Judy: Hi, Gloria. I’m glad you called. I was about to call you.

Gloria: Really? Why?

Judy: I found out there’s a job opening for an accountant in the com­pany where I work. I thought you might be interested in it.

Gloria: I am. I’ll call tomorrow morning and make an appointment for an interview.

Judy: You should get in touch with Mr. Prescott. He’s in charge of the accounting department.

Gloria: Thanks for telling me about the job.

Judy: I’m happy to help. After all, what are friends for?



  1. be about to: to be going to
  2. find out: to discover
  3. get in touch with: To initiate or establish contact or communication with one
  4. be in charge of: responsible for something or someone
  5. after all: despiteearlierproblems

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