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  • Were checking out. Can you send someone to pick our luggage?

  • Yes, Ma'am! How many pieces of luggage do you have?

  • Only two, but theyre large and heavy suitcases. Oh...and yesThere are some shopping bags too.

  • I’ll send the bellboy over.

  • Okay. Thank you.

  • Youre welcome.

  • Good morning. Room 256. Check-out, please.

  • Are you Miss Tracy?

  • Yes, that’s right.

  • Have you consumed anything from the mini-bar?

  • Yeah… A couple of beers and a bottle of water.

  • Alright, so adding that to your total, it comes to $579.

  • Okay. I also wanna order some coffee from the room-service.

  • No problems, I’ll get that sent to your room.

  • Great! Please include that in the bill.

  • Sure! Your new total is $585.

  • Great, please send me the bill.

  • ABC Hotel. How can I help you?

  • Hi there…I was just going through my bill and I found a charge for laundry.

  • Okay?

  • Well, I didn’t get any laundry service during my stay. I don’t understand why I’ve been charged for that.

  • Is that so? I’m awfully sorry, Sir. Let me get this checked… I’ll send you a revised bill.

  • Please do soIt’s very irritating being charged for something you didn’t buy.

  • I truly apologize, Sir. This was a mistake. I’ll get it removed right away.

  • Alright, thanks for the help.

  • Good morning. What can I do for you today?

  • Good morning, buddy! I’m checking out later today, and I want a taxi to the airport.

  • Alright. What time do you need it for, Sir?

  • Say about 10.30. My flight is at 12.30.

  • OkayWhat kind of taxi do you want?

  • Nothing special, mate. Just the regular stuff.

  • No problems. I’ll have a taxi waiting for you at 10.30.

  • Great! Thank you.

  • Your taxi is waiting and the luggage is already in the car.

  • Great job! Thank you for the excellent service during our stay.

  • Thank you. It was a pleasure serving you.

  • Well, here’s a little tip for you.

  • Thank you, Sir.

  • Alright, goodbye then.

  • Goodbye. Wish you a enjoyable trip.

  • Thanks, buddy!

  • The bellboy is the baggage boy who carries your luggage to the room from the hotel lobby.

  • Check out is the process of paying your bills and leaving the hotel after your stay.

  • Room service is ordering something brought to your room. Things like coffee, food, drinks, etc.

  • Charge in this context refers to the amount of money you have to pay for something you ordered during your stay.

  • When you pay somebody a little extra apart from the billed amount, it’s called a tip.

  • You give people a tip when you are happy with their service.

Were checking out. Can you send someone to pick our luggage?

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