Business Venture: Beginner Business Venture Beginner Student Book Pack by Roger BarnardBusiness Venture: Beginner Business Venture Beginner Student Book Pack by Roger Barnard

Business Venture: Beginner Business Venture Beginner Student Book Pack

byRoger Barnard, Jeff Cady

Book & Toy | May 24, 2011

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Business Venture is a three-level speaking and listening course in American English, especially designed to appeal to low-level learners. The new edition retains many of the most popular features of the original course, including the carefully graded language practice, gently paced listeningactivities, and the Culture Files. It contains a great deal of new and updated material and has undergone extensive revision, mainly in response to feedback from teachers and learners.
Roger Barnard is Professor in the Department of General Education at Tama Art University, Tokyo, where he teaches general English and content courses related to art and design. Jeff Cady currently teaches ESL at the College of Marin in Marin County, and at the Sonoma State (University) American Language Institute. He also tutors a sma...
Title:Business Venture: Beginner Business Venture Beginner Student Book PackFormat:Book & ToyDimensions:10.87 × 8.27 × 0 inPublished:May 24, 2011Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0194578194

ISBN - 13:9780194578196

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Table of Contents

1 Checking in1.1 Registration1.2 Greetings1.3 Introducing yourself1.4 Letters of the alphabet1.5 I'm with TDK1.6 Spelling a name1.7 Reservations1.8 At a hotel1.9 On the phone1.10 Culture corner2 At a trade fair2.1 Where's booth 19?2.2 Numbers 1-992.3 Location2.4 Where's your booth?2.5 Where's the restaurant?2.6 Phone numbers2.7 Voicemail2.8 Could you repeat that, please?2.9 On the phone2.10 Culture corner3 Shedules3.1 When's the meeting?3.2 Meetings3.3 Days of the week3.4 Clock times3.5 Schedules3.6 A visit schedule3.7 Visitors3.8 On the phone3.9 Culture corner4 Companies4.1 Three companies4.2 My company4.3 Countries4.4 Cities4.5 Nationalities4.6 Company information4.7 A presentation4.8 Numbers 100-9994.9 Street addresses4.10 On the phone4.11 Culture corner5 Meeting people5.1 Good to see you5.2 Greeting people5.3 Meet and greet5.4 Introducing people5.5 At the airport5.6 Flight information5.7 On the phone5.8 Culture corner6 In the office6.1 Could I use your calculator?6.2 Things in the office6.3 Cubicle life6.4 Electronics6.5 Netbooks6.6 An electronics store6.7 On the phone6.8 Culture corner7 Work7.1 Jobs7.2 Duties7.3 Jobs and duties7.4 Your job7.5 Instructions7.6 More instructions7.7 On the phone7.8 Culture corner8 Appointments8.1 Two meetings8.2 Months8.3 Ordinal numbers8.4 Dates8.5 Clock times8.6 Sheduling a meeting8.7 Getting together8.8 On the phone8.9 Culture corner9 Directions and shopping9.1 The city center9.2 Directions9.3 Going shopping9.4 Numbers 1,000-1,000,0009.5 Money9.6 Buying things9.7 Buying a gift9.8 On the phone9.9 Culture corner10 Reservations10.1 Making a reservation10.2 Making a restuarant reservation10.3 Reserving a flight10.4 Time periods10.5 Making a hotel reservation10.6 Renting a car10.7 On the phone10.8 Culture corner11 Requests and offers11.1 In the office11.2 Requests11.3 Could you ...?11.4 Deadlines11.5 Offers11.6 A class party11.7 On the phone11.8 Culture corner12 Socializing12.1 In a coffee shop12.2 At the counter12.3 Places12.4 Invitations12.5 Food12.6 Restaurants12.7 Meeting up12.8 Role play12.9 On the phone12.10 Culture cornerInformation gapReferenceVocabulary listListening scriptsAnswer key