14. Talking to a Counselor


A: I have an appointment for 1:30.

B: What can I help you with?

A: Well, I have a problem with my class schedule.

B: What is it?

A: It seems that I've been given two classes scheduled at the same time.

B: I can understand the problem with that.

A: Is there any way that you can fix my schedule?

B: No problem, do you want those classes still?

A: Yes, I do.

B: Let me see if I can find one of these classes on another day.

A: Thank you very much.


A: I'm here for my appointment.

B: What can I do for you today?

A: I have an issue with my schedule.

B: Tell me the problem.

A: I have two classes on here that are at the same time.

B: Oh, I see.

A: Can you change that for me?

B: Do you still want both classes?

A: Yes, I would like to keep both classes.

B: I'll try to change one to a different day.

A: I would greatly appreciate that.


A: I was supposed to meet with you at 1:30.

B: Yes, I see. What did you need to see me about?

A: There's a problem with my schedule.

B: What's the problem?

A: Two of my classes occur at the same time.

B: Well, I can see that's a problem.

A: Is it at all possible for you to fix that error?

B: Yes, I can. Would you still like to have both of these classes?

A: I want to keep both of them, if that's possible.

B: Well, let me find you one of these classes on a different day.

A: Thanks a lot.

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