A:Thank you. doctor. I'll follow your advice to the letter. As for the medicine, two tablets each time,two times a day,right?
B:No, it's all wrong. Three times a day, one tablet each time.
A:Thanks for the correction. Goodbye!
A:I made a reservation two days ago. My name is David.
B:Reservation? What do you mean?
A:I booked a single room here for tonight.
B:Oh! You're all wrong actually. This is not a hotel. The hotel is the building across the road.
A:Do you mean this drug will clear up my trouble,Dr. Brown?
B:Mm,that isn't exactly right.
A:What do you mean by saying that?
B:I mean this medicine will relieve your pain.
A:Look! How expensive the shoes are!
B:I think you might be mistaken.
B:Because the price tag is for the shoes above.
A:He must have quarreled with his wife very often.
B:Why? How can you draw such a conclusion?
A:Because he's very easily agitated in our company.
B:He's a neighbor of mine. I'm under the mpression that he and his wife live a very happy life.
A:What shall I do? I think I've got enteritis so painful!
B:If I may say so, it's actually not the case lt's nothing but a slight infection.
A:Yes? Thank you for telling me this.
B:Don't worry. I'll have to give you a shot.
1.That isn't exactly right.
2.I think you might be mistaken.
3.If I may say so,it is actually not the case.
4.Well,to my knowledge...