Dialogue Practice: Going to the Bank

Please choose the most appropriate answer for each sentence.
  • 1
    John: I'd like to make a ..... today. I have some checks I want to add to my savings.
  • 2
    Teller: All right, sir. What is your savings account .....?
  • 3
    John: It's 1302453. Do I need to fill out a deposit ..... for these checks?
  • 4
    Teller: No, you don't, since you aren't requesting any cash back. Do you have any other ..... I can help you with today?
  • 5
    John: Yes, actually. I'd like a(n) ..... card for my checking account. A debit card would be quite useful during those times when I don't have any cash on me and I don't want to write a check.
  • 6
    Teller: I can help you with that. Would you write out what ..... number you would like for this card? I can program it right onto the card and have it ready for you in a few minutes. The number sequence must be four digits long.
  • 7
    John: I'd like you to use 0111. Will the card work like a(n) ..... card as well as a debit card - just in case a place doesn't take debit cards but does accept Visa or Mastercard?
  • 8
    Teller: Yes, this particular card can be used as a Visa as well. Is there anything else I can help you with today? John: Yes. I'd also like to make a(n) ..... from my checking account. Will you please give me $100?
  • 9
    Teller: I can help you with that. Do you need to order any ..... today, or do you have enough at the moment?
  • 10
    John: Thanks, but I have enough checks for now. That'll be all. Teller: I deposited the checks for you. The money will be available after the checks .....; that usually takes about five days. Thanks for banking at West Bank!

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