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PART I
DIALOGUES

Dialogue 1
BUSINESS DIALOGUE ON THE PHONE

Bob: Do you mind if I use your phone to call my friend?
Bill: Sure. Would you rather use my cell phone or the one in my office?
Bob: The one in your office is fine. Do I need to dial anything special to get out of the building?
Bill: Yes. You should dial 9 and then your number.
Bob: If another call comes in while I’m on the phone, should I put my wife on hold and take it?
Bill: No, that’s all right. If you don’t answer it will just go through to my voicemail and I can call them back later.

Bob picked up the receiver and dialed 9 then his number.
Bill left the office, pretending not to listen to Bob’s end of the conversation with his friend.
Finally Bob hung up.

Bill: I couldn’t help but overhear you’re having chicken for dinner tonight. Can I come over?

Vocabulary

rather — лучше, охотнее, предпочтительнее cell phone – сотовый телефон to dial — набирать номер, звонить on hold – на проводе, на связи voicemail – голосовая почта receiver — телефонная трубка to hang up — повесить телефонную трубку to overhear – подслушивать

Dialogue 2
ON MY MOBILE
— Hello! I’m just trying out my new mobile.
— Oh yes. Are you far away?
— Not really. I’m quite near.
— You sound very clear.
— Well, I did spend a lot of money on it.
— Where are you at the moment?
— I’ve already told you I’m in the area.
— Well, this is very interesting but I am very busy.
— Don’t worry, I’ll see you very soon.
— Oh, there goes the front door bell. Oh, it’s you! I might have guessed!

Vocabulary

to try out — испытывать; тщательно проверять I might have guessed. — Я должен был догадаться!

Dialogue 3
LATE AGAIN

— Do you know what time it is?
— No, I have no idea.
— It’s time you got up.
— I don’t believe you. You can’t be right.
— I’m telling that you must hurry up or… — Or what? Come on, tell me.
— Simply that you’re going to be late for work.
— I think there’s something you’ve forgotten.
— Now, it’s your turn to tell me.
— Remember that there’s no work today because it’s Sunday.

Vocabulary

to hurry up – торопиться, спешить Come on, tell me. – Ну же, скажи мне!

Dialogue 4
PROBLEMS

Customer: Have you had a chance to look at my car yet?
Mechanic: Yes, we’ve given it a complete examination.
Customer: And what do you think is wrong with it?
Mechanic: That’s a bit of a difficult answer to give in a few words. Customer: Well, just give me the general picture…
Mechanic: To start with… it’s losing a lot of oil. Customer: I see. Anything else?
Mechanic: Well, there’s a lot more. I mean the petrol tank has a hole in it.
Customer: Why don’t you tell me the truth. What should I do?
Mechanic: Okay, I’ll come straight to the point. Buy a new car!

Vocabulary

customer — клиент mechanic – автомеханик
complete — полный, детальный, доскональный
oil – моторное масло petrol tank — бензобак
What should I do? – Что же мне делать?
to come straight to the point – перейти сразу к делу

Dialogue 5
OPENING AN ACCOUNT

— Good morning.
— Good morning, sir.
— I’d like to open an account, please.
— Certainly, sir. Do you live in Geneva?
— Yes. I’m at the Interpreters’ School. — Are you a student?
— Yes.
— What sort of account would you like?
— A current account, I think.
— Have you got any large sums to deposit?
— No, only a thousand francs or so a month.
— Well, we can open a current account with a cheque book for you as long as the initial sum is at least three thousand francs. But I’d advise you in your case to take an account that gives you more interest, and which is more practical. We normally advise students to open deposit accounts.
— Can I take money whenever I like?
— Yes. There are two or three types of account. They permit you to withdraw up to ten thousand francs a month.
— Can I receive money directly from abroad?
— Certainly.
— And can I withdraw at a branch office?
— Certainly, though it may be more convenient to open your account in our branch near the University.
— No, I live quite near here. Do you need my passport? — Yes.
— I’m afraid I haven’t got it. Will my student card do?
— No, I’m afraid not. — I’ll come back later, then. — Very good, sir.

