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III. Conversation practice. 3.3. Scan the vocabulary below




3.3. Scan the vocabulary below. Make sure you know the meaning of the words and word-combinations.

Vocabulary List 7

- What are you planning to do this afternoon?

- I want to / I am going to / I’d like to………. . How about you?

- What about going together? / Shall we go together?

- Great / I’d love to.

- What time shall we …

- (I’d like to) Make an appointment.

- Is she expecting you? Do you have an appointment?

- She is in a meeting. She has appointments all day.

- Can I / Is it possible to make an appointment for Wednesday? (to come on Wednesday?) / Would Wednesday be convenient? Could we make it Wednesday?

- One of my colleagues can’t make Wednesday.

- How many of you are coming?

- I look forward to seeing you at … o’clock on Wednesday.

- Why don’t we (do smth)?

- What do you suggest?

- We can meet in reception (in the lobby, foyer) at … o’clock.

- Fine, see you later.

- What’s your handicap?

3.2. Listen to Units 8, 26, 37, 39 of Basic Survival and do the exercises.

3.3. 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

Home task:

1. Letter Writing: in Business Letter

- Learn the vocabulary on pp. 56 – 57

- Do ex. 5, 6 (10 – 13) p. 63 – 65.

2. Conversation practice: Video Conference

a) Learn Vocabulary list 7

b) Act out the following situation:

- Make an appointment with a manager of some company to see the site for the exhibition of you new goods.

Lesson 16

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. 5, ex. 6 (10 - 13) p. 63 – 65.

 

II. Telephoning

A. Listening practice (Basic telephone Training, Unit 22a)

2.1.Write the dates you hear:

1. ……………………… 4. …………………………

2. ……………………… 5. …………………………

3. ………………………

2.2. Write the letters from the tape:

1. ……………………… 4. ………………………..

2. ……………………… 5. ………………………..

3. ………………………

2.3. Circle the correct time:

1. 7.15 19.15 4. 3.15 3.50

2. 8.40 8.14 5. 5.15 4.45

3. 1.50 2.10

2.4. Make a note of the address in Sweden from the tape:

…………………………………………………………………..

…………………………………………………………………..

…………………………………………………………………..

…………………………………………………………………..

B. Getting the Message (Basic Telephone Training, Unit 22 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. You work for the Office Paper Shop. Phone Mr Pitts at Paper Suppliers Ltd to place an urgent order for 8000 white window envelopes.

Student B. You work for Paper Suppliers Ltd. You are Mr Pitts’ colleague. Mr Pitts is on holiday for 2 weeks. You sell envelopes. Orders under 10 000 – no discount. Orders over 10 000 – you give 10% discount.

2.7. Role play(task 13)

Sit back-to-back in pairs. Student A, who has information in File 5, should “ring” student B who has information on this page. Change roles when you have done the calls once.

B1You are Donald Scott, a salesman with Supersit Inc. Your price per chair (model A1) is $ 32.95. Discounts for large orders are 7% (up to 500), 10% (up to 100) and 12% (over 1000). You can, if you wish, increase these by up to 2%, but not more. You have a new, better chair (model A2) which costs $40 but there is a special introductory discount of 15% (up to 500) and 20% (above 500).

B 2 You work for Global Travel. There are flights from London to Torino at 9.30 (arr. 11.40, British Airways, BA 552, $165 PEX) and at 12.00 (arr. 14.15, Alitalia, AL 791, $ 145 special price)

B 3You are Jane Lever. You want to buy a Datapower 512 computer. You have seen them at $ 1100 - $ 1250 in computer shops. You have asked Compsell, a big London computer distributor, to ring and give you a price.

III. Conversation practice

3.1. Act out the following situation:

- Make an appointment with a manager of some company to see the site for the exhibition of you new goods.

 

3.2. Watch Unit 8. Time Out of Video Conference.

Unit 8. Time Out.

Ron Jacobs, Bob Davis.

- Ron: What do you do in your free time, Bob?

- Bob: Well, I play a little squash, and I go jogging a couple of times a week. What about you?

- Ron: I usually play golf at the weekend.

- Bob: Good shot. … Golf’s very popular in Japan, isn’t it?

- Ron: Yes, but it’s very expensive to join a club. I usually go to the driving range.

- Bob: Do you play any other sports?

- Ron: I did. I played football in college. But that was a long time ago.

- Bob: These clubs are terrible.

***

- Bob: Do you like living in Japan?

- Ron: Yes, I do. It’s a beautiful country. And it has a high standard of living.

- Bob: How long have you lived there?

- Ron: About six years. Have you ever been to Japan?

