Friday, 12 July 2013

Reading dramatically (Sean and Hng Anh)

This scenario is about an iPad Seller promoting an iPad to a customer.

Salesman: Good morning sir, may I have 5 minutes of your time?


May I introduce to you the new iPad. Some people would ask, why would I prefer an iPad in comparison to the other tablets available in the market.And the answer is simple. Why you’ll love an iPad? Because it’s simple yet powerful, thin and light yet full-featured.
It also has a gorgeous Retina display. The Retina display on iPad makes everything look crisp and lifelike. Text is razor sharp. Colors are vibrant. Photos and videos are rich with detail, the best thing, it has a million more pixels than an HDTV. iPads house the new A6X chip that delivers up to twice the graphics performance, without sacrificing any battery life. Which means even the most advanced apps are smooth, responsive, and incredibly lifelike. It just begins at $658

Ok. I feel that the iPad is quite good after hearing what you said but, I feel that it is a bit too big to be brought around here and there.

Then sir, you should try the iPad mini. The iPad mini costs $448 only.It has everything you love about iPad — the beautiful screen, fast and fluid performance, FaceTime and iSight cameras, thousands of amazing apps, 10-hour battery life— is everything you’ll love about iPad mini, too. And you can hold it in one hand.

Customer: After your promotion, I feel that the iPad mini is a fantastic tablet. May I make an order for an iPad mini now?


1 comment:

  1. 1. Salesman is very dramatic but needs to slow down so that the words are articulated properly.

    2. Customer needs to be more expressive and speak with enthusiasm.