A: Professor, I am going to need to leave class early today. B: What is the problem? A: I need to go to the airport to pick up a relative. B: Are you planning on having someone take notes for you? A: Yes, I've got that part covered. B: When, exactly do you need to leave? A: I don't need to leave until the very end of class. B: Fine, but next time try and not have to miss class again. A: Thanks, Professor. See you later! B: See you later! Drive carefully.
A: Excuse me, Professor, I have a problem and need to leave class early. B: Why do you have to leave early? A: I am not feeling well. B: Could you make it up by attending my other section this week? A: Yes, it's all taken care of. B: Are you leaving right away or can you stay for a few more minutes? A: I can stay a few more minutes. B: OK, but please make sure that you get all of your make-up work completed. A: Thanks, Professor. I've got it covered! B: Go do what you have to do, but make sure it doesn't happen again.
A: I am sorry, but I can't stay until the end of class. B: Where do you need to be that is more important than school? A: I have an appointment. B: Do you have a plan to make up your missed work? A: No, but I'll make sure someone helps me out this week with my missed work. B: Are you going to go right away? A: I am leaving right now. B: All right, but please remember that it is your responsibility to catch up. A: Thanks, Professor. I'll make sure everything gets taken care of. B: Goodbye, and try not to miss any more school.