- Bob: Yes, once, to Tokyo. On a business trip - before I joined Transglobal. But I didn’t see very much - I only stayed two days. Tokyo seemed very crowded, though.

- Ron: It is. But it’s a great place to live. Do you like living in Birmingham?

- Bob: Yes and no. It’s a nice city. But I don’t like commuting into the centre every day.

- Ron: How do you get to work?

- Bob: I drive. But the traffic in the rush hour is terrible.

***

- Ron: Have you had a holiday this year?

- Bob: Yes, we went to Tenerife in March. It was great.

- Ron: Did you have good weather?

- Bob: Yes, it was lovely. What about you? Have you been on holiday yet?

- Ron: No, not yet. But we are planning to go skiing in Sapporo in January.

***

- Ron: How are your wife and children?

- Bob: They are very well, thank you. Ben has his first birthday in January, so Jenny is going back to work. She is looking forward to some adult conversation again!

- Ron: What does she do exactly?

- Bob: She works for a market research company. … Does your wife work, Ron?

- Ron: Yes, she does. She is a lawyer. She is working part-time at the moment.

- Bob: How old is your daughter now?

- Ron: Tomoko is four. She starts school next April. It’s hard to believe! … You didn’t bring that phone with you, did you, Bob?

- Bob: I never leave home without it. Excuse me. … Hello, Bob Davis. …

***

Daniel Conway, Isabelle Pelletier.

- Isabelle: Oh, look. What a nice shop. Shall we go in?

- Daniel: Sure. I’d like to buy a sweater for myself.

- Isabelle: Excuse me. I’m thinking of buying a man’s scarf. Could you show me what you have, please?

- Assistant: Certainly. … Would you prefer lambswool or cashmere?

- Isabelle: I’m not sure. … Ah, made in Scotland. How much is this one?

- Assistant: $59.99. … We have a range of colours.

- Isabelle: This is nice, too.

- Daniel: Isabelle, what do you think?

- Isabelle: Well, it certainly fits you well, Daniel. But … er… are you sure about the colour?

- Daniel: It’s sort of gray, isn’t it? … I’m kinda colour blind, actually.

- Isabelle: Well, I’ll just buy this scarf, then I’ll come and help you.

- Daniel: Who are you buying that for?

- Isabelle: My brother. I’ll have this one, please.

- Assistant: Certainly, madam. That’s $ 59.99, please.

- Isabelle: Do you accept credit cards?

- Assistant: Yes, we do. … Thank you. … If you could just sign here, please. … Thank you. …There we are. Would you like it gift-wrapped?

- Isabelle: Yes, please.

- Daniel: How about this one?

- Isabelle: Yes, the colour’s much better … but it’s a bit too big. Is there a smaller size?

- Daniel: I’ll ask.

- Daniel: Well?

- Isabelle: Yes, that’s perfect.

- Daniel: OK. I’ll take it, then.

- Daniel: I’m exhausted! Can we have lunch now, please?

- Isabelle: Yes, of course!

Home task:

1. Letter Writing: in Business Letter

- Get ready for test 4.

- Do ex. 7 p. 65.

2. Telephoning:

- Make up a dialogue ex. 2.6. Phone play. Act it out in class.

3. Conversation practice: Video Conference

- Learn and act out the conversation between Bob Davis and Ron Jacobs from

Unit 8. Time Out of Video Conference.

Lesson 17

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

- Go over your home exercise – ex. 7 p. 65

- Write Test N 4.

 

II. Telephoning

A. Listening practice (Basic telephone Training, Unit 23a)

2.1.Write the phone numbers you hear:

1. ……………………… 4. …………………………

2. ……………………… 5. …………………………

3. ………………………

2.2. Write the names of these countries:

1. ……………………… 4. ………………………..

2. ……………………… 5. ………………………..

3. ………………………

2.3. Circle the correct date:

1. 3/9/90 3/9/91 4. 21/3/73 31/3/73

2. 17/6/89 17/7/895. 5. 20/8/84 31/12/99

3. 14/10/92 4/10/92

2.4. Take down the Greek address from the tape:

…………………………………………………………………..

…………………………………………………………………..

…………………………………………………………………..

…………………………………………………………………..

B. Getting the Message (Basic Telephone Training, Unit 23 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 Jeff Morris. Give your name. You can’t go to the restaurant with him today. You want to invite him tomorrow.

Student B. You are Jeff Morris’s secretary. Mr Morris is out all morning. You don’t know where he is. He is going directly to the Gourmand Restaurant at 12.30.

2.7. Role play(task 13)





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