PETER: Cheers again.
PETER: Here's to a successful launch.
JENS: And thank you for making me so welcome here.
PETER: It's been a pleasure having you with us. I expect you're looking forward to getting home, though.
JENS: It'll be nice to see the family.
PETER: How old are your kids again?
JENS: Seven and ten. Your oldest, he's a doctor, isn't he?
Peter: Yes, he's doing very well. It's my daughter that I'm worried about — she hasn't the faintest idea what she wants to do.
Jens: I wouldn't worry about that. When I was her age I didn't know what I wanted to do.
PETER: Really? Well, perhaps you're right. Another drink? Try a beer this time?
Jens: I'd like another tonic, if you don't mind.
Peter: Of course not. (to barman) Could we have a half of lager and another tonic? Thank you. (to Jens) So, what time are you leaving tomorrow?
Jens: I have to leave by four o'clock, if that's OK with you.
PETER: Fine. We should easily be finished by then. And what about this evening? Anything planned?
Jens: I have to work, I'm afraid. As a matter of fact, I have a couple of questions, if you don't mind.
Peter: Fire away. What's troubling you?
Jens: You know those figures we've been looking at for the initial production run? I reckon we've overestimated…