Can you please tell me what is the word for "communication between two people"?
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A conversation between two people is a dialogue (BrE) or dialog (AmE).
The word derives from the Greek for "two speakers".
Differentiating it from a monologue, which is a speech by one person.
'Conversation' could be the word you are looking for. Additional context might help.
a talk, especially an informal one, between two or people in which news and ideas are exchanged