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Mr Harris has carried out work on Mrs French’s house before.
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(Woman aged about 40): Hello, is that Mr Harris?
(Man aged about 40): Yes.
Woman: It’s Mrs French here. From Oak Avenue. You did a lot of work for my next door neighbour last year, Mrs Green. I was wondering if you were free to do some work for me sometime.
Man: Let me look at my diary. This week I’m painting a house and next week I’m converting an attic into an extra bedroom. But I’m free in two weeks’ time. What do you need doing?
Woman: Oh, lots of things! The most important are the windows. They’re very old. I’d like some new, plastic windows.
Man: I’m sorry. I don’t do windows. I can recommend someone, though. A very good worker and very reasonable. I can give you his phone number, if you like.
Woman: Oh, thank you. I’ll just get my pen.
Man: The number is 0133 76453 and his name is Paul. He’s often booked up a long time in advance. The sooner you phone him the better.
Woman: I’ll phone him today. The other main job I want done is to redecorate the upstairs bathroom. I had some other workmen in to redecorate the downstairs bath¬room. They did it nicely but they took ages and made a mess in the house.
Woman: And I’m thinking about making some changes to my garage but I’m not sure exactly what. I’d really like you to have a look at it and give me some ideas about what could be done.
Man: No problem.
Woman: And then there are some small jobs that my husband should have done but hasn’t got around to. Things like putting up shelves and changing the lights in the children’s bedrooms. I’ll probably think of lots more things before you get here!
Man: Right, well I can come round one evening after work and have a look. Then I’ll be able to tell you exactly how long it will take. How about Wednesday at about 6pm?
Woman: Thursday would be better. My son has tennis lessons on Wednesday and I have to collect him at about 6.30 so we wouldn’t have much time.
Man: Well, maybe Thursday, then.
Woman: Thursday’s fine. My husband won’t be at home but he doesn’t take much interest in the house anyway so that’s no problem.
Man: See you on Thursday. Goodbye.
Woman: Thank you. Goodbye.
You did a lot of work for my next door neighbour last year, Mrs Green.