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D.I’d like to Know Your Prices (Telephoning in English, Unit 3)




1.7. Go over your home exercise 2.9 from lesson 13.

Note-taking

2.8. Decide which abbreviation matches each of these words and phrases. Abbreviations marked * are mostly found in telexes but they are also useful in note-taking.

3. note 9. as soon as possible

4. for example 10. cost, insurance, freight

5. per year 11. free on board

6. and so on 12. about

7. estimated time of arrival 13. maximum

8. Greenwich Mean Time 14. departure

9. telex 15. for the attention of

10. stamped addressed envelope 16. especially

Etc. ETA SAE NB TXL* p.a. CIF ASAP* esp. RE* e.g. max. dep. GMT ATTN* fob

Listening. Speaking.

2.9.Translate the words and word-combinations below into English and use them in your own dialogues.

Dialogue 1.

 

Card 1. Я видел вашу рекламу в газете … Какова цена лодочных моторов, которые вы предлагаете? Я бы хотел узнать ваши цены и условия. Если цены разумны, мы скоро сможем сделать вам заказ. Вы можете сделать твердое предложение?   Card 2. Наша наименьшая цена $1000 за мотор. Если ваш заказ успеет до 20 мая, мы можем дать вам 10% скидку. Есть скидки на оптовые заказы. Но я не могу назвать вам размер скидки, пока не знаю, сколько вы хотите заказать. Да, это зависит от количества. У нас особые условия скидки на повторные заказы.

 

Dialogue 2.

Card 3. Это специальное предложение на новые товары. Мы хотим, чтобы как можно больше клиентов попробовало наши … Боюсь, что это самые лучшие условия, которые мы можем предложить. Уверяю вас, ниже цен вы не найдете. Цены включают в себя страховку и доставку. По телефону слишком долго перечислять все наши цены и условия. Я вам отправлю все завтра по электронной почте.   Card 4. Мартовский прайс лист все еще действителен? Обычно нам давали большую скидку за повторный заказ. Это ваше лучшее предложение? Я думал, что теперь цены начнут снижаться. У вас еще в силе специальное весеннее предложение о продаже … ?

 

2.10. Task 12.

You have received this letter from a friend in Madrid.

 

Calle Columbia 14 Hi! Why didn’t you come over for a week’s holiday? Flights to Madrid are very reasonable. Find out if you can get an excursion ticket around 6th April, then you can spend Easter with us.

Now ring up the travel agent and get some information about flights. You don’t want to pay more than $ 165. You may listen to the cassette first to help you.

III. Conversation practice

3.1. Act out the following situation:

- Discuss the restaurant menu with you friend (Basic Survival, unit 35) and make your order to the waiter. Discuss the meal when you’ve finished eating.



 

3.2. Watch Unit 7. Appointments of Video Conference.

Unit 7. Appointments.

Daniel Conway, Isabelle Pelletier.

- Daniel: What did you think of Ron’s presentation?

- Isabelle: I thought it was excellent.

- Daniel: Me, too.

- Isabelle: This afternoon is free. What are you planning to do?

- Daniel: I want to buy some gifts to take back home. How about you?

- Isabelle: I’d like to go shopping too. Shall we go together?

- Daniel: Sure, I’d love to. What time shall we meet? I’m giving a presentation to the new sales representatives next. That finishes at one.

- Isabelle: And I’ve got a meeting with Bob Davis. Let’s meet in the foyer at, say, ten past one?

- Daniel: OK. Shall we have lunch here before we go?

- Isabelle: No, why don’t we have lunch in town for a change?

- Daniel: Good idea. My presentation starts in five minutes. I’m going to check the room. See you later then.

- Isabelle: OK. Bye.

***

Bob Davis, Barbara Little

- Barbara: So, here are two possible sights for the new distribution centre – Amsterdam and Birmingham. You saw the Amsterdam sight last week. Later this week we are going to visit the sight at the Birmingham Business Park.

- Bob: Who are we meeting there?

- Barbara: Helen Mills. She is the regional development officer. She is going to show us this sight here.

- Bob: And when are we meeting her?

- Barbara: I’ll call her now and make an appointment.

- Bob: Would you like to use my mobile?

- Barbara: Don’t worry. There’s a phone in the lobby. I’ll use that.

- Bob: Hello. Bob Davis.

***

Barbara Little, Helen Mills, receptionist.

- Receptionist: Good afternoon. Birmingham Business Park.

- Barbara: Good afternoon. May I speak to Helen Mills, please?

- Receptionist: Who’s calling, please?

