Write with Ursula in April


Questions and answers, questions and answers. All through world for thousands of years, people have been using questions and answers to explore the world, to find out what other people think and even to find out what they think themselves! And to tell stories…

So this month, for a change, let’s write a play! And let’s put the dialogue in the form of questions and answers. Start with a situation, where one character asks a question and the other one replies.

Here’s one I’ve made up:

SCENE: A lost ant is asking a beetle which way to the nearest anthill

ANT: Excuse me, Beetle, but I wonder if you could help me?

BEETLE: I don’t think I can. I’m in a big hurry.

ANT: What’s the rush?

BEETLE: Look up in the sky! There’s a storm coming.