Kirsty: Hi Elaine. It's Kirsty, here.
Elaine: Hello, how are you?
Kirsty: Fine. Listen, I know this is very short notice but 6 ( are you doing ) (do) anything tonight?
Elaine: Nothing why?
Kirsty: Well I 7 ( am taking ) (take) my class to the theatre, but one of them can't go.
Would you like to come?
Elaine: I'd love to. What's the play about?
Kirsty: Oh, I 8 ( will tell ) (tell) you all about that a little later. I 9 ( will pick ) (pick) you up at 6.30 - is that okay?
Elaine: Yes, OK. Or how about meeting a bit earlier? We could have a coffee beforehand.
Kirsty: Well, I 10 ( am seeing ) (see) the school principal at four, but I suppose I could come after that. My meeting 11 ( will probably finish ) (probably/finish) at about 5.30. Is that okay?
Elaine: Yes, of course. What time does the play actually start?
Kirsty: At 7.30, although we ( will need 12 ) (need) to be there before as I 13 ( am meeting ) (meet) my students at the theatre at seven. Afterwards they 14 ( will probably want ) (probably/want) to talk about the play for a little while. But I hope that 15 ( won't go on ) (not/go on) for too long. There 16 ( will be ) (be) plenty of time for us to discuss it at tomorrow's lesson.
Elaine: That's fine. I 17 ( will see ) (see) you at 5.30!