MARIA: Thank you.
PETER: How was the flight?
MARIA: Fine, only a little bit late.
PETER: Milk and sugar?
MARIA: Black, please.
PETER: Paula and I were discussing the Telcom package. Isn't the Spanish office planning their launch soon?
MARIA: That's right. I was helping to put together the promotional literature.
PETER: Ah. That could be very useful!
leave sb. to sth. 让某人处理某事
A: John went to Paris. He left his secretary to complete the proposal.
B: Oh, really?.
give sb. a ring 打电话
A: Let's go see a movie tonight.
B: OK. Give me a ring when you leave home.
Language focus: Welcoming visitors 欢迎来访者
Welcome to ...
e.g. Welcome to London.
It's a (great) pleasure to welcome you to ...
e.g. It's a great pleasure to welcome you to our company.
On behalf of ...I'd like to welcome you to ...
e.g. On behalf of the staff of Levien, I'd like to welcome you to our company.
Introducing yourself 介绍自己
My name's ... I'm... (job/position)
e.g. My name's Betty. I'm Marketing Manager of Levien.
Let me introduce myself. I'm ...
e.g. Let me introduce myself. I'm Shelly White. I'm Product Manager of Levien.
How do you do. My name's...