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When must Simon wear his glasses?
What type of glasses are the least expensive?
What is good about the glasses Simon chooses?
How does Simon decide to pay?
You will hear a conversation between an optometrist and a patient who has come for an eye test.
Optometrist: Good morning, can I help you?
Simon Lee: Yes. I’m here for an appointment at ten o’clock with the optometrist . I’m a little early. I know it’s only ten to ten.
Optometrist: Are you Simon Lee?
Simon Lee: Yes, I am.
Optometrist: I’m Rachel White, the optometrist here today. Come in and take a seat.
Simon Lee: Thanks.
Optometrist: Before we test your eyes, I just need to get a few details from you. So, Simon, what’s your full name?
Simon Lee: Simon Anthony — that’s A-N-T-H-O-N• Y. And my family name is Lee: L double E.
Optometrist: And your date of birth, Simon?
Simon Lee: The 1st of June, 1989.
Optometrist: The 21st of June.
Simon Lee: No. The first of June.
Optometrist: Whoops… sony! 1989 – ah, same year my son was bom! What’s your current address?
Simon Lee: I’m living at a hall of residence .
Optometrist: Which one?
Simon Lee: At University Hall, not far from here, in Adams terrace .
Optometrist: University Hall… And do you have any medical insurance ?
Simon Lee: Yes, I’m fully covered
Optometrist: And who are you insured with?
Simon Lee: I’m with ’Health for life’.
Optometrist: Healthy Life.
Simon Lee: No. People always get that wrong. It’s Health for Life. They’re part of some big insurance company .
Optometrist: Good! Now, Simon. Have you ever had your eyes tested before?
Simon Lee: Yes, once. But not recently. It was when I was still at school.
Optometrist: So roughly when would that have been?
Simon Lee: Probably around September 2007. No, on second thoughts, it must’ve been the year before – September 2006. And my eyesight was fine then.
Optometrist: But you’re having a little difficulty now, are you?
Simon Lee: Well, yes … since I started at university, I’ve been having difficulty with distance vision. I can’t always see things in the distance.
Optometrist: Well, let’s have a look. Now I’m just going to cover your left eye. Can you read the top line?
Simon Lee: Yes. R… B… Q… S…
Optometrist: Well, Simon. Your eyes have obviously got a little worse since your last test and I think you’re going to need to wear glasses … er… not all the time and … not so much for reading or close work but definitely for driving.
Simon Lee: Right. Yes. I thought that was probably the case.
Optometrist: So now you need to choose some frames. There’s a wide range to choose from, as you can see.
Simon Lee: Can you give me some idea of the difference in cost? I quite liked the idea of some frameless glasses.
Optometrist: Mm… Did you? Well, the prices vary enormously , like everything, but the frameless ones are the most expensive. The cheapest are the ones with the full frame.
Simon Lee: Mm, perhaps I’d better go for those.
Optometrist: Or why not try these ones with the half frame?
Simon Lee: They’re not too bad.
Optometrist: Yes. They look quite nice and they’re strong far less likely to break than the frameless ones.
Simon Lee: Oh, that’s a good point. OK, I think I’ll take those ones.
Optometrist: If you pop back next Monday, I should have them ready for you. And you can pay for them when you pick them up.
Simon Lee: Thanks very much. Can I pay by credit card?
Optometrist: You can, but there will be a slight charge if you do that.
Simon Lee: Right. I’ll pay by cash then, if you don’t mind.
Optometrist: No problem. Cash, credit card, debit card. All the same to us. See you on Monday.