independent forms of vowels.

  • All consonants are attached to a short a , unless specified otherwise. Therefore, the short a , or अ, does not have a matra , or dependent form.
  • Each vowel's matra is 1 or 2 strokes appended to the consonant the vowel is attached to. For example, the matra for a long a is ा (with the circle showing where the consonant should go). A long a attached to the letter sa would look like this: सा.

Step 5 Learn consonants after you've mastered vowels.

  • You might also practice the consonant with the different vowel matras, so you know how to write these syllables. Since Hindi is a phonetic language, this will help you when you start reading and writing words.

Step 6 Use a script tutor to improve your writing.

  • The script tutor available at https://www.hindibhasha.com/ is recommended by many university language departments for learning Devanagari script.

Creating Short Words

Step 1 Form your letters along a

  • For some letters, such as the short a , the line isn't over the entire letter. Keep this in mind when you're connecting multiple letters together. [9] X Research source

Step 2 Start with some of the most common words in Hindi.

  • For example, a Hindi word most people are familiar with is "namaste." This greeting, written in the Devanagari script, is नमस्ते.
  • Writing polite words and phrases is also important. For example, if you wanted to say "thank you" in a letter, you would write धन्यवाद.

Step 3 Use a children's song to learn parts of the body.

  • You can find the words and script on many language learning websites. For example, many of the words for parts of the body included in the song are available at https://blogs.transparent.com/hindi/hindi-vocabulary-for-body-parts/ . You can also use a Hindi-English dictionary to find translations for the words you need.

Step 4 Label items around your home to increase your vocabulary.

  • Start with a handful of large objects. Once you've committed them to memory, you can add a few more. You might also go from a large object to a small object. For example, you could label your bed (बिस्तर), then later add words for "pillow" or "blanket."
  • The University of North Carolina has an extensive introductory program on Hindi and the Devanagari script available online for free at https://taj.oasis.unc.edu/ . This program includes lessons on Hindi grammar and vocabulary, as well as listening exercises and quizzes to test your knowledge. Many of the vocabulary words can be used to label items around your home.

Writing Full Sentences

Step 1 Use subject-object-verb word order.

  • For example, in English, you might say "these tomatoes are cheap." However, the Hindi sentence would read "ये टमाटर सस्ते हैं।" The literal translation would be "these tomatoes cheap are."

Step 2 Punctuate sentences as you would in English.

  • If you use a period rather than the purn viraam , most Hindi readers and speakers will understand the mark to mean the same thing.
  • Hindi does not have a separate mark to indicate a space between words. Simply type a space as you would in a language, such as English, that uses the Latin alphabet.

Step 3 Practice writing some basic questions.

  • For example, to write "What is your name?" you would write: "आपका नाम क्या है?" This literally translates to "Your name what is?"

Step 4 Read in Hindi to become more familiar with script.

  • Colorado State University has an extensive list of Hindi resources on the internet available at http://www.cs.colostate.edu/~malaiya/hindilinks.html .
  • Reading children's books is also a good way to become more familiar with the language and learn simple words and phrases. Check the Learning Hindi website for links to digital files of children's books that you can download for free.

Step 5 Connect with native speakers to practice.

  • You can also read and write in various forums and social networks for native speakers and students learning the Hindi language. For example, Reddit has a Hindi language forum available at https://www.reddit.com/r/Hindi/ .

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  • ↑ https://www.omniglot.com/writing/hindi.htm
  • ↑ https://www.omniglot.com/writing/devanagari.htm
  • ↑ https://taj.oasis.unc.edu/Hindi.Less.25/wrtingsys.htm
  • ↑ https://www.ashtangayoga.info/sanskrit/devanagari/short-vowels/
  • ↑ https://www.ashtangayoga.info/sanskrit/devanagari/long-vowels/
  • ↑ https://www.ashtangayoga.info/sanskrit/devanagari/
  • ↑ https://www.omniglot.com/language/phrases/hindi.php
  • ↑ http://mylanguages.org/multimedia/hindi_audio_body.php
  • ↑ http://mylanguages.org/multimedia/hindi_audio_objects.php
  • ↑ https://taj.oasis.unc.edu/Hindi.Less.01/grammar.html
  • ↑ https://www.omniglot.com/language/articles/devanagari.htm
  • ↑ https://taj.oasis.unc.edu/Hindi.Less.01/grammar02.html
  • ↑ http://www.cs.colostate.edu/~malaiya/hindilinks.html

