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These are various Dialogues you can use English Speaking In Telephone Office –

  • My brother arrived in New York yesterday.
  • I must send him a telegram to let him know that I am here.
  • Let us go to the telegraph office, John.
  • We’ll be back in about half an hour.
  • No, I cannot go.
  • I have to go to the photographer’s.
  • I am going to have my picture taken today.
  • Go there after we come back.
  • I must go now, because I have an appointment with the photographer at eleven o’clock.
  • I am sorry I can’t go with you.
  • Never mind, John.
  • I want to send a telegram.
  • Here is a telegram form.
  • Write on it what you wish to say.
  • Write in plain English.
  • How much do you want for it?
  • Count the words.
  • How many words are there?
  • There are twenty-two words.
  • Fifty cents.
  • You pay less for a night letter.
  • Write carefully and plainly your address, and the address to which the telegram goes.
  • Write the telegram in plain English.
  • A messenger takes the telegram and delivers it.
  • Pay for the answer if you are anxious to have one.
  • Answer paid.
  • To John Brown, TELEGRAM.
  • Boston, Mass, Jan 4, 1914.
  • 42 Broadway, New York City.
  • Goods arrived.
  • Business rushing.
  • Come at once.
  • Sanford, Spring Street, Boston, Mass.
  • In the business sections of a city there are many telephone pay stations from which you can call up any one you wish.
  • Look up in the latest directory the telephone number of the person whom you wish to call.
  • Lift the receiver from the hook, and give the number to the operator.
  • Give the numbers one by one.
  • Four-seven-six ring six.
  • If the line is busy, hang up the receiver, and call again in a few minutes.
  • If you cannot find the telephone number in the directory, call up the operator, and ask for Information.
  • The person in charge of the “Information” will give you the number.
  • When you wish to call up a person who lives outside of the city, call the operator, and ask for “Toll Operator.
  • Give the telephone number to the ”Toll Operator,” and he will open the line for you.
  • George, somebody called you on the telephone about half an hour ago.
  • Who was it, do you know?
  • I don’t know.