At the Reception - 受付にて -
|Receptionist:||Hello. Welcome to Broadmoore Entertainment. Do you have an appointment?|
|Rachel:||Yes, I do. I am here to see Clark Merritt.|
|Receptionist:||I’m having trouble finding the appointment. What is your full name, please?|
|Rachel:||My name is Rachel Heisler.|
|Receptionist:||Okay, Ms. Heisler. I see it now. Your appointment is for 10:30 am.|
|Rachel:||Exactly. I know I am a few minutes early.|
|Receptionist:||Please have a seat and I’ll call you when Mr. Merritt is ready to see you.|
|Rachel:||Great. Thank you so much.|
Think about it
- What did Rachel come for?
- Did Rachel come exactly on time?
- How do you spend your time when you arrive earlier than scheduled?
Key Phrase: Do you have an appointment?
This is asked when a meeting has been arranged in advance.
Question: Do you have an appointment?
Answer: Yes, I have an appointment with Dr. Miller at 8:30 a.m.
Let's practice more:
1.Professor Luke / 1:15 p.m.
2.Chairman Ascot / 11 a.m.
3.Director Stewart / right after lunch
4.Mrs. Simmons / 4 p.m.
5.Doctor Quick / 9:45 a.m.
|Important words and phrases|
|Others||have trouble ~ V ing / early|