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    سطح مقدماتی - Elementary



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    گر خسته ای بمان و اگر خواستی بدان: ما را تمام لذت هستی به جستجوست ...
    اگر مطالب این سایت برایتان مفید بود، لطفا با مشارکت و به اشتراک گذاشتن تجربیات ارزشمند خود، آن را برای خود و دیگران پربارتر کنید!


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    Difficult Customer



    The Weekend - Difficult Customer
    Elementary


    A: Good evening. My name is Fabio, I’ll be your waiter for tonight. May I take your order?
    B: No, I’m still working on it. This menu is not even in English. What’s good here?
    A: For you sir, I would recommend spaghetti and meatballs.
    B: Does it come with coke and fries?
    A: It comes with either soup or salad and a complimentary glass of wine, Sir.
    B: I’ll go with the spaghetti and meatballs, salad and the wine.
    A: Excellent choice, your order will be ready soon.
    B: How soon is soon?
    A: Twenty minutes?
    B: You know what? I’ll just go grab a burger across the street.

    Key Vocabulary

    still working on: Phrase - not yet completed, need more time
    would recommend: Verb - suggest
    complimentary: Adjective - free
    go with: Phrase - to choose, pick
    grab: Verb - get quickly

    Supplementary Vocabulary

    waitress: Noun - female server at a restaurant or bar
    fast food: Phrase - food prepared and served quickly
    impatient: Adjective - uncomfortable waiting, wanting to go
    fancy: Adjective - nice, expensive, up-scale
    casual: Adjective - relaxed, not dressy

    گر خسته ای بمان و اگر خواستی بدان: ما را تمام لذت هستی به جستجوست ...
    اگر مطالب این سایت برایتان مفید بود، لطفا با مشارکت و به اشتراک گذاشتن تجربیات ارزشمند خود، آن را برای خود و دیگران پربارتر کنید!


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    • #3
      Calling In Sick



      The Office - Calling In Sick
      Elementary


      A: Hello, Daniel speaking, how may I help you?
      B: Hi, Daniel, Julie here.
      A: Hi, Julie, how are you?
      B: Actually, I’m feeling quite ill today.
      A: I’m sorry to hear that. What’s wrong?
      B: I think I’m coming down with the flu. I have a headache, a sore throat a runny nose and I’m feeling slightly feverish.
      A: I see... so you’re calling in sick?
      B: Yes, I was hoping to take the day off to recover.
      A: OK, then. Try and get some rest.

      Key Vocabulary

      was hoping: phrase - to kindly expect
      calling in sick: phrase - report that you will not go to work because you are sick
      coming down: phrase - getting, acquiring
      quite ill: phrase - very sick
      how may I help you? phrase - Polite offer to help

      Supplementary Vocabulary

      make it into work: phrase - go to work
      sick day: phrase - day off because you're sick
      impolite: Adjective - rude
      permission: common noun, singular - allow
      symptom: common noun, singular - a sign, indication
      گر خسته ای بمان و اگر خواستی بدان: ما را تمام لذت هستی به جستجوست ...
      اگر مطالب این سایت برایتان مفید بود، لطفا با مشارکت و به اشتراک گذاشتن تجربیات ارزشمند خود، آن را برای خود و دیگران پربارتر کنید!


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      • #4
        Hotel Upgrade



        Daily Life - Hotel Upgrade
        Elementary


        A: Good afternoon. What can I do for you?
        B: I’d like to check in please. I have a reservation under the name Anthony Roberts.
        A: All right R.O.B.E.R.T.S... Oh, Mr. Roberts we’ve been expecting you& and here is your keycard to the presidential suite.
        B: But there must be some mistake; my reservation was for a standard room.
        A: Are you sure? Let me double check .
        B: Yeah ... Here, this is my confirmation number.
        A: You’re right Mr. Roberts, there seems to be a mix-up, unfortunately we’re overbooked at the moment
        B: So ...
        A: Not to worry. We’re pleased to offer you a complimentary upgrade.
        B: Presidential suite baby!

