W:Right, I've got the application from here then. We have different types. I see you've got our leaflet there.
P:I've decided on the one called 'Select'.
W:Oh, right. OK. And what's your date birth please?
P:The twenty-seventh of the first, 1973.
W:Is that all one word?
W:How long have you been at the present address? Er, is it more than two years?
P:Ah, just two weeks actually. I only arrived in the country a month ago. I'm from Holland.
P:Yes, I think the number in my office is 606295, Um, just a minute. I'd better check. Oh, no sorry, 616. I'm not used to it. Would you like my home number too?
P:Well, I'm on Britain as a project manager, but that's not my main job. I'm an engineer by profession.
P:Like, erm, my wife's first name?
W:Mother's might be better. It's less likely to be known.
P:OK, hers is Siti.
P:Well, I'm going to transfer 2000 Euros from my Dutch account, just till I get paid. In fact, I want to ask you about that. What's the best way to do it?
P:I haven't really thought. Um, What's the usually thing?
W:It's up to you. Some people like them weekly.
P:Oh, no, that's too often. Can I have them sent, um, once a month?
W:Yes, that's fine. Is there anything else?
P:I was thinking of registering for your internet service at some stage.
W:Oh, yes. Would you like me to send you information about that?