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Dialogue Writing in Hindi Definition, Topics and Format


Dialogue Writing Definition in Hindi – संवाद लेखन परिभाषा

Dialogue Writing in Hindi संवाद दो या दो से अधिक लोगों के बीच की बातचीत है। यह एक महत्वपूर्ण विषय, घटना या घटना पर बात है। हमें हमेशा याद रखना चाहिए कि संवाद लेखन लेखन कौशल का एक उपयोगी रूप है। यह बातचीत में शामिल लोगों के विचारों, विचारों, सोच या राय को व्यक्त करता है। बोली जाने वाली अंग्रेजी में कौशल हासिल करना आवश्यक है।

How to write Dialogue in Hindi – संवाद कैसे लिखें किया तरीक़ा है

  • सबसे पहले आप कम से कम दो काल्पनिक व्यक्तियों का चयन करें।
  • व्यक्ति को दिए गए विषय के बारे में बात करें।
  • बात को सहज और स्वाभाविक बनाएं।
  • वक्ताओं के बीच आनुपातिक तरीके से वाक्यों को वितरित करें।
  • व्यक्ति को बारी-बारी से अपने विचारों पर बहस करने दें।
  • वाक्य बहुत आसान, छोटे या सरल होने चाहिए ताकि अगला व्यक्ति जल्दी से समझ सके और सीखे हुए वाक्यांशों से बच सके।
  • स्वयं के शब्द वाक्यों का अक्सर उपयोग किया जा सकता है।
  • जहाँ तक संभव हो अनुबंधित भावों का प्रयोग करें।
  • किसी कथन की पुष्टि के लिए टैग प्रश्नों का प्रयोग करें।
  • हमेशा विनम्र शब्दों का प्रयोग किया गया है।

Dialogue Writing Format in Hindi

Conversation between teacher & student in hindi – जाने की अनुमति प्राप्त करने के लिए शिक्षक और छात्र के बीच संवाद।.

छात्र: क्या मैं अंदर आ सकता हूँ, सर?

शिक्षक: हाँ, आओ। क्या मामला है?

छात्र: मैं जाना चाहता हूँ, सर। मैं अपनी कक्षाएं जारी नहीं रख सकता।

टीचर: तुम्हें क्या हो गया है?

छात्र: मुझे तेज बुखार हो गया है। मुझे बहुत गर्मी लगती है। मुझे अपने पूरे शरीर में दर्द भी महसूस होता है।

शिक्षक: लेकिन, मैं तुम्हें अभी जाने की अनुमति कैसे दूं? यह पहला हाफ पीरियड चल रहा है। फिर स्कूल क्यों आए?

छात्र: मैं घर पर बिल्कुल ठीक था। मैं तब भी ठीक था जब क्लास शुरू हुई। हाफ पीरियड के दौरान मुझे बेचैनी होने लगी।

शिक्षक: ठीक है, मैं तुम्हें और परेशानी नहीं दूँगा। क्या आपको अपने साथ जाने के लिए किसी की आवश्यकता है?

छात्र: नहीं सर। मैं बस स्टैंड से बस ले लूँगा। मुझे लगता है कि वह मेरी बहुत मदद करेगा।

शिक्षक: ठीक है, घर पहुंचने के बाद कृपया मुझे कॉल करें।

छात्र: ज़रूर सर। शुक्रिया।

शिक्षक:  आपका स्वागत है।

Conversation between Doctor and Patient – डॉक्टर और मरीज के बीच बातचीत

मरीज: क्या मैं अंदर आ सकता हूं डॉक्टर?

डॉक्टर: हाँ, अंदर आओ, और वह कुर्सी ले लो, प्लीज। तुम्हारी समस्या क्या है?

मरीज: मुझे भूख कम लग रही है। मैं असहज महसूस करता हूं।

डॉक्टर: कोई और परेशानी?

मरीज: नहीं, डॉक्टर।

डॉक्टर: मैं तुम्हारी आंखें और जीभ दिखाता हूं। मुझे आपकी नब्ज भी महसूस करने दो। क्या आप कमजोर महसूस करते हैं?

