Source:原创          2018-07-22 11:02:58      8306 views
生活在国外，给老外打电话预约是必不可少的，比如预约看病、预约理发、预约看房、预约看车等等。今天，胡椒网小编就总结一些常见的电话预约表达方式，供大家参考。英文原句来源于国外英文学习网站（如BBC English），由胡椒网小编翻译、总结，并给出情景对话的例子，重点语句用红色标注。虽然很简单，但是很多在国外生活多年的留学生还只会"Do you have time"这种中式表达。让我们一起来学习吧。
I'd like to make an appointment … please. 省略号部分可以用以下内容代替：
with the doctor / with Mrs Green
to see Doctor Smith / to have my hair cut
Do you have something…? 省略号部分可以用以下内容代替：
on Monday / this afternoon
earlier / later
I have…at 3pm tomorrow. 省略号部分可以用以下内容代替：
Are you available on Monday? Are you available next Monday?
Are you free on Tuesday? Are you free next Tuesday?
How does the third sound to you?
Can we meet on Wednesday? Can we meet next Wednesday?
Would next Thursday be ok?
What about next Friday?
Is next Saturday ok?
Yes, Monday is fine.
Yes, Tuesday would be fine.
Wednesday suits me.
Thursday would be perfect.
Please confirm if this date and time is suitable / convenient for you.
Can you let me know if this is works for you?
I'm afraid I can't on Monday.
I'm sorry, I can't on Tuesday.
I won't be able to meet on Wednesday.
I really don’t think I can on Thursday.
A: Hi Peter! I was wondering if we could set up a meeting to discuss some of our new products.
B: Good idea. Let me check my calendar. Are you free next Tuesday?
A: Actually, I'd prefer Wednesday, if that's all right with you. We're expecting a visit from some clients on Tuesday.
B: No problem. I'm busy in the morning, but how about after lunch? Let’s say 3 o'clock?
A: That works for me!
B: Great! I’ll see you next Wednesday afternoon, then.
Receptionist: Hello, this is Midtown Medical Centre.
Sara: Hello. I'd like to make an appointment to see the doctor, please.
Receptionist: Have you been here before?
Sara: No, I haven't.
Receptionist: Ok. Can I have your name please?
Sara: It's Sara Jones.
Receptionist: I have an opening at 2:30 this afternoon. Is that ok?
Sara: Yes, that's fine.
Receptionist: We'll see you soon.
Sara: Thank you. Goodbye.
Receptionist: Good morning, Hair Design.
Kate: Can I make an appointment with Michelle, please?
Receptionist: Is it for a hair cut?
Receptionist: When do you want to come in?
Kate: Do you have something on Saturday afternoon?
Receptionist: Yes, is 4pm ok?
Kate: Yes, that's fine.
Receptionist: What's you name, please?
Kate: It's Kate Smith.
Receptionist: Ok Kate, we'll see you at 4pm on Saturday.
Kate: Thanks. Bye.
Michelle: Mr Hibberd's office!
Peter: Hello, can I speak to Brian Hibberd, please?
Michelle: I'm afraid he's in a meeting until lunchtime. Can I take a message?
Peter: Well, I'd like to arrange an appointment to see him, please. It's Peter Jefferson here.
Michelle: Could you hold on for a minute, Mr Jefferson. I'll just look in the diary. So when's convenient for you?
Peter: Some time next week if possible. I gather he's away the following week.
Michelle: Yes, that's right, he's on holiday for a fortnight.
Peter: Well, I need to see him before he goes away. So would next Wednesday be okay?
Michelle: Wednesday . let me see . he's out of the office all morning. But he's free in the afternoon, after about three.
Peter: Three o'clock is difficult. But I could make it after four.
Michelle: So shall we say 4.15 next Wednesday, in Mr Hibberd's office?
Peter: Yes, that sounds fine. Thanks very much.
Michelle: Okay, then. Bye.