A:I have to say that that has nothing to do with the treatment of this company. I've been satisfied with my salary here, and treasure the opportunity.
B:ave I done wrong to you? You've really surprised me.
A:Bob, you've really been nice to me, and I thank you for the face that you've taken care of me and taught me so much.
B:I must admit that I'm still mixed up. There must be something wrong, why are you leaving?
A:Well, I like new experiences, and need some new challenges.
B:I see. Just these reasons?
A:To be honest, the chances for promotion are good in the new company, and the salary was just too attractive to turn down.
B:Lily, you know how highly I think of your work, you should have come to me earlier, so we could talk about it. We might have had a chance to better the situation.
A:I'm sorry, Bob.
B:I suppose it's too late to say that!
A:I'm afraid so. The offer arrived beyond expectation, and I had to decide as soon as possible. It was the chance of a lifetime I can not miss, and I really can not hesitate.
B:Well, I'm sad to see you off, Lilly. But all the best in your new career.
A:Thanks, Bob. Your generosity helps a lot.