SANDY: Can I help you?
DEREK: Yes, I need to apply for a parking permit.
SANDY: Are you a professor?
DEREK: What? Are you kidding? I'm only 22 years old!
SANDY: Yes, I am kidding.
But don't you know only professors and students with disabilities
can apply for parking permits?
DEREK: Yes, I know. I have a disability.
My hip was broken last year. And I can't walk well.
SANDY: Oh, I'm sorry. I didn't know.
DEREK: It's alright. You didn't see me walk to the desk.
SANDY: Here is the application form.
I also need to see your student ID and your permission letter from the university.
DEREK: My permission letter?
SANDY: Yes, the letter that certifies you have a disability.
And it must certify your disability entitles you to a parking place.
DEREK: I was told I should have the letter sent directly to your office.
SANDY: Yes. Or you can bring it yourself.
DEREK: But I asked them to send it to you directly.
SANDY: Let me look in the file then. Maybe we received it.
DEREK: My name is Derek Schneider, S - C - H - N - E - I - D - E - R.
SANDY: Yes, here it is.
Alright. Then I just need your completed application form,
and I will be able to process your request.
DEREK: Good. I will sit over there and fill out the form.
I will give it to you in a few minutes.
Oh, by the way, can I apply for any parking lot I want?
SANDY: The form has a map on the back. You may specify your top four choices.
We will give a spot in the lot that has an opening.
DEREK: I see. Thank you.
SANDY: You're very welcome.
迪瑞克：我的名字是迪瑞克·施奈德尔：S - C - H - N - E - I - D - E - R。