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.



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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Submitted by MarlonPilamungaC on Mon, 14/08/2023 - 23:15


this a great tool, is very easy to listening and the task is very simple to do.
I will recommend this my friends!

Submitted by AYMENSEYIDALI44 on Sat, 12/08/2023 - 22:35


I never do that becuse I dont speak english very well

Submitted by maya1970 on Sat, 12/08/2023 - 19:25


No, but I hope I can leave a voice message later when the language is beefed up.

Submitted by maya1970 on Sat, 12/08/2023 - 19:24


No, but I hope I can leave a voice message later when the language is beefed up.

Submitted by RAMIDABABO on Fri, 11/08/2023 - 08:43


definitely yes, as it was part of my job in the past, contacting the Belgian company to order spare parts to our weaving machine.

Submitted by Osama15 on Wed, 09/08/2023 - 18:14


No honestly, because English is not my main language but I hope for that

Submitted by Mohamed Alkady on Tue, 08/08/2023 - 20:18


Is that phrase correct?
I look forward to hearing from you.
I think it might be
I'm looking forward to hear from you

Hello Mohamed Alkady,

The phrase is correct. We say 'hearing' because 'to' is a preposition rather than a part of the infinitive here. Prepositions have objects and these can be nouns (to the party, to the meeting) or -ing forms (to meeting you, to working with you).

You can say either 'I look forward to...' or 'I'm looking forward to...' here. The second is a little less formal to my ear.



The LearnEnglish Team

Submitted by -linthuniek' on Tue, 08/08/2023 - 11:01


I never do that because it isn't my native language

Submitted by mostafa23150 on Fri, 04/08/2023 - 15:23


No, I am arab man use arabic in calls but i try learn english hardly