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Additional communication activities in each lesson offer even more communicative Yeah, you usual l y want a l ot of l i ght. This could be done in pairs first and then as a class discussion. Key 1 Have you used t hi s pr ogr amme bef or e? And what i f she says t hey can' t gi ve us t en per cent , but t hey can gi ve. Woul d anyone el se l i ke desser t? Tom And can you send me an agenda?
Obviously, it'll be expensive. The question is, how expensive? Some people say two hundred thousand dollars is a realistic price. In the long term, I think the cost will need to be less than that.
Probably less than half that. What do you think space tourists will want? What sort of experience? Urn '" I think they'll want I think it has to be a real space trip. If it's too short, then people won't be happy. I don't think it needs to last for hours, but a couple of minutes won't be enough. It has to be worth the money. What do you think it will take to really make space tourism take off?
If somebody shows that it's possible, for a reasonable price, I think that'll be the start. If the first company is successful, a lot of others will follow. And, obviously, the top priority is safety. That's the big challenge - to show that it's safe. Interviewer Key 1 goal, target, aim, objective 2 ambitious, optimistic 3 realistic Interviewer Interviewer Caroline Caroline Caroline This activity provides a further opportunity for vocabulary building.
Students need to refer back to the text to find the words to complete the synonyms and definitions. They can compare answers in pairs, before checking answers with the whole class. Play the recording for students to listen to Caroline talking about space tourism and to decide which sentences match her views.
Lesson 6. Write Space in a circle in the middle of the board and write key words around it important dates, names of spaceships, first people in space etc. Collate students' contributions.
Then students read the three opinions about space tourism and say if they agree with any of them or not. Write the three headlines on the board and record against each the number of students who agree with each: Key 1 wI' 3 wI' 6 wI' Students make sentences to describe Virgin Galactic's plans and objectives using prompts and the present continuous. Discussing aims 1 space tourism in 10 years' time 2 space tourism - big industry in years' time 3 rich tourists in space in years' time Also write two columns to record reasons For and Against.
Refer students to the photos of Virgin Galactic. Ask them what they know about the Virgin group. Do they know any other Virgin companies? Do they know the name of the owner? For information see www. Then students can read the article independently or, with a weaker class, go through together as a class. Then students decide which sentences match the company's objectives. Students work with a partner and ask and answer questions about Virgin Galactic's plans.
Monitor to make sure they use the present continuous. After the pair work ask one or two pairs to do the activity for the class. Teacher l f i t r ai ns at t he weekend. St udent 7 I won' t do t he gar deni ng. I f youwor k har d, you' l l achi eve your goal. Kry 1 Book your seat i n advance f or even l ower f ar es.
How much woul d t he hol i day cost f or t wo peopl e? Can you get your money back i f you need t o cancel? How much do you pay i f your sui t case i s t oo heavy? How l on g. Whi ch ai r por t. What ki nd of hot el. Haw mu ch l u ggage. How can I hel p you? Cust omer Hel l o. Assi st ant Li sbon? Cust omer Yes. Assi st ant What dat e ar e you pl anni ng t o l eave? Cust omer On May t he t went y- f our t h. Assi st ant May t he t went y- f our t h.
Cust omer A r et ur n, yes. Assi st ant No. For t hat f ar e, you can' t change t he booki ng, and t her e' s no r ef und i f you cancel. And ar c t her e anv ext r a char ges? No, t hat ' s i ncl uded. The excess baggage char ce i s si x pounds per ki l ogr am, but f or a sur f boar d.
Key exampl e ans. Key No. He can' t choose hi s seat unt i l check i n. Transcript Cust omer.
OK, can I book a seat , t hen, pl ease? Can I t ake your name, pl ease? Cust omer Sur e. Cust omer That ' s r i ght. Assi st ant And hor v u' oul cl you l i ke t o pay? Cust omer Do you t ake Vi sa? Assi st ant Of cour se, no pr obl em.
Coul d I t ake t he number pl ease? And t he expi r y dat e i s August. Assi st ant Thank 1' c. Cust omer OK. You can choose yol l r seat when you check i n. Ri ght , OK. Key Fl i ght 45 56 Gl asgow - Li sbon Passenger name: Si mon Br i gt on Payment met hod: Vi sa car d Car d number: B Yes, ex cel l en t. B Yes, v er y su ccessf u l.
