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Business result: sounds of English and phrases for organising meetings

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/aɪm ˈkɔːlɪŋ əˌbaʊt ðə ˈiːmeɪl/
I'm calling about the email.
/wen wʊd ju: laɪk tə miːt/
When would you like to meet?
/ɪ zɪt bɛst baɪ ˈtæksi ɔː ˈpʌblɪk ˈtrænspɔːt/
Is it best by taxi or public transport?
/θæŋks fə rɪsˈpɒndɪŋ səʊ ˈkwɪkli/
Thanks for responding so quickly.
/aɪ wəz ˈgɪvən jə ˈdiːteɪlz baɪ/
I was given your details by...
/faɪn wɒtˈɛvəz bɛst fə juː/
Fine, whatever's best for you.
/let mi: nəʊ weə jə ˈsteɪjɪŋ/
Let me know where you're staying.
/aɪ səˈʤɛst wi: miːt/
I suggest we meet.
/wɪl aɪ həv taɪm tə kæ ʧə treɪn/
Will I have time to catch a train?
/hɪəz maɪ kɑːd/
Here's my card