Vocabulary

account – счет
deposit account — депозит, депозитный счет; сберегательный счет Syn: savings account current account — текущий счет
checking account — 1) специальный счет, с которого снимаются деньги по чекам клиента 2) счет, позволяющий в любой момент вносить и снимать деньги (до востребования)
to open an account with — открывать счет в (банке, магазине и т. п.) take into account — принимать во внимание, в расчет interpreter — переводчик (устный) to deposit — класть в банк; депонировать to deposit money in a bank — положить деньги в банк initial — начальный; исходный
at least — по крайней мере, по меньшей мере to advise – советовать
interest — заинтересованность, интерес; проценты (на капитал) to permit — позволять, давать возможность to withdraw — забирать; отзывать; брать назад up to — вплоть до; до branch office — филиал though — хотя, несмотря на
convenient — удобный, подходящий; пригодный; близкий, находящийся под рукой

Dialogue 6
DRAWING AND WITHDRAWING MONEY FROM THE ACCOUNT

— Good morning.
— Good morning, sir.
— I’d like to take out some money, please.
— Certainly, sir. Do you know the number of your account?
— No. I’m not sure of it.
— What’s your name? — Klaus Bright.
— Is it a checking account?
— Well, I’ve got a checking account and a savings account. — And which account would you like to draw on?
— I’d like two hundred dollars from my checking account.
— I’ll just check the number, sir. It’s 53.875, sir. Could you sign here, please… and here. Thank you. One moment, please, sir. How would you like it, sir? — Two bills of a hundred, please. Thank you. Good morning.

Vocabulary

checking account — специальный счет, с которого снимаются деньги по чекам клиента; счет, позволяющий в любой момент вносить и снимать деньги (до востребования)
savings account — депозит, депозитный счет; сберегательный счет
Syn: deposit account
balance account — балансовый счет, счет платежного баланса private account — счет частного лица или фирмы
correspondent account — корреспондентский счет (мелкого банка в крупном) draw on – снимать со счёта (деньги) bill — банкнота, купюра bank note – банкнота note –банкнота, банковый билет cash — наличные деньги, наличный расчет

Dialogue 7
CHANGING FOREIGN CURRENCY
Part 1

— Good afternoon.
— Good afternoon, sir.
-I’ve just arrived from Boston and I’ve got some foreign currency. I’d like to change it into roubles. Is that possible?
— We can take the bank notes but I’m afraid we can’t take the small change. — Then could you change these notes, please?
— Certainly, sir. I’ll just check the exchange rates.

Vocabulary

currency – валюта bank note – банкнот note — банкнота, банковый билет
small change — мелкие деньги, мелочь; разменная монета exchange rate — валютный курс
extra — добавочный, дополнительный; лишний cash — наличные деньги, наличный расчет coin — монета, мелкая монета, разменная монета interest — проценты (на капитал)

Dialogue 8
CHANGING FOREIGN CURRENCY
Part 2

— Good morning.
— Good morning, sir.
— I’ve just come back from a trip to Russia and I’d like to change on these roubles, please.
— We can change but I’m afraid we can pay a very low rate of exchange on Russian currency, sir.
— Oh, that doesn’t matter. I can’t use them anyway. — All right, sir. Just one moment, please.

Vocabulary

rate of exchange — валютный курс
Oh, that doesn’t not matter at all. – О, это не имеет никакого значения!

Dialogue 9
COMPUTERS

— How are you getting on with your new computer?
— Not too bad but sometimes I just can’t get the hang of it.
— Do you mean it drives you out of senses?
— Well, not that often but there are things that completely mystify me.
— What sort of things do you have in mind?
— Well, take the times when everything freezes.
— Yes, I know what you mean that’s when you’d like to smash it to pieces.
— Never mind, just think of all the benefits you get from having it.
— Personally I’m looking forward to my holidays when I’ll be free of it for two weeks!

Vocabulary

to get on – делать успехи, преуспевать
to get the hang of — разг. научиться, натаскаться (делать что-л.); раскусить, понять (секрет кого-л., какой-л. профессии, занятия, устройства чего-л. и т. п.)
to drive out of senses — сводить с ума
to mystify — озадачивать; вводить в заблуждение; смущать, ставить в тупик, сбивать с толку
to freeze – зависать, виснуть (о компьютере) to smash to pieces — разбить вдребезги
benefits – выгоды, полезный результат

Dialogue 10
SPEAKING ON THE PHONE
Part 1

— Mr. Jackson, hello. This is Dan Brown here. I’m very sorry, but we’ve got a problem on Wednesday. Could we change the date of our meeting?

— Yes, of course. Would you like to postpone our meeting or bring it forward ? I’d rather not cancel it.

— I think we should definitely meet. Would it be possible to meet at the weekend?