W Mak e sen t en ces. Teacher When di d you st ar t wor k wi t h your pr esent company? Ask st udent s quest i ons: Have you ever been a wai t er? Gr ammar r ef er en ce 4. Mar i a Yeah. I ' ve used TP Cont r ol. Mar i a Ri ght. We used t hat her e, a f ew year s ago. So di d you use TP i n Cape Town?
Jer ome Yeah. Then when I was i n Bost on, we used a syst em cal l ed Ar r ow. Mar i a I know And we' ve changed so many t i mes, as wel l. Have you ever used Conduct or? Conduct or? That was t he syst em t hey had when I j oi ned. I t was ver y good, act ual l y. Gr ammar r ef er en ce ". Key 1 Have you used t hi s pr ogr amme bef or e? Have we f i ni shed Uni t 7 yet? Have we done t hi s exer ci se yet? Have we done Uni t 6 yet? So f ar we' ve l ear ned t he pr esent si mpl e, t he pr esent cont i nuous, t he past si mpl e and t he pr esent per f ect!
Use Resou r ce sh eet 7. Kq Good news: Teacher Fi nd. St udent Found. Af t er each one ask: Andy Yves, i t ' s Andy Bel l. Yves Andy, hi. How ar e t hi ngs? Yves I s ever yt hi ng ncar l y r eady?
Andy Wel l , we' r , e got a f ul l account s depar t ment. I i nt er vi ewed someone on Monday and she ' s accept ed t he post. Sar a Ber nar d. Yves OK, good. And, what about t he I T syst er n? Andy No, we. Yves We need t o. They shoul d answer wi t h not yet , al r eady and so f ar. Teacher Hel l o. St udent Hel l o, John. How ar e t hi ngs goi ng? Teacher Qui t e wel l.
St udent Have you met t he l ocal pr oper t y consul t ant yet? That was a r eal l y usef ul meet i ng. Pr esent per f ect: Ask st u den t s wh at t h e ph ot os su ggest about St eve Fosset t. Key The ar t i cl e i s about St eve Fosset t and hi s advent ur es. Kry Because he l i kes chal l enges I scar y advent ur es and woul d get bor ed i f he di dn' t f i nd new chal l enges.
Teacher l t was. St udent l t was amazi ng. Br endan You' ve done a par achut e j un- r p? Li sa Yeah. Br endan Ser i ousl y? Li sa Yeah! Br endan When? Li sa About. Br endan Wowl I ' m i r npr essed! Li sa Fant ast i c! You wer en' t t oo scar ed, t hen? I was bef or e I j umped. But as soon as your par achut e opens, i t ' s.
Yeah, I bet. I t was OK. Not t oo har d. Because t hat ' s t he most danger ous moment , i sn' t i t? Li sa Wcl l , yeah! Even i f you j ump wi t hout a par achut e, i t ' s not danger ous unt i l you l andl Br endan No, good poi nt!
Key They t al k about a par achut e j ump f r om space t hat Br endan i s r eadi ng about i n t he paper and a par achut e i ump Li sa di d. Somebody' s pl anr - r i ng t o do a par achut e j ump t r om space. Fr om spacc? An Aust r al i an. So t hat ' s, what. Li sa Br endan Li sa Teach i n g n o t es Lesson 8.
How of t en do you r ead a newspaper? How much t i me do you spend r eadi ng about or wat chi ng t he news? Hav e you seen a channel l i ke t hi s bef or e? Do you know t he names of any busi ness news channel s? Do you wat ch one r egul ar l y? Key 1 exchange 2 i ndex 3 cur r enci es 4 exchange r at e PRE.
Ch eck t h e answer s t oget her. Kr y 1 Yes, busi ness has been good f or Geo- Cor e. I t hi nk, si mpl y, i t ' s because dcmand has been ver y st r ong.
Our sal es have been good. Al an Pr esent er Obvi ousl y, your company doesn' t sel l oi l - you' r e an expl or at i on comp any, you wor k f or oi l compani es and. But what do hi gh oi l pr i ccs mean f or your busi ness?
What do you spend your money on? Ch e c k answer s t oget her. Key 1 pr oper t y 2 Because of hi gh pr oper t y pr i ces. Th ey deci de wh et h er h e agr ees or di sagr ees wi t h each st at ement. I n t he UK, most peopl e i nvest most of t hei r money i n t hei r house.