मरीज: हां डॉक्टर। मुझे बहुत कमजोरी महसूस होती है।

डॉक्टर: क्या आपको धूम्रपान पसंद है?

मरीज: अरे हाँ। मुझे धूम्रपान करना पसंद है कभी-कभी यह मेरी आदत है।

डॉक्टर: ठीक है। मैं दवा लिख रहा हूँ। लेकिन सिर्फ दवा से काम नहीं चलेगा। आपको धूम्रपान की आदत छोड़नी होगी।

मरीज: ठीक है सर। मुझे अपनी पूरी कोशिश करनी होगी। शुक्रिया डॉक्टर।

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  • a conversation between two persons
  • the lines spoken by characters in drama or fiction
  • a literary composition in the form of a conversation between two people; "he has read Platos Dialogues in the original Greek"


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Dialogue Writing - Style, Format and Examples

Are you a good speaker or a great listener? If you are, you should have definitely come across multiple instances where something you said or you heard someone say stuck to your mind. This happens mainly because those words touched your heart or made you think. That is the effect of a good dialogue. Even a simple conversation with your family, friends or even an unknown group of people can give you ideas and thoughts to ponder on.

This article will introduce you to the art of dialogue writing and give you information about all that you need to know. Furthermore, go through the sample dialogues and analyse how they make an effect.

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What is dialogue writing, the purposes of writing a dialogue, inner dialogue, outer dialogue, basic format and structure of a dialogue, punctuation, what not to do when writing a dialogue – points to remember, dialogues from stories and plays, dialogues from movies and tv shows, frequently asked questions on dialogue writing in english.

The term ‘dialogue’ is something all of you would be familiar with. As social beings, people (irrespective of being young or old, male or female) communicate with each other. Such a communication where both parties involved in the conversation have something to say about the topic being discussed can be said to be dialogue. A dialogue can be on any topic – a very simple talk about a daily chore, a serious talk about a social or medical problem, a discussion about what has to be done for an event and so on. The only point that you should remember is that a dialogue isn’t just any conversation but a conversation between two people specifically.

The Collins Dictionary defines the term ‘dialogue’ as “a conversation between two people in a book, film, or play”. Transcribing a dialogue in writing or presenting a conversation in text is referred to as dialogue writing.

What do you think is the reason behind writing dialogues in a story, play or film? Is it mandatory to include dialogues in a story? There are stories where you have a third person narrator or one of the characters of the story presenting the story from their perspective. What difference does it make when there are dialogues instead of just someone narrating each and everything that is happening in the story?

Having dialogues along with stage directions instead of just narrations can be said to be a better writing technique as it gives the readers a clear picture of the characteristics of the various characters in the story, play or movie. It also gives your characters life, and above all, a voice of their own. Dialogues portray the emotional state, mindset, background information and attitude of the speakers. This will always be more effective as it would let the readers connect with the characters on a more personal level.

Dialogue writing is also one area where the writers get to be creative even to the extent of breaking some conventional grammatical rules. For instance, elongating a word or writing the whole word in capital letters or using multiple question marks or exclamation marks to stress on whatever is being said. For example: YESSSS!!

Another component of dialogue writing is adding stage directions. Stage directions are short phrases written in brackets that give the reader an idea of what the character is doing as they engage in the dialogue. For example: Dan (rubbing his eyes): I am still tired.

Types of Dialogues

Dialogues can be classified into two main types namely,

The term ‘inner dialogue’ refers to the individual character’s thoughts which are not spoken aloud; in other words, said to anyone else. They can be something a character is thinking as the other character is speaking and their thoughts about what is going on or what the other character is doing. These inner dialogues are not placed within quotation marks .

As the name suggests, ‘outer dialogues’ are thoughts that are spoken aloud. They refer to everything the two characters involved in the dialogue say to each other. Outer dialogues are usually placed with quotation marks.

Fundamental Rules to Be Followed When Writing a Dialogue

Dialogue writing can look and sound simple; however, when actually putting dialogue in writing, there are certain rules regarding the structure and format you need to follow. Go through each of these in detail in the sections given below.

Dialogues can be part of a story, a play or a movie. Each one has a different structure and format in which the dialogues have to be presented; however, there is a basic structure that can be followed. Go through the following points to learn the essential attributes a dialogue must have.

