EXECUTIVE ENGLISH TELEPHONE COURSE
By Viv Quarry (www.vivquarry.com)
Structures for making requests
WILL | | KIND |
| YOU BE SO | |AS TO call Mr Jones?
WOULD | | GOOD |
COULD YOU ........ | |
| send me the report on sales in December, | PLEASE?
WOULD YOU........ | |
| WOULD YOU?
Call Mr Jones in the Human Resources Department, |
| COULD YOU?
I'D LIKE TO see Mr Williams at six o'clock, PLEASE.
WILL YOU contact International Supplies for me, PLEASE?
WOULD YOU MIND ask- ING Mr Williams to come to my office, PLEASE?
CAN YOU help me with this, PLEASE?
I'M (very / terribly / awfully) SORRY, BUT....
I won't be able to come to the meeting on Friday.
Frequently used Phrasal Verbs for arranging to meet.
To GET THERE = To arrive.
To MAKE IT = To do sth.
To CALL sth. OFF = To cancel.
To PUT sth. OFF = To postpone.
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