Express: English for Socializing: Student Book and MultiROM

Book & Toy | October 24, 2007

bySylee Gore, David Gordon Smith

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A new series of short, specialist English courses for professions such as human resources, or marketing and advertising, and work skills such as telephoning, meetings, and presentations.

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A new series of short, specialist English courses for professions such as human resources, or marketing and advertising, and work skills such as telephoning, meetings, and presentations.

Format:Book & ToyDimensions:10.23 × 7.64 × 0.3 inPublished:October 24, 2007Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0194579395

ISBN - 13:9780194579391

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Table of Contents

1. Making contact (Making arrangements via email, Meeting visitors on arrival, Talking about the weather, Talking about plans)2. Welcoming visitors (Welcoming visitors to your company, Talking about the offices and the company, Offering a visitor refreshments, Giving directions in a building, Introducing a visitor)3. Getting acquainted (Making small talk before a meeting, Talking about free-time activities, Talking about personal possessions, Talking about travel and places you have visited, Following up a visit with an email)4. Entertaining a visitor (Showing a visitor around your town, Talking about the place where you live, Recommending things to do and places to see, Giving directions in a town or city)5. Eating out (Making small talk in a restaurant, Deciding what to order, Talking about family and relationships, Talking about education, Thanking somebody for a meal)6. Networking at a trade fair (Starting a conversation with a stranger, Talking about your company, Talking about products at the stand, Trying out new small-talk topics, Following up a new contact via email)AppendixTest yourself!Partner Files Partner APartner Files Partner BAnswer keyTranscriptsUseful phrases and vocabularyVocabulary banks