Hey students, Here you will find a very important dialogue about the importance of reading newspapers primarily for class 6/7/8 and Class 10. You can write a dialogue between two friends, between you and your father about the importance of reading the newspaper.
Dialogue about the importance of reading newspapers for Class 8
Kamal: Hello, Kiron How are you?
Kiron: I am fine, How are you and Where are you going?
Kamal: I am also fine. I am going to buy a newspaper.
Kiron: Do you read a newspaper daily?
Kamal: Yes. Don’t you?
Kiron: No, I don’t read the newspaper because I think it wastes time.
Kamal: You are wrong, friend. A newspaper is a storehouse of knowledge. It helps us to know what is happening in the world. Without reading the newspaper, You can not know about the country and world.
Kiron: But, the newspaper sometimes shares false news.
Kamal: Yes, It can happen by mistakes. It is too little. Newspaper shares much educational information for students. You can know any recent news about politics, the economy, sports, literature, education and many more.
Kiron: Then, I should read the newspaper regularly.
Kamal: Of course, you should do it. They who don’t read newspapers remain frogs of the dark well.
Kiron: Thank you for your information. Goodbye
Kamal: You are most welcome. Goodbye.
Dialogue about the importance of reading newspapers for Class 10
Two students are sitting in the cafeteria at lunch.
Kamal: Hey, have you been reading the newspaper lately?
Kiron: Yeah, I read it every day.
Kamal: Why do you read it?
Kiron: Well, there are a few reasons. First, it’s a great way to stay up-to-date on current events. I like to know what’s going on in the world, both locally and nationally.
Kamal: I can see that. I mean, I get the news from other places, like the Internet and TV, but I guess the newspaper is a good way to get a more comprehensive view of things.
Kiron: Exactly. And it’s not just about current events. The newspaper also has a lot of other interesting content, like features, opinion pieces, and even entertainment listings.
Kamal: Yeah, I’ve noticed that. I’ve actually read a few articles in the newspaper that I wouldn’t have found anywhere else.
Kiron: See? I told you it was a good idea.
Kamal: So, do you think everyone should read the newspaper?
Kiron: I think it’s a good idea, but I don’t think it’s for everyone. Some people just don’t have the time or the interest. But if you’re looking for a way to stay informed and engaged with the world around you, I think the newspaper is a great option.
Kamal: Thanks for the suggestion. I think I’ll start reading the newspaper more often.
Kiron: Good! I think you’ll be glad you did.