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    Describe an experience when you received a call from someone you don’t know in the public place

    You should say:

    When you received this call

    Where you received this call

    What you were doing at that time

    What the call was about

    And explain how you felt about the call

    几周前的一个周日,我和朋友在咖啡馆的时候,我接到了一个陌生人的电话。

    那是一个出租车司机的电话,当天早些时间我在出租车上掉了钱包。

    虽然我一般不喜欢接陌生来电或是在公共场合打电话,那一天 我很幸运接到那个电话,可以找回钱包,因为钱包里有很多证件。

    I usually prefer to talk to people in quiet and convenient places.

    And I have also had some annoying experiences of hearing people around me chatting for a long time, but I recently had a time in which I had to make a call in a public place and I was thrilled to receive the call.

    A few weeks ago,on a Sunday, I took a taxi to pick up my friend.

    I took my wallet out to check for something and probably just conveniently left it on the seat.

    When I got out of the taxi, I was in such a hurry (很匆忙) that I didn’t check everything.

    I didn’t even realize I had forgotten the wallet until I was in thecafé with my friend later that day.

    I had the taxi receipt with me so I immediately called thecompany to see if they could reach out (联系) to the taxi driver.

    Usually, I don’t pick up phone calls with unknown number, you know how most of those calls are cold calling companies.

    That day, Iwas anxiously looking at my phone all the time in case I missed any.

    After around 20 minutes, I gotthis phone call with unknown number. I picked it up immediately.

    That was the call from the taxidriver telling me he has my wallet. I nearly cried out, cause I have all my important IDs and cardsinside it.

    I moved to a corner table so that I wouldn’t disturb people sitting near us. He checkedsome information with me and told me he would meet me downtown later.

    I was lucky to get this phone call that day and finally get my wallet back as it saved me a ton of hassle (很多麻烦).

    Still, I think it is important to follow simple rules of cell phone etiquette (电话礼仪) in public.