— No, this weekend isn’t possible, I’m afraid. But I have time on Thursday at noon and on Friday evening.

— Well, for me it would be convenient to meet on Friday. I’ll arrive in London tomorrow. I`ll confirm my arrival by a phone call.

— Deal, Mr. May. So see you this Friday evening. Have a nice flight.

— See you soon, Mr. Brown. Good bye.

Vocabulary

to postpone — откладывать; отсрочивать, оттягивать to bring forward – перенести на более ранний срок to cancel — аннулировать, отменять definitely – определенно, точно, явно confirm – подтверждать arrival — прибытие
Deal, Mr. May. – Договорились, г-н Мэй.

Dialogue 11
SPEAKING ON THE PHONE
Part 2

— Hello, Dave! How`s life? What about going to the cinema tomorrow?
— Hm, tomorrow? Let me think. At what time?
— At 12 o`clock sharp.
— I’m sorry, I can’t have it at 12 o`clock. I’ve got something else planned. — Well, is 3 p.m. OK?
— Yeah, that’s fine with me.
— Right, I look forward to seeing you.
— Yes, see you soon.

— Mr. Taylor, this is Brian May. I’m phoning to ask you if it would be possible for us to meet?
— Yes, sure. I would be pleased to meet you.
Why don’t we fix an appointment right now?
— Would Tuesday evening suit you?
— Tuesday evening? Just a moment, I need to check my diary.
No, I’m sorry. I have another meeting at this time. And shall we say Tuesday afternoon?
— Tuesday afternoon? Yes, that` s fine. I’m looking forward to meeting you.

Vocabulary

appointment – свидание, условленная встреча
to suit — подходить, соответствовать, удовлетворять требованиям, устраивать diary – дневник, ежедневник to look forward — ожидать с нетерпением

Dialogue 12
MAKING AN APPOINTMENT

— Welcome back everybody! In this Session we’re going to take a look at some of the vocabulary we used in Session 2. To start with, can you remember what Session 2 was all about?

— Yes, that’s right. It was all about the job I do every day. I expect you recall that I work for a financial company as a financial advisor. In other words I help people with investing their money. My clients contact our office via e-mail or phone and then we make an appointment.

— You arrange an appointment with another person because you want to meet or see them. The two things that are important for an appointment are the time and the place. You say for example: Let’s meet next Monday at 10 o’clock.

— Another word that is very similar in meaning to appointment is the word ‘date’.
— A date is usually a private meeting with another person.

— So, when you say: I’ve got a date with my boss, it means you are going to see your boss privately.

— Possibly you also know the expression ‘blind date’, which is a rendezvous with a person you have never seen before and you are meeting the one for the first time.

Vocabulary

appointment – свидание, условленная встреча
to make an appointment — назначить встречу, договориться о встрече session — заседание, собрание, совещание to recall — вспоминать; воскрешать (в памяти) advisor = adviser — советник, консультант via – лат. посредством чего-л., с помощью чего-л. date – разг. свидание
blind date – амер.; разг. свидание с незнакомым человеком rendezvous — свидание, встреча

PART II
TESTS

TEST 1
BUSINESS DIALOGUE ON THE PHONE

Заполните пропуски подходящими вариантами.

1. Bob: Do you ……… if I use your phone to call my wife?

(a) value
(b) worry
(c) mind
(d) allow
2. Bill: Sure. Would you ……… use my cell phone or the one in my office?

(a) rather
(b) prefer
(c) like
(d) take

3. Bob: The one in your office is fine. Do I need to ……… anything special to get out of the building?

(a ) press
(b) press down
(c) press on
(d) dial

4. Bill: Yes. You ……… dial 9 and then your number.

(a) should
(b) could
(c) would
(d) shall

5. Bob: If another call comes in a while I’m on the phone, should I put my wife on
……… and take it?

(a) wait
(b) hold
(c) hope
(d) the side

6. Bill: No, that’s all right. If you don’t answer it will just go through to my ………
and I can call them back later.

(a) answering machine
(b) voicemail
(c) voice-recoder
(d) e-mail

7. Bob picked up the ……… and dialed 9 then his home number.

(a) catcher
(b) tuner
(c) phone
(d) receiver
8. Bill straightened up the office, pretending not to listen to Bob’s ……… of the conversation with his wife.

