字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hello again. Well, this is very exciting, Paul. The boss is sending Anna and Tom on a business trip to France. He wants them to clinch the deal with a company interested in buying their imperial lemons. But has Tom got more than business on his mind? Really? Well, me, you, Nana? To France. Yes, but make sure you get that contract signed. We need the business. Yeah, yeah, of course. Always staying overnight. There's no money for that. Just get there and come straight back opened. Could you bring back those nice French biscuits they have in the duty free shop? Sure. So, uh, we're off on holiday together, are we? No, but I've got to book the flights online. Can you help me, please? Oh, it's not my thing. I'm sure Denise will help only two given a pack for this trip. All right. Yes, Marge. In the cupboards. Envelopes, apparently. Tollman. Donna, She's gotta go marred by. Hello, Anna. Everything okay? Sort off. I've got to go to France with Tom. Yes, I know. I thought you'd be pleased to go with Tom after your time in the station. Recovered with him. I was just finding an envelope. Denise. Anyway, I'm worried about booking the flights online. I usually booked flights and travel agents. It's company policy. Now we have to do everything online, even my food shopping. But don't tell Paul. Oh, right. So where shall I begin? Pull up a chair, Anna, and we're long gone, right? Let's start with the British Airlines website, their London to Marseille. What is the outbound ICT going out tomorrow? Back tomorrow? Business class or economy class? I think we'll say economy. That's cheaper, I guess. What's this mean? Flexible or fixed? A flexible ticket means you can change your flight, but a fixed one means you can't. And that's cheaper. So we'll choose that one. Our book. You on the 8 a.m. Flight from Heathrow and flying home at six PM I just need to type in your full names now and select chul seats. Window or aisle? I'll What? No. Anna. A seat by the ill or by the window? Oh, an aisle seat place. Denise. Good. What's your frequent flyer number? Oh, I don't have one of those. What's that? Frequent flying. I'm but here. I've got a gold status card. Can you, uh, stick my number in cold status. Where did you get that? Oh, are flown loads of times for business. I've done deals all around the world. He means he's been on lots of jollies free trips. Paid for one of the company. And all he's come home with is a sun tan. Really? Right. I just need to pay now. Using the company account. Of course. Cool. Now, what do you think of my sunglasses? Not really. Tom. Denise has spoke to you. A window seat, OK? Ah, no, Sorry. I can't sit by the window. I'm, uh yes, Tom. Well, I mean, it's only polite that the lady six bythe what top like, hopefully he'll prove a useful business partner for Anna on the trip to France. Here's a reminder of some of the questions you may be asked when booking a flight. What's the outbound and return date? Do you want to fly business or economy? Do you want a fixed or flexible ticket? Would you like a window or aisle seat? Have you got a frequent flyer number? There you go. You to your e tickets. Now, don't forget your passports. Thanks to nice. Hey, Anna. I'm saying please that were on this trip together. It'll be nice to spend some time with you. Yes, and to do some business on really show Paul were Hiss best employees? Yeah, of course. Um, I just wondered. Yes. Is there any chance I could sit in the label? See, I've got a feeling Anna's in for a bumpy ride. Find out how their trip goes. Next time on English at work, CF.