Phone Conversation


Do you usually talk on the phone?
Yes, I do. It’s a good way to keep in touch.

What was your favorite phone conversation?
It was when I talked to my interviewer. He did give me the good news that I got the job.

When did you have the conversation?
I don’t remember exactly, but It’s been 2 years so far, I guess.

Who did you talk to?
I talked to the owner of the restaurant where I’m working as a cashier.

What did you talk about?
He offered me the position and congratulated me.

Why did you find the conversation interesting?
Actually, it was more exciting than interesting. I was waiting for it for so long, and finally, he did make it come true.

Do you prefer talking directly or talking on the phone?
Personally, talking directly is much better to me since it’s more lively and authentic.

Who do you usually talk to on the phone?
I talk to my mom almost every day. I will be missing the conversation every evening with mom if one day she stops calling me.

What are the differences between talking directly and phoning?
Well, talking directly seems more exciting since you can see facial expression, eye contact while talking on the phone, you can only listen to the voice.

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