‘Your wife called, while you were having the meeting.’

‘Did she? And what did she need?’

‘She didn’t say. She only left the message for you to call her back, when you finish your meeting.’

‘OK, I can’t call her now. I’m meeting another client in ten minutes.’

‘Sure. Do as you like. I just passed the message as I promised to her.’

Well noted, thank you. Do we have the presentation ready for the afternoon? I don’t want any problems with this project. You know how easily this customer can get angry.’

‘Yes, I know. Everything is ready. We only need a few pictures for the file. Jenny will bring them in half an hour.’

‘OK, but please make sure that she does. Sometimes she can be quite forgetful.’

‘Don’t worry. I’m on it. I’ll ring her in ten minutes to remind her about it.’

‘Wonderful. Thanks for all the good work.’

‘It’s my job, boss.’

‘It is indeed. If the presentation goes well in the afternoon, I’ll take the whole team for a night out next Friday.’

‘Nice. I’m looking forward to it.’

‘But don’t tell anyone about it as yet.’

‘No, I won’t.’

‘I need to go now. If my wife rings again, just tell her that I got the message and that I will call her in about forty-five minutes, OK?’

‘OK, will do.’


Well noted – beriem na vedomie

make sure – ubezpečiť sa

forgetful /fəˈɡetfl/ – zábudlivý

remind sb about stg /rɪˈmaɪnd/- pripomenúť niekomu niečo