Customer: Hello, I would like to open an account, but I do not know what account it should be.
Clerk: Do you often deposit money and draw money?
Customer: No, I do not. I just want to deposit my salary and use this account to pay the things I buy at department stores once a month.
Clerk: So, it will be a good idea for you to open a checking account. Do you think so?
Customer: All right, if that account will make.
Customer: Good morning, sir. I am from Japan. My English is poor. Can you help me?
Clerk: It is my pleasure, but I think it would be better for you to tell me what you want to do.
Customer: Oh, I want to change some money, but I do not know how to fill out the exchange memo.
Clerk: Would you care to give me your passport and write your name on the paper?
Customer: There you are. My name is Tanaka.
Clerk: Good. I will fill out the exchange memo for you now. Why do not you take a seat over there for a moment?
Customer: I would like to. Thanks.
Clerk: Hello, Mr. Tanaka. I was wondering if you would ever thought of conversing the unused Renminbi back into Japan yen later.
Customer: Yes, if I will have Renminbi left.
Clerk: So, if I may make a suggestion, please keep your exchange memo safe.
Customer: Thank you indeed. I will do that.
Clerk: Not at all.