Business English C 1

Business English C

In the Business book on webpages 136 & 137, do exercises 2, 5 & 6. After you finish, you can check the Book Answers in the Resources section on the right part of the blog page. 1. Write the meeting minutes for your overseas expansion meeting. Use your meeting records and the example minutes to create this.

Use appropriate phrasal verbs and reporting verbs in your minutes. 2. On the “British Council Worksheets – Negotiations (2): Positions and passions” first do Exercise 2 Terms. Then, on the next two web pages do Exercise 3 Reading. 1. In the ongoing business book on web page 109 do exercise 3 questions 1. Find examples of phrases and words in the example e-mails that have these tones.

  1. Build a cardboard castle
  2. On the profile of the rep who contacted them
  3. Tips related to the above
  4. Use to increase return to owners

When you finish, check your ideas in the link below “Tone in E-mail”. You can also check the hyperlink for degrees of formality in e-mail openings and closings. 2. With today Write an e-mail to the company you negotiated. Place the e-mails in the context of the meeting and confirm the facts you agreed on or discussed. In the event that you did not negotiate an agreement, explain what still needs to be negotiated and suggest your terms for this. You can make reference to the link below for helpful information to using appropriate tone in your e-mails.

Reason 101: Architects utilize a palette of possibility. Architects are worried not with the required but with the contingent – not with how things are but with how they might be. Reason 102: The task architects perform details so many parts of life – and of learning. It has so many facets, it will keep a person interested for a lifetime.

As Richard Rogers said: I believe very strongly and have fought since many years ago – at least over 30 years back – to get structures not simply within schools, but architecture discussed under history, geography, research, technology, art. Attorneys leave law due to burn-out and an insufficient meaning in their work. Architects might leave the field for financial reasons, but few if any did so for lack of what was found there. Reason 103: Architects strive to cure the world. Architects still believe that their works and deeds can help to recover the places where they may be privileged to work. Despite what Thom Mayne has said: I’m often called an old-fashioned modernist.

But the modernists experienced the absurd proven fact that architecture could recover the world. That’s impossible. Today nobody expects architects to have these grand visions anymore And. Nobody expects this – except us architects, ourselves. Reason 104: Architects hake the hard decisions. When a sales rep calls and asks for a decision-maker they hand the phone for an architect.