Making an appointment

Please choose the most appropriate answer for each sentence.
  • 1

    Welcome back ......... in this session — we're going to take a look at some of the vocabulary we used in session 2.

  • 2

    To start with, can you ......... what session 2 was all about?

  • 3

    Yes, that's right. It was all about the job I do every day. I expect you recall that I work for a financial company ......... a financial advisor.

  • 4

    In other words I help people with ......... their money.

  • 5

    My clients contact our office via email or phone and then we ......... an appointment.

  • 6

    You arrange an appointment with another person because you want to ......... or see them.

  • 7

    The two things that are important for an appointment are the time and the place. You say for example: Let's meet next Monday ......... 10 o'clock.

  • 8

    Another word that is very similar in meaning to appointment is the word date. A date is usually a private meeting with ......... person.

  • 9

    So, when you say: I've got a date with my boss, it means you ......... see your boss privately.

  • 10

    Possibly you also know the expression 'blind date', which is a rendezvous with a person you have never seen before and you are meeting them ......... the first time.

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