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Conversation at Airport; Day: 70

Conversation at airport

Situation: 1

Suppose, you would like to go abroad for higher education. You meet the immigration officer of an overseas Embassy in Dhaka and talk to him about your intention.

Myself  : Good morning, sir.

Officer  : Good morning, Are you Mr. Tareq?

Myself  : Yes

Officer  : Okay. Have you applied for education/ Spouse visa?

Myself  : Yes, sir.

Officer  : Have you brought your original certificates?

Myself  : Yes, here’s all.

Officer  : Oh! Yes. Have you completed A1 Exam/ Tofel/ IELTS?

Myself  : Yes. You’ ll get the certificate here.

Officer  : Okay. Then you’ve completed your graduation here. What next you want to study?

Myself  : I wish to do my post graduation from the UK.

Officer  : Can’t you do it in your own country?

Myself  : I can. But I wish to do it from Oxford University. I have communicated with them and they’ve accepted my application. You can see the papers.

Officer  : That’s fine. Okay. So you need to stay there for two of three years.

Myself  : Yes, sir.

Officer  : How will you bear the expenses for that?

Myself  : Yes, you see my father is a businessman. Here’s his financial statement. He’ll bear all my expenses.

Officer  : That’s really good. Papers are very much in you favour. I see young man, then  I think you are going to get your visa.

Myself  : Thank you. It will be so kind of you, sir.

Officer  :It’s all right. I believe you will do well over there. So please come in the afternoon a lot. Good-bye, Sir.

Myself  : Thanks a lot. Good-by, sir.

Officer   : Same to you.

Situation: 2

Whenever it comes to the conversation at the airport, the dialogue between the immigration officer and the passenger comes to mind, dialogues at airports are usually discussed between the passengers or more specifically between the immigration officer and the passenger.

Customer Officer: Dear sir, From where you are coming?

Passenger: Sir, I have arrived by flight from Dhaka, Bangladesh

Customer Officer: Tell us about yourself?

Passenger: My name is Sikandar and I am a resident of Dhaka, Bangladesh, “I am 25 years old. I have completed my post graduation from Dhaka University. I worked in a multinational company in mid level as a manager. I am married. My spouse is also here with me. I am a person who takes great pride in my work and I prefer to work where it is important to provide excellent service. I get the most satisfaction from working as part of a wider team where brand reputation is very important.

Customs Officer: Who is traveling with you?

Passenger: Sir, I have my wife with me who has company visa, we will work here together

Customs Officer: May I see both of your passports and travel documents?

Passenger: Yes, here is the passport and other travel documents.

Customs Officer: What is the purpose of your visit?

Sir I have come here for job, I have 3 years company visa from the software house of T4Tutorials, company agreement is also there with the visa.

Customs Officer: How long will you stay here?

Passenger: Sir! I will stay as long as I have an agreement with the company, if the company does not extend the visa, I will leave here according to the immigration law.

Customs Officer: Why did you leave your previous company?

Passenger: I had an employment agreement with a foreign company but the policies of the company forced me to leave the job. Further, I myself left the company and I was not fired.

Customs Officer: What are your department and your job duty?

Passenger: Sir! I am an IT expert.

Customs Officer: What’s in your luggage?

Passenger: I have clothes and some essentials in my bag.

Customs Officer: Do you know about our country’s foreign laws?

Passenger: Yes, I have been informed by my company about the UK laws, I will try to adjust myself according to the employment policy here, and hope the law will not be violated.

Customs Officer: How much money do you have?

Passenger: I have $7000 which I have kept with me for the journey, apart from that I have no currency.

Customs Officer: Ok thank you. Best of luck.

Situation : 3

Write a dialogue between an officer and a passenger in an airport.

Officer : Good afternoon, sir.

Passenger : Good afternoon.

Officer : Sir please tell me your name and give me your passport.

Passenger : My name is Md. Rahim and here is my passport.

Officer : Where are you come from, sir?

Passenger : I come from Bangladesh.

Officer : Welcome to Italy sir.

Passenger : Thank you.

Officer : Here is your passport, sir. You may go now sir.

Passenger : Thank you very much. Bye bye.