Come exercise your creativity with us!
We would like to use short dialogues to help our students learn English. We're looking for someone who likes to write simple, fun conversations that encourage learning.
This project is to write 20 short scripts between two people. Each dialogue should be about 60 lines long (about 30 lines for each person in the dialogue). The topics should cover common, everyday activities, and the nature of the conversations should be light, positive, and fun :)
We're looking for very simple sentences that use subtle repetition of words. The vocabulary should be extremely limited and basic throughout the entire dialogue.
Examples of the kinds of topics you might want to write about include:
-Taking a taxi
-Lost in the airport
-In a small village
-At the restaurant
Here's a 12-line example of the kind of simple, subtly repetitive language we'd like to use:
1. Mary: Hi John!
2. John: Hi Mary!
3. Mary: How are you?
4. John: Very good, thank you.
5. Mary: What are you doing?
6. John: I am going to meet my friend.
7. Mary: Who will you meet?
8. John: I will meet Paulo.
9. Mary: You are not meeting Paulo tomorrow?
10. John: No, Paulo is coming today.
11. Mary: Excellent! I like Paulo.
12. John: I like Paulo too.
...we're offering $100 for 20 simple dialogues of 60 lines each. If you're in a creative zone, it takes less than 10 minutes to write one.
If these turn out well, we'll probably ask for another 20 dialogues for another $100 in a follow-on project.
The key requirement is to have fun writing them!!