Jane:'You must be Simon?'
Simon:'Yes, that's right.'
Jane:'My name's Jane. Pleased to meet you.'
Simon:'Please to meet you too. '
Jane:'Did you find us ok?'
Simon:'No problem. I came by car. It was a bit of a problem parking the car on the street.'
Jane:'You should have parked your car in the office's car park. The entrance is at the back of the building.'
Simon:'I'll know next time.'
Jane:'Well, before the meeting starts I'll take you on a quick tour of the office.'
Jane:'Well, this obviously is the reception which is at the entrance to the office.'
Simon:'How many floors are there in the office?'
Jane:'There are 6 floors in total. The meeting is going to take place on the fourth floor.
Are you hungry?'
Simon:'No, I'm not.'
Jane:'If you want to have lunch or get something to eat like a sandwich, you can use the staff canteen. It's in front of us through those doors.'
Simon:'Where is it?'
Jane:'You see the corridor, the long narrow passage in front of us?'
Jane:'Well, walk down the corridor and at the end you'll find the canteen.'
Jane:'If you want a coffee, tea, can of coke or a bar of chocolate, you can buy them on every floor from a vending machine.
So, let me show where our department is in the building, it's on the third floor.'
Simon:'So there is more than one department of the company in this building?'
Jane:'There are about 8 different departments here; marketing, human resources, advertising, finance, customer services and some others I can't remember.
How do you want to go up to the third floor? Do you want to walk and take the stairs? Or would you prefer to take the lift or as you Americans call it the elevator and not walk up?'
Simon:'The lift will be fine.'