  • The first thing you have to do before you write a dialogue is to decide who the characters are.
  • You should also have a clear idea of the plot of the story, or in general, the context of the dialogue.
  • Dialogues can be just a sentence, two or three lines or even a short paragraph. Whatever be the case, always remember that each character’s dialogue, no matter how short or long, has to be written on the next line. In other words, no two dialogues should appear on the same line. Also see to it that you indent each dialogue.
  • If the dialogues are one-liners, you can write them one after the other. On the contrary, if each of your characters are speaking in chunks (short or long paragraphs), it is mandatory that you show the difference by using an optimum line spacing.
  • Be very careful with the tense used in the dialogue.
  • It is better to skip the small talk (including greetings) and start off with the point of discussion unless the small talk is crucial to setting the mood of the conversation.

In every form of writing, punctuation is an important factor that makes it sensible. In the same manner, dialogue writing also would not make any sense without proper punctuation. Learn how to punctuate dialogues by going through the following points.

  • The first rule would be adding a colon after the name of the character to indicate that the particular character is the one speaking at the moment. Sometimes, a hyphen is used instead of a colon.
  • The name of the character should always start with a capital letter as it is a proper noun. Sometimes, you will have characters such as villagers, student 1, student 2, etc. In these cases also, you will have to use a capital letter.
  • Dialogues are to be placed within quotation marks.
  • If you are including a character’s dialogue in another character’s dialogue, it has to be placed within single quotation marks. For example: “Don’t you think Rakesh saying ‘I will take the lead’ has some hidden agenda?”
  • Also remember that any punctuation mark corresponding to the dialogue should always be placed within double quotation marks. For instance, if the dialogue is an interrogative sentence , the question mark has to come first marking the end of the sentence followed by the double quotation marks marking the end of the dialogue.
  • When you insert the tag in the middle of the dialogue, make sure you close the quotation marks before the tag. The tag is preceded and followed by a comma . When you open quotation marks to continue the dialogue, see to it that you use a small letter to begin with if it is the continuation of the dialogue, and close the quotation marks once the dialogue is complete. For example: “Do you know”, he shouted to everyone, “who the new manager is?”
  • If the dialogue tag is positioned in the beginning of the sentence, see to it that you start it with a capital letter as you are starting a new sentence. Place a comma after the dialogue tag followed by open quotation marks, the dialogue starting with a capital letter followed by the punctuation mark of the quote and close quotation marks. For example: Josh mumbled, “Nobody understands the main problem here.”
  • A dialogue can also appear at the end of the sentence. In this case, the quotation comes first. Once you punctuate the quote and close the quotation marks, place the dialogue tag. Note that the dialogue tag is not capitalised. For example: “Are you coming with us?” Sarah asked.
  • If a character’s dialogue is being interrupted by another character, use a dash to indicate the interference. For example: “I was wondering –”

“Are you ready to go?”

  • Actions and body language of characters can be described in sentences and they can appear in between dialogues. For example: “I am not interested.” She shrugged her shoulders. “But, I will do it just for you.”

Now that you know how to write a dialogue, let us also look at what all you are not supposed to do when writing a dialogue.

  • Using dialogue tags does give some clarity about the action and body language of the characters, but see to it that you do not use dialogue tags with every single dialogue. Also, make sure you don’t use too little.
  • Using colloquial language is allowed in dialogue writing, but use them only if it matches the context.
  • Dialogues need not be grammatically correct all the time. That does not mean you can write structureless sentences. You can have individual words or phrases as a dialogue. For example: “What?”, “Of course!”, “She started the fight?”

Examples of Dialogue Writing

To help you understand and learn the art of dialogue writing, here are a few examples from some famous stories, plays, movies and TV shows.

A few examples from ‘The Crocodile and the Monkey’ are given below. Go through them and try to analyse how the description and dialogues are written.

  • The crocodile’s wife thought to herself, “If the monkey eats only these sweet rose-apples, his flesh must be sweet too. He would be a delicious dinner.”
  • When they reached, the monkey climbed up the tree to safety. He looked at the crocodile and said, “Now you can go back to your wicked wife and tell her that her husband is the biggest fool in this world. Your foolishness has no parallel. You were ready to take my life because of an unjust demand from your wife. Then you were stupid enough to believe me and brought me back to the tree.”

