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電話でアポイントをとってみよう

Making an appointment on the phone
正確な5W1Hを守りましょう。いつ(When)、どこで(Where)、 だれが(Who)、なにを(What)、なぜ(Why)、どのように(How)」という6つの要素を基本にしっかりとしたアポイントメントを取りましょう。そうすれば相手も安心することでしょう。
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Hello.
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作成したスクリプトは講師により添削されます。
Hello.

Hello. This is Tanaka at ABC Securities company. May I speak to Mr. Smith?

自然な表現

Hello. This is Tanaka from ABC Securities company. May I speak to Mr. Smith?

1. This is the appropriate preposition to use in this case to give a clear expression of your idea
Hello, Mr. Tanaka. Unfortunately, Mr. Smith is at a very important meeting right now. However, he will call you as soon as possible. Do you want to leave a message for him?

Thank you very much. I would like to see him next week when he is available. Do you know a day when he is convenient?

自然な表現

Thank you very much. I would like to see him next week when he is available. Do you know a day when he is available

1. Make use of this adjective form to clearly express your intended point. Your original usage was vague here.
Just a moment, sir, to check out his schedule. (after a few seconds) He will be available next Monday at 10 am. Is that fine with you?

Sure. That would be fine for me. So I will come to your company next Monday at 10 am. Could you tell him that?

自然な表現

Sure. That would be fine for me. Therefore I will come to your company next Monday at 10 am. Could you tell him that?

1. Remember you can't start new sentences with a conjunction, so make use of this adverb.
Can I ask how long you will need for the meeting? His schedule is quite full the rest of the day. Should I book the meeting room for you?

Sorry. I should have said how long it would take for the meeting. The meeting will end in about one hour. Does it affect his schedule? If it doesn’t, could you book the meeting room from 10 am to 11 am?

自然な表現

Sorry. I should have told you about the duration of the meeting. The meeting will end in about one hour. Does it affect his schedule? If it doesn’t, could you book the meeting room from 10 am to 11 am?

1. Well done, alternatively, you can make use of this phrase to express your idea.
That works perfectly with his schedule. I will book the meeting room for you now. We will see you here next Monday.

Thank you very much. I’m looking forward to seeing you.

自然な表現

Thank you so much. I’m looking forward to seeing you.

1. Great work, you can also make use of this word to express the same idea
  • cellular phone(携帯電話)
  • primarily(主に)
  • expand (our market)((我々の市場を)拡大する)
  • company's input(会社の(労働力や材料等の)投入資本、投入量)
  • available(あいている)
  • except 4 to 5 pm(午後4時から5時まで以外なら)
  • extention(内線)
  • enthusiastic(熱心な)
  • Would you like to leave a message?(伝言を残されますか?)
  • I have an appointment with (Mr. Smith).((スミス氏)とお約束があります。)
  • Would you please tell me when you are available?(いつだったらあいているか(お時間があるか)教えて頂けますか)
  • focus on(集中する、焦点をあてる、注目する)
  • I look forward to (the meeting)((打ち合わせ)を楽しみにしています。)
  • I cannot be on time(間に合いません)
  • When is the best time for you?(最も良い時間はいつですか?)
  • Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.(ご質問があれば我々に連絡する事をためらわないで下さい。)
  • I will check to see if Mr. Lee is in the office.((リー氏)がオフィスにいるかどうかチェックしてみましょう。)

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