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  • Tom here.

  • Anna here.

  • Denise and Paul.

  • Yes.

  • Yes, I'm here.

  • And there's no need to panic.

  • That was just a fire drill.

  • A practice.

  • Few top trading is safe for now.

  • It was just a fire drill.

  • Water.

  • Busy day.

  • This is turning out to be Hey, Anna.

  • Remember, next time it could be for Riel.

  • So you happy about what to say If you have to take charge?

  • Uh, not really.

  • Just keep calm and say things like, there's no need to panic.

  • Please leave the building and meet outside.

  • Use the stairs, not the left.

  • And when you're outside, you could say, Is anybody missing?

  • Okay, Thanks, But I hope I'll never need to use them.

  • Well done, everyone.

  • Hopefully you will know what to do in the unlikely event of a really fire.

  • Now to celebrate, I'm off to buy some really nice biscuits for all of us.

  • You know those special double Chuck ones with its back to work?

  • Everyone, honestly, I was in the middle of an important call.

  • Yeah, and you never got to see those firemen in action, did you?

  • Denise, look at the time.

  • I really need to get on with my work.

  • Yeah, and I've got to check up on the latest football.

  • I mean, share prices.

  • Hold on.

  • Can anyone smell smoke?

  • I don't believe it.

  • Fire alarms going off again.

  • I'll call you back.

  • Marge, Where's Paul When you need him and you're going to have to take charge Me.

  • What about Tom?

  • It looks like Tom has gone already.

  • Remember, Anna, use those phrases to keep everyone calm and informed about what to do.

  • Okay, Uh, there's no need to panic.

  • Please leave the building and meet outside.

  • Hold on.

  • I just need to crap on elephant dung.

  • Note pad and red pen coming into the lift.

  • No, Dinis.

  • We must use the stairs, Not the left.

  • Oh, with Miley's jump up.

  • Denise, I'll carry you.

  • Could I have your attention, please?

  • Louder.

  • Anna, this is urgent.

  • Good.

  • I have your attention, please.

  • I need your full attention.

  • Please stay calm.

  • I'm sure there's not a fire.

  • Just a bit of smoke.

  • Is there Anybody missing?

  • Well, there's no smoke without fire.

  • Ate up a chunk.

  • Has anyone seen Tom?

  • That's Tom coming out of the building.

  • And he's carrying someone on his shoulder.

  • It's Mr Ingle from the warehouse.

  • It's okay.

  • We will put the fire out.

  • It was in the way.

  • A new house, Mr Angle.

  • That being smoking.

  • Mr.

  • Ingle?

  • Yeah.

  • Sorry.

  • Sorry indeed, Mr Ingles, In serious trouble now.

  • Well done, Anna.

  • For dealing with that emergency and getting everyone out of the building.

  • Here are some of the phrases she used.

  • There's no need to panic.

  • Please leave the building and meet outside.

  • Use the stairs, not the lift.

  • And when you're outside, you could say, Is anybody missing?

  • Seems like Tom is a bit of a hero because it uses Hold on.

  • Is this say, honey, Looks like I've come at a good time.

  • Have you seen a guy called Paul around here?

  • He's not here.

  • He's going to buy some, uh, biscuits.

  • Can I help?

  • Yeah, Sugar.

  • I'm Mr Socrates, Paul's boss.

  • And I've come to sort this business out.

  • Mr.

  • Socrates?

  • Oh, no.

  • The head of the company's in town.

  • This means trouble.

  • See you next time.

Tom here.

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Language for emergencies – 24 – English at Work gets you out of danger

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/01
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