(a) end
(b) part
(c) words
(d) half

9. Finally Bob ……….

(a) stopped
(b) finished (c) hung up
(d) hung over

10. Bill: I couldn’t help but ……… you’re having chicken for dinner tonight. Can I come over?

(a) overhear
(b) hear
(c) listen
(d) understand

TEST 2
ON MY MOBILE

Заполните пропуски подходящими вариантами.

1. Hello! I’m just ……… out my new mobile.

(a) testing
(b) probing
(c) finding
(d) trying

2. Oh yes. Are you ……… away?

(a) distant
(b) long
(c) far
(d) quite

3. Not really. I’m quite ……….

(a) nearer
(b) near
(c) next
(d) nearly

4. You ……… very clear.

(a) sound
(b) ring
(c) hear
(d) speak

5. Well, I did ……… a lot of money on it.

(a) use
(b) lose
(c) spend
(d) waste

6. Where are you at the ………?

(a) time
(b) second
(c) hour
(d) moment

7. I’ve already told you I’m in the ……….

(a) place
(b) area
(c) office
(d) location

8. Well, this is very interesting but I am very ……….

(a) busy
(b) occupied
(c) hurried
(d) active

9. Don’t ………, I’ll see you very soon.

(a) remember
(b) care
(c) worry
(d) mind

10. Oh, there goes the front door bell. Oh, it’s you! I might have ……….

(a) thought
(b) believed
(c) supposed
(d) guessed

TEST 3
LATE AGAIN

Заполните пропуски подходящими вариантами.

1. Do you know ……… time it is?

(a) which
(b) when
(c) what
(d) how

2. No, I have ……… idea.

(a) any
(b) no
(c) not
(d) some

3. It’s time you got ……….

(a) on
(b) in
(c) over
(d) up

4. I don’t believe you. You can’t be ……….

(a) right
(b) accurate
(c) sure
(d) definite

5. I’m telling that you must ……… up or…

(a) stand
(b) be
(c) hurry
(d) quick

6. Or what? ……… on, tell me.

(a) Get
(b) Come
(c) Take
(d) Put

7. Simply that you’re going to be ……… for work.

(a) late
(b) later
(c) lately
(d) latest

8. I think there’s something you’ve ……….

(a) forget
(b) forgot
(c) got
(d) forgotten

9. Now, it’s your ……… to tell me.

(a) right
(b) left
(c) turn
(d) chance

10. Remember that there’s no work today ……… it’s Sunday.

(a) for
(b) while
(c) because
(d) as

TEST 4
PROBLEMS

Заполните пропуски подходящими вариантами.

1. Customer: Have you had a chance to ……… at my car yet?

(a) see
(b) examine
(c) view
(d) look

2. Mechanic: Yes, we’ve given it a ……… examination.

(a) complete
(b) controll
(c) absolute
(d) full

3. Customer: And what do you think is ……… with it?

(a) incorrect
(b) wrong (c) false
(d) strange

4. Mechanic: That’s a ……… of a difficult answer to give in a few words.

(a) part
(b) lot
(c) bit
(d) section

5. Customer: Well, just give me the ……… picture

(a) easy
(b) general
(c) objective
(d) simple

6. Mechanic: To start ……… . It’s losing a lot of oil.

(a) at
(b) for
(c) in
(d) with

7. Customer: I see. Anything ………?

(a) else
(b) ever
(c) over
(d) indeed

8. Mechanic: Well, there’s a lot more. I mean the petrol tank has a ……… in it.

(a) gap
(b) hole
(c) problem
(d) opening

9. Customer: Why don’t you tell me the ……… . What should I do?

(a) picture
(b) reason
(c) truth
(d) rightness

10. Mechanic: Okay, I’ll come straight to the……… . Buy a new car!

(a) full stop
(b) detail
(c) end
(d) point

TEST 5
OPENING AN ACCOUNT

Заполните пропуски подходящими вариантами.

1. Cashier: Good morning, ……….

(a) madam
(b) sir
(c) mister
(d) gentleman

2. Man: I’d like to ……… an account, please.

(a) start
(b) close
(c) open
(d) take into

3. Cashier: Certainly, sir. Do you live in ……… ?

(a) Washington
(b) Moscow
(c) Zurich
(d) Geneva

4. Man: Yes. I’m ……… the Interpreters’ School.

(a) in
(b) at
(c) studying
(d) learning

5. Cashier: What ……… of account would you like?

(a) kind
(b) type
(c) sort
(d) category

6. Man: A ……… account, I think.

(a) checking
(b) savings
(c) deposit (d) current

7. Cashier: There are two or three types of account. They ……… you to withdraw up to ten thousand francs a month.

(a) permit
(b) allow
(c) advise
(d) let

8. Man: Can I ……… money directly from abroad?

(a) transfer
(b) receive
(c) get
(d) take

9. Cashier: ……….

(a) Think so. (b) I’m afraid, not. (c) Certainly.
(d) Think, yes.