Here are a few examples from the short story, ‘The Gift of the Magi’ by O. Henry. Check them out.

  • “Twenty dollars,” said Mrs. Sofronie, lifting the hair to feel its weight.

“Give it to me quick,” said Della.

  • “Jim, dear,” she cried, “don’t look at me like that. I had my hair cut off and sold it. I couldn’t live through Christmas without giving you a gift. My hair will grow again. You won’t care, will you? My hair grows very fast. It’s Christmas, Jim. Let’s be happy. You don’t know what a nice—what a beautiful, nice gift I got for you.”

Here are a few quotes from the play, ‘The Merchant of Venice’ by William Shakespeare.

  • Shylock: Three thousand ducats; well.

Bassanio: Ay, sir, for three months.

Shylock: For three months; well.

Bassanio: For which, as I told you, Antonio shall be bound.

Shylock: Antonio shall become bound; well.

Bassanio: May you stead me? Will you pleasure me? shall I know your answer?

Shylock: Three thousand ducats for three months and Antonio bound.

  • Bassanio: And do you, Gratiano, mean good faith?

Gratiano: Yes, faith, my lord.

Bassanio: Our feast shall be much honour’d in your marriage.

Gratiano: We’ll play with them the first boy for a thousand ducats.

Check out the following section to learn how dialogues from movies and TV shows are written. Furthermore, analyse the style and language used.

The following sample conversation is from the Disney movie ‘Moana’. Check it out.

Maui: Boat! A boat! The Gods have given me a (screams)

Moana: Maui, shapeshifter, demigod of the wind and sea. I am Moana…

Maui: Hero of Man.

Moana: Wh..What?

Maui: It’s actually Maui, shapeshifter, demigod of the wind and sea, hero of man. I

interrupted, from the top, hero of man. Go.

Moana: I am Mo…

Maui: Sorry, Sorry, sorry, sorry. And women. Men and women. Both. All. Not a guy-girl

thing. Ah, you know, Maui is a hero to all. You’re doing great.

Moana: What? No, I came here to…

Maui: Oh, of course, of course. Yes, yes, yes, yes. Maui always has time for his fans.

When you use a bird to write with, it’s called tweeting. (laughs) I know, not every day you

get a chance to meet your hero.

Moana: You are not my hero. And I’m not here so you can sign my oar. I’m here because

you stole the heart of Te Fiti and you will board my boat, sail across the sea, and put it

The following example is taken from the series ‘Anne with an E’.

  • Diana: Anne!

Anne: Hello, Diana!

Diana: My, what have you done to your hat?

Anne: Well, I wanted to make a good first impression and it was so plain.

Diana: You’re making an impression all right.

Anne: I’m glad you found your way.

Diana: I expect we should be able to walk together soon.

Anne: We can’t?

Diana: I’m sure it won’t be long until my parents accept you, now that you’re a Cuthbert and all.

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What is dialogue writing?

A dialogue isn’t just any conversation but a conversation between two people specifically. Transcribing a dialogue in writing or presenting a conversation in text is referred to as dialogue writing.

What is the definition of a dialogue?

The Collins Dictionary defines the term ‘dialogue’ as “a conversation between two people in a book, film, or play”.

What is the format of dialogue writing?

The basic structure and format of a dialogue is as follows:

  • Every speaker gets a new paragraph.
  • The name of the character is followed by a colon and then the dialogue within quotes is written.
  • If dialogue tags are used, use a comma after it if it comes in the beginning, a comma before and after if it comes in the middle and place it immediately after the quotation marks if it comes at the end.

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The word or phrase dialogue refers to a literary composition in the form of a conversation between two people, or the lines spoken by characters in drama or fiction, or a conversation between two persons, or a discussion intended to produce an agreement. See dialogue meaning in Hindi , dialogue definition, translation and meaning of dialogue in Hindi. Find dialogue similar words, dialogue synonyms. Learn and practice the pronunciation of dialogue. Find the answer of what is the meaning of dialogue in Hindi. देखें dialogue का हिन्दी मतलब, dialogue का मीनिंग, dialogue का हिन्दी अर्थ, dialogue का हिन्दी अनुवाद।

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