Additionally, you will never have any introspection in a play. You won't see "she wondered whether" or "he was intensely frightened" or other things that tell you how the person was feeling or what they were thinking. You won't have large passages of description. You need to find a play that was written as a play and see how it's set out, as 5jj expressed previously and you'll see immediately how they differ.
I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.
Many thanks Rover.
I had the false impression that dialogue "is not OK" in novels.
But I have to say that I ran into some novels that use the following format for their dialogues:
Thanks.And he asked her eagerly:
- Have you seen it?
- not yet.
- Haven't had the time.
you certainly know how to convey a decisive answer.