Episode 6


Watch Daniel and Sarah make their presentations to see who can impress Philip and Marcia the most.



Before you watch

We suggest you do the vocabulary activities below before you watch. Then watch the video and do the task to check your understanding. You can read the transcript at any stage if you want. Finally, have a look at Task 2, which contains some business notes and a further vocabulary activity on adjectives which are commonly used to describe jobs.



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I d like to know  the meaning of these two expresions too,please.
thank u. 

Hello , Adam please tell me what s' wrong with the videos ? i want hear and listen to them  please help me 

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help please i can't see videos. I'm just reading the comment.
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i like this video ,the man in this video is so funny  :)

Hello, I'm Youjin and I really appriciate for these awesome English materials.
I have a question!
Daniel said that his sales team was cernainly going to be sad to see me leave. and in comprehension task, in number 2, Daniel thinks that the sales team will be upset if he leaves, why is it true? being sad is similar to being upset?

Hello YouJin,
I'm very happy to hear you like the materials on our site.
To answer your question, you are right that 'sad' and 'upset' are similar words. 'Upset' is more often used to refer to a reaction to a situation, rather than a general feeling and it also tends to be used to describe a stronger emotion. However, there is enough overlap that if the sales team are sad, we can also assume they are upset.
I hope that helps,
The LearnEnglish Team