Dialogue Exercise: Eavesdropping   2 comments

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Go to a public place where you can overhear people’s conversations. Listen for strange suggestive sentences that seem to rely on the surrounding circumstances for their full meaning and then take then out of context or not. (Dr. Greg Oaks)

Hope you come up with some great dialogue and have fun while you learn!

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2 responses to “Dialogue Exercise: Eavesdropping

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  1. Good stuff. Short punchy advice. Thanks for the link
    Ed
    http://edgriffin.net/

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