Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Conversation topics about Car Rent

Car Rental - Interactive Practice

A: "How can I help you today?"

B: "I would like to rent a car."

A: "Do you have a reservation?"

B: "No."

A: "That's alright. Let's see what we can find. We have several cars to choose from. What size are you looking for?"

B: "What are my options?"

A: "A compact car, midsize car, and a minivan."

B: "How much are they?"

A: "Compact is $2.1.95 a day, midsize is $27.95 a day, and a minivan is 35.95 a day."

B: "I'll take a midsize car."

A: "How long will you be renting the car?"

B: "One week."

A: "How many people will be driving the car?"

B: "Just myself."

A: "Would you like insurance?"

B: "How much is it?"

A: "It is $14.95 a day and it covers everything regardless of fault."

B: "Yes please."

A: "Can I have your name?"

B: "Last name is Lee. L E E. First name is Sang. S A N G."

A: "You address please?"

B: "I am from Korea. Would you like my address in Korea?"

A: "Just the city name."

B: "Seoul, Korea."

A: "Can I see your driver's license and a credit card?"

B: "Sure. Here it is."

A: "Great. That will be $324.92. Would you like me to charge it on this card?"

B: "Yes. That will be fine."

A: "Please sign here. You can pick up your car downstairs. Your expected time to return the car is June 29th. That is exactly one week. Show the attendant this invoice. When you return the car, bring this invoice with you. Also, the gas tank is full, you should fill up the gas tank before you return. If you don't want to, we can do it for $3 a gallon. Is there anything else I can do for you?"

B: "That will be all. Thank you."

A: "Thank you. Good bye."

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