        Key Vocabulary

        check in: principle verb, infinitive - register at a hotel or airport
        under the name: phrase - name used for the reservation
        reservation: common noun, singular - booking
        confirmation: common noun, singular - an approval, verication
        mix-up: common noun, singular - confusion
        complimentary upgrade: phrase - free improvement of quality
        overbooked: Adjective - full

        Supplementary Vocabulary

        check out: verb - pay and leave a hotel
        booking: common noun, singular - reservation
        concierge: common noun, singular - hotel employee that helps guests
        deluxe room: common noun, singular - hotel room, better than standard
        receipt: common noun, singular - paper showing payment details
        گر خسته ای بمان و اگر خواستی بدان: ما را تمام لذت هستی به جستجوست ...
        اگر مطالب این سایت برایتان مفید بود، لطفا با مشارکت و به اشتراک گذاشتن تجربیات ارزشمند خود، آن را برای خود و دیگران پربارتر کنید!


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        • #5
          I need an assistant



          The Office - I need an assistant!l
          Elementary


          A: ...like I told you before, we just don’t have the resources to hire you an assistant.
          B: I understand that, but the fact is we’re understaffed.
          A: The timing is just not right. The economy is bad, and it’s too risky to take on new staff.
          B: Yeah, I guess you’re right.... here’s an idea, what if we hire an intern? She would take some of the weight off my shoulders.
          A: She?
          B: Yeah, you know, a recent graduate. She could give me a hand with some of these projects and we could keep our costs down.
          A: That sounds reasonable... let me see what I can do.
          A: Tony, I’d like to introduce you to your new assistant.
          B: OK, great! Let’s meet her!
          C: Hi, I’m Adam.
          B: Oh... hi... I’m Tony...

          Key Vocabulary

          resources: common noun, plural - money
          understaffed: Adjective - not enough people to do the job
          the timing is just not right: phrase - it is not a good time now
          weight off my shoulders: phrase - remove pressure or stress
          give me a hand: phrase - help
          that sounds reasonable: phrase - is OK

          Supplementary Vocabulary

          recruit: principle verb, infinitive - hire
          overworked: Adjective - working too much
          short staffed: Adjective - not enough people to do the job
          cut costs: phrase - reduce spending
          overstaffed: Adjective - having too many employees


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          گر خسته ای بمان و اگر خواستی بدان: ما را تمام لذت هستی به جستجوست ...
          اگر مطالب این سایت برایتان مفید بود، لطفا با مشارکت و به اشتراک گذاشتن تجربیات ارزشمند خود، آن را برای خود و دیگران پربارتر کنید!


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          • #6
            Cut In Line



            Daily Life - Cut In Line
            Elementary


            A: I can’t believe it took us two hours to get here. The traffic in New York is unbelievable.
            B: Yeah, but just relax honey, we’re here and we’re going on vacation. In a few hours we’ll be in Hawaii, and you’ll be on the golf course.
            A: Oh no! Look at that line! It must be a mile long! There’s no way I’m waiting for another two hours.
            B: Honey... don’t...
            C: Hey man, the end of the line is over there.
            A: Yeah...
            C: No seriously, I was here first, and you can’t cut in line like this.
            A: Says who?
            C: I do!
            A: So sue me!
            C: Alright...that’s it....

            Key Vocabulary

            unbelievable: Adjective - incredible, amazing
            relax: principle verb, imperative - calm down
            be a mile long: phrase - is very long
            cut in line: phrase - move in front of someone waiting in line
            there’s no way: phrase - it's impossible

            Supplementary Vocabulary

            traffic jam: phrase - many cars not moving on the road
            a few hours from now: phrase - soon, in a couple of hours
            form a queue: phrase - to get in line
            jump the queue: phrase - cut in line ( Br E)
            stand in line: phrase - wait in line
            line up: phrase - form a line
            گر خسته ای بمان و اگر خواستی بدان: ما را تمام لذت هستی به جستجوست ...
            اگر مطالب این سایت برایتان مفید بود، لطفا با مشارکت و به اشتراک گذاشتن تجربیات ارزشمند خود، آن را برای خود و دیگران پربارتر کنید!


