Though I have tried hard to frame the statements from the Past Indefinite Tense still a conversation is not possible in one tense only, so I have taken the help of other tenses as well to complete the dialogue. Focus on how the dialogues in Past Indefinite Tense have been framed.
PRACTICE WITH YOUR PARTNER
Divya: Where did you visit during these summer vacations?
Shivam: I went to Madras, actually.
Divya: Oh, nice! I, guess you went there on winter vacation as well.
Shivam: Yes, actually my Mamaji (Maternal Uncle) lives there.
Divya: Wow, great!
Shivam: But I have heard that you didn’t visit anywhere these vacations.
Divya: Who told you?
Shivam: Shivani told me.
Divya : I see, actually, My grandma suddenly fell ill.
Shivam: What! But What happened to her?
She was absolutely fine when I met her last.
Divya: Yes, everything happened suddenly.
Shivam: How is she now?
Divya: Better now, still on bedrest.
Shivam: OK. You know Divya, I missed you a lot during these days.
Shivam: Yes, especially when I used to visit the beach because I know
you like the beaches a lot.
Divya: Yes that’s true. Next time, would also go with you if you like me to join.
Shivam: Oh, Sure, I would enjoy it more. You can understand, that visiting
with friends doubles the energy.
Divya: Anything special you saw there?
Shivam: Yes one strange thing I observed there.
Shivam: I found some groups of students were going to their school bare feet.
Divya: Really, but why so?
Shivam: Because they believe the school is an abode of knowledge i.e. ‘ Temple of God. So we must not put shoes there.
Divya: Really? I would like to know more about the visit but right now getting late, Mummy must be waiting for me.
Shivam: Yes, sure meet you tomorrow morning in the park.
Divya : OK, by
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