Write a dialogue between you and your friend about the natural beauties of Bangladesh including the world heritage sites.

Myself: Hello Munna, good afternoon.

My friend: Good afternoon, Sajib.

Myself: Today I would like to talk to you about the natural beauties of Bangladesh including its world heritage sites.

My friend: Oh, that’s very nice! Really the natural beauties of Bangladesh are very charming. So, it is rightly called a land of natural beauty.

Myself: Right! Among other natural beauties, green paddy fields, tea gardens, and hills deserve a mention.

My friend: Actually, the lush green vegetation and other greeneries are really superb.

Myself: I think it is also a land of rivers. Few sights on earth can compare the beauty of the rivers in Bangladesh. The natural beauty of Cox’s Bazar sea beach is worthy to mention.

My friend: And the Hill Tracts and other coastal districts have excellent natural beauties. The natural beauty of natural fountains at Jaflang and Madhabkunda are very nice.

Myself: The hanging bridge in hill district Rangamati is eye-catching.

My friend: Natural water reservoir ‘Foiz Lake’ in Chittagong is very attractive to visitors.

Myself: Then what’s about its world heritage sites?

My friend: Well. Though Bangladesh is a small country, it has there World Heritage sites-the historic Shat Gombuj Mosque of Bagerhat, the Bagergat Vihara at Paharpur and the Sundarbans. The Shat Gombuj Mosque is a 15th century Islamic site in Bagerhat. It is an enormous Mughal architectural site. The Buddhist Vihara is the largest single Buddhist monastery in the Indian sub-continent was founded in the 7th century. And the Sundarbans is a great World Heritage site of our country. It is the largest mangrove forest in the world.

Myself: Obviously, the immense natural beauties of Bangladesh are inexpressible. Few sights on earth can compare in variety and beauty with the sight of a river in Bangladesh.

My friend:  Right! St. Martin's Island is another beautiful place in Bangladesh. It is a coral island. Some historical places like Mohasthan Garh, Paherpur Buddhist Bihar, and Pari Bibi’s temple are a real treat for tourists.

Myself: Right! There are many such places can be made attractive for tourists.

My friend: The Government should take initiatives to explore such more places.

Myself: You’re right. Thank you for your valuable time.

My friend:  Okay, no problem. See you at the college tomorrow.

Myself: Ok, goodbye.