Business one:one: Pre-intermediate Business One To One Pre-Intermediate Student Book Pack

Book & Toy | June 29, 2007

byRachel Appleby, John Bradley, Brian Brennan

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The first business course written specifically for one-to-one teaching.

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The first business course written specifically for one-to-one teaching.

Format:Book & ToyDimensions:11.61 × 8.23 × 0.31 inPublished:June 29, 2007Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0194576426

ISBN - 13:9780194576420

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dealing with people1. How to say hello and goodbye2. How to make offers3. How to offer help4. How to check and clarify5. How to start small talk6. How to describe an event7. How to talk about yourself8. How to talk about other peopleprojects9. How to talk about time10. How to talk about a past project11. How to talk about money12. How to talk about a project13. How to talk about personnel14. How to talk about project stages15. How to talk about future projectsmeetings16. How to update17. How to give people news18. How to make arrangements19. How to discuss options20. How to give opinionstelephoning21. How to start and end a conversation22. How to leave a voicemail message23. How to deal with telephone problems24. How to make a follow-up call25. How to take and leave messages26. How to use a mobile phone27. Telephone overviewemail28. How to make first contact29. How to get information30. How to follow something up31. How to book or buy by email32. How to complain by email33. Email overviewtravel34. How to deal with airport problems35. How to survive in a hotel36. How to eat out37. How to give directions38. Travel overviewgrammar39. How to use the present40. How to use the past41. How to use the future42. How to make questions43. How to use comparatives44. How to use the passivereading banklistening bankgrammar banklistening script