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            • #7
              Road Trip



              The Weekend - Road Trip
              Elementary


              A: So, are we all ready to go?
              B: Yup, I think so. The car’s packed; we have munchies and music, and the map’s in the car.
              A: Did you get the camera?
              B: Got it! Did you fill up the tank?
              A: Yup, it’s all set.
              B: You’re sure we’re not forgetting anything?
              A: I’m sure... we’ve got all our bases covered.
              B: Well... let’s get going then! I love road trips!
              B: Um... do you think we can make a pit stop?
              A: But we’ve only been on the road for ten minutes.
              B: I know, but I forgot to go to the bathroom before we left.

              Key Vocabulary

              all ready to go: phrase - prepared, ready to leave
              packed: Adjective - full, everything is inside
              munchies: common noun, non variable - snacks, food
              fill up the tank: phrase - put gas in the car
              all set: phrase - ready
              got all the bases covered: phrase - have everything ready
              get going: phrase - start, leave, depart
              road trip: phrase - long car trip
              pit stop: phrase - quick stop for food or gas

              Supplementary Vocabulary

              trunk: common noun, singular - the luggage area of a car
              passenger: common noun, singular - person in a car, not the driver
              freeway: common noun, singular - highway
              rental car: phrase - a car you rent, a car you pay to borrow
              highway toll: phrase - fee paid for using the highway
              گر خسته ای بمان و اگر خواستی بدان: ما را تمام لذت هستی به جستجوست ...
              اگر مطالب این سایت برایتان مفید بود، لطفا با مشارکت و به اشتراک گذاشتن تجربیات ارزشمند خود، آن را برای خود و دیگران پربارتر کنید!


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              • #8
                Virus



                The Office - Virus!l
                Elementary


                A: Oh great! This stupid computer froze again! That's the third time today! Hey Samuel, can you come take a look at my PC? Its acting up again. It must have a virus or something.
                B: Just give me a second; Ill be right up.
                B: I ran a virus scan on your computer, and it turns out that you have a lot of infected files!
                A: But I'm quite careful when I'm browsing the internet, I have no idea how I could have picked up a virus.
                B: Well, you have to make sure that your anti-virus software is updated regularly; yours wasn’t up to date, that’s probably what was causing your problems.
                A: Ok. Anything else?
                B: Yeah, try not to kick or hit the computer!
                A: Um yeah... Sorry about that.

                Key Vocabulary

                freeze: principle verb, present simple - to stop working properly
                take a look: phrase - see, revise
                act up: principle verb, present simple - not working properly
                be right up: phrase - go upstairs soon
                pick up: principle verb, present simple - get, acquire
                browse: principle verb, present simple - look, search
                up to date: phrase - having all the most recent information

                Supplementary Vocabulary

                monitor: common noun, singular - computer screen
                computer tech: common noun, singular - person in a company who fixes computers
                corrupt file: common noun, singular - damaged or broken computer file that can't be opened
                surf the net: phrase - look for information on the internet
                web browser: common noun, singular - computer program that allows you to go on the internet
                گر خسته ای بمان و اگر خواستی بدان: ما را تمام لذت هستی به جستجوست ...
                اگر مطالب این سایت برایتان مفید بود، لطفا با مشارکت و به اشتراک گذاشتن تجربیات ارزشمند خود، آن را برای خود و دیگران پربارتر کنید!


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                • #9
                  What's your name again?l



                  Daily Life - What's your name again?l
                  Elementary


                  A: Nick! How’s it going?
                  B: Oh, hey...
                  A: What are you doing in this neighborhood? Do you live around here?
                  B: Actually, my office is right around the corner.
                  A: It was great to meet you last week at the conference. I really enjoyed our conversation about foreign investment.
                  B: Yeah, yeah, it was really interesting. You know, I’m in a bit of a hurry, but here’s my card. We should definitely meet up again and continue our discussion.
                  A: Sure, you still have my contact details, right ?
                  B: You know what, this is really embarrassing, but your name has just slipped my mind. Can you remind me?
                  A: Sure, my name is Ana Ferris. Don’t worry about it; it happens to me all the time. I’m terrible with names too.

