时间:2017-05-11 13:18 作者:admin 来源:www.mtwsco.com
M: John wants to see you today.
W: I have an important meeting to attend this afternoon, I would rather he came tomorrow than today.
M: OK. I will let him know.
M: You seem very tired lately.
W: It's my new job in that newly opened supermarket. It's not well-paid, and the hours are long.
M: In that case, you’d better consider changing your job.
M: Did you hear about the fire at the Department Store?
W: Yes. It's reported that the building is in ruins.
M: That's right. It went up like a matchbox. There was nothing they could do to save it.
W: How often do you write to your mother?
M: Twice a week.
W: Your mother must be happy for receiving your letters so frequently.
W: How long have you been in the army service?
M: Twenty five years. I joined up right after college.
W: I have only been in the army for seven years since I left school.
W: Ali! What’s the matter? Can’t you wake up this morning?
M: I was up late last night. My friend had a party. I only slept about four hours.
W: Why didn’t you stay in bed this morning?
M: I have to meet my study group at the library. We have a big test next week.
W: A big test? Why didn’t you study last night instead of going to the party?
M: Oh, it’s OK. I studied a lot before the party.
W: Maybe that’s not a good idea. I read a report. It said that if you don’t get enough sleep after you study, you may forget 30% of what you’ve studied!
M: I'm calling about your advertisement in today's paper for a secretary. Is the positions still available?
W: Yes, it is.
M: I'd like to apply.
W: Do you have any experience?
M: Yes, I do.
W: And can you type 60 words per minute?
M: Yes, I can. May I request an interview?
W: Yes. What's your name?
M: Peter Smith.
W: Is two o'clock Friday afternoon convenient for you?
M: Two o'clock is fine. Thank you very much.