Telephoning Pelmanism game (Will/ can/ shall)

 

  Who’s calling please?   This is Alex Case from Shane English Schools
  Can I speak to Mr Barker please?   I’ll just check if he’s available
  Shall I ask him to call you back?   No, that’s okay. I’ll phone again later.
  I’m sorry. He’s not here at the moment. Can you call again later this afternoon?   Of course. Will 5 o’clock be okay?
  Will he be available this afternoon?   No, I’m sorry. He won’t be in the office until tomorrow.
  Can I have your name please?   Of course. It’s Alex Case.
  Can you spell that for me please?   Of course. It’s A,L,E,X,C,A,S,E
  Can you ring me back later?   Of course. When will be a good time?
  Hi, this is Alex. Sorry to phone you so late. Can you speak now?   I’m on a train. Can I call you back in 10 minutes when I get off?
  Shall I give you his mobile number?   Yes, please. Can you wait a minute? I’ll just get a pen and paper.
  I need to speak to someone about next month’s conference.   Mr Jones is the best person to speak to. I’ll just check if he’s available.
  Can you tell him I called?   Of course. I’ll pass that message onto him as soon as he gets back to the office.
  Can you hold the line please?   Okay.
  Can I have your number please?   Of course. The dialing code for the UK is 44, then it’s 323 498998
I’m afraid he’s on another line at the moment. Shall I put you through to someone else in his department. Actually, I really need to speak to him in person. Can you ask him to call me back?
If you leave your name and number after the tone I’ll call you back as soon as I can (beep) Hi. This is Alex Case from Shane. Please call me on my mobile as soon as you can.
  Are you phoning from the office?   No, I’m on my mobile
  Is that 080 742 3344?   No, you’ve dialled the wrong number. This is 080 742 3334.

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Without looking above, from memory and grammar knowledge, fill the gaps below with will, can or shall

  • ___________ speak to Mr Barker please?/ ____________ just check if he’s available
  • _____________ ask him to call you back?/ No, that’s okay. ___________ phone again later.
  • I’m sorry. He’s not here at the moment. ____________ call again later this afternoon?/ Of course. Will 5 o’clock be okay?
  • ___________ have your name please?/ Of course. It’s Alex Case.
  • ____________ spell that for me please?/ Of course. It’s A,L,E,X,C,A,S,E
  • ________________ ring me back later?/ Of course. When will be a good time?
  • __________ give you his mobile number?/ Yes, please.
  • ___________ wait a minute? ___________ just get a pen and paper.
  • I need to speak to someone about next month’s conference./ Mr Jones is the best person to speak to. _____________ just check if he’s available.
  • __________________ tell him I called?/ Of course. ____________ pass that message onto him as soon as he gets back to the office
  • .______________ hold the line please?/ Okay
  • ._________ have your number please?/ Of course. The dialling code for the UK is 44, then it’s 323 498998
  • I’m afraid he’s on another line at the moment. _________ I put you through to someone else in his department./ Actually, I really need to speak to him in person. __________ ask him to call me back?
  • If you leave your name and number after the tone I _________ call you back as soon as I can (beep)/ Hi. This is Alex Case from Shane. Please call me on my mobile as soon as you can.

Look back at the original sentences and check your answers.

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