A; Good morning. May I help you?
B: Yes. I’m looking for a flat. I’d like one with two bedrooms.
A: All right. Have a seat, please. Lei me ask you a few questions. First of all, may I have your number,please.
B; My name’s Perry Pratley.
A; How do you spell your last name, Mr.Pratley?
B: It’s P-R-A-T-L-E-Y.
A: P-R-A-T-L-E-Y. First name; Perry. And what’s your present address, Mr.Pratley?
B; Ifs 14 Twyford Avenue.
A; How do you spell Twyford?
A; Twyford. That’s in West Ealing, isn’t it?
B: Yes, it is.
A; Do you have a phone number?
B: Yes. If s 5638995.
A; 5638995. And could you tell me your occupation, please?
B; Fm a clerk.
A; I see. And the name of your employer?
B: I work for Barclays Bank in West Ealing.
A: Barclays Bank, fine. And you’re looking for a two bedroom flat.
B: That’s right.
A; Could you wait just a minute, please? I’ll take a look in our files.