A voicemail message

A voicemail message

Listen to a voicemail message and answer the questions to practise your listening skills.

Do the preparation task first.

Then listen to the audio and do the exercises.

Preparation

Transcript

John: Hi, this is John. Thanks for calling. I'm not here at the moment, so please leave a message and I'll call you back.

Marina: Hi, John, this is Marina Silva calling from Old Time Toys. Your colleague Alex gave me your phone number. She said you can help me.

I need some information on your new products. Could you please call me when you are back in the office? My phone number is 0-2-0-8, 6-5-5-7-6-2-1.

Also, can you please email me your new brochure and information about your prices? My email address is Marina, that's M-A-R-I-N-A, dot Silva, S-I-L-V-A, at O-L-D-T-I-M-E hyphen toys dot com.

Thanks a lot. I look forward to hearing from you.

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Average: 4.4 (318 votes)

Submitted by rima khaoula on Sun, 12/04/2020 - 14:34

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I never make phone calls or voicemail messages in English. however, I usually write the email messages in this language.
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Submitted by Ali Ahmed on Sun, 12/04/2020 - 07:41

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This lesson is so much effective .

Submitted by Iqbal ahmed khan on Sat, 11/04/2020 - 20:15

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Yes, sometime I play online games and I talked people which belongs to different European centuries

Submitted by haninotaku on Sat, 11/04/2020 - 17:19

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no,i did not. Because I feel nervous .

Submitted by Minerva on Thu, 09/04/2020 - 05:34

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H is not easy to move in order when I choose the first one the color change to grey, but I don’t know how to move up or down. Or where to put it? And I don’t know if it automatically are marked

Hello Minerva

When you want to drop a sentence in a new position, you have to click or press on the small white hand (on the right) of the sentence that is in new position.

Does that make sense? It's easy to do but a little difficult to explain, so if you'd like me to describe how to do it again, please let us know.

All the best

Kirk

The LearnEnglish Team

Submitted by Emily Mellor on Wed, 08/04/2020 - 12:13

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Yes, I always make a call to my friends for important information about our class

Submitted by Keyon on Wed, 08/04/2020 - 09:12

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No,I have never made.Because of the country I come from and my contects.
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Submitted by Berny Herrera on Wed, 08/04/2020 - 04:17

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No, I don´t. Because the country where I am form and the contacts I have, I´m not accustomed to make phone calls in English nor leave voicemail messages. There were only around three times when I call and speak in English, the first one, it was a call for asking for information about a bilingual high school I´d like to work someday. The second call I made, it was for asking to an American guy who is a chiropractor for information about the price of his service. And thirdly, it was because my Laptop was broken and I needed it repaired as soon as possible, and he was the only person who could help me by then, he was an American guy too. I´ll try to have more contacts in order to get fluency at English and become a bilingual person. My main goal now, it is to get a C1 English level by January 2021. (So, this is why I´m taking these great resources at this Platform!)