Overview: In this post, we will take a look at a conversation between ticket collector and passenger in English. A passenger is travelling without ticket through a train and there comes the ticket collector! Let’s check out how the conversation between the passenger and the ticket collector goes!
A conversation between ticket collector and passenger in English
Ticket collector: Everyone please show your tickets one by one. Sir, let’s begin with you. Please come here and show your ticket.
Passenger: Actually I don’t have a ticket.
Ticket collector: Why haven’t you purchased a ticket? And if you have not purchased the ticket then how come you have boarded the train?
Passenger: Sir I was in a hurry so it just got off my mind to purchase the ticket.
Ticket collector: At what platform are you planning to get off?
Passenger: Just after two stations.
Ticket collector: Okay sir. You cannot board the train without a ticket. You will have to pay a fine of Rs.2000 for not traveling with a ticket. Passengers are not allowed to board the train without a ticket.
Passenger: Oh, but…
Ticket Collector: Please come with me.
Passenger: But I’m ready to pay the fine now so why are you taking me with you?
Ticket collector: Because you cannot continue your journey. There are a few formalities you will have to complete and only then you can go ahead.
Passenger: So what now?
Ticket collector: Now we will have to get off at the coming station and complete your formalities. Then you will have to pay the fine and only then you can go on.
Passenger: Okay, I’m ready to come.
Ticket collector: Come with me.
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