The employees at Top Notch Travel Agency introduce themselves.
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Directions: 1) Choose the form of the the "be" verb that you think best fits the sentence. 2) Listen again and check your answers.
Mr. Evans: Well, it happens in some countries, but usually not over here. So, you’re from Italy?
Mr. Moretti: Yes, I am.
Mr. Evans: And you’re traveling to Tokyo?
Mr. Moretti: Yes.
Mr. Evans: Well, welcome to Top Notch Travel Agency. Let me introduce you to my staff. Then we’ll talk about Tokyo. Marie, I’d like you to meet . . .
Marie: Giorgio Moretti!
Mr. Evans: Oh, you know him.
Mr. Moretti: It’s very nice to meet you. What’s your name?
Marie: My name? Um . . . uh . . . Marie! Yes! I’m Marie LePage.
Mr. Moretti: Very nice to meet you, Marie.
Mr. Evans: Marie is our receptionist. She’s from Paris. Mr. Moretti is a new client. He’s from Italy.
Cheryl: Giorgio Moretti! Giorgio Moretti! That’s Giorgio Moretti!
Mr. Evans: Yes, I know. He’s a new client. He’s from Italy.
Cheryl: Introduce me! Introduce me!
Marie: Oh, yes. This is . . .
Marie: Cheryl! Yes. Cheryl. She’s our . . .
Cheryl: Office manager. Hello, Mr. Giorgio . . .
I mean, Mr. Moretti!
Mr. Moretti: Please. Call me Giorgio.
Cheryl: Call him Giorgio! It’s so meet to nice . . .
I mean, nice to meet you.
Mr. Moretti: It’s nice to meet you, too.
Cheryl: Bob! Bob! Come meet Giorgio Moretti!
Bob: Hey, Giorgio Moretti! Hey, man, how are you? I’m Bob, but everyone calls me Roberto.
Mr. Evans: Bob is a travel agent. (to Bob) Who calls you “Roberto”?
Paul: Giorgio Moretti!
Mr. Evans: Paul is a tour guide.
Paul: Good-bye. So long. Take it easy. It’s nice to meet you, but I must be gone. Good-bye.
So long, Signorina. It’s nice to know you, but I’m traveling on.
Mr. Evans: So, Mr. Moretti, what is your occupation?
All: He’s a singer!
Mr. Evans: Everyone knows that.