What ' s your vi ew on t he UK pr oper t y mar ket? Wel l , i n r ecent year s, pr i ces have gone up. But i nf l at i on has been j ust t wo or t hr ee per cent ayear. Today, t he Bank of Engl and i s much mor e car ef ul wi t h. The ot her i mpor t ant di f f er ence, l t hi nk, i s t hat t hen unempl oyment was qui t e hi gh. Banks have l ent peopl e a l ot of money i n r ecent year s. Peopl e have got bi g mor t gages. Because t he l oans haven' t j ust been mor t gages - peopl e have al so bor r owed money t o spend i n t he shops.
So f ar , t hat ' s hel ped t he econor ny, because spendi ng has been hi gh. What do we cal l a mon or woman who pr esent s a t al k show?
Key 1 Because Naomi wat ched TV l ast ni ght. Di d you sl eep wel l? Naomi Yes, f i ne t hanks. Val er i e Oh, yes. Naomi And do you have pr ogr ammes l i ke Bi gBr ot her? Do you have t hat pr ogr amme, um. Naomi Yeah. I t ' s cal l ed Fame Academy i nEngl and. Kr y I t means' What t i me does t he pr ogr amme begi n? Kr y 1 a sat el l i t e channel 2 comedy pr ogr ammes 3 She di dn' t i magi ne peopl e wat ched Br i t i sh soaps i n Fr ance.
They show t hi ngs l i ke qui z shows, document ar i es, comedy pr ogr ammes. Naomi Yeah , l b et. Mi chael Par ki nson? They al so show sol ne good chi l dr en' s pr ogr ammes. Oh y eah. Ther e' s anot her t hi ng I somet i mes wat ch. Naomi A soap oper a. Or a soap. Naomi Not East Ender s?
Val er i e East Ender s. What ' s so f unny? Naomi Val er i e, I can' t bel i eve you wat ch East Ender s. How do you say t hat? They' r e. Naomi Du b b ed. Val er i e Dubbed? Vat er i e They' r e near l y al ways dubbed i n Fr ench.
Subt i t l es, yeah. Wher e ar e VWs made? What ' s made i n Hol l ywood? Wher e was your handbag made? Do you wat ch adver t s on TV? We al so use adver t s on bi l l boar ds. We occasi onal l y r , r se TV commer ci al s.
And, of cour se, we mar ket t he br and wi t h sponsor shi p i n spor t s - we sponsor basket bal l , snowboar di ng and sur f i ng.
At t he moment , our spendi ng on adver t i si ng i s hi qh as a per cent age of sal es. The r eason f or t hat i s t he cost of TV commer ci al s. A l ot mor c t han we have at pr esent.
But t hat doesn' t mean w' e can' t adver t i se on TV. We can. The way pr odr , r ct pl acement. Key 1 The 24 age gr ol r p. F SB Page , Exer ci se 1. They' r e j ust. And you see t he l ogo. Somct i mes, yeah. You can' t al ways. Wel l , you can, but t hen, usual l v, you have t o pay. And t hen you have mor e cont r ol. I r nean. Ycah, I bet. And u' hen di d compani es st ar t doi ng t hi s? I r hi nk r he best pl acement , t hough, was, Lr m.
The Appl e pl acement r vas done ver y wel l i n t hat. Col t eague For Appl e comput er s? Amy Yeah. Use Resou r ce sh eet 9.
Kry 1 The adver t was seen by mi l l i ons of peopl e. I Lot s of pr oduct s ar e adver t i sed by compani es on bi l l boar ds. I Er nst Mahnst en i s a Swedi sh ent r epr eneur. Tony No. And t o expand qui ckl y, I need nr or e t han j ust money. I need your advi ce on how t o manage t he expansi on. Obvi ousl y. But as t he or gani sat i on gr ows, each year , your j ob changes gr adual l y.
Have you t hought about your f ut ur e wi t h t he company? Tony Jan e Tony. You mean, do I want t o sel l t he whol e busi ness? I t won' t r eal l y beyour busi ness any mor e. Tony Sur e, sur e. Jane l t ' s not a deci si on you can make easi l y.
When you speak Engl i sh, do you speak qui ckl y or sl owl y? Do you speok Engl i sh wel l? Can you speak any ot her l anguages wel l? Do you check yaur answer s car ef ul l y when you do on exer ci se? Kry 1 rvell 2 quickly 3 hard 4 gradually 5 si gni f i cant l y 6 easi l y 7 car ef ul l y Cr ammar pr act i ce.
