A: Hi. This is Jack. Do you remember me?
B: Yes. How are you, Jack?
A: Fine. Expect that I can’t find any of my contacts overseas.
B: You mean our old friends from school? Why? Are you going to be traveling?
A: Yes. I will be spending the summer in Britain testing the market.
B: Well, I know a few people in England that could help you out.
A: I knew you would know where some people are. You are so good at keeping in touch.
B: Here are their names and addresses.
A: Hello! This is Mr. Wang calling from Beijing. .........................
B: Hold on a minute, please. I’ll put you through to Mr. Smith. (……….) Mr. Smith is out of the office.
A: It is urgent, it is about our business, is there any way to get in touch with him?
B: Please call his mobile phone.
A: But, I don’t know the number for his mobile phone.
B: The number for his mobile phone is 0123456789.
A: Thank you very much, bye-bye.
A: Mr. Black, the market is being saturated............................
B: I have been thinking about this problem for a long time, and I have sent market researchers to Asia. But so far they haven’t seat back any news.
C: I’m sorry, Mr. Black. I have to bother you a few minutes. I just received a fax from our market researchers.
B: Let me see. Oh, great! They said the situation there is very good and our products must be very popular. Miss White, please notify the sales department that I will have a meeting this afternoon.
B: There’s more, Miss White, I have to delay the contact with Mr. Wu from Hong Kong and I would like Mr. Wang to come and let’s have a look at the Asian map.