Writing dialogue is not as hard as you're letting it seem. You have dialogue all the time -- it's called talking. If you honestly cannot think of what your characters are going to say to one another, you need to go take a break and go somewhere out in public. Sit somewhere in the middle of a crowd for one to two hours and just listen to people talking. Then, go home and write down some of the things you heard people saying. That's dialogue.
Here is a link to an explanation about idioms.
When you need to have your characters talk, just pretend it's you and a friend (or several friends), and have them say something you'd probably say in the same situation. Then imagine what your friends would say in reply, and go back and forth that way. As you become a better writer, your characters themselves will "tell" you what they want to say, because they become like real people to you.
Try this question for examples of idioms.
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Give me a sample of dialog in telephone conversation of reservation.
You are lovely this evening, in your blue dress and elegant earrings. Thank you, I like your new shoes, and matching belt.
Dialogue is darned difficult to do sometimes.
what is a 5 components of dialog box?
Example: Who are you?
Give the book to him.
I am giving you an example of a sentence using the word cognoscente.
Yes, Example. Can you give a sentence using the word thwack?
"Give me back the book I lent you!"