It is sometimes useful and fun to practice dialogues with someone.
Divyendu Sharma: Arrey wahi saali kutiya saali manager.
Tenille: We all want peace, but it's always just out of reach!
This can also happen when a question is answered with a seemingly unrelated answer until one thinks about interpretation. Not to be confused with One Scene, Two Monologues, where no misunderstanding is possible because nobody listens anyway; with Two Scenes, One Dialogue, where two separate intercut conversations contribute to exposition together; or with Sustained Misunderstanding, where only one party is missing the point.
You can link it to this blog in the comments and we will all try help you correct your grammar and make the dialogue sound like natural English speech. We need to reduce what we use like water and other resources.
Anyway, here is the one I wrote today: EARTH DAY A: Do you know about Earth Day? A: It's on April 22nd, and it is a time to think about the health of our planet. A: No, it's more about protecting the planet and reducing waste and pollution. We need to reuse things that we can and recycle stuff that can’t be reused. B: What about electricity, should we stop using electricity?