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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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Hello.

Hello, this is Tomoni. I am an artist. Could I talk to your gallery's manager Richard?

自然な表現

Hello, this is Tomoni. I am an artist. Could I talk to your gallery's manager Richard, please?

1. You can add ''please'' to make it even more polite
Thank you very much for calling us. Unfortunately, the gallery manager is not available at the moment. Would you like to leave a message?

I see. We met the reception party last month but we talked just few minutes. Probably, he doesn't remember me. I would like to call you back other day. When is he in the gallery usually?

自然な表現

I see. We met at the reception party last month, but we talked just few minutes. He probably doesn't remember me. I would like to call you back another day. When is he in the gallery usually?

1. You need a preposition of place; ''at'' is used with ''party''
2. Add a comma before coordinating conjunctions
3. This adverb is usually placed after the subject
4. ''other'' is used with plural nouns and singular uncountable nouns
He is usually here at this time but he had an unexpected meeting today. He will probably be back in half an hour, so you can call then.

I got it. By the way, may I ask what is your gallery's motto? My art works would be fit to your gallery but I don't know what is your gallery's comprehensive future vision.

自然な表現

I got it. By the way, may I ask what is your gallery's motto? My artworks would be fit for your gallery, but I don't know what is your gallery's comprehensive future vision.

1. It's written as one word
2. ''fit to'' is used with verbs
3. Add a comma before coordinating conjunctions
We pride ourselves on being one of the greatest galleries in the country. We believe in creativity and innovation, and we are always open to every artist.

I really respect your gallery's policy. I should have to introduce me to your gallery by a reference but I live in here for a month now. So, I don't build any relationship yet. Is that possible to appoint a meeting your boss directly?

自然な表現

I really respect your gallery's policy. I should have sent you a reference letter , but I have been living   here for a month now, so I didn't build any relationship yet. Is it possible to appoint a meeting with your boss directly? 

1-5. You can put it this way
6. Add a comma before coordinating conjunctions
7-9. Use the present perfect tense (progressive or nonprogressive) to describe an action that started in the past but has continued up until the present
10. ''in'' isn't used with adverbs
11. ''so'' is usually used at the start of a sentence to used to get someone's attention
12. ''yet'' is used with the past tense
13. ''Is that possible?'' can only function as a single question
14. ''meeting with someone'' and ''meet someone''
That's what our manager is here for. I can schedule a meeting for you two if you'd like to. You can then tell him more about your work. He is free on Friday at 10 a.m. How does that sound?

Thank you. Okay, could you arrange the meeting that day? I will bring my paintings for your reference.

自然な表現

Thank you. Okay, could you set up the meeting that day? I will bring my paintings for your reference.

1-2. This is another verb you can use here
  • 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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