A: Good afternoon, Mr. Smith. Would you like me to give you the rundown of your itinerary now?
B: Yes. Please come in, Annie.
A: Mr.Smith. You will arrive at J. F. Kennedy Airport on July 10th and I've booked you into the Holiday Inn Hotel in Man-hattan.
B: Wait, Annie. Did you tell me yesterday that you would book the Hilton Hotel for me?
A: Yes, but I'm sorry to say that it's fully booked, so I chose one in the same class for you. Will it be Okay?
B: Fine, thanks. Please go on.
A: During the next two days, you will go to the Convention Hall to visit the fair. On July 14th, you'll have a meeting with Mr.White in the morning and Ms Johnson in the afternoon, Here're their address and telephone numbers. The next day you will fly back home.
B: Very good, Annie, I think you've applied the petty cash for my trip, haven't you?
A: Yes, I did, Here it is.
B: Thank you. In addition, please send a fax to our US office informing Mr. Li. about my schedule, so that he may contact meduring my stay in the USA.
A; Of course, sir, I'll send it right away.
A: Good afternoon. Can I help you?
B: Afternoon. I'd like to speak with Mr.Zhang, please.
A: May I ask who's calling please?
B: This is Miss Annie. Mr. Zhang asked me to get in touch with him when I arrived in England.
A: Please hold. I'll tell Mr. Zhang you are calling.
B: Thank you.
C: Good afternoon, Miss Annie. This is Mr. Zhang. I've been looking forward to meeting you. When did you arrive in England?
B: Last night. I'm sorry I didn't tell you in advance since I'd been in a hurry.
C: That's all right. I'd like to meet you as soon as possible. Could you come over tomorrow afternoon?
B: Yes, I'd like to.
C: Where are you staying?
B: I'm presently staying at the Holiday Orange.
C: Our office is just behind the train station.
B: How can I get there? Do I need to take a bus?
C: No. I'll send my secretary to pick you up at 4 : 00, so you can get more time to rest.
B: Thank you very much.
C: I'll be waiting for you in my office.
B: Thanks. See you tomorrow afternoon al five.
A: See if you can arrange a meeting with marketing department this morning.
B: When do you plan to meet them?
A: Whatever is the most convenient time for them.
B: Do you want to meet in your office or in a conference room?
A: In my office.
B: Who would you look forward to attend the meeting?
A: Everyone in the department.
B: Should I write down every word that everyone says?
A: No，you needn't. You just make a note of the topics that are discussed and the result of the discussion.
B: And should I type out the minutes from the notes?
A: Yes, of course.
B:All right, I'll see what I can do.