10. Man: I’ll ……… back later, then.

(a) turn
(b) go
(c) come
(d) show

TEST 6
DRAWING AND WITHDRAWING MONEY FROM THE ACCOUNT

Заполните пропуски подходящими вариантами.

1. Man: I’d like to take out some ………, please.

(a) bank notes
(b) money
(c) notes
(d) cash

2. Cashier: Certainly, sir. Do you ……… the number of your account?

(a) have
(b) remember
(c) know
(d) get

3. Man: No. I’m not sure ……… it.

(a) on
(b) about
(c) of
(d) in

4. Cashier: Is it a ……… account?

(a) correspondent
(b) private
(c) balance
(d) checking

5. Man: Well, I……… got a checking account and a savings account.

(a) ’ve
(b) ’d
(c) ’s (d) ’m

6. Cashier: And which account would you like to ……… on?

(a) draw
(b) come
(c) take
(d) use

7. Man: I’d like two hundred ……… from my checking account.

(a) dollars
(b) francs
(c) pounds
(d) roubles

8. C: I’ll just check the number, sir. It’s ………, sir. Could you sign here, please… and here. Thank you.

(a) 53.875
(b) 63.875
(c) 43.875
(d) 83.875

TEST 7
CHANGING FOREIGN CURRENCY
Part 1

1. Man: I’ve just arrived from ……….

(a) the United States
(b) America
(c) New York
(d) Boston

2. Man: I’ve got some ……… currency.

(a) international
(b) foreign
(c) extra
(d) national

3. Man: I’d like to change it ……… roubles.

(a) for
(b) into
(c) in
(d) to

4. Man: Is ……… possible?

(a) it
(b) this (c) that
(d) the

5. Cashier: We can take the bank notes but I’m afraid we can’t take the ……….

(a) notes
(b) cash
(c) coins
(d) small change

6. Man: Then could you change ……… notes, please?

(a) these
(b) those
(c) the
(d) —

7. Cashier: Certainly, sir. I’ll just check the ……… rates.

(a) interest
(b) change
(c) exchange
(d) —

TEST 8
CHANGING FOREIGN CURRENCY
Part 2

1. Man: I’ve just come back from a trip to ……….

(a) St. Petersburg
(b) Voronezh
(c) Russia
(d) Moscow

2. Man: I’d like to change on these ………, please.

(a) shekels
(b) francs
(c) euros
(d) roubles

3. Cashier: We ……… change.

(a) can
(b) could (c) can’t
(d) can not

4. Cashier: But I’m afraid we can pay a very low rate of exchange on ……… currency, sir.

(a) French
(b) Russian
(c) European
(d) English

5. Man: Oh, that ……… matter.

(a) isn’t the
(b) didn’t
(c) doesn’t (d) won’t

6. Man: I can’t use them ……….

(a) no more
(b) any more
(c) never more
(d) anyway

7. Cashier: ………, sir. Just one moment, please.

(a) All right
(b) OK
(c) Good
(d) Everything is all right

TEST 9
COMPUTERS

Заполните пропуски подходящими вариантами.

1. How are you getting on ……… your new computer?

(a) at
(b) with
(c) by
(d) for

2. Not too bad but sometimes I just can’t get the ……… of it.

(a) drop
(b) fall
(c) hang
(d) secret

3. Do you mean it drives you ………?

(a) nervous
(b) mad
(d) crazy
(c) out of senses

4. Well, not that often but there are things that completely ……… me.

(a) disorganize
(b) mystery
(c) confuse
(d) mystify

5. What sort of things do you have in ………?

(a) thought
(b) mind
(c) idea
(d) think

6. Well, take the times when everything ……….

(a) frozen
(b) freezing
(c) freezes
(d) frees

7. Yes, I know what you mean that’s when you’d like to smash it to ……….

(a) pieces
(b) piece
(c) peace
(d) peaces

8. Never mind, just think of all the ……… you get from having it.

(a) beneficiaries
(b) benefit
(c) benefits
(d) benefited

9. Personally I’m looking forward to my holidays when I’ll be ……… of it for two weeks!

(a) free
(b) freer
(c) freedom
(d) freed

TEST 10 SPEAKING ON THE PHONE
Part 1

Заполните пропуски подходящими вариантами.

