-Hello, Harry's Book Store. -Hello. Is Tom there. -Sorry, he is not here right now, can I take a message? -Yes. Can you tell him Jane called. May I know your name? -Mike smith.
-Which do you prefer? Indian or Chinese food -Well, Indian is my favorite. What about you? -I prefer Chinese when it I s take away. I would rather chose Italian when I go out
-Midwest air. May I help you? -Yes. What is your daily flight schedule from Chicago to Detroit. -Let me see. Our first flight is 5:18 am, arriving at 6:10 am, and there is one from 8 am, arriving at 8:50am -Ok, thanks.
-Excuse me, is there a telephone around here? -Oh, yes, just past the tennis court. -The tennis court? -Yes, it's near the back wall near the zoo.
-Welcome to the 247 weather broadcast from the international service provider. This week will begin with snow and it ends on Tuesday. And it will be cloudy all. We will have some sunshine by the end of this week.
-Will you pay credit card? -No. I will pay cash. -Ok. So the total comes to 130 dollars, including tax. -I thought it was 115 dollars. That's what they said yesterday when we checked in. -Yes. But there is an extra room charge on your bill. -Oh. I forgot. My wife ordered a cheese cake. Sorry -So. From 140 dollars, here is your change. I will need to ask for your room keys.
-What did you do last weekend, Bob? Stay at home again? -No, I visited a friend and then I went to a dance. -Did you enjoy the dance? -No, I didn't. There were too many people. Ann, what about you? -On Saturday I watched TV in the morning and went shopping in the afternoon. I played tennis on Sunday. -Ah, did you win? -Yes, I did. -Right then. Can I have a game with you sometime this weekend. -Sure.
-I went to look at those new houses near the sport center this afternoon. -Oh, yes. -They are really nice. There is a lot of space and each house has got 3 bedrooms and a separate shower room. -Em. -And there is a garden at the back. John, will you put down your book aren't you interested? -Not especially. -But why. I thought you wanted to move. -You are the one who wants to move. -But you said the last time your brother stayed, it is impossible to live without an extra bedroom. -I didn't say that. I like this flat. I can walk to work. -You could still walk to work if we move. -It is farther away, and it is being far more noisy near the sports center. -But it is not exactly quiet living on this main road. -Well. We chose this flat together. And you didn't mind the noise from the main road then. I seem to remember you like the idea of being close to the bus station. -I did. And still do. -It is simply that we need more space. John, will you at least come ad have a look at the new houses. -Very well, the , but do not expect to change my mind. -Ok. We will just look.
Welcome to the California Governor School. Since it is your first day at school, I am going to give you a brief introduction to our students' safety instructions. Firstly, an announcement, for your safety for you and others, all of you must attend the safety training program offered by the school safety office this afternoon. At the end of the program, you will be required to complete a safety sheet prepared by the school. Second, you must not leave the campus during the weekdays. No parties unless a teacher is present. Trips to the beach, bank, or post office, are not permitted. Third, you must get familiar with the safety equipment, such as fire escapes and fire blankets; never block access to any emergency equipment or exit. Fourth, never work in the laboratory without your teacher. Remember to tie back loose hair, otherwise, it may catch fire, or fall into chemical liquids. Also, brushing hair from your face with a gloved hand can pass harmful chemicals to your face or eyes.
-Pacific Bell. Can I help you？ -I'd like to have my phone disconnected, -May I ask why? -Well. I'm moving house. I've just graduated, and I am moving to California in August for a new job there. -Congratulations! -Thanks. -All right. May I have your phone number, please? -Sure. It is 320-428-7859. -And the name on the account, please? -It's Edward Ryefield. That is R-Y-E-F-I-E-L-D. -OK, for security purposes, may I have your date of birth, please? -It's June 5, 1988. -Thank you, now when would you like to have it disconnected? -August 9, by 5 pm. -No problem. -Oh, yes, One more thing. I have a monthly pre-paid home phone plan with you. Can I have some of my money back now that I have canceled my service before the end of the billing circle. -Sorry, you can't. -Too bad. -Sorry about that. -Mr. Ryefield, the telephone will be disconnected at 5 pm, August 9