Notes on Course Available
Representative: Good morning. Cleaved in college. Can I help you?
Student: Yes, please. I’d like some information about evening courses this term.
Representative: Okay. Which subjects are you interested in?
Student: Two subjects, actually. Languages and computer skills.
Representative: Okay. What languages are you interested in?
Student: Actually, I’m not sure. I have to fulfill a language requirement for school, but I haven’t really decided. What language to study? How many language courses do you run each week?
Representative: We have to every night from Monday to Friday.
Student: I’m sorry, but would you mind going through the schedule for me? Which language and which days?
Representative: Not at all. Monday to Wednesday are modern European languages French, Spanish, German, Dutch, and Polish. Thursday night we offer ancient languages Latin, and ancient Q1 Greek and On Friday, we finish off with the Asian languages of Hindi and Q2 Bengali.
Student: Monday to Wednesday more than European. Thursday, ancient languages, and Friday Asian. Can you spell Bang Goli, please?
Representative: Yes, It’s B-E-N-G-A-l-I.
Student: Great and how much did the courses cost?
Representative: Each course costs £25 per person per term. But if you want to do two language courses, there’s a 10% discount. But only if you book for Q3 two terms.
Student: So the 10% discount is if I take two courses for two terms, is that right?
Student: Would it be possible for me to book my classes right now?
Representative: No sorry. The computer’s down. What I suggest you do is call on extension 9694 oops no sorry Q4 6994 after 6 p.m. and ask for Mrs. Johnson.
Student: I’m sorry I didn’t get that. Did you say 6994 after 6 p.m.?
Representative: Yes. 6994, Please ask for Mrs. Johnson. Thanks.
Student: Okay. Can we now look at the computer skill courses?
Representative: Yes, of course. Computer classes always start in the first week of the month, and the way it works is we offer one computer class for the entire month, so you might spend one month on Q5 databases, another month on Excel, and so on. Classes meet once a week on Tuesday afternoons. The next class starts February 1st.
Student: Okay, so for the upcoming month February?
Representative: February is going to be databases. There are Q6 24 places still free on that course, and it costs £40 per person.
Student: February databases, 24 openings, £40. Okay.
Representative: Excel starts in March, and that’s nearly full. Only four slots left. It’s £45.
Student: Okay, Excel March, Only fourth lot left. Got it.
Representative: April is outlook. That is never as popular since it cost so much more. But you get a free CD. It is £ Q7 60 for the month and there are 19 places left.
Student: Okay, April Outlook £60. Is that it?
Representative: No. On the third of June, we start a word course. We have 16 vacancies for that. At the moment, it’s also expensive at £55.
Student: 3rd of Q8 June word, Q9 16 vacancies, £ Q10 55. Now, do I call the same number to book a place in one of these classes?
Representative: No. You have to call Mary Jones. I think. Yes. Mary Jones, Extension 9623.
Student: Sorry. Could you repeat that number?
Representative: Yes. Extension 9623, please call her before 6 p.m.
Student: Okay, Many thanks for all your help.