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  • He left his telephone number.
  • You’ll find it on your desk.
  • Thank you.
  • I’ll call him up right away central.
  • Give me nine-two-seven, ring eight please.
  • Hello.
  • Is this nine-two-seven, ring eight?
  • Yes.
  • Is Peter there?
  • No, he just went out.
  • He will be back in about half an hour.
  • Thank you.
  • I’ll call him up again later.
  • Operator.
  • Give me: nine-two-seven ring eight, please.
  • Line busy.
  • Hello.
  • Is this Peter?
  • Yes, this is Peter.
  • This is George.
  • Did you call me up this morning?
  • Yes, I did.
  • I wanted to ask you if there was a chance of getting some work in the shoe factory.
  • Well,
  • I don’t know.
  • I heard the foreman say today that they expected to have a rush next week.
  • Now if this is so, I believe they will need some men next week.
  • Why don’t you come down and find out about it?
  • I will, tomorrow morning.
  • Good-bye.
  • Operator.
  • Toll Operator, please.
  • Connect me with two-seven-one, ring fifty-two Portland, please.
  • What is the name of the person to whom you wish to speak?
  • Paul Krebs.
  • What is your telephone number?
  • Your name?
  • Three-eight, ring two.
  • John Perry.
  • I’ll call you when the line is ready.
  • Hello.
  • Is this three-0-eight, ring two?
  • Yes.
  • Did you call up two-seven-one, ring fifty-two, Portland?
  • Yes.
  • The line is ready Central.
  • Give me two-nine-five, ring three, please.