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In this lesson, we will learn phrases you may use to ask for someone’s contact details.
Kate: It was nice meeting you, Johnson.
Johnson: Same here, Kate. I had a nice time talking to you.
Kate: Can I get your number? This way we can keep in touch.
Johnson: I’m sorry. My phone’s not working. I can give you my e-mail.
Kate: Sure. That would be fine.
Johnson: It’s firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kate: Thanks, Johnson. I’ll mail you soon.
Kate: I really had a great time.
Mike: Same here, Kate.
Kate: Are you on Facebook or Skype?
Mike: Yeah, I am.
Kate: Should I add you?
Mike: Sure, Kate. You can add me on both. That was a good idea.
Kate: What’s your username?
Mike: It’s johnson09.
Kate: Okay, I’ll do it as soon as I get home.
Kate: This has been a quite successful event, don’t you think?
Mike: Absolutely. I could see people having a good time.
Kate: Thank you, Mr. Cullen.
Mike: I mean it. This one was very well planned. Congratulations.
Kate: I can’t take all the credit. I had help. The party planner I hired is really good.
Mike: Would you mind giving me her number?
Kate: No, not at all. I’ll mail it to you first thing in the morning.
Mike: Thank you.
Kate: You’re welcome.
Johnson: Good morning. May I speak to Ms. Jeena Cullen, please?
Mike: She’s not here right now. Can I take a message?
Johnson: The thing is I have a delivery for her and I just need to confirm her address.
Mike: This is her husband speaking. Where are you calling from?
Johnson: I’m calling from virtualmall.com, Sir.
Mike: Oh, okay. We’ve been expecting that. It’s 538 Riverview Road, Sacramento - CA.
Johnson: All right. Your purchase will be shipped this afternoon. Thank you for buying with us.
Mike: Thank you for calling.