(M = May, B = Boss)
M: Hello, it's May, in Manchester.
M: Yes, thanks, it's very busy. I think it's going very well, actually.
M: Yes, thanks. We went to the Lake District yesterday and we go shopping just about every afternoon. But it's a bit expensive here.
B: Oh is it? Have you had more discussions with the British agent?
B: Hello May? Are you still there?
M: Yes, I'm here.
B: The agents, do they seem reliable to you?
M: Reliable? Yes, I think so. They've got a lot of experience.
B: Fine. I think we should prepare a contract for them. If I fax you a draft copy, can you look at it and show it to them?
M: Yes, of course. They've also asked us for a large quantity of brochures, to help them in their marketing.
B: OK, I'll arrange that. When is your next meeting with them?
M: We're meeting with their finance director today and then with the other directors tomorrow, just to sort out some final details.
B: Fine. Let me know what happens. Thanks for all your hard work May. Say hello to Tony.