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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #94240: On the phone and prepositions
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Speaking | Phone calls [Change theme]
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    On the phone and prepositions


    On the phone

    To give somebody a ring.

    Ben Jerry speaking.

    Could I talk to Mr. Brown?

    Mr. Brown is not available at the moment.

    What is the reason for your call?

    I am interested in…

    Could you please hold for a second?

    I have someone on the other line.

    I will put you through.

    Let me take a message.

    Could you please take notes?

    Thank you for calling!

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    - Jenny, why don't you give Clara a ring and ask her send us some brochures?

    - You're right. I should call her. I am sure she will help us. She is so helpful and efficient!

    - Good morning, Deborah Singer speaking.
    - Good morning, this is Jenny Parker. May I speak Clara Field, please?

    - Please hold a second. I will check if she is available. (…)

    - I am sorry, but she is right now. Can I take a message?


    - Yes, please. My company is attending next week's trade show in Toronto, and we would be interested receiving one hundred brochures of your catalogue. Could you please tell Clara when she is back?

    - Of course. Hang a minute…

    - Oh! You are luck. I think she is back in her office.

    - I will put you .


    - Great! Thank you very much. Have a nice day!

    - Hello, Clara Field speaking. Who's speaking?
    - Hi Clara, this is Jenny. Am I disturbing you?

    - Hi Jenny. It is a pleasure to hear from you! What can I do you?

    - Well, we are participating in the exhibition in Toronto, and we need some brochures you.

    - No problem! How many booklets do you need?
    - Oh, I'd say one hundred.

    - Alright, I will ask Deborah to send you the documents ASAP by express post.
    - Thank you so much, Clara.
    - You're welcome, Jenny. Thank you calling!
    - Thank you! Have a good day!
    - You too! Bye…









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