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Dialogue in a story


Learning Objective: To understand what dialogue is and how to recognize

                                        it, what it is used for and the effect it has.

 

Information

Dialogue is another term for “speech” and refers to the sections of stories

where characters are interacting through talking to each other. Dialogue is

great for telling the reader more about the characters or more about a

situation. It also breaks up passages of descriptive text and the voice of the

narrator.

 

Dialogue is easily recognized by speech marks placed around the spoken

text and normally takes place between two or more people. We usually learn

three things from dialogue in texts:

 

1. What is being said

2. Who is saying it,

3. How it is being said.


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