我准是拨错号了。l must have dialed the wrong number。
这儿没有这个人。Nobody here by that name。
对不起，你打错了。Sorry, I think you have the wrong number。
我肯定你打错电话了。I’m sure that you have the wrong number。
He probably changed to a new number. I’m sorry I bothered you。
You have dialed the wrong number. Please look up the correct number in the telephone directory。
对不起，打扰了。I’m sorry that I have disturbed you。
没关系。That’s all right。
Dialing a Wrong Number
Jane：Is Patti there?
Frank：I’m sorry, I’m afraid you’ve dialed the wrong number. There is no Patti here。
Jane：Wrong number? Are you sure? I called yesterday and she was there。
Frank：I’m sure you have the wrong number. This one has been my number for more than 20 years。
Jane：That’s impossible. I remember the number clearly. Isn’t this 763-4565?
Frank：No, it isn’t. It’s 736-4565. It seems you’ve misdialed。
Jane：Really? I’m so sorry I bothered you. I’ll try again。
Frank：That’s all right. This sort of thing happens all the time to everyone。
Jane：Yeah, I guess it does. Sorry again for bothering you。
简在家吗?Is Jane at home?
我想和托马斯先生通话。I’d like to speak to Mr. Thomas。
接线员，我的电话断了。Operator, I was cut off。
我需要打一个急救电话。I need to make an emergency call。
我会再打的。I’ll call back。
他什么时候回来?When will he come back?
请给我接分机605好吗?Can you put me through to extension 605?
If he’s not in, please ask his secretary to talk to me。
Making a Telephone Call
Clerk：Good morning. Wilson Association。
Brown：This is Mr. Brown speaking. I’d like to speak to Mr. Thomas。
Clerk：I’m sorry, but Mr. Thomas left here just a few minutes ago。
Brown：I’ve been trying to call him for the last ten minutes, but your line was busy. Will he be back soon?
Clerk：I’m afraid not. He is away for the rest of the day。
Brown：Is there other way I can reach him?
Clerk：I’m afraid not. He has gone out of this town on business. May I take a message?
Brown：I have a business appointment with him at 10 o’clock tomorrow morning, but I’m afraid I can’t make it。
Clerk：Would you like to make another appointment?
Brown：Unfortunately, I’m leaving here unexpectedly, and I may be away for several days。
Clerk：I see. I’ll tell Mr. Thomas that you’ve called。
我能替您捎个口信吗?May I take a message?
我会把口信转达给他的。I’ll give him the message。
我会告诉他你来过电话。I’ll tell him that you called。
我会尽力和他取得联系的。I’ll do my utmost to make contact with him。
你可以给他留个口信，他一有空就给你打回去。You can leave him a message, and he’ll get back to you the moment he’s free。
请让他给我回个电话。Please have him return my call。
我能留个口信吗? Can I leave a message?
都是些不重要的事，不用留言了。It’s all about something unimportant, so there’s no need to leave a message。
Leaving a Message
Frank：This is Frank speaking. May I ask who is calling?
Jane：This is Jane. I would like to speak with Mr. Wang, please。
Frank：I’m sorry, he’s not here at the moment. He’s gone to the International Business Center。
Jane：When do you expect him back?
Frank：I’m not sure. He didn’t say when he’d return. If you’d like, you can leave him a message, and he’ll get back to you the moment he’s free。
Jane：Yes, thank you. When he gets back, please let him know that Jane called and I need him to call me back。
Frank：Does he have your number?
Jane：Yes, he does. But I’ll give it to you again, 5-2-6-4-4-5-3-6.