                  Key Vocabulary

                  how’s it going: phrase - how are you
                  around here: phrase - close to here
                  around the corner: phrase - on the next street
                  in bit of a hurry: phrase - moving quickly, having no time
                  contact details: phrase - information required to contact someone, i.e. telephone number, email address
                  slip my mind: phrase - been forgotten
                  terrible with: phrase - bad at

                  Supplementary Vocabulary

                  around there: phrase - close to there
                  to recognize: principle verb, imperative - to know and remember someone or something you have seen before
                  acquaintance: common noun, singular - someone you know, but who is not a close friend
                  in a rush: phrase - move quickly, not have much time
                  forgetful: Adjective - forgetting things easily


                  گر خسته ای بمان و اگر خواستی بدان: ما را تمام لذت هستی به جستجوست ...
                  اگر مطالب این سایت برایتان مفید بود، لطفا با مشارکت و به اشتراک گذاشتن تجربیات ارزشمند خود، آن را برای خود و دیگران پربارتر کنید!


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                  • #10
                    Silence please



                    The Weekend - Silence please!l
                    Elementary


                    A: Those people in front of us are making so much noise. It's so inconsiderate!
                    B: Don't worry about it; it’s not such a big deal.
                    A: Oh... I can't hear a thing! Excuse me, can you keep it down?
                    C: Sure, sorry ’bout that!
                    A: Someone's phone is ringing!
                    B: Honey, I think it's your phone. Did you forget to switch it off?
                    A: Oh, no! You're right. That's so embarrassing!
                    C: Do you mind keeping it down? I'm trying to watch a movie here!

                    Key Vocabulary

                    inconsiderate: Adjective - not thinking of the feelings of other people; not thoughtful
                    not such a big deal: phrase - not a big problem
                    can’t hear a thing: phrase - unable to hear
                    keep it down: phrase - be quiet
                    switch off: phrase - turn off
                    do you mind: phrase - could you please

                    Supplementary Vocabulary

                    noisy: Adjective - very loud
                    rude: Adjective - impolite
                    to disturb: principle verb, infi nitive - to interrupt, bother, or upset
                    to interrupt: principle verb, infi nitive - to speak or make noise when someone else is speaking
                    to whisper: principle verb, infi nitive - to speak very softly

                    گر خسته ای بمان و اگر خواستی بدان: ما را تمام لذت هستی به جستجوست ...
                    اگر مطالب این سایت برایتان مفید بود، لطفا با مشارکت و به اشتراک گذاشتن تجربیات ارزشمند خود، آن را برای خود و دیگران پربارتر کنید!


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                    • #11
                      I'm in Debt



                      Daily Life - I'm in Debt
                      Elementary


                      A: Hello, I’m here to see Mr. Corleone.
                      B: Right this way, sir.
                      C: Charlie! What can I do for you?
                      B: Mr. Corlone, I’m really sorry to trouble you, but I need your help.
                      C: Anything for you, Charlie! Your father was like a brother to me.
                      B: Well, sir, you see, this recession has hit me pretty hard; I lost my job and I’m in a lot of debt.
                      C: I see. . . . . .
                      B: Yeah, you know, I’ve got credit card bills, car payments, I’ve got to pay my mortgage; and on top of all that, I have to pay my son’s college tuition.
                      C: So you’re asking for a loan.
                      B: Well, I just thought maybe you could help me out.
                      C: What? At a time like this? I’m broke too, you know! You’re not the only one who has been hit by the recession! I lost half my money in the stock market crash! Go on! Get outa here!

                      Key Vocabulary

                      trouble: Verb, Present Simple - disturb or bother
                      recession: Noun (singular) - a period of time when the economy of a country is bad
                      hit me pretty hard: Phrase - had a strong, negative affect on me
                      debt: Noun (non count) - the amount of money you owe to a person, bank, company, etc.
                      on top of all that: Phrase - besides that, in addition to
                      broke: Adjective - not have any money

                      Supplementary Vocabulary

                      borrow: Verb, Present Simple - take and use some money, and return the equal amount of money at a later time
                      pay back: Phrase - return the money you borrowed
                      a loan: Noun (singular) - amount of money borrowed
                      take out a loan: Phrase - borrow money
                      unemployed: Adjective - having no job
                      downturn: Noun (singular) - a time when the economy is worse than usual

                      گر خسته ای بمان و اگر خواستی بدان: ما را تمام لذت هستی به جستجوست ...
                      اگر مطالب این سایت برایتان مفید بود، لطفا با مشارکت و به اشتراک گذاشتن تجربیات ارزشمند خود، آن را برای خود و دیگران پربارتر کنید!


