In this section the writer creates a dialogue.  Dialogue is a technique used in writing that shows a conversation, or an exchange of words between two or more people/characters.  Below is a paragraph with three characters having a conversation.  Use your knowledge of writing dialogue by copying the passage and then pasting it in either Microsoft Word or 3D Writer.  Once you've pasted the paragraph, correct the dialogue to show the correct organization. 

Dialogue Exercise

"Tim, don't you think that Sheri's new shoes are the coolest in the school," asked Juan.  Juan replies, "Yeah, I do think they are pretty cool shoes, for a girl and all."  "How about you, Jenny?  Don't you think her shoes are cool, for a girl?"  Tim asked.  "Well, I do think they're cool, but I think she got them just because I did" Jenny declared.  "Oh, I see.  So are you saying she is trying to be like you? inquired Juan.  Jenny replied with a look of guilt, "No, I'm not saying that at all."  "Well, no matter who's wearing them, I think they're great shoes," Tim said with finality.

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