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At the Bank

Updated: Feb 13






At the Bank

Making a Withdrawal

Sam: Good morning. I’m Sam. How can I help you today? Customer: Hi Sam. I want to withdraw some money, please. Sam: From which account do you want to withdraw your money? Customer: From my chequing account.

Sam: And how much would you like to withdraw?

Customer: $450.


Sam: How would you like to get your money? Customer: Four one hundred dollar bills and a fifty dollar bill, please.

Sam: Here you go. Is there anything else that I can do for you today?

Customer: Thank you.


Depositing a Pay Cheque

Tara: Good morning. How may I help you today? Client: I would like to deposit some money, please. Tara: Is it cash or a cheque? Client: It’s my pay cheque. Tara: I’ll need your signature at the back of the cheque, please. Client: Of course. Here you go. Tara: Which account do you want your money in? Client: In my chequing account, please. Teller: Is there anything else that I can help with?

Client: That’s it for today. Thank you.






 



- Put the following sentences in the correct order:

Conversation 1: Making a withdrawal

1. The – Sam – teller – is - bank. __________________________________________________________________________

2. The - account - customer – money - wants - from - chequing - to withdraw - his. __________________________________________________________________________

3. The - wants – customer - to - $450 - withdraw. __________________________________________________________________________

4. customer - Sam - the - four - bills - bill - and - one - $50 - $100 - gives. __________________________________________________________________________

5. further - The - help - any - customer - request - didn’t.

__________________________________________________________________________


- Complete the sentences with the correct word (s) from the list:

Conversation 2: Depositing a pay cheque

chequing - sign - deposit – customer - withdraw

1. Tara, the bank teller is helping the client __________ his pay cheque.

2. Tara didn’t ask the __________ how much money there is on the cheque.

3. Tara asked the customer to __________ the back of the cheque.

4. The customer deposited his pay cheques in his __________ account.

5. The customer didn’t __________ any money from his chequing account today.






 





- Put the following conversations in the correct order:

Conversation 1: Opening a Bank Account


Customer: Thank you.

Customer: I want to deposit $100. I can put $50 in each account.

Customer: Sure. Why not?

Customer: I need a chequing account.

Customer: I would like to open a bank account, please.

Bank teller: This is Luka the bank teller. How can I help you Today?

Bank teller: What kind would you like to open?

Bank teller: Would you also like to open a savings account?

Bank teller: In order to open these accounts, you need to deposit a minimum of $50.

Bank teller: I'll set up your accounts for you right now.


Conversation 2. Making a Deposit

Teller: Is there anything else that I can help you with?

Teller: Which account do you want your money in?

Teller: How much are you depositing?

Teller: Is it cash or a cheque?

Teller: Good morning. What can I do for you today?

Client: I would like to deposit some money.

Client: I want to deposit cash.

Client: I would like to deposit $500.

Client: In my chequing account, please.

Client: That’s it for today. Thank you.




 






- True or false. Check the true sentences and correct the false ones.

Conversation 1: Opening a Bank Account

1. The customer wants to open a savings account. _____________________________

2. The customer opened two accounts. _______________________________________

3. The minimum deposit to open an account is $10. ____________________________

4. The customer wants to deposit $1000. _____________________________________

5. The customer will deposit $50 in each account. ______________________________



Conversation 2: Making a Deposit

1. The customer wants to deposit his pay cheque. _____________________________

2. The customer wants to deposit $500. ______________________________________

3. The customer wants to deposit his money in his savings account. ______________

4. The customer withdrew $500 from his account. ______________________________

5. The customer did two transactions in the bank. _____________________________





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