Updating the client

Following the telephone call with the structural engineer, Tim Smith phones George Brown to inform him about the newest developments. Put the sentences of this telephone conversation into the correct order, then listen to check your results.

1 That sounds good. So how about our meeting then? How does Thursday late afternoon suit you?
2 Yes that suits me fine. Iíll be round at 5.
3 Iím just phoning to let you know that Iíve spoken to Joe White and heíd be interested to do the structural planning for your house.
4 George Brown.
5 Oh, thatís good news. Should I arrange a meeting with him?
6 Goodbye
7 Yes, definitely, but thereís no rush at the moment. Iíd like you to take a look at some sketches first and confirm the brief. And once I have got some preliminary drawings prepared, we could all sit down together.
8 Excellent, I look forward to seeing you. Goodbye George
9 Hello, George. Itís Tim.
10 Thursday would be fine. Shall we say 5 oíclock? Would you like to come round to the office?
11 Hello, Tim. Nice to hear from you. What can I do for you?


George: George Brown.

Tim: Hello, George. Itís Tim.

George: Hello, Tim. Nice to hear from you. What can I do for you?

Tim: Iím just phoning to let you know that Iíve spoken to Joe White and heíd be interested to do the structural planning for your house.

George: Oh, thatís good news. Should I arrange a meeting with him?

Tim: Yes, definitely, but thereís no rush at the moment. Iíd like you to take a look at some sketches first and confirm the brief. And once I have got some preliminary drawings prepared, we could all sit down together.

George: That sounds good. So how about our meeting then? How does Thursday late afternoon suit you?

Tim: Thursday would be fine. Shall we say 5 oíclock? Would you like to come round to the office?

George: Yes that suits me fine. Iíll be round at 5.

Tim: Excellent, I look forward to seeing you. Goodbye George.

George: Goodbye.

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