9. Making an Appointment to Have a Haircut


A: How are you doing today?

B: Great. What can I help you with?

A: I need to make an appointment for a haircut.

B: Okay. What day would you like to come in?

A: How's Saturday?

B: Let me just check the books.

A: Okay.

B: Yes. We have openings only that morning.

A: Can I make it for 10:30?

B: That'll be fine.

A: Sounds great, thank you.

B: No problem. See you Saturday morning.


A: How's it going?

B: Perfect. What did you need?

A: I would like to schedule an appointment to get a haircut.

B: What day are you free?

A: I'd like to come in on Saturday.

B: I'll just see if we have any openings.

A: All right.

B: The only time we have on Saturday is in the morning.

A: I'd like to schedule it for 10:30.

B: That's perfect.

A: I appreciate that.

B: We'll see you then.


A: How are you?

B: I'm fine. How can I help you?

A: I need to get a haircut, so can I schedule an appointment?

B: What day would you like to make the appointment?

A: I was thinking Saturday.

B: All right. Let me check to see if we have any openings that day.

A: That's fine.

B: You can only make an appointment for Saturday morning.

A: Is 10:30 okay?

B: I'll pencil you in for that time.

A: Thank you very much.

B: You're welcome. We'll see you on Saturday.

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