Question: Write a dialogue between you and your neighbor about the high prices of daily necessaries.
Myself: Good morning, Mr. Salam.
Salam: Good morning, Mr. Khan.
Myself: How are you?
Salam: Not so good.
Myself: Why? What’s your problem?
Salam: I’m fed up with the market prices of daily necessaries.
Myself: I am also fed up with it. The prices are going up by leaps and bounds. By the by, do you know the price of onion?
Salam: No, I bought one K.G. last week. It cost twenty-six taka.
Myself: It costs fifty takes today.
Salam: My goodness! How can we live?
Myself: The prices are restless. There is none to control it.
Salam: Is this the result of the open market economy?
Myself: I don’t understand the so-called open market economy. I think the government should control the prices for the sake of common people.
Salam: I also agree with you. Now I have to go to the market to buy fish and vegetables. Bye.