Colleague: I've been so tired recently. I've been trying, but I don't think I'm up to this job.
Shirley: You need to take a break, maybe a vacation.
Colleague: Oh, yes, Indeed. I've run out of steam. To be honest, I want to be in a different envirnment.
Shirley: Is that so?
Colleague: Yes, I don't want to be stuck in a rut. I want to move on.
Shirley: Have you decided?
Colleague: Yes, I want to get a better job.
Shirley: Could you tell me why you want to quit?
Colleague: I quit just because of the dissatisfying salary and the trouble in getting along with mycolleague.
Shirley: Oh, that's terrible. Do you want to get a higher salary in our company?
Colleague: I'm afraid not. I've promised my girlfriend. We'll travel southwards to find a job that offershigher pay.
Shirley: OK, I'd like to say that I've really enjoyed working with you. However, I think you should workharder for your new job and then you can ask for higher pay.
Colleague: Thank you so much for your advice.
Shirley: And every best wish for your new job.
Colleague: Thank you.