? David is out for lunch.
be/go out for...
Susan is out for shopping.
Let's go out for a drink.
A:Hello. Can I talk to David??
B:One second, please. ( a few seconds later, the receiver comes back and says) Hello?
B:I’m sorry. David is out for lunch right now.
A:Okay. I’m his wife. Could you tell him to call me back when he returns??
A:Thanks. Please tell him to call my cell-phone number.?
B:Ok, I will.
A:Thank you very much.?
hang on a second.
Please hold on and I'll put you through to his office.
Can you call me back?I think we have a bad connection.
Who's calling please?
I'm sorry for calling you this late.
I hope I'm not disturbing you.
I hope I didn't wake you up.
It's urgent.I'd like to talk to Mr.Black.
I guess I'd better get going.Bye for now.
当然这无非是个人习惯问题，的确无关紧要，但英国人却在这个问题上大做文章。他们认为，一个人如果不按自己的习惯，换一边下床，即：get out of bed from the wrong side.便会导致心情不好（in bad mood），容易发脾气（easy to lose one's temper）:
Don't talk with him.He must have got out of bed from the wrong side and is in a very irritable mood.
Go for someone who makes you smile because it takes only a smile to make a dark day seem bright.?
【和Emily一起练口语】It's quite a ways!
【和Emily一起练口语】Make sure you don't lose your temper.
【和Emily一起练口语】I get to meet lots of interesting people.
【和Emily一起练口语】I was promoted to the position of sales ?manager.
【和Emily一起练口语】Much as I'd like to.