A: Would you mind staying late to finish the report?
B: I’m sorry, but I’ve got plans for this evening. I’ll come in early tomorrow to finish it.
A: That’s fine.
A: Can you call the travel agent and book a flight to Frankfurt for me, please?
B: Sure. What are the details?
A: Could you show me how to use the fax machine?
B: OK. Do you want to use it now?
A: Yes, please.
A: Would you mind giving me the sales figures for last month, please?
B: OK, no problem.
A: Could you help me with my PowerPoint presentation?
B: Sorry. I’m not very good with PowerPoint. I’ll ask Sam to help you.
A: Could you send these letters, please?
B: I’m sorry, I’ve got a meeting now. Can I send them at lunchtime?
A: Yes, that’s fine.
A: Does anyone have any new ideas for marketing the new products?
B: Well … how about advertising on TV? It’s the most effective way.
C: Yes, but er, we don’t have enough money. TV is far too expensive. Er, we could have some displays in stores.
A: Mmm, that’s a good idea. I like that. Any more suggestions?
D: Why don’t we organize a competition? People have to buy the product to enter the competition.
B: I agree, but prizes are expensive.
A: Yes, We need to do some research on that. Um, any more?
B: Let’s build a new website. We could find ways to attracting people to the site.
D: I agree. A new website is important.