They show cur r ent shar e pr i ces, so you can f ol l ow your por t f ol i o. Wh at ' s Googl e? What do you key i n when you want t o check your onl i ne bank account? Kry Per son 1: Per son J: Transcript 1 I t hi nk t he best t hi ng about t he I nt er net i s. You know, you t ype a kel vor d i nt o a sear ch engi ne, and you get a huge l i st of websi t es. And you' ve got t o keep i t up- t o- dat e as wel l - keep downl oadi ng and i nst al l i ng updat es.
That saves a l ot of t i me. Once you' ve r egi st er ed, you j ust. SB Page , Exer ci se 5. I f you become a member you have f ul l access t o al l past and cur r ent ar t i cl es. Do you need t o r egi st er? Do you need a passwor d? Ar e you a member? How much does member shi p cost? B Four. Feed i n cr eat i ve i f nobody says i t. Tel l me t h e names of some f omous cr eat i ve peopl e. What di d t hey do?
Do you know any ver y cr eat i ve peopl e? Wr i t e up t he headi ngs Subj ect and Suggest i ons. Key Subj ect: How coul d we make t he pr oduct bet t er? What ar eas of t he pr oduct coul d we i mpr ove? Any suggest i ons?
B What about changi r r g t he packagi ng? A Yeal - r. Packagi ng r nat er i al. C How about changi r - r g t he si ze? C No, t he pack. So, bi gger packs.
Thcy coul d be snr al l er , as wel l. Then you u. So t hat woul d be a new pr oduct. A st or age box. So r ve coul d sel l , say, packs of t en. That ' s a good i dea. We coul d pr oduce CDs. Why don' t we pr oduce CDs.
Why not pr oduce CDs. How about pr oduci ng CDs? I woul d, et c. Fer r ar i. Key 1 I f CDs di dn' t have packagi ng, t hey woul d f t hey' d be cheaper. Does onyone have t o wor k at weekends? Do you have t o wear a sui t at wor k? No, you shoul dn, t. Kry pol i t eness: You shoul d ahvays be pol i t e.
Gener al l y, pcopl e ask di r ect quest i ons and. You don' t have t o sayyou agr ee al l t he t i me.
You shoul d never cr i t i ci se anyone di r ect l y. That ' s why, of t en, i n compani es i n Japan, peopl e have t o make deci si ons i n gr oups. Ever yone has t o agr ee. So what ' s your gener al advi ce?
Do you t hi nk peopl e shoul d chanse t he r vay t hey communi cai e i n di f f er ent cul t ur es or. Key The' Si x Thi nki ng Hat s' i s descr i bed. I t hi nk we shoul d consi der t hat opt i on.
Ener gy cost s woul d be anot her advant age. OK, shal l we sum up, t hen? I t hi nk we' ve made qui t e good pr ogr ess. I t hl nk we shoul d j ust consi der t wo or t hr ee pr oposal s. B So what woul d you r ecommend? C Let ' s j ust t al k about di sacl vant ages f or t he moment.
B I j ust woul cl n' t r ecomn' r end such a bi q i nvest ment. We have t o be car ef ul. Obvi ousl y, you won' t have a seat r eser vat i on. You' 11 pr obabl y get a seat i n f i r st cl ass, i f you want t o change your t i cket. You can j ust upgr ade i t. You j ust pay a suppl ement. Communication skills are carefully prioritised, allowing learners to start working in English at the Mark Ibbotson, Bryan Stephens. Communication skills are carefully This is CD 2 part 2 from an audio course for Business Start-Up 1 Students Book for elementary students ready to learn Business English through the use of authentic material, real companies and credible communication scenarios, ensuring that adult learners remain interested and motivated.
Communication skills are carefully prioritised, allowing learners to start working in English This is Audio CD 1 from an audio course for Business Start-Up 1 Students Book for elementary students ready to learn Business English through the use of authentic material, real companies and credible communication scenarios, ensuring that adult learners remain interested and motivated.
Cambridge University Press, I'm not in charge. She isnt on the course. He works with me. He doesnt work here. We dont work together. The verb have is irregular: I have an assistant.
She has a new job. I dont have an assistant. She doesnt have a new job. Student A Page Student B Talk about your responsibilities and give examptes of things you do at work. I'm responsible for exports.
I report to the managing director. She's my boss. I manage a team of ten engineers. The factory manager deals with production problems. I'm in charge of this proiect. I'm in after-sales service.