Mr. Evans has some trouble taking some phone messages when the other staff members are out of the office.
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Directions: Listen to the conversation and type the verb phrase that you hear.
Hello, Top Notch Travel. One moment please.
Hello, Top Notch. Just a moment please.
Top Notch. Hold please.
Hello. Hi, Mrs. Beatty. Cheryl? I’m afraid Cheryl’s not here.
You’re not satisfied with your hotel?
No bellman? I’m sorry. Cheryl will call you back.
OK. Good. Bye
Hello? Yes, hello, Mr. Rashid. Cheryl’s not here.
Can I take a message?
You want a cheaper hotel in Budapest - a hotel without breakfast is OK.
Very good. I’ll give Cheryl your message.
Hello? Oh, hi, Ms. Novak. She’ll be right back.
Is there a message?
Can your cat stay with you at your hotel in Rio?
And you’d like to reserve a king-sized bed.
I’ll ask her to check and call you. Bye-bye.
Oh! You’re back. I have three messages for you.
Let's see. Mrs. Beatty wants a cheaper cat.
Mr. Rashid isn’t satisfied with his breakfast.
And Ms. Novak thinks the bellman needs a king-sized bed.
They’ll explain it all to you.