01. It was difficult for ESL students to understand the [dialog] in the film because the actors spoke very quickly, and used a lot of slang.
02. The movie was okay, but there was too much [dialog], and not enough action.
03. I couldn't understand a lot of the [dialog] in the movie because the actors were speaking with a thick Scottish accent.
04. The U.S. has begun a [dialog] with the Russians in an effort to come to an agreement on the reduction of nuclear weapons.
05. The [dialog] in the book is really poorly written. It just seems forced and artificial.
06. The only way for the two groups to really know and understand each other is for them to establish some kind of regular [dialog] so that any problems that come up can be dealt with openly.
07. There was a lot of swearing in the [dialog] of that movie.
08. E. H. Carr once said that history is a [dialog] between the past and the present.
09. The [dialog] in the movie contains a lot of swearing and sexual references, and is not really suitable for children.
10. The [dialogs] and stories in a second language textbook provide models of how ideas are expressed in the foreign language.
11. If you are nervous performing a [dialog] with another student in class, reading it by yourself, and practising it ahead of time may help you to feel more comfortable.
12. The Khon dancers of Thailand do not speak, but are accompanied by a chorus that communicates the necessary [dialog].
13. The government of Tunisia supports the peaceful settlement of conflicts, and [dialog] in its relations with foreign powers.
14. This latest attack appears to have dashed hopes for a resumption of political [dialog] between the two sides in the conflict.
15. Albert Schweitzer once said, "I believe that world peace can only be achieved when there is freedom for people of all politics, religions, and races to exchange their views in a continuing [dialog]."

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