- Barbara: Barbara Little from Phoenix Business Consultants.

- Receptionist: Just a moment, please.

- Barbara: Good afternoon. Thank you for sending the information about the business park. Is it possible to make an appointment to visit the site?

- Helen: Certainly. Would Wednesday be convenient?

- Barbara: I’m afraid one of my colleagues can’t make Wednesday. Is it possible to come on Thursday?

- Helen: I have a meeting in the morning, but I’m free in the afternoon. Would two o’clock be convenient?

- Barbara: Yes, two o’clock is fine.

- Helen: How many of you are coming?

- Barbara: Four. Charles Millbank, President of Transglobal; Bob Davis, U.K. sales manager; Ann Richards, U.K. deputy sales manager; and me.

- Helen: Fine. I look forward to seeing you at two o’clock on Thursday, then.

- Barbara: Thank you. Goodbye.

- Helen: Goodbye.

***

Ron Jacobs, Bob Davis.

- Bob: Ron!

- Ron: Hello, Bob.

- Bob: I really enjoyed your presentation this morning.

- Ron: Oh, thanks. What are you doing this afternoon?

- Bob: Nothing in particular. Why don’t we get some fresh air and exercise?

- Ron: OK. What do you suggest?

- Bob: How about a game of tennis?

- Ron: I’m afraid I don’t play tennis, Bob.

- Bob: What about a round of golf?

- Ron: Can we hire the clubs?

- Bob: Yes. Here, at the hotel.

- Ron: OK. Let’s have a game.

- Bob: So, when shall we play?

- Ron: I have a short meeting with Charles at two o’clock. But I’ll be free by two-thirty. We can meet in reception at two-forty five.

- Bob: Fine. See you later, then.

- Ron: Oh, by the way, Bob, what’s your handicap?

- Bob: Twenty two. What’s yours these days?

- Ron: About eleven.

 

Home task:

1. Letter Writing: in Business Letter

- Learn the vocabulary on pp. 56 – 57

- Do ex. 4, 6 (1 – 9) p. 63 – 64.

2. Telephoning:

- Do ex. 2.8. Learn the abbreviations.

- Ex. 2.9. Make up your dialogue (Dialogue 2: cards 3 and 4).

3. Conversation practice: Video Conference

- Learn and act out dialogue 2 (between Bob Davis and Barbara Little) and dialogue 3 (between Barbara little, Helen Mills and secretary) from Unit 7. Appointments of Video Conference.

 

 

Lesson 15

Lesson Plan:

I. Letter writing

The right address

Listen to the recording and address each envelope correctly. (Later, you can check your answers in File 4)

Business Letter

- Vocabulary drill (pp. 56 – 57)

- Go over your home exercise – ex. 4, ex. 6 (1 – 9) p. 63 – 64.

II. Telephoning

A. Listening practice (Basic telephone Training, Unit 21a)

2.1.Write the names of the cities on the tape:

1. ……………………… 4. …………………………

2. ……………………… 5. …………………………

3. ………………………

2.2. Make a note of the times you hear:

1. ……………………… 4. ………………………..

2. ……………………… 5. ………………………..

3. ………………………

2.3. Write the dates on tape:

1. ………………….. 4. …………………..

2. ………………….. 5. ………………….

3. …………………..

2.4. Circle the correct group of letters:

1. WVU VWY YWV UVW 3. GYJ JGJ YJG IYG

2. HAE EIH HAI IEA 4. VVB DBV BBB BVV

B. Getting the Message (Basic Telephone Training, Unit 21 b)

2.5. Listen to the message on the tape and note down the important information.

  To ………………………………. …… Date …………………………. From …………………………………. Time ………………………… Message ………………………………………………………………………………. ……………………………………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………………………………….. Message taken by ……………………………………………………………

2.6. C. Phone Play

Student A. Call the New Yorker Hotel. Book a double room for three nights from 9th to 12th May. You have a baby. Ask for prices and book.

Student B. You are the receptionist at the New Yorker Hotel. A single room costs $ 110, a double room costs $ 150, dogs and children are free. Ask for Student A’s name.

2.7. Go over your home exercises (ex. 2.8. abbreviations and ex. 2.9. Dialogue 2) from lesson 14.

2.8. Task 11. Listen to the callers on the cassette and answer their questions using the information given below.

1. Burckhardt 6. Gomersall

2. ETA 10.25 a.m. 7. 15.30 GMT

3. Farquharson 8. Jowsey

4. Pysanczyn 9. ASAP

5. midday on 27.11.86 10. Velasquez





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