Making a appointment

Making a appointment – Situational Dialogues – How to say

Making a appointment – Situational Dialogues – How to say

1.

Will Dr Black be able to see me at about 9.15 tomorrow?

Sorry, but he’s fully booked till eleven unless there’s a cancellation.

Would ten to one be convenient?

Yes, he’s free then.

2.

I wonder wheter the dentist could fit me in early tommorrow?

I’m afraid there’s nothing before midday.

How about 12.45?

Sorry, but tha’s taken , too.

3.

I’d like to fix an appointment with the principal. Would nine tommorrow be all right?

I’m afraid not. He’s got rather a full day tomorrow.

Could I make it quarter to one?

Sorry again, but I’ll ring you if somebody cancels.

4.

Do you think the staff manager could see me tomorrow before 9.30?

He won’t be in till 10.45, so the earliest would be 11.

Is 12.40 any good?

Yes, I’ll make a note of it.

 

In a Restaurant

In a Restaurant – Situational Dialogues – How to say

In a Restaurant – Situational Dialogues – How to say

1.

Can I take your order, sir?

Yes. I’d like to try the steak, please.

And to follow?

Ice-cream, please.

2.

Have you decided on something, sir?

Yes. Haddock and chips for me, please.

How about the sweet?

No sweet thanks. Just coffee.

3.

have you chosen something, sir?

Yes, I think I’ll have the curry, please.

What would you like afterwards?

I’d like some fruit if you have any.

4.

May I take your order, sir?

I’ll just take a small salad, please.

Do you want any sweet?

Apple pie and custard would be nice.