— Mr. Jackson, hello. This is Dan Brown ………(1) (here, there, over here). I’m very sorry, but we’ve got a problem on Wednesday. Could we ……… (2) (update, exchange, change) the date of our meeting?
— Yes, of course. Would you like to ……… (3) (prolong, postpone, keep back) our meeting or ……… (4) (take it, put it, bring it) forward? I’d rather not ……… (5) (finish, stop, cancel) it.
— I think we should definitely meet. Would it be possible to meet ……… (6) (in, at, by) the weekend?
— No, this weekend isn’t possible, I’m afraid. But I have time on Thursday ……… (7) (on, in, at) noon and ……… (8) (on, in, at) Friday evening.
— Well, for me it would be convenient to meet on Friday. I’ll arrive ……… (9) (to, in, at) London tomorrow. I`ll ……… (10) (support, accept, confirm) my arrival by a phone call.

— Deal, Mr. May. So see you this Friday evening. Have a nice flight.
— See you soon Mr. Brown. Good bye.

TEST 11
SPEAKING ON THE PHONE
Part 2

Отметьте подходящий вариант, которым можно заменить выделенные слова/фразы.

1. A: Hello, Dave! How`s life? How about going to the cinema tomorrow?

(a) What about
(b)Where about
(c)When about

2. B: Hm, tomorrow? Let me think. At what time?
A: At 12 o`clock exactly.

(a) smart
(b) harp
(c) sharp

3. A: I’m sorry, I can’t be there at 12 o`clock. I’ve got something else planned.

(a) do it
(b) make it
(c) have it

4. B: Well, is 3 p.m. OK?
A: Yeah, that sounds OK to me.

(a) that’s fine of
(b) that’s fine from (c) that’s fine with

5. B: Right, I look forward to seeing you.
A: Yes, see you in a very short time.

(a) soon
(b) moon
(c) spoon

6. C: Mr. Taylor, this is Brian May. I’m phoning to ask you if it would be possible for us to meet?
D: Yes, sure. I would be glad to meet you.

(a) teased (b) happy
(c) pleased

7. Why don’t we set an appointment right now?

(a) mend
(b) repair
(c) fix

8. C: Would Tuesday evening satisfy you?

(a) suit
(b) fit
(c) match

9. D: Tuesday evening? Just a moment, I need to consult my diary.

(a) check
(b) scan
(c) study

10. No, I’m sorry. I have another meeting at this time. And shall we stop on Tuesday afternoon?

(a) tell
(b) talk
(c) say

C: Tuesday afternoon? Yes, that` s fine. I’m looking forward to meeting you.

TEST 12
MAKING AN APPOINTMENT

Заполните пропуски подходящими вариантами.

1. Welcome back ………! In this Session we’re going to take a look at some of the vocabulary we used in Session 2.

(a) somebody
(b) everybody
(c) anybody
(d) nobody

2. To start with, can you ……… what session 2 was all about?

(a) say
(b) remain
(c) remind
(d) remember

3. Yes, that’s right. It was all about the job I do every day. I expect you recall that I work for a financial company ……… a financial advisor.

(a) at
(b) as
(c) on
(d) of

4. In other words I help people with ……… their money.

(a) inviting
(b) inventing
(c) investing
(d) investment

5. My clients contact our office via email or phone and then we ……… an appointment.

(a) make
(b) take
(c) give
(d) do

6. You arrange an appointment with another person because you want to ……… or see them.

(a) agree
(b) greet
(c) meet
(d) talk

7. The two things that are important for an appointment are the time and the place. You say for example: Let’s meet next Monday ……… 10 o’clock.

(a) on
(b) at
(c) in
(d) for

8. Another word that is very similar in meaning to appointment is the word date. A date is usually a private meeting with ……… person.

(a) different
(b) second
(c) other
(d) another

9. So, when you say: I’ve got a date with my boss, it means you ……… see your boss privately.

(a) are going to
(b) will not be
(c) will be
(d) have to

10. Possibly you also know the expression ‘blind date’, which is a rendezvous with a person you have never seen before and you are meeting them ……… the first time.

(a) at
(b) in
(c) for
(d) from

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