A: Hi, Jane, how are you doing this morning?
B: I’m all right, thanks. Just a little tired.
A: You worked overtime last night?
B: Yeah, I got home at about 2.
A: Hi, Tim. How are you? I haven’t seen you for a long time.
B: I’m fine. I’ve been out of town. I just got back.
A: Where did you go?
B: I went to New York for a meeting.
A: Hi there! My name is Terry. You’re new around here, huh?
B: Yes. My name is Mark. I just started a couple of weeks ago.
A: Well, if there’s anything I can do for you, let me know.
B: Thanks. I really appreciate that!
A: Excuse me, Christina?
B: Yes, Mark?
A: Could you tell me where the copier is please?
B: Sure. You just walk down this hallway. The copy room is the second room on the right.
A: Excuse me.
B: Yes, can I help you?
A: Yes, please. I’m looking for Mr. Emory’s office. Do you know where it is?
B: I’m sorry. I don’t know. But the guard over there should know.
A: Mr. Emory’s office. Can I help you?
B: Yes. My name is Walter Parker. I need to book some time with Mr. Emory this morning.
A: I’m sorry, but Mr. Emory is pretty booked up today.
B: I realize that. But we’ve got to work fast on the new plan and our deadline is tomorrow.
A: Let me see …..Umm maybe I can put you down in lunch break. Could you make that?
B: No problem. I’ll come again at 12. Thanks a lot
POSITION: absolute; HEIGHT: 94.9pt; TEXT-ALIGN: left; mso-wrap-edited: f" type="#_x0000_t75" wrapcoords="-129 0 -129 21454 21600 21454 21600 0 -129 0">A: Would you please take a seat over there, Sir? I’ll let Mr. Emory know that you are here.
B: Thanks. I can wait here.
A: Well, it may take some time. Mr. Emory is in a meeting at the moment. It would probably be more comfortable over there.
B: I see. All right, then. Thanks.
A: Terry? I need the file you took yesterday.
B: I’m sorry, Jane. I left it at home. I’ll bring it back tomorrow.
A: Terry, I told you yesterday that I’d be using the file this afternoon.
B: I know, Jane. I just walked out and it completely slipped my mind. I’ll go home and get it at noon, all right?
A: Hey Terry, do you have the number for that restaurant on the street corner?
B: Yeah, hold on a sec. Here it is. 6407-1553.
A: Great. Thanks.
B: Are you getting take-out?
A: Yeah. Do you want something?
B: Umm…Could you pick me up a chicken salad sandwich and a large diet coke?
A: No problem. But do you have any cash on you? I don’t think I have enough.
A: Christina, can you give me a hand?
B: Sure. What’s wrong, Mark?
A: Well, I think I’ve got the copier running. I pressed the button but nothing came out.
B: Let me have a look. Oh, the machine is running out of paper.
A: Mr. Emory, I’d like to take this afternoon off if it’s all right with you.
B: But Sam, you’ve called in sick 5 times in the last three weeks.
A: I know, Mr. Emory. I’m sorry. But I really need to see the doctor this afternoon. I feel dizzy and I can’t concentrate on my work.
B: All right, then. But don’t forget to bring a doctor’s note in tomorrow.
A: Hello, Mr. Black? This is Christina in Mr. Emory’s office. Mr. Emory would like to set up an appointment with you to talk about buying a new fax machine.
B: Sure. I’d be glad to. What time?
A: He’d like to see you as soon as possible. How about tomorrow at 2pm?
cm 0cm 0pt 9pt">A: Tim, I need to work out a time to get together with your people to discuss the new project.
B: Does everybody need to be there? Jason is on vacation this week.
A: It would be best if everybody could be there. How about sometime next week?
B: Let me take a look at the schedule first. I’ll get back to you this afternoon.
A: Hey Tim. I heard you got a promotion!
B: Yes. I’m going to be running the Walker Avenue Branch.
A: Congratulations! We should have a drink on it. I know a good place in the city. Let’s go together after work.
B: That’s a good idea. It’s my treat this time.[NoPage]