Do the preparation task first. Then read the text and do the exercises.
You there, Beatriz?
Hang on, Andrew.
OK. What's up?
It's Caroline's birthday tomorrow.
Oh yeah, that's right!
You thought about what to get her?
You mean a present? Weren't you buying one from both of us?
I'm sorry! It totally slipped my mind!
And I'm working 'til late.
Could you pick up a gift today?
I guess. What sort of thing were you thinking of?
Dunno. Got any ideas?
One sec. Phone.
OK, I'm back.
Just had an idea for a gift.
Nah. Jeremy said he was getting her headphones.
OK. What then?
Have you seen those gift certificates for a spa? Maybe one of those?
She'd love that!
I'll pick it up today then.
Thanks a million. Appreciate it.
No worries. See you tomorrow then?
What time was it again? 4?
4.30. I can pick you up at your house if you like.
👍 👍 👍 👍
Bye for now.
I am soo slowly on typing massage, so I prefer to call. But at all I don't like telecommunications
I'd be more likely to text my friends since phone bills are extremely expensive here
I would prefer sending messages, because it's more convinient, and it also saves times. I only call them if that is an important situation that I need to talk with them immidiately.
I prefer texting over calling as most people do. I find texting much less time-consuming than calling. You can always shorten specific phrases or sentences when texting by using internet abbreviations (you know "lol" "brb" this stuff), which can save a significant amount of time. Although it sounds less formal, this can come as more convenient when communicating when texting your close ones, such as friends or family members with who are you mostly interact in daily life.
I definitely prefer phoning my friends. I think calling is only appropriate for urgent cases when you really need to hear from them ASAP. Why would I bother my friend with a call, when I'm not even sure if they're free to talk at the moment? Besides, it's really nice to have all the important info written in your chat, like the time and place you've agreed to see each other, right?
I think if you want to call your friends, you can call and ask if you are busy and then start a dialogue
I agree with what was said. Sometimes you need to get information from friends, relatives as soon as possible and it would be more convenient to call. But sometimes, in order to disturb them with calls, it would be more appropriate to write a letter.
I comletely agree with you,i prefer to communicate in messages, because i love when correspondence with a person saved, but before i call on the phone, i write and ask if the person is busy or not
I prefer calling them... sometimes I wrote messages or via email but its easier and faster, I have unlimited minutes, that`s mean and is cheaper :)
I would prefer phoning contact to my friends.