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『关于苗祥波 Bob Miao』

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预约客户 Appointment with a client

A: I definitely want to meet with you, Mr. Parker. I just need to sort out my schedule.

B: Well, I know you're pretty booked up these days. But, we've got to work fast on this.

A: I realize that. We don't have any time to waste. I can put you down for 9:30. Could you make that, Mr. Parker?

B: Let me see. That's no problem. I'll see you then.


紧急预约 A last minute appointment

A: Hi Joe, can you squeeze me in sometime today?

B: That's a big order, Jack. I am really swamped.

A: I know what you're saying, but I have to go over the books with you before I go to see our tax guy.

B: Right. Okay, let me see what I can do. How about 1:30 right after my lunch meeting? It won't take more than a half hour, will it?


预约延期 Delaying an appointment

A: I'm afraid we are really short-staffed this week, Mr. Crandal. I'd like to accommodate you, but I just don't think I'll have the time.

B: Are you telling me you're not going to meet with me?

A: Not at all, sir. I'd just like to push it to next week. I'll have a lot more free time at the beginning of next week.

B: Well, I don't like that, but I guess I don't have any choice.


企业介绍 Introducing the company

A: Hi, Jason. I'm John Green. I've been asked to handle your training and introduce a little bit of the company to you. It's nice to meet you.

B: It's nice to meet you, too, John. This company seems so big right now; I don't know how I'll ever get used to it.

A: After a week, you'll be running around here like a pro. Let me give you this list of departments first, next to each department is its location and the name of the manager.

B: Great – That'll be a big help.


招聘预约 A recruitment appointment

A: Excuse me, Jack?

B: Yes, Rod. How can I help you?

A: I wanted to see if I could arrange a meeting with you to discuss recruitment.

B: Absolutely. I’ve been wanting to meet with you about that. Let me just get my book.


秘书组织会议 Secretary scheduling a meeting

A: Mr. Crane's office. Sandy speaking. May I help you?

B: Hi, Sandy. It's Walter Knight. I need to book some time with Mr. Crane.

A: Certainly, Mr. Knight. When would you like to meet with him?

B: Can you see what his schedule is like on Wednesday?


商务会面 Making a sales appointment

A: Good morning, Jim. I was hoping to set up an appointment with you for sometime this week.

B: Hmm. I'm pretty booked up this week. Let's move it up to next week.

A: Fine, Jim. Would next Monday at 4:00 o'clock be all right for you?

B: Let me take a look. All right, that's no problem. See you then.


培训预约 Training appointment

A: Hi Paul, can I set up a time with you to go over the training manual?

B: Sure. Let me just grab my calendar. All right. I'm free all day Tuesday and Thursday morning.

A: Tuesday morning is good for me. How about 10:30 in my office?

B: Okay. Sounds good. See you then.


员工会议 Setting up a staff meeting

A: We're going to need everybody's input on this project. So I'd like to fix a time to meet next week and hear what you all have to say.

B: I'd prefer to meet in the morning. I'm going to be out of the office most afternoons next week.

A: I don't have any problem with that. Let's set it up for 9:30 Wednesday morning. We can carry it over to Thursday if we want to.

B: That's fine. What do the rest of you think?


邮件地址 Asking for an e-mail address

A: Excuse me, Max? Could you tell me the e-mail address for Winston's office, please?

B: Sure. I have it right here. It’s w.johnson@international.com.  

A: Okay, that's w.johnson@international.com.

B: That's right.

A: Great, thank you!



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