Evening Star CLASSIFIED
Fleet Street, London EC4J6BB
Exercise 108 º ( We Mean business, ex 113, p 60)
David Richards is applying for the job of filing clerk/person Friday advertised in the Evening Star. The principal of his college, Oliver Howard (Bay House College, 19 Ingleborough Road, Birkenhead, Cheshire L42 6RD) is writing a letter of recommendation for him. He is dictating the letter to his secretary. Listen to the tape and write the letter. Use the correct business letter format. These are the words in the letter (without any punctuation or capital letters):
dear mr milgrom thank you for your letter of 2 november i am very happy to give david richards a reference for the job of filing clerk person friday he is cheerful pleasant and very helpful in class and he is intelligent and also efficient in his work i can certainly recommend him for the job yours sencerely
Write a letter of recommendation for Carolyn Bennet from Brian Keith of Laws Secretarial College (13 Canonbury Lane, Inskip, Lancs PR4 2EL). Carolyn is applying for the job of a secretary advertised in the Evening Star.
Which job are you interested in? Write about the reasons why you are interested in that job.
Crazy People Wanted
Dynamic sales and marketing company is looking for 10 fun people to help to expand in Leeds and beyond.
If you want a fast paced career, management training and great earning potential in Sales and Marketing, Client Presentation, Trainee Management
Don’t delay call Hazel today on 0113 245 2727
Customer Reception Front Desk/Telephones
Our receptionist is a key member of the New Horizons team, providing Excellent Customer Service and all round support to the office. You must have a pleasant, outgoing personality and a confident manner. Good keyboard and organizational skills are essential. You will be based in our modern York City Centre offices.
Hours 8 to 5 Monday to Friday
Salary Scale £9000 – 11 000
For details ring Martha on 0113 242 3030
£6 – £7 per hour
We urgently require experienced secretaries with excellent typing and organizational skills. A good telephone manner and sharp administration skills are essential.
In return we can offer excellent rates of pay, holiday pay.
If you feel you have the necessary qualities, call Shirley, Heidi or Ashley at – Taskmaster 0113 244 2660
£3.90 –£4.60 p.h.
We are recruiting now for security staff for prestigious sites in West Yorkshire. We offer attractive salaries, holiday and sickness pay, training and free uniform. Opportunities for advancement. If you are 19+ with a checkable history for security screening phone for an interview
0845 600 6999
I’m interested in the job of ___________________ because___________
Lesson 11 Урок 11
Making appointments Назначение встреч
1. an appointment – встреча, договорённость
2. schedule – план, расписание
3. anything – что–либо
4. a board – правление
5. meeting – совещание
6. an arrangement – соглашение
7. future – будущее
8. an order – приказ, распоряжение
9. a list – список
10. quick – быстрый
11. possible – возможный
12. free – свободный
13. own – свой, собственный
14. often – частый, часто
15. must – должен, должна
16. to write down – записать
17. to take a day off – взять отгул
18. to show round – показать вокруг
19. to attend – посещать
20. to entertain – развлекать
21. to suppose – полагать
22. to remember – помнить
23. to forget – забывать
24. for lunch – на обед
25. all day – весь день
26. if possible – если возможно
27. how about – как насчёт
Настоящее время группы Continuous (Progressive)употребляется также для выражения заранее намеченного, запланированного действия, которое совершится в будущем, часто в ближайщем будущем. В этом случае в английском предложении обычно имеется обстоятельство времени, указывающее на будущее время.
The manager is going to the conference tomorrow.
Менеджер идёт на конференцию завтра.
Make up sentences putting the verbs into Present Continuous.Translate.
1. Sylvia Drake / Monday / show around the plant / Ms Patel
2. Michel Moore / from two till four / discuss / the new prototype
3. Simon Young /pick up / at the airport at three / Mr Steiner
4. Sheila Baker / work / from 10 am on Tuesday / on new promotion
5. Nick Walton / to the marketing Manager / show / a demonstration of the new software
6. We / to new offices / next week / move
7. They / run / next month / a series of training seminars
8. Our advertising agency / a new compaign / work on / this week
9. Luisa / show around the office / next Monday / some foreign guests
1. you / go / out tonight? Are you going out tonight?
2. you / work / next week? ………………………………………………
3. what / you / do / tomorrow evening? ………………………………….
4. what time / Bob and Sue / come? …………………………………….
5. when / Liz / go / on holiday? ………………………………………….
6. who / visit / the customers / on Tuesday? ……………………………..
7. we / have / a meeting / in the afternoon? ……………………………..
8. what / Sarah / do / at the weekend? ……………………………………
Today is Monday. This is a page from Sheila Baker’s diary for the week. Ask and answer questions about what Sheila is doing this week, like this:
Sheila: What am I doing today?
Am I doing anything tomorrow?
at the weekend?
Anne: You’re seeing Mr Smith at 10 o’clock this morning and Mr Parker at 11. You’re not doing anything at lunchtime. You’re going to a board meeting this afternoon at 2 o’clock.
Marisa Balzarini wants to make an appointment to see Sheila Baker this week.
Fill in Ann’s half of this telephone conversation. Take your information from Sheila’s diary.
Marisa: Hello. Can I make an appointment to see Sheila Baker, please?
She knows I’m coming this week.
Marisa: Thursday, if possible. Is she free in the morning?
Anne: I’m afraid ______
Marisa: Well, how about Tuesday?
Anne: I’m sorry. She ___
Marisa: No, I can’t meet her for lunch today or on Wednesday.
Marisa: Well, I’m free in the morning, but I’m entertaining some
customers this afternoon.
Marisa: Oh well then, I suppose it must be next week.
Lorenzo Magnani, the sales representative from Italy, is visiting BOS headquaters this week. This is his schedule.
Write a few sentences about what he is doing this week.
Look at the dialogue below and put the words in the correct order.
Receptionist: you good help I can afternoon ?
Tom: to an got Mrs Kerr two I’ve at yes half see appointment past
Receptionist: you your give please could me name
Tom: Kennedy Dataplan it’s Tom from
Receptionist: long Mr Kennedy be won’t she
Tom: don’t I that’s waiting mind OK
Use one word to complete the gaps in the dialogue.
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