M: Excuse me, but it’s a bit hot in here. Is it OK if I open the window?
W: Fine with me. I feel a little hot too.
M: Can I speak to Peter Schmidt?
W: He went out about an hour ago. Can I take a message?
M: Yes, this is Global Travel. Could you tell him his ticket is ready?
W: OK. I’ll do that.
M: Mom, I’m watching today’s football game on tape. If you happen to know the score, please don't tell me.
W: Okey, but you’re not going to like it.
M: Right, class, there are some changes to your exam timetable. Your maths exam will be changed to the next day.
W: You mean the eighteenth.
M: Yes. And the exam will start and end one hour earlier.
W: Don’t forget to write to me, Jason.
M: I won’t. But let me make sure I have the right address. Is it 42 East Drive, Birmingham?
W: That’s right. By the way, my office number has changed since I began to work at Morrison.
M: Has it? Tell me what it is then.
W: Morning, Bob! Late again!
M: Oh, I’m so sorry. I can’t tell you how sorry I am.
W: Mm...what’s the excuse this time?
M: Ah. I must have turned the clock off and gone back to sleep again, I... W: Yeah, and last week one of the children wasn’t well.
M: Yes, I know...
M: I’m really sorry. I promise it won’t happen again.