Taking a taxi

Taking a taxi– Situational Dialogues – How to say

Taking a taxi – Situational Dialogues – How to say

The American Embassy, please. I have to be there by 11.10.

Do you think you can get me to Victoria by half past?

Piccadilly, please. I have an appointment at 10.30.

Paddington, please. I want to catch the 11.15.


I can’t promise but I’ll do my best.

We should be OK if the lights are with us.

I think we can make it if we get a move on.

We’ll be all right if there are no hold ups.


You’re just in time £6.30, please.

You’ve still got five minutes to spare. £6.40, please.

Here we are, sir. £6.35, please.

This is it, sir. £6.50, please.


Thanks a lot. Here’s £7. You can keep the change.

Thanks very much indeed. Here’s £10, give me £3, please.

Many thanks. Let’s call it £7.

Thank you. Here’s the fare, and this is for you.