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                      • #12
                        Turn left here



                        Daily Life - Turn left here!l
                        Elementary


                        A: Hurry up, get in.
                        B: I’m in, let’s go!
                        A: OK, make a left here. . . no wait, I meant make a right. Come on, speed up!
                        B: Geez! What’s the rush?
                        A: Don’t worry about it, just drive. Oh, no, the light is about to change. . . step on it!
                        B: Are you nuts! I’m not going to run a red light!
                        A: Whatever. Just turn right here. . . .The freeway will be packed at this hour. . . .let’s take a side street. Go on! Get out of our way! Move, move!
                        B: What’s your problem! Geez. Having a fit is not going to help!
                        A: Here, I know a short cut....just go down here, and we’ll cut though Ashburn Heights. Let’s go, let’s go! Watch out for that lady!
                        B: I’m going as fast as I can!
                        A: Yes! We made it. 5:58, just before the library closes.
                        B: You’re such a geek!

                        Key Vocabulary

                        hurry up: Phrase - move faster
                        make a left: Phrase - turn left
                        step on it: Phrase - drive a lot faster
                        nuts: Adjective - crazy
                        speed up: Verb - go faster
                        have a fit: Phrase - get very angry
                        cut though: Phrase - quickly go past or though something that blocks you
                        step on it: Phrase - drive a lot faster
                        packed: Verb - full, having lots of cars

                        Supplementary Vocabulary


                        road rage: Phrase - be very angry at other drivers while driving
                        back street: Phrase - small street that is away from the main streets
                        u-turn: Phrase - a 180 degree turn in the car
                        to back up: Verb, Infinitive - to move backwards, the opposite of go forwards
                        to pass: Verb, Infinitive - to drive past another car on the road to pass a car on the road
                        to park: Verb, Infinitive - to stop the car and turn off the engine



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                        گر خسته ای بمان و اگر خواستی بدان: ما را تمام لذت هستی به جستجوست ...
                        اگر مطالب این سایت برایتان مفید بود، لطفا با مشارکت و به اشتراک گذاشتن تجربیات ارزشمند خود، آن را برای خود و دیگران پربارتر کنید!


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                        • #13
                          Here Comes the Bride



                          Global View - Here Comes the Bride
                          Elementary


                          A: I can’t believe that Anthony is finally getting married!
                          B: Yeah well it’s about time! He’s been living with his parents for 40 years!
                          A: Don’t be mean. Look here come the bridesmaids! Their dresses look beautiful!
                          B: Who are those kids walking down the aisle?
                          A: That’s the flower girl and the ring bearer. I’m pretty sure they’re the groom’s niece and nephew. Oh, they look so cute!
                          B: I just hope the priest makes it quick. I’m starving. I hope the food’s good at the reception.
                          A: That’s all you ever think about, food! Oh, I think the bride’s coming now! She looks gorgeous. Wait, what’s she doing? Where’s she going?
                          B: Oh great! Does this mean that the reception is canceled?

                          Key Vocabulary

                          married: Adjective - joined in marriage
                          it’s about time: Phrase - fi nally
                          bridesmaid: Noun (plural) - female friends or relatives who helps the bride at a wedding
                          aisle: Noun (singular) - a passage between sections of seats
                          flower girl: Noun (singular) - a girl at a wedding that throws flower petals down the aisle
                          ring bearer: Noun (singular) - a boy at a wedding that holds the wedding rings
                          reception: Noun (singular) - party held to celebrate something or to welcome people
                          groom: Noun (singular) - a man who is about to be married
                          bride: Noun (singular) - female who is about to get married
                          gorgeous: Adjective - very beautiful or attractive

                          Supplementary Vocabulary

                          groomsman:
                          Noun (singular) - male friend or relative who helps the groom on the wedding day
                          maid of honor: Noun (singular) - female friend or relative who acts as a witness at the wedding
                          best man: Noun (singular) - male friend or relative who acts as a witness at the wedding
                          ushers: Noun (plural) - men who help guest find their seats



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                          گر خسته ای بمان و اگر خواستی بدان: ما را تمام لذت هستی به جستجوست ...
                          اگر مطالب این سایت برایتان مفید بود، لطفا با مشارکت و به اشتراک گذاشتن تجربیات ارزشمند خود، آن را برای خود و دیگران پربارتر کنید!


