A: Hello, this is Rich.
B: Hi, Rich. Is Jim here?
A: He’s not in at the moment. Can I take a message?
B: Sure. This is Claire.
A: Does he have your telephone number?
B: No,it’s 3725019281.
B: No, it’s 3725019281, it’s a 9, not a 5.
A: Right. I’ll have him call you back.
B: Can you tell him that it’s urgent?
A: Sure can.
B: Thanks a lot.
A: No problem.
A: Sandy, can you help me contact these people?
B: Sure, what do you want me to tell them?
A: Well, I need to confirm the time of their classes.
B: Ok, where can I find their phone numbers?
A: They are all listed here on this sheet of paper.
B: Is it their home, office or cell phone number?
A: Unless it’s marked differently, it’s their home numbers.
B: Alright. What if I can’t get a hold of them by phone?
A: Then, you should e-mail them with the information.
B: Where can I find their e-mail addresses?
A: They should have then listed on their resumes.
B: And if there aren’t any e-mail addresses?
A: Then send them a SMS on their cell phone.
B: Ok. That sounds easy enough. Have you called any of them yet?
A: Yes. I called the first three people on the list, but they didn’t pick up.
B: Did you leave a voice message?
A: I left a voice message on one---just for the first person on the list.
B: I see. What did you tell her?
A: I told her that she should call me back at my office number.
B: Ok, so, maybe I should call her again.
A: Yes, that sounds like a good idea. She might not get the other message in time.
B: One more question. It looks like some of these numbers are long-distance. Do you haave a calling card that I can use to get through to them?
A: Sure. You can use this one. The pin number is written on the back of the card.
B: Alright. Thanks a lot. Don’t worry. I’ll take care of it.
A: Great work . I’m off for the weekend! See you on Monday.
B: See you.