Have you ever started to leave a message on someoneâ€™s voicemail, then when you heard the â€œbeepâ€ sound, you didnâ€™t know what to say? When youâ€™re speaking a foreign language, talking without preparation can be challenging, especially when you cannot see or hear the person youâ€™re talking to. But with a little practice, youâ€™ll be a voicemail pro.
Thatâ€™s what weâ€™ll be studying in this episode â€“ useful phrases and language for voicemail messages, so that next time you here that â€œbeepâ€ youâ€™ll know exactly what to say.
Key Language: Telephone Greetings, Reason for Calling & Leaving a Message
Generally, he wishes to talk with her about the construction plan for 2008. Specifically, he would like to discuss â€œpossible areas of cooperation.â€
â€œTomorrowâ€ any time between 8:30 and noon. She can also call him in the evening or on Wednesday.
He says, â€œLook forward to talking to you.â€