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                          • #14
                            I Can See Clearly Now



                            Daily Life - I Can See Clearly Now
                            Elementary


                            A: Hello, Arthur. What seems to be the problem?
                            B: Hey doc. Well, I think I might need glasses. I’m getting headaches, and I really struggle to see things that are far away. But I have always had 20/20 vision.
                            A: Sounds like you may be far-sighted. OK, then, cover your left eye and read the chart in front of you.
                            B: Mmm.. . X, E, R, 3, a question mark, and I can’t quite make out the other symbol but I think it’s the peace sign.
                            A: Wow, Arthur! You’re as blind as a bat!
                            B: Yeah, I know, my vision is really blurry at times.
                            A: Ok then, head on over to the other room and pick out some frames while I fill out your prescription.
                            B: Thanks doc!
                            A: Arthur, that’s the bathroom.

                            Key Vocabulary

                            seem to be: Phrase - appears or is
                            struggle: Verb - try very hard
                            20/20 vision: Phrase - perfect eyesight
                            make out: Verb - see
                            far sighted: Phrase - see far-away things more clearly than things nearby
                            as blind as a bat: Phrase - have really poor vision
                            vision: Noun (singular) - ability to see things
                            blurry: Adjective - not clear
                            pick out: Phrase - choose
                            prescription: Noun (singular) - a message written by a doctor that tells people what medicine to take

                            Supplementary Vocabulary

                            check-up: Noun (singular) - regular examination by a doctor to make sure a person is healthy
                            short sighted: Adjective - unable to see things far away (AmE)
                            nearsighted: Adjective - unable to see things far away (BrE)
                            contacts: Noun (plural) - lenses you wear directly on your eyes to help you see
                            optometrist: Noun (singular) - eye doctor
                            prescribe: Verb - officially tell someone to use a medicine or treatment
                            lenses: Noun (plural) - clear, curved piece of glass that helps people see better


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                            گر خسته ای بمان و اگر خواستی بدان: ما را تمام لذت هستی به جستجوست ...
                            اگر مطالب این سایت برایتان مفید بود، لطفا با مشارکت و به اشتراک گذاشتن تجربیات ارزشمند خود، آن را برای خود و دیگران پربارتر کنید!


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                              Making an Appointment



                              The Office - Making an Appointment
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                              A: Hello, Fairbrook Consulting, how may I help you?
                              B: Yes, this is Julianne Horton, and I’m calling to arrange an appointment with Ms. McNealy.
                              A: Certainly, what day were you thinking of?
                              B: How’s Thursday? Does she have any time available then?
                              A: Um. . . let me double check. . . unfortunately, she’s booked solid on Thursday, how does next Monday work for you?
                              B: Actually, I’ve got something scheduled on Monday. Can she do Tuesday?
                              A: Sure, Tuesday’s perfect. May I ask where you’re calling from?
                              B: Sure, Merton Financial Advisors.
                              A: Oh, actually, Tuesday’s no good. Sorry ’bout that.

                              Key Vocabulary

                              appointment: Noun (singular)- an agreement to meet someone at a particular time
                              available: Adjective - not busy, willing to talk to someone
                              double check: Phrase - check again
                              booked solid: Phrase - having no available place or time
                              work for you: Phrase - be okay with you
                              scheduled: Verb - planned at a speci fic time
                              no good: Phrase - not okay

                              Supplementary Vocabulary

                              fully booked: Phrase - booked solid; having no space or time available
                              fit you in: Phrase - find time to see someone in a busy schedule
                              unavailable: Adjective - not available
                              occupied: Adjective - busy doing something


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                              گر خسته ای بمان و اگر خواستی بدان: ما را تمام لذت هستی به جستجوست ...
                              اگر مطالب این سایت برایتان مفید بود، لطفا با مشارکت و به اشتراک گذاشتن تجربیات ارزشمند خود، آن را برای خود و دیگران پربارتر کنید!


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