Business cards

Read four business cards to practise and improve your reading skills.

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Reading text
KPD Foods
Bruno Silva
Head of Marketing
Address: Avenida Paulista 53, Bela Vista, São Paulo, 01311-914, Brazil
Tel: (+55) 11 8134 7706
Getty Telecommunications Ltd
Olivia Hoskins
International Project Manager
Address: 700 Rockville Street, Monroe, New York 10950, USA
Tel: (+1) 845 228 8396
Orion Education Services
Park Ji-Yeon
Director
Address: South Korea, Seoul, Jongno-gu, Sajik-ro-3-gil 23, 30174
Tel: (+82) 2 235-6482
ABC Travel
Rashid Khan
Sales Representative
Address: Hajar Road, Dubai, UAE
Tel: (+971) 4 677 3355
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In Our Country Most People didn't use surnames , Ex- Randika Madushan but some people have surname of their name Ex - Nalin Perera as Mr Perera
In sri Lanka we used from the begging our surnames but some people put their surname both first and end!
In Sri Lanka,some people put their surname at the beginning.But some people put at the end.
In my country, Colombia, in business cards people put their name first and then their surname. For example, Stanley Álvarez, Industry Engineer, ALV House.
In Taiwan, we put our surname before our name. Commonly, the surname of ours is composed of one word and there are two words with our name.
No they don't. In my country people put their surname at the end in business card. They put their names first, e.g. Stanley Álvarez Industry Engineer University of xxxxxxxxx. Address: xxxxxxxxxxx, Medellín - Colombia.
Hello Stanley Thanks for answering the discussion question and sharing this information about Colombia! I just wanted to explain that we removed some details from your comment to protect your privacy in line with our House Rules (https://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/house-rules). All the best Kirk The LearnEnglish Team