M: Excuse me!
W: May I help you?
M: Yes, I'd like to send this book to France.
W: Let me weight it first. That'll be 14 dollars.
M: Can it go in an envelop?
W: Of course, it's 4 dollars now.
M: Do I need stamps?
W: No, you don't. We use computers now.
M: When will it arrive?
W: In a month.
W: Excuse me, I got a parcel arrival notice yesterday.
M: Would you show me your notice?
W: Here you are.
M: Please endorse it first. Do you have identification?
W: Yes, here is my ID card.
M: Good morning, Madam. Can I help you?
W: Yes, I’ve come to inquire about a 6,000-dollar remittance from California. Has it arrived?
M: May I have your name, please?
W: My name is Jenny Clinton.
M: I see. Wait for a moment please. I am sorry, Mrs. Clinton, but the remittance doesn't appear to have arrived yet.
W: Really? It should have arrived. It was sent a week ago.
M: If the money was sent by cable, it would have taken about one or two days. But if it was sent by airmail, it would take at least one week.
W: Well, then I'll come again the day after tomorrow.
M: Or would you like us to phone you when the money arrives?
W: That would be very kind of you.
M: Could you please tell me your phone number, so we'll give you a ring as soon as the remittance has arrived?
W: The phone number is 328 6765 extension 105.
M: Thank you. We'll inform you in time. Goodbye.
W: Hello. I am calling about the apartment you advertised.
M: Yes, what kind of apartment are you interested in?
W: I am interested in one-bedroom. Do you have any available?
M: Yes, I have one. When you need it?
W: Sometime around next week. What can you tell me about this apartment?
M: Well, It's a one-bedroom apartment. The monthly rent at 650 dollars and a 300 dollars security deposit. You pay electricity only. Gas and water is included. Both the heat and stove are gas. Let me see, what else… Oh, you'll be assigned a sheltered parking space at no extra charge. And that's propably it.
W: Sounds good. May I come over tomorrow to take a look?
M: Sure.What time would you like to come?
W: How about 10:00am?
M: Good, May I have your name, please?
W: My name is Blanca.
M: Thanks for calling, Blance. I'll see you tomorrow.
W: Gosh! The water faucet is dripping badly again.
M: You are going to have a huge bill.
W: I know. I’ve got to get it fixed asap.
M: Don't you wanna get it fixed now?
W: I wish I could, but I’ve got to go now. I have an appointment in 20 minutes.
M: Well, if you need anything, just let me know.
W: Oh, by the way, could you give me a ride? My car is still in the garage.
M: You sure have bad luck these days.