Conversations between two people speaking face-to-face are generally lively. It most often relies upon shortcuts, allowing the reader/observer to get (silently) into the scene, filling in the blanks and deciphering nuances. A verbal exchange is not hard to write.
This 100-page journal provides, at the top of the left page EVENTS, words to launch a spirited one-on-one conversation. On the facing page, the lined page allows you to continue or put down more thoughts inspired by the topic word. Beneath the topic word, a line is provided for you to write who the characters are in the exchange talking back and forth.
Dialogue is not hard to write. Start each speaker's speech with a new line and surround it with quotation marks.