Handling questions 3. DIALOGAI: frazių pritaikymas anglų kalbos kursas internetu

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A: Do you think we should look for another supplier?
B: I'm glad you asked that question.Your question makes me happy.What a good question. No, I don't think so. We have used their services for five years and there have been no problems so far.
A: Can you explain what the reason for this delay is?
B: Well, I can't go into details here.Well, I Don't have time for this.Well, there are too many details.
A: Will we be able to finish the order in time? What about the cost, will we get a discount because of this delay? Should we look for another supplier?
A: Let me deal with your question about the cost first. The current supplier is going to give us a 30% discount because of the delay.
B: But will we be able to finish the order on time?
A: I'm afraid I simply can't answer that at the moment. I don't know now. I'm afraid no idea.
B: And...
A: I'd like to come back to your question about another supplier. I don't think that would help us solve the issue.
B: I see.
A: Does that answer your question? Is that clear? Don't you understand?
B: I'm sorry, I'm not quite with you.
A: How reliable are the results of this survey?
B: Can I check that I have understood your question? Do you want to know if we can be sure that the survey represents the opinion of the majority?You wanted to ask this. Do you want to know if we can be sure that the survey represents the opinion of the majority?Your question is difficult to understand. Do you want to know if we can be sure that the survey represents the opinion of the majority?
A: Exactly.
B: Anna, would you like to answer this question?Anna, answer.Anna, do you know the answer?
A: I'm going to take any questions you'd like to ask. Ask questions now.Do you have questions I can answer?
B: Can you explain the fall in sales?
A: If you don't mind, I'd like to answer that at the end.