- Hello, Ham Mei. Could I borrow your Chinese-English Dictionary please?
- Sorry! It‘s not a very good line. Could you speak more loudly?
- Could I borrow your Chinese-English dictionary?
- Sure. I‘ll bring it to you tomorrow.
- Thank you. Goodbye.
A:Hello .Do you like to watch football game tomorrow afternoon?
B:That is a wnderful idea.But I have to help my mother to buy some food.I am afraid it might cost me quite a long time.
A:well.I think I can give you a hand if you want.in that case,you can come with me.
B:wow,that is very kind of you.by the way ,when will the game begin?
A:2 pm.I will pick you up at 1:30
B:okey.see you tomorrow.
A: Good morning. Hudson Textile Company.
B: Good morning. Could I speak to. Mr. White, please?
A: Yes. Hold the line, please... Hello, I'm afraid Mr. White is completely snowed under at present. He shouldn't be free until 11 o'clock. Can I take a message?
B: Of course. Could you ask him to call me back? It's about the sample of article No.067.
A: Yes. What's your name, please?
B: This is Aram of Trans-America Clothing.
A: Mr. Aram. Does he have your number?
B: Yes , but I'll give it to you again. It's 82345678.
A: Thank you, Mr. Aram. I'll give Mr. White the message.