16. Calling a Traffic School to Make an Appointment


A: Pasadena Traffic School. How can I help you?

B: I would like to sign up for some classes.

A: What classes did you want to sign up for?

B: I need to take a driver's course.

A: You'll have to make an appointment.

B: What do I need to make an appointment for?

A: You need an appointment so you can sign the papers.

B: All right, can I make an appointment right now?

A: When are you available?

B: Can I make it for tomorrow at 9:00 a.m.?

A: I can schedule you for that day and time.

B: Thanks a lot. I'll be there tomorrow.


A: What can I do for you today?

B: Can I sign up for some classes today?

A: Which classes?

B: I would like to take a driver's course.

A: Would you like to make an appointment?

B: Why do I need an appointment?

A: You need to sign the paperwork.

B: Can I do that right now?

A: When can you come in?

B: How about 9 o'clock tomorrow morning?

A: I'll schedule you for then.

B: Thanks for all your help.


A: What do you need today?

B: I need to take a few classes.

A: What kind of classes would you like to take?

B: How about a driver's course?

A: You're going to need to make an appointment.

B: I don't understand why I need to make an appointment.

A: You need to make one to come down and fill out your paperwork.

B: I'd like to make one now if I could.

A: Sure you can; when would you like to come in?

B: I'd like to come in tomorrow morning at 9:00.

A: That'll be fine.

B: That's great. Thank you very much.

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